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FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
George Grinsteiner
Tun or*. 1 director, 522 East Market. Old
Phone Main 908. New Phone. 27-208.
A. M. Ragsdale, J. Wash PaJce, John Paul
Kagsd ale.
A. M. RAGSDALE €O.
SI! North Delaware street.
McKAHAN & WILHITE
37 West Thirteenth street. Mato S2lO.
jTG WILSON
1230 Prospect. Auto. 51-671. Prospect 322.
Funeral directors—
TO. E. KRIEGER.
New 81-164. Main 1454. 1402 N. Illinois.
W. T. BLASENGYM
1635 Shelby St. Pros. 2670. Auto. 51-114.
UNDERTAKERS —HISBY ft TITUS. 981
North Del. New 26-564. Main 3630.
DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICES
Bauer, fred w.—beloved Hus
band of Kate Bauer (nee Kirschner),
and father of Wlnnifred. Mildred and Les
ter Bauer. Mrs. Helen Conley. Mrs. Gene
vieve Dietz and Mrs. Floretta Henntnger,
died Feb. IS at 5:45 a. m,. age 66 years,
funeral at the family residence, 1546
Ringgold street, Monday at 2 p. m.
Friends invited.
Bradford, Algernon—age 47
years, beloved husband of Lottie
Bradford, passed away Friday, Feb. 13.
Funeral at residence, 1402 King street,
Monday, Feb. 16, at 2 p. m. Friends In
vited. Burial Crown Hill.
Burk, john r.—at his late home,
near Columbus, Ind., Feb. 13. at 7 a.
m. Funeral at the home of his parents,
303 Hamilton avenue, this city, Monday,
Feb. 16, at 10 a. m. Funeral and burial
private. Friends may call after 2 p. m.
Saturday.
CLEMENTS. MAGGIE—DIED AT DEA
coness hospital, Feb. 12. Funeral at
'lutewiler’s chapel. 934 North Meridian
street, Monday. Feb. 16, 2 p. m. Friends
invited. Burial private.
DUPEK. AGATHA—WIFE OK PETER
Dupek, passed away Thursday. Feb.
12, at 7 p. in., at St. Francis hospital.
Friends may view remains at S. C. Wilson
funeral parlors, 1230 Prospect street. Fu
neral at St. Patrick's church. Monday. Feb.
16, 9 a. m. Burial Holy Cross cemetery.
Friends invited.
EPPLY, EVELYN FREDERIC K—THE
daughter of Harry J. and Sabine Fred
erick Epply,. passed away at the residence,
1301 Bevilie avenue, at 4:30 a. m.. Feb. 13,
1920. Friends may call until Sunday noon.
Funeral private. Sunday afternoon. (Par
kersburg, W. Va., papers please copy.)
Flanders, jerome w.—died feb.
12, 1920, age 29 years. Funeral serv
ices at 3 p. in., Saturday. Feb. 14. at John
son & Montgomery chapel, 1032 Central
avenue. Friends invited. Burial at Du
pont, Ind., on Sunday. Friends may view
the remains at chapel at any time after
S p. m. Friday.
Fulton, lda b.—widow of the
late S. R Fulton, passed away Fri
day, Feb. 13, age 58 years. Funeral at
residence, 1723 Hall place, Monday, 2 p.
m., Feb. 16. Burial Crown Hill. (Zanes
ville, 0., papers copy.)
GERHART, KATHERINE A.—WIFE OF
William A. Geljhart, died at family
i .Jdence, 953 Udell street, Friday morn
ing, Feb. 13, age 26 years. Funeral Mon
day, Feb. 16, at residence, 8:30: Holy
<'ross church 9 a. m. Burial Lafayette.
Ind. Friends Invited.
GILTNEE, HARLEY lI.—BELOVED
husband of Mabel Giltner, died at
Methodist hospital, Feb. 12, at 7:15 p. in.,
age 38 years. Funeral at late residence m
Hamilton county, River road and county
line, Monday at 2 p. m. Friends cart view
the remains at Grinsteiner’s chapel, 522
l,.tst Market street, Saturday from 9 a. m.
until Sunday, 10 a. m. Can be viewed at
residence after 11 a. m. Sunday. Burial at
Crown Hill. Friends invited.
HEITMANN, ANNA—AGE 82, WIDOW
of late Bernard Heitmann and mother
of Mrs. Josephine McCann, Mrs. George
Flack and W. F. Heitmann, died Feb. 12
at home of her daughter. 2215 North
Pennsylvania street. Funeral at Sacred
Heart church at 9 a. m. Monday. Friends
invited.
M ’CO KM AC K, koscoe e.—funeral
will he held at the residence. 319
Blake street. Tuesday. Feb. 17, 1:30 p.
m. Friends invited. Burial private.
Nikrmann. 1,01 ISA—beloved wife
<f Christian Niermann, residing on
the Bluff road, opposite school No. 9. djd
Feb. 13, age 38 years. Owing to sickness
no funeral services will be held at the
home. Friends are invited to attend the
services at Friedens Evangelical church,
corner Parkway and South Alabama .street,
at 2 p. m. Monday, Feb. 16. Burial at
Crown Hill.
Osborn, mrn. anna m.—wife of
Dr. W. M. Osborn, passed away Fri
day p. m. Funeral at the residence. 3965
Washington boulevard, Sunday 3:30 p. ra.
Friends' invited. Burial at Pleasantville.
Pa.
PUMMER, OTTO—DIED FEB. 13, AT
the home, near West Newton. Fu
neral services Sunday, Feb. 15, 2 p. m„
at the home. Friends invited.
Richardson, landan—b e l oye and
husband of Bessie Richardson (nee
Poole), and father of Mrs. Phyllis Kent
and brother of Cash. Pressley and Frank
Richardson, died Feb. 12. at 11:45 a. m.
Ftinepal 2:30, Monday, at residence, 1235'6
Madison avenue. Friends invited. Burial
Crown Hill.
SCHLIt K, JOSEPH AGE 2G YEARS!
beloved husband of Emma Kennard
•hllck. died at th“ residence of his sister,
Mrs. Edward Schantz, 1423 East New
York street, Friday, Feb. 13. Funeral no
tice later.
SKI MONsTTKAVINA—DIED FEB. 13 AT
St. Vincent’s hospital. ag 15 years.
Friends may call at Finn Bros.’ funeral
p riers. 135 West Market street. Funeral
notice later. ,
SINCLAIR, ELIZABETH RICHARDSON
—lnfant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
It. Sinclair. 1331 North Delaware street,
after a very brief illness, died at 12:30
Friday morning, Feb. 13.
SOLSBLKY, LARCE—PASSED AWAY
at bis home in Maywood. Feb. 13. at
4 a. m. Funeral at late residence Monday,
Feb. 16. 10 a. m. Friends Invited. Burial
at Crown Hill. Please omit flowers.
STEPHENSO ,\7 CAT lIE RINK WlllT
mer—Passed away Thursday evening
ft the home of her daughter. Mrs. Charles
F. Wagoner. "910 East Washington street.
Owing to sickness ih family there will be
no funeral services Jiere. Burial Sidney.
0.. Sunday. 2:30 p. m.
T~ HOKX BROI (. H, HENRY—DIED AT
his late home. Bridgeport. Friday. Feb.
13, at 3 a. m. Funeral at the Bridgeport
M. E. church Sunday, Feb. 16. 2 p. m.
Ti cker, sir’s.' Elizabeth—died at
her home, 2255 North New Jersey,
Feb. 12, 6 p. ni. Body was taken to
Three Rivers. Mich., foij burial.
WILLIAMSON, SHERIDAN-*—AGIE 06.
G. A. R. services by George H. Chap
man post 209 and W. R. C. corps No. 10.
Monday. Feb. 16, 10 a. m., at residence.
1406 East Tenth.
CARD OF THANKS.
WE WISH TO EXTEND OI K THANKS
to neighbors. friends, Rev. Father
I)ixon. C. T. & W. shop men. Hominy
mills, for kindness shown us at the death
of dear .vise snd mother. May Faker.
FATHER AND CHILDREN.
~ CHURCH NOTICES.
PROGRESSIVE SPIRITUALIST
CHURCH
Corner North and Pennsylvania streets.
Metropolitan School of Music. Services
every Sunday at 7:45 p. m. Lecture by
REV. BESSIE MAY BELLMAN
member of the National Spiritualist as
sociation. Subject, “Where Are the
Dead?” Messages will be given bv
MRS. ANNA THRONDSEN
The Ladles’ Aid will meet at the home
of Mrs. Throndsen, 1G33 College avenue,
on Tuesday at 2 p. m. All Spiritualists
and public are Invited and made welcome
to all these services.
WRrT FA LIST—THERE WILL BE
services at the First Spiritualist
church, 608 North Liberty street, Sunday.
7:45 p. m. Lecture by B. F. Hayden, fol
lowed with messages.
The Ladies’ Aid meets Wednesday. 2 p.
m. Time devoted to the giving of mes
sages as proof of continued existence for
all. At 8 p. m. there will be delivered an
educational lecture on the ruins of past
ages, illustrated with many interesting
stereopticon view of pyramids, idols and
ruins, to which will be charged an admis
sion of 10 cents. No one should miss this
lecture. All made welcome.
First Church of Christ,
Scientist
Meridian and Twentieth streets. Sunday
servicos at II a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday
cchool at 11 a. m. Wednesday evening
testimonal meeting at 8 o’clock. Reading
rooms at 806 Kahn building, are open
dally, except Sunday, 3 a. m. to 9 p. m.
and Wednesday when they close at 6
p. m.
CHURCH NOTICES.
Q KRISTIAN SCIENCE—
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST.
Delaware end Twelfth Bts
Sunday services 11 a. m. and S p. ra.
Sunday school art SO and 11 a. m.
Wednesday evening teatlmonial meeting
at * o’clock. Reading room, 611 Odd Fel
low bldg.; open dally from 10 a. m. to 9
p. m. except Wednesday, when it la olosed
at 5 p. m. Open Sunday from 2 to 5 p. m,
Q KRISTIAN "SCIENCE^
THIRD CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST.
!350 Washington boulevard.
Sunday services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Bunday school 9:15 a. m. Wednesday eve
ning teatlmonial meeting at 8 o'clock.
Reading room at 205 East Thirty-fourth,
open daily from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m., ex
cept Wednesday, when it is closed at 6
p. m. Open Sunday from 2-5 p. m.
LOST AND FOUND.
Tuesday, Feb. 10, lady’s gold
bracelet watch lost, sot with three
diamonds, three sapphires; monogram M.
A. L. on back.
REWARD SSO
Phone Washington 922, or Villa Meda
R, R. M. 2.
Lost— feb. 5, one black cata
logue grip, containing catalogues val
uable only to owner, between 401 South
Pennsylvania street, and Hoyt avenue
and Randolph; reward, $lO if returned.
Call Main 2503.
Lost from truck on way from
Greensburg. Ind., to Indianapolis. Ind.,
Jan. 15. one large and one small wicker
lamp shade. Reward. Please write apart
ment 1, 2063 North Meridian street. In
d ianapolls. .
Lost— brown leather pockkt
book, in front of Bell Telephone Cos.;
contained round-trip ticket to Knights
town. Call toll chief operator. Main 9800.
Reward.
FEB. 5, BETWEEN 5:30 AND 9 P._ M„
black catalogue case and catalogues.
Liberal reward if returned; no questions
asked. Phone office. Main 2503; residence,
Irvington 2476.
RIST hatch lost. octagon
shape, M. J. G. on back. Thursday
afternoon. Reward. North 3976.
MALE HELP—WANTED.
• LABORERS
Working 50 to 55 hours a
week.
TRIMMERS
BACK HANGERS
METAL WORKERS
VARNISH RUBBERS
ROUGH RUBBERS
MACHINE REPAIR
MAN
INSPECTORS
TRACERS
Call at employment office.
NORDYKE & MARMON
COMPANY
Ky. Ave. and Morris St.
WANTED —COMMON
LABORERS; MA L E
AND FEMALE; GOOD
WAGES AND GOOD
Working condi
tions. APPLY AT THE
INDIANAPOLIS CORD
AGE CO., SOUTH MERI
DIAN AND BELT R. R.
WANTED AT
FIRST-CLASS TOOL
DESIGNER. EXPERI
ENCED ON JLG AND
FIXT UR E WOR K.
WRITE OR CALL GEN
ERAL MOTORS, MUN
CIE, INDIANA.
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.
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT AND
RELIABLE FOREMAN FOR RE
TAIL LUMBER YARDS. GIVE
REFERENCE IN FIRST LETTER
ADDRESS A 2948, TIMES.
Wanted—A fife instructor;
must be union. Apply
Circulation Dept., Times.
Mr. Ring.
EXPERIENCKD WHITE PAS
TRY COOK AT ONCE. AP
PLY TO MISS FOSTER, CITY
HOSPITAL.
WANTED— FIVE GOOD MEN TO REP
rsent us in this city; S3O per week to
hustlers; experience unnecessary; refer
ences and security required. Apply 1 to
7 p. m. Room 212, 46 North Pennsyl
vania street.
Man t7> work this city refinTniT
lng chandeliers, brass beds, automo
biles. by new method; $lO dally without
capital or experience. Write GUNMETAL
CO., 227 Elm. Decatur, 111.
CIVIL. SERVICE rOsTfIONS, CLERKS,
stenographers. typists, bookkeepers,
letter carriers, railway mail clerks. For
preparation call or write.
INDIANA CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL,
157 N, ILLINOIS ST. Room 207,
Wanted —men, i iP; railway
Mall Clerks. Commence sllO month.
List positions, free. FRANKLIN INSTI
TUTE, Dept. 95 B, Rochester, N. Y.
ANTED—NONUNION C YL I N D E K
pressman for label color work in Chi
cago: good wages. Write 1206 jdonadnock
block, Chicago, 111.
WA NTEIV—NON UN lON PAPER clflN
ter for label work In Chicago. Good
wages. Write 1206 Monadnock block, Chi
cago. 111.
WANTED— NAMES MEN WISHING B>7
come railway mall clerks; sllO month.
Answer Immedihte Address this office, A
No. 2934, Times.
THREiTeXPERIENCED JANITORS; sl6
per week. See MR. SALLEE, Y. M.
C. A. Main 6600.
“safeWrazorNblades
sharpened. TUTTLEDGE, ave.
Gnu, 8 FOR LAUNDRY WORK. PROG
RES3 LAUNDRY; 426 Hast, Market.
Men "wanted, eaton-k as tiMi co7
Eleventh and Meridian. X.
Errand - boy wanted;~siT iM#
week. 410 Saks building. \ * MajK
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
WANTED
HO) —GIRLS—JO
To sell tickets fsr big benefit show,
BUG MONEY
Call Room 571 Claypool Hotel, 8 to 10 a. m., G to 8 p. m.
MALE HELP—WANTED.
8
m mi makers. mm
CLASS HE! ®!Uf
FSSIT BLAII UW SWIM
LATCH OPERATORS
LATHE OPERATORS 0!
productioh wi -
FiIST CLASS SHAPER
BABBS
RICH OLASS SMEW ■
LCABCCI!E CiPiEBAII IBS
Our truck leaves Capitol avenue and
Washington streets at 6:4b a. m.
KiLIMILAIS iAMHE
mmm
West Twenty-third and Belt R. R.
BOYS
mmm bhm tele-
GRAPH COMPART
Messengers with bicycles are
guaranteed $2.50 for 8 hours of
day work and $3.00 for 8 hours
of night work. Under increased
compensation schedule hustlers
can earn considerably more.
Healthful occupation. Boys 16
years and older preferred.
Ask ffor Mr, Koers
Delivery Department
Main Office —On the Circle
A YOUNG MAN BBTIVBEN, 26 AND 35
years of age to take charke of vehicle
and harness department. This position Is
a splendid opportunity for the man hav
ing buying experience in these lines to be
come permanently connected with Burn
& Cos. Act quickly, for this position will
lie filled at once. Apply between 9 and 12
to HURST & CO.. West Fifteenth and Big
Four railroad.
t
EXPERIENCED WHITE SEC
OND COOK AT ONCE. AP
PLY TO MISS FOSTER CITY
HOSPITAL.
U. S. GOVERNMENT WANTS AMBl
hltious men, women. 18 or oXer. Be
ginners get $l,lOO to $1,300 year. Office
and outside positions. No strikes or lay
offs. Experience unnecessary. Common
education sufficient. List positions—open,
free. Write immediately. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE, Dept. 94 B, Rochester, N. V.
KXPERIENCED WHITE POT
AND PAN WASHER AT
ONCE. APPLY TO MISS FOS
TER, CITY HOSPITAL.
EX PER IK NO ED WIIITE CHEF
AT ONCE. APPLY TO MISS
FOSTER, CITY HOSPITAL.
Railway mail clerks; siio "month"
Age. 18-35; experience unnecessary.
For free particulars, examinations, write
Ft. TERRY (former government examiner),
555 Continental building. Washington.
8. GOVERNMENT WANTS MAIL
■ carriers, railway mail clerks; com
mence SIOO month. Particulars address A
No. 2947, Times.
WANTED— AN EXPERIENCED 1)RA~
per man. one who can measure and
hang draperies. W. A. M’NAUGHTON
CO., Muncie, Ind.
Experienced all-round machine
men for planing mill work. WILLIAM
F. JOHNSON LUMBER CO„ Nineteenth
and Cornell.
Wanted"— "experienced firemen
on chain grate stokers. Apply MR.
RAY. Union Traction Power House, An
derson. Ind.
JANITORS; WHITE; FOR OFFICE
building work. Apply Room 906,
Merchants Bank building.
LABORERS?" AMERICAN HOMINY
CO., W. 18TH ST., BELT R. R.
SITU AT| Q N WANTED— MALE.
WANTED— EXPERIENCED SHIPPING
and receiving clerk; all-round office
man: desires opening with reliable firm;
capable of handling men; prefer wholesale
grocery. Address A No. 831. Times.
AGENTS—W ANT ED.
Agents— make $lO to sls a day
selling Heberling's medicines, extracts,
spices, toilet articles etc., in your county.
Every home a real prospect for our house
hold necessities. Big profits, steady re
peats. Must have team and wagon or a
car. Selling experience unnecessary. If
you are a hustler yt&u will make big money.
Write today for full particulars.
HEBERLING MEDICINE CO„
Bloomington. 111.
O INTO MAKE BIG
money. We start you manufacturing
ami selling FAMOUS SOUTHERN PRA
LINES; new business; enormous profits;
tremendous demand; wonderful opportuni
ty. SOUTHERN CANDY COMPANY, B
24 4. New Orleans, La.
$lB TO ~536 WEEKLY'Tn YOUR SPARE
time doing special advertising werk
among the families of your city. No ex
perience necessary. Write today for full
particulars. AMERICAN PRODUCTS CO ,
357 American building Cincinnati, Ohio.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920.
Elii Co.
WAKITS
50 GIRLS
between the ages off
S8 and .13 to begin at
once on special
Fimishiog and
FiMing Work
Good beginning rate
with chance ffor ad
vancement. Apply be
tween 8 and 12 a. m.
at emp.oyment office.
706 S. Alabama
W®WJ
from 18 to 35 years of age;
light factory work. Also
STAY MACHINE
OPERATORS.
HARRY B. MAHAN
BOX CO.,
u2O W, South St.
AN OPPORTUNITY
For 25 young women
to earn a good salary
and secure an income
for life. For partic
ulars see Employment
Supervisor, Room 522.
Central Union Telephone
Cos.
EXPERTENCED \Y InTE*COOK
FOR NIGHT WORK. APPLY
TO MISS FOSTER, CITY HOS
PITAL.
GIIRLS
Experienced on power machines, for
hemstitching. PAGE’S. 312 Occidental
building.
SIOO TO f 150 MONTH. HUNDREDS
openings. U. S. government positions.
Girls, women. 18 up. Experience unneces
sary. List positions free. Write imme
diately. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept.
615 B. Rochester. N. Y.
GIRLS"
to make covered buttons, experienced or
those wishing to learn. PAGE’S, 312 Oc
cidental building.
Gandy wrapper, chocolate nip
per, experience not necessary. Call t t
541 North East. HOMER J. WILLIAM
SON.
WANTED— EXPERIENCED c o O K 8
and laundry women. SMITH’S EM
PLOYMENT AGENCY. Woodruff 6221.
TWO - OIULB TO WAIT TABLES IN^
MIDWAY RESTAURANT. Good
wages. 144 South Illinois street.
COI/ORKD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. North 2320.
U ATJON WA NT ED— FEM A LE.
Housekeeper, in respectable
widower’s or bachelor's home. By el
derly woman. Small wages considered;
out of city. Address A No. 2949, Times.
LADIES' EMBROIDERED FANCY
blouses made; work neatly done.
Woodruff 7804.
SALESMEN—WANTED.
STOCK SALESMAN
LIVE, ENERGETIC SALESMAN
OF GOOD ADDRESS TO FOL
LOW UP LEADS SECURED
THOUGH ADVERTISING AND
CIRCULARS. STOCK SOLD UN
DER PLAN THAT ABSOLUTE
LY GUARANTEES INVESTOR’S
PRINCIPAL CALL PERSON
ALLY, 1104 ODD FELLOW BLDG.
OPPORTUNITY
Young men. are you contented with $25
per week? We will teach you salesman
ship and pay you well while learning. You
will soon be making SSO weekly; experi
ence unnecessary. Married men preferred.
Advancement. Permanent. Reference and
security required. We need ten. Call 6
to 8 p. m. 224 Saks building.
Salesmen— high-class security
men to place stock for expansion of
dividend paying company. Liberal com
missions. 909 Merchants Bank building.
Main 7181.
(DAI.ESMEN—2S; CAFARLE OF KARN-
O Ing SBOO a month commission. COM
PUTING VISIBLE MEASURE PUMP
COMPANY, 1542 West Washington.
WANTED— PIANO SALESMAN; I,lit
eral proposition. Phone E. H. HAN
COCK PIANO CO., Seymour, Ind.
DANCING. ~
dancin6
•<. Prof. Rayno—reliable school for the
stage; violin and all kinds of fancy artis
tic step dancing acts taught and complet
ed for good season's engagements. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Call at 224 West
Ohio street. Phone Main 2069.
DIDTOU SELL ITT
If not, try the automobile columns of
The Times Want Ada.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
Used Cars at
GIBSON’S
At present we have in stock a
number of extra good cars —a
variety of makes, models and
prices.
You can surely find one here
to suit you and at just the price
you want to pay. Terms if de
sired. Come in and see for your
self.
USED CAR DEPARTMENT.
THE
GIBSON CO,
Corner Michigan and Capitol.
PACKARD ~
Seven-passenger, six-cylinder,
in good mechanical condition.
Good tires and paint. An excep
tional opportunity.
MARMON
Four-passenger, special Sedan
body. First-class mechanical
condition. Tires and paint good.
ou must see this car to appre
ciate same.
Local Branch
Nordvke & Marmon.
Meridian and Eleventh
BARGAINS IN
USED CARS
CASH OR TERMS
Grant Six in excellent condition; four
good tires, good paint; sell at a bargain.
1919 Ford; excellent shape, $490.
Lpl7 Ford: new tires, new paint, over
hauled. S4OO.
1915 Ford: just been overhauled, new
paint; four good tires, $275.
1919 Maxwell, used a.s demonstrator only;
extra tiro and bumper; looks like new.
1918 Maxwell Coupe; first-class condition,
$575.
M ERR IT SALES CO.
332 North Capitol avenue.
Call for L. M. Golan. Main 6292.
FORD BARGAINS
1915 touring, new tires, runs good; $225.
1915 touring, good top, good condition,
$235, 1915 touring, good condition, $250;
1916 touring, 1915 roadster, fine condition,
1918 touring. 1917 roadster, $285; 1918
roadster, with starter, J9IS closed truck,
panel body, demountable rims, shock ab
sorbers, 1918 truck, with open express
body. 1917 roadster, with siip-on body.
Buy now. A small deposit will hold any
of these cars without storage charges.
Payments can be arranged. ALLEN. 919
Virginia ave. /
ELECTRICS
High grade electric cars; rebuilt; new
batteries, $460 to $2,500
DETROIT ELECTRIC SALES
CO..
963 North Meridian street.
Main 943. Auto. 21-125.
INVESTIGATE OUR WEEKLY
PAYMENT PLAN.
Rco touring $75 down, $3.75 week
Oakland touring ..$195 down. $4.85 week
L>oti£6 tnunn-jr . . $350 down, $-1.85 week
Ford tourinß .. . . $175 down. $3.00 week
MKHCA N*V ILK G A HAG E.
Uo South Pennsylvania. Main 6830.
_ Open evenings and Sunday.
SIT TZ FOUR-PASSENGER ROADSTER^
Bulldog special; very fine condition,
reasonably priced
DETROIT ELECTRIC SALES
CO.,
963 North Meridian street.
Main 943. Auto. 21-125.
1918 V lllys-Knlght : in excellent condition.
state used car market,
235 North Pennsylvania. Main 2246.
Ford coupe, 1918. with starter’
STATE USED CAR MARKET.
23S North Pennsylvania. Main 2248.
Maxwell,’ hhr ToufilNG; best
light car in town at the price we
offer It. Terms over twelve monthly pay
ments. DIETZ-JAMES, 331 East Market.
Main 5716.
INTER-STATE ROADSTER, WITH UIY
I ter top. in A-1 shape; good tires and
good paint. Bargain price. DIETZ
JAMES, 334 East Market street. Main
5716.
FORD COFEE
with starter, speedometer; good condition;
cheap. MERCANTILE GARAGE, 136 S.
Pennsylvania.
Ford, ism’ toi ring; in perfect
condition; shock absorbers. If sold at
once will sacrifice for $175. 1011 North
Illinois. Main 3852.
CHEVROLET "4-UO” TOURING. LATE
model; overhauled and guaranteed to
be In first-class condition. DIETZ
JAMKS, 334 East Market. Main 5716.
Maxwell roadster; practically
new tires; excellent condition. Terms
over twelve monthly payments. DIETZ
JAMES. 334 East Market. Alain 5716.
HI PMOBILE TOURING. PH ACTICAL-
Iy new tires, new pistons and rings
As good as new. DIETZ-JAMES. 334 East
Market street. Main 5716.
For sat.e—koi k passeng kii vvau
erly electric coupe and rectifier. $350
for both. Call 623 East Drive Woodruff
Place. Tel. Woodruff 1050.
CHEVROLET ROYAL MAIT. ROADSTER,
Just the car for a city salesman; terms,
over twelve monthly payments. DIETZ
JAMES, 334 East Market. Main 5716.
1918 Stearns Knight Chummy roadster.
A bargain.
STATE USED CAR MARKET,
235 North Pennsylvania. Main 2246.
TO TRADE—I .ATEST TYPE HP E ED
ster. In perfect condition; for twin
cylinder motorcycle and side car. Call
Circle 3000. Auto. 22-222.
F~ORD SEDA Nrw'iT 11 “ START ER, LATE
model; new tires. Bargain price.
DIETZ-JAMES, 334 East Market. Main
5716.
M ITCH ELL 191 V
Five wire wheels and live good tires.
STATE USED CAR MARKET,
235 North P’-nn.-y i \ ania. Main 2346.
COLUMBIA SIX, DEMONSTRATOR, AT
a discount, or trade on your car. See
at once. DIETZ-J AM ES, 334 East Mar
ket. Main 6716.
Liberty 1920 toi king; just as
good as new; quick buyer will get a
bargain. Main 3348.
Bl i< k roi lt-( VI incur LOURING;
new tires, good condition"; $650. Main
3120.
DO 1 )GK TOURING, NEW TOP. 4.00 D
tires, bargain price. DIETZ-J AM ES,
334 East Market.
L'TgHT TOURING, FLKUTRIU LIGHTS
and starter; new top; $275. Main
8120. ■
BUK K Six, 117 TOURING. MAIN
3120.
AUTOMOBILES—WANTED.
AUTOS WANTED
We buy more cars for parts pur
poses and to resell than any other
dealer In the country. There must
be a reason. This is it:
We pay the best prices. Try us
first and last. If you do not sell to
us you are losing money.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS
'& TIRE CO.
618 North Capitol.
Auto. 22-019. Main 2638.
1 WANT YOUR CAR
and will pay you cash for it.
Don’t forget your money is wait
ing for you. If you cau’t drive
in, call Main 4446 and immediate
attention will be given.
212 E. NEW YORK ST.
AUTOS WANTED
We pay cash. No delay for your money.
It Is here for you. Come in or call.
I. Vols Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
*l9 N. Illinois st. Main 1579. Auto. 22-061.
We also buy Junk car a
autosT wan ted
Wo pay highest prices for used cars.
See us before you sell your car.
MERRIT SALES CO.,
332 North Capitol avenue.
Call for L. M. Goias. Main 6292.
AUTOMOBILES WANTED
We buy, sell and exchange used cars.
STATE USED CAR MARKET. 236 North
Pennsylvania. Phone 2246.
MISCELLANEOUS—WANTED.
YOU CAN MAKE MONEY
by selling your household
goods to us, because we pay \
more. Call our buyer on
either phone. Wf-iM
BAKER BROS. *CJ
Pioneer Dealers In Used Furniture That Is Better.
219-221-223 E. Wash. St. Old Main 3465-3466, Auto. 23-166.
WANTED— LIGHT MANUFACTURING,
wood or Iron, and assembly work to
do; old established shop; 12,000 feet floor
space. Call or write. FOSTER & CO.,
Wolcott. Ind.
L. R. STOCKWELL
Building Contractor.
All kinds repairs, call after 6 p. m. Bel
mont 1977.
LEW SHANK
pays best prices In city for household
goods and fixtures of all kinds. 227 North
New Jersey street. Main 2028.
USED GOODS STORF, BUYS STORE
and office fixtures, household furni
ture and rugs. Main 2288. Auto 22-288.
424 Mass, avenue. __
Electric wiring, for a reason
able estimate call FRANK K.AN-
K AMP, 1903 Bellefontalne. North 4504.
|F YOUR CLOCK IS NOT RUNNING
1 phone Circle 4307. M. It. SHF.ARN",
811 North Alabama.
UfANTED—C ASH REGISTERS, WILL
■ pay cash. 23 Baidw-in block. Main 5871.
Auto. 21-794.
For paperhanger, call Johnson.
Woodruff 6716. __
J ~ TRUCKS* —FOR SALE.
’GARFORD
TRUCKS
For Low Cost
Ton-Mile
itJIHIL IF 11 OH
Distributor, 33 S. Senate Ave.
MAIS TWO-TON TRUCK; EXCELLENT
shape; good tires; stake body; bar
-B‘Un JONES-WHITAKER SALES CO.
Department of Used Cars.
243 North Capitol. Main 2346.
OnT: KISSEL 1%-TON TRICK; good
condition; cab and stake body; cheap
for S6OO. Had to have larger Out, 1 !;
Phone Prospect 370. J. HENRY AMT
CO.
auto REPAIRS AND SUPPLIER
AUTO PAINTING
Get that Ford painted this month, ?10
and up. Other cars In proportion. All
work guaranteed. D. FLEMING, painter.
20 West Wabash street. „
' AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty. 322-334 North Illinois.
8 & S Auto Laundry
LOWEST PRICED HIGH GRADE BAT
t#ry made.
dixik storage BATTERY CO.
Main 5181. 529 Massachusetts ave.
ONE MAN AUTO TOPS. SIDE CUR
tains seat and radiator covers. PER
FECTION AUTO TOP CO., 1107 Udell
,treet. North 545.
W. & P. PAINT SHOP
Automobile painting. It* Bast Washing
ton.
AUTOS AND TRUCKS FOR HIRE
C‘~"\KS~ FOR RENT—DO YOUR OWN
driving. U-DKIVK AUTO SERVICE.
125 South Pennsylvania street. Telephone
Main 6830.
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES.
CASH PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
motorcycles. FLOYD PETERMAN.
500 Massachusetts avenue.
NOTICES.
DIAMOND CHAIN &
MEG. CO. IS HOLD
ING ALL JOBS
OPEN FOR THE
PEOPLE WHO ARE
ABSENT ON AC
COUNT OF SICK
NES S. IF YOU
HAVE NOT AL
II EA D Y SE N T
WORD REGARD
ING YOUR CONDI
TION AND PEOB
ABLE TIME OF
RETURN, GET IN
TOUCH WITH THE
EMP LOYME N T
• OFFICE. PHONE
MAIN 653.
WONDERFUir SIGHTSEEING
TOUR THROUGH
Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama. Florida.
Louisiana. Texas, Arkansas, Missouri and
Illinois; S2OO covers all expenses for this
wonderful ten-day tour In a private
standard Pullman; all meals on diner,
hotel and amusements included in the
S2OO.
We leave Indianapolis Feb. 24.
VERNON HINKLE,
Office. 337 Lenicke bldg. Circle 2791.
Home address. 1307 University Court.
Main 6264,
COME VISIT THte CENTRAL BEAUTY
parlors. We have experienced Marcel
wavers and hair dressers. Hair dyeing a
specialty.
CENTRAL BEAUTY PARLOR
ROOMS—TO LET.
FOR RENT—COLORED; TWO PARTLY'
furnished rooms, suitable for light
housekeeping for man and wife. Call
Woodruff 3854.
FOR KENT-TWO PARTLY FUK
nlshed rooms, suitable for light house
keeping for man and wife. Call Wood
ruff 3854.
Delaware,, north, 517 ; modern
rooms, steam heat; home cooking. Cir
cle 5334. .
O~LET—NICE FRONT R00M7“i235 e’.
market street.
HOUS ES—WA N T E D.
WANTED —5 OR 6-ROOM HOUSE,
modern, north or east; best of ref
erence. Call Main 8026 or address F. M.
DUNCAN, 889 West Pratt street.
T
MISCELLANEOUS—FOR SALE.
USED RUGS ARE
BETTER
New rugs today are Inferior In quality
and cost double; good used rugs are bet
ter at the same price, doubly better at
our price, which is half. We have the
finest selection in Indianapolis, more than
all other dealers combined.
USED GOODS STORE
WANTED —A SECOND
HAND BLUE PRINT
MACHINE. CALL MR.
McCLASHAN, BEL. G 7.
MARTIN-PARRY CORP,
TIMBER FOR SALE
Thirty acres of oak saw timber in Jasper
county. Indiana. One-half mile of load
ing station on railroad; 200 togs cut and
piled near good highway; remainder of
timber standing: plenty of teams and help
In neighborhood if handled soon; act
quick if Interested. D. F. MAISH, Frank
fort, Ind., Box 124.
ft. | i#Ex Drop-Head Singer. $10;
Qy other bargains. SI.OO per
Df IRf week. All makes RE
iji Yqf PAIRED. HEMSTITOH
•BaL'C—'VA ING while you wait. 10c
™ PER YARD.
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Main 600; Auto. 25-216, 312 Mass. Ave.
CLOTHING
Big rummage sale. children's. ladles'
and men's clothing of all kinds; shoes and
hats; one week only. 1529 Woodlawn.
Take Prospect car, get off at Spruce.
Five horse-power upright enT
glne, fifteen horse-power horizontal
engine and one steam jacket kettle (90-
gallon). 403 West Washington street.
Circle 1071.
For sale—household furniture!
Two folding iron beds and one Seely
mattress, with cover, like new, one cot
pad. 623 East Drive, Woodruff Place.
Fence posts at 10, Ts 7 s o and 25
cent 9 apiece; strips at 6 cents. 736
North Miley avenue.
ATKNTS FOR HALE—TO SELL, BUY
or obtain patents write Patent News,
114, Washington, D. C.
SINGING CANARIES—ST. ANDREAS -
burgs, $lO. Females $2.50. A.
HEIZER. Augusta. Ky.
UHICAL “INSTRUMENTS, RECORDS;
rolls, cut price. TUTTLE. 201 Indiana
a venue.
ECONO-HAND "FURNACE FOR SALE.
Call Main 807*.
COAL AND WOOD FOR SALE.
¥m TW WEEKS mi ¥
And Not Less Than Two
(2) Tons to a Customer
•SILO WMES (ML”
Forked Lump $6.00
Domestic Egg 6.00
Nut : 5.75
Mine Run 5.60
Screening" 5.25
E. Ky. (Harlan) Lump.. 7.75
An extra charge of 50 cents per ton for
wheeling.
The J. L. liampson
Coaj Cos.
127 North Fulton St.,
Phone Circle 306.
Get our prices on lots of ten tons or
over.
Pocahontas M. R SB.OO
Kentucky Sk. L 7.75
Illinois Lump 7.00
Indiana Lump 6.50
M. 3531. L. H. BAIN COAL CO. M. 3531.
SUCCESSOR TO
ANCHOR FUEL CO. MAIN 2151.
BLAC. K FORKED
LUMP, $6.50 PER TON..
STANDARD FUEL CO.,
NORTH 1102.
Illinois coal. *6.75; w est Virginia.
$8.25; Kentucky lump, shoveled, SS.
Prospect 2201.
PET STOCK AND POULTRY.
RABBITS
| Good commercial stock hutches and
! utensils. Call evenings. 219 East McCar-
I ty street.
Rabbits, flemish and reds; pedi
greed And utility stock. 2626 Eaa,
| Eighteenth street.
MUSICAL INISTRUMENTS,
PLAYER PIANO. MANUALO; SISO
equity; will transfer for quick sale.
Main 205. Ask for Mr. Morgan.
F“ OR SALE—MCTKOiTa, GOOD AS
new; S3O. Call North 9524, Saturday
1 and Sunday.
HORSES AND VEHICLES. "
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
| for dead horses, cows and hogs. Call Bel
| mont 459 and get our prices.
anted—a’ medium - slzed buggy
for pony. Circle 1976.
i ~ AUCTIONS.
HORSE AUCTION
! Every Monday, Shroyer’s stable, 332
j West Maryland. 10 a. m. Have about 30
| head of farm mares and work horses just
| shipped in. Wagons. buggies. double
heavy work harness. We sell on commis
sion. BURKHARDT, Auctioneer. SHROY
ER, Manager.
TAILORS AND CLEANERS.
SAVE $lO
while the suit length sale is on.
Suits to your measure $45,
SSO. $55, S6O and up.
Overcoats and trousers in
proportion.
W. G. SCHNEIDER
39 West Ohio Street
Be sure you are in the right
place.
CLEAN’K M~UF~~
Capitol Garment Cleaners
M. A. GITHENS.
SERVICE!
SERVICE!
SERVICE!
1246 North Capitol avenue. Main 6*T“i.
Main 4160, Auto. 21-241.
H. G. FITE
Practical Tailor and Cutter
, Dry cleaning, pressing and repairing:
army overcoats made over; ladies' work a
specialty; work called for and delivered.
: North Capitol avenue and Ohio street.
Automatic 26-641. Circle 690.
Q' err yvearing“ready made pants?
We make them to your measure. $5.00
end up. LEON TAILORING CO.. 131
East New York street. Walk up one
, Right. ___
7 SCHWARTZ, TAILOR ~~AND CLEAN
er. 31 Kentucky avenue. Main 2679.
REAL ESTATE—FOR RALE.
5-room house, W. 25th
St. Lot 40x169. Price,
$1,600; S6OO cash, sl6 per*
month.
5-room cottage on Cot
tage Ave. Price, $2,100;
SBOO cash, balance monthly.
Large corner lot with 5-
room modern bungalow,
full basement. Bargain at
$3,500. North California
St., north of creek.
A 6-room modern bunga
low, North Temple, $4,000.
5-room cottage on Taco
ma. Modern except fur
nace, $2,400.
Double house, 6 rooms a
side; modern except fur
nace; E. Vermont St.; fine
location. Price $4,500.
GILL REALTY CO.,
Realtors
Main 1646. Auto. 28-236
YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
Beautiful lots well located. “Up
north, up where they all want to
go. Where values have and will
continue to Increase by leaps
and bounds. Within two squares
of Fair Grounds, just south of
Maple road boulevard Thirty
eighth street). within two
squares of lots selling for SIOO.OO
per foot front. Surrounded by
paved streets. We have sold
more than three hundred of
these choice lots in a very short
time. We only have a few left.
When they are sold you will
never again have the opportun
ity to buy such choice lots so
close in North at such low prices
and easy terms. $460 to $700;
$lO cash, then $1 to $1.75 weekly.
Buy now for a home. Buy now
for an investment. Buy now be
fore prices advance. We are at
your service with auto to show
these choice lots at any time.
Call for appointment. Act now
and have no regrets later. GATES
KINNEAR COMPANY. 640
Lemcke Annex. Main 1103.
Let Us Help You Out
of Your Trouble in
Finding a Home.
Below are three splendid bargslns in
homes, which can be bought on the pay
ment plan.
317 CAVEN STREET
A nice five-room cottage, paved street,
gas. well and cistern. Close to car line
and school. Price only $2,000.
71S E. McCARTY
Seven-room, two-story home, in
side toilet, paved street. Price only SI,BOO.
749 SO. NOBLE ST.
Four-room brick bungalow. paved
street, gas, electric lights, furnace and
bath. A snappy little home. Price only
$3,000.
REMEMBER
a small cash payment secures one of these
homes for you. You can pay the balance
like rent.
Make arrangements with us for an In
spection of one of these properties.
J. S. Cruse Realty Cos., Realtors
128 North Delaware street.
Main 5840, Auto. 24-361.
COLORED BUYERS. HOMES ON THE
following streets, north: West Twen
ty-fifth. West Twenty-sixth. West Twentv
seventh. West Twenty-eighth. West Twen
ty-ninth. Indianapolis ave, Paris ave.,
Shrlver ave.. Boulevard place. Allfree
street. Capitol ave. East—Columbia ave.,
Cornell ave., Marlindale ave.. Arsenal at e.,
Yandes street. West —California, Blake
Walnut. S. G. BULLUP, 1349 North Sen
ate. Circle 4956. Automatic 26-719.
S-ri y 1502 Naomi, seven rooms,
VX bath. furnace. garage;
AA $4,000; excellent terms.
•A IX 2628-30 English avenue.
2643-45 Southeastern ave
nue. These properties will net 16 per cent.
Call GEORGE A. LUCAS. Realtor, for par
ticulars. Circle 6600. Evenings, Irvington
338. 208 American Central Life.
HUNTING A HOME ?
Tll us. We find it for you. Our plan
saves you time and trouble.
L. E. NEWSOM
313 Traction Terminal.
Main 7139. Prospect 1819.
Four- room bungalow, with
front and rear porch: lot, 40x140;
two squares from interurban stop, price
$1,200; terms. S2OO cash, balance sl2 per
month. See Mr. Rynerson, with
I. N, Richie & Son, Realtors
151 East Market. Main 6.0.
SIOO CASH
and sls per month buys good four-room
house, two squares of Holmes avenue and
West Michigan street; price only $1,500.
H. G. MONEN. Peoples Bank Building
Malu 3138.
LOTS—Emerleigh—LOTS
4400 TO 4800 EAST TENTH ST.
Prices $275 to $676—510 down, $5 pe'
month. No interest or tajtes for two years
Agent on ground Saturday afternoon and
Sunday.
Sri r- Two seven-room modern
V/ homes, near Fletcher avenue
and State $3,250 and $3,000,
A IJg respectively. GEORGE A.
LUCAS. Realtor. 20S Amer
ican Central Life. Circle 6600; evening,
Irvington 338.
200 GOOD - HOMES - FOR SALE IN ALL
parts of city; cash or easy terms. Se
me before buying. A square deal to all
assured.
S. G. BULLUP.
1349 North Senate.
Circle 4956. Auto. 26-719.
Double house; six..rooms and
bath to a side. Located near St.
Vincent's hospital; rents for SSO; will take
$4,500: bargain. E. W. PIERSON, 127
East Market
Sxnt y Seven-room modern resi
le/ dence. Irvington; $4,500 for
a few days. GEORGE A.
X IX LUCAS. 208 American Cen
tral Life. Circle 6690.
Evenings and_ Sundays. Irvington 338.
272 SOUTH SHERMAN DRIVE; SEMl
modern. five rooms; double lot; time*
years old; full basement and furnace;
$2,900; all on terms. Main 6704. Eve
nings, Irvington 2612.
CHOICE LA KGB LOT NEAR MAPLE
road boulevard, within two square# ot
Fair Grounds; $lO cash, balanoe $1 week
ly. 640 Lenicke Annex. Main 1409.
EYENROOM MODERN, EAST; 2*o
North Hamilton avenue: paved atreet.
garage; $550 cash, balance like rent.
Front owner. A. P. SHELLEY. North 4201.
0 STORE ROOMS AND BUSINESS
houses for sale for cash or eaay pay
ments. S. G. BULLUP, 1249 North Sen
ate. Circle 4956. Auto. 26-719.
100 HOMES ON EASY PAYMENT i;
splendid locations; terms to suit buy
ers. S. G. BULLUP. 1349 North Senate.
Circle 4956. _Auto. 26-719.
SIX ROOMS, BATH, GAS, ELEfTTRIC
lights, paved street; $2,650; SI,OOO
cash. Woodruff
F~~qrR~HATE— PROPERTY US' ALL DlßEC
tions, cash or payments. Call Proapect
6184 after 4 p. m.
ODERN HOME, LONG LIVING ROOM
style; east, near good car lints. Term*.
Woodruff 7024.
INDIANA TRUST CO.
Sella real eatat* eoUaota rant, antes
fire Insurance.
I - OENEY; MODERN
except furnace: six rooms and bath:
four-machine garage; $8,700.
Near east" Washington car line:
four rooms, paved street and alley;
$2,200. Terms. Woodruff 3400 after 7:30
MODERN - HOME, NORTH:
garage; lot 40x210'; $3,650. Terms.
Main 142;
SEVEN-ROOM MODERN HOUSE WITH
ga’-age: $5.150. Terms. Main 107.
4—oo BLOCK EUCLID AVE.; SEMl
modern; seven rooms; $2,800.
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