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Big Barbecue FREE To All Contestants You never did see such a party as we’re going to give Sunday! A regular barbecue with all the eats that go with it! Plenty of food for all who come, and fine big trees under which to eat it! Lots of shelter in case of rain. And lots of music and other good features to keep you interested all day long. Our special cars will leave the corner of Capitol and Washington every 12 minutes Sunday from 9:15 to 11:30 o’clock. They’ll unload you right on the grounds. The street cars run right up to Rainbow Annex —the addition with country air and city conveniences! And you can’t buy admission to our party for any amount of money. We pay the car fare both ways—and all expenses. Just follow these simple rules. Any white person may enter this contest—and any number of people in the same family may compete. But only one name will be accepted from any one contestant. Write your suggested name for the street in the space provided for it on the coupon. Then sign your own name. Cut out the coupon and bring it to our office, Room 913, Merchants Bank Building, Corner Washington and Meridian Streets. There your coupon will be exchanged for free transportation and admission ticket to the Big Barbecue on Sunday, September sth. Awards will be made on the grounds at the Barbecue by the fol lowing judges: H. H. Prescott, Howard Young and C. A. Bookwalter. The winner must be present when his name is called or the money will be awarded to the person whose entry has been given second place. * No employee or relative of an employee of the Homeseekers’ Realty Company may compete. These Homes are Already Built in Rainbow Annex ■ % ~ r INDIANA DAILY TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1920. Your Last Chance to Use This Coupon! Homeseekers’ Realty Cos. 913 Merchants Bank Bldg. My suggestion for the name of the nameless street in Rainbow Annex is 1 understand that in order to enter this contest I must exchange this coupon for an entry ticket before Sept. sth, and that in order to win I must attend the Barbecue on that date and be there when the award is given out. Signed Address See Beautiful Rainbow Annex at Our Expense Get out of the heat of the crowded part of the city just one day. Find out again what it means to breathe in Nature’s purest air. Race and romp through field and grove or take your rest under the quiet trees in some secluded corner. Have a party out in the open without even the necessity of packing a lunch. We’ll provide more eats than you can get away with. There’ll be music and all kinds of fun. All because we’re naming anew street and showing Indianapolis its newest, choicest home site! Homeseekers Realty Company 913 Merchants Bank Building Main 1498, Main 1499 Indianapolis Main 2518, Auto 25-246 Paved Streets and 5c Street Cars Go Straight to Rainbow Annex It costs nothing to go to Rainbow Annex Sunday. It only costs a nickel on other days. For this new addition, with all its pure-air advantages is located inside the city —and street cars take you all the way. Or you can go by machine over paved streets, using the splendid Speedway Road, otherwise known as Crawfords, ville Pike or Sixteenth street. The land is high and dry. Much of it is heavily wooded. Big bearing fruit trees are on many of the lots. City water, gas, electricity, sewers, all go to Rainbow Annex. Here are advantages you seldom find in anew addition. No wonder we don’t expect the lots to last long! If you have ever thought of getting a little place of your own—a place that would be your home in every sense of the word, come prepared to make the first pay ment on one of these beautiful lots. No one will be under any obligation to buy. The judges in the contest won’t know whether you are ever going to own your home or not. But any person who has home-love in his makeup will be glad to get a location in Rainbow Annex “on the ground floor,” —before prices go up. Lots in Rainbow Ridge—just over the way from Rain bow Annex—are already selling for more than their orig inal price. j Those in Rainbow Annex are sure to go higher, too. So if you’re wise you’ll bring $25 with you Sunday, That s all it takes to start out as a happy home-owner. A Row of New Homes in Rainbow Ridgt— ‘‘Next Door ” to Rainbow Annex fv if -'**'*&*£ * }>- .*£“ ' - i . ' ■ % ' - *' • -sP ■ " * * • < v. • --ft ■, 7