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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.
823 North Delaware street.
McKAHAN"& WILHITE
37 West Thirteenth street. Main >2l>.
J. C. WILSON
12S0 Prospect. Auto. 51-671. Progpeet 822.
Funeral director!*—
WM. E. KRIEGER,
New 21-154. Main 1454, 1402 N. Illinois.
UNDERTAKERS. ~~
y W. T. BLASENGYM
1635 Shelby St. Pros. 2570. Auto. 51-114.
Undertakers— hisei & titus. si
North Del. New 26-564. Main 3630.
DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICES
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JENNIES, MARIA J.—DIED MARCH 1#
at 5 p. m. Services at home, 1216
Eugene street, Sunday. March 21, at 1:30
p. m. Burial at West' Newton.
Roberts, rev. john Alexander—
Aged 80 years, passed away Friday,
March 19. Funeral Sunday. March 21 at
3:30 p. m., at Shirley Bros.’ chapel, 2816
East Washington. Friends invited. Burial
at Shelbyville, Ind.. with short services at
cemetery, between 10:30 and 11 on Mon
day. Shelbyville papers please copy.
ROSS, MRS. SUSAN ELLA—DIED
March 19, 1920. Wife of T. E. Ross.
Funeral service at her home at 2049 W.
Washington street, Monday evening at 8
o’clock Interment at Palmyra, 111. Body
will be shipped Tuesday morning, March
23. Friends invited.
CARD OF THANKS.
O.VRD of thanks—we desire to
thank our friends and neighbors for
their help and kindness during the illness
and death of our beloved daughter. Jose
phine. Also for their beautiful floral of
ferings. Also desire to thank the rev
erend fathers of St. Patrick’s parish, the
Sisters of Providence and the school chil
dren for their kindness and for the beau
tiful manner In which the services were
conducted., MR. AND MF.S. REUBEN
VOHLER. I
CARD OF THANKS—WE DESIRE TO
express our heartfelt thanks to our
many neighbors and .friends for the sym
pathy and kindness shown during the
illness and death of out beloved husband
and father, Isaac N. Taylor. Also for the
many flowers. Especially do we wish to
thank Mr. W. T. Blasengym for his ef
ficient services. Wife and stepdaughter,
MAGGIE TAYLOR. RUTH BAYS.
IN MEMORIAM.
IN MEMORIAM—IN LOVING REMEM
brance of Icy E. Wolfa. who departed
this life, March 20. 1918.
Jwo long years the sudden call
Os one sc dearly loved by all.
Sad was the news, shock severe:
We did not know the end so near.
Sc as she lies in peaceful sleep
Her memory we shall always keep.
HARRY WOLFA AND CHILDREN.
~ CHURCH NOTICES.
First Church of Christ,
Scientist
Meridian and Twentieth streets. Sunday
services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday
school at 11 a. m. Wednesday evening
testlmonal meeting at 8 o’clock. Reading
rooms at 806 Kahn building, are open
dally, except Sunday, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
and Wednesday when they close at 6
p. m.
QHKISTIAN SCIENCE—
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST.
Delaware and Twelfth sts
Sunday services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school at 9:30 and 11 a- m.
Wednesday evening testimonial meeting
at 8 o’clock. Reading room, 611 Odd Fei
lov bldg.; open daily from 10 a. m. to 9
p. m. except Wednesday, when It Is closed
at ■> p. m. Open Sunday from 2 to 5 p. m.
QHRISTIAN SCIENCE
THIRD CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST.
3350 Washington boulevard.
Sunday services 11 a. m. and 8 p. tn.
Sunday school 9.15 a. m. Wednesday eve
ning testimonial meeting at 8 o'clock.
Reading room at 205 East Thirty-fourth,
open daily from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.. ex
cept Wednesday, when it is closed at 5
p. m. Open Sunday from 2-5 p. m.
PROGRESSIVE SPIRITUALIST
CHURCH
Corner North and Pennsylvania streets.
Metropoliton School of Music. Services
every Sunday at 7:45 p. m. Lecture by the
REV. BESSIE MAY BELLMAN
member of the National Spiritualist asso
ciation Subject, "Alpha and Omega."
Messages will be given by
MRS. ANNA THRONDSEN
The Ladies’ Aid will meet at the home
of Mrs. Throndsen, 1633 College avenue, on
Tuesday at 2 p. m. Everybody Invited
and made welcome to all these services.
THE FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH,
608 North Liberty street, will hold
services Sunday at 7:45 p. m Rev. Benja
min F. Hayden, ordained by the National
Spiritualist association, will deliver a lec
ture, followed by messages. On Wednes
day afternoon and evening the Ladles' Aid
will hold regular message servlse. Strang
ers receive convincing proof that "life Is
Continuous.’’ Every one made welcome.
LOST AND FOUND.
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Lost— bench of keys at pobt
offlce or downtown district. T. P. A.
tag. Return to Hook's, Illinois and
Washington. Reward. E. D. ANTONIDEB.
Lost— thirty-second degree ma
sonic emblem. Leave with J. J. ROL
LBR, corner Senate anc Washington st.
PERSONALS.
TO THE BUSINESS PUBLIC—I WILL
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted by Melvlna Carr after appearance
of this notice. D. G. CARR.
Frank Fitzgerald, lawyer; gen
eral practice all courts. Office 421
Peoples Bank Bldg. 134 East Market st.
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOB
any debts made by my wife. T. H.
IRVIN.
NOTICES. ~
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PART
NERSHIP.
Notice Is hereby given that C. C. Merz
has withdrawn from the Merz Motor
company. The business will be continued
by John E. Merz at 450 and 452 Massa
chusetts avenue, Indianapolis.
TAI LOR SAN dUIEAnVrS,
CLEAN ’EM UP
Capitol Garment Cleaners
M. A. GITHENS.
SERVICE!
SERVICE!
SERVICE!
1246 North Capitol avenue. Main 54TL
Main 4160. Auto. 21-241.
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 6*o.
QLTTWEARING READY MADE PANTS.
We make them to your measure, 25.00
and up. LEON TAILORING CO.. 121
East New York street. Walk up one
eight.
I.' SCHWARTZ, TAILOR AND CLEAN
ED er 21 Kentucky avenue Main 267*.
MA LETHETP-^WA NT ED. ~~
' CABINET MAKEKS
If you are a good workman and ap
preciate a congenial Job, we have It for
you. Permanent work In a well-equipped
progressive factory. Fifty hours a week
—half day Saturday year around. Our pol
icies are fair and liberal. Can use sev
eral good men immediately.
HOLCOMB & HOKE MFG. CO.
Shelby Car to Belt. Three Blocks East.
25 LABORERS
ILLINOIS AND SOUTH STS.
REPORT 7 A. M. MONDAY.
r'O LIVE SALESMEN TO CALL ON
merchants; good proposition; no
competition. 16 Wban building.
MALE HELP—WANTED.
4
Nordyke
Marmora Cos.
Ky. Ave. arad Morris St.
offers excellent opportuni
ties in the
following classifications
INSPECTOR
MILLWRIGHT
MILLWRIGHT HELPER
AUTOMATIC AND
HAND SCREW MA
CHINE MACHINIST
VARNISH FINISHER
HANDY MAN
CRATER
LABORER.
EXPERIENCED
HEM
Ml
floor
MIMS
RfIiDWEOT
EMI (SSs
HOT Ml
MARTINDALE
Laborers for con
struction work. Ice
house, Hill Yard,
two squares beyond
end of Prospect car
line on Big Four R.
R. A. J. Yawger &
Cos.
CAPABLE YOUNG MAN
A good stenographer and Under
wood tvgißt with some office and fil
ing experience as clerk for head of
service department. Convenient
hours and excellent working condi
tions. Very good opportunity.
PREST-O-LITE CO., INC.
Speedway
1163. * 3-17-20.
WANTED EXPER l-
ENCED TAILOR FOR
ALTERATIONS ON
MEN’S CLOTHING.
GOOD WORKING CON
DITIONS ANI) WAGES.
APPLY L. STRAUSS &
CO.
CARPENTERS
FOR FLASK WORK,
PATTERN MAKERS,
LABORERS,
MOLDERS.
ELECTRIC STEEL CO.
OF INDIANA.
Speedway
f Match Your Coat i jj|pk
THE PANTS BUf
48 W OHIO ST. Near 111.
110 E. MARKET ST. Near Penn.
WAN TED - fTrS~T
CLASS AUTO ME
CHANIC. APPLY FIRST
FLOOR SERVICE OF
FICE, THE GIBSON CO.,
CAPITOL AVE. AND
MICHIGAN ST. _
STEADY JOB FOR
HANDY MAN WHO
CAN DO CARPENTER
WORK. THOMAS MAD
DEN SON & CO., BIG
FOUR AND FLETCHER.
IMPERIAL DROP FORGE CO.
has opening for experienced machin
ists, night shift. Apply employment
dept., 610 S. Harding.
Dye house helper wanted.
318 Chesapeake St. French
Steam Dye Works. See
Mr. Betschey.
Average *125 month; railway
mall clerks; hundreds needed. List
positions open, free. Write FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE. Dept. 96-C. Rochester. N. Y.
WANTED EXPERIENCED FIREMEN
on chain grate stokers. Apply MR.
RAY, Union Traction Power House, An
derson. Ind.
ANTED NAMES MEN WISHING
become Indianapolis mail carriers;
3100-3135 month. Address A No. 2962,
Times.
Night watchman wanted—white!
Apply MR. DONAHUE. Room #O6
Merchants Bank bldg. j
Male help—wanted.
SKILLED MEN
WE WANT GOOD,
EXPERIENCED MEN
For
LATHES,
LAYOUT BENCH,
BORING MILLS,
SCREW MACHINES,
INSPECTORS,
ASSEMBLERS.
Night Force.
Chance for day force in two
months; best working conditions.

Apply
Employment Office
MIDWEST ENGINE
COMPANY
19th and Martindale.
mwm
mssm
GOOD WAGES
GOOD CONDITIONS
Apply
INDIANAPOLIS
CORDAGE CO.
South Meridian and
Belt R. R.
AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES
We want an agent In every city
and town to sell new guaranteed
automobile batteries. Agents can
not lose mohey. and sure to make
big profits.
BATTERY DISTRIBUTING CO.
607 Mass. Ave., Indianapolis, ind.
THE Circle Theater
lias openings for
three young men, ages
17 to 21 yrs. Good {lay
ing, steady positions.
Apply 10 a. m. tomor
row.
HELPERS
BLACKSMITH
HELPERS
LABORERS
INSLEY MFG. CO.
Olney and East St. Clair.
OLETMEN OR BOYS TO
OFF-BEAR WOOD
WORKING MACHINES.
THOMAS MADDEN SON
& CO., BIG FOUR AND
FLETCHER.
PRESSER
on garment pressing ma
chine. French Steam Dye
Works, “The Garment
Cleaners,” 49 Monument
Circle.
MEN between the ages 21
and 45 for platform work
at night. Also stable men.
See Mr. Kennedy, Ameri
can Railway Express Cos.,
255 S. Meridian St.
Men, boys and colored
women wanted. S. Key
stone Ave and Belt R. R.
Take Prospect car to end
of line. Fairmount Glass
Works.
WANTED LABORERS.
18TH AND MILL. IN
DIANAPOLIS LIGHT &
HEAT CO.
WANTED ELEVATOR
BOY, COLORED. IN
DIANA TRUST CO. SEE
SUPT., ROOM 320.
Men. women and girls wanted
for U. S. government life Job*. Com
mence 3100 month. Quick raise. Vaca
tions with pay. Pleasant work. Short
hours. Common education sufficient. Pull
unnecessary. Write Immediately for free
list of positions open. FRANKLIN IN
STITUTE. dept. 94-C. Rochester, N. Y.
Railway mail clerks are of
fered 51,300 entrance salary with pro
motions to 12,125. For full particulars
and preparation, write INDIANA CIVIL
SERVICE SCHOOL, }57 N. Illinois at.,
room 207, Indianapolis, Indiana.
25 LABORERS
NEW YORK AND MERIDIAN
REPORT 7 A. M. MONDAY.
Young man over? i to work An
typewriter shop and to deliver.
CLARK TYPEWRITER SHOP. 18 West
Market St., second floor.
COLORED b6y“ FOR LIGHT PORTER
work. LUDWIG ECONOMY MILLI
NERY. 314 E. Washngton.
WANTED —Barber; good wages and prices.
Open shop. SEKLBACH HOTEL, Louis
ville, Ky\
"safety razorTblades
sharpened. TUTTLEDGE. 201 Indiana ava.
COLORED BOY? PORTER WORK;
liVir days. LUDWIG’S ECONOMY
MILLINERY.
ERBASfcipY WANTED—THE HAVER.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1920.
MALE HELP—WANTED.
AAAAA
THE
PREST-O-LITE
CO., INC.
HAS OPENED A
DOWNTOWN
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE
AT
S. ILLINOIS ST.
THIRD FLOOR.
FULL INFORMATION
GIVEN ALL APPLICANTS
IN REGARD TO THE DE
TAILS OF ANY OPENINGS
AT OUR SPEEDWAY
PLANTS.
CALL AT YOUR CONVEN
IENCE ANY TIME BE
TWEEN 7 A. M. AND 8 P. M.
IF MORE CONVENIENT
THE SPEEDWAY EMPLOY
MENT OFFICE IS ALSO
OPEN BETWEEN 7:30 A. M.
AND 5 P. M.
LAiOIRiERO
lIEAIV WORK
MIDWEST EHCIME 00.
•18TH AND
MARTIHDAIE
W anted Experi
enced coat hands on
ladies’ alterations; and
also skirt hands; steady
positions and good pay
to experienced people.
Apply Mr. Fritz, 6th
tloor.
THE WM. H. BLOCK CO.
DRAFTSMEN,
DETAILERB
and
TRACERS.
MIDWEST ENGINE CO.
19th and Martindale.
BOY WANTED
to work in advertising department of The
Dally Tlmea, good, steady place with
chance for advancement Ask for Mil
ROBERTS
Helpers In heat-treat dept.; steady
work. Imperial Drop Forge Cos.,
610 3. Harding St.
SALESMEN—WANTED.
- rr-i-K-wu-xr
SALESMEN
ATTENTION
Anticipating the greatest
growth for Indianapolis and
for Indiana that any Ameri
can city or state has ever ex
perienced; having the vision
of a GREATER INDIANA P
OLIS—A GREATER INDIANA
—an Indiana corporation voted
yesterday to inaugurate the
most extensive financing cam
paign ever launched in the
state.
Salesmen in every Indiana
city, with or without experi
ence, address (with, refer
ences) VICE PRESIDENT.
P. O. Box 271, Indianapolis,
U. S. A.
STOCK SALESMAN
LIVE. ENERGETIC SALESMAN
OF GOOD ADDRESS TO FOL
LOW UP LEADS SECURED
THOUGH ADVERTISING AND
CIRCULARS. STOCK SOLD UN
DER PLAN THAT ABSOLUTE
LY GUARANTEES INVESTOR’S
PRINCIPAL. CALL PERSON
ALLY. 1104 ODD FELLOW BLDG.
Great opportunity for iocal
and road mon, selling our auto and
general lubricating oil*, house paints, barn
paints, asbestos roof kote, etc. Attractive
proposition. MURPHY & LANGE CO.,
Cleveland, O.
STOCK SALESMAN. O. K. GIANT BAT
tery Cos. Dry rechargeable batteries.
Call Prospect 9167. Pembroke Arcade.
Room 12. HAYES & KENNEDY, District
Sales Managers.
STOCK SALESMAN, FART TIME MAN.
Call Prospect 9167. Pembroke Arcade,
Room 12. HAYNES & KENNEDY. Dis
trict Sales Managers.
SALESMEN— -25; CAPABLE O*' JSAKN-
Ing 5300 a month commission. COM
PUTING VISIBLE MEASURE PUMP
COMPANY, 1642 West Washington.
WANTED— BOY WITH WHEEL; *lO
per week. INDIANAPOLIS BLUE
PRINT AND SUPPLY CO., seventh floor
Century bldg.
AGENTS—WANTED.
AGENTS— *100 WEEKLY AND AUTO
mobile furnished agents everywhere
introducing marvelous new automobile in
vention. Doubles efficiency and life of any
oar. Saves its cost first day. Territory
going tike wildfire; 526 sample outfit free
Write quick. OVEE COMPANY, dept.
488. Louisville. Ky.
WATER STILLS OF EXTRA HEAVY
copper for distilling water for auto
mobile batteries and drinking water; one
gallon and four gallon capacity. Prices
prepaid 122.50 and 860. Agents wranted.
STANLEY COMPANY, Dept. B-114, 412
Standard Trust bldg., Chicago.
WIDE AWAKE MAN TO TAKE
charge of our local trade; $4.00 to
$6.00 a day steady. No experience re
quired; pay starts at once. Write today.
AMERICAN PRODUCTS CO., 383 Ameri
can Bldg., Cincinnati, O.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
ATTRACTIVE
POSITIONS
OPEN TO
YOUNG WOMEN
Between Ages of
16 and 25
IN
TELEPHONE
• WORK.
Apply
Room 522,
CENTRAL UNION
TELEPHONE BLDG.
MACHINE AND GENER
AL WORK. CAN USE
BOTH EXPERIENCED
AND INEXPERIENCED.
GOOD STEADY RATES,
WITH ADVANCEMENT.
ROCKWOOD MFG. CO.,
1801 ENGLISH AVE.
mm
Apply
MIDWEST ENGINE
CO.
19th & Martindale.
Wanted Experi
enced coat hands,
on ladies’ alterations;
and also skirt hands;
steady position and
good pay to experi
enced people. Apply
to Mr. Fritz, sixth
floor.
THE WM. 11. BLOCK CO.
EX PER 1 E NCE D TAI
LOR ESS FOR ALTERA
TION S <> N M EN’S
CLOTHING. GOOD
WOK KING CON DITIONS
AND WAGES. APPLY
L. STRAUSS & CO.
women
18 to 30 years of age for
light factory work.
HARRY B. MAHAN BOX
CO.
320 \V. South St.
Wanted —Girls for light,
clean factory work. En
graving department, Wm.
B. Burford.
COLORED girls for kitch
en work. Apply Fletch
er Case, basement Fletcher
Savings & Trust Bldg.
GIRLS WANTED OVER
16. CENTURY BIS
CUIT CO., BLACKFORD
AND NEW YORK.
GIRLS, white, for cafeteria
work. Fletcher’s Case,
Basement Fletcher Savings
& Trust Bldg.
GOOD HOME FOR WHITE
WOMAN OR GIRL
General housework; light work; family
of three; good wage*. references required.
1341 North Delaware street. North 87*7.
Four young wonnr, graduates
of high school, prefer these without
previous business experience; good salary
to start with, promising permanent future.
Apply In own haudwrlting, stating salary
expected. Address A No. K4S, Times.
UN. GOVERNMENT WANTS GIKI.S,
■ women, 18 up. Well paid, pleasant
positions. Short hours. Paid vacation.
List positions free. Write Immediately.
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. Cls-C.
Rochester, N. Y.
Lady of refinement to take
charge of home and nine-months old
baby for business woman. Home privi
leges and good wages. Call 1311 Mer
chants Bank bldg.
”WOMISN WANTED
XV. D. HUFFMAN PRESERVING CO.,
St. Clair and Canal.
WANTED— Hoi BEKJBEPEH, in NORTH
Mount street, call after 4 o'clock;
permanent place to right party. Bel
mont 2203.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WHITE
girl for general housework; no wash
ing; three In family; reference. Irvlng
ton 251.
WANTED— A GOOD RELIABLE HOUSK
keeper; ago between 35 and 40; good
home. 512 per week. Call at once, 826
Union street. Prospect 6218.
L" adiesTto take course in hair
dressing, manicuring, etc.. Day and
evening classes. North 4701.
COUNTER GIRL W A NTTID—NO SUN
day work. BOSTON DAIRY LUNCH.
116 N. Delaware St.
Stress—w hite; wages s per
week with room, board and laundry.
Call Main 2076.
Young saleslady for jewelry
store. Call at 162 North Illinois.
G~ IRI S TO LINE HATH. I.UDWIG
OMY MILLINERY. JL4 E. Washington.
WANTED— KITCIIEN GIRL. UNION
STATION RESTAURANT.
~~ BUSINESS SERVICES. ~
SPRING STYLES NOW
On Display
“BETTER CLOTHES”
FOR MEN
Every suit we make to your measure la
a ''masterpiece," the work of a master de
signer, whose sole duty Is to study men’s
requirements and fulfill them.
You will find genuine delight in our dis
play of fabrics and fashions for spring.
Now Is the time to order.
Suits and overcoats to your measure, $45,
|56. 265, 275 and up.
Trousers, SB, 210, sl2, $lO, $lB and up.
W. G. SCHNEIDER
39 W. Ohio st.
Be sure you are in the right place.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
BARGAINS
USED CARS
LOTS OF THEM
We have on our floor the following:
CHEVROLET 4-90
INTER-STATE TOURING
MAXWELL TOURING
PACKARD 6 TOURING
OAKLAND SPEEDSTER
SAXON 4 ROADSTER
SCRIPPS-BOOTH ROADSTER
FORD TOURING
GRANT 6 TOURING
REJO 4 TOURING
Some as low as SIOO down. No
brokerage. We handle our own deals.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO
PARTS AND TIRE CO.
518 North Capitol.
Open evenings.
THE MOTOR MART.
Opposite Public Market.
High class new and used automobiles.
We guarante square dealing and we guar
antee all of our cars against defects for
thirty days.
TERMS TO RESPONSIBLE PARTIES.
140 N. Delaware St.
Open Evenings and Sundays. Main 1984.
HONEST VALUES
IN USED CARS
If it’s a used car that you are in the
market for we are ure that we can sat
isfy you.
Our used car department contains a most
unusual display of automobiles—a variety
of makes, models and prices.
These cars have been thoroughly over
hauled and repainted so that they look
almost like new. Many of them have a U
new tires. Terms If desired.
Used Car Department Second Floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY
Corner Michigan and Capitol.
SPECIAL
SALE
for this week only
Rulck 4 roadster, excellent running con
dition; 5 good tires; 3575; term*.
1917 Ford touring; r.ew tires. giew
paint; has been remodeled. 3375 for this
week.
1919 Maxwell coupe; this would be suit
able for a physician; A-l condition as
good a* new. 3575 this week.
1916 Dodge roadster, In first-class condi
tion; can be bougb* for $675 this week
only.
MERIT SALES CO.
332 North Capitol. Main 6292.
OVERLAND 90.
This car has been newly painted and i
put in first-class shape You will buy
this car after a demonstration. The !
price is right.
THE MOTOR MART
Opposite Public Market.
HO N Delaware. Main 1984. j
Grants
Three Model G. 1918, guaranteed in ex
cellent mechanical condition; paint al
most as good as new: tops and uphol
stery In the beet of condition; run 10,900.
4.200 and 9,500 miles. Either of these
cars ran be bought at an exceptionally
good bargain for quick action. THE MEL-
I VIN CO.. 13# N. Meridian circle 3391
OLDSMOBILE 8
This car is a 1919 demonstrator, ' tour
ing car. In A-l shape. We will be glad
to have any mechanic in town inspect
this car This is a bargain.
THE MOTOR MART
Opposite Public Market.
140 N. Delaware. Main 1984. |
CHANDLER
Chummy roadster. 1919; run less than
5,000 miles, cord tires and other extra
equipment. Can't tell from new car. Main j
601 Auto 23-641.
INDIANA BATTERY SERVICE STATION.
_ 1007 Meridian St.
w ILLYS- K NitJ HT elg h t c y Under; the
beauty of Indianapolis; five wire wheels,
five new cord tires; perfection windshields
and tnotometer; tire cover and everything
that goes to make a driving beauty. Let j
us demonstrate this car to you Sunday, i
THE MOTOR MART
Opposite Public Market.
14 0 N. Delaware. Main 1934,
STUTZ TOURING
Reflnlahed; dark green; five black wire
wheels; five cord tires; practically new.
Terms to suit purchaser.
NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE CO.
4? N. Capitol. _ Main 4758.
OVERLAND, 90; like new ; new paint, and
In A-l shape, you can buy this car right
and buy Sunday.
THE MOTOR MART
Opposite Public Market,
no N. Delaware. Main 1984. |
COLE AERO 8
Seven-passenger touring car, practically
newr. five cord tires. been driven six
months, for demonstration and price' call
National Automobile Cos.. 426 North Cap
itol. Main 4758.
OVERLAND SlX—Continental motor, good ■
tires; new paint; new gears and is like:
new; priced for quick sale.
THE MOTOR MART
Opposite Public Market.
140 N. Delaware. Main 1984. I
MAXWELL TOURING, nearly new tires, j
best light five-passenger car for economi
cal transportation; terms to suit pur
chaser. Dietz-James. 334 E. Market.
Main 5716. Open evenings and Sunday
morning.
ELCO LIGHT TOURING. ’
in A-l shape and at a drlve-away price.
THE MOTOR MART
Opposite Public Market.
140 N. Delaware. Main 1984.
OVERLAND 90
roadster, completely overhauled, repainted,
looks like now; six good tires. NATIONAL
AUTOMOTIVE CO.. 426 N. Capitol. Main I
4758.
BUICK, 1919—Touring. Like new. Cord !
tires and reflnlahed throughout. This ;
car Is priced for a quick sale.
TH E MOTOR MART
Opposite Public Market.
140 N. Delaware. Main 1984. j
CHEVROLET? 4SO touring; look~~and
runs like new; very economical car for
family use; terms to suit the purchaser.
Dietz-James, 334 East Market St. Main
5716. Open evenings and Sunday morning.
I WILL TRADE MY CHALMERS AS
part payment on 5-room bungalow.
This car is like new. Call at 204 East
Twenty-fourth street, or at 13 North Illi
nois street Jewelry store.
INTER-STATE—One of the late models,
in first-class shape, good fabric tires In
front and new Goodyear cords In rear;
this is a real car at a quick sale price.
THE MOTOR MART
Opposite Public Market.
140 N. Delaware. Main 1984.
INTER STATE KOADSTER. WITH WlN
ter top; in A-l shape; good tires and
good paint. Bargain price. DIETZ
JAMES. 384 East Market street. Main
6716.
OVERLAND Club, 1918, wire wheels, new
tires, new paint, new top. new uphol
stery and everything that goes to make
a nifty city car.
THE MOTOR MART
140 North Delaware.' Main 1984.
HUPMCBILE touring; practically ne t
tires, new pistons and rings; as good, as
new. Dietz-James, 834 East Market ,JSt.
Main 5716. Open evenings and Sunday
morning.
AUTO MOB! LES FOR SALE.
THE MOTOR MART
Opposite Public Market
We have a large assortment of
slightly used automobiles in first
class shape for your inspection.
A CAR FOR EVERY
POCKETBOOK
140 .N. Delaware St.
Phone Main 1984
Open Evenings and Sundays.
LEXINGTON 6. 1919; Continental motor;
five wire wheels; five cord tires; and. In
fact this car Is like new. A demonstration
will sell you this beauty at a price that is
absolutely below manufacturers’ cost.
THE MOTOR MART
Opposite Public' Market.
140 N. Delaware. Main 1984.
OAKLAND
Sensible 6, 7-passenger, In good running
condition. Very low price.
INDIANA BATTERY SERVICE CO.
Main 6411. 1007 N. Meridian. Auto. 23-641.
FORDS
Several Fords, all in A-l condition: at
almost any price to fit your pocketbook.
THE MOTOR MART
Opposite Public Market.
HO N. Delaware. Main 1984.
CHEVROLET—RoyaI Mall roadster; Just
the car for a city salesman; terms over
twelve monthly paymonts. Dietz-James,
334 E. Market st. Main 5716.
CHALMERS touring, in extra good shape.
This is a car you will be proud to own.
and at a price that will surprise you.
THE MOTOR MART
Opposite Public Market.
140 N. Delaware. Main 1984.
OVERLAND 758 ROADSTER; GOOD
tires; overhauled. Good buy for city
salesman. DIETZ-JAMES SALES CO.. 834
East Market street. Main 5716.
INTER-STATE touring, just overhauled,
good tires; nice family car. Dietz-James.
334 East Market. Main 6716. Open eve
nings and Sunday morning.
MONROE TOURING.~I9I9 model. This
car has been put in first-class shape, and
Is a real bargain at our price.
THE MOTOR MART
140 Delaware. Main 1954.
COLUMBIA SIX, demonstrator, at a big
discount, or trade on your car. See this
at once. Dietz-James, 334 East Market.
Main 5716.
CHUMMY ROADSTER, SIX-CYLINDER;’
terms or trade. DIETZ-JAMES. 324
E. Market.
COMMON WEALTH. 4-40 DIETZ-JAMES
Marlon county distributors. 334 E. Mar
ket.
SAXON six CHUMMY ROADSTER.
DIETZ-JAMES. 334 E. Market. Main
6716.
SAXON Six chummy roadster. Dietz-
James. 334 E. Market. Main 6716.
TRUCKS—FOR BALE.
BUIUK TRUCK ELECTRIC LIGHTS
and starter; pneumatic tires; 2new, 2
fair; palr.t new. Bargain. See D. E.
Rider for terms.
JONES-WHITAKER SALES CO.,
Department of Used Cara.
343 N. Capltol. Main 2346.
CHEVROLET 1-ton worm drive truck;
been used slightly; pneumatic tlrps. See
this at once. Terms if desired.
JONES-WHITAKER SALES CO.
Department of Used Cars.
343 N. Capitol Main 2345.
ONE KISSEL IV4-TON TRUCK; GOOD
condition; cab and stake body; cheap
for 5600. Had to hav“ larger truck.
l’hone Prospect 370. J. HENRY AMT CO.
AUTOMOBILES—WANTED.
AUTOS WANTED
CASH FOR YOUR CAR
We need them to supply
our demand.
We will pay up to $750
per ear.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO
PARTS AND TIRE CO.
518 N. Capitol.
Main 2638. Auto. 22-019.
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
W* pay cash. No delay for your money.
It Is boro for you. Como Is or call.
I. Wolf Auto Part* & Tire Cos.
(II N. Illinois st. Main IST* Auto. 33-M&
Wo also buy .lunk cars
CAPITOL AUTO I*.\RTS~AND TIRK CO.
Is buying and selling used cars, tires,
tubes ar.d parts at 75 per cent of list.
519 North Illinois. Main 6030.
AUTO REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES.
CUT YOUR TIRE COST
TWO-THIRDS
Write or Call
AUTO TIRE
CLEARING HOUSE
24 N. West St. Circle I*l7.
E. CLINGER, Mgr.
Batteries. New and Guaranteed
6-Volt, 120.00. 12 Volt, $30.00.
BATTERY DISTRIBUTING CO.
607 Massachusetts. Main 2145.
AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty. 532-234 North lUloola
S & S Auto Laundry
LOWEST PRICED HIGH GRADE BAT
tery made.
DIXIE STORAGE BATTERY 00.
Main 5181. 525 Massachusetts eve.
S IN E MAN AUTO rOPS-HD* CUIT
' tains, seat and radiator covers. PKR
BCTION AUTO TOP CO.. 11*7 Udell
street. North 545.
AUTO PAINTING ' ~
Ford. $lO up. Others, sls up.
D. D. FLEMING. 20 IV. Wabash.
MOTOHCYCLEB AND~ BICYCLES
INDIAN
MOTORCYCLES BICYCLES
616-618 E. Washington st.
We have the most complete line of new
and used motorcycles and bicycles In the
! city. Our repair shop is equipped tq take
i care of any kind of work. We carry a com
j plete line of motorcycle parts, both new
j and used. A -trial will convince you that
i our service Is exceptional.
DONALD T. POPE
616-618 E. WASHINGTON ST.
j Open 6:30 evenings. Saturdays, 9:50 p. m.
SEk. THb 1920 ’
EXCELSIOR
TWIN
MERZ MOTOR CO.
154 E. NEW YORK ST.
CASH PAID FOB ALL BINDS OF
motorcyclea FLOYD PETERMAN.
500 Massachusetts avenue.
BICYCIJB--WLLL - SELL CHEAP, CALL
Circle 6443.
AUTOS AND TRUCKSFORHIHE
Autos for rent, do youb own
driving. U-Drlve Auto Service, at
Hoosler Laundry. Rear Keith’s theater.
Main 6921.
7 ROOMS—TO LET.
Four-room duplex furnished;
modern; Just off College on Twentieth
street. For rent two weeks or longer to
men and wife. North 7643.
ONE LARGE' KI RNIBHKD KOOMj CAN
arrange I<r light housekeeping. Fatr
ylew car. 2819 Boulevard place.
HOUSES—WANTED.
WANT TO RENT LARGE ROOMING
house furnished; none but good loca
tion nee<jl apply Address W. Hx DOSS,
117 H South Illinois street.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE.
( ' ejj|j
Cash or Payments
W. 33rd St.
Bight-room, high-grade mod
ern; furnace, bath, hard
wood floors, double base
ment; elegantly finished.
For terms
see
Indianapolis
Securities Cos.
Frank K. Sawyer, Pres.
Third Floor Law Bldg.
s.
Six Room
Modern
Bungalow
on Paved Street
Large lot, good furnace, newly
papered. Will take $4,500. Call at
52 South Denny street. Irvington
car.
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.
12 DOUBLES
FOR AN INVESTMENT
Twelve doubles, exactly alike
and located all together. About
14.000 yearly rental. Rent never
raised. Belong to an elderly in
valid. First reasonable offer takes
them. This is a savings account,
with more than double the inter
est. Call A. R. Kimmich. Main
1490. Evenings. Circle 6451 ift if
7 p. m.
HOME SEEKERS REALTY CO„
913 Merchants Bank Bldg.
85x132 : "
25 FRUIT AND SHADE
(NORWAY MAPLE)
TREES ON EACH LOT;
NEAR FAIR VIEW
PARK, 46TH AND
HINESLEY.
HOLY CROSS PARISH *
NEAR TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOI?
Reception hell, living room, din
ing room, kitchen and pantry first.
2 sleeping rooms with large
closets and bath, sefond. Hard
wood finish and floors first. Call
A. R. Kimmlch Main 1499. Eve
nings, Circle 6431 after 7 p. m.
HOME SEEKERS REALTY CO.
913 Merchants Bank Bldg.
WANTED—PROPERTY FOB*
COLORED AND WHITE
BUYERS
List what you have to sell with Attor
ney FRANK M. LISTON, 417 Indiana
avenue. Auto. 31-750.
BARGAIN. LARGE HOUSE^
South Olive street, near Cottage. Price
$1 .70’); 5300 cash, balance payments. This
is a nine-room house and would make
good rooming house.
BRANDON * JAMESON,
13T N. Delaware-St Mali! 576 2.
Investment or homes Union St.—Cine*
to Manual Training High school; one mod
ern six-room cottage and one seml-.nod*
em live-room cottage with garage; pave*
street. Rent, $46. Cash or terms, s4,6o<k
BOHRBN A BERRY, 416 American Cetv*
tral Life, Main 3764. Nights, North
nrp RKK-rOI RTUS ACRE HOME 81
west on ear line; $lO down, five years
to pay balance on installment plan. Prose
pects for Increase in value certain. lirv*
mediate possession for garden purposes.
Let me explain without obligations Ado
dress A No. 216, Times.
- w jr Six rooms, thoroughly mod.
V/ efn; northeast; immediate
/ft possession. AH on ground
A J X U. floor GEO. A. LUCAK
Realtor. 208 American
Central Life. Circle 6600. Evenings Irw
Ington 333. I
I WILL SELL YOUR SOUTH smrf
property quick. Have buyers wait*
ing. Phone or cal! today. Lawrence JL
Sexton. HOME SEEKERS' REALTY CO.
913 Merchants Bank Bldg. Main 149^
Evenings, Prospect 2231.
’ COLORED BUTERS. *
Seven-room modern, 506 block Blake st.
gas, electric lights; just decorated; Im
proved street. Price 52.800; easy pays
menta See F. H. Cooper with W. H.
COOPER & CO., 838 Lemcke bldg.
Four rooms, bungalow typbJ
Immediate possession. Located 1721
Laurel street, $2,200. Lawrence Sexton.
HOME SEEKERS' REALTY CO., 91*
Merchants Bank Bldg. Main 1499. Eras
nlngs Prospect 2231. j
Svi jr Six-room modern, nortb-
Vo' east; garage, hot wate*
heat. $5,500. GEORG*
Xu*. A. LUCAS, Realtor, 20*
American Central
Circle 660; evenings. Irvington 338. V*
' S2OO CASH
balance S2O a month; seven-room dwel
ling, I*oo block West New York street
Five-room dwelling in extra good condie
tion. Saulcy street. Call Belmont 2717.
FOR SALE AT BARGAIN
Corner St. Clxir and Pine streets, 69*
110; two semi-modern, 5-room houses.
Room on corner for double or buslnesa
block. By owner, telephone Woodruff 876.
WNKR WILL SACRIFICE FOR immS
dlate sale 7 rdoms strictly modern,
only $4,000. Located at 316 S. Sherman
drive. Lawrence J. Sexton, HOME SEEK
ERS REALTY CO. Main 1499.
Prospect 2231.
FVE-ROOM COTTAGE, 2117 CHEST
nut street, SI,BOO. Easy terms. Law
rence Sexton. HOME SEEKERS’
REALTY CO., 918 Merchants Bank Bldg.
Main 1499. Evenings. Prospect 2281.
COLORED “BUYERS. I HAVE MB
homes north, east and west at mod
erate prices, cash or terms A Bquare deal
assured. S. G. BULLUP, 1849 N. Senate-
Circle 4966. Auto. 26-71i.
Five rooms, electric lights, city
water, gas, new front porch; splendid
residence locality. Located 1588 Hoyt
avenue. Lawrence J. Sexton. Main 1499.
Evenings. Prospect 2281,
Seven-room modern Fletcher Ave., paved
street, walking distance; $4,200; termab
Woodruff 3400 after 7:30. ™
Five-room semi-modern bungalow;
rage, chicken park; lot 65x285. Terms.
Washington 1079, !
Seven rooms and bath. Highland ava,,
north of Pratt; SSOO cash, balance month*
ly. Woodruff 2092.
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