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INDIANA DAILY TIMES
25-89 8. Meridian St.
PHONES—CLASS! FIED
ADV. DEPT.
ftmlr, 1500
Automatic 28-351
RATES
One time 0? per line
Three consecutive times. .o*>* per line
Six consecutive times... .00 per line
Mate or female help wanted, situa
tion wanted, male or female; rooms to
let and board and rooms wanted—
One time 07 P r I,n ®
Three consecutive time*. .08 per line
Six consecutive times... .05 per line
Contract rates on application.
Lekel notices 01 per line
Lodge and club
notices 56c per insertion
Church notices (1 inch or
IlD) 35c per insertion
Over 1 inch, 5c per line additional.
Death notices, 25c per insertion.
The Business Office closes at 8 p. m.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
George Grinsteiner
funeral director. 522 East Market. Old
rhone Main 508. New Phone. 27-208.
A. M. Ragsdale. J. Waeh Price, John Pam
Ragsdale.
A. M. RAGSDALE CO.
J. C. WILSON
8 Proepect. Auto. 51-871. Prospect 822.
PT7NERAL DIRECTORS—
WM. E. KRIEGER.
New 21-158. Main 1454. 1402 N. Illinois.
UNDERTAKERS.
W. T. BLASENGYM
1883 Shelby St. Proe. 2570. Auto. 51-118.
UNDERTAKER’S—HISEY A TITUS. 951
North Del. New 28-561. Mein actlh
qIaTH AND FUNERAL~NOTiCES.
WORTH—MINNE K. (nee Kruger)—Be
loved vile oi Fred A. Worth, passed
away June 14, 1920, 1:10 p. m.. age 31
years. Friends may cal! Tuesday after
noon and evening at the home of her par
ents. 936 Pleasant Run boulevard. Fu
neral Wednesday. 2:30 p. m. Friends in
vited. Burial Crown Hill.
LOST AND FOUND-
LOST—Large bull pup. dark brlndle and
white, ears trimmed to point; long tall,
whits tip. small scar on right side of neck,
while stripe down center of head. Lost
down town district; JlO reward. HOWARD
SHANK. 359 Illinois street. ACME
TIRE AND RUBBER CO.
LOST —Card case containing Remington
typewriter certificate. Big Four annual
pass. Sullivan’s Dancing Academy pass.
Pkpers of no value other than owner. _ Re
ward. Finder please call Woodruff 7786.
LOST —Brown alligator canteen bag.
North Illinois car, Sunday evening. 919
North Pennsylvania, apartment 4. Circle
3050. Reward.
MISSING FRIENDS and relatives traced
everywhere; no criminals looked for. Call
Main 6947. or write lost agent. 18 Bald
wln block. Indianapolis, Ind.
LOST or strayed. Water Spaniel. Just been
dipped, reward 3721 North Meridian
street. Harrison 2184.
FOUND —Pass book and money. Call
Prospect 3728.
LOST—Brooch; can identify; keepsake.
North 4754.
LOST—On Illinois ear. tan georgette
waist. Call Circle 3453. Reward.
PERSONALS.
FRANK FITZGERALD. LAWYER. Gen
eral law practice; also soldiers’ and
widows’ pensions. Office 7 North Alabama
street.
ROOMS—TO LET.
SLEEPING room; good condition; light
and airy; gentleman preferred, prospect
10*4. 1145 Woodlawn avenue.
FIRST-CLASS modern sleeping rooms.
Prospect 6705. 1034 Elm street.
APARTMENTS—TO LET.
SWO-BOOM apartment. semi-modern,
. nicely furnished, gas, phone, refrigera
tor, bed for small child; can do washing,
$1.50 per week. Woodruff 1395. 711 ’m
Dormtn street. Room 2.
DESIRABLE apartment of two rooms,
bath and sun parlor; can be rented if
party buys handsome furnishings; close
in. Address A No. 836. Times.
OFFICE AND STORES—TO TeT.
OFFICE ROOMS.
Attractive office rooms in the new
TRANSPORTATION BUILDING (being
remodeled), southeast corner Delaware
and South streets.
WILLIAM F. WOCHER.
Sole agent.
City Trust building.
Main *99*. Auto. 24-806.
PRIVATE office, furnished or unfur
nished; lights and phone included.
Main 67*5.
OFFERINGS BY THE STOREB.
Match Your Coat
with a pair of / | \
TROUSERS 1
THE PANTS ' |
STORE CO.
Two Storet u. LJ
4S W. Ohio. ft
BUSINESS SERVICES.
FOR paper hanger. Call Johnson, Wood
ruff *716.
PATCH PLASTERING. Belmont 1680.
BUSIN ESS C HAN CE 8,
FOR SALE—Leading taxi line in :ity of
11.000. Established, having been oper
ated under same management for last six
years. All Veils cars in excellent condi
tion. Best location and earning good
profits. Address A. F. SMITH. Bedford.
Ind.
IF TOU want a grocery, confectionery,
fruit stand, barber shop, talior shop or
other business, see
INDIANA BUSINESS EXCHANGE.
513 Indiana Trust. Main 2674.
“ FEATHERS
Bought, sold, renovated, mattresses and
pillows made to order. E. F. BL'P.KLB,
414 Mass ave. Main 142*. New 23-775.
MALE HELP—WANTED.
MEN WANTED
BIG 4 ELEVATOR
COMPANY
Big 4 Railroad and
Sherman Drive
Prospect 6878
YOUNG MEN
Post office clerks, letter carriers, railway
Stall clerks, etc., for the government.
Goo dentrance salaries with promotions
certain. For fall paitlculars and a special
course of instruction, call or write Imme
diately.
INDIANA CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL.
157 N. Illinois at. Suite 207.
Open evenings. Main 595
WANTED LABORERS’
18TH AND MILL. IN
DIANAPOLIS LIGHT &
HEAT CO.
WHITE LABORERS. AMERICAN
HOMINY COMPANY, WEST
EIGHTEE.VTH STREET AND BELT
RAILWAY.
WANTED
A practical man nurse to take care of
MS aped and Infirm man. Address ROY
WARMOTH, Stlleevlle. Ind.
WANTED —Skilled labor for piano fac
tory 1 all department#. Piece work; fine
location; rents low; steady work all year.
Apply to MEISTER PIANO CO , Monroe
villa. Ohio.
LABORERS”
day and night. INDIANAPOLIS
CASTINGS COMPANY, 131 South Hard
in v street.
DRIVER and helpers on moving van; ex
perienced on handling household good*.
FRANK SHELLHOUSE FIREPROOF
WAREHOUSE CO.
VAMTXD— Auto mechanic. MAPLE ROAD
■■ '
MALE HELP—WANTED,
UMBERS
■ffl J, RiIIKER
cupin ■
602 W. McCARTY ST.
STEADY WORK ALL
UNDER COYER.
BEST WAGES.
STEADY, PERMANENT
EMPLOYMENT.
WANTED
50 UNSKILLED MEN.
POSITIONS AS
GRID MOLDEP.S,
HELPERS AND TRUCKERS.
8-HOUR SHIFT, FROM
3 p. M. TO 11 P. M.
BEST WAGES AND GOOD
PRODUCTION AND ATTEND
ANCE BONUS.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY.
EASY TO LEARN UNDER
TRAINED MEN AS
INSTRUCTORS.
APPLY AT ONCE.
63 S. ILLINOIS OR
SPEEDWAY EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE.
, PREST-O-LITE CO
INC.
SPEEDWAT.
PLANT 1.
I*9T. • -14-20.
WANTED A LADY
WITH SELLING EX
PERIENCE TO TAKE
CHARGE OF OUR CO
LUMBIA GRAPHONOLA
RECORD DEPT. GOOD
OPPORTUNITY FOR
CAPABLE PARTY. AD
DRESS A 1527, TIMES.
PERMANENT POSI
TION, HIGH SENIOR
ITY STANDING, EXPE
RIENCED YARD CON
DUCTORS AND BRAKE
MEN FOR THE BIG 4
R. R. AT CLEVELAND,
OHIO. APPLY ROOM
404 SAKS BLDG.
WANTED. (SiKJSTKTM
LAME IS
STEADY WORK ALL VEM
Shelby St. and Troy Ave.
End of Shelby St. Car Line.
HAIL'CONSTRUCTION 00.
LABORERS, WHITE OR
COLORED. HOLCOMB
& HOKE MFG. CO., VAN
BUREN AND DRAPER
STS
Take Shelby car. Get off
at Belt, walk three squares
east. Employment office.
PERMANENT POSI
TION, HIGH SENIOR
ITY STANDING, EXPE
RIENCED YARD CON
DUCTORS AND BRAKE
MEN FOR INDIANAPO
LIS TERMINAL DIVI
SION, BIG 4 R. R. 615
MAJESTIC BLDG.
A-l LATHE MEN
AND EXPERI
ENCED J. & L.
OPERATORS.
MODERN ELEC
TRIC & MACHINE
CO.
WHITE LABORERS.
ASSEMBLERS.
TRUCKERS.
We need a number of good handy white
men. about 26 years old, for work for
which they are adapted. Modern plant
and equipment. Apply employment office.
J. D. ADAMS & CO..
217 South Belmont ave.
WANTED
HIGH-GRADE
. MILLWRIGHTS
AND
ELECTRICIANS.
PREST-O-LITE CO.,
INC.
SPEEDWAY.
17IT. 6-14-20.
WANTED—Experienced firemen on chain
grate stokers. Apply MR. RAY. Union
Traction Power House. Anderson. Ind.
WIRE workers, framers and weavers at
HOLLENBECK'S. 120 South Liberty
street.
AUTO trimmer* and top builders. ECON
OMY AUTO PAINTING CO., 44* North
Capitol. Main 3486.
WANTED—Man for bookkeeper and cash
ier. Must have had previous experience.
Address A No. 887. Times.
MEN for milk plant; good wages, steady
work. Telephone Prospect 6182. Key
stone and Minnesota streets.
WANTED—Colored janitor. Apply to
James Courtney, CITIZEN'S GAS CO.,
first floor.
WANTED—YoukA man to work id gio
ery, 2101 Pleasant street. '
BAKER wanted; nrse class. KESSLER
BAKERY, Greenabyg, Indiana.
LABORING men. W.UL HUFFMAN CO.T
&L CMs mA -ouujX
MALE HELP—WANTED.
FOUNDRY
LABORERS
Steady Employment
EITEMISE MU
WORKS
24th and Yandes
THE PREST-O-LITE CO.,
' INC..
SPEEDWAY
PLANT 1,
NEEDS
15 HUSKY MEN
AS
HELPERS AND TRUCKERS
IN PLATING AND POLISHING
DEPARTMENT.
APPLY
63H S. ILLINOIS OR
SPEEDWAY EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE.
170 T. 6-16-20.
WANTED
BOARD HAMMERMAN
LAKESIDE FORGE
COMPANY,
ERIE, PA.
Men, boys and colored
women wanted. S. Key
stone Ave and Belt R. R.
Take Prospect car to end
of line. Fairmount Glass
Works.
A-l MOTOR
ASSEMBLERS
MIDWEST ENGINE CO.
Come Prepared to Go to Work
19th and Martindale
GRINDERS
; experienced, for rough work. Apply m
--j ployrr.ent department, IMPERIAL DROP
l FORGE CO., 610 South Harding.
! COMPOSITOR —THE INDIANA PRINT
ING CO. of Crawfordsvllle. Ind., want*
| a union Job compositor dealring a steady
I situation.
SAFETY RAZOR BLADES
sharpened. TUTTLEDGE. 241 Indiana avs.
SALESMEN—WANTED.
WANTED Hlgh-clasa salesmen for
country proposition. Men with car pre
ferred. Posatbliltler depend upon ability
to produce Territory now open in all sec
tions of state. Present force are aver
aging over *SO per week above road ox*
pensea For further details write Sales
manager. 5603 Julian avenue. Indianapolis,
Ind.
TRAVELING salesmen: splendid paying
positions BUSINESS MEN’S SERVICE
BUREAU. 433 Lemcke Bldg.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
WOMEN
To iron women’s garments
and fancy articles; experi
ence preferred, but not nec
essary. French Steam Dye
Works, “The Garments
Cleaners,’’ 49 Monument
Circle.
permanent
POSITIONS
FOR GIRLS
IN TELEPHONE
WORK
There are Immediate vacancies
in this work, where girls over
16 years of age may obtain
steady employment year round,
with vacation, excellent working
facilities, attractive positions.
You may choose telephone work
for your permanent vocation. It
will appeal to you.
INDIANA BELL
TELEPHONE CO.
Corner New York and Meridian
Streets.
Applicant’s information desk in
lobby.
WANTED—Another girl to assist our
office secretary with clerical work at
$2 .50 per day in exchange for a course in
shorthand or bookkeeping, or both. See
Fred W. Case, principal. CENTRAL
BUSINESS COLLEGE, third floor Uni
versity Park Bldg., corner Pennsylvania
and Vermont streets. One door north
Y. W, C. A.
GIRLS WANTED
In spreading department on white muslin
underwear: good salary, steady employ
ment. Apply In person, H. B. FERGUSON
CO., 11l West Raymond street. Prospect
3212.
WANTED—Young lady, good reader, to
assist In the dictation department In re
turn for a shorthand or bookkeeping
Course. See Fred W. Case. principal.
CENTRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE. third
floor University Park bldg., corner Penn
sylvania and Vermont streets. One door
north Y. W. C. A.
GIRLS FOR LIOHT FAC
TORY WORK. MOD
ERN ELECTRIC AND
MACHINE CO.
WANTED TWO COLORED
WOMEN FOR CLEANING.
APPLY MATRON CITY HOS
PITAL.
Power machine operators,
sl2. Compac Tent Cos.,
Woodruff 5145.
WANTED—Lady for night nurse; one
who has had institutional work pre
ferred. Call or write HORD SIANTTAR
IUM, Shelbyvllle. Ind.
NURSE maid; private family. Telephone
Belmont >42. \
T liiini Iflil* to\ylrt| In housework.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1920.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
Power machine operators,
sl2. Compac Tent Cos.,
Woodruff 5145.
WOMEN and girls; sevsral over 16; per
manent employment; good wages. The
Overall Laundry, 2520 East Twelfth st.
Woodruff 294.
TAILORESS, EXPERIENCED ON MEN’S
CLOTHING ALTERATIONS; STEADY
POSITION. RUBENS, 39 WEST WASH
INGTON ST.
GIRLS over 16; upstairs over 458 South
Meridian. HONEY DEW BUTTER
SCOTCH CO.
SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE.
CALL' Circle 1361 for high-grade office
help. BUSINESS MEN’S SERVICE
BUREAU. 433 Lemcke Bldr.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
CENTENNIAL SALE
Mr. Prospective Buyer: We have
a few more cars that we would like
to dispose of this following week in
order to make room for more trades.
If you want to buy a good car, see
these first.
National sedan, 7-passenger. 1919; reg
ular price, 92,600; today’s price, 82,500 net.
National touring, 7-passenger, 1918;
regular price 11,800; today’s price, f1.500
net.
National touring, 1917; regular price,
81,500; today’s price, 81.200 net.
National touring. 7-paasenger, 1917;
regular price, 81.500; today's price, 81,200
net.
National touring. 7-paseenger, 1916; reg
ular price. 81.200; today's price. 81.000 net.
National roadster. 4-passenger, 1917;
regular price, 81.200; today's price, 81.050
net.
National touring. 7-passenger, 1917; reg
ular price, 81.000; today's price, 8850 net.
Cole touring, 7-passenger, 1917; regular
price, 8850; today's price. 8600 net.
Packard chassis, 6-ey!lndr; regular
price, 81.000; today's price, iB6O net.
Case touring, 7-pussenger, 1917; regular
price. 8550; today's price, 8800 net.
Overland touring. 5-passenger, 1917; reg
ular price. . 8850; today's price, 8700 net.
Jackson roadster, 2-passenger, 1917; reg
ular price, 9850; today's price. 8600 net.
Mitchell touring. 7-passenger, 1917; reg
ular price, 8550: today's price, 8600 set.
Chalmers touring, 7-paeoenger, 1915:
wire wheels; regular price. 87 50; today's
price. 9600 net.
Some of these cars are being
painted and some are ready to drive
away. Look this list over. 40%
down and the balance in one year.
SUPERIOR GARAGE
34th and Central Ave.
Wash. 2149. Automatic 41-941
National Automotive Cos.
426 North Capitol Avenue.
Indlanapois, Ind.
BARGAINS
used' n cars
Most of these cars have been rebuilt,
repainted and retopped.
Down. Weekly.
Orant roadster 876 84.50
Saxon roadster 75 4 60
Regal touring 100 5.00
Overland S3 touring 125 5,50
Maxwell touring 195 6 60
Dort touring.... 145 6.90
Allen touring 146 6.00
Brlacoe touring 145 6.00
Scrtppa-Booth touring 145 6 50
Chevrolet touring 175 6.0
Reo touring 175 6 50
Empire touring 195 7,0
Bulok 6 roadster 2S 500
Cadillac 1 roadster, 1919... 1.600
And many othera too numerous to
mention.
Indianapolis Auto Parts
and Tire Company
618 X. Capitol. Open evenings.
RECONSTRUCTED
AUTOMOBILES
A full list of good
used cars that have
been completely over
hauled and repainted.
Terms to suit the pur
chaser.
NATIONAL
AUTOMOTIVE
COMPANY
426 N. Capitol Ave.
CHEVROLET. 1919, 4-90; sedan; new cord
tires; paint unexcelled; motor Al. Se
this at once
JONES-WHITAKER SALES CO.
Department of Uaed Cara.
343 N. Capitol ave. Main 5646.
CHEVROLET 8, touring; good paint, good
tires; mechanically good, each or pay
ments. DI ETZ-JA M ES. 334 East Market
street. Main 571*. Open evening* and
Sunday morning*.
AUBURN touring. good shape, newly
painted; a bargain, cash or payments
Dletz-Jame*, 234 E. Market *t. Main
5716. Open evenings and Sunday morn-
In*
OVERLAND touring, good shape, newly
painted; a bargain; cash or payments
DIETZ-. 1 A MES. 324 East Market atreet.
Main 5716. Open evening* and Sunday
morning.
CHEVROLET COUPE, late mode), look*
like new; lust the thing for a doctor.
DIETZ-JAMES. 334 E Market. Main
6716. Open evening* and Sunday.
OAKLAND "6" touring, new paint; cash
or terms DIETZ-JAMES. 334 East Mar
ket. Main 6716. Open evening* and Sun
day morning
PEERLESS 8. 1919; 7 passenger. This
car lt\ good a* new. Owner leaving town.
THE MOTOR MART.
140 Delaware St. Main 1984.
ONE 1918 Ford touring, *375; one 1917
For.d touring, 1826; must be een to
appreciated, (lree-claaa condition, private
owner. 317 South Balmont.
INTERSTATE touring; good tlree, in ex
cellent meohanica! condition.
THE MOTOR MART.
{4O N, Delaware St. Main 1984.
MAXWELL TOURING—in good shape. A
bargain. Term* or trade. DIETZ
JAMES. 234 East Market St. Main 5716.
Open evenings and Sunday morning.
CHEVROLET touring; here 1* a bargain,
*365.
THE MOTOR MART.
1919 CHEVROLET” coupe 4-90, in good
mechanical shape; ha* good tlrea and
paint; a bargain. Dletz-Jamee Sale* Cos.,
384 Eat Market. Main 5716.
MONROE TOURING, aimoat new, bargain
price; terms or trade. Dletz-Jame*. ;{34
East Market street. Main 6716. Open
evenings nnd Sunday morning.
DODGE rnadeter, {650.
THE MOTOR MART.
140 N. Delaware St. Main 1984.
COM~M UN WEALTH Four-Forty automo
bile. DIETZ-JAMES, 334 East Market.
Main 5716. Marlon county dealers
MAXWELL touring, a* good as new, *460.
‘ THE MOTOR MART,
140 N. Delaware St. Main 1984.
FORD touring, {BOO.
THE MOTOR MART,
140 N. Delaware St. Main 1984.
MAXWELL touring, {325. Owner, 2204
_ Eait Now JYork.
DETROITER 6, touring; good condition,
{450. Call Washington 4035.
AUTO REPAIRS AND SUPPLIED
1 JOB PLATING
Nothing ie too large or too
■mall for u* to handle. Special
equipment for repairing auto
mobile trimmings.
INDIANAPOLIS PLATING CO.
638-85 Kentucky ave.
Main 2936. Main 652*.
\
Batteries recharged, repaired, rebuilt.
Guaranteed new batteries for any car.
Second-hand batteries cheap.
Open until 9 p. m.
BATTERY DISTRIBUTING CO.,
607 Mass. Ave_Maln_Bl4s.
PARTS for most any make of car. Ford
parts a specialty. Baigain* in tire* of
all sizes Try us and save money.
CAPITOL AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO.,
819 N. Illinois Msln *O9O.
FORD rear wheels JOHN OUBDEL
HOBFER WAGON CO„ 29* Xanluaky
auto Repairs
AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty. 823-334 North Illinois.
S & S Auto Laundry
ONE-MAN auto tops, side curtains, seat
and radiator covers. PERFECTION
AUTO TOP CO.. 1107 Udell street. North
646.
WE MAKE and repair automobile springs
for all makes of cars; bring in or ship
to us. GIIEDELHOEFER WAGON CO..
202 Kentucky avenue.
WE SPECIALIZE on automobile wheel re
pairing on all make cars; up-to-mlnute
equipment. THE JOHN GUEDKLHOEF
ER WAGON CO., 202 Kentucky avenue.
HAVE YOUR automobile axles straight
ened at the JOHN GUEDELHOEFER
WAGON CO„ 202 Kentucky avenue.
AUTO PAINTING
Ford. 910 up. Others, 815 up.
D. D. FLEMING. 20 W. Wabash.
AUTOMOBILES—WANTED.
WANTED
AUTOMOBILES
100 Cars at Once
Largest buyers and sellers of
used cars in the state.
Indianapolis Auto Parts
and Tire Cos.
518 North 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
We pay cash. No delay tor your money.
It is her® for you. Came in or call.
I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
619 N. Illinois at. Main 1679. Auto 22-063.
Ws also buy Junk cara
TR UCKB—FO R SALE.
IF YOU WANT A TRUCK
One that will deliver a low-cost ton
mile, see
BURL FINCH.
Distributor.
ONE and one-hs!f-t<>n truck, good condi
tion; take team and harness In trade.
Main 3120.
AUTOS AND TRUCKS VoK hirtt
AUTOS FOR RENT—Do your own driv
ing. U-Drlve Auto Service at Hooaier
Laundry. Rear Keith* theater. Main
5*21.
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES.
THEY HAVE ARRIVED.
EXCELSIOR
TWIN. ’
MERZ MOTOR CO.,
450-52 Mas*. Ave.
HARLEY DAVIDSON
Motorcycles and Bicycles
Johnson Motor Wheels
ERNEST HUGHES
634-36 Ms** Ave. M*ln 6404
CASH paid for all kind* of motorcycles.
FLOYD PETERMAN. 509 Massachu
setts avenue.
M I SC E L L A N EOUS—FOR 3AL£~
s , •jn-. Dr>p-Hed Singer. *l6,
other bargains. II 00 per
si week. All makes HK
hj i-W PAIRED. HEMSTITCH
-ING while you wait, 16c
MSM—PER YARD
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO..
Main CuO. Auto. 25-216. *l* Ma— Ave.
buy pant* direct from the maker. vv
make them to your measure from 17.50
up. LEON TAILORING CO„ 131 East
New York.
RECORD AND PLAYER HULL EX
CHANGE TUTTLE MUSIC SHOP
301 INDIANA AV*.
MISCELLANEOUS—WANTED.
WE WILL BUT IT.
If you have any household good* or
office furniture to eel! call a buyer from
the largest, beet and beat rated used fur
niture a tors In the state.
BAKER UROa
Auto. 2 3-166 Mein 3466.
SELL IT
to the largest and beat rated u*ed furni
ture store la the state.
baker np.oa
Auto. 33-166. Main 846*.
LEW SHANK
pay* be< price* in city for household
good* and fixture* of all kind*. 227 North
New Jersey street. Main 3023.
WE will buy and pay spot cash for the
furnishings of good home*, up to *I,OOO.
BAKRK BRUk
IF your clock 1* not running phone Circle
4307. M. R. BHEARN. *ll North Ala
bama.
WANTED—A load of good, rich dirt for
flower bed. Call Circle 4298
HOUSEHOLD uOODS.
Oas Ranges
A large selection of nearly all standard
makes In both high and low oven style*.
$18.50 up.
Refrigerators
Good, sound boxes, cleaned and tested;
all size* at about half price.
Good Rugs
Room and extra large ones, hall
runners and carpets; the very best In
Indianapolis at about half the new prices.
Fine Furniture
Anything you need, every piece made
like new at half the new price. Better
good* and cheaper price* than you will
find elsewher*.
USED GOODS STORE
THE FINE STORE
424 Mas*. Ave.
REFRIGERATORS.
600 used ice boxes and refrigerators; all
good and guaranteed; all standard make*,
such a# Alaska, Bohn Siphon. McCray.
Herrick Automatic, New Iceberg. Dr.
Price, Gibson's Star. Gurney and other*.
All size* and the price average* about
one-haif the cost new.
BAKER BROS.
219 East Washington St,
Furniture
GAS STOVES.
GIL STOVES. *
Cheaper hero and easier terms. KROOT
& SON. 609 W. Washington St.
26 GOOD cabinet gas ranges* at prices
from *ls to {27.60. Cash or payments.
BAKER BROS.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Weiler Upright
piano In late style mahogany case, big
value at $225, payments $2 per week.
E. L. Lennox Piano 00.
16 North Meridian st.
GOOD piano and Italian harp. Rent or
Bell. 14 South New Jersey. I
CqAL AND WOOD FOR SALE.
POCAHONTAS M. K 19.25
KENTUCKY LUMP {9.25
ILLINOIS LUMP *7.75
INDIANA LUMP $7.25
L. M. BAIN COAL CO.
MAIN 3581. MAIN 2151.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
JOSEPH HAAS
pays highest price a for dead horses, cows
and hogs. Call Ma.'.n 1039. Auto. 25-778
FOR SALE—Good driving horse. buggy
and harness. Corner Thirty-sixth and
Whcalar.
FRESH cow and calf for sale. Two blocks
east of Arlington avenue on Twelfth at,
did you sell rrr
X 4 TWtl WBMm M 3
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
G7VT<\/7 storage cheapest
( \V/ RATES IN CITY. CALL
( \ f US. Everything at rea-
I U sonable price. Packed.
II II shipped anywhere.
Locked room if desired.
30 West Henry. Main 4699.
BAGGAGE
called for and delivered to all parts of
Cltv. TRACTION TERMINAL BAGGAGE
CO„ 118 W. Wabash street. Main 1293.
Main 6489. Auto. 31-261.
call SHANK for the best service in
hauling, packing, shipping and storage.
227-229 North New Jersey St. Main 20i|jl.
O K TRANSFER CO. for local and over
land hauling. 93S E. Washington St.
Proepect 3282.
TAILORS - AN P CL £ AIM £R S.
H. G. FITE
Practical Tailor and Cutter
Dry cleaning, pressing and repairing,
ladles' work a specialty; work called for
and delivered. North Capitol avenue and
Ohio street. Automatic 26-641.
J. SCHWARTZ, tailor and cleaner. 21
Kentucky avenue. Main 2679.
MACH INERYANDTOOLsU
WONDER MIXERS
Hoists and pumps for building
and bridge construction. All
sizes carried in stock. Burl
Finch, Dist., 312-20 W. Mary
land St.
DETECTIV ES.
Quigley-Byiand Agency
CiviUand Criminal Investigators
626-529 Law bldg Main 2903.
PET STOCK AND POULTRY.
WELL marked collie puppies. 1014
Temple avenue. East Tenth car.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE.
READ THIS OVER.
Five-room cottage; newly painted and
papered. Paved street, northeast. On
car line. Price 81,700. Terms. 2200 cash.
Six rooms on Union street. Worth
93.600. Price 22.250. One-half cash.
Coffey street. Just off Oliver avenue.
Seven rooms, bath, hardwood floors. Price
23,250. One-half caah.
Tibbs avenue, near Michigan. 5 rooms;
extra good. Newly painted and papered.
Price 23.600. 21.000 cash.
Good avenue. Irvington. 6 rooms, mod
ern. Lot 66x205; fruit; garden. Garage.
Price 23.600; 21.500 cash.
Modem double, on West Michigan st.
Six rooms to side. House is lined and
well built. Baih and furnaces Extra lot
with It. Rents 245 a month. Price
23.700.
Rockwood avenue, close -o Illinois
(Fairvlew) car. Five-room modern bun
galow. Price {3,750. Terms. SI,OOO cosh.
Double on Bellsfontalne street, close to
Twentieth. Five rooms to side. New roof.
Rents S4B. Price $3,800.
Macpherson avenue Seven rooms, mod
ern. with hardwood floors all over. Pri
vate water system. Lot 41x166. Paved
atreet. This is a bargain at $4,000.
Belifontaine street. 2000 square. Seven
rooms modern. Garage. Price $4,006.
Terms. S7OO cash.
Four acres at Beech Grove. Just off of
Pike road (Bethel ave). Seven-room
house. Plenty fruit, berries and shade.
Price 14.600. Terms, SI,OOO cash, balance
five years.
New bungalow, north on Broadway.
Paved etreet. Strictly modem In every
way. Tile floor in bath room. Laundry.
Price $6,250. $2,000 <-a*h.
Maple Road boulevard, near Capitol ave.
Steven rooms, modern, with full basement.
Price $7,600. Terms. $3,000 cash.
A. V ZAINEY. REALTOR.
149 Fat Market atreet. Main 2814.
North Indianapolis
Home
West 35th at.; beautiful location;
seven rooms and bath; furnace;
large basement; garage One of
the prettiest home* in this beau
tiful section of the city. Price
la only $6,200. Shown by ap
pointment only.
J. S. CRUSE
REALTY CO.,
Realtors,
128 N. Delaware st.
Main 6840. Phones: Auto. 24-361.
Suburban Home
Southport on main etreet. lOlx
190; 8-room house, al! conven
iences except bath; fruit and
shade. Outbuildings, convenient
to church, school and interurban
line.
PRICE. $4,500.
SI,OOO cash payment balance easy.
Dunlop & Holtegel,
Realtors
122 E. Market st.
South Side Home on
Payments
Four rooms and large pantry,
city water, gas, cement walks,
paved street; close to oar lino
nnd school; price Is only $2,100;
$350 cash, balance $13.00 per
month.
J. S. CRUSE
REALTY CO.,
Realtors,
128 N. Delaware st.
Main 6840. Phones: Auto. 24-361.
Owner Leaving City
Beautiful home, located north;
8 rooms and bath; strictly up-to
date in every respect; double ga
rage; beautiful lot, 80x186.
PRICE, $11,500.
This Is a real bargain.
Dunlop & Holtegel,
Realtors
122 *K. Market st.
On Payment Plan
Six rooms, cottage, gas, electric
lights, paved street; fine loca
tion on Lexington ave. A dandy
home at a very low’ price. Our
price only $3,000. A reasonable
cash payment, balance same as
rent.
J. S. CRUSE
REALTY CO.,
Realtors,
128 N. Delaware st.
Main 5840. Phones: Auto. 24-361.
$300.00 Cash, Bal. $25.00
per Month
buys a dandy 6-room cottage on King ave..
between Michigan and Tenth; large lot
with plenty of shade and ilowers; paved
street.
Bloodworth & Gladden
529 Peoples Bank Bldg. Phone, Circle 332.
Let us write yo.ur fire insurance.
South Side
Six-room modern home in good neigh
borhood. near school: first-class condi
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REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE.
We have property for in
vestment and for homes
listed below at right prices.
Two double houses, N.
Belmont, 500 block. Rent
for S3O, Price $2,800 each.
Double house on Grace
St.; 5 rooms a side. Price
$3,500.
Double house on Eastern
Ave.; 6 rooms a side. Price
$3,200.
Double house on Finley;
5 rooms a side. Price
$3,000.
6-room modern cottage,
Temple Ave., north. Price
$4,800.
Semi modem cottage, S.
Grace, $3,500.
5- semi-modem cot
tage, N. Rural, $3,500.
6- semi-modem cot
tage, N. Temple. Price
$2,750.
Semi-modem cottage, N.
Beville, 6 rooms, $3,500.
N. Tacoma, 9-room semi
modern house, $4,500.
N. Sheman drive, 8-room
modem, $4,500.
GILL REALTY CO.
Main 1646 Auto. 28-236
AM Ouildlng several nice new
homes of four to six rooms. Just
south of Bethel avenue, north of
Albany street; within walking dis
tance of Beech Grove shops. Three
blocks to good common school, high
school and street car with service
from early morning until about
midnight Churches, stores and
bank nearby; only short distance
from paved street all the way to
city. Electric lights. cut glass
fixtures; good well water, cement
porches and walks; gable roof
sheds; yards nicely fenced; Just
the place for garden, chickens and
fresh air. More ground adjoining
at rate of one dollar per week If
desired. Will sell to satisfactory
parties with small amount cash
who can pay from 225 to 240 per
month Including Interest. Take
Beech Grove car to Ninth avenue;
go north two blocks. Houses open
for inspection all day Sundav.
HORACE T. FRANKLIN
1014 Peoples Bank BtiUding.
Main 1924 or North 618.
WEST
Semi-modern cottage In Warman ave.; 5
rooms, electric lights, well and clsterrff
newly decorated; $2,400; S3O cash. See
J. W. Eider.
Schmidt & Smith, Inc.,
Realtors
IMMEDIATE occupancy; two fine doubles,
in 700 block. Grove street; one has 5
rooms to a side and the other six; these
houses have gas and city water and are
in excellent condition throughout: here
is an opportunity to secure a fine double
at a low price; these can be bought on
easy terras. (3.500 for the 5 rooms and
$3,750 for the 6 rooms; these bargains will
not last long. Apply H. G. DAHLIIAM.
Main 5070. 1605 Merchants Bt nk bldg.
351 North Addison, $3,000
Six room*, electric lights, gas for cook
ing. newly painted and decorated. This
is a dandy little home for somebody.
Bloodworth & Gladden
619 People* Bank Bldg. Phone. Circle 332.
Let us write your fire insurance.
Seven Rooms, East
Semi-modern, three bed-ooms. good, lot.
good location, paved street. (3.000; SSOO
cash, balance monthly.
See Mr. Mclnteer, with
I. N. Riehie & Son, Realtors
151 E. Market. Main 620.
After o p. tn. call Irvington 3597.
COLORED BUYERS
Strictly modern home of seven rooms,
Cornell avenue at Twenty-first street.
Terms to suit to responsible party.
Lawrence J. Sexton & Cos.,
316 Indiana Trust Bldg.
Main 4307. Prospect 281.
2200~BLOCK. IVIXTEK AYE.
Five-room cottage; electric lights, cis
tern and well, cement walks; fruit and
shrubbery. House in good condition.
Price $2,800; *3OO cash, balance monthly.
F. H. COOPER, with
W. H. COOPER CO..
328 Lemcke Bldg.
SSOO Cash and S2O Per Month
English ave.. near Shelby. 6-room cot
tage on car line, with gas, electricity,
cellar, cistern, city water in yard; good
sized rooms. Price $2,200.
STATE SAVINGS * TRUST CO.
Main 4617.
~ $8,500 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION.
SI,OOO down. $25 per month. 8 rooms,
gas for lighting and cooking; long grape
arbor; large barn and celiac cistern and
well in kitchen; lot *7x150; 700 block N.
Bellevlew place. MR. LEE, Belmont 1680.
FIVE-ROOM house; gas Tor lights and
cooking, large lot and barn cheap for
cash, $1,400; possession at once if you
want It. West Wilkins street. Call Bel
mont 1580.
__ 32,200”
S4OO down. *l* per month; double houee,
6 rooms to side; gas for light and oooklng,
well and cistern; front porch and big yard.
On the hill. West Indianapolis.
MR. LEE. Belmont 1680.
‘ ST.*6IY
S2OO down. sl6 a month. 5-room honse,
newly painted; city water; gas for lights;
tn the 900 block on Maple street.
MR. LEE. Belmont 1680.
CHOICE large lot near Maple Road blvd..
within two squares of fairgrounds; sl#
cash, balance *r weekly. 640 Lemoke
Annex. Main 1409.
I HAVE 97 homes on south side; modern
and semi-modern; cash and payments.
From four to eleven rooms. For particu
lars call Prospect 6184 after 4 p. m.
ORIENTAL. Just south of Washington,
cottage, gas, well, cistern, paved street
and alley. $200.00 cash, $20.00 per month.
THE SOUTHERN LUMBER CO.
SOUTH ORIENTAL, 11 rooms, bath, fur
nace. electricity, city water. paved
street. Ideal house and location for room
ing house. Price $2,200. Woodruff 2092.
SEVEN-ROOM completely modern home
on West Washington car line. Prioa
$3,500.00: $500.00 cash, $25.00 monthly.
Woodruff 7024.
WHY pay that July rent? New three
room house, one acre of ground for
$1,500; S6OO cash and sls per month.
Owner evenings, Prospect 1493.
FOR SALE—Cottage on Fletcher avenue,
newly papered and* painted; vacant. Call
at 684 Lemcke Bldg., between 12 and 1
p. m. or 6 and 6 p. m.
WHY pay that July rent? New three
room houee, one acre of ground for
$1,600; S6OO cosh and sls per month.
Owner evenings. Prospect 1493.
FOR SALE—One story frame, 6 rooms and
bath. Condition Al. Located on Wil
cox street near Belmont. Call Belmont
1661.
$2,300.
S4OO down, S2O month, 5-room house.
MR. LEE. Belmont 1680.
ONE ACRE EAST; excellent” location;
just what you want; easy payments.
Washington 894.
CUT THE COST of living; buy two acre*
near city. Will build you a house for
S6OO cash; rest like rent. Woodruff 7443.
juuT*
REAL ESTATE—FOR gALSMjjja
OLNET, north of Tenth Btreet, six
gas. city water In yard, cistern,
naved street: $1,150.00 cash. |20.00
ly. Woodruff 247 after 6:30.
IMMEDIATE possession, four-room house*
21,300 cash. West Indianapolis.
MR. LEE. Belmont 1580.
11,800. COLORED BUYERS.
9300 down, 220 a month, 5-room house, \
on Blake street. MR. LEE. Belmont 1680.
INDIANA TRUST CO.
Eells real estate, collects rent, writes
Are Insurance.
81,400. COLORED BUYERS.
9400 down. 915 a month, four-room house.
MR. LEE. Belmont 1580.
FIVE-ROOM MODERN bungalow, well
located on fine lot. Easy terms. North
7476 after 6:30.
FIVE-ROOM HOME. Gale, "near 24th; lot
40x170; 82,650.00. Terms. THE SOUTH
ERN LUMBER CO.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE, gals, electricity,
well, cistern, garage; 82,650. Terms.
Woodruff 247 after 7:30.
REAL ESTATE---WANTED.
HOUSES wanted. List your property
with us for sale; buyers waiting.
FINNEY & HILL.
2648 Northwestern. North 949,
WANTED property to sell. Have got
buyers and no houses. HOOSIER REAL
ESTATE OFFICE
MR. LEE Belmont 1580.
LET ME sell your property. I can H|
quick results. 8. G. BULLUP, 1349 Nil
Senate. Circle 4956, Auto. 26-719. . /
HOUSE, five to seven rooms, not neces
sarily modern. Will pay spot cash. Main
142. '!
LIST your property with LAWRENCE J.
SEXTON & CO., 316 Indiana Trust bid*.'
Main 4307. ■ i
MODERN HOME for cash customer. Main,
107. (
FARMS—FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—Hardwood farming land. An
opportunity for the working man. Come
ana work for us in sawmill, planing mill,'
chemical plant, yards or woods and at
same time pick out and start making
payments on your own farm. Near town;'
first-class soil; land easily cleared; good
roads, churches, schools and market
handy. Land rapidly Increasing In value.'
Now selling at 915 to 920 per acre. Come
or write us for information. HACKLBY
PHELPS LUMBER CO.. Phelps (Vila Cos.),
Wls.
FOR SALE: —At once. 36 acres. house,
barn; 600 peach trees, full budded fruit,
apple orchard, berries; one mile from
school and church, 3% miles from Mar
tinsville. Needs attention at ones Price,
92.600. Information, 607 West Pike street.
Martinsville. Ind. •
FOR SALE or jrade, 10 farms frem 215
per acre up to 20. Come and look
them over. R. F. BP.AMMER, Owens
burg, Ind. '
FINANCIAL,
MONEY TO LOAN
On First Mortgage
Security
SIX PER CENT
GILL REALTY CO. ;
Main 1646, Auto. 28-236 i
WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE REAL
ESTATE LOANS PROMPTLY. WB
PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS!.
MORTGAGES, BONDS AND STOCKS
LISTED AND UNLISTED.
INDIANAPOLIS SECURITIES CO.
FRANK K. SAWYER. Pres.
Third floor. Law Building.
Second Mortgage -*
Real estate loans made on good far r 7ij
and Improved city properties. GIB-!
KALTER FINANCE COMPANY. 108 N.l
Delaware street. Main 1618.
INSURANCE In all branches. AUBREY
D. PORTER. 916 Peoples Bank Bldg.
Main 7043.
WE MAKE second mortgages on farm or
city property. AETNA MTG. AND INV.
CO. Main 7101. 608 Fidelity Trust Bldg.
LOANS ON DIAMONDS; 3H% per month.
BURTON JEWELRY CO.. 63 Monument
INSURANCE in all branches. AUBREY
D. PORTER. 916 Law bldg. Main 7049.
LEGAL NOTICES.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that all property
belonging to the Pan-American Lumber
and Investment Company, consisting of
furniture and rooming will be offered for
eale at 2 p. m.. Wednesday. June 23, 1930,
at 302 Saks building. Indianapolis, Ind..
to the highest bidder for caßh.
All goods then unsold, including one
Ford runabout, red barn paint, fence
posts and certain equities in real estate
will be offered for sale at private sale
from day to day until sold at the office of
the undersigned. Xo property sold for
less than appraised value and for cash.
LEO X. SMITH, Receiver.
1541 Lemcke Annex, Indianapolis. \
Dies From Wounds
Received at St. Mihiel
BALTIMORE, Md., June 15.—The
body of Lieut. Robert Forrester of At
lanta, who died at Hebrew hospital, this
city, from wounds received in action
while with the Eighty-second division,
was taken to Atlanta today.
Lieut. Forrester who had been at the
hospital for seven months, was wound
ed at St. Mihiel in the fall of 1918. /
He was a member of a number of
prominent Atlanta clnbs.
Court Asked When
‘Cloth’ Is ‘Clothes’
NEW YORK, June 15. Following'
quashing- of an Indictment against the'
American Woolen Company and Presi
dent Wood, a writ of error today was
asked by government officials.
This move on the part of the govern- .
ment will bring the question as to what
constitutes wearing apparel and manu-'
factured cloth to the supreme court.
A decision was expected In October.
President Ebert
Threatens to Quit
BERLIN, June 15.— -President Ebert la
threatening to resign unless the leaders
of the various political parties unite
soon In the formation of a coalition cabi
net. according to a newspaper report
current today.
The latest leader commissioned to <
form a ministry la Karl Trim bom of
the centrist party.
Labor Men Will Ask
Hiram to Run Anyway;
RICHMOND, Va., June 15.—Ropreten- <
tatlves of labor organisations are ob
taining signatures to a petition asking
Senator Hiram Johnson to repudiate the
republican platform and announce him
self as an Independent candidate for the
presldenejr. It was declared today that
thousands of persons already had signed.
Sentenced 24 hours
After Murder Arrest
ASHLAND, Wls., June 15.—Justice
works fast In Wisconsin. Within leas
than twenty-four hours after he was ar
rested on a charge of murdering a 5-
year-old girl near here, Ed McLeod, 45,
pleaded guilty and was sentenced to the
state penitentiary.
Now Judge Is HI;
Continue I. W. W. Case
CHICAGO. June 15.—Hearing of the
cases of “Big Bill” Haywood and nine
ty-three other members of the I. W. W.,
scheduled to take place before the fed
eral circuit court of appeala today* was
postponed indefinitely because of that 1
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