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INDIANA DAILY TIMES
25-29 S. Meridian St.
PHONES—CLASSIFIED
ADV. DEPT.
Main 2600
Automatic 28-351
RATES.
One time 09 per line
Three consecutive times... .08 per line
Six consecutive times 07 per line
Male or female help wanted, situa
tion wanted, male or female; rooms to
let and board and rooms wanted—
One time 08 per line
Three consecutive times.. .07 per line
Six consevutive times 06 per line
Contract rates on application.
Legal notices 09 per line
Lodges and club
notices 75c per Insertion
Church notices (1 Inch or
less) 50c per insertion
Over 1 inch. .07 per line additional.
Death notices. Sso per insertion.
The Business Office closes at 8 p. m.
V
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
George Grinsteiner
Funoral director. 522 East Market. Old
Phone Main 908. New Phone. 27-208.
A. M. Ragsdale. J. Wash Price, John Pau*
Ragsdale.
A. Si. RAG3DALE CO.
J. C. WILSON
1210 Prospect. Auto. 61-671. Prospect 322.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS—
WM. K. KRIEGER,
New 21-164. Main 1454, 1402 N. Illinois.
UNDERTAKERS.
W. T. BLASENGYM
1635 Shelby St. Pros. 2570. Auto. 51-114.
UNDERTAKERS—HISEY & TITUS. 951
North Del. New 26-564. Main 3630 _
OEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICES.
EARLY. ANNA—Died Thursday, morn
ing. Burial from her home. 1465 North
New Jersey street. Services 9 a. m., Mon
day, Sts. Peter and Paul cathedral. Fu
neral private. Friends may call 3 p. m.
to 8 p. m. Sunday. Please omit flowers.
Member third order St. Frances.
LYONS. JOHN J.—Died Friday. July 16.
Funeral Monday, July 19 at 8:30 a. m.
from the family residence. 109 South
Traub avenue, followed by services at St.
Anthony's church at 9 a. m. Friends
invited.
TAYLOR, LUCINDA C.—Widow of the
late Judge Newton M. Taylor, died at
the residence. 1015 North New Jersey st..
July 16. Mother of Edgar S. Taylor of
Philadelphia, Franklin N. Taylor and
Nellie Taylor of this city. Funeral at the
residence. Monday at 2 p. m. Burial at
Crown Hill. Friends Invited.
IN MEMORIAM.
IN MEMORIAM—In loving remembrance
of Francis Carroi. who died four years
ago today, July 17. 1916, 22 years of age.
The depth of our sorrow we can not tell
In loss of him we love so well.
And while he lies In peaceful sleep,
His memory we shall always keep.
Sadly missed by PARENTS. BROTHER
AND SISTER.
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
testimonal meeting at 8 o’clock. Reading
rooms at 806 Kahn building, are open
daily, except Sunday. 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
and Wednesday when they close at 5
p. m.
CHRISTIAN 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 Fel
low bldg.; open daily from 10 a. m. to 9
p. m. except Wednesday, when it is closed
at 5 p. m. Open Sunday from 2 to 5 p, m.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
THIRD CHURCH OR CHRIST,
SCIENTIST
3350 Washington Boulevard.
Sunday morning service 11 a. ra. Sun
day evening service discontinued during
July. Sunday school 9:15 a. m. Wednes
day evening testimonial m*eting at S
o’clock. Reading room at 205 East
Thirty-fourth street. Open from 10 a. m.
to 9 p. m., except Wednesday, when closed
at 7:30 p. in. Also closed Sundays dur
ing July. August and September.
THE FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH.
608 North Libert v street, hold services
fiuitday at 7:45 p. m. Lecture by B. F.
Hayden. followed by messages. On
Wednesday at 2 and 7:30 p. m. the Ladles’
Aid hold regular message services. AU
are invited and made welcome.
LOST AND FOUND.
MISSING FRIENDS and relatives traced
everywhere; no criminals looked for. Call
Main 6947. or write lost agent. 18 Bald
win block. Indianapolis, Ind.
LOST—Child's tan oxford slipper between
Willard park and Rural street. Reward.
MRS. L. KAVALANIST. 45 South Rural
street. Woodruff 7569.
LOST—Tennis racket, cover and shoes.
between 7:30 and 8 o'clock, Thursday,
on Riverside car. Call Auto. 62-874. Re
ward. ,
BAG in Shortridge laboratory. Please
call Prospect 1961.
PERSONALS.
NEW PENSION LAWS.
Spanish War Veterans pensionad for,
present disabilities contracted since
service. FITZGERALD CLAIM AGENCY.
7 North Alabama street, second floor.
NOTICES.
HOT weather fabrics at prices that you
can afford to pay. Mohairs, crashes,
tropical worsteds, etc.
Coat and trousers to your measure,
532.50. 335. 337.50. 340 and up
W. G. SCHNEIDER,
39 West Ohio Street.
Be sure you are in the right place.
FURNISHED HOUSES AND FLATS.
ELEGANTLY furnished 4-room cottage;
electricity, gas, well, cistern; fine yard;
lawn swing. North 6340.
FOR RENT—Six-room house. Will sell
furniture. Call 1534 West Vermont st.
HOU S E S—W ANT ED.
WANTED—To rent house, lower duplex
or double north. Best of reference. Call
Main 6121 or evenings after 6. Washing
ton 3001. Supt. of Metropolitan Life
Insurance Cos.
*
ROOMS—TO LET.
LARGE front room and kitchenette for
light housekeeping. 116 West St. Clair
street.
TWO rooms furnished or unfurnished;
good location. North 3856.
NICELY furnished rooms at 125 North
Alabama. Main 2018.
OFFICE AND STORES—TO LET.
OFFICE ROOMS.
Attractive office rooms In the new
TRANSPORTATION BUILDING (being
remodeled), southeast corner Delaware
and South streets.
WILLIAM F. W OCHER.
Sole agent.
City Trust building.
Main 3998. Auto. 24-806.
OFFERINGS BY THE BTOREB.
A LARGE number of uncalled for suits.
in all sizes, to close out at 525. 530, 335
and 340. Worth double the price.
W. G. SCHNEIDER,
39 West Ohio Street.
Be sure you are in the right place.
DETECTIVES^
Quigiey-Hyiand Agency
CiTll and Criminal Investigator*
124-529 Law bldg Main 2*02.
MALE HELP—WANTED.
\
WANTED
FIFTY
CONSTRUCTION
LABORERS
Permanent work, the year around; good
starting wage with rapid advancement.
Apply at once, ready for work. Speedway
Employment Office. Prest-O-Lite Cos., Inc.
i
Laborers
Manufacturing season now on at
Rauh’s; beginning June 19th our rates
will be 50c per hour. Meet our truck at
Ills, and Wash. st. Comfort Station, at
6:20 a. m.
E. Ranh & Son
Fertilizer Cos.
Rear Union Stock Yards.
NOTICE “
Menders Brotherhood of Rail
way Trainmen:
Big Four railroad employing
experienced switchmen. Good
seniority. Brother trainmen
should apply in order to protect
our contract and because of il
legal strike.
C. H. RENO, General Chairman,
B. of R. T.
J. L. BAKER, Local Chairman,
B. of R. T.
S. V. LONG, President Motor
City Lodge No. 269,
PERMANENT POSI
TION, HIGH SENIOR
ITY STANDING, EXPE
RIENCED YARD CON
DUCTORS AND BRAKE
MEN FOR INDIANAPO
LIS TERMINAL DIVI
SION. BTG 4 R. R. 615
TirQTTC BTDCr.
ONE FURNACE TENDER, ONE
SHAKE-OUT MAN, FOR
FOUNDRY. KEYLESS LOCK
CO., PLANT NO. 2. TAKE
COLUMBIA CAR TO BELT
RAILROAD, ONE BLOCK
EAST.
FIRST-CLASS
GENERAL REPAIR MEN.
SEE MR. FLINT.
LOCAL BRANCH
NORDYKE & MARMON CO..
MERIDIAN AND 11TH STS.
Men, boys and colored
women wanted. S. Key
stone Ave. and Belt R. R.
Take Prospect car to end
of line. Fairmonnt Glass
Works.
TWO EXPERIENCED' MEN FOR
RECEIVING AND DISPENSING
MATERIAL. GOOD PAY. FREE
CARFARE. APPLY STOREKEEP
ER. INDIANAPOLIS STREET
RAILWAY CO., 1150 W. WASHING
TON ST.
WANTED LABORERS.
18TH AND MILL. IN
DIANAPOLIS LIGHT &
HEAT CO.
Shopmen and tiremen. Ap
ply employment depart
ment. Imperial Drop Forge.
510 Harding St.
2100 to 3200 month. Hundreds U. S.
government permanent positions now
open. Men-women, over 17 wanted.
Pleasant, interesting work. Experience
unnecessary; short hours; vacation with
pay. Common education sufficient. List
positions open. free. Write Immediately.
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. Dept. 94 K.
Rochester. N. Y.
LINOTYPE OPERATOR. Day work, in a
three-machine shop in country town
where you can make some clear money
and save it. A good tottage with cheap
rent available for a married man. State
wages wanted and when you could come.
THE BENTON REVIEW. Fowler, Ind.
Furniture Workers
Experienced men to stain and fill fur
niture; also men to handle lumber. FUR
NAS OFFICE FURNITURE CO.. 124
South Liberty.
RAILWAY mail decks are offered $1,600
entrance salary with promotions to
$2,300. For full particulars and a course
of preparation call or write INDIANA
CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL, 157 North Illi
nois street. Suite 207.
WHITE LABORERS! AMERICAN
HOMINY COMPANY, WEST
EIGHTEENTH STREET AND BELT
RAILWAY.
WANTED—MiddIe-aged man and wife
experienced in restaurant work. The
lady to work In kitchen. Call or write
to Times for oositlon Address A No.
1649, Times.
FIREMAN
for day work, to do hand firing. ROCK
WOOD MFG. CO.. 1801 English avenue.
REGISTERED pharmacist wanted, one
who knows how to manage a store; SSO
per week. K LEI NM AN’S PHARMACY.
Indiana Harbor. Ind.
WANTED Experienced engineer for
building and sewerage work; give age.
experience and salary wanted. Address
A No. 1613, Times.
PAINTERS WANTED; SI.OO ~p7r hour'
steady work; send postal. STAPLES &
SCHNEIDER. Box 28, Mt. Vernon, In
diana. •
MACHINE helpers, steady employment.
Apply machine shop foreman. West
Washington street car barns.
SAFETY RAZOR BLADES ~
sharpened. TUTTLEDGE. 2)1 Indiana >v.
WANTED—Experienced firemen on chain
grate stokers. Apply MR. RAY, Union
Traction Power House. Anderson. Ind.
WANTED—Young man as time and mate
rial keeper; give wages wanted and ex
perience. Address A No. 1612, Times.
MALE HELP-WANTED.
VVW>
WANTED
BOARD
HAMMERMAN
LAKESIDE FORGE
COMPANY,
ERIE, PA.
MAN
WITH SEVERAL YEARS' EXPERIENCE
ON LEES-BRADNER. BARBER-COLE
MAN AND BROWN & SHARP GEAR
HOBBER; FOR NIGHT SHIFT.
MIDWEST ENGINE CO
NINETEENTH AND MAKTINDALB.
POWER MACHINE REPAIR
MEN. E X P E R I E N CED,
STEADY, MARRIED. GOOD
OPPORTUNITY. ADDRESS
A 1551. TIMES.
FARMER; house, milk and garden fur
nished. BRIGHT A SON. 11l South
Meridian.
CAShTeVT Apply M r. Hughes. RIALTO
THEATER. No phone calls considered.
SALESMEN—WANTED.
SALESMAN wanted. We have territory
In this section, selling made-to-measure
clothes direct to wearer. County-wide
reputation. Men wanted who can pro
duce. Make application for fall line
NOW. References required. P. H.
DAVIS TAILORING CO.. Cincinnati. O.
SALESMAN who have energy. courage
and able to understand a financial prop
osition. Call after 4 p. m., Saturday or
all day Monday. 1052 Lemcke Annex
bldg.
SALESMEN—26; capable of earning S3OC
a month commission. COMPUTING
VISIBLE MEASURE PUMP COMPANY.
1542 West Washington.
AG E NTS - W A NT E D.
AGENTS —BIG SUMMER SELLER.
Something new. concentrated soft
drinks. Just add water. delicious
drinks in a Jeffy anytime, anywhere. Big
sellers for home, picnics, parties, socials,
etc. Guaranteed under pure food laws.
Carry in pocket. Agents coining money.
$6 to sl2 a day. Write for free outfit
offer today. AMERICAN PRODUCTS
CO., 439 American Bldg., Cincinnati, O.
GET particulars. article requiring $5
capital: manufactured by anyone; rate
of 30 per hour; costs 5 cents, sells $1 to
laborer or banker. 214a Commercial
bldg., Oakland. Calif.
$3.00 to $5.00 an hour soiling Kwallty
Rane Kotes. Made to measure for men,
women and children. We pay highest
commissions. We deliver and collect.
Samples free. Writs today. THE LIB
ERTY RAINCOAT COMPANY. Dept. A.
*7 Dayton, O.
INTER-TIRES astonish buyers. Money
hack guarantee. Half profit. Exclu
sive Write HAUNES.S-TOWLKU. 105
West Main, Louisville. Ky.
INSTRUCTIONS.
pr.OF. RAYNO’S Old reliable. school for
the stage. Established ISSO. Thousands
of pupils who are playing the best of
theaters. Violin; all kinds of fancy stage
dancing acts taught and completed for
good season's engagements Ladles’ and
gentlemen wishing to start In and learn
call PROF. RAVNO. 224 West Ohio
street. Main 2069.
HUNDREDS railway mall clerks wanted.
Indianapolis examinations soon; li.iO
month List positions free. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE. Dept. 95 U Rochester. N. Y.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
GIRLS
16 years and over.
Have you considered the advantage of
telephone work 7
Did you know that we pay you well
while you are learning the work, that even
a beginner earns not less than sl6 a week?
That our vigllence safeguards }4*ur
health in every way and our free insur
ance benefits pays you In case you should
take sick? '
That our working conditions are un
i rivaled. Including beautiful rest and rec
reation rooms, hot lunches at coat, steady
employment, paid vacations, etc. 7
Here Is a profession you will be proud
to enter. Splendid chance for speedy ad
vancement.
Apply at Main ofHc- Meridian and
New York streets.
Employment desk In lobby.
INDIANA BELL
TELEPHONE COM PAN Y
,
WANTED —GIRLS BE
; TWEEN AGES OF 17 AND 35
FOR OUR WINDING DE
PARTMENT; GOOD WAGES
WHILE LEARNING; AT
TRACTIVE PIECE RATE
EARNINGS IN A SHORT
TIME. EMPLOYMENT DE
PARTMENT, FAI R B ANKS
MORSE & CO. TWENTY
FIRST AND NORTHWEST
ERN AVE.
We can use several fac
tory clerks and machine
operators; starting rate
good, with opportunity for
advancement.
ROCKWOOD MFG. CO.
'lBOl English Ave.
Pastry Cook
Colored; steady position short
hours, good salary. Apply White's,
34 the Circle.
GIRLS WANTED FOR OUR DRAPERY
ROOM. POWER MACHINE AND
HAND SEWING. SANDER & RECTOR.
STENOGRAPHER.
We have several stenographic positions
open; salaries from SIS to $25. Call for
interview.
BUSINESS MEN'S SERVICE BUREAU.
433 Lemcke bldg.
STENOGRAPHERS, experienced. We have
two good positions for experienced
stenographers; must have a pleasing per
sonality and be able to meet the public.
Call ROYAL TYPEWRITER CO.
GENERAL housework maid, good cook.
fairly reliable and competent; city ref
erences required; no laundry work. 4203
North Pennsylvania street. Washington
3000. Belmont 2070.
WANTED —Luay for night nucee. one
who has had Institutional work pre
ferred. Call or write HORD SANITAR
IUM. Shelbyvllle. Ind.
UNDERGRADUATE nurse wanted. Ad
dress WILLIAMS HOSPITAL, Lebanon,
Ind.
WOMAN for general work at rooming
house. 206 A4 North Meridian street.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1920.
FEMALE HELP— WANTED.
WANTED
ASSEMBLERS,
FINNERS
AND
INSPECTORS
All work light and easy; can be done
sitting. This work is permanent and can
readily be learned by any one who will
take an interest in their work. Good
wages paid to start and advancement
given as soon as earned. Apply at once
if Interested at Speedway Employment
Office. s •
Speedway Employment Office,
Prest-O-Lite Cos.
SALESLADIES,
two, to sell electric
wash in g machine.
Call in person at
2405 E. 10th St. Rex
Electric Cos.
POWER machine operators, day rate and
piece work. 116 South Liberty. Main
1674.
n . BUS!NESSC HAN C EB.
TO MATCH your coat and vest for a
pair of trousers, see
W. G. SCHNEIDER,
39 West Ohio Street.
Be sure you ore In the right place.
ROOMING HOUSE
Twelve rooms, clean, thoroughly mod
ern; good furniture; Income S3OO
monthly.
H. & M. SALES SERVICE
81? Indiana Trust Bldg. Main 6773.
~FEATHERS
Bought, sold, renovated, mattresses and
pillows made to order. E. F. BURKLH,
416 Maks avs. Main 1 428. New 23-775.
HOTEL for sale. 20 room* modern, fur
nishings and stork, centrally located;
Income $2,000 month. INDIANA BUSI
NESS exchange. M3 Indiana Trust.
FOR SALE—Busy bee restaurant; located
at the county seat; good trade estab
lished. well equipped. For particulars,
write Box 322. Fowler. Indiana
FOR SALE—Confectionery and lunch
room Owner - leaving city. 1056 West
Thirtieth atreet.
BUSINESS SERVICES.
THE IMPERIAL LAUNDRY.
We make a specialty of family, flnlah.
rough dry and wet washings.
Two-day service
Give us a trial.
ISIS N SN H ". Auto, 2! -973.
PAINT while you can get your work
done 40 per cent cheaper. We will save
you 40 to 60 per rent on your painting.
Drop card. FITZGERALD A SON. 1936
Ralston avenue.
EXPERT collectors Rend your old ac
counts to GENERAL MERCANTILE
credit Asset ’IATION. tnc.. 518 Hume-
Mariaur bldg. Main 6216.
NOTICE to the public. Cali MaiiTtoYT
Have your vaults, sinks and cisterns
cleaned. Largest barrels in city.
IF your clock is not running phone Circle
4307. W R. BHEAH.N. 11l North Ala
bama
IF you want your roof and tin work re
paired. call me. Prospect 401$.
FOR paper hanger. Call Johnson. Wood
rult 6715.
TAILORS AND CLEAN CHS.
CLEANING—PRESSING —REPAIRING
(work called for)
Gents' suits cleaned and pressed.. .11.2$
ladles' suits cleaned and pressed.... 1t.50
All work guaranteed.
FLETCHER AVE GARMENT
CLEANERS.
I letcher ,< •• l'r >peet 448.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
DEALERS.
ATTENTION-
Will trade
CADILLAC 8.
1919, touring. 7-passenger, dls
steel wheels, new cord tires,
double spot lights, bumpers
and other extras. for some
light used cars.
AI.SO
will trade a modern duplex,
repainted and redecorated;
brings in |IOO per month rent,
for some light ued cars
Will pay or take cash differ
ence.
MS N. CAPITOL.
Main 2638. Auto. 2J-019.
I’,:.Down buys
SAXON ROADSTER.
518 N. Capitol. Balance year. Open
evenings.
CLEARANCE SALE
OF SLIGHTLY
USED CARS
Fords, open and closed, tourings
and roadsters, all in A-l shape.
Buick Speedster $250.00
Marlon Speedster $200.00
Chalmers touring, rebuilt and
repainted $875 00
Lexington Sedonette, 1919. .$2,500.00
Chevrolet 490, 1919 $575.00
Maxwell, 1919, as good as new $750.00
Maxwell, with special touring body;
the car for a camper $450.00
Cole 8 Chummy SBOO.OO
Hudson touring, 6 new cord
tires, excellent, shape. Price.sß7s.oo
THE MOTOR MART
140 N. Delaware. Main 1984.
Open Sundays and Evenings.
pQ^ N B[ , YS
DORT TOURING.
618 N. Capitol. Balance year. Open
evenings.
MONROE touring, several late
models; renewed in our shops;
bargains. 602 N. Capitol ave.
♦—DOWN “BU YS
FORI) TOURING.
618 N. Capitol. Balance year. Open
evenings.
INTERSTATE
Late 17. Sacrifice if sold at once.
CITY AUTO PARTS & TIRE CO.
1135 DOWN BUYS
Reo touring. 518 N. Capitol. Main 2638.
No brokerage.
~~ ’ SIOO DOWN BUYS
Maxwell touring. 518 N. Capitol. Main
2638. No brokerage.
BARGAIN, 1920 Monroe roadster; excel
lent condition, cord tires. Call Wood
ruff 8066 or I* owner at 644 North Gray
after 6 p. m $5 ■ Sunday.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
/
USED CARS YOU
CAN USE
i
The following cars are auto
mobiles that will give you service
and satisfaction In contrast with
the amount of money paid for
them.
\
-COLE AERO 8”
1920 model flve-passenger, Dis
teel wheels. Only driven 700
miles. A bargain.
DODGE COUPE
1917 model. Just being repaint
ed in our shops. This car la in
first-class mechanical condition.
HUDSON SEDAN
1917 mruel in excellent mechan
ical condition. This offers an ex
ceptional opportunity.
NATIONAL 6
1919 model in excellent me
chanical condition; Just repaint
ed. See this car and have a dem
onstration in it.
NATIONAL. 6
1917 mode!, Just repainted.
This is a chummy roadster that
will bear close investigation. It
is to be sold at a bargain.
JORDAN SPORT MODEL
1917 model, newly painted:
good tires and an excellent Job
generally.
PACKARD TWIN SIX
1917 model, seven passenger
touring; excellent condition;
good tires, top and upholstery.
You will have to see this car to
appreciate same.
PEERLESS
Seven-passenger touring in good
mechanical condition. A rare
opportunity to get a high-grade
car at a bargain.
NOTE
We can arrange terms to re
sponsibls parties and will con
sider your old Car as part pay
ment at its actual cash value at
this time.
LOCAL BRANCH
NORDYKE & MARMON CO.
Meridian and eleventh.
s3*6 DOWN BUYS
HUDSON KI.TKR SIX.
sll N. Capitol. Balance year. Open
evenings.
BARGAINS.
BARGAINS.
BARGAINS.
Most of these have been repaint
ed. retopped and overhauled
Down. Weekly.
Saxon roadster $ 75 $4.50
Maxwe.l touring 100 5.00
Chevrolet touring 126 600
Chevrolet touring 150 5.00
Ford ryddster 125 5.00
Studebftker 6 touring 19a 6.00
Regal 100 6 00
Tslge touring 115 6 26
Reo touring 135 5.50
Ford touring 136 6 50
Vim delivery truck.... 165 6.76
Maxwell delivery truck 163 5.76
Inter-State touring 165 5,78
Saxon 6 touring 200 t oo
Grant 6 touring 245 7,00
Hudson super, touring. 395 8 00
And many others too numerous
to mention. Come down and make
your own terms. No brokerage.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS
AND TIRE CO.
518 N. Capitol. Open evenings.
Main 2638. Auto. 32-019.
- iiDDown BUYS
INTER-STATE TOURING.
618 N. Capitol. Balance year. Open
evenings. __
V
NATIONALS
A complete line of re
built Nationals at all
times.
Natoonal Automotive Cos.
426 N. Capitol Ave.
Main 4758.
SIOO DOWN BUYS
Regal touring. 518 N. Capitol. Main
2638. No brokerage.
$125 DOWN BUYS
Chevrolet touring 518 N. Capitol. Main
2638. No brokerage.-
MONROE touring ears, two M 4
19375, one 1919 and one 1920.
Monroe Sales, 602 N. Capitol.
_ “sdTif DOWN BUYS
Studebaker 6 touring. 518 N. Capltot.
Main 2638. No brokerage.
COMMONWEALTH four forty touring
demonstrator at factory cost. DIKTZ
JAMES. 334 East Market street. Main
5716. Terms If desired.
sll6 DOWN BUYS ~
Paige touring. 618 N. Capitol. Main
2638. No brokerage.
$l5O DOWN’ BUYS
Chevrolet touring. 518 N. Capitol. Main
2638. No brokerage.
$126 DOWN BUTS
Ford roadster. 518 N. Capitol. Main
2638. No brokerage.
S2OO DOWN BUYS
Saxon 6 touring 618 N. Capitol. Main
2638. No brokerage.
$245 DOWN BUYS
Grant 0 touring. 618 N. Capitol. Main
2638. No brokerage.
' OAKLAND - Six,’ 1920, bargain.
Monroe Sales So., 602 N. Capitol.
FORdIoIsV'
Monroe Sales 3d., 602 N. Capitol.
' DID TOP BULL ITT
It not. try the Automobile ootunana ot
The Times Was* A "a
TRUCKS—FOR SALE,
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GARFORD TRUCKS
Delivers a low cost-ton mile.
BURI FINCH.
Distributor.
$165 DOWN BUYS
Vim delivery truck.
618 N. Capitol. Main 2638. No brokerage.
$T<55 DOWN BUYS
Maxwell delivery truck.
618 N. Capitol. Main 2638.
AUTOMOBI LES—WANTED.
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WANTED
AUTOMOBILES.
100 CARS AT ONCB.
LARGEST BUYERS AND SELLERS OF
USED CARS IN THE STATE.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS AND TIRE
COMPANY.
sl2 N. CAPITOL
MAIN 2638. AUTO. 22-01*.
AUTOS
WANTED
"We pay high cash prices for
used cars. No delay. Quick
action.
AUTOMOBILE
TRADING CO.
555 N. Capitol Ave.
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 he given.
212 E. NEW YORK ST.
AUTOS WANTED
We pay cash. No delay for your money.
It is here far you. Come in or call.
I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
61* N. Illinois st Main 1579. Auto 22-062.
We also buy junk cars.
AUTO REPAIRS AND SUPPLIEB.
PARTS
FOR 300 CARS.
Axles, ring and pinion gears,
transmission and everything
35 to 90 per rent off
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO FARTS AND
TIRE CO.
543 N. Capitol ave. Circle 3566.
PARTS for most any make of car. Ford
parts a specialty. Bargains In tires of
ail size*. Try us and save money.
CAPITOL AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO
*l9 N Illinois. Main 60*0.
AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty. 522-334_North Illinois,
S & S Auto Laundry
WE MAKE and repair automobile springs
for all makes of cars; bring in or ship
to us. GI’EDELHOEFKR WaGON CO..
202 Kentucky avenue.
AUTO PARTS
and
TIKES.
New and used; 20 per cent to 90 per
cent off list.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PART’S AND
TIRE COMPANY.
643-45 N. Capitol.
PKCIALIZE on autoT.-n’le wheel re.
pairing on all make rare; up-to-minute
equipment: THE JOHN GUEDELHOEF
KP. WAGON CO.. 202 Kentucky avenue.
ONE-MAN a'lty topa. side curtains, seat
and radiator covers. PERFECTION
AUTO TOP CO.. 1107 Udell street North
s4s. _ _
HAVE YOUR automobile axles straight
ened at ;he JOHN GUEDELHOEFER
WAGON CO.. 302 Kentucky avenue.
FORD rear wheels. JOHN GUEDEL
HOEFER WAGON CO.. 20{ Ksntueky
avenue. .
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLEB.
THEY ARK HERE.
HENDERSON
FOUR CYLINDER.
MERZ MOTOR CO.,
450-52 Maas. Ave.
HAKLEY-DAVIDSON
Motorcycles and Bicycleg
Johnson Motor Wheels
ERNEST HUGHES
224-36 Mass Ave Main 4404.
CASH paid for all kinds of motorcyclea
FLOYD PETERMAN. s6# Massachu
setts avenue.
AUTOB AND TRUCK3 FQR HIRE
AUTOS FOR RENT—Do your own driv
ing. U-Drlve Auto Service at Hooalcr
Laundry. Hear Keith's theater. Mala
$421.
REAL ESTATE—PO SALE.
Homes on Payments
Haugh street, near East Michigan st.;
five-room cottage; S2OO cash, balance
monthly.
64 4 Elwood street. 6-room rottage, gas
for lights end cooking, large barn; S2OO
cash, balance like rent.
2016 West New York street, six-room
cottage. S2OO cash, balance monthly.
Orville K: Mehring
431 Irf-mcke Bldg. Main 3115.
85x132
25 FRUIT AND SHADE
(N OR W A Y MAPLE)
TREES ON EACH LOT;
NEAR FAIR VIEW
PAR K, 46 T H AN D
H IN MS LEY.
SI,OOO CASH
Buys 502 S. New Jersey St.
Good modern brick house, four bed- j
roornH, bath. furnace. electric lights,
hardwood floors in two rooms, large base
ment. Corner lot, f>l.&xl00. You pay
SI,OOO cash and balance $36 a month.
John W. Roberts & Cos.
745 Lemcke Annex. Main 4743.
Near Pleasant Run Blvd.
2261 South Meridian street. New 6- :
room modern bungalow. Has long living
room, two nice bedrooms with large .
closets, convenient kitchen anti full base
ment. Brick and cement porch. Price
$4,600. Terms. Call Mr. Ross, with
VY r . L. Bridges, Realtor
336-9 K. of P. bldg.
Main 4114. Evenings, Washington 885.
TWO suburban homes west, near car line;
S-room. center hall type house, 3-room
basement, well and cistern, electric
lights, beautiful shade trees, some fruit;
house in good condition. Easy terms.
Four rooms and 2 porches, lot 100x130
feet, electric lights, barn and garage.
Bloodworth & Flood
629 Peoples Bank Bklg. Phone, Circle 332.
COTTAGE, NORTH
Four rooniH. electric lights, city water
and gas, sink in kitchen, good basement.
One square from car. Can be bought for
$1,900; S6OO cash, balance on terms.
I. N. Richie & Son, Realtors
115 East Market. Main 620.
After 6 p. m. call Irvington 3697.
$250 Cash Will Buy
five rooms and enclosed back porch; gas,
electric lights, water; house is in good
condition.
Call J. W. Elder.
Schmid & Smith, Inc., Realtors
134 N. Delaware tit. Main 4088.
INDIANA TRUST CO.
Balia real aetata, aollecta rant, writes
lira Insurance.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE.
WE HAVE A FEW
BARGAINS
IN HOUSES THAT ARE WORTH
INVESTIGATING.
TWO DOUBLE HOUSES
121/2% INVESTMENT
BELMONT AVE.
WE HAVE DOUBLE, MODERN EX
CEPT FURNACE. EAST. PRICE $3,800.
RENTING FOR S4O PER MONTH.
HOMES
IN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE CITy.
IMMEDIATE
POSSESSION
WE HAVE SEMI-MODERN
DOUBLE FOR $3,200
GOOD CONDITION.
WE HAVE A MODERN DOUBLE, 7
ROOMS. FOR $4,750. RENTS $55 PER
SIDE.
BUSINESS CORNER ON WASHING
TON STREET. EAST.
131/2% INVESTMENT
DOUBLE, HARDWOOD FLOORS.
LARGE LOT.
PRICE $13,500.
WE HAVE AN 8-ROOM MODERN
DWELLING ON KENWOOD AVE.
IMMEDIATE
POSSESSION
WE HAVE TWO MODERN
BUNGALOWS JUST
COMPLETED
PRICE REASONABLE
ON N. TEMPLE AVE. CAN BE SEEN
SUNDAY.
TERMS
IF DESIRED.
WE HAVE SEVERAL MODERN AND
SEMI-MODERN HOUSES IN
BEECH GROVE
REASONABLE PRICE.
FURNISHED DOUBLE N. TEMPLE.
PRICE $5,200.
A DOUBLE ON W. TENTH STREET.
PRICE $3,500.
BUSINESS HOUSE AND DWELLING
ON WASHINGTON ST.. NEAR STATft-
HOUSE. FOR PRICE AND TERMS SEE
GILL REALTY CO.
MA IN 164 6. AUTO. 28-256.
1128 Lexington
Here is an excellent chance to buy a
five-room cottage In good condition; new
ly painted, electric lights. cistern in
! house, on good car line. This property
can be bought for a
Small Payment Down
and balance on
Easy Payments
like rent. Let us show you this real bar
gain for a quick sale.
John W. Roberts & Cos.
745 Lemcke Annex. Main 4743.
$245; Elwood street; nice lots at
greatly reduced prices, near West
| Michigan car line, close to business dis
; trlct. Terms $1 cash and $1 weekly pay
j menta: no taxes or interest for two years,
j An addition for white people.
Richie-Davis Cos., Inc.
151 East Market St.
Main 520.
NOW VACANT
S3OO cash, balance sls per month. 906
Maple street. 5 rooms, lights and city
, water, newly painted.
RUSSE H. HARTMAN
Moved to 234 North Delaware.
OPEN for Inspection Sunday, by owner.
Beautiful 5-room cottage. Front and
rear porches. Large pantry, china closet
in kitchen and pantry. Thoroughly
modern. 3515 East Tenth street, corner
of alley. No wheeling of coal: three
doors from East Tenth car. Price $5,800.
tfrdg— l v„ 1 Yh J have a couple of
j A | j| doubles east, worth the
11 Iw. /II money. Also several
bungalows. GEO. A.
LUCAS. 208 American Central Life Bldg.
j Circle
GOOD location, six rooms, gas, electric
lights, well and cistern, cellar. Term*
S4OO cash and $24 per month. Price $2,800.
1. N. Richie & Son, Realtors
, 151 East Market St.
IfJOa AT[ 1 n new; lot 50x200. i2.95Q;
u ‘TjAvil/ ill S6OO cash, balance like
m , ent GEO. A. LUCAS.
208 American Central Life Bldg. Circle
6600.
$140.00: $1 down and $1 per week;
northwest corner Southern avenue and
Slate street.
I. N. Richie & Son. Realtors
151 East Market St.
SIX-RoOM cottage, two lots. S3OO down
and $23 per month.
I. N. Richie & Son, Realtors
151 East Market St.
I HAVE 97 homes on south side; modern
and semi-modern; cash and payments.
From four to eleven rooms. For particu
lar* call Prospect 6184 after 4 p. m.
CHOICE large lot near Maple Road blvd..
within two squares of fairgrounds; $lO
cash, balance * weekly. 640 Lemcke
! Annex. Main 140*.
REAL ESTATE—SUBURBAN.
LARGE, beautiful lots in Wayne park.
Just off of West Washington street,
which Is being paved: $1 down. $1 week.
Will take you out In our automobile at
your convenience. OSCAR LEE. 1002
City Trust. Main 915.
FARMS—FOR SALE.
WELL IMPROVED STOCK AND GRAIN
FARM.
160 acres, creek bottom land; five miles
town; 8-room house; large barn; silo;
! improvements all new; 30 alfalfa. 10
timothy, 70 blue grass pasture. Priced
right for immediate sale. Possession at
i once. Write for full description and list.
L. A. EICHENBERGER. 824 South Main,
Ottawa. Kansas.
19 ACRES and 40 acres all level and cul
tivated; good soil, good buildings, deep
driven wells, nice location in Hendricks
county, north of Danville. Owner JOHN
W. MITCHELL, 277 North Mount atreet.
Belmont 4577.
FOR SALE—Seventy-two-acre farm. £5
miles southwest. 10 acres In fruit; ex
\ cellent 8-room home. Will accept $3,000
jln Indianapolis property. Price SB,OOO.
; Come quick as a wonderful peach crop is
I now ripening. MRS. L. R. MILLER,
| Brooklyn. Ind.
FIVE CENTS an acre down, balance 40
j years at sr'c5 r 'c for TEXAS school lands,
| soul by the state. 214 t Commercial bldg.,
I Oakland, Calif.
FARM S—W ANTED.
FARM WANTED—Wanted to hear from
owner of farm or good land for sale.
Must be priced right. L. C. JONES. Box
; 551, Olncy. 111.
rL ... M > J S'CA | - IN3 TR UM E N TB. ~
ALL KINDS OF AMERICAN AND FOR
EIGN COLUMBIA RECORDS OF
; SONGS AND MUSIC IN THE FOLLOW
ING LANGUAGES:
Arablc-Syrian. Lithuanian.
■ Armenian. Mexican-Spanish.
Bohemian. Norwegian.
Bulgarian. Polish.
Croatian. Roumanian.
Danish. Russian-Ruthenian.
Finnish. Servian.
German. Slavish (Slovak).
Greek. Slovenian (Kralner).
Hebrew-Jewlsh. Spanish.
Holl&ndlsh. Swedish.
Hungarian. Turkish.
Itallan-Neopolltan. Welsh.
VANGEL N. SHISHCOFF,
Repairs All Kinds of Graphophones.
Work Guaranteed.
Open hours, 8 a. m. till 9 p. m.
530 W. Washington su Auto. 22-182.
Columbia Graphophone
in golden oak case, $175 else with four
teen records, big bargains at $146, pay
ments $1.60 per week.
E. L. Lemiox Piano Cos.
16 N. Meridian et.
$125 VICTROLA and record*. sft~o! 753
Shelby street.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
GT7 Y7Y IT STORAGE CHEAPEST
\\y RATES IN CITY. CALL
I l| U LS. Everything at raa
aonable price. Paokad.
LJJ 11 •hipped anywhere.
VS'' li Locked room If desired.
30 West Henry. Main 469*.
CALL SHANK for the waat service ITT
hauling, packing, (hipping and e wage.
217-329 North Now Jersey fit Main 302.
Ml SC ELL AN E O US—-FC R S ALE.
BUY IT NOW
While the
July Reduction Sale Is On
S4O coat and trousers to your measure
now $32.50.
$46 coat and trousers to your measure
now $36.
SSO coat and trousers to your measure
now S4O.
S6O coat and trousers to your measur*
now S4B.
$76 suit to your measure now SBO.
S7O suit to your measure now $66.
$65 suit to your measure now $52.
S6O suit to your measure now £4B.
$55 suit to your measure now $44.
SSO suit to your measure now S4O.
$45 suit to your measure now $36.
Trousers and overcoats in proportion.
W. G. SCHNEIDER,
39 West Ohio Street.
Be sure you are In the right place.
Match Your Coat
with a pair ot / j \
TROUSERS l L
THE PANTS \ /
STORE CO. 11/
Two Storei y Uj
48 W. Ohio. aQ &
A, 7 tgc. Drop-Head Singer, $lO.
yw-a-T-l ether bargains. SI,OO per
Uribf week. All makes RE-
Qi PAIRED. HEMSTITCH
ING while you wait. Ido
VfiD -*** PEIt YARD
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Main 600; Auto. 25-216. 312 Mass. Avt.
TRUNKS. SUIT CASES. BAGS. dlreot
from manufacturer to you. Prompt
shipment. Save 40%. Send for illus
trated catalogue. IDEAL TRUNK AND
BAG FACTORY, Spring Valley, 111.
BUY pants direct from the maker. V*
make them to your measure from S7.M
op. LEON TAILORING CO.. It, East
New York.
RECORD AND PLAYER ROLL EX
CHANGE TUTTLE MUSIC SHOP.
301 INDIANA AVE.
MI S CELLA NE O U S—W AN TE D.^
IF YOU want the best fitting and tkn
best made clothes you ever wore, see
IV. G. SCHNEIDER,
39 West Ohio Street.
To your measure, $45. SSO. $55. SGO and up.
Be sure you are in the right place.
WANT to buy small dry goods or gro_
eery store. Some town in southern In“
diana. Will pay cash. Send full descrip
tion in first letter. CRIDER. 13 When
LEW SHANK
pays bast prices In city for household
goods and fixtures of all kinds. 227 North
New Jersey street. Main 2023.
HOUSEHOLD GOOPS :
NO INTERRUPTION
TO BUSINESS
We are cutting out all dividing walla
on lower floor of our store and addins
on a great deal more space. When fin
ished we will have by far the largest
display space, all on ground floor, of any
used furniture concern in the city. Need
less to say this space will be given only
to the highest grade goods, than which
no new store in Indianapolis can show
you better, even at double our prices.
Call and get acquainted.
Used Goods Store—The Fine Store,
424 Mass. ave.
FOR SALE—24 opal light tables, 2 steam
tables, ti urns, '_’4 stools. 3 cash registers,
soda counter. 3 large ice boxes, 2 small
counters, 159 chairs; complete outfit fag
restaurant.
BAKER BROS.
Largest used furniture dealers in the
world.
Auto 23-166. Main 3466.
Furniture
GAS STOVES.
OIL STOVES.
Cheaper here and easier term*. KROOT
& SON. 609 W. Washington St.
DINING suite, very high class. Ten pieces,
golden oak. comparatively new. Call
MR. JONES. Main 1092. Business hours
8:30 to 5.
IRON BE!.' . - iner. North 189>.
%COAL7aND WOOO FOR BALE./
INDIANA LUMP $7.75
ILLINOIS LUMP 8.25
POCAHONTAS M. R 10.0*
KENTUCKY LUMP 10.25
L. H. BAIN COAL CO..
Main 2151. Main 3531.
pet/stocK AND POULTRY/
FOR SALE —Four white Wyandotte har.s.
1 year oid and one cockerei. $lO. 424
West Forty-first street.
JOSEPH HAAS
pave highest prices for dead horses, cow*
and hogs. Call Main 1039. Auto.
F|NANC|AI _
YOU CAN
BORROW MONEY
SO CHEAP
and on such easy terms of repayment
from the Fidelity Company, a li
censed and bonded firm, for use in paying
overdue bills or to buy the things you
need for CASH at BARGAIN PRICES
that every one should take advantage of
our service.
LOANS ON FURNITURE
$20.00 to $300.00
at legal rates, on short notice and without
publicity. We give you all the time you
want to repay a loan and only charge for
the actual time you have the money. Fair
isn’t it?
You Can Afford to Borrow
On $ 40 pay $2 a month and interest
On $ 60 pay $3 a month and interest
On SIOO pay $5 a month and interest
PAY MORE ANY TIME AND REDUCE
THE COST. ,
IN YOUR BEHALF
We are on the Job eight hours a day, ind
through personal contact and personal
service, plus a deep perf >nal interest, we
can aerve you and youV friends a* you
wish to be served. In these unusual times
business friendships, close relations, mu
tual understandings and co-operation are
real assets to all it us. We are ready to
go three-fourths of the way. Now it is
up to you.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.
106 E. Market St.
MONEY TO LOAN
On First Mortgage
Security
SIX PER CENT
GILL REALTY CO.
Main 1646, Auto. 28-236
WE ARK FRKPARED TO MAKS REAL
ESTATE LOANS PROMPTLY. WH
PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS.
MORTGAGES. BONDS AND STOCKS
LISTED AND UNLISTED.
INDIANAPOLIS SECURITIES CXX
FRANK K. SAWYER. Proa
Third floor. Law Building.
Second Mortgage
Real estate loans made on good farm*
and improved city properties. GIB
HALTER FINANCE COMPANY. I#B N.
Delaware street. Main 1018.
INSURANCE in all branches] At’B REY
D. PORTER. *l6 Peoples Bank Bldg.
Main 7049.
WE MAKE second mortgagee on farm or
city property. AETNA MTG. AND INV.
CO, Main 7101. 508 Fidelity Trust Bldg.
LOANS on Diamonds; per month
BURTON JEWELRY CO., 6* Monu
ment.
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