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FUNERAL DIRECTORS. George Grinsteiner Funeral director. 522 East Market. Old Phene Main 90S. New Phone. 27-20*. A. M. Ragsdale. J. Wash Price, John Paul Ra|t*ala A. M. RAGSDALE CO. 322 North Delaware street. J. C. WILSON 1230 Prospect, Auto. 61-671. Prospect 232. FUNERAL DIRECTORS— WM. E. KRIEGER. New 21-154 Main 1464. 1402 N. Illinois UNDERTAKERS. W. T. BLASENGYM 1635 Shelby St. Proa 2570, Auto. 51-114 UNDERTAKERS—HISEY & TITUS, 951 North Del. New 2S-664. Main 3630. DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICES. EARL, YVARMAX—Son of George and Alice Earl, died at the family residence, 1113 West Twenty-eighth street. Sunday, May 2, at 4:40 a. m„ age 1* years. Fu neral at residence Tuesday. May 4. at J r. m. Friends Invited. Burial at Crown Hill. O’BRIEN. MARGARET Mother of Michael and Sarah, died Monday. May 5. Friends may view the remains at fu neral parlors of Kirby & Dlnn. 11SS N. Illinois. Funeral Wednesday. May 5. *:I0 at the parlors. 9 a. m. at St. Mary's church. Burial Holy Cross cemetery. OKET. MART E.—Beloved wife of Jo seph B. Okey and mother of Mrs. Nora McCready, Joseph O. Carson and George A. Carson, and grandmother of Lee. Oda, Sylvia, Stanton. Marie and Frances Mc- Cready, Joseph O. and John A. Carson and Burt and Mary Carson, passed away Sunday, May 2. 4.40 p. m. age 67 years. Funeral Wednesday. May 1. 3 p. m , at her home. 2209 Ashland avenue. Friends Invited. Burial Crown Hill. RAUSCH. NANCT—Mother of Mrs. Fred Schilling and Mrs. Henry J. Kirkhoft. passed away at the home of her daugh ter. Mrs Henry J. Klrkhoff, corner Key stone and Troy av#„ Sunday, May 2. 1:05 p. m. Remains will be taken to the borne of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Schilling, in McClalnsvllle. 3106 Carson ave., Monday. May 3. 1 p. m. Funeral Wednesday at 2 p. m. SIPE. JACOB C. (JACK!—Parsed away Friday evening at the age of 5* years. Funeral from residence, 33* W. Thirtieth street. Tuesday. 2 p. rt. Frien&3 Invited Burial at Crown Hill, In charge of Orien tal Lodge No. 500, F. and A. M. Friends may call Sunday afternoon and Monday. IN MEMORIAM. IN MEMORIAM—In loving remembrance of our dear husband, father and grand pa. John W. Fisher, who passed away one year ago today. May 3, 1919. Evening shadows are falling and w# are sitting all alone: In our hearts there comes a longing—ls you only could come home. Many times our thoughts ruay wander to a grave not far away. Where we laid our dear father Just one year ago today. A weary heart had ceased to beat before we knew that you were gone You always bad a rheerful word; your; smiles we see them yet. Your tender voice for every one. we never shall forget. For all of us he did his best and may God grant him eternal rest Sadly missed by his WIFE, CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN. IN MEMORIAM —In loving remembrance of our dear son and brother. Thomas J. Lyster. who departed this life May 4, 1919. today one year. Peaceful be thy rest, dear Thomas. It Is sweet to breathe thy name In life we loved you dearly; In death we do the sam. The moon and stars are shining On a lone and silent grave. Beneath lies the one we loved But whom we could not save Desrest Thomas, how we missed you There is no tongue on earth can tell. But we know w hate’er befall3 thee Jesus doeth all things well. There Is one who still will linger Round the grave where you are laid, V 1 .0 w in come and scatter flowers On the grave that Christ has mad*. Partly missed by loving MOTHER, FATHER, SISTERS AND BROTHERS _ LOST AND FOUND. LOST—Off American Railway Express truck. 3 new tires, assigned to Good year Tire Cos.; lost on Meridian street from depot to Walnut or Walnut to Capi tol avenue. Liberal reward. AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS CO.. 261 South Me ridian street. LOST—Dog. young female pointer; since Monday, April 26; white body with liter color over both ears and hoth sides of head, and large liver spot on both hips. Libera! reward for information lee dine to recovery. D. M. ISGRIGG. Old phone 4954 North, residence 2045 North Capitol avenue. LOST—Bunch of key* on Minnesota at.. near Belt railroad, nameplate Sharrer Return same to 2925 Shelby street, and receive reward. Prospect 22*3. LOST—Ladle* watch, solid gold case with name avd date engraved end picture ln rlde. Reward. Keepsake. Call 492 Odd Fel !ev building Auto. 21-18*. LOST—Colli-. male, yellow body. whit* feet and crst: spot on back of neck, long, narrow nead and nose. Woodruff 953. Reward. LOST—White silk glove with black stitch ing, on Arsenal. Cal! Main 1470, or Woodruff 1345. LOST—Rhinestone shoe buckle In down town district. Call Main 12X0, MR. FTSH BACK. LOST —Diamond sunburst. Call South port 1. Reward. PERSONALS. FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE ELIAS W. DULBERGER Stands for personal liberty, a double shift for the fire men, free books in public schools, the raising of salaries of our judges, against child labor, an S hour law for workmen and to place all officials on a salary instead of a fee basis. No. 41 on the Re publican ballot. INSTRUCTIONS. FOUNDATION work taught on plane. children 9 to IB years solicited. S. E. W'HEELING. Irvington 4099. MALE ' WANTED LABORERS. 18TH AND MILL. IN DIANAPOLIS LIGHT & HEAT CO. Firemen and boiler washers, good hours and pay, free carefare. Apply Mr. Anderson or Miller, 1150 West j Washington. KEYLESS LOCK CO. needs men for dip : room in paint shop, day and nlgl-.tshlft; foundry-handy men. craters, case makers’ helpers, wire framer. Apply plant No. 9, ' Pike and Hovey streets. Take Columbia • car, get off at Belt railroad and walk one block eaat. — —i PLEASE VOTK for Chas. C. Morgan, county commlaeloner, democratic primary, May 4th. Trained in agriculture. Trained in commercial llnea Trained In business. Thank you. JANITORS, white. for office building work, steady work, good working con ditions. Apply Room 905 Merchants' Bank bldg. MEN wanted by American Railway Ex press Company—Express handlers, day and night: hourly or regular employ- j ment. App.y J. E. KENNEDY, employ ment agent, 215 South Meridian street. DR. HARTSOCK 14 Weet Ohio St. DISEASES OF MEN INDIANAPOLIS railway mail clerk ex~ amlnatlons May 15. Hundreds wanted. Big pay. Vacancy list free. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. Dept. 9&-D. Rochsster, ,\. Y. WANTED—Laborers at fertilizer factor?. East Thirtieth and Emerson. Good wages ~ SAFETY RAZOR BLADES sharpened. TUTTLEDGE, 291 Indiana ava. MALE HELP—WANTED. ATTENTION OLD LEAD MOLDERS I NIGHT SHIFT STARTS MAY 3, 1920 ALSO OPPORTUNITY FOR NEW j MEN TO LEARN A STEADY, GOOD PAYING TRADE. EX CELLENT BONUS ON SOME JOBS. OPENINGS INCLUDE LEAD MOLDERS, PUNCH PRESS OPERATORS AND GENERAL HELPERS. Also 15 OLDER MEN AS TINNERS AND SCRAPERS. APPLY CITY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE oS S. Illinois. OR SPEEDWAY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE (Take 4 o’clock Craivfordsville Interurban). PREST-Q-LITE CO., INC. SPEEDWAY. 149-T 5-3-1920 YARD LABORERS WHITE "OR COLORED TO LOAD AND UNLOAD MATE RIAL. GOOD BASE RATE I WITH ADDITIONAL BONUS. Also OLD MEN TO CLEAN UP YARD. LIGHT OUTSIDE WORK. APPLY READY FOR WORK SPEEDWAY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE (Take 7 o’clock Crawfordsville Interurban). OR CITY EMPLAYMENT OFFICE, 5312 S. Illinois. THE PREST=O=LSTE CO., INC. SPEEDWAY 1 150-T. 5-3-1920. ~WANTED AT ONCE SO WHITE OR COLORED Construction Laborers STEADY WORK ALL YEAR. STARTING RATES HAVE BEEN INCREASED RECENT LY AND WILL BE IN j CREASED FURTHER AS i ABILITY IS SHOWN. ALSO ATTENDANCE BONUS. APPLY READY FOR WORK. CITY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 53V0 S. Illinois. OR ! SPEEDWAY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, PRESTQ=LSTE CO. 144-T. 5-3-20 NEW FOUNDRY RUNNING. STARTING NIGHT SHIFT. Positions for all old molders. Working con dit ions exceptional; high hourly rates and splendid bonus in ad dition. v Apply imme diately ready for work. Speedway employment office or city employ ment office, 5314 S. Illinois St. PREST-O-LITE CO., INC. 146-T. . 5-3-20 BOY IN SHIPPING DEPT. GOOD CHANCE FO R ADVANCEMENT. U. S. RUBBER COM PANY, 30 E. GEORGIA ST. STAIR MAN; one capable of billing out and laying off atalr work. WILBER F. JOHNSON LUMBER CO., Nineteenth and Cornell. HIGH-SCHOOL STUDENTS for afteU noons ard evenings, also for Saturday and Sunday work. ICOMSTOHK CANDY CO., 5 S. Illlnole. WANTED—Experienced firemen on chain grate stokers. 'Apply MR. RAY, Union Traction Power House. Anderson. Ind. WANTED—Ice pullers. Apply SOUTH j SIDE ICE AND COAL CO_ 1992 South j East stnpet. MALE HELP—WANTED. mmm VMM GOOD WAGES GOOD CONDITIONS Apply INDIANAPOLIS CORDAGE CO. South Meridian and Belt R. R. ~WM\ UUJIEiUu We have a number of places open in the plant which offer permanent em ployment with no layoffs. Wages arc good and chances for advancement are assured. Apply Employment Office, ELI LILLY <& CO. 706 S. Alabama. C., r. & W. RAILROAD % have positions open for a number of men AS EXPERIENCED SWITCHMEN IN INDIANAPOLIS TERMINAL. APPLY Room 402 C., I. & W. BLDG., 220 VIRGINIA AVE. Will be open all day Sunday. MOLDERS AND APPRENTICES WE HAVE A NEW FOUNDRY ADDITION ABOUT READY. IT BE COMES NECESSARY TO IN CREASE OUR FORCE OF MOLD ERS. WE CAN USE BOTH EX PERIENCED MEN AND THOSE WHO WOULD LIKE TO LEARN THE TRADE. APPRENTICES RE CEIVE A GOOD RATE WHILE LEARNING, WITH OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE HIGH WAGES. TAKE W. WASHINGTON CAR TO BELMONT. THEN SOUTH TO EMPLOYMENT ; OFFICE. LINK BELT CO. Belmont Plant. Match Your Coat ! / \ • with a pair of / I \ jI | TROUSERS I \ THE PANTS \ / j.l / STORE CO. II | lj uj Two Storea UIU $ 'ft 48 TV. Ohic. ff V 110 E. Market. . BOY after school and Saturdays, or all day. TWIET’S SIGN SHOP 24 S. Illinois St. Men, boys and colored women wanted. S. Key stoae Ave and Belt R. R. Take Prospect car to end of line. • Fairmount Glass Works. RAILWAY MiBIL CLERKS." ' Examination May 15. Ages 18 to 35, I s!.*oo entrance eafary with promotions to $2,125. Many vacancies exist. We have Ia special course for this examination. For | full particulars, call or write Immediately. INDIANA CIVII, SERY'ICE SCHOOL, 157 N. Illinois St. Room 207. i Open evenings. > Main 586. ELECTRICIANS (4j and 4 ELECTRICIAN HELPERS. Apply Employment office PREKT-O-LITE CO., INC., Speedway. 145 T. 5-8-20. A -1 EXPERIENCED MECHANICAL DRAFTSMAN. Apply PREST-O-LITE CO., INC., Speedway. ; 147 - 5-3-29. Colored laborers, good hours and pay, free carfare. Apply Mr. Ander son or Miller, 1150 West Washing ton. YOUNG MAN of good habits, permanent to right party. KOMSTOHK'S, 6 S. Illinois. 'WANTED —Man for garden an<f work in private grounds Phone North 6345. I MEN to unload cart3. 1001 Southeastern \ avenue. LABORERS. | INTERNATIONAL MACHINE TOOL CO. SALESMEN—WANTED. ; SALESMEN WANTED FOR THE ; O. K. GIANT BATTERY COMPANY. ! LEADS FURNISHED; EXCLUSIVE ! TERRITORY. E. M. HAYNES, DIS TRICT SALES MGR., 12 PEM BROKE ARCADE. MAIN 4077. STOCK SALESMEN—YVe aie in need of a real live wire salesman. 25 per' cent commission; by reliable Indianapolis Inc. CO. Address A , No. S7S. Times. Give phone number. lr\ington 500. ! MEN and wqmeif to\ sell farmers and ; truck growers Terminal Market Com pany Mock. AUL _iiUXO**yiAn. U£_ itUJ*. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 3,1920. FEMALE HELP—WANTED. PERMANENT POSITIONS FOR GIRLS IN TELEPHONE WORK There are immediate vacancies in this work, where girls over 16 yrs. of age may obtain steady employment year round, with vaca tion, excellent working facilities, attractive positions. You may choose tele phone work for your permanent vocation. It will appeal .to you. INDIANA BELL TELEPHONE CO. Corner New York aud Meridian Sts. Applicant’s informa tion desk in lobby. WANTED GIRLS GOOD WAGES GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS Apply INDIANAPOLIS CORDAGE CO. South Meridian and Belt R. R. EXPERIENCED Covering machine operators, S2O per week. Staying machine operators. BILLING PAPER BOX CO. Morris and Dakota Sts. Old National Starch Works ; 1 WOMEN Experienced and inexperienced workers will find our work in teresting and profitable. Rock wood Mfg- Cos., 1801 English Ave. ! WANTED 10 INSPECTORS WORK LIGHT AND AGREE ABLE; STOOLS; GOOD HOURS AND GOOD RES TAURANT. APPLY PREST-O-LITE CO., SNC. SPEEDWAY 1151-T 5-3-1920 TYPISTS TVs requir* four typists for temporary work (about four weeks) tn mailing de partment and two for permanent posi tions. Touch typists with two or three years high schooling preferred, Special attractive rates will apply to those taking temporary work with opportunity to qualify for permanent places. No phone tnformalion. Ask for Mr. Peels. J. O. ADAMS & CO. | GIRL for Inspection department; Ideal working conditions. Apply In person. GENERAL TOOL & GAUGE CO., ! 115 North Noble. DISHWASHERS BUS BOYS SOLOMON RESTAURANT. 53% South Illinois street. LADIES, white, for corridor cleaning. steady work. *ls per week. Apply Room 996, Merchants Bank building. GIRLS for light factory work. Apply plant No. 2, Pike and Hovey, in morn ing, or plant No. 1, 1401 Newman street, In afternoon, KEYLESS LOCK CO. GIRI., white, upstairs work, to care for children. Washington 2591 6693 Central. ” STENOGRAPHER. NATIONAL MAP CO., 32 E. Georgia St. DINING room girl; good wages with room, board and laundry. Main 2976. EXPERIENCED child's nurse. 1515 N. Meridian Circle 6108. WANTED —Counter girl; no Sunday 'work. 118 North Delaware. FEMALE HELP—WANTED, Samples now ready. Have your old hats made into new spring | models. Send for illustrated price list. INDIANAPOLIS NAT BLEACNERV 28 Kentucky Ave. Main 6179. vU:-:-’." J> AN IMMEDIATE OPPORTUNITY FOR GIRLS OVER 16 IN LONG DISTANCE DEPT. WE ARE INCREASING OUR FORCE OF LONG DISTANCE OPERATORS. AND NEED 25 GIRLS AT ONCE. WE WILL PAY YOU GOOD WAGES ! WHILE LEARNING AND WE ALSO HAVE AN INTERESTING PROPO SITION TO OFFER THOSE WHO BECOME PERMANENT EM PLOYES. ATTRACTIVE ROOF GARDEN MUSIC LUNCHES AT COST. INDIANA BELL TELEPHONE CO. CORNER NEW YORK AND MERIDIAN STS. ROOM 522. j LINK BELT CO. CAN USE SEVERAL GIRLS AS INSPECTORS ASSEMBLERS PUNCH PRESS OPERATORS and DRILL PRESS OPERATORS. Experience not neces sary. We will teach you the work and pay you well while learning. Take W. Mich, car to Holmes Ave. and ask for employment office. GIRL for general oftt-e work, stenog rapher preferred though not essential. Must have good typist. Phone Prospect 7499. J GIRL for general housework: good home. ! good salary, null furnish reference. North 9299. _ __ _ i GERMAN girl, good home, no laundry ; work 2719 N. Meridian. Harrison 221, Auto. 42-629. LAUNDRESS wanted, whit* preferred. I*o Virginia avenue. Main 6623. WAITRESS wanted t 208 ~N~ Meridian) ROOMS—TO LET. " Clean, airy, modern furnished room for light housekeep ing. 24Vs S. Illinois St. .DELAWARE and Twenty-first streets, | nice large modern, good: steam heat, ! gentlemen North *792. [ALABAMA #t.. 125 north, newly fur- j nlahert room for men In private home. ! Main 2018, ROOM, with breakfast. In modern home. refined married couple preferred. Circle 1793. PRATT. West; for gentlemen, modern room, private family. Circle 4969. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. CADILLAC, 1919 Seven passenger; splendid car; hss new top. new paint, 6 new cord tires; at tractively priced. Local branch NORDYKE & M ARM ON Meridian at 11th. NATIONAL 12, ROADST ER 1917 model; 21.090. This car can not j be beat for the price; new top. newly | painted, nio'or thoroughly overhauled, everything In A1 shape; terms NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE CO. 478 N. Capitol. Open Sunday. Main 4758. REO SEDAN Practically new B-paarenger car. See this and you will appreciate It at the price. Local branch > 9RDYKE & MARMON CO. Meridian ai 11 ELGIN TOURING, 1917 This car Is In fine shape, just over hauled, newly painted, new top, good tires; a nice car; $800; terms NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE CO. 436 N. Capitol. Open Sunday. Main 4558. CADILLAC 8 Seven-paeenger touring, in good running condition; Inspection will prove that It Is a bargain at S7OO. Local branch NORDYKE & MARMON CO. Meridian at iith. PI,EASE VOTE for Chas. C. Morgan, county commissioner, democratic primary, May 4th. Trained In agriculture. Trained In commercial lines. Trained In business. Thank you. buick) 1 Light 6 touring, reflnlshed, 9300 down, balance 12 months. MERCANTILE GARAGE 125 S. Pennsylvania. Main 6830. Open evenings and Sunday. FORD. | Touring, late model. $145 down, bal- j ance 12 months. MERCANTILE GARAGE 125 S. Pennsylvania. Main 6839. Open evenings and Sunday. MAXWELL TOURING—In good~shape. A bargain. Terms or trade. DIBTZ JAMES. 334 East Market St. Main 6716. Open evenings and Sunday morning. CHEVROLET COUPE, late~ model)looks like new; Just the thing for a doctor. L DIETZ-JAMES. 334 E. Market. Main f 6716. Open evenings and Sundae AUBURN touring, completely overhauled. newly painted. DIETZ-JAMES. 334 K, ; Market. Main 5716. Open evenings and Sunday morning. PAIGE touring; bargain for quick sale; I look* and runs like new. *25 W. Wash ington. Main 1401. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. INVESTIGATE OUR WEEKLY" PAYMENT PLAN. Down. Weekly. Oakland 79, touring ~....$ 75 $3.50 Maxwell chassis 75 3.50 Ford touring 100 4.90 Ford touring 125 4.60 Ford roadster 125 4.50 Maxwell touring, 1 916.. 125 4.60 Maxwell touring. 1917 145 .... Oakland 6 speedster. 175 6.00 Dort touring. 175 5.00 Maxwell coupe 195 6.50 Scripps-Booth 195 6.F0 Chevrolet 4-90 195 6.60 Allen 245 6.00 Inter-State 245 6.00 Oakland 6 touring 245 6.00 National 12-cylinder 245 6.00 Saxon 6 touring 245 6.00 Dodge touring 246 6.00 And dozens of others too numerous to mention. Open evenings. INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS 618 N. Capitol ave. OVERLANDSEDAN In excellent mechanical condition; run about 2,000 miles. This is a 1920 model and can be bought at a bargain. Local branch NORDYKE & MARMON CO. Meridian at 11th. GRANT ROADSTER Winter top, new upholstering, two practically new Parker cord tires on rear and two new cords on front. Car has been th<#oughly overhauled and is in wonderful running condi tion. Newly painted. Attractive price. Must sell, owner leaving, 1643 N. Delaware. D. C. Pray. North 8903. COLE Five-passenger touring, in good running condition. A car that will give you a lot of service for S6OO. Local branch NORDYKE & MARMON CO. Meridian at 11th. EVERT - ONE" PRICED RIGHT. CASH on PAYMENTS. Buick touring Oakland touring Chalmer* touring. Maxwell touring. Dodge touring. Many real bargains In Ford tourings. HOOSIER AUTO LAUNDRY. 127 E. Wabash. MAX WELL TOU RIN r G~1917~ SSOO buys this classy Job; motor thor oughly overhauled; good tires; attractive terms. NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE CO. 428 N. Capitol. Open Sunday. Main 4758. DODGE roadster. 1917; new top, new tires, $775. One Saxon touring, $575. One Moon. $525. One Marmon 32; good tires; electric starter, electric lights, $476. K. B. L. AUTO CO. 1019 North Capitol Ave Main 2104. MITCHELL 1920 model. 5-pa*.*enger touring; run about 2,609 miles; a bargain. Local branch NORDYKE & MARMON CO. Meridian at 11th MAXWELL CLOSED, 1918 Ia good mechanical condition, priced to sell; term*. < NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE CO. 426 N. Capitol. Open Sunday, Main 4758. CHEVROLET—RoyaI Mali roadster. Just tb* car for a city salesman: terms over twelve monthly payment*. Dlets-James. 234 E. Market rt. Main 5716. Open eve nings and Sunday morning. CHUMMY roadster" sTxTTTTinder) terms or trade. DIETZ-JAMES. 334 East Market. Open evenings and Sun day morning. DODGE roadster, new paint; bargain price. Dietz-Jamea. 334 East Market. Main 6716. Open evenings and Sunday morning. HUDSON Super-Six touring, almost new; bargain price Dietz-Jamea, *34 East Market. Main 5716. Open evenings and Sunday morning. OVERLAND SS, touring. good tires. DIETSB-JAMBS. *34 E Market. Main 6716. Open evenings and Sunday morn ings. DODGE touring, 1918, new tires. DIETZ JAMES. 3*4 E. Market. Main 5716, Open evenings and Sunday morning. COM JfONWEALTH Four-Forty automo bile. DIETZ-JAMES. 334 East Market. Main 5716. Marlon county dealers. AUTO MOB! LES—-WANTED. A W U A T N * T ° E S D We want 50 car*. Drive it down or j 1 call ua up. Our man will be right out and we assure you (hat * e will pay you 1 ■II your car Is worth. Largest buyer ' and eeller of used autos In the stale. Indpls. Auto Parts & Tire Cos. 618 North Capitol. Mein 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 We pay cash. No delay for your money. I It Is here fur you. Come in or call. I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tiro Cos. ! 619 N. Illlnole st. Alain 1579. Auto 22-063. | YYe also buy Junk cars. j CAPITOL Auto Parts and Tire Cos. Is buy- ! log and selling used cars, tires, tubes and parts at 75 per cent of liet. 319 North j Illinois. Main 6099. Zr:j.?yckS-FOR- S A LE. ~77 APEXTRUCKS * Ton. 118 Ton 2H Ton. ROMA IN APEX TRUCK CO. Indiana Distributor. 3009 Central Ave. Ante. 43-706 Bell, North 6650. | BUICK truck, good tires, excellent shape; ; bargain. S3OO. See D. E. RIDER for terms. JONKS,YVHITAKER SALES CO., Department of Used Tires. Main 2345. 81* N. Capitol. TRACTORS FOR SALE 7 _ I i FOR SALE One 19-20 International harvester, i Titan" tractor. Bun for less than ten ; day*, better than new. Low price; ca3h I only. ! THE OAK|j|S CO., Roosevelt Ave. & Belt R. R. HARLEY-DAVIDSON Motorcycles and Bicycles Johnson Motor Wheels THE H. L. DIPPLE CO. 634-36 Mass. Ave. Main 6496 EVANS LIGHTWEIGHT Motorcycles, $135.00 MERZ MOTOR CO., , 450-52 MASS. AY~E INDIAN TYY’IN, two speed, kick starter, Prest-O-Lite and tank and tandem: tire* In good condition. This motorcycle In perfect condition ami ready to rldo away. $125 cash If sold Immediately. Cal! North 6233 and ask for Don. CASH paid for all kinds of motorcycles. FLOYD PBTUUtAN. 600 SJaaaachu setts avenue. AUTO REPAIRS AND 3UPPLIEB. tdbh mm QUALITY FIRSTS 30x3 $11.50 30x31/o 14.00 32x314 16.50 31x4 “ 39.50 32x4 21.75 34x4 24.50 AT A SAVING OF 50% INTERNATIONAL RUBBER SALES CO., 203 N. Delaware. JOB PLATING Nothing is too large or too email for us to handle. Special equipment for repairing auto mobile trimmings. INDIANAPOLIS PLATING CO. 623-35 Kentucky ave. Main 2933. Main 6523. AUTO WASHING " Our Specialty. 322-334 North Illinois. S & S Auto Laundry WRITE. PHONE OR CALL US for prices on Goodyear solid and pneumatic tires for truck and passenger cars. J. Guedel hoefer Wagon Cos., 202 Kentucky ave. lowest priced hTigh grade bat tery made. DIXIE STORAGE BATTERY CO. Main 5181. 529 Massachusetts ave. AUTOMOBILE TOPS recovered and side curtains repaired at THE JOHN GUED ELHOEFER WAGON* CO., 201 Kentucky avenue. ONE-MAN auto tops, side curtains, seat and radiator covers. PERFECTION AUTO TOP CO., 1107 Udell street. North 546. New and guaranteed batteries, 6 volt. 322; 12 volt. 333. BATTERY DISTRIBUTING CO., 607 Mass. Ave. Main 3145. BATTERIES. Second Hand. Cheap. 697 Massachusetts. Main 8145. GET OUR truck and automobile rubber tire price. THE JOHN GUEDEL HOEFER W AGON CO. 202 Kentucky ave WE PUT on the best side wire tires on automobiles, trailers and trucks. 202 Kentucky ate. AUTO PAINTING Ford. |lO up. Others, sl6 up. P. D. FLEMING. 20 W. Wabash. AUTOS AND TRUCKS FOR HIKE AUTOS FOR RENT—Do your own driv ing. U-Drive Auto Service at Hoosier I-aundry. Rear Keith’s theater. Main 6921. 1 1 bnt bargains In automobiles are Hated under Automobiles and Supplies in The Times Want Ad columns BUSINESS CHANCES. OPPORTUNITY Have you $199 or more to Invest where the risk Is small and the profits large? It will pay you to INVESTIGATE The E. B, Cassatt Cos., 910 Hume-Mansur Bldg. AN unusual opportunity for a HIGH GRADE SALESMAN with a small amount of capita’ to buy- an Interest in and sell a SALES AND ADVERTISING SERVICE to Indianapolis exclusive mer chants. Our SERVICE is a winner and needs no shading or misrepresentation. Earnings unlimited YVrite for appoint ment F. H. SC Puritan hotel. CONFECTIONERY. ~cigars. cigarettes) next to theater south side. $1,209; money maker. Confectionery, ice cream, soda fountain, cigars, tobacco, west side. SI,OOO. Confectionery, ice cream, soda fountain, next to theater, south aide, $909. Any other business See ue. INDIANA BUSINESS EXCHANGE. 513 Indiana Trust Bldg. Mein 2674. FEATHERS Bought, sold, renovated mattresses and pillows made to order. E. F. BURKDE. 416 Maas ave. Main 142*. New 23-775. ROOMING house, north; 13 rooms. $2,259; terms; If you want this place grab it now or never. 34 When Bldg. FOR SALE—Business place with seven living rooms. Address A No. 877. Times BUSINESS SERVICES. WALL PAFER cleaning. AM work guar anteed. 75c and up. Call YVashington 1 272. PRINTING—6OO business card*. $1.00; 1.090 6x9 bin*. $2.50. Belmont 326. WANTED —Wall paper cleaning. Work guaranteed. Irvington 3665. PATCH "PLASTERING) Belmont TVgo) TAILORS AND CLEANERS. H. G. FITE Practical Tailor and Cutter Dry cleaning, pressing and repairing; ladies' work a specialty; work called for and delivered North Capitol avenue and Ohio street. Automatic 26-641. CAPITOL Garment Cleaners. 1246 North Capitol avenue. Main 6477. Main <l6O, Auto. 21-241. J. SCHWARTZ, tailor and cleaner. 31 Kentucky avenue. Main 2*79. DETECTIVES. Quigley-Byland Agency Civil and Criminal Investigators 6*6-629 Law bldg Main 2992. FURNISHED HOUSES AND FLATB. FURNISHED complete, three-room apart ment; kitchenette and bath; adults; reference. Rents S7O. Apt. 7, 1112 Cen- ; tral, third floor. HOUSES—WANTED. a $5 00 REWARD for information leading to the renting of a six or seven roomed house. Irvington 3378. OFFICE AND STORES—TO LET, OFFICE ROOMS Attractive office rooms In the new l TRANSPORTATION BUILDING (being remodeled’, southeast corner Delawara and South streets. WILLIAM F. WOCHER, Sole agent. City Trust ullding. Main 3998. Auto. 24-896. j NOTICES. PILES—EVERYBODY SUFFERING- piles, I fistula. Assures, ulceration*, constipation, ! bleeding, itching, write for free trial. Posl- ; lively painless pile cure. S. U. TARNEY, I Auburn. Indiana. WILL not be responsible for any debts > from this date, contracted by any one but myself. R. C. DODDS. REAL ESTATE—FOR BALeT *2.809. $590 down, $26 a month, buys 6-room house and back porch tnolosed; fruit trees ; and garage; furnace and electric lights; j both water* In house; on Hanson ave. MR. LEE. Belmont 1680. SEVEN-ROOM modern home; well lo cated; good lot, pkved street. Woodruff ! 2092. : FIVE-ROOM semi-modern; good location, paved street. North 7476 after 6:30. FOUR ro .ms. furnace, toilet, electricity, gar, cit/ water. Woodruff 2092. IRVINGTON. 6-room modern, paved stree’. Terms. Main 107. FINE modern home, sleeping porch, large lot. Washington 1079. REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE. I 1 FREE 1 yourself from the landlord's clutches. Let us establish you in a beautiful homo at Its cash value. We extend eazsy terms, in vestigate our plan. BETTER H O M.E S REALTY CO. 9 Pembroke Arcade. Main 6766. 35 PER CENT INVESTMENT. Good, substantial ten-room house. Owner occupying four rooms and renting others unfur nished for S7B per month. Can be bought for $1,500 cash and S3O per month. A rare bargain at $4,500. Call A. R. Kimmich. Main [ 1499. Cavenaugh, Circle 6431. HOME SEEKERS REALTY CO„ 913 Merchants Bank Bldg. $4,500 —Steam Heated Seven-room modern home; hardwood floors downstairs. 3 bedrooms, garage, side drive; all-in good condition; fine lot. 6 shade trees. Owner leaving city. Part cash. See this. It's right. Canaday Realty Cos. 30S-7 City Trust. Cali Miss Kronenberger. Main 5340 Evening? North 5896- COTTAGE, EAST Five rooms, good condition electric | lights and gas: good well and c stern; large lot; only $2,205, $350 cash, balance monthly. See Mr. Mclnteer, with I. N. Richie & Son, Realtors 151 East Market St. Main 520. After 6 p. m. call Irvington 3597, I COLORED EUTERS $2,006. ’ $390 down, sl2 a month; move in the house in about a week. Riverside car line. Six-room, electric lights, cellar. S7OO. SIOO down. $lO a month. 3-room house; city water; on Patterson street. MR. LEE. Belmont 1580. THREE-FOURTHS ACRE home site) west on traction line; Ben Davis neighbor hood; $lO down. 5 years to pay balance on instalment plan. Prospects for increase in value certain. Immediate possession ' for gardening purpose*. Let me explain without obligations. Address A No. 876, Times. $2,650. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. SI,OOO down, rest on time, five-room bun galow, 7 fruit trees, big grape arbor, lot 40x140, well, cistern in house, gas and electric lights. House only 8 years old. Can move in next day after buying. 1200 i block North Warman. MR. LEE. Belmont ; 1580. FIVE ACRES EAST. Five acres east, near Interurban &r,4 graded school; price $2,750; easy pay ments. Call or see Mr. Hadley, Wood ruff 4981. W. H. COOPER & CO., $1,500. S2OO down, *ls a month, 5-room house , In Brlghtwood. Two houses, modern, on north side; one *6,300 and one *6.000. MR. LEE. Belmont 1580. PLEASE TOTE for Chas. C. Morgan, county commissioner, democratic primary. May 4th. Trained in agriculture. Trained in commercial llnea. j Trained in business. Thank you. MODERN SIX-ROOil HOME, on south side; paved etreet. pas, electricity, fur i nace. bath, cement porch with brick eo'+t umns. Price $4,200. Can arrange terms. A. F. ZAIXEY. REALTOR, 143 East Market street. *6.000. POSSESSION at once. 7-room hojjse; strictly modern, out East Washington on Woodland drive, one-half square north of YVashington. MR. LEE. Belmont 1580. 1 *2.300 FOR CASH. Seven-room cottage. 809 block North Oriental, city water and cistern in house, gas for cooking and lights, vacant in a ! few days. MR. LEE. Belmont 1580. OHIO STREET. 1908 West, five-room cot tage; price $2,150, $l5O cash and re mainder like rent. H. G. 3IONEN. 405 Peoples Bank Bldg. Main 3138. *3)000) ~~ SI,OOO down, S2O a monih. buys a mod ern bungalow, 5 rooms on the hill In YVest Indianapolis. MR. LEE. Belmont 1580 w,— —— yv, 36 North Holmes ave.: 1 AT I cottage. $3,750. Terms. Ilk 'll A\ 1/ GEO. A. LUCAS. Realtor. 208 American Central Life. Circle 6600, $1,850. S2OO down. sl6 a month, 5-room house. ; newly painted, city water, electric lights, gas; in the 900 block on Maple street. _ MB- LEE. Belmont 1580. I HAVE many good bargains on south side I near Fountain Square; modern and semi-modern; singles and doubles. Call Prospect 6184 after 4 p. m. : CHOICE large lot near Maple Road blvd)y’ within two squares of fairgrounds; sl9 cash, balance $1 weekly. 640 Lemcke Annex. Main 1409.' EAST, five-room semi-modern home, be tween YVashington and Michigan streets, good lot. Easy terms. YYoodruff 247 after 7:20. EIGHT rooms, modern, hot water heat. three-car garags; excellent location south for rntlng rooms. Price $4,500. Woodruff 7024. FOR SALE—Lot, Thirty-fourth street, Stewart's addition, first reasonable offer takes it. 1550 Ashland avenue. ' SI,BOO. COLORED BUYERS. ’ SSOO down. $25 a month. 5-room house, on Blake street. MR. LEE. Belmont 1589. $1,400 COLORED BUYERS) $590 down, sls a month, four-room house. MR. LEE. Belmont 1580. SIX rooms, modern. walking distance east. Terras. THE SOUTHERN LUM BER COMPANY. FINE modern bungalow east; almost new. Terms. THE SOUTHERN LUMBER COMPANY. INDIANA TRUST CO. Sells real estate, collects rent, writes five Insurance. SEMI-MODERN, near E. Washington st. Terms. Main 142. 7TMAQyATE-WANTEDr~ WAX'T five or six-room cottage to sell; any part of city; on payments. 3 per cent commission. CRIDER. IS When building. Circle T3i>. Woodruff 6344. Eve ni.i*e WANTED property to se’l. Have got buyer* and no houses. HOOSIER REAL ESTATE OFFICE MR. LEE. __ Belmont 1680. LET ME sell your property. I can get quick results. S. G. BULLUP. 1349 N. Senate. Circle 4956, Auto. 26-719. WANT to buy small farm within thirty miles of Indianapolis. MR. ERNEST RIEWER, 731 Lincoln street. FIY'E to seven-room house, either mod ern or not. Cash and quick deal. Main. 142. FOR customer, modern house or bunga low. Cash deal. Main 197. Y TRANSFERAN DSTORAGE. 17 STORAGE CHEAPEST // ( W/ RATES IN CITY. CALL (( ( W US. Everything at rea |( j ij eondble price. Packed. \l J\ ( J J| shipped anyvhert. IS Locked room if desired. 39 West Henry. Main 4699. SLUSHtIR TRUCKING CO. Local and overland hauling. Special care given to household goods. Residence. Bel. 1126. Office, Bel. 868, BAGGAGE called fer and delivered to all paits of city. TRACTION TERMINAL BAGGAGE CO., 118 W. Wabash street. Main 1293. Main 6489. Auto. 31-261. CALL SHANK for the bee; service m hauling, packing, shipping and storage. 227-229 North New Jersey St. Main 3028. O. K. TRANSFER CO. for local and over- . land hauling. 938 E. Washington St. Prospect 3282. C. F. CAIN TRANSFER. Main 7852. 116 North New Jersey street. %coal~and_ w 0 Pocahontas M. R $9.00 Kentucky Lump $9.00 Illinois Lump $7.50 Indiana Lump $7.00 L. H, Bain Coal Cos. Main 36*1. Main 2161.