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INDIANA DAILY
TIMES
25-29 S. Meridian St.
PHONES —CLASSIFIED
ADV. DEPT.
Main .; 3500
Automatic 28-351
RATES.
One time 07 per line
Three consecutive
times 06% per line
Six consecutive
times 06 per line
Male or female help wanted, sit
uation wanted, male or female;
rooms to let and board and rooms
wanted—
One time 07 per line
Three consecutive
times 06 per line
Six consecutive
times 05 per line
Contract rates on application.
Legal notices 07 per line
Lodge and club
notices 50c per insert on
Church notices (1 inch or
less) 35c per insertion
Over 1 inch, 5c per line addi
tional.
Death notices, 25c per insertion.
The Business Office closes at
8 P. M.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
George Grinsteiner
Funeral director. 522 East Market. Old
Phone Main 908. New Phone, 27-202.
A. M. Ragsdale, J. Wash Price, John Paul
Ragsdale.
A. M. RAGSDALE CO.
323 North Delaware street.
McKAIIAN & WILHITE
37 West Thirteenth street. Main 3210.
J.GWILSON
12 30 Prospect. Auto. 51-671. Prospect 323.
FUNERAL directors—
WM. E. KRIEGER.
New 21-154. Main 1454. 1402 X. Illinois.
UNDERTAKERS.
W. T. BLASENGYM
1635 Shelby St. Pros. 2570. Auto. 51-114.
UNDERTAKERS— HI SEY A TIT IS, 951
North Del. New 26-564. Main 3630.
DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICES,
COFFEY, KATHERINE BELOVED
wife of Hugh Coffey, died Sunday, Feb.
22, at the family residence, 1201 Marlowe
Ave. The funeral will take place Wednes
day morning. Feb. 25. at 8:30 o’clock at
the residence, followed by services at Holy
Cross church at 9 o’clock. Friends In
vited.
Kane, william— died Teb7 24. at
the home of his nephew. Rev. James
M. Bowney, 1211 East Kelly.
notice later.
Meyer. Herman p.—infant son of
Harry Meyer, died Tuesday.. Feb. 24.
it 8:15 a. m.. at the home of Dan Seaman.
2937 North Denny St. Burial Crown Hill,
Wednesday. Feb. 25. at 2 p. m.
CARDOF THANKS.
UfE WISH TO EXPRESS OCR SINCERE
W* thanks for the kindness and sym
pathy extended us during the sickness and
death of our beloved husband and father.
William C. Sandmann. We also wish to
ihank our relatives, friends, neighbors, and
the shopmen of Beech Grove, for their
beautiful floral offerings. Rev. Hennlnger
for his consoling words and the under
takers for their B*cellent service. MRS.
W. C. SANDMANN AND SOX.
IN MEMORIAM.
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF EVA
I Droege. who departed this life four
years ago today. Feb. 24, 1920. MOTHER.
SON AND BROTHERS.
IN’ FOM> KEMEMBKANCE~OFCHARLKS
Cut-singer, who departed this life two
years ago Jan. 18. 1318. WIFE. SONS
AND GRANDCHILD REN.
LOST AND FOUND.
Bill book lost—men’s brown
leather, in or near Lyric theater. Mon
day afternoon. containing near *9O.
small white stone and calling cards bear
ing the name Herrmann F. Stephens.
North 456. Reward.
Lost— twin diamond ring rv*.
karat each, in front of Isia theater,
about 6 o’clock Sunday evening. Reward.
Return to THELMA ALLEN, Regent
theater.
L'OST— FANCY HAIRPIN SUNDAY WITH
white, blue and yellow stones. Valued
as keepsake. Reward. Call Main 1047,
ask for Miss Thompson.
Lost— sutvertown cord tire be
tween Indianapolis and Martinsville.
Liberal rewald. BAKER BROS., 219 East
Washington St.
STRING OF PEARL BEADS LOST; KE
ward. Main 6376.
ROOMS—TO LET.
AAAAiA/S^/WWWWNA^VS/SA/VS/VWNA/VWS
For rent—four unfurnished
housekeeping rooms, modern with
Sleeping porch for adults. Call 3339 West
Michigan St
Nicely furnished room for
rent. 120 South Butler avenue. Call
Irvington 234*.
For rent—2 modern sleeping
rooms for gentlemen only. 618 East
Market St.
BOARDAND ROOM S—W ANTE D.
WANTEdA-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.
WANTED— NOT TO DESTROY OR
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 335. Pos
session by April 15. Address A No. 834,
Times.
BUSINESS SERVICES. ~
HAPPILY MARRIED?
m, BOY! I’LL SAY I AM!
Tb* prettiest little doll in the world!
The best little housekeeper! How can you
bear to disappoint him? Keep yourself
fresh and young! Use up-to-date methods
and do your housework quickly, easily,
and well. We can’t all have vacuum
cleaners, electric washing machines, but
GEM POLISH
—the last word In window cleaners—is
within the reach of all.
Can you AFFORD to be without it?
For sale by all grocers, druggists, and
at department stores.
GEM POLISH MFG. CO..
16 When Bldg. Main 367.
L. R. STOCK WELL
Building Contractor.
All kinds repairs, call after 6 p,, m. Bel
mont 1977.
NOTICES.
Come to the
CENTRAL BEAUTY PARLORS
207-208 Odd Fellow Bldg., if you want
good work done, as we have three of the
best operators In the city.
P' ILES —— EVERYBODY SUFFERING
plies, fistula, fissures, ulcerations, con
stipation, bleeding, itching, write free trial.
Positive painless pile cure. S. U. TARNEY,
Auburn, Ind. *
OETECTtVES. ~~~~~
Quigley-Hyland Agency
Civil and Criminal Investigators
526-529 Law bldg. Main 2902,
| 7~Tni'structTons,^,_ wjwu
■ EARN MAGIC; ENTERTAIN YOUR
■> friends. Harrison 80. r
■ auc^oneers.
KeeringTharris^
L AUCTIONEERS
.BK?S Hume-Macsur. Circle 1650.
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.
Nordyke
Marmora Cos.
Ky. Ave. and Morris St.
offers excellent opportuni
x ties in the
following classifications
INSPECTOR
MILLWRIGHT
MILLWRIGHT HELPER
AUTOMATIC AND
HAND SCREW MA
CHINE MACHINIST
VARNISH FINISHER
HANDY MAN
CRATER
LABORER.
DRAFTSMEN
TRACERS AND
DETAILERS
GOOD PAY FOR GOOD
MEN.
ALLISON
EXPERIMENTAL CO.
SPEEDWAY
BELMONT 3600.
MR. BRAY.
LABORERS WANTED—
BEMIS BROS. PAG CO.,
BARTH AVE. AND BELT
R. R. APPLY GAMBLE
CONSTRUCTION CO.
Men, boys and colored
women wanted. S. Key
stone Ave and Belt R. R.
Take Prospect car to end
of line. Fainnount Glass
Works.
MOLDERS AND CORE
!\£AKERS WANT ED.
APPLY ROOM 6, 29 S.
DELAWARE ST.
r-ABORERS; STEADY WORK.
IMPERIAL DROP FORGE
CO., 518 S. HARDING.
WANTED AT ONCE
First-class show card writer. TWIET'S
SIGN SHOP, 24 South Illinois St.
Machinists and toolmakers to
use production guaranteed to the
tenth micrometers. See samples. K.
SPILLMAN, 2132 Elliott St.
WANTED EXPERIENCED FIREMEN
on chain grate stokers. Apply MR.
RAY, Union Traction Power House, An
derson, Ind.
nRESSMAN—COX DUPLEX PRESSMAN
r wanted. Give qualifications and wages
wanted. DAILY NEWS, SIDNEY, O,
Reliable young mam to learn
optica! work; rapid advancement. 504
Odd Fellow Bldg., Circle 472.
razokTblades
sharpened. TUTTLEDGE, 201 Indiana ave.
BOY WANTED—OFFICE AND ERRAND,
14 or 15 years old. 310 Century Bldg.
COLORED BOY TO WORK Di KITCHEN.
EXCHANGE HOTEL Stook tarda.
WANTED— LUNCH COUNTER MAN.
Apply Union Station RevtaurJht
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.
CABNEET MAKERS
EXPERIENCED
ON HIGH-GRADE
CABINET WORK
60c TO 65c PER HOUR.
SHOP LOCATED IN
INDIANAPOLIS.
IDEAL WORKING
CONDITIONS AND
SURROUNDINGS.
ADDRESS A 836, TIMES.
STOCK CHASERS
3 EXPERIENCED MEN TO
WORK IN PRODUCTION
DEPARTMENT OF A NEW
ORGANIZATION.
MARTIN-PARRY
CORPORATION
HENRY AND HOLLY STS.
EXPERIENCED RETAIL
CLOTHING SALESMEN.
Exceptional opportunity
for the right man. Apply
at once.
DANIELS, INC.
East Wash, and Corner
Delaware St.
Several clean-cut young
men with neat appear
ance for house-to-house ad
vertising. No selling, but
you must be good talkers
and not afraid of work.
Plenty room for advance
ment if you show any
speed. Salary. Apply
Wednesday, 9a. m. J. B.
Day, Room 3, Marion Bldg.
* Match Your Coat
with a pair of flPjlrfw
TROUSERS
THE PANTS WiW
STORE CO. Mpf
Two Stores
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.
157 N. ILLINOIS ST. Room 207.
EXPERIEN CED ENGINEER
apply Chief engineer,
CITY HOSPITAL.
FIREMAN, EXPERIENCED. APPLY
EMPLOYMENT DEPT., IMPERIAL
DROP FORGE CO., 610 S. HARDING,
Experienced allround machine
men for planing mill work. WILLIAM
F. JOHNSON LUMBER CO.. Nineteenth
and Cornell.
ANTED—FARM HAND, SINGLE^
Friendswood, Martinsville line. In
quire for OEO. W. ROBERSON.
Factory hand, apply 120 south
Liberty.
SALES MEN—WANTED.
- rrrrwrtfii
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 INVESTORS
PRINCIPAL. CALL PERSON
ALLY, 1104 ODD FELLOW BLDG.
OPPORTUNITY
If you '
•re 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
and 8 p. m. 224 Saks building.
Salesman —city man - m ith - ford
or light car to sell the best auto ac
cesaory ever put on the market. One
man made $1,200 In ten days, another
made SIOO first day. See Mr. Mosher, U.
& J. CARBURETOR SALES CO., 120 E.
New York St.
Experienced retail paint sales
man. Reference required. Apply at
once. Mr. Nowlin, HURST A CO.. Penn
sylvania and Georgia.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1920.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
>V^<VVI AAASWM9AAAASVVWVVSAAeV^S
WANTED
II (D —OI RES—11(0)
To sell tickets for big benefit show.
BIG MONEY
Call Room 571 Claypool Hotel, 8 to 10 a. m., 6 to 8 p. m.
G=l-RL S
AT ONCE
BETWEEN THE AGES OF 18
AND 33: FOR LIGHT, -2CLEAN
WORK THAT PAYS WELL.
THESE POSITIONS ARE PER
MANENT. GIRLS WITH AMBI
TION CAN STEADILY INCREASE
EARNINGS.
ELI LILLY & GO.
TAKE GARFIELD CAR TO M’CARTY
ST.. THEN ONE BLOCK EAST TO EM
PLOYMENT OFFICE. APPLY ANY TIME
BETWEEN 8 A. M. AND 5:30 P. M.
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
sigffis, without cost.
Apply
CENTRAL UNION
TELEPHONE CO.
Meridian and New York Sts.
TYPFSTS
AND
STENOGRAPHERS
MIDWEST ENGINE CO.,
19th and Martindale
YOUNG LADY FOR
CLERICAL WORK
Must be rapid and accurate in
figures; splendid opportunity.
DANIELS, INC.
E. Washington, corner of
Delaware.
WANTED—WOMAN TO OVER
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 Monu
ment Circle.
Young lady to take~chaim>k of
talking machine department In large
retail store. Answer In own handwriting,
stating age, experience and salary ex
pected. Address A No. 2952, Times.
Y" OUNG LADIES FOR HOUBE-TO
house selling. Salary $2 per day, carfare
and bonus. Apply Wednesday and Thurs
day, 13-1 Hotel Brevort, MR. WODY.
AA SHI Est, EXPERIENCED | ANSWER
U In own handwriting, staling age. ex
perience and salary expected. Address
A No. 2863, Times.
WANTED —A NEAT GIRL FOR
tor’s .office. Must be willing to
please and advance. 336 K. of P. Hldg.
Stenographer' no experience
necessary. Apply at once. FURNAS
OFFICE FURNITURE CO., 124 8. Liberty.
Salesladies, drapery depakt
ment, steady position, good pay. C.
B. HOWAItD CO., 16 East Washington St.
Ladie4~to take course in hair
dressing, manicuring, etc. Day and
evening classes. North 4701.
WANTF.D— HOUSEKEEPER FOR TWO
elderly ladles desirous of home. 1609
Spruce St., Prospect 1363.
Girl for general housework!
stay nights. North 1253, 1815 North
Delaware.
COLORED GIRL' TO WORK~AT LUNCH
..unier, EXCHANGE HOTEL, Stock
Yards.
STEADY, RELIABLE CLERK. “ TUTTLE
MUSIC STORK, 201 Indiana Ave.
Good, reliable third cook, ex
change) HOTEL. Stock Yard*.
WANTED— A KITCHEN GIRL: APPLY
■ Union BUtlon Restaurant.
L. S. AYRES & CO.
need girls of 15 to 17 years of age
for light work in pleasant surround
ings.
APPLY TO
SUPERINTEND E NT,
SEVENTH FLOOR.
WANTED— OPERATORS
TO SEW ON POWER
MACHINES. ADVANCE
TENT & AWNING CO.,
ADELAIDE ST.
OIKI.H FOR LIGHT FACTORY WORkT"
WM. B. BURFQR D. 40 & Meridian.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
FORDS
1917 roadster.
1917 touring."
1919 touring with new block for Ford
starter.
THE MOTOR MART
140 N. Delaware St. Main 1384.
VALUES OBTAINED B V
BUYING USED CARS
HERE
OVERLAND 85
six-cylinder.
MAXWELL 1919
driven less than 800 miles.
STB A RNS - K NIG HT
chummy roadn. r. in good condition
WILLYS- K NIG HT
touring. In A-l condition.
MITCHELL. 11S.
Wire wheel j. repainted; A-l condition.
U<!7 Bulck sedan.
1917 Bulck touring
1917 Bulck six roadster, new paint and
top.
FORD COUPE. 1918.
STATE USED CAR
MARKET
235 North Penn. Main 2246.
IV. \V. rancher, Mjrr.
ÜBEDCAR BARGAINS
1919 Maxwell demonstrator only.
19IS Maxwell coupe; flr*t-cla*jß condi
tion.
1917 Jarkaon 8-cyllnder chummy road
ster; 4 - passer.
1919 Ford touring.
1915 Ford touring.
1917 Ford tourtnir
1917 Grant six touring
These car* are all In flrst-cJajiK condi
tion lan t>€ bvugtit at a bargain, t’adh
or terms \
MERIT SALES CO.
ZZi X. Capitol Ave.,
Main 6i’92.
L. M. Gul-AS.
STL DEBAKER -
Seven - passenger touring. Gres motor
and paint In excellent condition; immedi
ate 84,1 c, 15 50. open Sunday
MUTUAL SALKS CO .
47 North Meridian St.
Sf [ DKBAKER
SIX-CYLINDER TOURING. A-l CON
DITION THROUGHOt T. LOOKS AND
RUNS LIKE NEW; NEW WILLARD
BATTERY AND SPOTLIGHT; FIVE
NON-SKID TIRES; 6,000-MILE GUARAN
TEE; CAR DRIVEN ABOUT 18.000
MILES. MUST SELL: LEAVING CITY;
new W jeusey: Ul< Ki ,iou - U3u north
PACKARD ROADSTER
This car must be seen to be appreciated,
newly painted; six new cord Gres; A-l
mechanical condition. Open Sunday
MUTUAL BALES CO..
WILLYS- KNIGHT, 8 CYLINDER. CORD
tire*, wire wheel* and Perfection
windshields. .
THE MOTOR MART
140 N. Delaware St. Main 1954.
Opposite Public Market.
1916 DODGE ROADSTER
Winter top. Thoroughly overhauled.
Guaranteed to be In flrst-clasa running con
dition. Price S6OO Open Sunday.
MUTUAL SALES CO..
427 North Meridian St.
NASH. FOUR-PASSENGER WITH SI ti
mer and winter top. wire wheels, cord
Urea.
THE MOTOR MART
Main 1984. 140 N. Delaware St.
Opposite Public Market.
FORDROADSTER
Newly painted, motor recently over
hauled; good tires; $325 for immediate
sale. Open Sunday.
MUTUAL SALES CO
-427 North Meridian St.
OVERLAND; ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND
starter; newly painted. $350; terms If
dealred.
THE MOTOR MART
X4O N. Delaware St, Main 1984.
Opposite Public Market.
CHALMERS, 1917
flve-paaaenger touring; overhauled, newly
painted; tires practically new. No better
buy at our price. Open Sunday.
MUTUAL SALES COMPANY.
427 North Meridian efreet.
“premier -
Rebuilt, In fine condition; elx wire
wheels and six good tires; seven-passenger
touring. Open Sunday.
MUTUAL SALES CO..
427 North Meridian. Main 3549.
WILLYS-KNK HIT
This car same as new; only used short
while; wire wheels; fine mechanical con
dition. Open Sunday.
MITCH KLI7 CHU JVIM Y~
Rebuilt and repainted, good tlrea; In fine
condition. Open Sunday.
MUTUAL SALES CO..
427 North Meridian. Main 3549.
AppersokTight six
This car can be bought at a bargain;
In best condition, new paint, top and cur
tains. This car must be sold at once.
1008 South Illinois. Prospect 336.
PREMIER
seven-passenger; electric gear shift; car m
excellent condition. See this bargain. Ml
TUAL SALES CO.. 427 North Meridian
street. Open Sunday.
LI IMMOBILE, 7-PASHENGKR; ALL
new cord tires.
THE MOTOR MART
Main 1984. 140 N. Delawar St.
Opposite Public Market.
Ford. 1917, touring, neav to
paint, good tires, bargain. ’!\ rms If
desired.
JONES-WHITAKER SALKS CO.,
Department of Used Cars.
343 N. Capitol. Main 2345.
Maxwell touring; njewuTy paint
cd, new top, spotlight, extra good tires.
THE MOTOR MART
140 N. Delaware St. Main 1984.
Opposite Public Market.
F“okd touringT roadsters and
trucks; cash or payments.
ALLEN
919 Virginia Ave.
HCPMOBILETOURINGh
ly new tires; new pistons and rings.
As good as new. DIETZ-JAMES. 334 East
Market street. Main 5716.
B~ UICK, 1817 TOURING, *775; M AX~
well truck, $350; take Ford truck In
trade; Studetaker touring, electric lights
and starter. Main 3120.
C~ OLUMBIA SIx7~DEMONSTRATOR, AT
a discount, or trade on your car. See
at once. DIETZ-JAMES, 334 East ilar
ket. Main 5716.
COMMONWEALTH FOUR-FORTY AU
tomoblle. DIETZ-JAMES, 834 East
Market. Marlon county dealers.
INTER-STATE’ TOURZNoTRUNITLiKE
I new car; terms or trade. DEITZ
JAMEB, 884 E. Market, Mala- 8711.
AUTOMOBIL ES FOR SALE.
BARGAINS USED CARS
INVESTIGATE OUR WEEKLY
PAYMENT PLAN.
Most of these cars nave ceen overhauled,
rex a! a red and rs! op-feZ.
Dawn. Weekly.
Overland roadster $ 76 $4.00
Regal touring 75 4.00
’l6 Maxwell chassis 125 5.00
’l7 Maxwell chassis ........ 145 6.50
’l6 Maxwell touring 145 5.50
*l7 Maxwell touring i6S 6.00
’l7 Maxwell coupe 195 6.50
Overland 83, touring ....... 145 6.50
’l7 Oakland 6 speedster 245 6.50
’l7 Helen touring 245 6.50
Franklin 6, touring ......... 395 7.00
Packard 6, touring 745 9.00
Cadillac 8, touring 495 8.00
Ford Form-a-truck 145 5.00
No brokerage. No red tape. If you are
honest we want your business.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO
PARTS AND TIRE CO.
Main 2638. 518 N. Cap. Auto. 22-019
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
I 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.
AKI.ANI) KEN SI BEE ~SIX; LOOK S
like anew car. Better snap this car
quick, a* It Is a bargain.
TIIE MOTOR MART
140 N. Delaware St.. Main 1984
Opposite Public Market.
~FORD TOURING
Winter top; A-l me< hanlcal condition;
good tires; price. $525. Open Sunday. _
MUTUAL SALES CO..
427 North Meridian. Main 3549.
’ DODGE ROADSTER
; Winter top. A-l mechanical condition;
I recently overhauled. MUTUAL SALES CO..
427 North Meridian street. Open Sunday.
MITCHELL CHUMMY
roadster, rebuilt and repainted; all new
tires, priced right. MUTUAL SAI,ES
CO.. 427 North Meridian. Open Sunday.
~ maxwell'’
touring car. 1918. fine mechanical condi
tion. bargain. MUTUAL SALES CO.
Main 3549, or 527 North Meridian St.
MWUKLI. IfMS TOURING; BEST
light iar in town at the price we
1 offer It. Terms over twelve monthly pay
i ments. DIETZ-JAMES. 334 East Market.
Main 5716.
INTER STATE ROADSTER. WITH W IN
ter top; In A-l shape, good tires and
good paint. Bargain price. DIETZ
JAMES, 334 East Market street. Main
i 5716.
COLE EIGHT ROADSTER
Rebuilt; in A-l condition; bargain if sold
:at once. MUTUAL SALKS CO.. 427 North
Meridian. Open Sunday.
CHEVROLET ROYAL MAuTrOADSTER,
Jurt the car for a city salesman, terms,
over twelve monthly payments. DIETZ
JA'IES. 334 East Market. Main 5716.
MV XWEiT. ROADSTER; PRACTICALLY
new tires; excellent condition. Terms
over twelve monthly payments. DIETZ
JAMES, 334 East Market. Main 5716.
0\ EH LA N D 7.-. B KOA I>ST E R ; * GOOD
Gres, oterhauled. Good buy for city
salesman. DIETZ-JAMES SALKS CO.. 334
East Market street. Main 6716.
TRUCKS—FOR SALE.
QARFGRD
TRUCKS
For Low Cost
Ton-Mile
MIL FiM
Distributor, 33 S. Senate Ave.
V
APEX TRUCKS
1 Ton. 154 Ton. 2V4 Ton.
ROMAIN APEX TRUCK CO..
Indiana Distributor,
3009 Central Ave.
Auto. 43-705. Bell, North <650.
ONE KISSEL IVi-TON TRUCK; GOOD
condition, cab and stake body; cheap
for S6OO. Had to have larger truck.
Phone Prospect 370. J. HENRY AMT
CO.
AUTOMOBILES-^WANTEP.
AUTOS WANTED
Wo 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.
61* North Capitol.
Auto. 23-019. Main 2635.
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.
AUTOS WANTED
We pay cash. No delay for your money.
It le here for you. Come In or call.
I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
119 N. Illinois st. Malu 1571. Auto. 31-068.
We also buy Junk care.
AUTOS WANTED
We pay highest prices for used care.
See us before you sell your car.
MERRIT SALES CO.,
$32 North Capitol avenue.
Call for L. M. Golas. Main 4292.
WE BUY, SELIT'aND EXCHANGE
, used cars.
STATE USED CAR MARKET
235 North Pennsylvania. Main 2246.
W. W. FANCHER.
CAPITOL AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO.
Is buying and selling used cars, tlrea,
tubes and parts ct 75 per cent of list.
819 North Illinois. Main 6090.
AUTOS AND TRUCKS FOR HIRE
DO YOUR OWN DRIVING
Go v here you please, day or night.
” the car at prices cheaper
than owning n car.
U-DRIVE AUTO SERVICE
At Hoosler Auto Laundry, Back of Keith’s
Theater. Main 6921.
AUTO REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES.
- AUTO I'AINTING
Get that Ford painted this month. $lO
and up. Other cars In proportion. All
work guaranteed. D. FLEMING, painter,
20 West Wabash street.
AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty. 322-334 North Illinois.
S & S Auto Laundry
LOWEST PRICED HIGH GRADE BAT
tery made.
DIXIE STORAGE BATTERY CO.
Main 5181. 529 Massachusetts ave.
O' NK MAN AUTO ~ TOPsTsTdr CURT
tains, seat and radiAtor covers. PER
FECTION AUTO TOP CO., 1107 Udell
street. North 645.
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES'
CASH PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
motorcycles. FLOYD PETERMAN,
809 Massachusetts avenue. ,
DID YOU SELL ITT
If not try the automobile columns of
Tks Times Want Ada. /
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE.
Cash or Payments
W. 33rd St.
Eight-room, high-gr.icfe'
modern; furnace, bath,
hardwood floors, dou
ble basement; elegantly
finished.
For terms
see
Indianapolis
Securities Cos.
Frank K. Sawyer, Pres.
Third Floor Law Bldg.
Sue I HAVE on Cottage avenue.
on the south side, one elght
room 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. 208
American Central Life Bldg.. Circle 6600;
evenings, Irvington 338.
East Now York St.
Eight rooms, modern,
bath, furnace, double
basement, electric lights,
hardwood floors.
Cash or Payments
Indianapolis
Securities Cos.
Frank K. Sawyer, Pres.
Third Floor Law Bldg.
I —xy *rt y 2528-30 English Ave., 2643-
Vs 45 Southeastern Ave.; 4-
. apartment house will rent
$5,609; four years old, In
g.iod condition; modern; terms. GEO. A
LUCAS. Realtor, 208 American Central
Life. Circle 6600. Evenings. Irv. 33g.
Cash or Payments
W. 29th St.
6-room dwelling, semi
modern. Easy terms.
see
Indianapolis
Securities Cos.
Frank K. Sawyer, Pres.
Third Floor Law Bldg.
Sri Two eeven-room modern
homes, near Fletcher avenue
>A and Noble, $3,250 and $3,000,
J. VX respectively. GEORGE A.
LUCAS. Realtor. 208 Amer
ican Central Life. Circle 6600; evening.
Irvington 338.
Easy Payments
Cottage In Ben Davis district;
new and choice.
Indianapolis
Securities Cos.
Frank K. Sawyer, Pres.
Third Floor. Law Building.
Desirable Residence, 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; SI,OOO cash, S3O per
month.
See Mr. Mclnteer with
I. N. Richie & Son, Realtors
151 East Market. Main 620
Evenings and Sunday call Irv. 2324
GOOD 5-ROOM
Cottage on South Warman. $1,850. Terms.
Good 5-room double in 600 block on South
Warman. $3,100. Terms.
STATE SAVINGS AND TRUST CO.,
W. 8. Montague,
Main 4515. Rea. Belmont 2037.
COLORED BUYERS
200 HOMES ON EASY TERMS
Good location, prices reasonable, a
square deal to all. See me before buying.
F. G. BULLUP. 1349 North Senate Ave.,
Circle 4956. Auto. 26-719.
Twenty .seventh st., west, near
Clifton, six-room semi-modern. Price,
32.500, SSOO cash and remainder easy
monthly payments.
H. G. MONEN,
405 Peoples Bank Bldg.,
Main 3138-
STt y’ Seven-room modern resi-
V/ dence. Irvington; 34,500 for
a few days. GEORGE A.
A Yh. LUCAS. 208 American Cen
tral Life. Circle 6800.
Evenings and Sundays. Irvington 338.
-ROOM HOUSE, MADISON
close In, $2,700; S2OO cash, $25
monthly.
W. H. COOPER & CO.,
Sri T- Gladstone, near Washing
ton; doyble; five rooms to a
side: modern; $5,500. GEO.
/. l\. A. LUCAS, Realtor, 20S
American Central Life. Cir
cle 6600. Evenings, Irvington 338.
Choice large Lot “near maple
road boulevard, within two squares oi
Fair Grounds; $lO cash, balance $1 week
ly. 640 Lemcke Annex. Main 1409.
ODERN FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE, 224
South Rural; a large lot; excellent
buy; price 32.600. 31.200 cash will handle.
W. D. WOODS, Irvington 3164,
F~ I YE-ROOM IIOM E, 401 TROWBRIDGE
St., plenty of fruit; very large lot; won
derful buy; 32,000, S7OO cash will handle.
W. D. WOODS, Irvington 3164.
NORTH —FIFTY MODERN AND SEMI
- cash or easy terms. F. G.
BULLUP. 1349 North Senate. Circle 4956,
Auto. 26-719.
East— seventy-fi vk fine homes
on easy terms. F. G. BULLUP. 1349
North Senate Ave., Circle 4956, Auto.
26-719.
Eight-room home, modern except fur
nace, Tacoma near New York; $3,300.00;
terms. Wd. 3400 after 7:30.
Seven rooms, semi-mcdern, on paved
street, garßge; 33.000. 3700 cash, 330 per
month. Wd. 7024.
Seven-room modern, garage. paved
Street; S7OO cash, S3O monthly. N. 7476
after 6:30.
Bargain in irviSgton, almost
new, double tlned, 6-room semi
modern, $2,300; part terms. Main 6704.
‘ INDIANA TRUST CV*.
Balia real aetata collects rant writes
Are laetiranoe.
For sale—on account of death
the McHotel. Phone Harrison 671.
Sns equity in lot. will sell
for SIOO. Call Prospect 8079.
South side modern home, five rooms,
gara*’.-. paved street. Main 142.
I.CAN BELL YOUR WE
D. WOODS. Irvington 3164.
Home north, five rooms and garage,
modern; terms. Main 107.
DON'T OMIOL
If yea really went It back. Insert a
■Ball ad In the "Lost and Found" eat*
Mans of The Timas and is wilt aeon M
retains*. Shone Mata Ufa. Ante. MOIL
TUB HR MOB Ufin URB
X among Times Want Ada. ,
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE.
NOW IS THE ~
TIME TO BUY
VACANT LOTS.
We are offering
many real bar
gains in all parts
of city.
PAYMENT
PLAN IF
DESIRED.
INDIANAPOLIS
SECURITIES
COMPANY.
FRANK K
SAWYER,
President.
Third Floor.
Law Bldg.
REAL ESTATE-—WAVeTED.
Modern home from owner, mill
pay from $4,000 to $4,500 for same.
Prefer southeast, near Fountain square, or
northeast. Give full description
answer. No agents. Address A No. 833,
Times.
E HAVE 125 CUSTOMERS NOW PA
tlei tly waiting for proeprty in North
Indianapolis, some have cash and some
want payments, f'all us today for quick
action. E. E. SHELTON, North 1866.
Auto. 49-715. (
Let me sell yoi"r property!
customers ready. F. G. BULLUP.
1349 North Senate Ave., Circle 4956. Auto.
26-719.
SUBURBAN PLACE, SOUTH OR WEST;
about 1 acre, 5 or 6-roora house,
garage. Cash. Address A No. 2954.
Times.
Have customers for five and six-room
houses on south side. If yours is for sale
call us. Slain 107.
From owner, five to seven-room house,
not necessarily modern, cash. Main 142.
FARMS—FOR SALE.
AV>A<VWWVVWWWWWW9^va^VWVM
20 ACRES
For Sale —On Norristown pike. Shelby
county; four-room house, hard and
soft water in summer kitchen. riIcJCeTP"
houses. sixty-foot bain, stock well, fruit
trees; $275 per acre.
6-ACRE SUMMER HOME
Or truck farm, on pike and Flat Rock
river; five-room house, porch. cellar,
drilled well, chicken houses, barn, some
fruit, alfalfa; $2,500. Both for March pos
session If sold immediately. W. E. HAW
KINS, R. 3. Flat Rock, Ind.
120 ACRES, NEW SIX-ROOM BUNGA-
Iow, good barn, plenty good water,
orchard, three miles from Interurban,
five miles from county seat, one-half mile
to school, one and one-half miles to
church, thirty acres timber; SSO per acre.
A. J. APPLEGATE, Scottsburg. Ind.. R. 2.
2m 00 ACRES; JENNINGS COUNTY 7
beautiful home; sacrifice to settle es
tate; $14,000. Write owner for description.
L. R. REAM, North Vernon. Ind.
FARMS—TO LET,
2m 40 ACRES GOOD LAND; CASH RENT.
Payment June and December. Ad
dress A No. 832. Times.
WISCONSIIN FARM LANDS.
LAN DO LOGY, A MAGAZINE GIVING
the facts In regard to the land situa
tion. Three months' subscription. FREE.
If for a home or as an Investment you
are thinking of buying good farm lands,
simply write me a letter and say, '’Matt
me LANDOLOGY and all particular*
FREE.” Address Editor. Landology,
Skidmore Land Cos.. 113 Skidmore bldg.f ’
Marinette, Wls. •
BUSINESS CHANCES. ~~
Rm OOMING HOUSE FOR SALE—LEAV-
Ing city to x go on farm. Will sell my
8-room rooming house; velvet rugs, some
mahogany f -.rniture; weekly income from
$19.75 to $27; rent is $45 per month; walk
ing distance. Price, SBSO cash, or will
consider $550 cash and rt*t In easy pey
ments. Immediate possession. Circle 6236.
WANTED— H IST LING MAN OB WOM
an with tew hundred for "Worlds
Chautauqua,” Business will net ever
$30,000 yearly. Permanent and honorable.
Bonanza. DR. SOUTHERS, Hotel Lorraine.
FEATHERS
Bought# sold, renovated, mattresses and
& Plows made to order. Est. 18*6. E. F.
lUKKLE. 416 Mass. ave. Main 1428. New
23-775.
HOOFERS
Asphalt roll roofing and shingles, repair
ing and recoattng roofs and gutters.
LASHBROOK BROS. CIRCLE 3056
For sale—small confectioners^
husband dead, wife leaving town. Call
801 Indiana Ave.. or Circle 1549.
Foil SALE OR LEASE—ELECTRIC
shoe-shop. Prospect 8736.
TAILORS AND CLEANERS.
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 26-841 Circle 690.
Q Tit WEARING READY - MADE PANTS.
We make them to your measure. $5.09
and up. LEON TAILORING CO.. 131
East New York street. Walk up one
Right.
APITOL GARMENT CLEAN BM, sfSf
North Capitol avenue. Main 5477.
Main 4160. Auto 21-241.
I. SCHWARTZ, TAILOR AND CLEAN -
$3 er. 31 Kentucky avenue,
The beet bargains In autoznobnes are
listed under Automobiles and Supplies In
The Times Want Ad columnm.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
STORAGE CHEAPEST
( \y/ RATES IN CITY. CALL
r US. Everything at rea
sonable price. Packed,
I J II shipped anywhere.
tS Locked room If desired.
30 West Henry. Main 4699.
BRITTON TRANSFER
Moving and light hauling; trunks and
baggage. QUICK SERVICE, S9 East
Wash street. Prospect 3848.
SHANK FURNITURE AND STORAGE
CO.. 227-229 North New Jersey street.
Phone Main 2023.
L'oCAL ANIfovERLAND HAULING. Os
K. TRANSFER CO., 933 East Wash
ington street. Prospect SB(2.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
PLAYER-PIANO; MUST SELL At
once; good as new. North 4331.
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