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INDIANA DAILY TIMES
28-29 S. Meridian St.
PHONES—CLASSIFIED
ADV. DEPT.
Main *SOO
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 notice t (1 inch or
less) 50c per Insertion
Over I inch, .07 per line additional.
Death notices, 36c per insertion.
The Business Office closes at 8 p. m.
FUNERAL PIRECTORB.
George Grinsteiner
Funeral director. 522 East Market. Old
Phone Main 908. _New Phone. 27-208.
A. M. Ragsdale. J. Wash Price. John Pam
Raged aie
A. M. RAGSDALE CO.
*23 North Delaware street.
J. C. WILSON
I**o Prospect Auto. 51-671. Prospect 322.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS—
WM. K. KRIEGER.
New 21-154. Main 1454. 1402 N. lillnoia
uTTdertak ers.
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W. T. BLASENGYM
16*5 Shelby St. Pros. 2570. Auto. 51-114
UNDERTAKERS—HISEY A TITUS. 951
North Del. New 26-564, Main 3630.
eHURCH NOTjeES.
First Church of Christ,
Scientist
Meridian and Twentieth streets. Sunday
services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday
(chool 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 OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST
3350 Washington Boulevard.
Sunday morning service 11 a. m. Sun
day evening service at 8 o’clock. Sun
day school 9:15 a. m. Wednes
day evening testimonial meeting at 8
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. m. Also closed Sundays dur
ing August and September.
THE FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH.
608 North Liberty street, hdld services
Sunday at 7:45 p. m. Lecture by B. F.
Hayden. followed by messages. On
Wednesday at 2 and 7:30 p. m. the Ladies’ ]
Aid hold regular message services. AB
are invited and made welcome. j
LOST AND FOUND.
LARGE YELLOW CUR, WHITE
SPOT ON BACK OF NECK, WHITE
BREAST AND FEET. ANSWERS
TO NAME OF JINGLE. DAY CALL,
MAIN 7119. RESIDENCE, 718 EAST
NORTH STREET. LIBERAL RE
WARD.
FOUND—Piece of jewelry. Owner may
have same by describing it. T. P.
HENELET, Yeo One C. U. S. Navy Re
cruiting station. United building.
MISSING FRIENDS and relative* traced
everywhere; no criminals looked for. Call
Main 6947, or write lost agent. 1* Bald
win block. Indianapolis. Ind.
LOST, strayed or stolen, a white French
poodle. Answers to name of Beech.
Any information rewarded. Prospect 1411.
LOST—Tuesday evening, southeast, four
keys; one marked P 59. Call Prospect
2108. 748 Madison avenue.
ROOMS—TO LET.
MERIDIAN, 543 North; extrsf large front j
room and alcove for four young men; •
electric lights, tub and shower bath; other I
rooms; Nordyke men preferred; three j
squares north of postofTice. Circle 3413.
ST. JOSEPH, - sUe.T light - nousekeeping
rooms and sleeping rooms; modern.
Circle 5673.
TWO nicely furnished rooms for rent; *5
per week. 205 North Traub avenue.
TWO or three rooms for light housekeep
ing. 530 North Pine. Main 9385.
CAPITOL, 915 NORTH—Sleeping rooms.
Lurena Dow. Main 8110.
NICE room and board; *9.00 per week.
223 West Maryland street.
TWO unfurnished rooms, 769 Fletcher
avenue. No children.
ALABAMA, 719 North; modern furnished
rooms.
HO U S ES—W ANT ED .
Modern cottage or half
double north of Fall
Creek. Two children of
school age. Call Dolph E.
Moore, Hotel Washington.
Main 4283.
FURNISHED HOUSES AND FLATS.
FOUR-ROOM modern. Call E. B. HOLT
AM. Prospect 771.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES.
NATUREOPATHY
Swedish massage, baths
and general treatments;
thorough satisfaction. 119
East Vermont St., first
floor, front. Hours 10 a.
m. to 9 p. m.
VIOLET Hay and Swedish massage. MISS
DE VERE. 17 y, W, Ohio. Main 8873.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
IF YOU want the best fitting and the
best made clothes you ever wore, see
W. G. SCHNEIDER,
39 West Ohio Street.
To your measure, *45. *SO. *55. *6O and up. j
Be sure you are in the right place. ;
LARGE manufacturing corporation wants
capable men to open branch office and
manage salesmen; *3OO to *2,000 neces
sary; handle your own money. Exclusive
rights; patented article, money-making
possibilities unlimited. Will pay ex
penses to Baltimore if you qualify. Ad
dress MR. CLEMMER. sales manager, 603
N. Eutaw street, Baltimore, Md
CONTROLLING INTEREST ice cream.
butter and ice piant. Splendid condi
tions. Established trade. City of 15,000.
Excellent opportunity. Monthly sales
*12,000-*15,000. Have other business. Ad
dress LOYD F. COX. Thfebes, 111.
FEATHERS^
Bought, sold, renovated, mattresses and
pillows made to order. E F. EURKLB,
416 Mass. ave. Main 1428. New 23-775.
<Business Chances) (18 Words)
Advertise—lß words in 190 monthlies, *3;
"100 weeklies, *3; 20 big dailies. *7.50.
Cope Agency. St. Louis, Mo.
*6O BUYS a collection business with ac
counts of over *1,000; good prospects for
live wire. Address P. O. box 1021.' Indi
anapolis.
FOR SALE—Ten shares International
Moving Picture and Film Cos. stock. *llO
share. Address. C. G. Ryan. Birmingham, I
Ala. I
MALE HELP—WANTED.
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LABORERS
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Beginning Saturday
morning, August 7th,
we will pay 55c per
hour, including bonus.
Meet our truck at
Illinois and Washington
St. comfort station.
E. RATJH & SON
FERTILIZER CO.
Molders
We are still increasing our force
and. need more malleable iron
molders. Men experienced on
bench squeezer and floor work,
who want steady all-year-round
jobs. Unskilled men can soon
make skilled wages by learning
the trade. We teach men to
mold and pay good rates while
learning. Apply at employment
office, Belmont ave., south of W.
Washington sL
Link Belt Cos.
Belmont plant.
ASSISTANT MANAGER
In some office in Indianapolis is
a real estate salesman who feels
the lack of opportunity commen
surate with his ability. To such
person between the ages of 28
and 38 we have an exceptiohal of
fering. This is not a lot selling
proposition. The position calls
for initiative, energy and ability
to build a future, limited only by
his own capacity and backed by
the largest organization of its
kind in Indiana. Cal! at our office
in person (or by phone for an
appointment). Ask for MR. KIM
MICH, 913 Merchants Bank bldg.
Main 1499.
Factory
Laborers
Indianapolis Cordage
Company
S. Meridian and Belt Railroad.
WANTED YOUNG
MAN TO WIND ARMA
TURE COILS, EXPER
IENCED. CARMAN &
FRYER, 113 N. NOBLE
STREET.
EXCEPTIONAL PAY
An Insurance Solicitor or one
familiar with soliciting will bo
given an unusual opportunity to
make an attractive commission.
Call in person or by phone for ap
pointment. MR. KIMMICH. 913
Merchants Bank bldg. Main 1439.
WANTED LABORERS.
18TH AND MILL. IN
DIANAPOLIS LIGHT &
EIEAT CO.
SWITCHMEN.
Wanted, switchmen to report at once
for work on the Big Four railway at
Cleveland. By reason of shortage of men,
opportunities for seniority standing are
exceptionally good at this time, with tine
chances for rapid promotion. Report to
local representative of the Big Four and
he will furnish transportation. F. N.
REYNOLDS, superintendent, Indianapolis
terminal.
COLORED PORTERS.
Steady and dependable workers.
Apply employment office, seventh
floor,
L. S. AYRES & CO.
CANDY MAKERS
Hard, good wages; must be experienced.
Walker Candy Cos., \
23 E. Maryland.
COUNTERMAN AND
WAITERS. D. C. BLACK
ER, 46 W. OHIO.
FIREMAN FOR RONEY STOKER,
SHORT HOURS, GOOD PAY,
FREE CAR FARE. APPLY MR.
ANDERSON, 1150 W. WASHING
TON ST.
RAILWAY mall decks are offered (1,(09
entrance salary with promotions to
12,300. For full particulars and a course
of preparation call or write INDIANA
CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL. 157 North Illi
nois street. Suite 207.
FIREMEN for pony stoker; short hours;
excellent working condition: free car
fare; good pay. Apply Mr. Hogate or Mr.
Reude. Power station. 1700 West Tenth
street.
ASSISTANT yardman, capable of grading
all kinds of lumber. Apply Mr. Williams,
WILLIAM F. JOHNSON LUMBER CO.,
Nineteenth and Monon railroad.
MACHINE MAN, experienced In general
planing mill work. WILLIAM F.
JOHNSON LUMBER CO., Nineteenth
and Cornell.
AUTO washer, colored; 2 firemen, white.
LEES AGENCY, 529 Massachusetts
avenue.
PROFESSIONAL electric tattoo artist.
23 Kentucky avenue.
DETECTIVE*. -
Quigiey-Hyiand Agency
Civil and Criminal Investigators
H-62 Law bldg Main 290A
SALESMEN—WANTED.
SALESMEN —With neat appearance who
understands the one-time call or is will
ing to be taught. For a high-classed or
ganization see MR. BARRY. 410 Ameri
can Central State Life bldg. 8 East
Market. Call In morning.
SALESMEN —High-grade line salesboard
assortments, jewelry, candy, novelties.
Fast sellers. No samples. Give refer
ences. ANCO SALES COMPANY, 613 E.
Forty-third, Chicago.
SALESMEN —26; capable of earning *3OO
a month commission. COMPUTING
VISIBLE MEASURE PUMP COMPANY,
1542 West Washington.
AG ENTS-WANTED.
ARE you making *4,500 per year? If
not, we will show you how. Fred Wolf
gage made $5,000 last year. E. J. Goellet
averages *90.00 weekly. Mrs. Walton of
Indiana makes *250 each' month selling
Guaranteed Made -to - Measure Liberty
Kombinatlon Storm, Auto and Top Coats;
64 samples to select from. Big cash com
missions in advance. No delivering or
collecting. We furnish complete selling
outfit free. Write at once for particulars.
THE LIBERTY RAINCOAT CO., Dept. E
-31, Dayton, Ohio.
INTER-TIRES astonish buyers. Money
back guarantee. Huge profits. Exclu
sive. Write HARKNESS-TOWLER, 104
W. Main, Louisville. \Ky.
INSTRUCTIONS.
AMBITIOUS MEI-. WOMEN. GIRLS.
over 17, wanted for U. S. government
life Jobs; commence *135 month; quick
raise to *l9O. Vacation with pay. Com
mon education sufficient; experience un
necessary. Write Immediately for free
list positions now open. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE. Dept. 94-G, Rochester. N. t.
WANTED—Names Indlan&pollB women;
girls over 17, wishing government posi
tions; *lO2 month up. Answer imme
diately. Address A No. 1559, Times.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
Girls
At Least 20
For our silent chain assembly depart
ment. those having had previous expe
rience preferred.
Link Belt Cos.
Take W. Washington car to Holmes
ave. and ask for employment department.
,
LADIES
20 ladies, full of
pep and ambition,
who are looking
for a real position.
Apply a t once,
MISS VAN, 913
Merchants Ban k
Bldg.
t
Attractive Employment
for Girls
Become a telephone operator. Ton can
speedily advance to toil operator, clerical
worker, supervisor, assistant chief, chief
operator, etc. Hundreds of higher posi
tions for those who qualify. Besides, we
pay for your instruction in this modern
profession and pay you well while you
are learning. In a few weeks’ time you
are qualified as a bona fide employe with
a permanent position. Least you can then
earn is (16 a week. Ideal working condi
tions. Vacations, with pay and many
other unusual advantages.
Apply at main office. Meridian and
New York eta Employment desk In
lobby.
Indiana Bell Telephone
Company
Girls
Good hours.
Good wage*.
Steady, light work.
Indpls. Cordage Cos.
8. Meridian and Bell K. H.

iaieu-l-YuT i~Z~ ■
STENOGRAPHER.
PERMANENT POSI
TION FOR EXPERI
ENCED GIRL. INTER
NATIONAL M A C lIINE
TOOL CO.
3 Factory Clericals
General machine operators;
experience not necessary,
ROCKWOOD MFG- CO.,
1801 English Avenue
Stenographers (18 to (26
Typists (16 to (18
File clerks (18
Cal! for Interview. No charge until
placed and no fee over $lO for our services
BUSINESS MEN'S CLEARING HOUSE.
305 Merchants Bank Bldg.
Main 6337. Main_*3*.
WOMAN of dignity and refinement for
position of Industrial teacher training
girls; permanent employment. In answer
give age. experience and telephone num
ber. Call Belmont 97, or address Box
37*. R. R.J3I, Indianapolis.
LADIES to attend day and evening classes
of complete course, hair dressing and
manicuring. Price reasonable. Central
Beauty College, 208 L O. O. F. Circle 2161.
WANTED—Lady nurse for night work;
one with hospital or sanitarium experi
ence. Write or call HORD SANITARIUM,
Shelbyville, Ind.
WANTED—GirIs past 16 years for light,
clean work. Engraving department.
WM. B. BURFORD, 40 South Meridlan st.
STENOGRAPHER with some experience.
North Indianapolis Cradle Works,
Twenty-ninth street and canal.
SITUATION WANTED— FEMALE?
HOUSEKEEPER wants place in a good
home; country preferred. 115 Con
cordia street.
BUBIINESS SERVICE*.
DOWNTOWN tire shop, new and used
tires and tubes. Vulcanizing that gives
satisfaction. *5 Kentucky avenue.
SAFETY RAZOR “BLADES
sharpened TUTTLEDGE. HI Indiana ave.
IF your cTock is not running pnone Circle
4*07. M. K. SHEARN. 11l North Ala
bama
ALL kinds of roofs repaired; tin gutters
repaired and painted. Prospect 4015.
NOTICES.
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TO MATCH your coat and vest for a
pair of trousers, see
W. G. SCHNEIDER,
39 West Ohio Street.
\iure you are in the right place.
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INDIANA DAILY TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1920.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
i
MID-AUGUST SALE
OF HIGH GRADE USED
CARS
1920 Studebaker Touring.sl,s2s
1919 Oakland Touring... 875
1919 Columbia Touring... 900
1919 Chevrolet Touring... 525
1918 Buick Roadster, com
bination top 1,350
1918 Chalmers Touring... 850
1918 Maxwell, closed top.. 550
1918 Mitchell Touring. .. . 775
1918 Chevrolet Coupe . .. 550
1917 Chalmers Touring. . 850
1917 Cole 8 Chummy 825
Cole 8 Touring 850
Cole 4 Touring 625
2 1917 Maxwell Tourings. 400
1817 Ford Touring ...... 400
Ford Coupe 500
Overland 83 Touring. .. . 460
Ford Touring 285
Studebaker Touring 375
Vim Truck 575
Maxwell Roadster 360
All of the above ears are in
A-l shape. Terms to re
sponsible parties.
Open Sundays and Evenings.
Opposite Public Market.
THE MOTOR MART
DON’T MISS THESE
BARGAINS.
Stephens Model 75, 5 cord tires,
wire wheels.
Buick Roadster, 1919, like new.
Buick Touring, 1918; new paint,
top and tires.
Dodge Roadster, 1918; perfect
condition.
Maxwell Touring. 1921; just driven
from factory.
Mitchell Roadster, 1918; big bar
gain.
Stutz Sport Model, perfect running
condition.
Scripps-Booth Roadster, big value,
very classy.
Studebaker 6 Touring, biggest
buy in town.
Interstate Sedan, in fine shape.
Ford Coupe. A flne all weather car.
Cash or terms. Open Sunday am! evening*.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO SALSS CO.
Main 22<- 235 North Penn.
I*oo BUYS A GOOD USED CAR.
WILL CONSIDER YOUR OLD CAR AS
first payment.
„ Down. Weekly.
Buick touring *IOO *OO
Ford touring 100 600
Ford touring 125 fl.oo
Pullman touring |OO 6.00
Case touring 100 6.00
Oakland 4 joo 6.00
WUiys-Knight touring 160 6.00
Grant touring 100 5.00
Maxwell touring 150 600
NO BROKERAGE.
AUTOMOBILE TRADING CO..
657-59 N. Capitol ave.
Open evenings.
(100,
(126,
(150
down will buy a good used car. We have
Fords, Maxwells, Bulcks. Dodges and
others, in fine shape, that we can sell you
on a small down payment, balance 1 year.
No red tape.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS.
518 N. Capitol. Open evenings.
Fords Fords Fords
Why buy a car and take chanced
on condition? You are relieved
of all responsibility when buying
a car here, as we give you an
iron-clad guarantee of thirty
days with every car that leaves
our salesroom. Plenty to select
from and prices to sell Imme
diately. Hurry If you want a real
“Henry." Welssman’s, 212-14 E.
New York st. Main 4466.
DODGE TOURING; MECHANICALLY
PERFECT. ORIGINAL PAINT; FIVE
GOOD TIRES. 166 E. TWENTY-FIFTH
STREET. PHONE NORTH 1584.
Speedster
in A-l shape; priced so you can speed
tonight if you buy it today; (222.22.
THE MOTOR MART
140 N. Delaware st. Main 1984.
SIOO TO $l5O ■
down payment, balance monthly. Road
sters, sedan, touring cars and Ford truck.
Our cars taken In on Judgments. Must
be sold at once. 127 North Delaware st.
Main 5762. _ Auto. 28-966.
COMMONWEALTH four forty touring
demonstrator at factory cost. DIETiI
JAME3. 334 East Market street. Main
5716. Terms If desired.
BTUDB>BAKEr7 1917 model, six-cylinder,
7 passenger; flne condition; newly paint
ed. MRS. E. M. BROWN. 3348 School st.
FIVE passenger machine; good condition;
(500 If sold Saturday or Sunday; would
consider half-ton truck. Prospect 8895.
AUTO excellent con
dition, fully electrically equipped; new
tires and tubes. Call Circle 85*.
FORD touring car; good condition. Will
demonstrate; private owner. Call Pros
pect 7855, ring 1.
AUTO* AND TRUCK* FOR HIRI
AUTOS FOR RENT—Do your own drtv
lug. U-Drive Auto Service at Hooaler
Laundry. Rear Kolth’s theater. Mala
SUL
TRUCKS—FOR SALS.
GARFORD TRUCKS
Delivers a low cost-ton mile.
BURL FINCH,
Distributor.
DODGE truck, 1919 model; run 6.000
miles; first-class condition. 403 West
.Washington street.
FORD chassis, *165 and Smith form
truck, *225. 960 King avenue.
AUTOMOBILE S —WANTED.
WANTED
AUTOMOBILES.
ICO CARS AT ONCB.
LARGEST BUYERS AND SELLERS OF
USED CARS IN THE STATE.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS AND TIRE
COMPANY.
(IS N. CAPITOL.
MAIN 3(13. AUTO. 33-01 E
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 be given.
212 E. NEW YORK ST.__
AUTOS WANTED
We per caeh. No delay for your money.
It la here for you. Come ir. or call.
I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
(1* N. Illinois st Main 1579. Auto *2-06*.
W* also buy junk cars.
AUTOS wanted regardless of model or
condition; highest prices. Call Circle
1776.
AUTO REPAIRS AND BUPPLIEB.
AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty. *22-I*4 North lillnoia
S & S Auto Laundry
WE SPECIALIZE on auiornoclle wheel re
pairing on all make ears; up-to-mlnute
equipment. THE JOHN GUEDELHOEU
ER WAGON CO.. 3(3 Kentucky avsnu*.
WE MAKE and repair automoolle spring
for all makes of car*, bring In or ship
to us. GUEDELHOEFKR WAGON CO..
202 Kentucky uvenue.
ONE-MaN auto topa. side curtains, seat
and radiator cover*. PERFECTION
AUTO TOP CO.. 3107 Udell street. North
4*.
HAVE YOUR automobile axles straight
ened et th# JOHN’ GUEDELHOEFKR
WAGON CO.. 3(2 Kentucky avenue.
FORD rear wheels. JOHN GUEDEL
HOEFEK WAGON CO.. 20* Kentucky
avenue^
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLEB.
THEY ARle HERB.
I*2o
HENDERSON
FOUR CYLINDER.
MERZ MOTOR CO.,
harley-davidson
Motorcycles and Bicycles
Johnson Motor Wheels
ERNEST HUGHES
>-( Mass. Are. Main *494.
CASH paid for ail kinds of motorcycle*!
FLOYD PETERMAN. (0 Massachu
setts avenue.
BICYCLE; good condition, .-heap Call
after 6 SO p. m., 731 South Meridian
REALEBTATE—gQR SALE,
Look at Those Pretty Little
Homes.
| Centennial street near Tenth; terms;
B room*. 12.400.
River ave., 7 room*. (2.000.
Bellevlew place, near Tenth, ( rooms.
(2.(00.
Raymond street. 5-room double. (3.600.
These places are real bargains and If
| you aro looking for a place and can use a
house I heir size, look them over.
Bloodworth & Flood.
i 529 People* Bank bldg. Phone. Circle 332.
, Ly—— —. Nice, coxy 7-room home
: ' A V I on Congress ave., close to
|iV, j I Illinois car line, strictly
H-l i0...ter.% double garag*-.
house In flne condition. Will take (4.60 U
jeaeh; (4,700 payment*. (1.000 down and
(40 per month. Cali for Mr, Vance with
! GEO. A. LUCAS. 20* American Central
i Life bldg. Circle 6600.
! NEW Bt ’N(! AI .< >W, VACANT
(500 cash, balance monthly.
1737 Laurel *t.; five rooms. electric
lights, fruit trees, etc.; move In at once.
Only (2.500.
Russe H. Hartman
224 North Delaware.
West Side Cottage
No. 1085 West McCarty street. 4-rooin
cottage In good condition and worth the
money. Price *1.750. Will conalder (160
cash, balance time.
i Marion County State Bank
—y. East, 4-room cottage,
M/fj* AJ j, electric lights, gas for
lilu, t I cooking, full lot, well and
cistern. *2.600. *250 cash,
balance *25 per month. GEO. A. LUCAS.
208 American Central Ufa bldg. Circle
€6OO.
SEVEN-ROOM house. Oxford street, nrar
Morris park; gas, city water. sewer,
large lot. Might consider terms.
Seven-room house, Gale and Twenty
flftlj, gas, electric lights, sewer, city
i water; lot 76x190.
Hall & Hill, 147 E. Market
UI'AI TIFUL high., 'urge level lot. half
square of Maple road boulevard (38th
st.), only two squares southeast of fair
grounds. Fine Investment or building site.
Will sell to good party on easy payments;
*lO caeh, (1.60 weekly. Price only (625.
Get busy. 640 Lemeke Annex. Main 1409.
SEVEN-ROOM semi-modern home, lo
cated on Dearborn street; garage. Price
(3.660; (400 cash.
Schmid & Smith, Inc.
Realtors.
Main 4088. 134 N. Delaware St.
eo-c^i —r— —yw, 800 hlocK Fletcher ave.,
I (Tjz, I I 7-room modern home; full
1 \jLty±J I basement, lot 195 feet
5c -- ■He deep; big barn on rear.
family going to California, A real buy.
Price $5,000. GEO. A. LUCAS. 208
American Central Life bldg. Circle 6600.
CHOICE acre lots northeast of Irvington.
Each acre faces a street. Properly re
stricted to keep undesirables out. Pries
S7OO each; $lO cash. (10 monthly.
W. H. COOPER A CO.,
A FINE new never occupied six-room
colonial style home, a big lot, double
garage, butlt-ln features, hardwood
floors, full laundry equipped, basement. A
beautiful home In a high-grade district.
Very liberal terms. Washington 1079.
FOR SALE—Five rooms near Rlversltfe
park; full cellar with furnace, corner
lot. Price (3,600. Terms. A. F. ZAINEY,
149 East Market street.
ON West Michigan street, close to Tibbs
avenue. Seven-room modern house In
first-class repair. Price right. Call Bel
mont 1661.
FOR SALE—On Minerva street close to
New York street, a four and a flve
room cottage on payments. Call Belmont
1661. _
SIX-ROOM cottage on Wilcox street, close
to Belmont avenue; six rooms; semi
modem. Price right. Belmont 1661.
DUPLEX, 4 rooms and sleeping porch up
i stairs, 5 rooms down; modern except
b.tth. See owner. 1302 Olive street.
FOR SALE—Five-room cottags on Boule
vard place close to Thirtieth street.
Price right. Belmont 1661.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE.
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270 Minkner St.
Six-room house with gas for
lighting and cooking. Well, cis
tern and cellar. This is a good
buy. Price *2.500. Terms *SOO
down. *2O per month.
See B. R. Meredith, Realtor.
Gregory & Appel, Inc.
Main 995. Auto. 28-295.
Evenings. Woodruff 7958.
Six-Room Home, East.
Semi-modern, large barn, street being
paved now. Price *4,000; *SOO cash. *4O
per month.
Five-room modern bungalow south; Im
proved street, *4.500; terms.
Five-room double, Leeds avenue, $3,500;
terms.
Three rooms, West Indianapolis; gas,
electric lights, weil, *1.200; terms.
W. L. Bridge?, Realtor
BARGAIN
New Bungalow East
Five rooms; two sleeping rooms; large
living room; good basement; hardwood
floors; absolutely modern. For a quick
sale *5 400, and *1,400 will handle
Marion County State Bank
s2so~Cash, ”
Balance sls per Month
Five-room cottage, newly painted, new
roof and newly decorated, in the pink of
condition In every respect; located at 831
Chase street. Price *1,350.
Tibbs-Bose Realty Cos.
Circle 436. Auto. 27-436. Nights. Wash
ington 4165.
HOME ON PAYMENTS.
Five rooms and room for bath. Fine
furnace, cemented basement. electr*o
lights, gas, well, etc. This place is in
good repair; on south side near Holy
Cross cemetery. Nice yard and flowers.
Price *2.500 with *3OO down and *25 per
month and no taxes until I*2l.
INVESTORS BANKING SERVICE COR
PORATION.
(Owners.)
Rural Street.
Double, five rooms to a side. newly
painted, electric lights, city water, gas
and basement. In good condition, *4,500.
terms if desired.
See Mr. Mclnteer. with
I. N. Richie & Son, Realtors
181 East Market. ,Maln 520.
Evening* and Sunday.jcall Irvington 3597.
Srt F Woodruff Place. Middle
drive; Ideal home for
family. 8 room*, modern.
A 4 living room* down; 4
bedrooms and bath up;
good furnace. House In first-class shape,
t.arage; *6.500; *1.200 cash. *63~month.
Call Templeton. Main 6674 with BERT
ESSEX. 20* American Central Life bldg.
- ■—wv. We have k flne beautiful
J! [I home In the prettiest part
lii W *37M\ll m I of Irvington, also one on
G.Washington street cloae
to Irvington. Cali u* and make an ap
pointment to show them. Call for Mr.
Vance with GEO. A. LUCAS. 208 Amerl
can Central JJte bldg. Circle 6600.
W. Indianapolis Cottage
Four rooms. electric light*; v good
vuel! and porch**, price $2,000 on monthly ,
payment*.
Marion County State Bank
DANDY south side bungalow; 4 rooms;
near St. Catherine 1 hun-h. *1.500: terms
If desired DYNES REALTY CO.. 127
North Delaware, t iff ice. Main 5763; resi
dence. Prospect 4172.
FOR f.E—Three lots. 100.000 second
bar. ricks on ground. Best place in
India ll* fir pi ture ahow or garage.
<’al! MARTIN MORONEY. 2401 Weat
Mi street. Belmont 16*1.
FOR SALE—By owner, northeast, good 7-
r.Ktm house, electric lights. furnace,
j front and bsik porches; large lot; coal
■ *3.000. *SOO down, balance to suit pur
chaser. Phone Southport 12 M-l.
Looking for a bargain in a home?
Here’s area! one; 6-room modern house
| less than a year old; good location. By
I owner. 615 North La Salle. Woodruff
*395. Come and see.
*250 DOWN and *lB per month buys five
room bungalow. 1300 block West St.
Clair street, $2,100. ALTA C. BOHREN.
*l6 American Central Life. Main 3734.
North 4292.
A FINE ti-u five-room bungalow Includ
ing breakfast room, built-in features, j
hi* wooded tot. An ideal home in a |
high-grade district. Very liberal terms
tan be made. Washington 1079.
1 HAVE 97 homes on south side, modern
and eeml-modern; cash and payments.
From four to sleven rooms. Far particu
lars call Prospect 6184 after 4 p. m.
INDIANA TRUST CO.
Sells real estate, collects rsot. writs*
Ore insurance.
SIX-ROOM house, barn, electricity, both
waters, fruit. *2.300. One-half pay
ment. Woodruff 61*4.
FOUR-ROOM house, lot 50x200; furnace,
electric lights. Owner. Woodruff 6644.
REAL ESTATE—SUBURBAN.
Suburban Acreage
Bargain
10 acres, located northeast on
paved road, only 9 miles from
Monument. Good level land, 6-
room house and outbuildings.
Fruit and beautiful maple shade
trees. Special price.
This Is a bargain.
Dunlop & Holtcgol,
Realtors
132 E. Market st.
HALF-ACRE LOTS
We have four lots within five miles of
center of city near traction line. Prices
1450 to $750; $5.00 cash. $1 to $1.60 per
week. Fruit and shade trees on each lot.
Evenings call North 1440.
Hall & Hill, 147 E. Market
LARUE, 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 SaTeT
FOR SALE—Good improved 20 acres, 3
miles west of Lewisville. Ind.; fruit of
all kinds, good drilled well, good fencing
and priced right. See W. T. Margason.
% mile south of Stop 100 on the T. H.,
I. & E. (Eastern division) R. R. Address
Lewisville. R. 1.
FARMS—-FOR SAL-E OR TRADED
FIFTY acres unimproved Jennings
county, 6Vi miles east of North Vernon,
about one-half ready for cultivation,
$1,600. Take part trade. Address G. A.
COX. 302 9 North Gale street.
TRANBFER AND STORAGE.
GI7V7 storage cheapest
1 \V/ RATES IN CITY. CALL
I ' US. Everything at rea
tonable price. Packed.
IJ II shipped anywhere,
cl Locked room If desired.
30 West Henry. Main 4699.
CALL SHANK for the Dost service In
hauling, packing, shipping ands wag
$27-229 North New Jersey St. Main 2023
IAILOKS AND CLtAfTfeKb,
saewvwvwwsMvww..eevwwwws
CLEANING— PRESSING —REPAIRING
(work called fori
Gents’ suits cleaned and pressed.
Ladles* suits cleaned and pressed.
All work guaranteed.
FLETCHER AVE. GARMENT
CLEANERS.
1035 Fletcher ave. Prospect 463.
MISCELLANEOUS— FOR SALE.
A LARGE number of uncalled for suits,
in all sizes, to close out at *26. S3O, *35
and *4O. Worth double the price.
W. G. SCHNEIDER,
. 39 West Ohio Street.
Be sure you are in the right place.
Match Your Coat / a
with a pair ot / \
TROUSERS 1 1
THE PANTS \
STORE CO. 11/
Two Store* \[ UJ
48 w. Ohio. JB 3,
110 E. Market. V
Close 6 P. M. Saturday 9P. M.
Quit Wearing Ready-Made
We make them to j) ’
your measure for
LEON TAILORING CO.
131 E. NEW YORK.
Up one flight.
A—- MIC Drop-Head Singer. *lO.
ether bargains, tl 00 per
Os ,nl week. All makes RE-
nlr PAIRED. HEMSTITCH
.V*Va ING while you wait. 10c
ygaiA per yard
WHITE BEWINO MACHINE CO..
Main 600; Auto. 25-21*. *l2 Mass. A vs.
POULTRY FEED—Have you tried Egg-
I Fetcher? The feed your chickens will
eat. No leavings. INDIANAPOLIS
! FEED AND SEED CO., 117 North Ala
; barna.
I TWO steam jacket rendering kettles and
one 15 H. P. stationary steam engine;
! first-class condition. 403 West Washing
| ton street.
BUTTE R fat dairy feed. Once tried, ab
ways used. INDIANAPOLIS FEED
AND SEED CO.. 117 North Alabama st.
KENTUCK Derby horse feed. There’s
quality there. INDIANAPOLIS FEED
AND SEED CO., 117 North Alabama st.
FOUR carpenter’* horses. 18 inches by 4
feet, *1.50 each. Address A No. 1625,
Time*.
w-T* LOOK
/ / What Schneider Wants
? / ' You to Do.
BUY IT NOW
While the
August Reduction Sale Is On
*4O coat and trousers to your measure’
now -*32.50.
*45 coat and trousers to your measure
now *36.
*SO coat and trousers to your measure |
now *4O.
*6O coat and trousers to your measure
now *4B.
*75 suit to your measure now *6O.
*7O suit to your measure now *56.
*6 5 suit to your measure now *52.
*6O suit to your measure now s4*.
*55 suit to your measure now *44.
*SO suit to your measure now *4O.
*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.
LEW SHANK
pays best prices in city for household
goods and fixtures ot aIV kinds. 227 North
j New Jemey street. Main 2023.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
AAAF^WVSfWWNpN^vN^VWW^^WWk^SV**
FOR SALE—24 opal light tables. 2 steam
tables. 6 urns, 24 stools, H cash registers,
eoda counter, 3 large Ice boxes, 2 small
counters. 150 chairs; complete outfit for
restaurant.
BAKER BROS.
Largest used furniture dealers in the
world.
A tto 23-166. Main 3466,
WE WANT TO BUY
good furniture, rugs, office and store fix
- turee. We pay more than other dealers.
Call Cooperider.
USED GOODS STORE.
Main 2288.
Furniture
GAS STOVES.
OIL STOVES.
Cheaper here and easier tertne. KROOT
A SON. 609 W. Washington Bt.
GOOD USED RUGS.
We have the largest selection In Indi
anapolis of high-grade used rugs; all
sixes, at prices that will pleaee you.
USED GOODS STORK.
424 Massachusets ave.
BEGINNING Aug Tifun til 21 al! kinds
of furniture, comfort*. lace curtains,
rugs, stoves and a lot more of things too
numerous to mention at 939 South East st.
HOUSEHOLD furniture. garden toolß.
cold frames; leaving city. 3536 Ashland.
Washington 4189.
iv. . j M v.S. I .C. AL IN BTRUM ENTB.
BEGINNERS’ violins, mandolins, guitars;
bargains. TUTTLE. 201 Indiana Ave
FINE player piano. *4O down and *4 per
week. North 4221.
PET STOCK AND POULTRY.
CALL Frank Aiderson poultry house if
you have poultry to sell and can’t bring
It in. we come after it. Main 4100.
LIVE STOCK AND VEHICLES.
FOR SALE—Good young milch cow.
Phone Southport 12 M-l.
COAL AND WOOD FOR SALE.
ILLINOIS LI’MF *9.00
L. H. BAIN COAL CO.
Main 2151. Main 3531.
DRY KINDLING.
Call Main 7451.
MACHINERY AND TOOLS^
WONDER MIXERS
Hoists and pumps for building
and bridge construction. All
sizes carried in stock. Burl
Finch, Dist., 312-20 W. Mary
land St.
Financial.
YOU Can
BORROW MONEY
SO CHEAP
and on such easy terms of repayment
from the Fidelity Loan 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
waht 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 MCtRE ANY TIME AND REDUCE
THE COST.
IN YOUR BEHALF
We are on the Job eight hours a day, and
through personal contact and personal
service, plus a deep personal Interest, we
can serve you and your friends as you
wish to be served In these unusual times
business friendships, close relations, mu
tual understandings and co-operation are
real Rssets to all jf us. We are ready to
go three-fourths of the way. Now it Is
up to you.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.
106 E. Market St.
Second Mortgage
Real estate loans made on good farms
and Improved city properties. GIB
HALTER FINANCE COMPANY. ]s N
Delaware street. I*l*.
FINANCIAL
MONEY TO LOAN
On First Mortgage
Security
SIX Pt.K CENT
GILD realty go.
Main 1646, Auto. 28-236
WF. ARE PREPARED TO MAKE REAL
ESTATE LOANS PROMPTLY. WE
PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS
MORTGAGES, BONDS AND STOCKS
LISTED AND UNLISTED. *
INDIANAPOLIS SECURITIES CO
FRANK K. SAWYER, Pres.
Fifth floor Indianapolis Securities Bldg
Southwest corner Delaware and Market!
WE MAKE second niurigagts u,, lai, or
city property. AETNA MTG. AND INV
CO. Main 7101. SQB Fidelity Trust Bldg!
LOANS on Diamonds; 3%% per month
BURTON JEWELRY CO.. 53 Monu
rnent.
INSURANCE in all branches. AUBREY
D. PORTER. 016 Peoples Bank Bldg.
Main 7049.
r LEGAL NOTICE.
NOTICE OF BOND SALE.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, treasurer of Posey county, state
of Indiana, that on and after the hour of
- p. in., on the 24th day of August, 1920,
at the office of said treasurer in the court
house at the city of Mt. Vernon, Indiana,
the undersigned as treasurer of said coun
ty, will proceed to sell to the highest and
best bidder to. cash, at not less than the
principal yum named in suen bonds, cer
tain township gravel road bonds of the face
or par value of $19,*00, bearing interest
from and after Sept. 1, 1920, at the rate of
four P.nd one-half per cent per annum,
payable semi-annually, on the 15th day of
May and the 15th day of November of
each j ear at treasurer’s office for the
period of ten years.
Said bonds have been Issued in strict
accordance with the laws of the state of
Indiana on July 21, 1920. and pursuant
to an order of the board of commissioners
of Posey county, authorizing the issue and
sale of said bonds for the purpose of pro
viding funds for the construction and im
provement cf a certain high-way, peti
tioned for by Frank M. CsrfTnor et a!., in
Point tow . .hip, said county. Indiana. Said
bonds will be 20 in number, 20 series—
one bond to each series, dated Sept. 1,
1920. of *995 each.
The first series will be due and payable
May 15, 1921, and one series each six
months thereafter until all of said bonds
have been paid.
The right is reserved to reject any and
all bids. GEO. A. ASHWORTH.
Treasurer of Posey County. Indiana.
NOTICE OF BOND SALE.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed treasurer of Posey county, state
of Indiana, that on and after the hour of
2 p. m.. on the 24th day of August. 1920.
at the office of said treasurer la the court
house at the city of 311. Vernon. Indiana,
the undersigned as treasurer of said coun
ty. will proceed to sell at the highest and
best bidder for cash, at not less than Um
principal sum named in such bonds, cer
tain gravel road bonds of the face or par
value of *6.160, bearing Interest fron.
anil after Sept. 1. 1920. at the rate of
four and one-half per cent per annum,
payable semi-annually, on the 15th day
of May and the 15th day of November of
each year at treasurer’s office for the
period of ten years.
Said bonds have been Issued in strict
accordance with the laws of the state or
Indiana on July 21. 1920, and pursuant
to an order of the board of commissioners
of Posey county, authorizing the issue
and sale of said bonds for the purpose of
providing funds, for the construction and
improvement of a certain highway, peti
tioned for by Adam J. Doil et al., in
Robb township, said county, Indiana.
Said bonds will be 20 In number, 20 series
1 bond to each series, dated Sept. 1,
1920, of *305 each.
The first series will be due and payable
May T 5, 1921, and one series each six
months thereafter until all of said bonds
have been paid.
The right is reserved to reject any and
all bids. GEO. A. ASHWORTH.
Treasurer of Posey County. Indiana.
NOTICE OF BOND SALE.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, treasurer of Posey county, state
. of Indiana, that on and after the hour
j of 2 p. m.. on the 24th day of August.
: 1320, at the office of said treasurer In the
| courthouse at the city of Mt. Vernon, In
j diana, the undersigned as treasurer of said
i county. 11 proceed to sell to the highest
! and best bidder for cash, at not less than
the principal sum named In such bonds,
1 certain gravel road bonds of the face or
par value of (11,100. bearing interest
from and after £ept. 1, 1920. at the rate
of four and one-half per cent per an
num, payable semi-annually, on the 15th
day of May and the 16th day of November
of each year at treasurer's office for the
period of ten yeara
Said bonds have been Issued In strict
accordance with the laws of the state of
Indiana on July 21, 1320, and pursuant
to an order of the board of commissioners
of Posey county, authorizing the issue
and sale of said bonds for the purpose of
providing founds for the construction and
Improvement of a certain highway, peti
tioned for by John Wilson et al., in Bethel
township, said county, Indiana. Said
bonds wilt be 20 in number, 20 series—l
bond to each series, dated Sept. 1, 1920,
of (555 each.
The first series will be due and payable
May 15, 1921. and one series each six
months thereafter until all of said bonds
have been paid.
The right is reserved to r> - any and
all bids. GEO. A. ASHWORTH,
Treasurer of Posey Coun y. Indiana.
NOTICE OF BOND SALE.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed. treasurer of Posey county, state
of Indiana, that on and after the hour of
2 p. m., on the 24th day of August, 1920,
at the office of said treasurer in the court
house at the city of Mt. Vernon. Indiana,
the undersigned as treasurer of said
county, will proceed to sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash, at not less than
the principal sum named in such bonds,
certain county unit county line gravel road
bonds of the face or par value of (4.700,
Posey's part, bearing interest f-om and
alter Sept. 1. 1920, at the rate of five per
cent per annum, payable semi-annually,
on the 15th day of May and the 15th day
of November of each year at treasurer's
office for the period of ten years.
Said bonds have been issued In strict
accordance with the laws of the state of
Indiana on July 21, 1920, and pursuant
to an order of the board of commission
ers of Posey and Vanderburgh counties,
authorizing the Issue and sale of said
bonds for the purpose of providing funds
for the construction and improvement of
a certain highway, petitioned for by
Charles N. Roben et al.. In said county.
Indiana. Said bonds will be 10 in num
ber. 10 series—l bond to each series,
dated Sept. 1. 1920. of *470 each.
The first series will be due and payable
May 15. 1921. and one series each May
15th thereafter until all of said bonds
have been paid.
The right is reserver to reject and any
all bids. GEO. A ASHWORTH,
Treasurer of Posey County, Indiana.
Bolshevik Spy Kills
Chicago ‘Y’ Man
NEW YORK, Aug. 14.—The death <>f
Capt. T’oziwek of Chicago at the hands
of a bolshevlst spy while serving tha
i Polish armies as a Y. M. 4’. A. secretary,
was confirmed here today by interna
tional headquarters of the Y. M. C. A.
L'czhvek was shot while asleep.
The spy had joined him and two Pol
ish privates who were moving up from
Minsk by motor truck.
After killing Ucziwek the spy shot
one of the privates and attempted to
shoot the other, but the cartridge missed
fire.
He then committed suicide.
Camp Custer, Mich.,
Will Be Abandoned
WASHINGTON, Aug. 14 —The war de
partment today announced that the
commanding general of Camp Custer,
Mich., has been directed gradually 10
abandon and to eventually salvage the
camp.
The Tenth Infantry, now at Camp Cus
ter, will be transferred to Camp Sher
man, 0., and the Fourteenth infantry to
the Panana canal department.
All other troops at Camp Custer wil,
be sent to other stations in the central
ifepartment.
Take Every Step to
Investigate Riots
WASHINGTON. Aug. 14.—Gov. Low
den of Illinois today telegraphed Secre
tary of State Colby that every 'effort will
be made to prosecute those responsible
for the deaths during the West Frank
fort (111.) riots last week, when Louis
Carrera, an Italian citizen, Was killed.
Gov. Irowden’s telegram v\as In reply
to a request for an investigation mad*.

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