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JUNIOR CHAMBER
-DRIVE OVER TOP
Membership Goal of 500 Ex*
ceeded by 85.
The goal for the membership drive of
the Junior Chamber of Commerce, set
four weeks ago at 500, has been passed,
583 members having been enrolled.
Tho close of the drive was celebrated
last night by an ‘‘over the top” dinner
at the chamber.
Tentative outlines of the business
courses that will be conducted for the
members of the junior chamber in com
mercial law and advertising were an
nounced by Myron M. Hughel, chairman
of the educational committee, and courses
In money and banking and in salesman
ship will be announced as soon as they
have been outlined and Instructors ob
tained.
The course In advertising, for which
datek have not yet been set, was outlined
as follows:
“History of Advertising,” Paul Richey;
“How Advertising Can Be Used as a
Sales Tool, National Advertising with
National Distribution,” H. R. Keeling;
“How to Prepare Effective Advertising
Copy,” Guernsey Vanßipper; “How to
Lay Out an Advertisement and How to
Make Type Talk,” Felix Krieg; “How
and When to Use Illustrations in Adver
tising,” Ernest Cohn; "How to Advertise
a Retail Store,” Horace E. Ryan; “Na
tonally Advertising a Product with Coun
try-wide Distribution,” Carl McQulnn;
“The Merchandising Idea Among News
papers.” Don Bridge; “Functions of an
Advertising Agency,” Homer McKee;
“Advertising a City,” Merle Sidener.
The commercial law course will Include
the following subjects:
“Making of Contracts,” Lawrence B.
Davis, Sept. 13; “Discharge of Con
tracts.” William Quillan, Oct. 5; "Proper
Sales,” Oct. 19; “Conditional Sales and
Chattel Mortgages." Walter Myers, Oct.
”6; “Bailments,” Nov. 2; “Agency,” Judge
Theosopbilus J. Moll, Nor. 16; “Partner
ships.” WllUafh G. White, Nov. 30; “Cor
porations, Organization,” Bernard Kor
bly, Dec. 7; “Corporations, Power of
Officers and Directors,” Dec. 21; “In
surance,” Clinton H. Giran, Jan. B;
“Real Property,” Schuyler Haas, Jan.
J 9; “Negotiable Instruments. Elements.
If You Can’t Come t<y the State Fair Then Order By Mail
23d Annual Clearance Sale The **
Standard Tires, Tubes & Accessories

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ou save an extra 20 to 30 per cent durinc this clearance sale Conmare ' ——
YOU ARE INVITED TO MAKE OUR u ,■ , , K X I - omp , visit our booth at the auto show at the
v_a£ju it; iixATVib uun, the prices listed with those you have been paying. Note the difference. It fair ground
STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS will pay you in dollars and cents to anticipate your future needs by stocking | See the latest in auto accessories, some designed I
Come in and get acquainted with the Largest Ex- U P ou thefi e tires, tubes and accessories. Remember that every article listed *° decrease the cost of upkeep of your oar and others
, . ™ „ I • , , . , * to increase the rtdlng qualities. Useful souvenirs
elusive Tire and Accessory House in the State. We is guaranteed to be exactly as represented. If you are not entirely satisfied to ail.
will be glad to number you among our long list of with your purchase, return it and we will gladly refund vour money promptly e... c 9 i P w OQ w
Sc.tisfied patrons, which we have built up during 23 . • , .... * 1 1 * TUO3S PJ.CIIj rTS# UUrlUjf St*tß Fair “89k
years of honest dealing. Upon request we will be ana wl tri°Ut quiotne. During the Slate Fair week we will patch any
pleased to send our catalogue containing hundreds puncture or small blowout free of charge, both at
of items for motorists. We P a y postage on all items listed unless otherwise noted. our auto show booth and at our South Illinois street
' 7,500-Miles Guarantee|
G “ 6 ™ Adjustment Basis
23x3 $19.00 $13.25 J tthaViS SELF-VULCANIZING
2S 75 20 50 - ' so-c+nt rn “h.i r**t” on.
™ 3 4f0 “mm 4225 58 - 3 ° / . 4 i- 5 ? to any cord tire Ma\ b F e o r r 2?V?wf "JSZJSS'iSS ~ " T&eX*"
pip Ilfgffi ' Wx4 u '- 8 ° 44 40 60.10 * 45.2a as is possible for MM against leaking at. valve or splice or becom- j K „, io mpp , Jt , rfU . i n *i.nii, :
34x4 40 60 2900 f34x4 59.45 45.50 62.20 46.30 fjpg £ jwfj jHMU \ iuK porous. vniciuitic. nif into iii tui>*.
32x4/ z 51.15 37.00 HHI 32x4i/ 2 63.55 47.50 66.15 49.15 L * £ : ~' J \ hi.# rA* si.* rX rr". • u ~ or h ~ t n ~ d " 1 -
33x4*/ 2 52.70 38.00 'I? 33x4^ 2 65.20 49.25 67.55 51.00 ' do) vW.y 8 \ 30x3 $4.00 $2.25 32x4Va $7.55 $4.50 “•! u*c* t* *olrf on nn ab*oiut
34x4i/ 2 54.50 39.00 mllflffial ox-ai. fifi Qa hla nn 7n AD * r.-> aa iQ* > j 33x4' , 7.80 4.60 money-beck guarantee. It wIU repair
35x41 / 2 56.85 42.00 34x4 1 /2 66. JO 50.00 *0.40 53.00 Hl\ d|9 --- , 4 .i? goo 470 !•* up to 1* iwheo in length. Moro
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36x41/ 2 57.90 42.75 \ gs£a Pla,n Non- /Tfgl <A j 32x30, 5.00 2.95 35*41/. a 2 6 4.80 dqnUl. rrape oir wli-h u knife ,ni
35x5 67.00 49.00 \
37x5 71 on K? on t s if H 11 A 36x4' 2 8.65 5-CO ; for Inflation >nd Immediate u.o. Time
■ UU V o'K-r. 70 UD DA cq r.A ,•<> nri 30x3 $13.50 sl4 75 f;; R 31x4 5.65 3.50 romun ed, about :i minute*. "Seal
Li*t Oar ***• ~v/ I J.3t) 6*J. 03,*)0 bZ.lt} fffhl I | ■ 32x4 3.00 3.60 33x5 9.30 5.60 : Ka*t” l* not affected by the Imtteet
L , . rlr< “ 35x5 83.20 63.00 87.40 65.50 Pd H 33x4 6.20 3.75 35x5 9.85 575 weather the hotter It got* the
M7.e Plain Plain _ nr . nri ~r nrt nn nr. ... .. __ €2}. PV?\ ts. M . . cak ooe ov-K m'sn fine: tighter It etlck*. Three hundred tnhea
3Cx3 $17.60 $12.00 37x5 81.20 65.00 90.70 67.71)
32x3'/V, 24 00 LwO || | *1 * .... .j Not one failed. Urj P lre can*. H.Ou
The above prices are possible because we bought these tires before the March (g>i JgS | un’mllM!7Kdf?noll “* b> po ** ,,, ‘ ,a on
Bth raise. We are therefore giving you the benefit of our foresignt by selling B dre *° wlthln 300 mlle ® of Indianapolis. receipt of price.
these first-grade, high-auality tires at from 20 to 30 per cent off list price. It w(1 l ©j rikfSl hE, .H I
will pay you to anticipate your future needs by stocking up on these tires as the p £j~.l | j pj
saving is too large to be overlooked. j /&M|o / m is
— 'LI mw Terms of Sale
Tool Boxes Timer and Spark Plug FREE „ 18/
j Wire Asaemblies for Ford Car* j 32X45/J; .... 44.00 fitUr / A deposit of 25 per cent of total amount must accompany all C. O.
Souvenir* 33x 4
\ * M to A “ VfM* "" lfio W / balance due. As to our responsibility we refer you to Dun or Brad
■■■ j ®r 36*4 y "" 49 00 WijA J street Commercial Agenoies, or any bank or express company in our
conrist* or fire different colored ** Auto sories shipped to any address within 300 miles of Indianapolis.
wires Inclosed In loom. Also four h • w and doxa 5u.00 vy j
Os pressed steel, finished in 3TiS3iSS * ! ' "" 6900
lock and key. n0.6404t ''““ffii .. 85c a i. c .i • i. 1 ail Lamp Assembly
NO. 7700 W£S Auto Spot Light for Ford Cars
Nn 7710 Q v 7i/ paid./ tHIC Card with This spot llgat \h correctly balanced below wheel for Ford cars. Well
7700 olCinC-Ti/ htr -No fiDfiflT Tlmer ' v,reß - £Aa c h a ngeable . th* bracket on a three point sußpenaloihleaally made. Bolt holes bored SO ExgfCXi£i&&Sm
No. 7720 24x10x7J4 2.55 IMO. OUOUI postpaid OIIC face*. moved In any direction ; has universal bracket „r.r.l*r in n few BE?
daily designed for \ . / • • -$6.25 Thls BJlgtpm p erin its lighting tall lamp from mag
nse on the running % M K- UjiUlll . t rI?“!‘ 3l L3Fijl '°‘ t postpaid. SI No 2814 np to when engine la running and from dry cells
board of small cars. \ f n . , xr nnntrt ** A . Q RiJf wlien englno is stopped. Outfit Includes electric
Will accommodate ■ r JSjb Pjiirrc No. 202 T $6.25 Wheel ta u lamp complete with two bulbs, wlro copper
to*3V4 t - , Sch":s riu ® s 12-16 VoU Bulb8 ‘ postpald - each_ terullnal9; dry celu not lnclo,led - i
able rims. ‘ No. 203 T $6.45 j CC CIO 1 sembly,postpaid • .$1.60
No 5490 T Eaeb fiS •?regular 18-24 Volt Bulbs, postpaid. wjjpi|3S<lw aJJa-/ .s-J \J fj 0 _ goo j) ry Cells for same, chnrges collect, S3c.
* ~ - postpaid 91*Ov fjfi*iwSi&jig m equipment - / , '
Sunderland 3-Cvlinder Maiio
] , f®® GuaranteeTire&RubberCo.
'{k|# SsS.*® ScSM 695 T i Office and Salesroom Bell Telephone Maun 1642
Iff Price each, postpaid, P^d \ 211-213 South Illinois St. Independent 26-361
$3.50 If Os 59c / The Largest Exclusive Tire and Accessory House in the State
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Doped the Way
CHICAGO, Bept. 3.—R. R. Gharet's
attorneys doped out a way to pay
his alimony.
They auctioned his drug store, giv
ing the dope proceeds to the ex-wlfe.
V t J
Construction,” Feb. 2; “Enforcements
and Quasi Negotiable instruments,”
Feb> 16, James M. Ogden.
Speakers at last night’s dinner in
cluinded Clay Phillips of Terre Haute,
national councilor from the Terre Haute
Junior chamber to the United States
junior Chamber, who told of the work
of the national organization and urged
the local body to affiliate with it.
Greensburg ‘Y’ Hires
Physical Director
Special to The Times.
GREENSBURG, Ind., Sept. 3.—August
Eckel, graduate of the American Gym
nastic Union of Indianapolis, ha 6 ac
ceupted a position as physical director
of the Y. M. C. A. of this city, and
will take charge of the work at once.
Mr. Eckel for the last three years has
been supervisor of physical education of
the Richmond public schools.
At one time he was connected with
playground work of the Cincinnati pub
lic schools.
Steeple Jacks Get
Too Much Janjaica
Special to The Times.
GREENSBURG. Ind., Sept. 3.—T00
much Jamaica ginger caused William
Hoty, George Hopp and Clifford Eggles
ton, all of Indianapolis, to drawn lines
of? 11 each in police court here yester
day.
The men, who stated that they were
steeple jacks, were returning from Olden
burg to Indianapolis after haying done
some work on a church at Dl^enburg.
They admitted obtaining some Jamaica
ginger at Oldenburg, and that they had
inbibed too freely.
Hoty, foreman of the crew, telephoned
his employer at Indianapolis, who agreed
to send sufficient money to pay their j
lines.
Several Sentenced
on Booze Charges
Joe Cobon, 245 South Lyons street, was
fined SIOO and costs t.nd sentenced to
serve sixty days on the state penal farm
yesterday after he was found guilty in
city court of operating a “blind tiger.”
Cobon was arrested by federal officers
after they found a still and twenty* gal
lons of raisen mash in the garage in the
rear of his home.
“ASPIRIN”
WARNING! The name “Bayer" is the thumb
print which identifies genuine Aspirin prescribed by
physicians for 20 years and proved safe" by millions.
SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an “unbroken package” of
genuine Bayer Tablets of Aspirin,” which contains properdirec
tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheuma
tism, Neuritis* Lumbago, and for pain generally. Strictly American!
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents—Larger packages.
Aeplric U the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of MonoaceUcacldeater of SalloyUcncl*
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1920.
Cobon said the mash was used to make
vinegar.
James Ralston, 1516 Astor street, was
fined SSO and costs In city court yester
day, after he pleaded guilty to a blind
tiger charge.
Ralston was . arrested when be was
found with three half pints of whisky
on his person.
Special Judge Ralph Bamburger fined
Pat Stivlns, 336 Agnes street. SIOO and
costs and sentenced him to the penal
farm for thirty days after Stivlns was
found guilty on a blind tiger charge.
Ten pints of whisky were found In a
storeroom which Stivlns had rented at
Army Shoes
J vsk / (Repaired)
*2‘ 50 T° T° $ 3 75
We buy these shoes di
rectly from the govern-
ment and it is difficult at
Sizes 6 to 12. times to keep a full run
of sizes, but a recent
shipment enables us to fit any size foot with that degree of comfort
and service for which army shoes are noted. Buy the boy a pair for
school. j
151 NORTH ILLINOIS
Four Doors South of Ohio St.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Address E. C. Smellzer.
Excursions
—NEXTSUNDAY
CINCINNATI, OHIO,
$2 95 ROUND TRIP —52.95
Include* Wav Tax.
Decatur, 111., $3.24 — EVBVy Sllllday—Marshall, Ind., $1.22
VISIT TURKEY KUN—(INDIANA STATE PARK)
Special Train* Leav Union Station 7.00 A. M.
Special Coaches to Cincinnati for General Proteatant Orphan Society.
156 North Illinois street.
Tho ponal farm sentence was suspend
ed on account of Stlvins’s physical con
dition.
“KEEPINDIANAPOLIS ON TIME ”
Watches, Diamonds , Jewelry —
CREDIT
The world’s finest watches—Elgin, Hamilton,
Illinois, Howard and the
famous Purple Ribbon
South
’ Bend
Jzw 19-J ewel
Guaranteed Watch
Any trustworthy person in s^.oo
the city is invited to come in |Hj
here and open a charge ac- ~
count. Simply pay a small .
amount down, and the bal- ffj| w'” i ek:
anee can be arranged to suit WHEJL
your own convenience. . rs|i
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Syrup
Palo Children Need Iron
Iron in Syrup form is more readily digested
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and naturally you get quicker results. The
Iron in GROVE’S IRON TONIC SYRUP is
digested as soon as it is swallowed and, there
fore, is promptly assimilated. You can soon
feel its Strengthening, Invigorating Effect.
The Syrup is flavored and children love to
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poisonous drugs, therefore, it can be given to
The Babe, The Child, The Mother and The
Grandmother with perfect safety.
Grove’s
iron Tonic
Syrup
Price 60 Cents.
Look for this signature on the package.
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