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WHY RIDE
the crowded street cars when
there is a motor car for the mod
est purse?
The difference between a used
automobile and anew one is in
dicated more by its LOWER
PRICE than by any loss in pleas
ure, safety or comfort. To the
man who has yet to buy and drive
a car, a used automobile is in
deed a sensible way to get the
“hang” of the thing. And bar
gains! There never were such
prices and terms as are now of
fered in the “Automobile for Sale”
columns of The Daily Times
“want ads.” Read them today—
all of them. Some folks think
they must have anew machine
every spring—hence the low
prices on high values.
V
FUNERAL OfRECTORS.
George Grinsteiner
Funeral director. 522 East Market. Old
Phone main 90S. New Phone. 27-208.
A. M. Ragsdale, J. Wash Price. John Paul
Ragsdale.
A. M. RAGSDALE CO.
323 North Delaware street.
MeKAHAN& WILHITE
37 West Thirteenth street. Main 3210.
~J. 0. WILSON
1230 Prospect. Auto. 51-671. Prospect 322.
Funeral directors—
WM. E. KRIEGER,
New 21-151 Main 1454. 1402 N. IlllnoU.
UNDERTAKERS.
W. T. BLASENGYM
1635 Shelby St. Pros. 2570. Auto. 51-114.
UNI > KRTAKERSffHISE Y & TITUS, 951
North Del. New 26-564. Main 3630.
DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICE&
Allison, jambs—beloved Hus
band Os Mrs. Mary Allison, passed
away at the home, 1145 Church St., Sat
urday, Feb. 21, 1920. Funeral services
will be held Feb. 24 at W. T. Blasen
gym's funeral parlors, 1625 Shelby St., at
2 p. m. Burial, Crown Hill.
Barkdall, lucen da—widow of
the late Daniel Barkdall, Feb. 22.
aged 82 years. Funeral Tuesday, Feb. 24,
2 p. m„ at Finn Bros, funeral parlors, 135
W. Market. Burial Crown Hill. Friends
invited.
HURt HILL, GEORGE T.—BELOVED
husband of Cynthia A. and lather of
Omer TANARUS., Oscar P. and W. Asakel
Churchill and Mrs. Paul F.obbins. Funeral
at his home, 818 Eugene Tuesday, Feb.
24, at 2 p. m. Burial at Crown Hill.
No flours.
Dasey, hen ry—be loved path er
of Mrs. H. T. Mathews. Frederick IV.
and Edward Dasey, died Feb. 21. 2 p. m.,
aged 73 years. Funeral at the residence
of his daughter, Mrs. H. T. Mathews, 32
North Tacoma Ave.. Tuesday at 2 p. m.
Evans, Elizabeth a.— passed
away Sunday. Feb. 22. at 6:30 p. in.
Funeral and burial at Lima, 0., Wednes
day.
FUXDtItS, KOBKR'C C.—AGED 3
years 10 months, diet) Feb. 21. 1920.
at 9 p. m., at home of his mother, Mrs.
Daisy E. Flanders. 4330 Carrollton Ave.
Funeral at the residence Tuesday. 3:30 p.
m. Friends in\lted. Burial Wednesday
at Dupont, Ind.
GARDN EK, M its. PHOEBE—MOTHER
of John Gardner of Raton, N. M„ died
Feb. 19, 11:45 a. m., at the home of her
nephew, Orville Vail, 1833 Union St., at
2 p. m. Friends invited. Burial Crown
Hil! cemetery.
HO WE IS, SARAH O.—BELOVED WIFE
of S. D. Howell, passed away at her
home, 58 South Tenth Ave.. Beech Grove.
Sunday, Feb. 22, 3:13 a. ni. Funeral at
the home Tuesday. Feb. 24, 2 p. m. Burial
Greenwood cemetery. Friends invited.
iiISR, KEGI.NA—BELOVED WIFE OF
Albert H. Meyer, died Saturday. Feb.
21. Funeral services Tuesday. 1:30 p. m..
at residence, 1953 Ashland Ave., and 2
p. m. at St. Paul’s Evangelical church.
Burinl at Crown Hill.
MOUAT, DELIA M.—PARSED AWAY
at her home in Southport, Thursday,
Feb. 19. 1 uneral Monday, Feb. 22. 10 a.
m., at Methodist Episcopal church in
Southport. Burial Greenwood. Friends
invited.
E( K, M RS ELEANOKE—PASSED
away at the home of her nephew.
Victor Hellmer, 1348 North Illinois, Sun
day. 3:30 p. m. Services SS. Peter and
Paul cathedral, Tuesday. 9 a. m. Buriat
at Middletown. N. Y. Please omit flowers.
Ricih TV I. ER— B ELO VKD H USB AND
of Alta Rice, departed this life Sat
urday, Feb. 21, at 7 p. m., at his resi
dence, 2255 North LaSalle, aged 82 year*.
Funeral Tuesday, Feb. 24, Brightwood
Methodist Episcopal church, at 10 a. m.
Burls! Kbenezer. Friends invited.
Roberts, tete—of con vers ville,
Ind., father of _Rutli Roberts, died
Saturday evening, Feb. 21. Funeral Tues
day afternoon at I o’clock at 202 Eastern
Ave. He formerly lived In Indianapolis.
SCH Ut H, SAMUEL J.—BELOVED HUS
band of Susan SchUch, died Saturday,
Feb. 21, 10 p. rn.. ag>d 69 years. Funeral
Tuesday, Feb. 24. 2 p. m.. at late resi
dence, 1025 North Mount St. Friends In
vited. Burial Crown Hill.
SLNGER, MRS] GEORGE P.—WIDOW’
of late George P. Singer, passed away
at Oklahoma City. Feb. 21, 1920. Re
mains will bo sent to Indianapolis for
burial For further Information call H.
C. Vehling, funeral director.
WALSH, MARY J.—ofi YEARS, DIED
at her home, 2443 East Sixteenth St.,
Sunday. Feh. 22. Funeral notice later.
WYRICK, CARRIF—WIFE OF HENRY
Wyrlck. died Sunday, Feb. 22, 1:30
p. m., at the home, in Maywood. Funeral
services Wednesday, Feb. 25. at 10 a. m.,
Maywood Methodist Episcopal church.
Burial Mt. Jackson.
LOST AND FOUND.
Lost —sn. vertown cord ttrk be
tween Indianapolis and Martinsville.
Liberal reward. BAKER BROS., 213 East
Washington St.
Gold wii tham watch “lost last
evening, between 7 and 10:30. down
town; valued as keepsake; regard. Call
Ben Davis 193.
Lost— black clove, With cuffT
Reward. Auto. 43-018.
STRING OF PEARL BEADS LOST; KE
ward. Main 6376.
ROOjV!S—TO LET.
Nicely ftrnished room for
rent. 120 South Butler avenue. Call
Irvington 2343.
BOA RDAN DR 0 O MS—W ANT EdT
WANTED —ROOM AND BOARD IN OR
near downtown district In small pri
vate family; no other roomers: want
home, not boarding house; give full par
ticulars In letter. Address A No. 2950,
Times.
HOUSES—WANTED. ~
WANTED —NOT TO DESTROY OK
cause the landlord still more expense,
but to live In and care for as though it
were my own—a 6-room modern, single or
half of double—north or northeast, on or
near carline—by man. wife and grown
daughter. Rent not to exceed $35. Pos
session by April 16. Address A No. 834.
Times.
NOTICES.
Come <t> the
CENTRAL BEAUTY PARLORS
207-208 Cdd Fellow Bldg., if you want
good wqrk done, as we have three of the
best operators In the city.
DETECTjVEB. ~~
Quigley-Hyland Agency
Civil and Criminal Investigators
E 26-529 Law bldg. Main 2902.
DON’T ÜBISVS.
If yen really want It back. Insert a
■mail ad In the “Loat and Pound” oat-
Kmns of The Times and tt will soon M
returned. Phone Mala StM. Auta. 1144 L
TWIT
MALE HELP—WANTED.
MIDWEST ENGINE CO.
OFFERS
MEN BETWEEN 21 AND
30 YEARS, WITHOUT
ANY TRADE, OPPOR
TUNITY TO LEARN
MOLDING
AND
COREMAKING
IN MODERN FOUNDRY.
ALSO NEEDS EXPE
RIENCED MOLDERS.
APPLY EMPLOY
MENT OFFICE, NINE
TEENTH AND MARTIN
DALE.
DRAFTSMEN
TRACERS AND
DETAILERS
GOOD PAY FOR GOOD
MEN.
ALLISON
EXPERIMENTAL CO.
SPEEDWAY
BELMONT 3600.
MR. BRAY.
INSPECTORS
METAL WORKERS
VARNISH FINISHERS
LABORERS
Call at employment office.
NORDYKE & MARMON
COMPANY
Ky. Ave. & Morris St.
LABORERS WANTED—
BEMIS BROS. BAG CO.,
BARTH AVE. AND BELT
R. R. APPLY GAMBLE
CONSTRUCTION CO.
WANTED AC ETYLENE
WELDER ON SHEET IRON
WORK. IND. TANK AND
BOILER WORKS, 1123 EAST
MARYLAND.
Men, boys and colored
women wanted. S. Key
stone Ave and Belt R. R.
Take Prospect car to end
of line. Fainnount Glass
Works.
WANTED LABORERS.
SOUTH SIDE ICE &
COAL CO., 1902 SOUTH
EAST.
HOLDERS AND CORE
MAKERS WANTED.
APPLY ROOM 6, 29 S.
DELAWARE ST.
WANTED NIGHT WATCH
MAN. APPLY MR. DONA
HUE, MERCHANTS BANK
BLDG.
EXPERIE NC ED FIREMAN;
EIGHT HOURS; GOOD PAY.
APPLY CHIEF ENGINEER,
CITY HOSPITAL.
LABORERS; STEADY WORK.
IMPERIAL DROP FORGE
CO., 518 S. HARDING.
WANTED AT ONCE
Flrst-clase show card writer. TWIKT’S
SIGN SHOP, 24 South Illinola St,
Wanted —ex perienced" firemen
on chain grate stokers. Apply MR.
RAY, Union Traction Power House. An
derson, Ind.
PFkSSMAN- COX DUPLF;X~ PKESIaiAN
wanted. Give qualifications and xrages
wanted. DAILY N’EWBj SIDNEY. O.
SAFETY RAZOR BLADES
sharpened. TUTTLEDGB, 201 Indiana ave.
Factory hand, apply u* houth
Liberty.
MALE HELP—WANTED.
WE WANT
FIRST-CLASS COMMER
CIAL BODY BUILDER FOR
OUR SAMPLE ROOM—A
MAN WHO HAS THE ABIL
ITY TO WORK FROM BLUE
PRINTS AND BUILD SAM
PLE BODIES AND JIGS.
THIS IS AN EXCELLENT
OPPORTUNITY FOR AN
AMBITIOUS, EFFICIENT
WORKER TO MAKE A HIGH
LY PROFITABLE POSITION
FOR HIMSELF IN A NEW
DEPARTMENT.
ASK FOR MR. McGLASHAN.
MARTIN-PARRY
CORPORATION
HENRY AND HOLLY STS.
STOCK CHASERS
3 EXPERIENCED MEN TO
■WORK IN PRODUCTION
DEPARTMENT OF A NEW
ORGANIZATION.
MARTIN-PARRY
CORPORATION
HENRY AND HOLLY STS.
LABORERS WANTED—
APPLY BIG FOUR
ICE II OUS E, lIIL L
YARD. A. J. YAWOER
CO.
!EXPERIENCED RETAIL
CLOTHING SALESMEN.
Exceptional opportunity
for the right man. Apply
at once.
DANIELS, INC.
East Wash, and Corner
Delaware St.
MAN EXPERIENCED IN
ELECTRIC WORK, TO
TA K E CHARGE OF
STOCKS AND SALES
j ROOM. MEIER ELEC
TRIC & MACHINE CO.,
| 136 SOFT Ii MERII) lAN.
Match Your Coat
THE TANTS Wl|fi?
STORE CO. W
48 W. OHIO ST. Near 111
110 E. MARKET ST. Near Penn
CARPET AND LINOLEUM
LAYER AND CUTTER. SAN
DER & RECKER FURNITURE
CO
CIVIL- SERVICE POSITIONS] CLERKS,
stenographers, typists, bookkeepers,
letter carriers, railway mail clerks For
preparation call or write.
INDIANA CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL.
t 137 N, ILLINOIS ST, Room 407.
EXPE RIEN CED ENGINEER
APPLY CHIEF ENGINEER
CITY HOSPITAL,
WANTED— MEN, 18 UP; RAILWAY
Mall Clerks. Commence Jlio month,
j ,Ist positions, free. FRANKLIN INSTI-
I TUTE. Dept. 95 B. Rochester, N. Y.
Experienced all-round machine
men for planing mill work. WILLIAM
F. JOHNSON LUMBER CO., Nineteenth
and Cornell.
Machinists and toolmakers to
use production guaranteed to the
tenth micrometers. See samples. R.
SPILLMAN, 2132 Elliott St.
SAL E s M EN- WANTE P. *
STOCK SALESMAN
LIVE, ENERGETIC SALESMAN
OF GOOD ADDRESS TO FOL
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
If you
are a clean-cut married man between the
age of 25 and 35. at present employed in
a factory and desire to learn salesmanship
with a very bright future, call between
4 and g p. m, Saks building.
Salesman— city man~wtth ford
or light car to sell the best auto ac
cessory ever put on the market. One
man made 31.200 In ten days another
made 109 first day. Bee Mr. Mosher. U.
& J. CARBURETOR SALES Cos., 120 E
New York St.
Experienced retail paint sales
rnan. Reference required. Apply at
once. Mr. Nowlin, HURST & CO., Penn
sylvania and Georgia.
W~ ANTED—PIANO LEHMAN; LIrT
eral proposition. Phono E. H. HAN
COCK PIANO CO., Seymour, Ind,
TAILORS AND CLEAN ER3.
H. G. FITE
Practical Tailor and Cutter
Dry cleaning, pressing and repairing;
army overcoats made over; ladles' work a
specialty; work called for and delivered.
North Capitol avenue and Ohio street
Automatic 26-641. Circle 690.
Quit wearing ready made pants.
We make them to your measure, $6.60
and up. LEON TAILORING CO., 131
East New York street. Walk up one
Sight.
-YpITOL GARMENT CLEANERS, 124*
North Capitol avenue. Main 6477.
Mail: 4160. Auto 21-241.
J. SCHWARTZ, TAILOR AMD CLRAM
|| er. II Kentucky avenue. Main 2873.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23,1920.
- WANTED
DO) —OHRLS—IIO
To sell tickets for big benefit show.
BIG MONEY
Call Room 571 Claypool Hotel, 8 to 10 a. m., 6 to 8 p. m.
200
GIRLS
AT ONCE.
BETWEEN THE AGES
OF 18 AND 33.
FOR LIGHT, CLEAN
WORK THAT PAYS WELL.
THESE POSITIONS
ARE PERMANENT.
GIRLS WTTH AMBITION CAN
STEADILY INCREASE
EARNINGS.
ELI LILLY & CO.,
TAKE GARFIELD CAR
TO McCARTY ST.
THEN ONE BLOCK EAST TO
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
706 S. ALABAMA.
YOUNG WOMEN
WANTED
Additional telephone operators are
needed, due to constantly increasing
requirements of service.
PREVIOUS
EXPERIENCE NOT
NECESSARY
GIRLS WELL
CARED FOR
Light and airy switchboard rooms;
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 Sta.
TYPISTS
AND
STENOGRAPHERS
MIDWEST ENGINE CO.,
19tli and Martindale
YOUNG LADY FOR
CLERICAL WORK
Must be rapid and accurate in
figures; splendid opportunity.
DANIELS, INC.
E. Washington, corner of
' Delaware.
WANTED—OPERATORS
TO SEW ON POWER
MACHINES. ADVANCE
TENT & AWNING CO.,
ADELAIDE ST.
WANTED—WOMAN TO OVEIU
SEE SEWING IN OUR DRA
PERY WORK ROOM. SAN
DER & RECKER FURNITURE
CO.
Young lady to takb charge op
talking machine department In large
retail store. Answer In own handwriting,
stating age, experience and salary ex
pected. Address A No, 2952, Times.
CASHIER, ~ EXPERIENCED! ANSWER
In own handwriting, stating age,'ex
perience and salary expected. Address
A No. 2953. Times.
WANTED— A NEAT GIRL FOR-Doc
tor 1 k office. Must be willing to
please and advance. 33* K. of P. Bldg.
Salesladies, drapery depart
ment, steady position, good pay. C.
B, HOWARD CO., 16 East Washington St.
Ladies to take 'course in hair
dressing, manicuring, etc. Day and
evening classes. North 4701.
WANTE D—HOI, BEK FEPKR FOR TWO
elderly ladles desirous of home. 1609
Spruce St., Prospect 1363.
Girl for general housework!
stay nights. • North 1252, 1315 North
Delaware.
WANTED— WOMAN TO DO HOCU
work. Call 1338 Shelby St.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
?==■
Samples now ready.
Have your old hats
made into new spring
models.
INDIANAPOLIS
Ml ILiACHENY
28 Kentucky Ave. Main 6171#.
J 1
..... BUBINEBP CHANCES.
PRESENT
OPPORTUNITIES
Safeguarded neiurltie* What are safe
guarded securities? When are Invest
ment safeguarded ? Pertinent facta Will
you Join thousand* of your fellow men in
receiving this lnformaiton? W will glad
ly mall you a booklet pertaining to the-e
facta. Address the E. H. CASSATT Cl)
910 Hume.Mansur building. Indlanapoii..
Ind- or the home office In Cleveland o
FEATHERS
Bouiht. aold, renovated, mattes es and
Billows made to order. Est. |SB i; y
URkLE. 416 Mass. ave. Main 1428. New
23-775-.
~~ ROOFERS
Asphalt roll roofing and shingle*, repair
ing and recosting roofs and gutter-
LASHBROOK BROS. CIRCLE 3056
Fou hale on T.eahk— electric
shoe-shop. Prospect 8736.
AUTOMOBILES FQR SALE.
BARGAINS USED CARS
INVESTIGATE our weekly
PAYMENT PLAN.
Moat of thee cars have been overhauled,
repainted and retopped.
Dorvn. Weekly
Overland roadster * 75 j,
Regal touring 75 400
'l6 Maxwell chassis 73,
'l7 Maxwell chassis 145 o
•16 Maxwell touring 146 5 jo
’l7 Maxwell touring 165 ( 0)
’l7 Maxwell coupe 19& *.50
Overland 83, touring 146 6.50
’l7 Oakland 6 speedster 245 6 re
’l7 Helen touring .45 .. <1
Franklin 6, touring 3S 7.00
Packard 6. touring 7*i f]oo
Oadillac 8, touring 495 * ,0
Ford Form-a-truck 145 5 09
No brokerage. No red tape, (f you uro
honest we want your business
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO
PARTS AND TIRE CO.
Main 2688. MX jj. rap Auto. 22-01’>
USED CAR BARGAINS
1919 Maxwell; demonstrator only.
1918 Maxwell coupe; first-class condi
tion.
1917 Jackson 8-cylinder chummy road
star. 4-passenger,
1919 Ford tourlr.g.
1915 Ford touring. •
1917 Ford touring
1817 Grant t • . V
These . ars are all In fir-’. class condi
tion. Can be bought at n bargain. Cash
or terma
MERIT SALES CO.
332 N. Capitol Ave.,
Main *292,
L. M. POLAR
FORDS
1917 roadeter.
1917 touring.
1919 touring with new block for Ford
■tarter.
THE MOTOR MART
140 N. Delaware St. Main 1984
FORI) ROADSTER
Newly painted. motor recently over
hauled. good tiros: *325 for immediate
Opfn Bun<l*y.
MUTUAL SALES CO..
Meridian aSt.
OVERLAND; ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND
atartcr; newly painted; J 350; terma If
desired
THE MOTOR MART
140 N. Delaware St.. Main 19*4.
Opposite Public Market.
9 -ROOM HOI HE. MADISON AVENUE,
close In, *2.700, *2OO cash, *26
monthly.
w. h. coopkr & co.,
DODG E ROA DSTE R '
Winter top. A-l mechanical condition;
recently overhauled. MUTUAL SALES CO..
427 North Meridian street. Open Sunday.
MITCHELL CHUMMY '
roadster; rebuilt and repainted, all new
tires; priced right. MUTUAL SALES
GO-. 427 North Meridian. Open Sunday.
Ford touring, roadster* and
trucks; cash or payments.
ALLEN
M AX W ELL
touring car. 1918 fine mechanical condi
tion; bargain. MUTUAL SALKS CO
Main ,3649. or 427 North Meridian St.
Maxwell, ms touringf best
light car in town /it the price we
offer it. Terms over twelve monthly pay
ments. DIETZ-JAMES. 234 Bust Market.
Main 5716.
INTER-STATE ROADSTER. WITH WIN
ter top; In A-l shape; good tires\nd
good paint. Bargain price. DIETZ
JAMES, 334 East Market street. Main
6716.
COLE EIGHT ROADSTER
Rebuilt; in A-l condition; bargain If sold
at once. MUTUAL SALES CO., 427 North
Meridian. Open Sunday.
CHEVROLET ItOYAL MAIL ROADSTER,
Just the car for a city salesman; terms,
over twelve monthly payments. DIETZ
JAMEB, 334 East Market. Main 6716.
Maxwell roadster,- practically
new tires; excellent condition. Terms
over twelve monthly payments. DIETZ
JAMJBS. 334 East Market. Main 6716.
Derrick, iI7 TOUBINO; ft]*; max-'
well truck. *550. Take Ford for truck
In trade; Studebaker tourlr.g. electric
lights and starter. Main 3120
OVERLAND 75 B ROADSTER; GOOD
tires; overhauled. Good buy for city
salesman. DIETZ-JAMES SALKS CO.. 334
East Market street. Main 5716.
HUPMOBILE TOURING. I’ltAf'TiCAL
ly new tires; new pistons and rings.
As good as new. DIETZ-JAMBS. 334 East
Market street. Main 5716.
BUKK, 1917 TO I 1 RI NG~ STJSj MAL
well truck, *560; take Ford truck in
trade; Studebaker touring, electric lights
and starter. Main 3120.
COLUMBIA SIX. DEMONSTRATOH, AT
a discount, or trade on your car See
at once. DIETZ-JAMES, 334 East Mar
ket. Main 5716.
CHEVROLET 4-90 TOURING; A BAR
galn at *476.00. THE MOTOR MART,
140 North Delaware, Main 1984.
COMMON WEALTH FOUR-FORTY ALL
tomoblle. DIETZ-JAMES, 334 East
Market. Marlon county dealer*.
INTER- WA TE TO U RING; RUNS LIKE
new car; terms or trade. DEITZ
JAMES, 334 E. Market. Main 6716.
SAXON SIX CHUMMY ROADSTEIL
DIETZ-JAMES, 834 East Market.
Main. 671*.
SAXON ROADSTER, 1919, ELEOTRJ
caIiy equipped. *IOO down. Irv. 1786.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
VALUES OBTAINED BY
BUYING USED CARS
HERE
STEARNS-KNIGHT, 1918.
ST EARNS-KNIGHT
chummy roadster, in good condition.
WILL VS-KNIGHT
touring, in A 1 condition.
MITCHELL. 1918.
Wire wheels, repainted; A-l condition.
1917 Bufek sedan.
1917 Buiclt touring
1917 Buick six roadster, new paint and
top. N
FORD COUPE. 1918.
STATE USED CAR
MARKET
235 .North Penn. Main 2246.
YT. W. Fancher, Mgr.
JJssd 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
Q IBS ON CO.
Corner Michigan and Capitol.
PACKARD ROADSTER
This car must be seen to be appreciated;
newly painted; six new cord tires; A-l
mechanical condition. Open Sunday.
MUTUAL SALES CO.,
427 North Meridian St.
STUDEBAKER ~
Seven-passenger touring; tires, motor
and paint In excellent condition. Immedi
ate Bale, 3550. Open Sunday.
MUTUAL SALES CO.,
427 North Meridian St.
W 11.1.1 S-KNIGHT,- 8 4 YUNDER. CORD
Hres. wire wheel.- and Perfection
windshields.
THE MOTOR MART
140 N. Delaware St Main 1984.
Opposite Public Market.
1916 1 )OD(; E R< KADSTER
Winter top. Thoroughly overhauled.
Guaranteed to lie In first-class running con
dition. Price 3400 Open Sunday.
MUTUAL SALES CO..
427 North Meridian St.
Nash, four passenger with hum
mer and winter top. wire wheels, cord
tire*.
THE MOTOR MART
Main 198 4. HO N Delaware St.
Opposite Public Market.
CHALMERS, 1917
dvr-passenger touring, overhauled, newly
] painted; tlr/s practically new. No better
buy at our prlre. Open Sunday
MUTUAL sales company.
427 North Meridian street.
“PREMIER
Rebuilt. In fine condition; six wire
i wheel* and six good tires, seven-passenger
1 touring Open Sunday.
MUTUAL SALES CO.,
437 North Meridian. Main 3549.
WILLYS-KNIGHT
This cor same as new, only used short
while, wire wheels, fine mechanical con
{ dltlon. Open Sunday.
427 North Meridian. Main 3749.
' MITCHELL CIfUMMY
Hebullt and repainted, good lire*; In fine
condition. Open Sunday.
MUTUAL SALES CO..
427 North Meridian. Main 3649.
AUMHOBILK, : PAMKNGKfti ALL
U new cord Urea.
THE MOTOR MART
Main 1984. 140 N. Delaware St-
Opposite Public Market.
FORD TOURING
Winter top. A-t mechanical condition,
pood fires, price* Open Sunday.
MUTUAL SAUKS CO..
Mi If
PREMIER
sever, .passenger, electric gear shift, car In
excellent condition. See this bargain MU
TUAL SALES CO.. 427 North Meridian
street. Open Sundaj.
F~ORdT 1017, TOURING, NEW TOP, NEW
paint, good tires, bargain. Terms If
desired.
JON ES-WHIT AK EH SALES CO..
Department of Used Car*
343 N. Capitol. Main 2345.
T RUC K B—FORS AL
ONE KISSEL I’, TON TRUCK; GOOD
i lltlcn; rat> and stake body; cheap
for *6oi>. Had to have larger truck.
Phono Prospect 370. J. HENRY AMT
CO,
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 aro losing money.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS
& TIRE CO.
618 North Capital,
Auto. 22-019. Main 2638.
I WANT YOUR CAR
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.
AUTOfc WANTED
pay canto. No delay for your money
It I* here tor you. Come In or call,
1. \<olf Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
*l9 N. Illinois ut. Main 1679 Auto. 32-0*32
We alo buy Junk cars
AUTOS WANTED
We puy hljcheet prices for used cars.
See uk before you sell your car.
MERRIT SALES CO.,
332 North Capitol avenue.
Call_for L- M- Goins. Main 6292.
WE BUY. SELL AND EXCHANGE
used cars.
STATE USED CAR MARKET
236 North Pennsylvania. Main 2246.
AI *I T< >TT~VU T OPA UTS AND TIRE CO.
Is buying nnd selling ußed car*, tires,
tubes and parts at 76 per rent of list.
819 North Illinois. Main 6090.
AUTO s AND TRUCKS FOR HIRE
DO YOUR OWN DRIVING
Go where you please, day or night.
We furnish the car at prices cheaper
than owning a car.
U-DRIVE AUTO SERVICE
At Hoosier Auto Laundry, Bark of Keith’s
Theater. Main 6921.
AUTO REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES.
AUTO PAINTING
Get that Ford painted this month, *lO
and up. Other cars In proportion. All
work guaranteed. D. FLEMINU, painter,
20 West Wabash street.
AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty. 822-334 North Illinois
S & S Auto Laundry
LOWEST PRICED HIGH GRADE BAT
tery made.
DIXIE STORAGE BATTERY CO.
Main 5181. 629 Massachusetts ave.
ONE MAN~ AUTCf TOPS, SIDE CURT
tains, seat and radiator covers. PER
FECTION AUTO TOP CO.. 1107 Udell
•treet. North 546.
MOTORCYCLES AND aTCYCLES.
CASH PAID FOE ALL KINDS OF
motorcycles FLOYD PETERMAN,
600 Massachusetts avenue.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE.
Suburban Home
Edge wood Near
Madison Road
About one acre of ground.
Five-room cottage (space for
two adttlonal rooms).
Only two blocks from school.
Qnly one block from paved
street.
Only two blocks from stoecs.
Only two blocks from car line.
ArtesiamWell
Running Water tlie
Year Round
The best part of the story Is:
THE PRICE ONLY
$2,500.00
SHE US AT ONCE. f
J. S. Cruse Realty Cos.,
REALTORS
128 N. Delaware st.
Main, 5810—Telephones—Auto. 24-301.
Cash or Payments
W. 33rd St.
Eight-room, high-grade
modern; furnace, bath,
hardwood doors, dou
ble basement; elegantly
finished.
For terms
Indianapolis
Securities Cos.
Third Floor Law Bldg.
Do Not Worry
We Have the Home
for You
Five-room modern bungalow
on Dexter Ave.. one-half b’oek
from car line. Fine location.
House practically new. Large
brick and cement front porch;
nice bath. good furnace. gaa.
electric lights. Price only 13.730,
J. S. Cruse Realty Cos.,
REALTORS
128 N. Delaware St.
Main 5840. Auto. 24-361.
Cash or Payments
W. 29th St.
6-room dwelling, semi
modern. Easy terms.
see
Indianapolis
Securities Cos.
Third Floor Law Bldg.
A BEAUTIFUL
LITTLE HOME
On paved street, east. Five
rooms finished in mahogany
and white; hardwoed floors,
elegant bathroom, good fur
nace, large basement; house
tastefully decorated; price
only *4.300.
J. S. Cruse Realty Cos.,
REALTORS
128 N. Delaware St.
Main 6840. Auto. 24-ttl.
Easy Payments
Cottage in Don Davis district;
new and clio? e.
Indianapolis
Securities Cos.
Third Floor Law Bldg.
BRIGHTWOOD
BUNGALOWS
Get your order in now. I will build
five room* and bathroom, geml-modern.
near car line; one-fifth cash. balantt
monthly.
W. L. Bridges, Realtor
839 K. of P. building Main 4114.
Bungalow Type, East
Overlooking beautiful Brookslde park, has
long living room, hardwood floors, modern
In every respect; can be bought for *3,900
for few days only; *I.OOO cash. *3O per
month.
See Mr. Mclnteer with
I. N. Richie & Son, Realtors
161 East Market. Main 620
Evenings and Sunday call Irv. 2*24
Sw w 2628-30 English Ave.. 2643-
tnX 46 Southeastern Ave.; 4-
apartment house will rent
X. \X for $72 per month; price,
$5,500; four years old, in
good condition; modern; terms. GEO. A.
LUCAS, Realtor. 208 American Central
Life. Circle 6600. Evenings, Irv. 338.
" (. ; ()LOKEI) BUYEKS
200 HOMES ON EASY TERMS
Good location. prices reasonable. a
square deal to all. See me before buying.
F. O. BULLUP, 1349 North Senate Ave.,
Circle 4956. Auto. 26-719.
SIX-ROOM COTTAGE, TEN SQUARES
east. Fr' ?, $2,200, on reasonable pay
ments.
11. G. MONEY.
405 1 eoplos Bank Bldg.,
Main 3138.
Bungalow on Morgan Street
Good five-room bungalow. West Indian
apolis; electric lights' large basement,
price $2,000; on easy terms. STATE SAV
INGS AND TRUST CO.. Main 4517. resi
dence Belmont 2037.
Choice large lot near maple
road boulevard, within two squares ol
Fair Grounds; $lO cash, balance $1 week
ly. 640 Lemeke Annex. Main 1409.
Modern five-room cottage, 254
South Rural; a large lot; excellent
buy: price f 2.600. $1,200 cash will handle.
W. D. WOODS. Irvington 3164.
Five-room home, ioi~troh bridge
St., plenty of fruit; very large lot; won
derful buy; $2,000, S7OO cash will handle.
W. D. WOODS. Irvington 3164.
North— fifty modern and semi
modern; cash or easy terms. F. <J.
BULLUP, 1349 North Senate. Circle 4956,
Auto. 28-719.
East— seventy-fi vs. fine homes
on easy terms. F. G. BULLUP. 1342
North Senate Ave., Circle 4956, Auto.
26-719.
Eight-room home, modern except fur
nace. Tacoma near New York; $3,300.00;
terms. Wd. 8400 after 7:30.
Seven-room modern. garage, paved
street; S7OO cash. S3O monthly. N. 7476
after 6:30.
’ South side modern lome. five rooms,
garage, paved street. Main 142.
Home north, five rooms and garage,
modern; terms. Main .107.
SSSS EQUITY IN LOT. WILL SELL
for SIOO. Call Prospect 8079.
REAL EBTATE—FOR SALE. j
N. Keystone, near Wash-*
ington, 6-room cottage,]
semi-modern, gas, electne*
lights, city water. Street
improvements all made and
paid. Price $2,600. Terms.
Double house ou Jeffer
son ave.; semi-modern; 5
rooms a side; $3,400.
5-room cottage. East
Georgia St. Price, $2,000.
North California St., 2-
story, 6-room bungalow;
modern; corner 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
East New York St.
Eight rooms, modern,
hath, furnace, double
basement, electric lights,
hardwood floors.
/
Cash or Payments
Indianapolis
Securities Cos.
Third Floor Law Bldg.
WEST INDIAN
APOLIS HOMES
ARE SCARCE
Here Is one and a dandy, too.
Warren avenue, sout hos Oliver;
fine location. Four rooms, gaa,
well apd cistern.
Price only *1,500.
J. S. Cruse Realty Cos.,
REALTORS
128 N. Delaware *t.
Main 5840. Auto. 24-2*X.
Sevan rooms, semi-modern, on paved
street, garage; *3,000, *7OO cash, *3O per
month. Wd. 702 4.
~~ INDIANA TRUST CO.
Sells real aetata, eollacta rent, writes
Are lasuranoe.
FOR SALE—ON ACCOUNT OF DEATH
the McHotel. Phone Harrison 67L
I can sell Tour property! wail
D. WOODS, Irvington 3164.
R£AL E_STA T E—WANTED~
Modern home from owner, will
pay from *4.000 to *4,500 for game.
Prefer southeast, near Fountain square, or
northeast. Give full description first
answer. No agents. Address A No. B*s,
Times.
Have cash client for modern
room to side double. In good condi
tion, north or east. BOHREN & BERRY’,
416 American Central Life, Main 3731.
Evenings, North 4292.
Modern home for colored oN
reasonable payments, in neighborhood
of North Indianapolis: customer waiting.
W. H. COOPER. 828 Lemeke Bldg.
Let me sell your property;
customers ready. F. G. BULLUP.
1349 North Senate Ave., Circle 4956. Auto.
26-719.
SUBURBAN PI.ACE.”sdUTH OB WEST*
about 1 acre. 6 or 6-room house,
garage. Cash. Address A No. 2954,
Times. -, . irj
Have customers for five and six-room
houses on south side. If yours Is for sais
call us. Main 107.
From owner, five to seven-room house,
not necessarily modern, cash. Main 142.
FARMS—FOR SALE.
120 ACRES, NEW SIX-ROOM BCNGA-
Iow, good barn, plenty good water,
I nrrhard. three miles from interurban,
five miles from county seat, one-half mile
to school, one and one-half miles to
j church; thirty acres Umber; *SO per acre.
A. J. APPLEGATE, Scottsburg, Ind., R. 2.
200 ACRES, JENNINGS COUNTY;
beautiful home; sacrifice to settle es
tate; *14.000. Write owner for description.
L. R. REAM, North Vernon. Ind.
FAR M S—TO L ET. ~~
240 ACRES GOOD LAND; CASH RENT.
Payment June and December. Ad
dress A No. 832, Times
WISCONSIN FARM LANDS.
Landology. a magazine giving
the facta in regard to the land situa
tion. Three months' subscription. FREE,
i If for a home or as an investment rou
are thinking of buying good farm lands,
simply write me a letter and say. "Malt
me LANDOLOGY and all particular*
FREE." Address Editor. Landology
Skidmore Land Cos.. 113 Skidmore bid*..
Marinette. Wla.
LEGAL NOTICES.
NOTICE,
State of Indiana. Department of State.
Ed Jackson, secretary of state.
To All to Whom These Presents Shall
Come. Greeting—l. Ed Jackson, secretary
of state of the State of Indiana, hereby
certify that THE FRANKLIN CHEMICAL
WORKS ha* this day caused to be fiied
In the office of the Secretary of State
of the State of Indiana, the properly
signed and attested consents, statements
and papei’3 required by Section One of ary
act of the General Assembly of the State
of Indiana, entitled, ‘An act proscribing
the method and procedure for for the vol
untary dissolution of private corporation*
and voluntary associations, and declaring
an emergency,” approved March 14 1913.
And r further certify that said written
consents, statements and papers so filed as
aforesaid, show -hat said company and
the officers thereof heve complied xvith
the provisions of -lid Section One of said
act. and that ta<d corporation is now In
process of dissolution.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the seal of
(SEAL) the State of Indiana, at the City
of Indianapolis, this 10th day of
February, A. D„ 1920.
ED JACKSON.
Secretary of State.
By P. H. WOLFARD,
Deputy. .
"TRANSFER AND BTORAGEU"
STORES CHEAPEST
\y / RATES IN’ CITY. CALL
US. Everything at rea
sonable price. Packed.
IJ II shipped anywhere,
'i--'' ti Locked room If desired.
30 West Hc>.iy. Main 4699.
BRITTON TRANSFER
Moving and light hauling; trunks and i
baggage. QUICK SERVICE, 839 East j
Wash street. Prospect 3848. j
SHANK FURNITURE AND STORAGn
CO.. 227-229 North New Jersey
Phone Main 2023. %
B OCAL AND OVERLAND HAULING."'OIfI
L K. TRANSFER CO.. 938 East Wash-B
lngton street. Prospect 8282.
‘WHY?’
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