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JXSTTRE your investments by
putting your money into securi
ties that ARE secure. You can
count on safety and 5y 2 per cent
when you invest in our First Mort
gage Real Estate Certificates. An
ideal short time investment. De
nominations SIOO and upward.
mid Crust Compaq
Evans Woollen, President
H. F. Clippinger, Manager Bond Department
FORM §1,500,000
FUNDING BANK
Sol Meyer Heads Huge Finan
cing Corporation Here.
Anew mlllion-and-a-half-dontr cor
pora, tion. to be known as the Meyer-
Klaer Corporation, has taken Its place
among the financial Institutions of In
dianapolis.
Sol Meyer, i resident of the Meyer-
Kiser bank, t'lli head the new institu
tion.
Sol S. Kiser will be first rice presi
dent.
Other officials include MelTille S. Cohn,
Julian J. Kiser and Ferdinand A. Merer,
vice presidents: L. E. Levey, secretary,
and Grace Jackson, treasurer.
Miss Blessing Fischer will be assistant
10 the president.
The new corporation will begin with
an established business, taking over the
banking business of the bank, which
showed over §3.000.000 resources in its
most recent report, as well as extending
an automobile funding business, which
last year reported a turnover of nearly
§4,000.000.
$300,000 ISSUE IS
AUTHORIZED.
In a statement issued by Sol Meyer
concerning the new organization, he said
that 10,000 shares of preferred stock, par
value of §IOO a share, aggregating
§1,000.000 will be outstanding, with an
issue of §500,000 common stock authorized,
s'■oo,ooo of which will be purchased and
owned by the shareholders of the Meyer -
Kiser bank.
Tbe demslning §IOO,OOO common stock
and the preferred stock will be offered
Investors, he said, tn a basis of §IOO for
one share of preferred stock, par value,
and one share of common stock, par
value, §lO.
The new financial firm Is the develop
ment of the firm of Meyer A Kiser,
organized in Indianapolis as brokerage
firm in 1805, operating under that name
until 1908, when the Meyer-Kiser bank
was founded.
“We are starting with a wonderful
prospect of prosperity,” said Sol Meyer
Let us do your family
cashing
/nSo/if Water
JlPtoa l Each Washing Done
Separately
Quick Delivery
FAMILY WASH LAUNDRY
831-837 E. Wash. Si.) J™
Electric Washing Machines
ttsaraatasd to wuh ISO por cent cloox.
R, Sold on convenient terms.
Auto. *3.1*3. HATFIELD ELECTRIC CO.
CLOTHING ON CREDIT
PEOPLE'S CREDIT CLOTHING CO.
4£ N. PENNSYLVANIA ST. 2nd FLOOR
IF IT IS IN THE LINE OF HARDWARE
YOU CAN GET IT AT VONNEGUT’S
120 TO 124 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
Popular Ribbon Ties
Featured at No War Tax
S \ From the many new and novel styles shown here
this season we select this dainty “Theo Tie” for spe
% ' cial mention. We are showing them in finest qual
ity kidskin, both brown and black, with modified
length vamps, large ribbon bow to tie over the instep,
turned soles and leather Louis heels.
Unquestionably the thing fbr dressup wear this
, r . , „ . . „ j season. All sizes and widths.
Silk and Lisle Hosiery in all I
wanted colors. Novelty wool f You’ll be pleased with the style, while the value
Hose. — Just inside the door. | can’t be duplicated.
—Ladies department, main floor.
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Buy Shoes at a Shoe Shop. Eight Floors of Shoes.
MAROTT’S SHOE SHOP
18 and 20 E. Washington St. Siore Houra—B a. m. to 5:30 p. m. SaUfdsM, 8.m.t09 p. m.
Well! Well! Isn’t
Chicago Advancing?
CHICAGO, April 10.—Male loafers
in the county collector's office here are
to be deprived of their pleasure.
A private room, where women tax
payers may extract money from their
stockings unobserved, will be used
now.
V J
today, “and we are going to do all we
can to help this city grow with ns.”
The scope of the automobile funding
business alone, Mr. Meyer outlined, has
extended to New York, Ohio, Pennsylva
nia, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana and
other states.
“No securities now held by the Meyer-
Kiser bank will be transferred to the
new organization, but we will start
with a reputation backed up by figures,
and assured earnings from the begin
ning.” the new banking head stated.
All standard securities of high-grade
corporations, bonds of recognized value,
commercial paper, general banking and
real estate transactions will be carried
by the new corporation.
Incorporation papers were filed late
Saturday by the new institution, and
announcement was made today of the
plans of the new firm.
Red Cross Loses
War Records in Fire
A large number of valuable war rec
ords were destroyed by fire in the Amer
ican Red Cross headquarters, 515 518
Lemcke building, it was annonnced to
day. .
The fire broke out late Saturday eve
ning and was of unknown origin.
The storeroom. In which the records
were kept, and two other office rooms
were damaged.
There was much excitement in the
building when the flames were first no
ticed, the upper floors being filled with
smoke, which prevented the operation
of elevators.
DOG HILL PARAGRAFS
In riding around on Musket Ridge this
week, Columbus Allsop found a man who
does everything his wife tells him to, but
he don't work anywhere else.
• * •
A letter is being held at the postofflce
here for 2 cents postage due. It was ad
dressed to Yam Sims and he don't get
paid off until Saturday.
• • •
The deputy constable notices that the
lightning bugs have begun to appear at
night, and they all seem to be complying
with the traffic regulations In the way
of tail-lights.
Legion Will Hear
Ralph Cole Sunday
Ralph D. Cole of Findlay, 0., formerly
lieutenant colonel of the Thirty-seventh
division, will be the principal speaker at
a meeting of the American legion and
former service men next Sunday after
noon at the Clavpool hotel.
Mr. Cole aided in making plans for the
founding of the legion while b was in
France.
He was also a congressman for alxi
years prior to the war.
Perfection Butter —Glossbrenner's.
KSMG
f \na&iMßEr
After Easter Sale
150
SAMPLE SUITS
for WOMEN
SUITS *26%
COATS *2I%
DRESSES *16%
BLOUSES *5%
SKIRTS *5%
DP
Just Say:
t with to open a charge
account.
115 doses 15 cts. 5
45 doses, 30 cts.
Blackburnig,,
I^ascak&atPil!,
Imaff t
Relieves Constipation, ij
Headache, BllloueueßS ■
Miller's Antiseptic OU, Known as
Snake Oil
Guaranteed to Relieve Pain,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc.
GET IT AT THE HAAG DRUG CO
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1920.
Tomorrow Only! RINK’S CLOAK HOUSE Tomorrow Only!
Ourff/wtOncea-SeasonSate
m of the famous
* \ Worth Double the Price /
4 and More!
Remember Your ORO Hat of Last Season More Marvelous Than Ever Before
and vou will not (ail to purchase another. ORO Chapeaux are are the hats we have received from the manufacturers
hand-tailored, the result of skilled craftsmanship, and they are of ORO Chapeaux for this season’s sale —many of
sold direct to the consumer only one day a season. They would them are worth more than the usual double-value,
ordinarily be sold for twice this price—that is why ORO Day You save at least as much as the marked price on
means a real saving to women who know. every ORO Chapeau that you buy.
Each Hat is Different, Individual Distinctive!
No two are alike. In theae times it seems impossible to offer such bats at this price—yet here
they are —marked at a fraction of their worth. Don’t fail to attend the sale tomorrow!
We Advise Early Shopping, for ORO Chapeaux Always Go Quickly!
©SPECIAL#
Hurst Lawn Mowers
Garden and Lawn Tools
Garden Spades ...11.50
Garden Hoe 50r
Iron Gturdesu Rakes 55c
flowed Steel Harden Rake* SI.OO
Steel Garden Trowel lOc
Pruning Shear* OOc
Pruning Shear* 60c
Hoosier Garden Hose, 50-sot lengths,
14 -Inch size $0 25
44-Inch size $7.25
Sprinkling (liuis iXr
Hurst Hand Garden Plows, for cultivating. . $.*1.40
Garden Wheel Barrows $4-55
Buy Your Paint at Hurst’s
ts: -^ ,l " —Floor Var-
House Paint . I nish, per gal-
Per gallon, f ion,
5-gallon cans, S Be.ST-
$3.30 ; 53.15
UXJ LJLj* Flat Wall
White Enam- Finish, per
el. per gallon, ,on ’
315.00 52.95
Save at Least SI.OO Per Gallon
L§ggHURST&CO.(§gi
j The Big Department Store, Penn, and Ga. St.
Woman’s Opportunity
The man of the family may earn the money—
it is the woman who is the disburser—the of
ficial buyer of the household.
How thriftily the money is spent—how much
is saved—depends largely upon the woman’s
ability to handle financial matters.
Paying your bills by check is the business way,
and this method will soon create a surplus to
place in a savings account.
|Hts> WE PAY 41/2% ON SAVINGS
Meyer-Kiser Bank
136 East Washington Street.
OUR SPECIAL BANK CREDIT PLAN
Allow you to buy your home outfit at cub priooa.
D. N- FOSIER FURNITURE AND CARPET COMPANY
UMU-U/ '••t Uwlut B'.root, Oppeaite Traction Terminal Dtpei
SUMMER
LAKE
CRUISES
Spend your vacation this summer on
one of the big white liners, North
America and South America.
A Week’s Cruise
$72.50
including meals and berth. The great
lakes offer the ideal summer vacation.
Other cruises ten and twelve days.
Make Your Reservations
Now
Call or address for full information
STEAMSHIP DEPARTMENT
MERCHANTS
NATIONAL
BANK
FRENZEL BROS.
Defective Eyes
VTy’vYy Scientifically
V* Corrected
with lenses ground In our own plant. We guarantee eatltfno
tion. Lenses in any frame or mounting in fllfl
Dur stock.
Kryptok Invisible Bifocals (ground together, not cemented)
for far and near vision; complete, &0 &<fl Q
with your choice of mountings R/O to 9-a
We will duplicate your glasses or fill any other optometrist’s
or oculist's prescription at these prices.
It you are unable to call at our store we will examine your
eyes at home; no extra charge,
Hoosier Optical Company
148 N. ILLINOIS ST. Open Saturday Evening*.
Manufacturing Opticians.
No Charge for Examinations.
Perfect Dental Work
zgjf. We strive to make our work perfect
■ We ÜBe the best materials obtainable.
EI We buy in large quantities and you
K so. save. We doubt whether our labora
tory and chair work can be excelled
anywhere.
DO NOT NEGLECT YOUR TEETH
for you will get no more where those came from, and It is nicer to have
your own than false ones. Bridge over the gap in the row, and let
us do It for you at fair prices. Estimates on work free of charge.
EITELJORG & MOORE, Dentists
Corner East Market StrsM Circle. Ground Floor. Lady Attendant.
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“Can't yon Just hoar “"V
him chnckle?” said one / A
mother of the portrait f
wo made of her little WMb
one. F
Vlnth Floor Kahn Bldg.
iAskin&Marine&l
127 West Washington a
1 ——
TtSdmmti
WMtMS & WMfctaatm 8L
I—
6REER-HANKINS LBR. GO.
A p pliers and Be tailors
VULCANITE ASPHALT SHINSLES
and ROLL ROOFIN6
M SCAM. AT*.
Mala 147. Phones. Auto. Zt-ZIA.
■ 11 1 LJE3
PES.f. AND U AAil.
( MADISON AND RAY.
STORES / FOUNTAIN SQUARE.
/ MERIDIAN AND MORRIS.
DETROIT VAPOR STOVES
PENINSULAR STOVES
CiURNEY REFRIGERATORB
CHENEY PHONOGRAPHB
For Sate by
HOOSIER OUTFITTING CO
443-5 E. Wah.
Indiana Wall Paper Cos.
Retail Store Wholesale Store
51 Virginia Aye. 27-29 E. Maryland
Fine Decorated /tSPV fit*
42-Plece Set of / / W
DINNERWARE
Bee our open stock of Dinnerware.
Little Furniture Store
211 E. Washington St.
IS TUBERCULOSIS SO FATAL
A DISEASE AFTER ALL?
Dr. Glass Uaa posi
tive proof that he
has discovered a
successful remedy, mr
used at home. In j
any climate, with
no return of the ■PRH
disease. For further
Information address. lICTI **
THE T. F. GI.ASB a
INHALANT CO„ NkjF*
512 Mason Bids, va A
Los Angeles. Call
fern ti. Advertise
ment
KZEMIff
If HUNT’S Salve fails in tbe
treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA, J**’-'/
RINGWORM, TETTER ors
ether itching skin diMs.es, Try i]
•75 cast box at our risk. • / Jf\
HOOK DRUG COMPANY.
HAVE MJN CHEEKS
Be Better Looking—Take
Olive Tablets
To have a clear, pink skin, bright
eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy**
like childhood days, you must kecs£
your body free from poisonous wastes.
Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets (a vege
table compound mixed with olive oil)
act on the liver and bowels like calomel
—yet have no dangerous after effect.
Take one nightly and note results.
They start the bile and overcome
constipation. That’s why millions of
bonfrsrtaohi annually. 10c: and 25c.

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