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INDIANA DAILY TIMES 16-!* S. Meridian St. P HON E S—CL ASSIFI £D ADV. DEPT. Main *• Automatic 21-161 RATES. On* time 09 per Itno Thro* consecutive times... .0* per Un* Six consecutive times 07 por Un* Mai* or female help wanted, situa tion wanted, male or female; rooms to let and board and rooms wan'ed — One time per line Three consecutive times.. .97 per Un* 3lx consevutlve times 9* per Un* Contract rates on application. Least notices 09 per Un* Lodges and club notices ...76c per Insertion Church notices (1 Inch or less) 5Cc per Insertion Over 1 inch. .07 per line additional. Death notices, *sc per Insertion. The Business Office closes at > p. m. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. - V~vv George Grinsteiner Funeral director. 622 East Market. Old Rnone Main 90S. New Phone. a7 M. Ragsdale, J. Walsh Price, John Paul Ragsdale. A. M. RAGSDALE CO. 323 North Delaware street. J. C. WILSON 1230 Prospect. Auto. 51-671. Prospect 322. FUNERAL - DIRECTORS — WU. E. KRIEGER, New 21-164. Mein 1454. 1403 N. Illinois. UNDERTAKERS. W. T. BLASENGYM 1635 Shelby st. Pros. 2570. Auto. 51-114. UNDERTAKERS —HISEY & TITUS. 951 North Del. New 26-661. Main 3630. DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICES. KIRKHOFF. MAXINE ELY—Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klrkhoff of 421 Union ave., Southport. Ind., died Sept. 12, age 17 years 11 months 24 days. Funeral Sept. 15 at residence. 10 a. m., at South port church 10:30 a m. Interment In New Palestine cemetery. POWELL. ETTA lONE—Wife of John Powell, died Sept. 13. 1920. Funeral at residence. 2455 Broadway, Wednesday aft ernoon. Sept. 15. at 1:30. Friends Invited. Burial Crown Hill. WATTS. AARON H.—Passed away Sept. 13, 1920 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Eva Mayhew, 1138 W. Thirty-first street. Funeral Wednesday 2 p. m. Burial Crown Hill. Friends invited. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—Cameo ring, Sunday morning on Palmer street between Union and Madison. Very valuable keepsake. E. M. JOHANNES. Prospect 451. Reward. LOST—Ey delivery man in southeast part of city, about S6OO in currency and checks in clack billfold; loser’s name ln- Btde. Suitable reward. Call Main 5422. 49 South Delaware. MISSING FRIENDS and relatives traced everywhere; no criminals looked for. Call Main 6947. or write lost agent, IS Baldwin block. Indianapolis. Ind. FOUNJ>—Hut, lady's, on road about four miles west of NoblesviUe, Sundav, Aug. 29. Circle 6172. Auto._:4-497. LOST—Pocketbook. either on English ave nue car or Shelby street roundhouse. Belmont 1729. Reward. NOTICES. SIO.OO REWARD for information leading 1 to my renting a modern four or five- , room double, duplex or apartment, north or eai t; not over S6O; no children. Cali Circle 3046. j HOUSES—FOR LEASE. WILL lease 6-room modern well fur- I nlshed home on North Delaware street from October until May; reference re quired. C7a.il North 6252. ROOMS—TO LET. ~~ ST. CLAIR, 315 E.; furnished room for gentleman; private modern home; wa!k ing distance; $4.25 week. Main 7894. MODERN room with alcove. In walking distance, for gentleman or couple em ployed. Circle 3364. SHELBY st., 2535; furnished sleeping room; strictly modern; near Garfield park. Prospect 5114. LARGE front room ar.d kitchenette for light housekeeping. 116 West St. Clair street. Circle 6723. FURNISHED light housekeeping modern rooms. 345 North Meridian. Circle 3633. TWO or three unfurnished room* for rent," i heat not furnished. 3819 Boulevard place. ROOM in strictly modern apartment, for two gentlemen; walking distance. Main I 6151. UNFURNISHED room in private home, modern. Call Main 1859. MODERN room, private home, gentle men. Woodruff 3757. BOARD AND ROOMS—TQ LET. ROOM and board for two men; walking: dlstance : 213 East Walnut. ROOMS—WANTED. WANTED—One or two rooms with kitchenette by young married couple, unfurnished. Walking distance desired. Call North 8725. Best references fur nished. MALE heIp—WANTED. SANDCUTTEBS COLORED Two experienced men wanted to cut sand at night, must be de pendable. Apply to Mr. Kim mick. RO<7K\VOOD MFG. CO. English ave. and Big 4. LIVE WIRE BOY wanted to collect small advertis ing accounts. Must have wheel. Good chance to advance. See Mr. Robison. Classified Advertising Dept., Dally Times. EXPERIENCED WIN DOW WASHER; NONE OTHER NEED APPLY; WHITE. APPLY CITY HOSPITAL. BOY. 15 to 17, for bank messen ger; good salary; chance far ad vancement; reference required. INDIANA NATIONAL BANK. GENTLEMEN What others can do. so can you; other men ars making double Incomes since be coming connected with me. as either full or part time workers. For full particulars write at once to the address given below; all correspondence treated strictly confl dentlal. Address A N*. 1671. Times. RAILWAY mall decks are offered sl,(o* entrance salary with promotions to $2.(00. For full parUculars and a coarse of preparation call or write INDIANA CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL. 157 North fiM nois street. Suite 207. WANTED—Physician registered In Indi ana; office work; northern part state; salary and commission. Address A No, 16(9, Times. BOY ’ All day - 'r after school. TWEIT’S BIOM SHOP. 24 South Illinois street. WANTED—Man and wife. Man must know truck gardening and steam plpea House, fuel and water furnished; good salary. Call Woodruff *6O. Auto. 61-647. CANDY maker and helpers. Apply WILLIAMSON, 641 North East street. MAN to work In ereamfUry. Apply at WEBER MILK CO. . COMPETENT stenographer. Call (19 N. Capitol. Main 2049. MALE HELP—WANTED. WANTED—GOOD MEN; STEADY EMPLOY MENT. Woodworkers, piece work, $35.00* $45.00 per week. Lumber yard men, piece work, $35.00-$45.00 per week. Foundry Molding— Machine Operators, piece work, $40.00'550.00 per week. Molding machine helpers, piece work, $35.00-$40.00 per week. Laborers, hourly rate, 45c-55c. Working hours 50 per week (9 hours for 5 days and 5 hours on Sat urday.) Hourly rated employes paid time and a half for all time over 44 hours per week. No labor trouble See Mr. Louis Segety at room 107, Oneida hotel, 214-220 South Illinois street, tonight, Wednesday or Thursday evenings from 7 to 10. THE SINGER MFG. CO. SOUTH BEND, IND. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY We desire the services of two young men over 30 yeart 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. WANTED—Young man about 20 years 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 man. Answer In own hand writing. Address A. No. 1643. Times. NEAT young man; no Sunday or holiday work. STATE LIFE LUNCH. State Life Bldg. NON-UNION plasterers. Call Washing ton 278. SALE SM E N—W ANT EpT~~T 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 210 Peo ples Bank bldg. 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 No. 210 People’s Bank bldg. WANTED—Salesman who can sell Ford cars; 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. Call at room 510 Board of Trade any Tuesday or Wednesday. AGENTS-WANTED. Solicitors. 'l6 When Bldg. FEMALE HELP—WANTED. Attractive Employment for Girls Become a telephone operator. You can speedily advance to tol! operator, clerical worker, supervisor, ssslstant chief, chief operator, etc. Hundreds of higher posi tions for those who qualify. Besides, w* 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 employ* 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 SEVERAL STENOGRAPHERS AND TYPISTS Must be experienced, good salary to start and opportunity for ad vancement. Apply Immediately. PREST-O-LITE CO., INC. Speedway. 199 T. 9-14-20. ADDRESSERS for catalogue wrappers. Applicants with typing experience preferred. HURST 4 CO.. 323 West Fifteenth street. 50 WOMEN to peel tomatoes Take Minnesota car to Churchman Ave. Hagelskamp Bros. & Hagelskamp WANTED—TWO YOUNG LADIES to work in our offices at $2.50 a day In ex change for a stenographic, bookkeeping or combined coarse. This Is a splendid opportunity for you If you are anxious to take a business course but a little short on funds. Ask for Fred W. Case prin cipal. CENTRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, Pennsylvania and Vermont ztreets. Next door to Y, W, C. A. CLERKS over 17 for postal mail service, $135 month; examinations September; experience unnecessary. For free particu lars write R. TERRY (former civil service examiner). 550 Continental bldg., Wash ington. D. C. bright" women of good address, capable of selling a high grade commodity; permanent employ ment; good compensation to workers. See MRS. HOPPER, 914 Merchants Bank Bldg. COMPETENT and experienced maid for cooking and housework: family pf four; no laundry nor heavy cleaning; refer ences required. 4203 North Pennsylvania. Washington 8000. EXPERIENCED girl or woman for gen eral housework; family of three; no children; good home and good wages: ref erences desired. Call Prospect 3074. WANTED—Lady canvassers fern house hold necessities, selling Dc and 26c ar ticles. J. BOOTH SCHOLL. 619 Marlon avenue. SECOND COOK, white; short hours; no Sunday or holiday work. STATE LIFE LUNCH. State Life Bldg. GIRLS over 1(; upstairs over 458 South Meridian street. HONEY DEW BUT TER SCOTCH CO. GIRL wanted. 449 W. South street; good wages. Cirri# (991. Over 17 years of age. WAITRESSES, white, for hotel dining room. SPENCER HOTEL Marlon, Ind. GIRL to clerk In grocery. SANDERS A QREBNWEMx (129 Prospect. Pros. 17T(. GIRLS in rt:lli\ departmsnt; steady posi tion. C. P. UkSH PAPER CO. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. DsWSINS Cadillac Coupe Model 65. Victoria, Just recent ly overhauled and repainted. Packard Sedan 1918 model, equipped with Westinghouse shock absorbers, Just repainted. Hudson Sport Model 1919. Exceptionally good condition; Just repainted. Hudson Sedan 1918 model. An excellent op portunity to buy a car of this kind that Is mechanically right and has Just been refinished. Packard Twin Six Seven-passenger touring car; exceptioally good mechanical condition; repainted and equipped with good tires. Cole Aero Eight 1920 model, practically new. passenger touring; car equipped ■vlth solid wheels, carries extra wheel and tire as spare. Kissel Sedan 1916; just repainted; In good running condition. Mitchell Touring 1917 model; excellent mechan ical condition; good paint; bar gain price. National Sedan 1915; Just repainted; in good running condition. Note In addition to the cars listed above, we have some exception al values In other makes that will warrant your inspection. All these cars are In condition to glvs you service, and have been repainted. We Invite you to call and inspect these cars. Nordyke & Marmon Cos. Local Branch. Ilth and Msridain sts. 1919 MAXWELL TOUR Looks and runs like new. A real buy at $625. THE MOTOR MART. 140 N. Delaware. Main 1914. Open Evening* and Sunday. CLOSED Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 113 and 14 on account of holidays Open for business Wednesday morning INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO. 518 N. Capitol ave. STUDEBAKER TOURING Excellent condition, new paint, good tires; bargain; 8275; $75 down, balance one year; no broker age. AUTO TRADING CO., 555-557 North Capitol ave. 1918 FORD COUPE Electric lights and starter; good tires; good paint. All up In good shape; $575 THE MOTOR MART. 140 N. Delaware. Main 19(4. _Oppoalte Public Market. CHEVROLET F. A. touring; new tea. You will get a bargain In this car at half price. DIETZ-JAMES. 334 East Market street. 6716, IF YOU want a car that rides like a pull man and will climb Mt. Rubidaux. call Main 4114. Mr. Counts. with W. L. Bridges. Evenings, call North 61(5. ■ YOU are In the market for a good used car better see our line first 1 DIETZ-JAMES. 334 East Market street Main 6716. RICHMOND 6 touring, good appearance’ uoth mechanically and paint. Your chance to get a six. Price $275 Call 115 West Twenty-aecond street. EMPIRE 45. touring; good tires and paint; mechanically perfect; bargain DIETZ-JAMES. (34 E Market. Main 5716. "- FORD speedster at a sacrilw] Owner leaving for school. If you want some thing fast see this car at the DELAWARE GARAGE. 216 North Delaware street. CHEVROLET ’’l9o" touring; good tlrev Your own terms If desired. DTETZ JAMES, 334 East Market. Main 6716. ALLEN 1918 touring. thoroughly over hauled; bargain Jf sold at once. 431 North Capitol avenue. 1917 FORD; 4 new tires; good paint; good top; good mechanically. 911 N. Merid lan street after 6. MAXWELL touring. 1917; In good chanical condition. Call at 431 North Capitol avenue. OAKLAND touring, 1920; driven only six weeks, extra equipment. 610 N. Dela ware street. OVERLAND 83 touring, good condition; will trade for a good lot east. OWNER. North 2871. SAXON light 6; mechanically good; 4 new tires and a spare; good top. 431'North Capitol. OAKLAND touring; latest model; run leas than 1.000 miles. 510 N. Delaware at. EMPIRE touring; motor In A-l shape] bargain. 431 North Capitol avenue. COLUMBIA six touring. 1919; cord tires; _run very little. 510 N. Delaware. OVERLAND 90 touring car; mechanically perfect. 431 North Capitol avenue. OAKLAND roadster. 1918 model; resin- Ished, (850. 510 N. Delaware. REO touring, extra winter top; a real bargain. 431 North Capitol avenue. MAXWELL 1918, tourlr.g; good condition. 4(1 North Capitol avenue. OAKLAND sedan, 1920 model; used two months. 510 N. Delaware. MAXWELL touring, 1911; In excellent condition. (10 N. Delaware. INDIAN A DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1920. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. 1918 DORT CHUMMY Chummy roadster, in A-l shape; new tires, new paint; looks like new and priced to sell. THE MOTOR MART 140 N. Delaware. Main 1984. Open evenings and Sunday. FOR USED . CAR BARGAINS. Down payment. Allen, 1918 touring $826.00 Overland ”90.” touring 250.00 Maxwell touring. 1917 150.00 Maxwell touring, 1918 226.00 Reo touring, extra winter top.. 275.00 Empire touring IpO.OO Chevrolet F. A. roadster 800.00 All cars have 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. SPEEDSTER Teetor Special. In A-l shape; a speedster that will go; brand new battery; disc wheels; two uni versal; this car Is special built all the way through. 48 W. Twenty-fourth st., or call North 6223 after 6 p. m. 1918 LEXINGTON TOURING Good paint. A-l shape. THE MOTOR MART 140 North Delaware. Main 1984. Opp. Pub 'l c Market. ' MAXWELL TOURING 1919 model, A-l shape, new paint, new top, good tires; $l5O down, bal ance one year; no brokerage. 557 North Capitol ave. CHEVROLET 4-90 TOUR. 1919 model In good shape; priced espe cially at $475. THE MOTOR MARJV 140 N. Delaware. Main 1984. Opposite Pub lic Market. CHEVROLET F. A. roadster” JusVbeen thoroughly overhauled and In good shape. 431 North Capitol avenue. TRUCK S—-FO R 3 A Lfc. FORI) TRUCK Light delivery, A-l shape, good tires; bargain; $225. 555 North Capitol ave. AUTOMOSILES-'W ANTED, WANTED AUTOMOBILES. 100 CARS AT ONCE. LARGEST BUYERS AND SELLERS OF USED CARS IN THE STATE. INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS AND TIRE COMPANY. 511 N. CAPITOL. MAIN 2(18. AUTO. 22-01i. AUTOS WANTED We pay high cash prices for used cars. No delay. Quick action. AUTOMOBILE TRADING CO. 555 N. Capitol Ave. I WANTYOUK 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 444 b and immediate attention will be given. 212 E. NEW YORK ST. AUTOS WANTED W# pay oaah. No delay for your money. It la here for you. Come In or call. I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos. (19 N. Illinois st. Main 1671. Auto. 22-0(1. Ws also buy Junk cars. UPRIGHT plane and SIOO for Ford truck or touring car; no Junk wantsd. Proa pect _64 41. _ _ AUTO REPAIRS AND UPPLIE. We are in position to handle a few high grade automobile painting jobs. LOCAL BRANCH NORDYKE MARMON CO. Meridian at 11th st. Main 1884. - AUTO WASHING Our Specialty, 322-334 North Illinois. S A S Auto Laundry NEW batteries for any car; rebuilt bat teries at bargain prices. BATTERY DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, 607 Massa chusetts. Open until 9 p. in. Muin 3145. ONE-MAN auto tops, side curtains, seat and radiator covers. PERFECTION AUTO TOP CO.. 1107 Udell street. North 645. MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES. One 1919 Harley-Davidson and side car, electrically equipped; good condition; (375. 1919 Harley-Davtdson, (200. One Excelsior, bargain; SSO. One 1920 Indian Scout, electrically equipped; < arrles guarantee same as usw machine, $375. Two remodeled Indians. electrically equipped. One 1915 3-speed Indian, gas equipped. $135. Popular model single Indian, SSO. Special sale Firestone tires, 28x3. $15.00. DONALD T. POPE, 616 E. WASHINGTON. THEY HAVE ARRIVED. 1920 EXCELSIOR TWIN. MERZ MOTOR CO., 450-53 Mass. Ave. HARLEY-DAVIDSON Motorcycles and Bicycles Johnson Motor Wheels ERNEST HUGHES 534-36 Mass. Ave Main 6404. CASH paid for all kinds of motorcycles. FLOYD PETERMAN, 600 Ma.ssachu sett* avenue. WHEN patronizing these advertisers men tion The Time# AUTOB AND TRUCKS FUR^H iKC AUTOS FOR RENT—Do your own driv ing. U-Drive Auto Service at Hoosier Laundry. Rear Keith’s theater. Main 5921. _ _ PROFESSIONAL SERVICEs7" Natureopathy, Swedish Massage Baths and general treatments. Thorough satisfaction. 119 East Ver mont Btreet. First floor front. Hours 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. VIOLET Huy and Swedish manage. MISS DE VERE. 17 54 VV. Ohio. Main *873. ~~~~ DETECTIVEK. ~~~ Quiglev-Hyland Agency Clvil and Criminal Investigators. 525-529 Law bldg. Main 2902. WHY GO A ROUND ABOUT WAY? If you have something to buy or sell a TIMES WANT AD is the line to follow. It is the short cut that leads straight to results. Read the Want Ads first. If what you want isn’t offered there just call The Times— Main 3500—and order an ad, stating what you want. Your message will be carried to thousands of interested read ers the very day it appears. A straight line to the home. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. FALL STYLES. • PRICES. OUR prices are the same to all, and not prohibitive to any; they are within reach of the most modest pocketbook No inflation—Just right and In keeping with 100 cents’ worth of value for every dollar. An Investment In one of our suite la Ilka buying a government bond—lt re tains its Intrinsic value to the finish. ‘‘Not how cheap, but how good,” Is our platform. You will find special delight In our display of fabrics and fashion.; for fall. NOW is the time to order. Suits and overcoats to your measure, $45. $55. $65. $75 and up. Trousers SB, $lO, sl2, sls, $lB and up. W. G. SCHNEIDER, 39 West Ohio Street. Be sure you are in the right place BUSINESS CHANCES. ROOMING IIOUSKs ” 14 rooms. North Alabama. 8 rooms. North Alabama. 9 rooms. East St. Clair. All good, clean houses. Good incomes; nice houses. H. A M. SALES SERVICE. 212 IND. TRUST. MAIN 6773. A-jiM. SERVICE *s(J Repairing, adjusting by iy Ly experts who know how. * or sewing machine*. (BV. ■. tA Hemstitching while you wait, 10c per yard. WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.. Main (00. Auto. 3(-l!U 312 Mus Ave. Sn yr W nlahlng*. rent* coming In $240 month. 17.000 cash X Yk buys It. Rest like rent. This property will pay for Itself. A chance for a start in life for you. In Morton place. BERT ESSEX, 208 American Central Life Bldg IDEAL PLACE for a grocery: & large rooms, gas; large lot; good barn and large store room. Price $2,700. SSOO. s7i a month. STATE SAVINGS and TRUST CO. Main 4417. Reside no*. Belmont 2037. FEATHERS Bought, eold. renovated. mattrea*** and pillows mad* to order. E. K BURKLE. 416 Mae*, ave. Main 1 429. New 23-775. MEN and ladles to learn barber trade. TRI-CITY HARDER COLLEGE, 209 K. Washington st . Indianapolis. Ind. Circle 757 ROOMING house for sale: 11 rooms; Illi nois car line, deal with owner; no agents. Circle 6503. POR SALE—Auto repair shop, clearing $7,000 per year $; >0 f. . a Call North 7(27. ~~~ BUSINESS SERVICES. BTOVB TRIMMINGS REFLATED. INDIANAPOLIS PLATING CO. 633-6 Kentucky ave. Main (522. Main (523. REBUILT TIRES. guaranteed 4 000 mils*, new tires and tubes vulcanizing that give* sallsfa tlon. DOWNTOWN TIRE SHOP. 35 Kentucky ave. Main 1137. SAFETY RAZOR BLADES sharpened. TUTTLEDGE, 3*l Indiana ave. If your clock Is not running phone Cirri* 4307. M. R. Shearn. 811 North Ala bama. TAILuRb AND CLtAo tKj. CLEANING—PRESSING— REPAIRING (work called torj Gents’ suits cleaned and pressed. Ladles' suite cleaned and pressed. All work guarantees. FLETCHER AVE. GARMENT CLEANERS. 1036 Fletcher are. Prospect 4(8. INSTRUCTIONS. HAWAIIAN guitar, ukulele, banjo, man dolin. etc. W* will teach you to play a piece In thirty minute*. All courses guaranteed. Come and see for yourself. Open from 9 a. m. till 6 p. m.. dally, also on Tuesday. Friday and Saturday evenings. HAWAIIAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC. 36 W Washington st. OFFICE AND STORES—TO LET! Sri j- For rent, private office rooms with desks HURT ESSEX. 208 American X U. Central Life Bldg. ~~REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE. BEST BUNGALOW BUY 4700 EAST A complete. modern, well planned bungalow, large, long living room. with built-in bookcases and brick veneer fire place, pleasant dining-room, with bullt-ln china closet and window scat; two lovely bedrooms and bath, all on the first floor; full basement with complete laundry room; Rybolt furnace; lot worth $2,000; bouse almost new, and owner wants to sell; price, $6,760; reasonable terms. Main 1498. Mr. Gwartney. Evenings, 7 to 9 p. m. HOME SEEKERS REALTY CO.. 913 Merchants Bank Bldg. SSOO BUYS HOME WEST Five rooms, electric lights, gas, city water, cellar and room for bath; located In l’erahlng ave.; priced fir quick sale, $3,000. See J. W. Elder. SCHMID & SMITH, Realtors. 134 N. Delaware. Mr.ln 4088. A SPLENDID six-room modern home lo cated on E. Twenty-fourth st., near College; hardwood floors, bullt-ln feature*? a good home; reasonable price and terms. Washington 1079. A DANDY six-room modern home; good location, big lot, only $5,000 If sold within tea days; reasonable terms. Wash ington 1079. A NEW never occupied colonial homo; strictly modern; big lot; choice loca tion north; very liberal terms. Wash ington 1079. I HAVE all kinds of homes on south side; singles and doubles. Cash or payments. Call Prospect 6181 after 4 p. in. A FINE eight-room strictly modern home on Carrollton ave; bullt-ln features; big lot. Washington 1079. SEVEN-ROOM modern. S3OO down, bal ance like rent. Call E. B. HOLTAM, Prospect 771. INDIANA TRUST" CO. Sells real estate, collects rent, write* fire 1 nsuranee. EIGHT rooms modern, north; Talbot ave nue. $6,500. A. F. ZAINEY, 149 East Market street. REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE. K RURAL ST. Semi-modehn, 6 rooms; $3,500. KENWOOD AYE. 8-room modern, steam heat; $6,500. GOODLET AVE. 5 rooms, good condition; $2,600; terms. TACOMA AVE. 5 rooms, semi-modern, $3,500. BEVILLE AVE. 6 rooms, semi-modem, $3,100; terms. TACOMA AVE. 9 rooms, modern, $4,500. SOUTH GRACE ST. 6 rooms, semi modern, $3,500. KENMORE ROAD New 5-room stucco modern, full basement, $7,000. HOYT~AVE. 6 rooms, modem, large glazed baci porch, $4,600. W. 30TH ST. 8 rooms, $3,000. COTTAGE AVE. 5 rooms, $2,100. NORTH TEMPLE AVE. 5-room double, semi-modern; $5,200. LAUREL ST. Double, 5 rooms side, $4,500. TACOMA AVE. 5 rooms side, semi-modem, $3,600. E. VERMONT ST. Five rooms side, water, gas and electric lights; rents S4O per month; $4,000. N. DAVIDSON 8 rooms a side, $4,000. r N. BELMONT. 5 rooms a side; good condition; rents. S3O per month; $2,800; terms. COLORED COLUMBIA AVE. 4 rooms a side double; rents $24 per month; price, $2,200. Reasonable terms. GILL REALTY CO. Main 1646. Auto. 28-236. 257 W. WASHINGTON SEVEN ROOMS MODERN On Low Terms Price 53,500 Four rooms down, three bedrooms and bath up; SSOO cash and $26 per month buys this bargain. Call Main 1499. HOME SEEKERS REALTY CO. 91$ .Merchant* Bank Bldg. .vVj"jr-s —y * have five cottages of ' " A> four rooms each, also a zj. double of four rooms a * —v-*- 1 R |j# near West Michigan car line; $2,000 for the double. S2OO down. S2O per month. The cottages are SI,BOO. $260 down and S2O per month. The** house* are practically new and are worth the money. Why pay rent? GKO. A. LUCAS. 405 Peoples Bank bldg. Auto. (1-172; Circle 6(00. EAST Double five room# to a side; gas for cooking and lighting; city water, newly painted and decorated; ((,200, S4OO cash and balance easy ternfa. See Mr Mclnteer, with I. N. Ritchie & Son Main 820. 151 E. Market st. Irvington 3597 Double, Southeast $•">00 Down, S3O Per Month Fletcher ave.. five room# to aid*, with gas for lights and cooking; city water in yard, cistern; *u.s age for one side; house In good repair; price. $3,500. STATE SAVINGS AND TRUST CO.. Main 4517. Residence, Belmont 2037. 1300™ ASH. Balance by month, buys small cozy cot tage. near E Tenth and Brookstde car lines, Improved street; house newly paint ed. ha* electric lighta, gas and water. soon; property Is In good con dition and well located. J. C. PRICE CO. 622 People’s Bank bldg. Main 1232. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. And priced right; a dandy new mod ern 6-room bungalow, basement 26x20. finished floors. Improved street: SSOO cash and S4O per month. Call Mr. Ross. W L. BRIDGES, 386-9 K. of P. Bldg Main 4114. Evenings. Washington 815. HOME FOR COLORED^ 437 West Sixteenth, 4 rooms. Price only $1,200. S2OO cash, balance like rent. 445 West Sixteenth, 8 rooms. Price only $1,700; S2OO cash, balance like rent. HENRY & ROBINS, 153 E. Market. Main 6838. West Side Double Four rooms on a side; renting, sl6 per month; price. $1,200. cash. Hall & Hill. SMALL COTTAGE. S3OO Cash—sls Month. Vinton rtreet, near West. 3 rooms; elec tric lights; good condition; nice lot. Price $1,600. HENRY & ROBIN’S, 153 E. Market. Main J 1538. BEAUTIFUL high, large level lot. halt square of Maple road boulevard (88th st.), only two squares southeast of fair grounds. Fine Investment or building alts. Will sell to good party on easy payments $lO cash. $1.50 weekly. Price only $525. Get busy. u4O Lemcke Annex. Main 1409. SEVEN-ROOM modern, except furnace, on Rural st.; beautiful corner lot; fruit, shade, grape arbor and garage: price $3,500; on--half cash: balance like rent. WALTER ST. CLAIR. 615 Terminal bldg. Circle 247; evenings. North 7 738. gwas—a r sh East—lmmediate posses \\\(( try A\ i ill ‘-'on. seven-room strictly 111 Vk B/~v, il vi 1 1 modern; large lot, nice \rU flowers and fruit. Must be sold immediately. Geo. A. Lucas, 405 People's Bank bldg. Circle 6600. Auto. 31-172. DOUBLE on payments, northeast; SSOO cash, balance like rent; four rooms each side; gas, city water; newly painted; first class condition. KUSSE H. HARTMAN. 224 N. Delaware. EAST WASHINGTON ST. LOTS. Irvington lots, north side of Washing ton street. Ridgeview drive; 40x140 feet; price $800; payment*. W. H. COOPER & CO. KAST Six-room modern on Tuxedo street, north of Tenth, $5,250; $1,650 cash, $35 j per month. Evenings Washington SSfi. W. L. BRIDGES. 5-ROOM cottage. North Holmes ave. 9- i room house and storeroom connected. I West 10th st. Price right. MARTIN M. MORONEY, 2601 West Michigan st. Bell 1661. FOR SALE—Good cottage on Sturm ave nue; nice neighborhood; east end; non modern; price $2,000. BRANDON & JAMESON. Main 5762. 127 N. Delaware st. A NEW never occupied bungalow located near Thirty-eighth street blvd.; has five rooms and breakfast room; hardwood floors; bullt-ln features; fine wooded lot; garage. Washington 1079. IF LOOKING for a good home as well as a real Investment. Call Washington 1079._ HOMEJ on payments. BLOOD WORTH FLOOD. 520 Pennies Bank. Circle 333. LOTS FOR SALE. FOR SALS—LOTS Comer avenue lot. $220; sewer In and paid; terms, SI.OO cash and SI.OO weekly. I. N. Richie & Son. REAL EST ATE—SALE 0R TRADE. FOR SALE OR TRADE. Two lots 140x100 feet each with three 4-room houses and modern blacksmith shop with two rooms built on; general repair shop with gasoline motor, band saw, considerable material on hand; all lo cated In the heart of the business section of Fisher, Arkansas. Only blacksmith shop In twenty miles. Present owner been there ten years; now \vant3 to come back to Indiana, his native state. Will sacrifice- for $3,000 or trade for property in Indianapolis or Indiana farm land or stock of groceries of value. All buildings are In excellent repair and the ground, buildings and material well worth $3,500. Addrea-t MR. BARROWS, care INVEST ORS BANKING SERVICE CORPORA TION. 112 East Market street. FOR BALK or trade, *i-acre lot In Edge wood, 2 squares from car line; 2Vt squares from good school house, as first payment on a 5 or 6-room cottage. Call Prospect 3347. REAL £STATE—S U BURBAN. SUBURBAN Or.c and one-fourth acres vacant; five miles south of city, two squares to trac tion line and state highway. $900; one third cash, balance terms. Half acre lots, 5 miles south of city, 2 squares to traction line and state highway; $5 cash, $5 per month. Evenings, call North 1440. Halljfc; Hill. _____ LARGE, beautiful lota 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. REAL ESTATE—WANTED. i WANTED—A gefod 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. 1570. Times. WILL TRADE my Stephens 1919 touring as first payment on a five or six-room modern house. Main 2246. FARMS—FOR SALE. ARKANSAS stock farm for sale to close estate; 463 acres, over SIO,OOO improve ments. two houses, etc.; adjoins live Drew county seat; $45,300. bargain: would consider subdividing Into two or three parts; two Improved clear farms; 200 acres, $3,000; 195 acres. $4,875 cash; bar gains, fine, level soil, good climate. Ad dress R. M. GILMER, 5(44 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. FOR SALE—Thirty-six acres. 344 miles west of Martinsville; two room house, hern. 2 hen houses. 2 horses, age 10 and 11; 100 spring chickens; some growing corn; some late peaches and apples. For quick sale. $1,800; terms, cash $l,lOO. Martinsville, Ind. G. W. HILL. R. R. 4, box 24. 103-ACRES four miles south of Kalamazoo, level sand clay loam, all plowed. 2 barn*, cement silo. 7-room house. $10,300; part rash. Owner lost a leg. CHAS. H. PALMER. 815 N. Burdick. Kalamazoo. Mich. FARMS— FORSALE OR TRADE. FOR EXCHANGE—Twenty farms for city properties. S farms for stock of mer chandise. All kinds of deals anywhere. BTAUFFER REALTY CO- Seymour. Ind. TRANSFER and storage, MOVE BY RED BALL TRANSIT. nESIEMBER-WE INSURE VuUR LOAD. W* move anything—any time —anywhere. Some prices we can quote on five-day booking. Indianapolis to or from: Chi cago. $126; Detroit. $150; Cincinnati. SBS; Louisville. sss; Akron. 0.. $200; Ft. Wayne, SBS. Ask us for prices to other points. Call Msln 4631 before you move. We can save you money. RED BALL TRANSIT CO., GI7 T 7 STORAGE CHEAP ESI \V/ RATES IN CITY. CALL \l US. Everything at rea sonable price. Packed. J it shipped anywhere, 'ey L i Locked, room if desired. 30 West Henry. call shank tor th* •; **rviu* i* hauling, packing, shipping ands >rag.. MI-221 North New Jersey 8t Mein 2028. MIBOELLANEOUI—FOR SALE. Match Your Coat / \ with a pair of ( \ M TI “ \ J / THE PANTS \ / ]I / STORE CO. 1 / l Jill Two Stores UUJ JO Q. 43 W. Ohio. ja % fr no E. Market. V Close 6 P. M. Saturday 9 P. M. Quit Wearing Ready-Made PUTS $ g J® W* make them to A )J your measure for LEON TAILORING CO. 131 E. NEW YORK. Dp one FOR SALE!—Car load macaroni and spag hetti damaged In transit. Can be In spected at unclaimed freight station of C., C., C. & St. L. Railroad Company. Twenty-fifth and Bnghlwood avenue. Mall sealed bids to .1. K. Vance. F. C. A.. Dela ware and South streets. Indianapolis. Ind. BEST made player piano; A-l condition; over sls worth muslo for sl. Must sell. 726 North Senate. Apt. 1. BOILER; will heat large garage or green house. GEORGE CRIDER, 1302 Brad NEW tin cans for canning; 50c dozen. 1609 Spruce street. Prospect 1363. ONE butcher’s meat box. Call E. B. HOLTAM. Prospect 77L FOR SALE—Used furnace. 3060 Central avenue. North 9071. GAS RANGE, Jewel; good condition, S2O. North 9398. M ISC ellan eo us—wanted. Attention We need all kinds of furniture, and need It now. We have the largest and best rated used goods store In this state. Call our buyer and get what your goods are worth. Baker Bros. Auto. 23-166. Main 3466. LEW SHANK pays best prices In city for household goods and fixtures of all kinds. 227 North New Jersey street. Main 2023. TYPEWRITER wanted. Give deserlptlo i. price, etc. P. O. box 1021. Indlanapollo. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. S6OO. KURTZMAN PIANO Dull mahogany case, very slightly used; special price $445. including bench to match: this piano has got to be seen to be appreciated. See or phone Mr. Grey at PEARSON PIANO CO. 128 N. Pennsylvania. Main 1309. Columbia Phonograph Large size In oak case, with twelve records: big bargain at $125.; terms. $1.75 per week. E. L. Lennox Piano Cos. 18 N. Meridian st. BEGINNERS violin*, mandolin*, guitar*, bargains. TUTTLE, 201 Indiana Ave FINU player piano. S4O down and $4 per week. North 4221. ONE 'GRAND PIANO cheap; ~cash. 639 Russell avenue. THE shortest distance between two wants Is a Times Want ad. Your customers use them. Why don’t you? HOUSEHOLD GOODS. 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 ROOMS OR TO BAKE YOUR GOOD BREAD OR PASTRY, FOR AS LITTLE MONEY AS POSSIBLE. THEN GO TO THB STORE THAT IS WELL KNOWN FOR GOOD TREATMENT AND NEVER MIS REPRESENTING THEIR MERCHAN DISE FOR LESS MONEY IN THE CITY. GLAZER 44 4 E. Washington. STOVES OF ALL LEADING MAKES 70 IN AUGUST What will It be In NovemberT Frost kills the uncovered flowers and plants that defy him. Winter will chill the man 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 stoves. Bo wise. Buy now. All standard makes—low prices—smaJl down payments—easy terms. Baker Bros. WE WANT TO BUT good furniture, rugs, office and store fix ture* We pay more than other dealers. Call Cooperlder: USED GOODS STORE. Main 2288. ""stoves We have them, the best used heaters on sale at the least cost. Florence Hot blast and all leading makes; about 200 to choose from; also gas ranges, hot plate*, oil cookers, oil heaters, cook stoves and ranges, at almost half the cost of new. See us before you buy. We also carry everything In the furniture line. Terms to suit purchaser. KROOT & KROOT, 609 W. Washington. . GOOD USED P.UGS. We have the largest selection in Indi anapolis of high-grade used ruga; all sizes, at prices that will please you. USED GOODS STORE. MAHOGANY bedroom suite, pedestal, sewing machine, gas range. Irv. 3692. DON’T - GRIEVE! If you really want It back. Insert a small ad In the ’’Lost and Found" col umns of The Times and It will soon be returned. Pnone Main 3600. Auto. 33-351. COAL AND WOOD FOR SALE. ILLINOIS LUMP *IO.OO L. H. BAIN COAL C<_ Main 2151. Main 353 L FOR SALE—Cut wood. Woodruff 6194. LIVE STOCK AND VE HICLES. HORSE. WAGON and harness. 250 Sher man drive. _ PET STOCK AND POULTRY. PERSIAN cats and kittens. Woodruff 2513, 1231 Olney st. MACH!N ER Y 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. Time* Want Ad* find the right people for the right places and the right place* ter ths right people. Phone Main Zsß*. Auto, ll 11l AUCTIONS. _ I THURSDAY. Thursday, September 16. at our auction room. 227-229 N. New Jersey st., at 9 a. m.. we will sell a very fine lot of furni ture, consisting of ITALIAN HARP. ELECTRIC PLATER PIANO. COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE, mahogany, leather-seated parlor set, very fine lot of bed springs and mattresses, oak chiffonier, davenports of various kinds. 25 9x12 rugs, also 10 or 12 smaller rugs, about 60 dining chairs, leather-seated; oak extension table, 30 leather-seated benches, used in barber shops and shining parlors; 6 refrigerators, linoleum, by the yard or roll: 6 kitchen cabinets. In oak and whit* enamel; roll-top dark; a lot of carpets, by the yard; large steel coal range, gas ranges of all kinds. $3,500 stock of gro ceries. overalls, shirts and a lot of wearing apparel, dishes and tinware of all kinds, lace curtains and window shades. This Is a real sale, one of the largest ws have had for some time. Don’t forget th* day and date. Thursday, September 16 at 9 a. m., sharp. LEW SHANK. RAY WRIGHT, AUCTIONEER, LEGAL NOTICE. iwvvvvvvvvvv.~vv-v>vvvv-vw>*e<we* NOTICE. State of Indiana. Department of StAtA To all to whom these presents shall come, greeting: I Ed Jackson, secretary of State of the State of Indiana, hereby certify that the Gueutal Spring Service Company has this day caused to be filed in the office of ths secretary of State of the State of In diana. consents, statements and papers re quired by section One of an act of the General Assembly of the State of Indian*, entitled. “An act prescribing the metho4 and procedure for the voluntary dissolu tion of private corporations and voluntary associations, and declaring an emergency,” approved March 14, 1913. And I further certify that said written consents, statements and papers so filed, as aforesaid, show that said company and the officers thereof have compiled with the provisions of said section 1 of said act. and that said corporation is now in proc ess of dissolution. In witness whereof. I hav* hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal (SEAL) of the State of Indiana, at the city of Indianapolis, this 16th day of September, A. D. 1920. ED JACKSON. Secretary of State. By P. H. WOLFARD, Deputy. BIDS FOR ADDING MACHINE. Notice Is hereby given that the under signed. the Board of Commissioners of Marion county, Indiana, will, up to 10 o’clock a. m , Sept. 24, 1920. receive sealed bids for an adding machine for use in county sheriff’s office according to speci fications on file in the office of the audi tor of Marlon county. , Each bid must be accompanied by a bond and an affidavit as required by law. The board reserves the right U> reject any or all bids. Witness our hands, this 13th day OX September, 1920. LEWIS W. GEORGES, JOSEPH G. HAYES, CARLIN H. SHANK, Commissioner* of Marlon County. Attest: —LEO K. FE3LER. Auditor, FINANCIAL. We Have it Money on personal property. It yo are keeping house and havs furniture, piano, Victrola or auto, see us for flnan-s rial assistance. Quick service, court**** treatment. Ask us about terms on SSO, SiOQ, S2OO or S3OO You don’t have to give an excuse ** reason for borrowing money. That is our business. We are under state supete vision and will give you th* lowest legal rat*. State Loan Cos. 305 Odd Fellow Bldg. Cor. P®nn. and Wash. Sta. Phones: Main 4619. New 24-630. MONEY TU LOAN On First Mortgage Security SIX PER CENT GILL REALTY CO. Main 1646, Auto. 28-236 WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE REAL ESTATE LOANS PROMPTLY. Wl PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS. MORTGAGES, BONDS AND STOCKS LISTED AND UNLISTED. INDIANAPOLIS SECURITIES CO. * FRANK K. SAWYER. Prea Fifth floor Indianapolis Securities Bldg. Southwest corner Delaware and Market. Insurance”Tn alt branches: AUBREY D. PORTER. 916 Peoples Bank Bldg. Main 70(9. FIRST and seconch mortgages on Indiana and Indianapolis real estate. R. B. WIL SON. 108 N. Delaware st. Main 1618. LOANS on diamonds: 3per month. BURTON JEWELRY CO., 53 Monu ment. WHY~WORRY? LET a Times Want ad sell it for you.