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ROOM WITH PRIVATE
FAMILY DESIRABLE
Many men —and women,
too —prefer the quiet and
peacefulness of a family
where there are few or no
other roomers.
Any family that would like
to rent a spare room can
do so easily through The
Dally Times “Want Ad”
columns.
Arrange an ad telling con
cisely what you have to
offer. Don’t forget the "pri
vate family” suggestion.
You can give your address
and telephone number and
have prospective roomers
call, or you can have the
answers directed to The
Daily Times, Main 3500,
Auto. 28-351.
RATES
Per Line.
One time J 0.07
Three consecutive times .OGV4
Six consecutive times.. .OS
Contract rates on application.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
George Grinsteiner
Funeral director, 522 East Market. Old
Phone Main 908. New Phone, 27-208.
A. M. Ragsdale. J. Wash Price, John Paul
Ragsdale.
A. M. RAGSDALE CO.
McKAHAN & WILHITE
37 West Thirteenth street. Main 3210.
J. C. WILSON
-1230 Prospect. Auto. 61-371. Prospect 323.
ttTNEBAL DIRECTORS—
-1 WM. E. KRIEGER.
New 21-154. Main 1454. 1402 N. Illinois.
UNDERTAKERS.
W. T. BLASENGYM
1635 Shelby St. Pros. 2570. Auto. 51-114.
NDEKTAKEKS—UUEI £ nils. Wot
North Del. New 26-654. Main 3630.
DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICE*
FESLER, COL. JOHN R.—AGED M
years, died at 4:3d o’clock, Feb. 19.
runeral arrangements will be announced
later.
FISHEL— Bess (NEE MILLER)—WIFE
of Robert Fighel, passed away ag her
home in Greenwood Thursday. Feb. 19.
Funeral at the home Saturday, Feb. 21,
10 a- m. Burial Greenwood cemetery.
HARMENING, CATHERINE—AGED 75
years, widow of the late Christian
Harmening. died Thursday. Feb. 19 She
is survived by four daughters. Mrs. Ed
ward Ross, Redman. III.; Mrs. John F.
Sanders, Mrs. A. Grant Brown. Mrs.
Charles Vehltng. and one daughter-in-law.
Mrs. Lillie Harmening of Indianapolis;
twelve grandchildren and three great
grandchildren. Funeral services will be
held at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
A. Grant Brown, 1233 Marlowe Ave., Sat
urday, Feb. 21, 2 p. m. Friends Invited.
Burial Crown Hill.
Moore, Margaret— grandmother
of Marie and Joseph Mack, died
reb. 19. The funeral will be from 729
Chadwick St.. Monday. Feb 23. Burial
vs 111 be at JHoly Cross cemetery.
NIGGL. ANNA—S3 YEARS 6 MONTHS l*i
days, beloved wife of John Nlggl
mother of Francis and John Nlggl. passed
away at her late home. 1811 Ringgold St..
8:30 p. m. Funeral notice latr.
Overling, mrs. mary e.—widow of
V) D. F. Speriing, mother of Dennis A.
Sperling, Mrs. Ezra Jones, Mrs. Lydia M
Spkkbaum. Mrs. Estella Richards. Died
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Estella
Richards. Norman Court, Feb. 19. Fu
neral notice later.
STEMI.EK, mellle IT—beloved
5 of Fred Stemler, daughter of Cy
rus B. Pence, sister of William Pence of
Frankfort. Ind.; J. C. Pence. St. Louis;
Charles G. Pence of Indianapolis, Ida B
Geiger of Indianapolis and Mrs. Thomas
Jviley of St. Louis, passed away Thursday,
reb. 19, 6:40 a. m„ aged 4 4 years. Service
? c a i U t Feb " 1 ‘ a * m • at her home.
Virginia Ave., after which the remains
will be taken to Kilmore, Ind. where
services will be held at Kilmore church
2:30 p. m. Friends invited. Burial in
Kilmore cemetery. (Frankfort paper*
please copy.)
Ten eyck. mrs“ a lice—aged 9
years, died at 3:05 p. m., Feb. 18. Fu
ntral Saturday, Feb. 21. at 2 p. m.. at the
home of hr son Charles, 2449 Shelbv St.
Burial Crown Hill. Motor conveyance.
Friends Invited.
Thomas, frank l. jr.—a b j "is;
only son of Frank L. and Syrena
K. Thomas, passed away at 12:46
?„■ *“-• „ Feb - 18 - Funeral r p. m„ Friday,
leb 20 at residence, 394 3 North Capitol
Ave. Burial private. Friends may call
rhurpday afternoon and evening.
WATKINS, SARAH A.—DEED AT THE
home of H. A. Kiene. 138 East Forty
eighth St., Wednesday afternoon. Feb 18
Funeral _ and burial at Williamsport, ind.!
Sunday. (Williamsport. Ind.. papers please
copy.)
c a FtD OF THANK S.
AARD OF THANKS—WE TAKE THIS
1# as a m°ans of expressing our most
sin. ere thanks to the many friends. rla
tives and all others who In any way
helped to lighten our burdens in the
sickness and death of our beloved wife
end mother. Mrs. Ida Urlewicz. Especlally
do we wish to thank the Fisher Body Cos
of Detroit. Mich.: also the friends there,
her brother. Mr. W. T. Blasengym. the
undertaker and all for their beautiful
flora, tributes. MR. HERMAN" t"P! ir
HAZEL HOLLANDER AS 6
•t>* MAI URLEWICZ
\HjfE WANT TO THANK OUR NEIGIU
~1 friends and relatives for their kind
roes during the sickness and death of our
husband and father. Noah How °
'• e thank Rev. W. C. Reeder and' the
ringers. the undertaker Charles Hockin
smlth. the Winamae tribe of Rod M Pn an( j
the Prudential Life Insurance Company.
To all these mentioned ve extend our
heartfelt thanks. MRP. MARY HOWE
MRS. MILDRED TUCKER. MRS FAY
COODLET.
IN MEMORIAL.
IN LOVING. REMEMBRANCE OF DOR-
I othy Madden, who passed sway one
vear ago today. Feb. 20. 1919.. at the /age
of 6 years and 1 month. Sadly missed
by her mother. LORENA MADDEN AND
MRS. HALL.
IN SAD BUT LOVING REMEMBRANCE
of my father. Frank P. NVolfla who
departed this life Feb. 20. 1916. Gone but
never to be forgotten. MRS. MINNIE
BRYAN.
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE Or HEIU
man Summers, who died 7 years ago
today. Gone but not forgotten. BERTHA.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Bricklayer’s
card case and cards,
a case and re
ceipts of the Royal Or
der of Moose, Lodge
No. 219, of Elwood,
Ind. Return to J. W.
Plummer, 336 Ogden
St., and receive $5
reward.
Lost— child’s' fox" muff on east
Michigan car. Brightwood car or in
American 10-cent store. Black leather
handbag, in street car on Delaware street
containing coin purse, 15 bill and IX bill’
Woodruff 5919. Reward.
WRIST WATCH LOST—ON BLACK
ribbon. In the vicinity of Tudor Hall
North 5788. Reward.
Lost— black glove, with cuffl
Reward, Auto, 43-518.
BOARD AND ROOMS—WANTEdT
WANTED— ROOM AND BOARD IN OR
hear downtown district in small pri
vate family; no other roomers; want
home, not boarding house; give full pjftm,
ticulars in letter. Address A No.
Times.
MALE HELP—WANTED.
M LATHE OPERATORS.'
mvs m am UES9
WANTED.
t
FIRST am SCREW MA
CHINE IPERATIiS.
SHAFER HAK3OSo
fifiILHiLLAII
MACHINE ©Oo
W. TWENTY-THIRD AND BELT R. R.
>
MEN WANTED
Here is an excellent op
portunity for ambitious,
efficient men to secure high
ly profitable employment.
We need at once, 10 wood
work machine operators, 25
men for general factory work
and 25 men to handle lum
ber inwards. Write or call
emplojSlfent department at
once.
MARTIN-PARRY
CORPORATION
. Henry and Holly Sts.,
INDIANAPOLIS.
i
- WANTED—
APPLY BIG FOUR
ICE HOUSE, HILL;
YARD. A. J. YAWGER
CO.
j
LABORERS WANTED—
BEMIS BROS. BAG CO.,
BARTH AVE. AND BELT
R. R. APPLY GAMBLE
CONSTRUCTION CO.
|
48 W. OHIO ST. Near 111.
110 E. MARKET ST. Near Penn.
MAN EXPERIENCED L\
ELECTRIC WORK, TO
TAKE CHARGE OF
STOCKS AN D SALES
ROOM. MEIER ELEC
TRIC & MACHINE CO.,
i;i6 SOUTH M Eli IPI AN.
Hen, boys and colored
women wanted. S. Key
stone Ave and Belt R. R.
Take Prospect ear to end
of line. Fairmount Glass
W orks.
EXPERIENCED WHEEL
AND GEAR REPAIR
MAN IN WOOD SHOP.
PETER BERND & SON,
144 E. MORRIS ST.
WANTED LABORERS]
SOUTH SIDE ICE &
COAL CO., 1902 SOUTH
, EAST.
WANTED—Several house
men, salary and meals.
Apply Housekeeper, Lin
eoln Hotel.
W ANTED NIGHT WATCIU
MAN. APPLY MR. DONA
HUE, MERCHANTS BANK
BLDG.
EXPERIENCED FI REM AN*;
EIGHT HOURS; GOOD PAY
APPLY CHIEF ENGINEER,
CITY HOSPITAL.
W anted Laborers and
helpers. Insley Mfg. Cos.,
Olney arid E. St. Clair.
CIVIL. SERVICE POSITIONS, CLERKS
stenographers, typists, bookkeepers,
j letter carriers, railway mail clerks. For
preparation call or write.
INDIANA CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL.
157 N. ILLINOIS ST. Roam iio7.
LABORERS
Steady work, long job. Apply 1361 West
Morris street. BEDFORD STONE AND
CONSTRUCTION CO.
ANTED—MEN, 15 CPi RAILWAY
Mall Clerks. Commence 1110 month.
.Ist positions, free. FRANKLIN INSTI
TUTB. Dept. 95 B, Rochester, N. Y.
Male help—colored men for
HOUSEWORK; GOOD SALARY FOR
INDUSTRIOUS, CAPABLE CLEANERS
MR. STALKIS. HOTEL LINDEN.
WANTED —E X PERJE NEED FI KE MEN
on chain grate stokers. Apply MR.
RAY. Union Traction Power House, An
derson. Ind.
8." GOVERNMENT - WANTS MAIL
l carriers, railway mall clerks; com
mence 3100 month. Particulars address A
No. 2947. Times.
Experienced all-roundmACHink
men for planing mill work. WILLIAM
F. JOHNSON LUMBER CO., Nineteenth
and Cornell.
W~ ANTED—COLORED ELEVATOR BOY;
must be young and of neat appear
ance. Apply at desk. HOTEL LINDEN.
WANTED—GOOD JANITOR AT ONCE.
ID White preferred; good wages. Apply
KINDIG, 1361 University court.
MALE HELP—WANTED.
J •
INSPECTORS
METAL WORKERS
VARNISH FINISHERS
LABORERS
Call at employment office.
NORDYKE & MARMON
COMPANY
Ky. Ave. & Morris St.
w raufis
Wanted to build high-grade
automobile tops. Liberal
piece priees and steady em
ployment.
NORDYKE &
MARMON CO.
Ky. Ave. & Morris St.
i
Wanted —Expert belt sander on
fine furniture work. Highest
wages paid for competent man
on shaped mouldings and all
around shaped work. No others
need apply. Apply by letter,
giving experience and wages ex
pected. Address
THE ORINOCO FURNITURE
CO.,
Columbus, Indiana.
FIRST CLASS MACHIN
IST. APPLY IMPE
RIAL DROP FORGE CO.
550 S. HARDING.
CARPET AND LINOLEUM |
LAYER AND CUTTER. SAN-!
DER & RECKER FURNITURE
CO. _
WANTED— FIVE GOOD MEN TO KEPT
resent u* In this city; JSO per week to
hustlers; experience unnecessary; refer
ences and security required. Apply 1 to
7pm Room 212, 46 North Pennsyl
vania street.
*~SA FETWIfAZbR~BLADES
sharpened. TUTTLEDGE. 201 Indiana av.
SALESMEN—WANTED.
STOCK SALESMAN
LICK ENEKGKTI*' SALESMAN
OF GOOD ADDRESS To FOL
LOW tP LEADS SECURED
THOUGH ADVERTISING AND
CIRCULARS. r'l'ot'K SOLD is-
DER PLAN THAT ABSOLUTE
-1.1 GUARANTEES N\ ERTOR'S
PRINCIPAL. CALI. PERSON
ALLY. 1104 ODD FELLOW BLDG.
oppoktin Tty
If you
are a cl*an-cut married man between the
age of 25 and 3r>. at present employed In
a factory and desire >*rn salesmanship
l with a very bright future. r.<!l between
4 and 8 p. to. 2.4 Saks building.
WANTED—: PIAN O MIKSMAN; II ID
era! proposition. Phone K H. HAN
COCK PIANO < 0.. Seymour. Ind
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. (, SCHNEIDER
39 West Ohio Street
Be sure you are in the right
place.
~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.
?'orth Capitol avenue and Ohio street.
Automatic 26-641. Circle 690.
Quit wearing ready made pants!
We make them to your measure, *6.00
and up. LEON TAILORING CO.. 131
East New York street. Walk up one
night.
•Ya prroi7 (7ARmem cleaners, i*i
nf North Capitol avenue. Main 5477.
Main 4160. Auto. 21-241.
4. SCHWARTZ, TAILOR AND CLEAN-'
“r_ 31 Kentucky avenue. Main 2679.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
PRESENT
OPPORTUNITIES
Safeguarded securities. What are safe
guarded securities? When are invest
ments safeguarded ? Pertinent farts, will
you Join thousands of your fellow men in
receiving this Information? We will glad
ly mail you a booklet pertaining to these
facts. Address the E. B. CASSATT CO.,
910 Hume-Msnsur building, Indianapolis.
Ind.. or the home office in Cleveland. O.
“FEATHERS
Bought, sold, renovated, mattresses and
pillow’B made to order. Est. 1886. E. F.
BURKLE, 416 Mass. ave. Main 142*. New
23-775.
' HOOFERS
Asphalt roll roofing and shi’.gles, repair
ing and recoating roofs and gutters.
LASHBROOK BROS. CIRCLE 3056
ROOMS—TO LET.
Nicely furnished room for
rent. 120 South Butler avenue. Call
Irvington 2313.
A NICE SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT
at 120 South Butler avenue. Call Irv
ington 2343.
WANTED —5 OR 6-ROOM HOUSE,
modern, north or east; best of ref
erence. Cal! Main 8026 or address F. M
DUNCAN, 889 West Pratt street.
~ 7 DANCING.
PROF. RAYNO'S RELIABLE SCHOOL
''for tbe stage. Ladles or gentlemen
wishing to learn a good first-elaas act. All
kinds of retired, artistic step dances
taught. Thousands of pupils now playing
the best of vaudeville houses—the Merrl
men Elsters, artistic dancers at I.yrie
theater this a:cek. Call PROF. RAYNQ
224 Weat Main 20*9.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
WANTED
10““GIR LS —MD
To sell tickets for big benefit show.
BIQ MONEY
Call Room 571 Claypool Hotel, 8 to 10 a. m., 6 to 8 p. m.
GIRLS
GIRLS
WE HAVE QUITE A
NUMBER OF POSI
TIONS OPEN FOR
GIRLS FROM 18 TO 30
YEARS OF AGE.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO
INVESTIGATE. DON’T
HESITATE, THINKING
THE JOB WILL BE
TAKEN BEFORE YOU
CAN GET TO IT. COME
OUT AND LET US TELL
YOU ALL ABOUT THE
WORK.
TAKE W. MICHIGAN CAR TO
HOLMES AVE., ASK FOR EMPLOY
MENT DEPT., ANY DAY, AT ANY
HOUR OF THE DAY. EXCEPT SAT
URDAY AFTERNOON OR SUNDAY.
LINK BELT
CO.
200
GIRLS
AT ONCE
BETWEEN THE AGES
OF IS AND 33.
FOR LIGHT, CLEAN
WORK THAT PAYS WELL.
THESE POSITIONS
ARE PERMANENT.
GIRLS WITH AMBITION CAN
STEADILY INCREASE
EARNINGS.
ELI LILLY & CO.,
s TAKE GARFIELD CAR
TO McCARTY ST.
THEN ONE BLOCK EAST TO
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
700 S. ALABAMA.
I
YOUNG WOMEN
WANTED
Additional telephone operators are
needed, due to constantly Increasing
requirements of service.
PREVIOUS
EXPERIENCE NOT
NECESSABY
GIRLS WELL
CARED FOR
Light and airy switchboard rooma;
comfortable rest and recreation
room. Annual vacation, with pay.
Sicks benefits, life Insurance, pen
sions, without cost.
Apply
CENTRAL UNION
TELEPHONE CO.
Meridian and New York Sts.
WANTED—WOMAN TO OVEIU
SEE SEWING IN OUR DRA
PERY WORK ROOM. SAN
DER & RECKER FURNITURE
CO.
WOMEN TO IRON WOMEN'S GAR
ments and fancy articles. FRENCH
STEAM DYE WORKS. "The Garment
Cleaners,’’ 49 Monument Circle.
WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED
counter women; salary 350 per month.
Apply Manager, LINCOLN HOTEL COF
FEE SHOP.
Samples now ready.
Have your old hats
made into new spring
models.
IMDIANAPDLIB
BAT BLEACHERV
28 Kentucky Ave. Main 6179.
_ 11
WANTED —YOUNG GIRL, WHITE, FOR
general housework, and companion,
about IS years. 42114 Massachusetts
Ave, Apt, 4.
Ladies to take course in hair
dressing, manicuring, etc. Day and
evening rlasges. North 4701.
WANTED— WOMAN TO DO HOUSE
_work. Call 1625 Shelby St.
WANTED— GIRL TO ANSWER PHONE.
1024 South Eaet street.
SITU ATI ON W ANT EdYfE MALE.
fEM 6I E—WHITE OR COLORED WUM-
E OR SHORT ORDER COOK.
I r 5£. ,M 3 1 ■ M TO 12 F M : GOOD SAL
! AHY MR LAPP. HOTEL LINDEN.
Female— colored women for
maid work; sto.oo per month:
I SHORT HOURS; NO NIGHT V,ORK.
I HOUSEKEEPER. HOTEL LINDEN
POSITION AS NIGHT NIRSE. DOC
tor a reference: or patients taken to
house. 27 East St. Joseph.
SEWING TO DO AT HOME. CIRCLE
_ ÜBS. 633 West Vermont.
NOTICES. ~
WANTS A_ HAST—W ILL GIVE GOOD
home to small baby not over I year.
Will be given good care and real mother
love. Cull after noon. 473 Virginia Avo.
Come to the
CENTRAL BEAUTY PARLORS
307-20* Odd Fallow Bldg., if you want
good work done, as we havs three of the
beet operators In the etty.
OIL LAND - FOR 'LEASE. WOLFE
COUNTY. KY. CALL BEL. 701.
AUCTIONS. ~
TRUSTEES SALE
Trustee under general aenignment will
sell at public auction, grocery store, meat
market and bakry at Bedford, Ind.,
Wednesday. Feb. 25. at 3 o'clock p. tn.
Beat location In this city of 10.000 for
a grocery.
HARRY MONTGOMERY. Trustee.
Bedford, Ind.
AUCTIONEERS.
DKKKIXG & HARRIS
AUCTIONEERS
123-135 Hume-Mamur. Clrcia I*so.
LEGAL NOTICE-a. ~
No. 793*
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S NOTICE.
United States of America, District of
Indiana, as;
Whereas, a libel of Information was filed
In the district court of the United States
for the district of Indiana, on the 17th
day of February. 1920. by Frederick Van- I
Nuye, Esq.. United States attorney, on I
beliaif of the United States, against 10 !
boxes, more or leas, of evaporated apples, i
seized at said district in violation of the
pure food law. and praying process 1
against said property, and that the samel
may be condemned and sold therefor.
Now. therefore. In pursuance of the !
monition under the seal of said court to j
nie ill reeled and delivered. I do hereby
give public notice to ail persons claiming '
said goods, or any part thereof, or In I
any manner Interested theerin. that they
be and appear before the district court
of the United State*, to be held at the
city- of Indianapolis, In and for the dis
trict of Indiana, on the first Monday of
April next, at 10 o'clock of the forenoon
of that day, then and there to Interpose
their claims and make their allegations I
in thxt behalf.
Attest; r
NOBLE C. BUTLER. Clerk
MARK STOREN. Marshal, U. S.
t . ._ HORSES AND VEHICLES.
HORSE AUCTION EVERY SATURDAY
CL Em" 2l ° HLAKE STREET CIR
If you want farm mares, work horses
or drivers, heavy double or single work
harness, buggies or spring wagons, come
and see me. vie sell on commission—
horses. $2; vehicles, II BURKHaRDT.
Auctioneer. LAS HARRIS, Manager.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
for dead horaes, cowa and ho**. Cali Bel
mont 459 and get our price*.
J OSE PH HAAS
pays highest prices for dead horses, cows
and hogs. Call Main 1039. Auto. 25-773.
FOR SALE—-GENTLE. KOIK-YEAIt-OUD
mare, wagon and harness; sell cheap.
Call evenings or Sunday. 217 North Shef
field Ave.
ONE DOUBLE SET OK WORK HAR
nens. In first-class condition. Call 715
Maxwell strait.
FOR HALE—A GOOD'bAV MARE, 9
years old, 2323 North Arsenal Ave.
GT7vrc\ J 7 storage cheapest
( \y/ RATES IN CITY. CALL
I 1 1 US. Everything at rea-
I || eonable price. Packed,
U II shipped anywhere.
Li Locked room if desired.
80 West Henry. Main 4699.
BRITTON TRANSFER
Moving and light hauling; trunks and
baggage. QUICK SERVICE, 539 East
Wash street. Prospect 3848.
SHANK FURNITURE AND STORAGE
CO.. 227-229 North New Jersey street
j Phone Main 2022.
tOCAL AND OVERLAND HAULING~(X
kT TRANSFER CO.. 938 East Wash.
gton street. Prospect 3282.
AUTO REPAIRS AND SUPPLI ES.
AUTO PAINTING
Get that Ford painted this month. 810
and up. Other cars In proportion. All
work guaranteed. D. FLEMING, painter.
20 West Wabash street.
AUTOWASHING
Our Specialty. 322-334 North Illinois.
S & S Auto Laundry
LOWEST PRICED HIGH GRADE BAT
tery made.
DIXIE STORAGE BATTERY GO.
Mafti 5181. 629 Maasachussttt, ave.
ONH HAN AUTO TOPiiU~B7Di_~l3rs~
tains, seat and radiator covers. PER
FECTION AUTO TOP CO.. HOT Udell
street. North 546.
PRACTIC ALLYNEW TOP AND WIND.
Rhield for Maxwell roadster. MEYER I
ELECTRIC MACHINE CO.. Main 2363.
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES
CASH PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF i
motorcycles. FLOYD PETERMAN.
600 Massachusetts avenue. I
AUTOMOBH-ES FOR SALE.
VALUES OBTAINED BY
BUYING USED CARS
here.
STEARNS-KNIGHT. I*l*.
STEARNS-KNIGHT
chummy roadster, in good condition.
WILLYS-KNIQHT
touring, in A-l condition.
MITCHELL. 1918.
Wire wheels, repainted; A-l condition.
1917 Bulck sedan.
1917 Buick touring.
1917 Buick six roadster, new paint and
top.
FORD COUPE, 191*.
STATE USED CAR
MARKET
335 North Penn. Main 2348.
w. W. Fancher, Mgr.
PREMIER
t Rebuilt, in fine condition; six wire
, wheels and six good tires; seven-pas-
I senger touring.
MUTUAL SALES CO.,
427 North Meridian. Main 3549.
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 CAB. DEPARTMENT.
THE
GIBSON CO.
Corner Michigan and CapltoL
PACKARD ROADSTER"
Thi* car must be seen to be appreciated;
newly painted; six new cord tires; A-l
mechanical condition.
MUTUAL SALES CO.,
*27 North Meridian St.
BARGAINS dT
USED CARS
CASH OR TERMS
Grant Six in excellent condition; four
good tires, good paint; sell at a bargain.
1919 Ford; excellent shape. *490.
1917 Ford; new tires, new paint, over
hauled. 3400.
1915 Ford, just been overhauled, new
paint; four good tires. *276.
1919 Maxwell, used as demonstrator only;
•**r* tlr ® *nd bumper; looks like new.
1918 Maxwell Coupe; first-claxe condition,
3575.
MERRIT SALES CO.
332 North Capitol avenue.
Call for L. M. Oolas- Main 6293.
BO YOUR OWN
DRIVING
Go where you pleaee. day or night. We
furnish the car at prices cheaper than
owning a ear.
U-DRIVE AUTO
SERVICE
At Hoosier Auto Laundry, back of Keith’s
theater. Main 5921.
FORD TOURING
Winter top; A-1 mechanical condition,
good tiros; price, *535.
MUTUAL SALES CO..
„ 427 North Meridian St.
FORDS'
191? touring.
1919 touring.
1919 touring, with new block for Ford
starter.
... „ .. THE MOTOR MART.
140 North Delaware st. Main 1934.
FORD ROADSTER
painted, motor recently over
*aie* di * oOd ,3J * f ° r lmraedut
MUTUAL SALES CO ,
__42T North Meridian St
MAA h ell KOADHTES; PRACTICALLY
new tires; excellent condition. Term*
• 2?° nth „ ljr payments. DIETZ
: JAMES, 534 Eal Market. Main 6716.
WILLYS-KNIGHT. EIGHT-CYLINDER,
cord tires, wire w heels and Perfection
windshields. THE MOTOR MART. 140
North Delaware street. Main 1984.
CHALMERS, 1917
five passenger touring, overhauled, newly
painted; tires practically new. No better
buy at our price.
MUTUAL SALES: COMPANY,
j *27 North Meridian street.
Nash, four-passenger, winter
and summer top. wire wheels, oversixe
i cord tire*. THE MOTOR MART. 140 N.
Delaware street. Main 1984.
HrPMOIiILE touring: PRACTICAL^
ly new tires, new pistone and ring*
A* good as new. DIETZ-JAMES. 334 East
Market street Main 5716.
1916 DODGEWADSTER
W Inter top. Thoroughly overhauled.
Guaranteed to be In flrst-clasa running
condition. Price *6OO.
MUTUAL MALES CO..
CHEVROLET ROYAL MAIL ROADSTER,
Juet the car for a city salesman; term*,
over twelve monthly payments. DTETZ
JAMES. 334 East Market. Main 6716,
Overland 7jb roadster; good
tires; overhauled. Good buy for city
salesman. DIETZ-JAMES SALES CO.. 334
East Market street. Main 5716.
STUDEBAKER
Seven-passenger touring, ttr-s, motor
arid paint in excellent condition; imme
diate sale. *550.
MUTUAL SALES CO„
__ _ 427 North Meridian St.
OVERLAND, one OF THOSE NICE
little cars. Ford size tires; *430.
i THE MOTOR MART, 140 North Delaware
! street. Main 1984.
COLUMBIA SIX, DEMONSTRATOR, AT
a discount, or trade on jour car See
at once. DIETZ-JAMES, 334 East Mar
ket. Main 6716.
WILLY S-KNIGHT
This car same as new; only used ahort
while; wire wheela; fine mechanical con
dition.
CIIE YROLET. 1919 SEDAN, IN EXCEL-
Ient shape; good tires, looks like
now. See D. K. Rider for terms.
JONES-WHITAKER SALES CO..
Dept, of Used Cars.
848 North Capltpl. Main 2345.
MITCHELL CHUMMY
Rebuilt and repainted, good tires. In fine •
condition.
MUTUAL SALES CO..
427 North Meridian. Main 8549.
PREMIER
seven-passenger, electric gear shift; car In
excellent condition. See this bargain. MU
TUAL BAI.ES CO., 427 North Meridian
street. ,
MAXWELL
touring car. 1918; fine mechanical condi- j
tion; bargain. MUTUAL SALES CO.
Main 3549, or 427 North Meridian st.
DODGE ROADSTER - ~
Winter top. A-l mechanical condition; 1
recently overhauled. MUTUAL SALES CO., !
427 North Meridian street.
Maxwell, mg touring; best
light ear in town at the price we j
offer It. Terms over twelve monthly pay- :
ments. DIETZ-JAMES, 334 East Market. I
Main 5716.
INTER-STATE KoXdSTErT WlTH'wiN
ter top; in A-l shape; good tires and \
good paint. Bargain price. DIETZ- ,
JAMB;S, 334 East Market street. Main i
6716.
Derrick, ion toukinu; *775; max- i
well truck, $550. Take Ford for truck
In trade; Studebaker touring, electric t
lights and starter. Main 3120.
OLDS-MOBILE. SEVEN . PASSENGER, |
all new cord tires. THE MOTOR !
MART. 140 North Delaware street. Main I
1984.
SXUDEBAKFR 4, TOURING, REAL ,
bargain. THE MOTOR MART. 140 :
North Delaware street. Main 1984.
COMMONWEALTH FOUR-FORTY Al^
tomoblle. DIETZ-JAMES, 334 East
Market. Marlon county dealers.
SAXON SIX CHUMMY
DIETZ-JAMES. 334 East Market.
Main. 67X6.
Ford touring, isuj extra good]
*2OO. Circle BXSB. {
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
MITCHELL CHUMMY
roadster; rebuilt and repainted; all new
tires; priced right. MUTUAL SALES
CO„ 427 North Meridian.
COLE EIGHT - ROADSTER
Rebuilt; in A-l condition; bargain if sold
at once. MUTUAL SALES CO.. 427 North
Meridian.
. C. S. ROADSTER. A BABY STUTZ,
3525. THE MOTOR MART. 110 North
Delaware street. Main 1984.
PRACTICALLY NEW MAXWELL, TOP
and ' windshield. MEYER ELECTRIC
MACHINE CO. Main 2863.
{NTER-BTATE TOURING; RUNS LIKE
new car; terms or trade. DEITZ
JAMES. 334 K. Market. Main 6716.
CHEVROLET 4-90 TOURING: A BVE
gain at 3475.00. THE MOTOR MART
140 North Delaware, Main 1984.
SAXON ROADSTER, 1918, YsLECTRIC
aIIy equlpper, 3100 down. Irv. 2735.
Dodge touring with‘winter toF
. Ko 2?.. aj ‘ new: *P ar ® tlr ; PHce *BSO.
Main 3120.
na . . TRUCKS!—FOJYsaLeT"
ONE KISSEL 1%-TON TRUCK; GOOD
condition; cab and stake body; cheap
for *6OO. Had to have larger truck
Phone Prospect 370. J. HENRY AMT
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.
• 518 North Capitol.
Auto. 22-019. Main 2638.
I WANT YOUITCAR
and will pay you cash for it.
Don’t forget your money is wait
ing for you. If you can’t drive
in, call Main 4446 and immediate
attention will be given
212 E. NEW YORK ST.
autosTwanted
It w\!ss ?o-r h >o S u° o'^al
I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
*l9 N. Illinois *t- Main 1579. Auto. 33-9*B.
W_also_ buy junk cars.
AUTOS WANTED
Ws pay highest prices for used cars,
us before you sell your car
MERRIT SALES CO.,
332 North Capitol avenue.
Call for L. M. Golas. Main 6292.
We buy. sell and exchange used cars
STATE USED CAR MARKET
235 North Pennsylvania. Main 2246.
W. W Fancher.
CAPITOL auto'"parts AND TIKE col
Is buying and selling used cars, tires,
tubes srd parts at 75 per rent of list
819 North Illinois. Main 6090.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SaTeT
TOUR 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 *IOO,OO
per foot front. Surrounded bv
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. *450 to *700;
310 cash, then *1 to 31.75 weekly.
Buy now for a home. Buy now
for an Investment. Buy now be
fore price* 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
KINKEAR COMPANY. 640
Lemcke Annex. Main 1409.
NORTH
The demand for desirable properties Is
increasing daily and now far exceeds the
supply. Higher prices are inevitable if
you wait.
Excellent double near Centra! and Thir
ty-third street, six rooms and bath to a
side. Only *7.500; *2.500 down.
3700 block North Capitol, fine ftve-room
bungalow; 36,200. Terras.
Call A. R. Kimmich, Main 1499. Auto
35-246 HOME SEEKERS REALTY CO.,
913 Merchants Bank Building.
"LIST WITH THE HOME SEEKERS ’’ j
SOUTH
Good five-room house, 1200 block. Fletch
er avenue; only *2,200; *SOO cash, *25.00
monthly.
Seven-room house, 1700 block Lexing
ton; *2,000; *SOO down, *lB monthly.
1600 Hoyt avenue; good, live rooms;
j *2.900. *1,400 cash.
| Cal! A. R. Kimmich, Main 1499, Auto.
: 25-246 913 Merchants Bank building.
HOME SEEKERS REALTY COMPANY.
: "LIST WITH THE HOME SEEKERS."
“SUBURBAN
: One acre land, near Stop 4. Plainfield
line. Will build small bouse and sell
i on payments to colored.
H. G. MONEN,
i 495_reop!es Bank bldg. Main 3138
FI YE-ROOM HOUSE: LARGE PORCH,
coal shed connected with house, lot
60x120. shade trees, driven well. Located
at North Center St.. Plainfield. Ind. A
real bargain If sold at once. Act quick'
Cash or payments. See C. C SIMMONS at
34 3 North Capitol. Main 2345.
S\l r Gladstone, near Washing
V|F ton; double; five rooms to a
side; modern; *5.500. GEO.
Jl Vk A. LUCAS, Realtor, 208
American Central Life. Cir
cle 6600. Evenings. Irvington 338.
HU AVE CASH CLIENT FOR MODERN 6-
room to side double. In good condi-
I tlon, north or east. BOHREN A* BERRY,
| 416 American Central Life, Main 3,34.
Evenings. North 4292.
Modern home for colored on
reasonable payments. In neighborhood
lof North Indianapolis; customer waiting.
I W. H. COOPER. S3S la-moke Bldg.
ODERN FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. 224
South Rural; a large lot; excellent
buy; price 22.600. 21.200 cash will handle.
W. D. WOODS. Irvington 3164.
Five-room home, xot Trowbridge
St., plenty of fruit; very large lot; won
derful buy; 23,000. 2700 cash will handle.
W. D. WOODS. Irvington 3164.
420 GRAN D AVENUE, IRVINGTON;
five-room bungalow. garage, etc.;
| terms, 2500 cash, balance monthly. THE
! SOUTHERN LUMBER CO.
SIX ROOMS, BATH, GAS, ELECTRIC
lights, paved street; 23.650; 21.000
1 cash. Woodruff 2092.
Modern' home, long living room
style; east, near good car line. Terms.
Woodruff 7024.
Near east Washington car line;
four rooms, paved street and alley;
22.200. Terms. Woodruff 3400 after 7:3o!
INDIANA ThlisT CLb
•ails real estate, oollecu rent, write*
flrej asurance.
FI VK-ROOM MODERN HOME, NORTH;
garage; lot 40x210, 23,650. Terms.
Main 143.
SEMI-MODERN COTTAGE, 92.200;
would consider terms. Irvington 1089.
SEVEN-ROOM MODERN HOUSE WITH
garage; 23,150, Terms. Main 107.
I CAN SELL YOUR WM?
D wOODS. Irvington 3164.
SXt IT Two seven-room modern
V/ homes, near Fletcher avenue
and Noble. 23,250 and $3 000,
J. YX respectively. GEORGE A.
LUCAS. Realtor. 208 Amer
ican Central Life. Circle 6600; evening.
Irvington 338.
The best bargains in automobiles are
listed under Automobiles and Supplies la
The Times Want Ad columns.
REAL EBTATE—FOR BALE.
DO NOT DELAY ANY
LONGER
OUR LIST OF SMALL HOMEB IS
GETTING SMALLER EVERY
DAY. WE STILL HAVE A FEW
WE CAN SLLL ON THE PAY
MENT PLAN. BELOW IS A
LIST OF THESE HOMES. RE
MEMBER THE PRICES QUOTED
BELOW ON THESE PROPER
TIES WE BELIEVE ARE LESS
THAN THE HOUSES CAN BE
BUILT FOR TODAY. BY THE
PAYMENT OF THE CASH IN
STALLMENT YOU CAN BE
YOUR OWN LANDLORD. POS
SESSION OF THESE PROPER
TIES CAN BE GIVEN WITHIN
A REASONABLE TIME.
317 Caven St
A nice live-room cottags, on
paved street, south; has gas, well
and cistern; *SOO cash; balanoe
*16.50 per month. Price. *2.000.
15 South. Christian
Pi ve-room cottage south of
Waehlngton st.; one-half squar<a||
$250 cash, balance $lB per
Price only SI,BOO.
306, 308 and 310 Sanders St
Three four-room cottages In
good condition. Fine location, *2OO
cash, balance 315 ner month. Take
your choice at *l. *OO each.
2810 Adams Street
A nice, practically new, four
room cottage, northeast; electrio
lights, good well, cement walks;
only *l6O cash, balance *18.50 per
month. Price only 31,850.
FOR COLORED BUYERS
1604 and 1606 Cornell Ave.
Five-room cottages. In good
shape, paved street, gas, well and
cistern; *290 cash, balance *2O per
month. Price only *2,000 each.
2212 Sheldon
A nice six-room bouse with
bam; good condition; *3OO cash,
balance *lB per month. Price only
*2.200.
LET US HEAR FROM YOU AT
ONCE. AS THESE PROPERTIES
ARE GOING TO BE SOLD.
J. S. Cruse Realty Cos., Realtors
128 N. Delaware st.
Main 5840. Telephones 24-B*l.
7-room, 2-story house,
North Keystone; modem,
except furnace; $3,500;
SI,OOO down, $25 per month.
5-room cottage, East
| Georgia St. Price, $2,000.
North California St., 2-
i story, 6-room bungalow;
modem; comer lot. Price,
$3,500. A good bargain.
5-room cottage on Taco
ma. Modern except fur
nace, $2,400.
GILL REALTY CO.,
Realtors
Main 1646. Auto. 28-236
SWF * HAVE on Cottage avenue,
NX on the south side, one , ght-
A W rool h modern house, sleeping
porch, bath and extra toilet,
steam heating plant, every
thing on the Inside of this property right
up to the minute and the outside
couldn’t be better, modern to the ex
treme. four-car garage; any one desiring
the very best bargain- on the South Side
for *5.500, call GEORGE A. LUCAS, 20*
American Central Life Bldg.. Circle 6809:
evenings. Jrvington S3*.
BRIGHTWOOD
BUNGALOWS
Get your order in now. I will build
nve rooms and bathroom, semi-modern.
lln ®i one-flfth cash. balanoe
monthly.
V. L. Bridges, Realtor
339 K. of p. building Main 4114.
1502 Naomi, seven rooms,
Vs bath. furnace, garage;
$4,000; excellent terms.
4L jJL 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. 20S American Central Life.
Bungalow Bargain
831 Chase Street
Four-room soml-modern. eloctrio lights,
well and cistern, built only four years Ths
price la 31,350; *350 cash, balance monthly.
Tibbs-Bose Realty Cos., Realtors
Circle 436. Auto. 27-436 nights. Wash. 4155.
National road, west; 4 acres!
fine soil; splendid, six-room house,
porches; electric light*. city telephone
service, milkhouse. barn, chicken house,
close to Traction stop. A real buv at
*4.000. For appointment call BOHRE'N &
BERRY. 416 AMERICAN CENTRAL LJFEL
; 3'A IN 3734. Evenings, NORTH 4293,
SYt jr 958 and 960 Congress are
va/ nue. North Indianapolis, slx
/A room double, individual
JL iX steam heating plant, thor
oughly modern. For quick
sale. *4,500 cash. GEORGE A. LUCAS, 50*
American Central Life. Circle 66-90. Eve
nings. Irvington 338.
WELL-BUILT SIX-ROOM HOME, BEST
location North Indianapolis; inclosed
I rear, double porch; fine fruit and shrub
i bery: barn. A real bargain at *8,250.
BOHREX & BERRY. 416 AMERICAN
I CENTRAL LIFE. M AIN 3734. Evenings,
I Belmont 3941.
Svi jr Seven-room modern resi
dence, Irvington; $4,500 for
a few days. GEORGE A.
& LUCAS. 208 American Cen
tral Life. Circle 6600.
I Evenings and Sundays. Irvington 338.
Four lots infair field addition!
Call 3439 West Michigan.
" keal estate—Wanted.
■siwweeeeeiwieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiwe
Have customers for modern and
semi-modern homes. Can pay from
*I.OOO to *1.500 cash. Call us at once.
Main 107.
From owner, five to sevenlroom
house, not necessarily modern. Cash.
Main 142.
FARMS—FOR SALE.
37% ACRES, 35 MII.EB FROM INDlAN
apolls. Good four-room house, small
barn and orchard. Winter onions, straw
berries, two good horses, jersey cow fresh
soon, wagon, harness, farming tools, cream
separator, incubator, two brood sows, nine
shoats, hay, corn, 60 laying hens go with
place. 24.500. Owner aick. Will consider
Indianapolis property. Possession March 1.
Opportunity to get a home in the country.
WALTER ST. CLAIRE. 615 Traction Build
ing. Phone Circle 347.
80-ACRE MARTIN COUNTY FARM.
with small house, good outbuildings,
good sugar camp, apout 70 trees; 10
acres good timber; 15 acres bottom land,
balance upland; good orohard, water,
grass and some coal; 45 acres In cultiva
tion. March possession. .TAMES E.
BERRY, 147 East Market street. Main
5147.
I 20 ACRES. NEW SIX-ROOM BCNGA-
I low. good barn, plenty good water,
orchard, three miles from lnterurhan.
five miles from county seat, one-half mile
to school, one and one-half miles to
.hurch; thirty acres timber; 250 per acre.
A. J. APPLEGATE. Scottsburg. Ind.. R. 8.
200 ACRES. JENNINGS COUNTY;
beautiful home; sacrifice to settle es
tate; 214.000. Write owner for description.
L. R. REAM, North Vernon. Ind.
FARMS—TO LET. "
240 ACRES GOOD LAND; CASH KENT.
Payment June and December. Ad
dress A No. 832, Times.
O ACRES. THREE-ROOM: Hmmp,
north, on lnterurhan; sls. Address A
No. 833. Times.
WISCONSIN FARM LANDB. '
m
I ANDOLOGY, A MAGAZINE GIVING
L the facts In regard to the land situa
tion. Three months’ subscription. FREH.
If for a home or as an Investment you
are thinking of buying good farm lands,
simply write me a letter and say. -Mail
me LANDOLOGY and all particulars
FREE.” Address Editor, Landflogy,
Skidmore Land Cos.. 113 Skidmore bldg-
Marinette. Wis.
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