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25-2$ 8. Meridian St. PHONES—CLASSIFIED ADV. DEPT. Main *so# _■ **-*sl RATES. One time 00 per Una Three consecutive times... .08 per Una Six consecutive times 0T per line Mato or female help wanted, situa tion wanted, male or female; rooms to let and board and rooms wanted— One time #3 per line Three consecutive times.. .#7 per line Six consevuttve times 08 per line Contract rates on application. Legal notices .0* per line Lodges and club notices 76e per insertion Church notices (1 Inch or less)' 500 per Insertion Over 1 Inch, .#7 per line additional. Death notices, *sc per Insertion. The Business Office closes at I p. m. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. 1 VV^V^t^VVWVS/SVWWWWWS^^^ George Grinsteiner Funeral director. 522 East Market. Old Phone Main 908. New Phone. 27-208. A. M. Ragsdale, J. Walsh Price, John Paul Ragsdale. A. M. RAGSDALE CO. J. C. WILSON 1230 Prospect. Auto. 51-671. Prospect 322. FUNERAL DIRECTORS — WM. E. KRIEQKR. New 21-154, Main 1454. 1402 N. Illinois. UNDERTAKER 8. W. T. BLASENGYM 1635 Shelby jst. Pros. 2570. Auto. SLIIL UNDERTAKERS—HISET ft TITUS, 951 North Del. New 26-564. Main 3630. DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICEB. BUCKLET, JOHN P.—Brother of D. J., J. J.. Mary E. Buckley of Indianapolis and Mrs. Thomas Burns of Nashville, Tenn.. at St. Vincent’s hospital, Satur day, Sept. 11 at S p. m. Funeral at the undertaking establishment of John F. Reynolds, Meridian and Pratt sts., Tues day, Sept. 14, at 8:30 a. m. St. John's church at 0 o’clock. EICHP.ODT. MARI' ELIZABETH Widow of the late Charles W. Elchaodt, died at 5:15 a. m., Sept. 12. 1920. Funeral at late residence. 1484 North New Jersey street, at 2 p. m. Tuesday. Friends In vited. Burial private. CARD OF THANK3. CARD OF THANKS—We wish to extend our sincere thanks to all our neighbors and friends who were so kind to us In our sad bereavement, the death of our be loved wife and sister, Anna Kroll Welas haar. Especially do we thank the Rev. Peters for his consoling words; the sing ers, the Willing Workers, the Ladles’ Aid, the Rebekah Lodge No.' 418, the Co manche Council No. 47. D. of P„ Mag nolia Circle U. A. O. D., the members of Engine House No. 30. Undertaker Henry Vehling and for the many floral tributes. MR. WILLIAM MEIBSHAAR, HUSBAND; MRS. THERESA SALGE. SISTER; LUD WIG AND WILLIAM KROLL. BROTH ERS. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—Cameo ring-, Sunday morning on Palmer street between Union and Madison. Very valuable - lfeepaake. E. M. JOHANNES. Prospect 451. Reward. LOST—By delivery man In southeast part of city, about S6OO In currency and checks In black billfold; loser's name In side. Suitable reward. Call Main 5423. 49 South Delaware. MIsIING FRIENDS and relatives traced everywhere; no criminals looked for, •Jail Main 0947, or write lost agent, 19 Baldwin block. Indianapolis, Ind. FOUND—Hat. lady’s, on road about four miles west of Noblesvllle, Sunday, Aug -29. Circle 6172. Auto. 24-497. LOST—A large cameo pin valued as keepsake. Reward. Call Prospect 1110. LODGES AND CLUBS. TO the members of Red Cloud Tribe No IS. I. O. O. M., you are hereby notified of the death of Brother J. T. Zelgler, who died Sunday, Sept. I*. Services will be held at chapel of Planner & Buchanan, 820 North Illinois street, Tuesday eve ning, Sept. 14 at * o'clock. You are re quested to be present. RICHARD FORE STAL, Sachem. O. E. SHERMAN. C. of R. NOTICES. 810.00 REWARD for Information leading to my renting a modern four or five room double, duplex or apartment, north or east; not over 860; no children Call Circle 3048. ROOMS—TO LET. TWO sleeping rooms with breakfast; pre fer gentlemen of good class; modern conveniences; two blocks off Illinois car line; private family. North 6835. MODERN room with alcove, in walking distance, for gentleman or couple em ployed. Circle 3304. LARGE front room in modern apartment; suitable two gentlemen; walking dis tance. Main 9318. MERIDIAN, 534, N., nicely furnished front room downstairs; for two people. Cir cls 6250. ROOM in strictly modern apartment, for 2 gentlemen; walking distance. Main 6151. UNFURNISHED room In private home; modern. Call Main 1859. MODERN room, private home; gentle men. Woodruff 3757. DELAWARE, N., 718: modern room; 3 gentlemen. Circle 8737. BOARD AND ROOMS—TO LET. ROOM and board for two men; walking distance. 213 East Walnut. ~~ RO?j^^WANTEp.~'~7rT WANTED—One or two rooms with kitchenette by yonng married couple; unfurnished. Walking distance desired. Call North 8725. Best references fur nished. 7 BU6INEBS SERVICES. REBUILT TIRES, guaranteed 4.000 miles, new tires and tubes; vulcanizing that gives satisfaction. DOWNTOWN TIRE SHOP. 85 Kentucky ave. Main 1187. ROOMING house for fujje; 11 rooms; Illi nois car line; deal wilh owner; no agents. Circle 5502. SAFETY RAZOR BLADES ~ sharpened. TUTTLEDGE, 201 Indiana ave. If your clock Is not running phone Circle 4707. M. R. Shearn. 811 North Ala bama. PROFESSIONAL SERVICEB. ’ Natureopatby, Swedish Massage Baths and general treatments. Thorough satisfaction. 119 East Ver mont street. First floor front. Hours 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. VIOLET Ray and Swedish massage. MISS DE VERB. 17 H W. Ohio. Main 8873. T Al LO R SAND~CL EAf\TEHs" CLEANING—PRESSING—REPAIRING (work called fori Gents' suits cleaned and pressed. Ladies’ suits cleaned and pressed. Ail work guaranteed. FLETCHER AVE. GARMENT CLEANERS. 1035 Fletcher ave. Prospect 488. DETECTIVE*. Quigley-Hyland Agency Civil and Criminal Investigators. 526-529 Law bldg. Main 2908. - MALE IfELP—WANTEq ~ BOV, 15 to 17, for bank messen ger; good salary; chance for ad vancement; reference required. INDIANA NATIONAL BANK. BOY All day or after school. TWEIT'S SIGN SHOP. 24 South Illinois street. VOUNG men for work in bread bakery, day and night. Apply TAGGART BAK JNG CO., 18 North New Jersey. CANDY maker and helpers. Apply WILLIAMSON, 541 North East street. MALE HELP—WANTED. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Wa desire the eervicea of two young men over 80 years of age to join our sales force; prefer In experienced men, as we teach you our method, which brings you re sults. Ask for MR. HEINRICH, 913 Merchants Bank Bldg. FOR SALE—TWO GOOD DOWNTOWN PAPER ROUTES. APPLY MR. MOORHEAD. CIRCULA TION DEPT.. INDIANA DAILY TIMES. CALL AFTER 2 O’CLOCK. WANTED—Young man about 20 year* of age as assistant bookkeeper in down town office. Knowledge of typewriting de sired but not absolutely necessary; fair salary to start and good chance for ad vancement to wide awake young wan. Answer In own hand writing. Address A. No. 1643, Times. RIVE WIRE BOY panted to collect small advertis ing accounts. Must have wheel. Good chance to advance. See Mr. Robison, Clasaifled Advertising Dept., Dally Times. WANTED —Good live Lus tier for newspaper; ex perience preferred. Apply Circulation Dept:, Times. WANTED —General factory maintenance man to take full charge; must be ex perienced In steam heating, electric mot ors, refrigeration and general factory up keep. Answer giving age, experience, ref erence and salary expected. Address A No. 1568. Times. WANTED —Young man as weigh master; no experience necessary. Apply in person to timekeeper. BEVERIDGE PAPER CO. W. Pearl and White River. RAILWAY mall decks ere offered 11.80* entrance salary with promotions to *2,8*0. For full particulars and a course of preparation call or write INDIANA CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL. 15T North llU qolh street. Suite 2*7. WANTED—Physician registered in Indi ana; office work; northern part etao: salary and commission. Address A No. 1569. Times. EXPERIENCED MAN to pack and crate furniture. Apply 8 a. m to superintendent. HURST A CO.. 823 West 15th street. MAN to work In creamery. Apply at WEBER MILK CO. PAPERHANOEn" wanted 3034 North Illinois street. NON-UNION plasterers. Call Washing ton 278. " SALESMEN—WANTED. SALESMAN An unusual opportunity is offered to A high-grade man who can approach big business men. The right man can derive a large Income with the opportunity of permarency and dletrlct management, gee Mr. Whitson. 912 Merchants Bank building. SALESMEN This Is a splendid opportunity for energetic salesmen, acquainted with city or surrounding territory, to make a good connection with a live organization. Apply 519 Peo ples Bank bldg. WANTED —Salesman who can sell Ford care; successful applicant to have own car to drive territory; either salary or commission; good opportunity for ad vancement. UNIVERSAL MOTOR COMPANY, Marion. Indiana. EXPERIENCED stock salesmen for first class dividend paying securities of old established Indiana corporation. Cali at room 510 Board of Trade any Tuesday or Wednesday. * INSTRUCTIONS PIANO taught at your home: short method: competent teacher; trial les son free. Belmont 1014/ FEMAL E H ELP—WA NT ED. SEMI-CLERICALS We need several active, aggressive young women with common school edu cation. Also several good work ers for machine work of various kinds. ROCKWOOD MFG. CO. 1801 English Avenue Attractive Employment for Girls Become a telephone operator. You can speedily advance to toll operator, clerical worker, supervisor, assistant chief, chief operator, etc. Hundreds of higher posi tions for those who qualify. Besides, ws pay for your InstrucUon 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 sl6 a week. Ideal working condi tions. Vacations with pay and many other unusual advantages. Apply at main office. Meridian and New York sta Employment desk in lobby. Indiana Bell Telephone Company ADDRESSERS for catalogue wrappers. Applicants with typing experience preferred. HURST A CO., 323 West Fifteenth street. 56 WOMEN to peel tomatoes Take Minnesota car to Churchman Ave. Hagelskamp Bros. & Hagelskamp over 17 for postal matl service, 3136 month; examinations Septembsr; experience unnecessary. For free particu lars write R. TERRY (former civil servloo examiner), 650 Continental bldg., Wash ington, D. C. COMPETENT and experienced maid for cooking and housework; family of four; no laundry nor heavy cleaning; refer ences required. 4303 North Pennsylvania. Washington 3000. EXPERIENCED girl or woman for gen eral houeework; family of three; no children; good home and good wages: ref erences Call Prospect 8074. GIRLS oier 16; upstairs over 45* South Meridian street. HONEY DEW BUT TER SCOTCH CO. WAITRESSES, white, for hotel dining room. \fiPENCER HOTEL, Marion. Ind. GIRL to clerk In grocery. SANOERF .fc QREENWBLL, 8139 Prospect, pros. 1773. GIRLS In ruling department; steady posi tion. C. P. LESH PAPER CO. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. SEPTEMBER CLEARANCE SALE of RECONSTRUCTED CARS It’s the BIG CHANCE to get the right kind of used car at a LOW PRICE Every car of reliable quality and well fin ished, because each one is completely recon structed in our own shops. To reduce our stocks we are making sweeping concessions in price. It’s the big chance. 1920 Davis coupe, resin- 1 ished dark blue with cream wheels. This car is equipped with Kelly- Springfield cord tires. Looks and runs like new. Price $2,000. 1919 Cole Aero 8, refiD ished cherry red; equipped with four brand new cord tires and one spare. Price, $2,250. 1918 Mitchell 6 touring car, refinished dark green with cream wheels. This car is in elegant condition. Price, $985. 1917 Cole 8 touring car, refinished dark green with cream wheels. This car is in elegant shape, equipped with five cord tires. Price, $1,150. 1920 Maxwell touring, refinished \apier green; tires all good. Price, $895. 1917 Chalmerß 6 tour ing, refinished Napier green; has new ton and curtains. Is a wonder ful buy at $975. 1918 Maxwell roadster. Refinished dark green with cream wheels. This car has brand new top. Price, $625. 1916 Overland 6 souring car, equipped with six good tires, almost new top; in elegant condi tion. Price, $550. Terms if desired. latkmea 418-24 N. Capitol ave. “It pays to see us before buying.” CLOSED . Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 13 and 14 on account of holidays Open for business .Wednesday morning INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO. 518 N. Capitol ave. "forljsed" CAR BARGAINS. .Down payment. Allen, 1818 touring 8326.00 Overland “90,” touring 250.0# Maxwell touring, 1917 150.00 Maxwell touring. 1919 335.00 Reo touring, extra winter top. . 276.00 Empire touring 150.00 Chevrolet F. A, roadster 800.00 All cars havs been thoroughly over hauled and placed in good mechanical condition. MASTER MOTORS COMPANY 431 N. Capitol avenue. Main 647. Auto. 25-133. Open Sunday Morning. 1919 MAXWELL TOUR Looks and runs like new. A real buy at $625. THE MOTOR MART. 140 N. Delaware. Main 1984. Open Evenings and Sunday. CHEVROLET F. A. touring; new top. You will get a bargain In this car at half price. DIETZ-JAMES. 384 East Market street. Main 5718. MONROE touring; winter top; brand new just came from the factory; list price on this car. 81.775; our price, 81,375 510 N. Delaware, ~1918 DORT CHUMMY - " Chummy rdadster. In A-l shape; new tires, nsw paint; looks like new and priced to sell. THE MOTOR MART 140 N. Delaware. Main 1984. Open evenings and Sunday. IF YOU want a cat* that rides like a PulT man and will climb Mt. Rubldaux, call Main 4114. Mr. Counts. with W. L. Bridges. Evenings, call North 6135. BEE us for bargain In used cars. DICKEY MOTOR SALES CO., King distributors. 1027 North Meridian street. OAKLAND roadeter, 1118 model; refill- Hiked, $859. 519 N. Delaware. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,1920. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. imSis Cadillac Coupe Model 66, Victoria, Jut recent ly overhauled and repainted. Packard Sedan 111* model, equipped with Weatlnghoune shock absorbers, Just repainted. Hudson Sport Model 1219. Exceptionally good condition; Just repainted. Hudson Sedan 1118 model. An excellent op- Sortunlty to buy a car of this Ind that Is mechanically right and has Just been refinished. Packard Twin Six Seven-passenger touring oar*, exceptloally good mechanical condition; repainted and equipped with good tires. Cole Aero Eight I#2o modal, practically new, paaoanger touring; car equipped with solid whaslAt carries extra wheel and tire as spare. Kissel Sedan 1116; Just repainted; In good running condition. Mitchell Touring 1117 model; excellent mechan ical condition; good paint; bar gain price. National Sedan 1915; Just repainted; In good running condition. Note In addition to the car* listed above we have some exception al values In other makes that will warrant your inspection. All these cars are In condition to give you service. and have been repainted. We Invite you to call and inspect these cars. Nordyke & Marmon Cos. l<ec*t Branch. Ilth and Mertdaln sts. 1918 FORD COUPE Electric llghta and etarter; good tlree; good paint All up In good chape; 8675. THE MOTOR MART. 149 N. Delaware. Main 1984. Oppoelte Pubilo Market. CHEVROLET 4-90 TOI’IL 1919 model In good shape; priced espe cially at 8475. THE MOTOR MART. .40 N. Delaware. Main 1914. Oppoalte Pub 11c Market. 1918 LEXINGTONTOURINQ Good paint. A-l shape. THE MOTOR MART 140 North Delaware. Main 1994. Opp. Public Market. IF YOU are In the market for a good ueed car belter see our line first. DIETZ-J AMES. 934 Eaet Market etreet. Main 5710. EMPIRE 4*. touring; good lire* end paint; mechanically perfect; bargain. PIETZ-JAMKB, 334 E. Market. Main 6710 CHEVROLET “4 90'* touring; good tires. Tour own terma If desired DIETZ JAMEfI. 334 East Market. Main 5710. OAKLAND touring; lateat model; run leaa than 1,000 mllee. 510 N. Delaware at. OVERLAND 13 touring, good oondltlnn. will trade for a good lot east. OWNER, North 287 L OAKLAND touring; latest model; run lean than 1,000 miles. 610 N. Delaware at. MAXWELL touring, 1*18; In excellent condition. <lO N. Delaware. OVERLAND ~ tourln*r 86-4; 191* modeT, 8000, 81* N. Delaware. AUTOMOBILES—WANTED. s^wweeAeeeeeeeo>wsseoee.vwvw^ WANTED AUTOMOBILES. I*o CARS AT ONCE. LARGEST BUYERS AND SELLERS OF USED CARS IN THE STATE. INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS AND TIRE COMPANY. 618 N. CAPITOL. MAIN 2038. AUTO. 22-019. AUTOS WANTED We pay high cash prices for used cars. No delay. Quiek k action. AUTOMOBILE TRADING CO. 655 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 pay caeh. No delay for your money. It le here for you. Come In or call. I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos. 019 N. Illinois et. Main 1579. Auto. 22-063. We also buy Junk cars. UPRIGHT piano and SIOO for Ford truck or touring car; no Junk wanted. Pros pect 6448. AUTOS AND TRUCKS FOR HiHB AUTOS FOR RENT—Do your own driv ing. U-Drive Auto Service at Uooaler Laundry. Rear Keith’s -theater. Main 5921. DON’T GRIEVE. If you really want it back, insert a small ad In the “Lost and Found” col umns of The Times and Ml will soon be returned. Phene Main 8500. Auto. 88-361. AUTO REPAIRS AND SUPPLIEB. \ , We are in position to handle a > few high grade automobile painting jobs. LOCAL BRANCH NORDYKE & MARMON CO. Meridian at 11th st. Main 1884. s AUTO WASHING Our Specialty, 322-334 North Illinois S & S Auto Laundry NEW batteries for any car; rebuilt bat teries at bargain prloes. BATTERY DISTRIBUTING COMPANY. 607 Massa chusetts. Open until 9 p. m. Alain 3146.. ONE-MAN auto tops, side curtains, seat and radiator covers. PERFECTION AUTO TOP CO.. 1107 Udell street. North 646. _ MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES. EVANS LIGHTWEIGHT Motorcycles, $150.00 MERZ MOTOR CO., HARLEY-DAVIDSON Motorcycles and Bicycles Johnson Motor Wheels ERNEST HUGHES Av * Mala 404. CASH paid for all kinds of inotorcycl®*. KleO'l D PETERMAN, £OO Massacbu sett* avenue. RE AL ESTATE—FOR SALE. $500.00 Down and 236 per month buys a good double, six rooms to a side, elec trio lights, gas. city water and cls’ern; corner lot 40x120. Street cars pass the door. Near Tucker ft Dorsey’s shop. This Is a bar gain. For appointment call B. R. Meredith, Realtor. Appel, Inc. Main 995 Auto. 28-995. Evenings, call Woodruff 7959. "fVj& 'i~s —. I have five cottagas of i U 1 j, four rooms each, also a I 'V3*s~!niL/ ! double of four rooms a "w. ■ J ' r side near West Michigan car line; *2.000 for the double. *2OO down. *2O per month. The cottages are *1.(00. *2OO down and |;o per month. These houses are practically new and are worth the money. Why pay rent? GEO. A. LUCAS, 403 Peoples Bank bldg. Auto. 81-172; Circle *6OO. Double, Southeast SSOO Down. sdo Per Month Fletcher ave., five roome to tide, with gaa for light* and cooking; city water In yard; '-Intern; garage for one aide; houte In good repair, price. $3,509. STATE SAVINGS AND TRUST CO., Main 4517 - EAST Double five room is to t M4#, (as for cooking and lighting: city water; newly painted and decorated; $3,200, S4OO cash and balance easy terme. See Mr. Mclnteer, with I. N. Ritchie & Son Main 630. ISI E. Ma-ket st. Irvington 3697 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION] ’ And priced right: a dandy new mod ern 6-room bungalow, basement 36x30; finished floors. Improved street, |SOO caaa and S4O per month W L. BRIDGES. B*o-9 K of P. B.dg Main 4114. Evening*. Woodruff 7319. ~~ S9OO CASH. ’ Balance by month, buys small cozy cot tage. near E Tenth and Brook elds car lines. Improved street; house new!; paint ed . hae electric lights gas and water. Possession soon; property is in good con dition and Weil located. J. C. PRICE CO. 523 People’s Bank bldg. Maln_l2Sß. Double Southeast SSOO Down, S3O per Month Fletcher ave., five rooms to side, with gas for lights and cooking; city water in yard; cistern; garage for one side; house in good repair: price $3,690. STATE HAVINGS AND TRUST CO, Main 4 6^1 7. Residence. Belmont 3937. EAST WASHINGTON ST. LOTS. Irvington lots, north side of Washing ton etreet. Rldgeview drive; 40x140 feet; price $090; payments. W. H. COOPER St CO. 630 Lemcke bldg BEAUTIFUL high, large level let. halt square of Maple road boulevard (98th et->, only two square* southeast of fair grounds Fin# Investment or building stts. Will sell to good party on easy payment' $lO oaab, $1.50 weekly. Pries only $635. Oet bu Vnnsx. Msln 140. DOUBLE on payments, northeaat; $509 caeh. balance like rent; tour rooms each side; gas. city water; newly painted; first class condition. RUBS HI H. HARTMAN. 124 N. Delaware, ' EAST.' Fix-room modern on Tuxedo street, north of Tenth. $5,259; $1,650 cash. $35 per month. W. L. BRIDGES, S-ROOM cottage. North Holmes ave. 8- room house and connected. West 10th st. PrU- right. MARTIN M. MO RONEY, 260 L eat Michigan st. Bell 1001. __ Jj _ FOR SALE- Good '"''ace on Sturm ave nue; nice neighborhood; east end; non modern: price $2,000. BRANDON & JAMESON. Main 0799. _ 127 N. Delaware et. A NEW neverWccupled bungalow located near Thlrty-flghth street blvd.; hae five rooms and breakfast room; hardwood finora; built-in features, fine wooded lot; garage. Washington 1079 A SPLENDID six room modern home lo cated on E. Twenty-fourth et., near 'College; hardwood floors, built In features? a good home; reasonable price and terma Washington 1079. BIX-ROOM modern on Indiana ave.; also 4 rooms on rear; price $4,509; S6OO cash, SSO per month. CAPITOL REALTY CO. Main 2874 _ _ A DANDY alx-room modern home; good location, big lot. only $5,000 If sold within ton days; reasonable terma. Wash ington 1079. A NEW never occupied colonial home; strictly modern; big lot; choice loca tion north; very liberal terms. Waah lngton 1079. I HAVE all kinds of homes on south side; singles and doubles. Cash or payments. Call Prospect 6184 after 4 p. m. SEVEN -RGO M modern, SBOO down, bal ance like rent. Call E. B. IIOLTAM, Prospect 771. FIVE-ROOM modern home for sale, SB,OOO If sold at once. 1408 South Harding street. _ A FINE eight -room strictly modern homo on CHrrollton avo; hullt-ln features; big; lot. Washington 1079. TndianaT tkust Cos. Sells real collects rent, writs# Are 1 nsurance. EIGHT rooms modern, north; Talbot ave nue, $6,500. A. F. ZAINBY, 149 Eaat Market street. IF LOOKING for a good home *h well a a real Investment. Call Washington 1079. ■ , HOME*) on payments. HLOODWORTH & FLOOD. 620 Peoples Bank. Circle 382. SIX-ROOM house for sale; In good repair. Call Brospect 6217. "REAL E6TATE—WANTEDi~~~ WANTED—A good home by a party who can pay cash. Must have home by Oct. 15. Give name and address and I will gladly call and look at your prop erty. Address A No. 1670, Timas. WILL TRADE my Stephens 1919 touring as first payment on a five or six-room modern house. Main 2246. int beat bargains in automobiles are Meted under Automobiles and Supplies tn The Times Want Ad column*. REAL ESTATE—SUBURBAN. leeeecvwvvvseeewvvvvvvvvee* -eeee LARGE, beautiful lots in Wayne park. Just off of West Washington street, which la bs’.ng paved; $1 down, $1 week. Will take you. out in our automobile at your convenience. OSCAR LEO. 1008 City Trust. Main 916. > REAL ESTATE—BALE OR TRADE. FOR SALE or trade, %-acre lot In Edge wood. 2 squarea from car line; 2)9 squares from good school house, as first payment on a 5 or 8-room cottage. Call Prospect 3347. FARMS—-FOR SALE. ARKANSAS stock farm for sale to cloee estate; 463 acres, over *IO,OOO Improve ments.' two houses, etc.; adjoins live Drew county seat; *45,800. bargain; would consider subdividing Into two or three parts; two Improved clear farme; 204 acres, (8,000; 195 acres, *4,876 cash; bar gains, fine, level eoll, good climate. Ad dress R. M. GILMER, 6644 Harper ave., Chicago, 111. LANDOLOGY, special number. Just out containing 1920 facts of Clover Land In Marinette county, Wisconsin. If for a home or as an Investment you are thinking of buying good farm lands where farmers grow rich, send at once for this special number of LANDOLOGY. it is free on request. Address SKID MORE-RIEHLE LAND COMPANY. 113 Skldmore-Rlehle bldg., Marinette, Wls. ioo ACRES In Owen county, five miles from Freedom, Ind., and nine miles from county seat; good barn and house; crops In; dandy orchard w th about 200 bushels of good winter apples. Will make a dandy stock/farm; price, *8.000; cash, *2.000, balance to be paid within two years. No Interest first Call Irv ington *BO3 or address JaMBB A. WIL SON. 501 Riley avenue. FOR SALE—Thlrty-elx acre*, 3V9 miles west of Martinsville; two room house, barn, 2 hen houses. 3 horses, age 10 and 11; 100 spring chickens; some growing corn; some late peaches and applee. For quick sale. 11.800; terms. cash *l.lOO. Martinsville, Ind. G. W. HILL. R. R. 4, box 24. ___________________ TWO 100- acre farms; 50 acres bottom on each farm; *35 per acre. Sixty-acre farm. *1.200. Thirty acres. 35 bottom. *2.500. Thirty-four acres, *900; buildings. D. AUMAN, Nineveh, Ind.. R. L ____ 103-ACRKB four miles south of Kalamasoo, level sand clay loam, all plowed. 2 barns, cement silo, 7-room house, *10,300; part cash. Owner lost a leg. CHAB. H. PALMER, 815 N. Burdick, ICalamaaoo. Mich. MISCELLANEOUS— FOR SALE. Match Your Coat y 4“ \ with a pair of / I 1 j TROUSERS 1 J J / THE PANTS \I / / STORE CO. 11l I Two Stores ill A 48 w. Ohio. ki U. 3 110 E. Market. §F %3 Close 6 P. M. Saturday 9 P. M. Quit Wearing Ready-Made rare jo Wo make them t O W your measure for LEON TAILORING CO. 131 K. NEW I'uUK, Up_on* filghL BOILER; will heat large gerege or green house. GEORGE CRIDER. 1199 Brad bury. FOR SALE—Walnut, oak and poplar tim ber. J. M. GRENARD, Brownsburg. Ind. NEW tin cans for canning: 50c dosen. 1009 Spruce street. Proepect I*o9. MISCELLANEOUS—-W ANT EpT~ Attention We need al! ktnds of furniture, and need it now. We have the largeet and beat rated used goods store tn this etets. Cell our buyer and get what your goods are worth. Baker Bros. Auto, *9-161. Main 1494. LEW SHANK pay. best prices in city for household goods and fixtures of ell kinds. 137 North New Jer#ey_ MalnJOl*. TYPEWRITER warned. Give description, price, etc. P. O. box 1911, Indianapolis. _._ H<OUBEHOLP QOOPS ’ A ADVICE when to buy a stove If you wanted A GOOD STOVE, A GUARANTEED STOVE, A FINE-LOOKING STOVE. A STOVE TO HEAT THE ROOMB OR TO BAKE TOUR GOOD BREAD OR PASTRY. FOR AS LITTLE MONEY AH POSSIBLE. THEN OO TO THE STORE THAT IS WELL KNOWN rOR GOOD TREATMENT AND NEVER MIS REPRESENTING THEIR MERCHAN DISE FOR LESS MONET IN THE CITY. GLAZER 444 F. Washington. STOVES OF ALL LEADING MAKES 70 IN AUGUST What will it be In November? Ihroet kills the uncovered flower* end plants that defy blm. Winter will chill the men who neglects to buy his stove early. You wouldn't start on a trip without an extra tire. Don’t let winter find you without stovea. Be wise. Buy new. All standard makes—low prices — ssaall down payments— easy terms; Baker Bros. 219-826 E. Washington st. WE WANT TO BUT good furniture, ruga offloe and store fix tures We pay mere than other dealers Cell Cooperider. USED GOODS STORE. Main 1838. STOVES We have them, the bsat used heatsrs on sale at the least cost. Florence Hot blast and al) leading makes, about 899 to choose from; also gas ranges, hot plate*, oil cookers, oil heaters, cook stoves and range*, at almost half tho cost of new. See u* before you buy. W* also carry everything In the furniture line. Terms to suit purchaser. KROOT St KROOT, 099 W. Washington, GOOD USED RUGS. We havs the largest selection in Indi anapolis of high-grads used rugs; ail sixes, at prices that will please you. USED GOODS STORK. 414 Masaachusets avs. MAHOGANY bedroom suits, pedestal, sewing machine, gas range. Irv. B*9l. MUSICAL IN9TRUM ENTS. PIANOS AND PLAYER PIANOS FOR SALE of the world's best make. Payments as low as $3 per week. Robertson Music House Saves you money. Located out of the high-rent dlstrtct. 423 Massachusetts avs. $650 SOLO CONCERTO PLAYER With bench and 12 rolls of music, anni versary sale price, $487.50 See or phone Mr. Grey at PEARSON PIANO CO. 138 N. Penna. Main 1899. Knabe Upright Piano Like new; new price, $1,150.00; our pries, $395.00; easy payments. E. L. Lennox Piano Cos. 10 N. Meridian st. UPRIGHT piano and slo# for Ford truck or touring car; no Junk wanted. Pros pect 5448. BEGINNERS' violins, mandolins, guitars; baisslns. TUTTLE. 201 Indian* Ave. FINE player piano, s4* down and $4 per\ week. North 4225. ONE *GRA ND PIANO cße&p ;~cash. 689 Russell avenus. COAL AND WOOD FOR •ALE. ILLINOIS LUMP $lO. v* L. 11. BAIN COAL Oil Main 2151. Main 85*T_ PET STOCK AND POULTRY. PERSIAN cats and kittens. Woodruff 2518, 1281 Oiney st. CHICKENS for sale, Cali Prospect 6JIT. WHEN patronizing these advertisers raeu tlon The Time* WHY 'WORRY ? " LET a Times Wat ad sell U for you. BUBINEBS CHANCES. ft- t Mi, SERVICE. IbSTOJ Repairing, adjusting by ill \TO experts who know how, r for all sewing machines. aEsU-. SA Hemstitching vhlle you wait. 10c per yard. WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO., Main 600. Auto. *5-216. 312 Mass. Ave. IDEAL PLACE for a grocery; 5 large rooms; gas; large lot; good barn and large store room. Price *3,700; *600; *26 a month. STATE SAVINGS AND TRUST CO. Main 4617. Residence. Belmont 20*7. _. "FEATHERS Bought, sold, renovated, mattresses and pillows mads to order. E. F. BURKLE. 416 Maes. ave. Main 1428. New 23-775. MEN and ladles to learn barber trade. TRI-CITY BARBER COLLEGE. 309 E. Washington st., Indianapolis, Ind. Circle 757. LIVE BTOCKANDVEHICLE£t7~ HORSE. WAGON and harness. 250 Sher man drive. AUCTIONS. $3,500 stock fOt groceries and shirts, overalls and miscellaneous lot of wearing apparel from co-operative store. Also very flue PLAYER PIANO burnt mahogany case; brass beds, mAt tresses and springs; oak chiffoniers, drsasers, twenty-five 9x13 rugs, kitchen cabinets of all 'kinds, three-piece ma mogany parlor set. mahogany library ta ble, one upright piano, cook stoves, coal oil stoves, bed clothing, linoleum, thirty leather,sested dining chairs, odd rock srs of sll kinds. Iron beds, mattresses and springs, center stands. In fact every thing used for housekeeping. This Is go ing to be one of our biggest sales. Thurs day morning, Sept. 16, 1920, commencing promptly at 9 a. m. At our auction rooms, 227-229 North New Jerrey. Lew Shank Roy Wright AUCTIONEERS. Main 2028. TRANBFER AND STORAGE. MOVE BY RED BALL TRANSIT. REMEMBER-—WE INSURE YOUR LOAD. We move anything—any time—anywhere. Some prices we can quote on five day booking. Indianapolis to or from. Chi cago. *128; Detroit. $150; Cincinnati. *BS; Louisville, *BS; Akron. 0.. *200; Ft. Wayne. *B6. Ask us for prices to other points. Call Main 4681 before you move. We can save you money. RED BALL TRANSIT CO., /Ttf\ 7 WC\ Ts storage cheapest // \Vy Rates in citt. call // 1 \f US. Everything at roa- H j eonable price. Packed. U/( I U shipped anywhere. vybVt? u Locked room If deMred. *# West Henry Main 4599. CALL SHANK for the nee; service la hauling, packing, shipping end • yrag. 997-99* North New Jeraay Bt. Main 2029 7 "~ FINANCIAL. Use Our Service OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US SIOO-s2oo—s3oo Investigate our easy-to-pay Twenty-Payment Plan Loans. Cet 869. pay back 82-59 a month. Get *IOO, ” ” *5.00 ’’ " With lntereet st S>* per cent a month. Pay faster if you like leee cost. For example: Pay a SSO loan in full In One Month. TOTAL COST *1.75 On Furniture. Pianos Vlctrolaa. etc., without removal. ALSO ON DIAMONDS. ETC. Call, phone or write. Indiana Collateral Loan Cos. (Bonded Lenders) ESTABLISHED I**7. 391 LOMBARD BUILDING. 24 H EAST WASHINGTON ST. Mat. 7 3236. Auto. 26-734. _J_ We Have it Money on personal property. If yon are keeping house and have furniture, plans Vlctrola or auto, see us for finan cial assistance. Quick service, courteous treatment. Ask us about terms on SSO, SIOO, S2OO or S3OO You don't hsvs to give an excuse or reason for borrowing money. That is our business. We are under state super vision and will give you the lowest legal rate. State Loan Cos, 305 Odd Fellow Bldg. Cor. Penn, and Wash. Sts Phones: Main 4619, New 21-629, Lg^S^^^^MONDS Burton Jewelry Cos. 69 Monument Place. WE 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 INSURANCE InfaH branohes. AUBREY D. PORTER, 816 Peoples Bank Bldg. Main 7049. FIRST and second mortgages on Indiana and Indianapolis real estate R. B. WIL SON. 198 N. Delaware at. Main 1618. THE shortest distance between two wants Is a Times Want ad. Your customers vm them. Why don’t you? LETTER CARRIER TESTS SATURDAY Many Other Jobs on Schedule of U. S. Examinations. Arrangements are being rands to hold a civil ervtc examination for clerk carriers In the local postofflco on Satur day, Oct. 2. Applicants must be more than 18 years of age, must weigh more than 125 pounds and must bo over 5 feet 4 inches In height. The salary ranges from $1,400 to SI,BOO a year. Examinations for stenographer-typists for positions In Washington, D. are being conducted frequently, according to R. F. Stewart, secretary of the civil serv ice board. A recent order from Washington ex cludes typists and orders that the typists ' already holding positions must learn stenography. Salaries for stenographer-typists’ posi tions range from $l,lOO to $1,420 a year. Examinations for professional, scien tific and other technical positions will be held at early dates. Applicants for the position of tariff examiner, paying $1,620 annually, will be held Sept. 22. Experience as a tariff clerk Is a pre requisite to the examination. Experienced persons are also wanted for positions of examiners of accounts under the Interstate commerce commis sion, scientific assistant, Investigators and assistants In fmlt and vegetable market ing and grain samplers. CAN YOU AID IN ANY OF THESE? American Legion Seeks Trace of Lost Soldiers. The American legion Is seeking Infor mation regarding the following additional list of mysteries of the war: Robert Roy Brown, Company A, 137th infantry, last seen Sept. 28, 1318, when, although wounded, he left cover to carry water to h!s brother, who also wai wounded and suffering. Any information concerning his fate asked by his mother, S. Brown, Route 3, Kingman, Kas.\ William H. Walker, Company B, 303 th infantry, variously reported killed, wounded cr missing. Conflicting report! lead relatives to believe he is alive. Ad dress father, William H. Walker, 175 Van Buren street, Passaic, N. Y. Frank Osborne Moore, private Com pany —, 147th Infantry, reported wound ed Sept. 23, 1918. No other word. Fathei inquires. Address George F. Moore, Route 1, Somersworth, N. H. Charles George Miller, Company I, 101st infantry, last seen in'actlon at Belleau Wood, Juno 23, 1918. Reported missing. Write R. E. K. Mumma, Payne, O. John Francis Derby, private Company K, 140th iufantry, reported missing Sept. 30, 1918. Records show he was wounded day before. Mother seeks word. Address Mrs. John Derby, Frontenac, Kas. Charles John August, Company E, 362d infantry, reported bur'fd No. 5, 1918. Family has no news of cause of death. Wiite sister, Mrs. W. F. Wetzel, 17 Man ning street, Oil City, Pa. Robert G. Butcher, second lieutenant, Company D, 7th infantry, now a lawyer in Petersburg, Va., wants the name oi the sergeant who at the risk of his own life, saved Butcher's by helping him to cover when that officer was seriously wounded In the attack on the fortified chateau of LeCharmel, July 27, 1918. Charles Ezra Miller, private, Company F, 16th Infantry, wounded and missing at Solssons July 20, 1918. Write sister, Ber nice Miller, 708 West Third street, Ana conda. Moni. Carle LaFazia, private. Company L, 16th Infantry, wounded In Argonne, unofficially reported died on Armistice day. Father wishes word. Write Domenico LaFasia, 573 Douglas avenue. Providence, R. I. John G. Bureeb, private Company A, 102nd infantry, reported killed Sept 13, 1918; reported missing, Sept. 26; reported killed, Oct, 13. Write M. O. Hanzlik, commander Cedar Rapids post, American legion, Higley building. Cedar Rapids, la., who will notify family. Scrapp W. Jones, private. Sixty-sev enth company, Sixth marines, wounded at Belleau wood, killed in Argonne. Father asks particulars. Write Walter H. Jones, Frederlcktown, Mo. Carl C. Dunham, Company A, 28th In fantry, reported missing In Solssons at tack. July 18, 1918; later reported killed' Father desires word from any one who knew him. Write S. W. Dunham. Adna, Wash. Herman K. Rathwiscb, Company H, 26th infantry, reported missing In Ar gonne and “supposed” to have been burled Oct. 4, 1915.' Mother asks word. Address Mrs. H. Rathwiscb, 1513 Christy street, Louisville, Ky. Martin G. Hsugse, Company C, 165th infantry, automatic riße gunner, killed ar his gun in Forty-second division at tack on St. George's farm. Oct. 15, 1918. Pather asks word from his son’s com rades. Write A. N. Haugse, Garretson, N. D. Owen Victor Carr, private. Company G, 347th infantry, reported died on transport en ronte to France. Mother desires to hear from any one who can tell her of the last illness and death of her boy. Write Mrs. W. H. Carr, 84 East Russell street, Columbus, O. Marriage Licenses Edward Courtney. Northville, Ky 45 Katie Sklles, 511 Birdie ave 41 Carl Simmons. 209 N. Noble st 28 Agnes Falvey, 1118 Bates st 13 Rky Thrall. 345 N. East st 23 Elizabeth Barlow, 1633 Hall place.... 19 Horace Nordyke, 2SSG College are.... 34 Josephine Horne, 1835 N. Pennsylvania 22 William H. Jackson. Chicago. 11l 24 Sarah Davis. 048 Russell ave 20 Charles Hamilton. 1331 N. Senate ave. 25 May Roberson. 1439 N. Senate ave.... 20 George Grubbs. 805 Arbor ave 22 Gertrude Robbins. 805 Arbor ave 29 Jessie Panders. 2049 Alvord st 43 Isabel Galey, 2039 Alvord st 20 Forrest Sarver. 811 Arbor ave 21 Ethel Penrose. 1055 River ave 18 Clyde Svester. 157 West Pratt 31 Elizabeth Or.drey, Claypool hotel 18 Edward Osterhoge, Washington hotel. 6.1 May Smith. Washington hotel 41! Matthew Steiner. 26 N. Riley et 53 Elizabeth Steele, IS9 N. Lasalte st 83 William Brooks, 21* Concordia st 19 Bernice McClain, Lawrenceburg, Ind.. 20 Delphia Chance. 527 S. West st 19 Alma Lyle, 314 N. Delaware et 21 Julius Kell, 185# Hollaway st 27 Flora Kelsey, 649 E. Pratt et 18 Harry Cantrell, 231 Allegheny st *7 Ella Hicks, 231 Allegheny st 38 Walter Titus, IS N. Sherman drive.... 34 Ella Gildersleeve, 126 W. Walnut st... 21 Levi Pedigo, 15*1 N. Capitol ave 47 May Gaudlng, 974 Udell st 39 Clarence Crooker, Indianapolis........ 43 Vina Eccler, 920 Lynn st 24 James Hannan Butler. Indianapolis... 26 Edith Guartney, Indianapolis......... 26 Births Sam and Josephine Da Lucca, 628 War saw, boy. John and Mildred legrlgg, Silt Colum bia, girl. Charles and Minnie Meadows, 616 Birch, girl. Lewis and Bessa Snider, St. Vlnvent's hospital, boy. James and Rose Jones, 11 Jefferson, girl. Carl and Elsie Hayslett, £llß Broadway, boy. Albert and Tresy Suhr, 2440 Plymouth, girl. John and Melva Hatfield, 1212 Eugene, girl. Carl and Bertha Elliott, 620 E. Twenty third, girl. Clalence and Mabel Hess, St. Vincent's \ hospital, girl/ / Carl and Agnes Dleteuch, St. Vincent's hospital, girl. Harry and Bertha Vernon, 6814 Beech wood. girl. Perry and Virginia Turner, 1805 N. Bal mont. girl. Walter and Emma Hervey, 2603 Shelby, boy. Grover and Katherine Boyl, 1424 Cruft, rfrl. Charles and Elma Dongus, 1509 Barth, girl. William and Anna Bunch. 815 Elm. boy. Everett and Goldie Pickard, 244" E: Washington, boy. George and Elizabeth Deardorff, ISO W. Eighteenth, boy. Albert and Edith List, 334 S. Hamilton, girl. Jude and Dora Stonehouse, 423 N, Ketcham. boy. Jackson ad Marie Halsworth, 17 W. Pleasant Run drive, boy. Irving and Grace Miller, 818 Wright, girl. Deaths Loretta Bailey, 66, City Hospital, car cinoma. Jacob Bohlinger. 65, 102 S. Sheffield, chronic endocarditis. Albert L. Neeveamer, 68, 1840 N. Tal bott. apoplexy. Charles Groom, 37, 642 Coffee, perito nitis. Harvey S. Simona, 70, City Hospital, pulmonary coedema. William Dorsey, 92, 2619 W. Ohio, apoplexy. * August M. Miller, 61. 756 West Thirty eighth. cerebral hemorrhage. Yetta Schoenfeld, 93. 2136 N. Talbott, carcinoma. Jack Boecigalupe, 34, Central Indiana Hospital, paresis. Mary Huff Carter. 28, Methodist Hospi tal. lobar pneumonia. Amelia Root. 76, 137 West Nineteenth, arterlo sclerosis. Cloyce Edward McCoy, 7, 2921 E. Michi gan. statue lymphaticus. Thomas Hemmer, 9, City Hospital, Ludwig angina. Wesley Howard. 69, City Hospital, chronic parenchymateua nephritis. Sadie Woodmanaee, 72, 2536 Boulevard place, epithelioma. Elizabeth Ellis. 82. 1140 BouievaOf place, chronlo myocarditis.