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INDIANA DAILY TIMES
25-29 S. Meridian St.
PHONES—CLASSIFIED
ADV. DEPT.
Alain 8500
Automatic .28-951
RATES.
One time. 09 per line
Three consecutive limes.. .08 per line
Btx consecutive times 07 per line
Male or female help warned, situa
tion wanted, male or female; rooms to
let and board and rooms wanted—
One time. 08 per line
Three consecutive times.. .07 per line
Six consecutive time*. 06 per Une
Contract rates on application.
Legal notices 09 per line
Lodges and club
notices 750 per insertion
Church notices (1 Inch or
lesa) 50c per Insertion
Over 1 Inch. .07 per line additional.
Death notices. 35c per Insertion.
Card of Thanks or In Memortam
notices 07 per Une
Ads received until 10; SO a. m. for
publication same day.
V
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
PLANNER & BUCHANAN
320 North Illinois St.
Funeral directors to the people of
Indianapolis since 1887.
Phones: Main 641-642. Auto. 22-641.
INDIANAPOLIS CREMATORY.
George Grmstemer
Funeral director. 522 East Market. Old
Phone Main 90S. New Phone. 27-208.
A. Walsh Fnce. Joun Paul
Ragsdale.
A. M. RAGSDALE CO.
J. C. WILSON
1280 Prospect. Auto. 61-671. Prospect 922.
W.T. BLASENGYM
1685 Sheloy st. Pecs. 2573 auto. 51-114
FUNERAL DIRECTORS—
WM E. KRIEGER,
New 21 154 Main 1451 141? N Illinois
GADD-BERT - 3. GADD. 213) Prospect st.
Phones: Prospect 422. Automatic 52-278.
UNDERTAKERS—HISEY TITUS? 351*
North Dr New "6-5 % M-><- •*7n
~. _ lost, an o, FOUNP
LOST—Lady's black pocketbook on Olive
street, between Orange and Cotage,
Monday afternoon. Please return to 1236
Olive street. Prospect 6104. Reward.
LOST Leather suitcase. containing
lady’s clothing, on MUlersvllle r*-ad.
leading to Noblesvllle, Sunday morning.
Harrison 817.
LOST—Silver coin purse on Central car
Sunday night, purple lining: valued ?-s
keepsake. Reward. Ben Davis 761,
Ring 3.
LOST—Monday. 23th. downtown. Ma
sonic ring, set with diamond in center.
If found please call Main 3253. Reward.
LOST—Monday, Nov. 22. a day book, left
on stockyard car. wrapped In newspa
per: reward Circle 4123 or Main 789.
LOST or stolen, boy's wheel. Party Is
known; no trouble If returned. 715
Livingston. Belmont 3482.
LOST—Lady's Waltham gold wrist watch.
Phone office. Prospect 3561; residence
Prospect 1946. Reward.
LOST—Beagle hound; black spots, brown
ears and head. Reward. 3310 N. Cap
itol. Harrison 154.
LOST—Pearl necklace. Saturday after
noon in downtown district. Call Circle
6676. Reward.
LOST—Bunch keys on ring, between 1025
N. Meridian and downtown. Reward.
Main 8861.
.I.ilST—Wrist watch between Irvington
~ and Murat theater. Reward. Irving
ton 2816.
LOST—GoId wrist watch. Swiss move
ment, downtown. North 6247. Liberal'
reward.
I.OST—Pair glasses on Washington st..
between Butler and Ritter. Irvington
3449. _
PERSONALS.
VALPARAISO UNIVERSITY ALUMNI
and OLD STUDENTS communicate
with D. W. PETERS Hotel Severln and
ltarn something exceedingly Important to
TO*.
HOUSES—TO LET.
5027 CARROLLTON AVE.
Five rooms, modern, enclosed veranda
and rear
Immediate possession.
Marion County State Bank.
MODERN, double! 3947 Broadway' S6O?
Irvington 831.
FURNIShtED HOUSES AND FLATS.
THREE rooms, private bath, third floor;
steam heated apartment, talking dla
t&r.ce, adults; reference*. Mala 774 '.
ROOMS—TO LET.
FURNISHED rc.om. strictly modern, with
garage, for one or two gentlmen. pri
vate family. Phone North 5597.
EAST. 345 X.; 2 connecting front rooms;
modern; also other room*; walking dis
tance. Call Circle 3633.
k DELAWARE, 5.7 N.; modern; warm
sleeping rooms, adjoining hath, walking
distance. Main 9215.
COZY, strictly modern sleeping room In
private family. 201 N. Tremont ave.
Belmont 3550.
DESIRABLE sleeping room In modern
apartment, close In. Call Main 7741
evenings.
CENTRAL ave , 31S0; two sleeping rooms,
one sultat-le for two. Harrison 3504.
TWO furnished sleeping roorn. young
men preferred. Woodruff 2297.
TWO unfurnished rooms for rent; 38 a
month. 1702 Montcalm street.
LARGE room, suitable for two; walking
distance. Main 8591.
ROOM and board to let. 609 Bright st.
Cali Circle 6469. ___
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
NEW JERSEY, 913 B ; two furnished
light housekeeping rooms; private home,
steam heat, gas range ar.d sink In kitchen,
310 per week. Also one large light house
keeping room, 39 per week. Call Pros
pect 3152.
UNFURNISHED, 2 rooms. kitchenette;
modern; heat, gas and electricity fur
nished. North 7955.
FRONT room, modern; light housekeep
ing; walking distance; employed peo
ple. Main 8210.
MODERN light housekeeping room, 34.50
per week. 601 Fletcher avenue.
ALABAMA. 725 N.. large front room for
light housekeeping. Main 7810.
BOARD AND ROOMS-TO LET.
SIXTEENTH, 615 .£ .; nicely furn. mod.
room; 2 girls; meals optional. Main
9514; referenca^requlred.
LAR''E. warm, front room, modern home;
_ breakfast, evening dinner; gentlemen
home privileges. North 4661.
ROOM and hoard for two ladies employed.
North 8254.
BUSINESS BERVICE*.
SAVE
1 by having your
old bats reno-
W szt~* aated. Best work
j ln c,t y> b T A°i6r
ican Hatters.
INDIANAPOLIS HAT
BLEACHERY
28 Kentucky Ave. Main G 179.
MACHINES
Rented, $3 per mo.
All makes machines repaired. Every
piece, part or screw for any sewing ma
chine
White Sewing Machine Cos.
Main 600. Auto. 25-316. 312 Mans. Ave.
' BSOTIGE Til Mil®
Call Main 9081 and have your vault*.
and cisterns cleaned before It
freezes up.
FEATHERS
Bought, sold, renovated, mattresses and
pillows made to order. E. F. BI’RKLE,
416 Mass ave. Main 1428 New 23-776.
SAFETY RAZOR BLADES - ’
Mj.bsrnsoed TITTTLEDGE 201 Indl**-. sv
■EXPERT CASH REGISTER ReFaIRING.
■ no W. Circle 2236.
■XALL STEVE U?r taxi. M, 4462.
BHS shortest distance between two wants
is a Timet; Want ad. Yo\jr customers
Bh them. Why don't you 7
MALE HELP—WANTED.
BOY over 14, wanted for news stand, de
livery and work in mall dept., 38;
chance for advancement. Ask for Mr.
Whiteman. Indiana Daily Times.
MARRIED man to work in bakery. Ap
ply mornings. VEK-RE BEST BAK
ING CO., 715 W. Twenty-Sixth_
MEN to learn barber trade. TRI-CITY
BARBER COLI EGE, 309 E. Washington
st.. Indianapolis. Ihd. Circle 757.
SITUATION WANTED—MALE.
CHILDREN'S AID ASSOCIATION EM
PLOYMENT BUREAU.
510 Indianapolis Securities Co.’s Bldg.
Phones: Circle 3784. Auto. 22-034.
No charge. Call between 8 and 12 a. m.
Wanted—Factory, store and office work
for boys 14 to 16; white or colored.
Wanted—Factory. sto~e and office work
for girls 14 to 16, white or colored.
Wanted—Position for colored girl as
second maid or nurse maid.
Wanted —Position ln home for white
woman with two children.
Wanted —Sewing to be done at home.
Wanted —Position for chauffeur.
Wanted—Washings for white woman to
do at home.
COLORED maiTwants work as cook, dish
washer or house cleaning. JAMI.S
WILLIAMS. 1226 Pershing avenue.
EXPERIENCED farmer, married man.
3110 E. New York st. Woodruff 3097.
Wants pc.Bitlojp on farm.
salesmen—wanted.
Stock Salesman Wanted
We want five more live stock salesmen.
Our proposition Is unusually attractive
Some choice territory with good lead*
now open. Cal! at 40 Virginia ave. and
let u* show you one of our wonderful lit
tle Ice refrigerating machines, making
ice and refrlgeratlone-
Arctic ice Machine Cos.
11-13 Arcade. Main 4483.
WANTED Representative to
take county agencies for the
Johnson Fuel Oil Burner. Ex
clusive sales right assigned.
There is a big demand for this
burner anti hustlers can make
good money. County agency es
tablished pays from $l5O to $250
per week. Burner once intro
duced sells itself. If you are
interested in a good legitimate
proposition call at demonstra
tion and sales room at 125 East
Ohio street, Indianapolis, or
write THE JOHNSON OIL
BURNER €O., Muneie. Ind.
EXPERIENCED stock salesmen for fir.it
c'.asi dividend paying securities of old
eetabibllshed Indiana corporation. Call at
room 510 Board of Trade any Tuesday or
Wednesday.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
EXPERIENCED SECOND GIRL. WHITE.
WHO IS- FAMILIAR WITH WAITING
!TABLE AND GENERAL HOUSEWORK
No LAUNDRY WORK. TWO IN FAM
ILY. SALARY 116 PER WEEK STEADY
EMPLOYMENT. CALL NORTH 2*l.
EXPERIENCED housekeeper. permanent
poeltion with excellent accommodation",
comfortable surrounding." and beat of
working conditions; must have had expe
rience ln taking complete charge of a
home and handling of help, aaiary gen
erous and libera! to right party, reference
required. Add mi A No. 1112, Times.
COLORED woman to help clean 4-room
house one day each week. Call Bei
rut nt 244? evening*.
FIRST-CLASS girl for hi usa work from
8 to 12. Sundays from 3 to 12. SS9V
North Illinois.
WANTED —Girl for downstair* work and
cooking; no laundry. Washington 616.
GIRL for general housework. 11 E. 20th
Ft. Main 6306.
SITUATION WANT ED —F EMAL E.
CLEANING and laundering by the day.
Harrison 2794; colored lady.
BUSINESS CHANCE 6.
ON ACCOUNT of poor health will offer
for sale up-to-date blacksmith whop sit
uated ln one of the best towns ln Indiana,
county seat, or will consider taking part
ner on shares. Must be good horsehoer.
For further Information write K. C.
McCARTNEY. Kentiand, Ind.
TWO ROOMING HOUSES.
Seven and 9 rooms each. Price 3359.00
each. MR. SEBREE, 40 N. Delaware st.
Main 5177.
FOR SALE —Grocery store. established
cash trade, fine opportunity. Circle
4288.
FOR SALE—Grocery, doing fine cash busi
ness; wonderful opportunity. Circle 4238.
Ufa. I tbl IV th.
Agency
Civil and Criminal Investigators.
52.5-.VjS Law bldg. Main 21*02.
NOTICES.
WULiST Ray and Swedlsn massage. MlHs
1)5 VERE. 1759 W. Ohio. Main *B7B.
AUTOMOBILES FOK SALE.
1920 DAVIS
Anew touring car that has never
been ln the hands of a private
owner. It was turned over to us
by former Davis dealer who now
has Overland agency. "ar Is
slightly shopworn, but otherwise
In excellent condition. Terms if
desired. Used Car Department,
second floor
THE GIBSON COMPANY,
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
“EITHER NSW OR USED CARS.
INVESTIGATE OUR YEAR PLAN.
“YOU SELECT THE CAR.
WE FURNISH THE MONEY 1 ’
AUTOMOBILE FUNDING CO.
912-13 Hume-Mansur Bldg.
OVERLAND COUNTRY CLUB
A "chummy” little car that is
light and economical to operate.
Has been overhauled and recently
repainted. Has wire wheels and
all good tires. Easy terms can
be arranged. Used Car Depart
ment. second floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY,
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
MAXWELL ROADSTER
3325 will cover our claims and
buy this Maxwell roadster. We
have arranged to display It ln
the Used Car Department of the
Glbaon Company. Capitol avenue
at Michigan. Ask for Mr. Freese.
ATLAS SECURITIES CO.
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
SPECIAL sale of all used cars; small
payment down, balance one year, no
brokerage. 45 bargains. Come in and
look them over. AUTOMOBILE TRAD
ING CO., 556-57 North Capitol avenue.
WE have several touring cars and road
sters. Will trade for diamonds, stock or
equities ln city property. 334 E. Market
street. Main 6716.
AUTOMOBILES FPR SALE.
1920 OVERLAND
OF GIBSON QUALITY STANDARD
A sturdy little touring car that
has been driven just far enough
to be well btokon ln. Is in ex
cellent condition throughout. Make
a moderate down payment and
meet the balance as you ride.
Used Car Department, second floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY,
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
“HE BOUGHT A NASH”
We have the following customers’
cars on sale at prices so low that
you should see them before buying
elsewhere.
Fuiek E 44, roadster.
Buick K 45, touring.
Bulck K 49, touring, 7-paseenger
Monroe. Rex lop. touring.
Overland 90, Rex top, touring.
Nash touring, 1919.
Buick K. sedan, 5 passenger; good as
new. 5 cord tires.
Buick E 46 coupe; tip-top unape, Kelly-
Sprlngfield cord tires.
Oakland roadster, 1920; wire wheels;
Parker cord tires.
Cash or reasonable terms.
LOSEY-NASH RETAIL CO.
Main 3348
WILLY S-K NIGHT
The beautiful lines, powerful
motor and general condition of
this Model as touring: car will
immediately win your favor Has
been overhauled and faultlessly re
painted. Easy terms tan be ar
ranfted. lied Car Department,
second flf* >r.
THE GIBSON COMPANY,
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
Special Sale
3100
5123
down
will buy a good used car. Your own
terms. INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS
AND TIRE CO., MS N. Capitol Ave.
Main 268". Auto. 22-019.
1919 MAXWELL touring dm Ursa, spe
cial paint, good mechanical condition.
This Is priced right. Term* can bo ar
ranged.
FRANKLIN USED CAP. DEPARTMENT,
hecond floor 10014 N. Meridian St.
BUICK 1919, louring car. INDIANAP
OLIS AUTO SALES CO.. 235 N. Pena-
I aylvanla etreet.
OAKLAND Medan. 1519 model, cheap If
1 tl..s N. Pen
AUTOMOBILES— WANTED.
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 W ANTED
■ I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
619 X. llllnol" St Main 1679 Auto. 22-068.
AUTO RE P A IRS AND 3UP PLIES.
FOP.D owner agents to test and then sell
Biker'" Intnk" Manifold Vaporiser. A
metal aibeit >.i lr.iulaied 12-lach cut.
complete y I see in manifold or gae pus
tinge. <\>r.ntntiy hold* 115 cubic inches
superheated air from exhaust about In
take manifold. Only device ebelterir.g gas
passage from fan blast, thus even temper
ature all Intake ports. Our vaporizer
mean" easy start, quick warmup, less gas
and cdl and- wonderfully Improved motor
action. Alabama University camp sec
retary says: "our army Ford now run*
like Cadillac." Attached In three minutes
with wrench. Retail price 32'.40 ro
agents to test, one sample only, post paid
31 bill. Your motor number must accom
pany order or nothing doing ELLS
WORTH L BAKER CO.. Springfield.
Ohio fi . ft--
WINTER STORAGE Foil BATTERIES
IS necessary.
We r’ore them at reasonable charge
and make no charge* for pick up and de
livery. We sell or rebuild any kind of
batteries and guarantee name In writing.
Call Main GL.fi*. MYERS BATTERY RE
BUILDING CO.. 621 N. Illinois street.
battkribs
New *r.d guaranteed for any car.
Rebuilt, repaired recharged.
Open until 9 pm.
BATTERY DISTRIBUTING CO.
607 Mass. Ave. Main 3146.
Don't Whit Till ChrUtmas!
Now Is the time to get that car painted
for your spring driving.
FLEMING & REED
180-32 E. New York St.
AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty, 322-834 North lillnota
IS A S Auto Laundry
"downtown TIRE SHOE.
VULCANIZING that gives en Refaction.
85 Kentucky avenue. Main 1117.
FORD touring body complete; brand
new. Belmont 67. Ask for sales dept.
CITIZENS AUTO REPAIR. Rear sill
N. Capitol avenue.
SCRAPE all carbon from piston heads
through spark plug holes In twenty min
utes, using Baker's Spark Hole Carbon
Tool. Efficiency restored Immediately.
Carbon on piston heads make* the trouble,
the rest mutters little. Chunks blown out
without punning through valves. Save
average owner $15.00 per year, saying
nothing about time. Use It tor years. No
skill required. Damage impossible. Full
Instructions with tool postpaid $1 bill.
ELLSWORTH L. BAKER CO.. Spring
field, Ohio. 16 Shaffer street.
MOTOPCYCLEC AND BICYCLE*."
BUY THE BOY A BICYCLE FOR
CHRITSM AS.
SIO.OO down, $2.00 per week.
ERNEST HUGHES CO.
It4)< Hill. A' *• Main 6404.
OAIIH id f r all kinds of mOtOfCJfOiMi
FLOYD PETKKMAN. ICO Mainacbu.
Mttff avenue.
AbfO AND TRUCKS Fu HtHS
• /*V *.AAyU , . -V
---AUTOS for rent. Do your own driving
U-Drive Auto Service. at Hootler
Laundry* Rear Kelth’a theater. Main 5921.
U-DKIVK 'EM.
Automublle* rented to drive youraalt.
.MARKET MOTOR SERVICE.
SS4 B. Market t Main fM
GARAGES TO LET.
FOR RENT—Three machine garage, 35
each. Cull 1621 Columbia avenue.
~ COAL AND WOOD FQH ALE.
COAL—COAL
POCAHONTAS LUMP.
WEST VIRGINIA LUMP.
KENTUCKY LUMP.
ILLINOIS LUMP.
ATLAS COAL CO.
MAIN 1962. AUTO. 22-764.
GENUIN E
POCA. M. R.
$11.50 PER TON.
L. H. BAIN COAL CO.
MAIN 2151 OR MAIN 3531.
Illinois Lump, $10.50
per Ton
Nice, large coal, good for furnace or
stove. Illinois ogg, 310. Prospect 3280.
Auto. 62-381.
COAL
Why not buy from nn Independent con
cern. Call North 9161 and Investigate.
MITCHELL coal for furnaces and all
other coal for sale. R. &a. COAL COM
PANY. Prospect 6360. 927 4 Virginia ave.
IND. and ILL. "
WEAVER COAL OQ.
11l Leota St. Prospect 2201.
Indiana mine run, $7.25 ton.
Prospect 3280. Auto. 52-384.
FO R SA i„E—Cml „ n d "wood! INTER
BTaTE PRODUCTS CO. Main 983.
INDIANA COAL AT a'SaVING.
[ NORTH 9161. {
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1,1920.
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Old Ben Franklin said:
“A PENNY SAVED,
IS A PENNY
EARNED.”
Now days you save DOL
LARS by patronizing these
advertisers. You will find
bargains under—
Miscellaneous For Sale
Real Estate For Sale
. Autos For Sale
and many other classifica
tions.
READ THEM ALL.
4
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE.
4
IF SOLD AT ONCE
Wo have a bargain, flve-room
house on Centennial utreet. Elec
tric light**, water in kitchen, new
ly painted ami decorated. all
woodwork roflnlaed, new gut tern.
A dandy little home. Full lot
with 7 fruit trees; SSOO down and
email monthly payments gives
Immediate possession.
Call Paul V. Mat kin. Realtor.
Gregory & Appel, Inc.
Main 995. Residence, North 7013.
SIOO CASH, $25
MONTHLY
buys 5-room cottage, let 61x240 feet, on
E. Fifty-Second street, near College ave.
Lot alone worth the price asked
Investors’ Banking Service
Corp.
112 E. Market St. _ Main 1624,
SSOO CASH
Good s-.ibstair tls i flve-room eottage lo
oatsd on M&rttndale ave . slectrlc lights,
gas, w.-,: and ctsttrn. Doubts garage;
large lot; price 32,500.
Schmid & Smith
Main 4088.
$250 CASH,
Ralanee monthly, buy* pretty 4-room with
electric lights and gas. Now ready to
move Into. Just been newly decorated
and painted Inside ami out. Located
south. Price only 32,250.
Kusse H. Hartman,
NEW HOUSES.
Large lot Just west of city at low price*
and Immediate possession on payment# and
terms.
R. B. WILSON. REALTOR.
108 N. Delaware St. Main 1613.
110 CASH, then only *1.25 weekly secure*
a beautiful, large high level lot In that
g • ■ *—•’. • • hlrtj i ghtl
and two squares southeast of fair grounds.
Piles this week only 3525. 540 Lemcke
Annex. Mala 1402.
: I)OUIiLK,~SO'UTIT~
Fiv room* i *sa tw> of
Shelby car lino UiP.y $: $ v*o c&ah,
balance payment a. Call Mr H m with
\Y. L. Bridges, Keaitor
336-9 K of P. Illug. Main 4114.
Evening*. Irving’ton 2401.
1600 SOL Til
li<*nu? 1 ful 6 room homo all on ground
floor. Ha all modern convgntanc**; ga*
rag* with front drive. Prleo SO9O.
Trmn.
b TATE SAVINGS AND TRUST CO.
Main 4517. Evening*. .North *724.
LOTS
Southern nvrnu*. Price S7SO. T+rrna $1
down and $1 per vv©k.
1. N. Richie A: Son.
Room 303. 157 E Maurkat St
COTTA* •L, ItH Highland ave.. 5 room*.
• Intern, city water in yard. *■** ele- trlo
light*, deep Lit. pavel treet. $7,000, good
tertian. Mr. TTueb: *od.
HKLdAiiLi; REALTY CO..
501 City Truat Bldg Main IS$. Evening*.
Irvington ii**
COLORED BUYERS
Double 5 rooiatt on side, bath, furnace,
electric light". West Twenty-fifth; good
house, good Investment. See u for spe
cial price and terms.
HALL & HILL.
147 E Market St.
DOUBLE, near W. Michigan on King ave..
6 rooms to a side. gas. cistern, well, cel
lar. Impi v.-d at!*' t . 34.000; SSOO down.
185 per month. Mr. True! lord
RELIABLE REALTY tO„
501 City Trust Bldg Main 186. Evenings.
Irvington 226"
SUBURBAN
New 4-room suburban hone, will trade
for vacant lot. balance 318 per month.
RELIABLE REALTY COMPANY. Main
116. Evenings Prospect* 1493.
MODERN storeroom and a 11-room house
on same lot, email payments. Balance
less tbs.ii rent. K. B. HOLTAM. Pros
pect 771.
IF you are wanting l.irg.,in In property
on south side In singles and double*,
call Prospect 6184 after 4 p. m-
REAL ESTATE—SALE OR TRADE.
FOR BAI-K OR TRADE- A brick block In
2609 block \V. Michigan street. MAR
TIN MORON'EY, 112 vV. Market. Main
■8425
WI Id, trade equity 6-room cottage for
small car and some cash. Cull 1515
Montcalm street after 6 p. rn.
SUBURBAN.
FIVE rooms, lot 60x200, near a good
school and church three-quarters mile
from \V. Washington etreet car line.
Belmont 4361.
FIVE-ROOM house and half Hi-re. bpllt
in features, electric lights; will trade
ter ellv proj ert j Bel nonl 1331.
REAL ESTATE—WANTED.
HAVE CASH BUYER
for double between College and Illlnoie
street, Mouth of creek. .Mut have large
lot.
Investors’ Bjinking Serv
ice Corp.
112 K. Market St. Main 1624.
CASH CUSTOMER r
For a home flouth or wet, party can
pay reasonable down payment and balance
like rent. Let us look at yours. It may
suit. Mr. Hearn,
Union Trust Cos.
Main 1576. Residence, Harrison 1(124.
“Home, east
In good condition; five or lx rooms;
must be in good condition and a reason
able price. Fan pay part cash and bal
ance like rent. Call Mr. Hearn.
The Union Trust Go.
Main 1676. Residence, Harrison 1024.
HAVE customer tor six or 'seven-room
modern home north or east.; also for 5
room bungalow and double. Call us If
your property is for aulo. Main 107, or
142,
I AM going to buy a home. You may
havo the one 1 want. In any locutiou
at the right price. Address A No. 1111,
Times.
ROOMING houses wanted. Call MR.
SEBREE. Main 6177.
FARMS—FOP SALE.
FARM, 11 MILES NORTH
of monument; 6 miles of fair grounds;
plenty of blue grass pasture; some timber;
springs and running water; suitable for
farm or stock raising. AVl’l sell 100 up to
394 acres of same. Price 3200 an acre.
Would consider some real estate In trade.
Frank S. Clark & Cos.
226 E. Ohio. Main 3377.
140-ACRE farm in Shelby County, beat of
soli said extra fine buildings; only 3200
per acre, t
■i R. B. WILSON.
108 Nl Delaware St. Main 1618.
MISCELLANEOUS —FOR SALE.
GOOD
All Wool
Suits and
Overcoats
honestly tailored to
your measure,
“See for yourself”
LLON
TAILORING CO.
131 E. New York St.
Up One Flight.
New Lumber
Bargain Prices
fx6-l 6-foot Norway p!n*.
Bxß-16 -foot Norway pin*.
3x12-16-foot yellow pine.
Submit bids to A. K. Sheffield.
O & J Tire Cos.
* r vr
Do Your Xmas Shopping Early
FOR
HIS
4 XMAS.
One of our fine nutts or overcoats to h!8
measure at gres'.ly reduced prices.
136.50, 340 50. lIS 50. 362.50 and up.
Trousers and fancy vests ln proportion.
If we haven't his measurements on file,
i present him with one of our "Gift Certifi
cate* " which can be applied on anything
he may select.
W. G SCHNEIDER.
39 WEST OHIO STREET.
Bo sure you are In the right place.
Quit Wearing Ready-Made
raws $ ejo
. kVe ronkf thorn t<t A )/
your tueaiure for
LEON TAILORING CO.
{3l K. NEW VUKK.
! Vp one flight.
Corduroy
Pants / | \
**'*'*’* II
THE PANTS \R /
STORE CO. 11 \ j
Two Store* U Ui
4 4 W. Ohio.
w w
JACKET SUIT, dark blue, six* 34 or 16,
j never worn. two plush costs. full
iength sixes 34 and 30. 3: W. Vermont.
: Malt; 7393.
CINDERS FREE. CALL CITY
HOSPITAL.
COLUMBIA dl. tnc trsi.scribing ma
chine, flue condition. a bargain. Main
3868 5506 or Auto. 24-65S
| kuK SALE "It i'UADK -Two automatic
bowling alle;." cheap. ROY JARED.
Montexumu. ind.
ROLL-TOP oak desk and ch.iilr In per
fect condition. 32 \\. Vermont. Main
7391
BOY'S short pent* eult and one over-
coat, almost new Cal! North 2426.
FOR SALE—-Reed baby buggy. In good
condition, 126. Call Belmont 3174
GRAFE vlnea, first class, 2 years old.
30Tr off. Belmont 2 *67.
ART naadiew r* MARY PICKARD 1 •: 7
Laurel Prospect 8118.
ONE 3-ton spring wagon. 912 S. Delaware
street. Prospect 20;.6.
DESKS at save-half price* on payments
at BAKF.R BROS.
Ft>!t SALE Jllgh-oven gas range. Call
North 1664
WINTER suit, fur trimmed, site 3S. Call
North 6104.
MIS 0: LLANE O US— WANTEQ.
SiSGHEiT CASH
PRICE PAID FOR
SCRAP IRON, METALS
AND RUBBER
CAR LOTS OR LESS.
ALWAYS IN THE MARKET FOR
Boilers, Tanks and
Machinery
INDIANAPOLIS IRON AND METAL
CO.
L. SANTOW, PRESIDENT
1-121 W. RAY ST.
BELMONT 4110
LEW shank”
pays best prices In city for household
goods and fixtures of all kinds. 227 North
New .lereay , treet. Main 2028.
CASH for good roll-top desk; must bo
bargain. North 7013.
H OU 3Eh QLDQO p Da - u
Saved. From the Fire
CANNON STOVES
COOIv STOVES
LAUNDRY STOVES
RANGES
HEATERS, ETC.
Big reductions in all prices.
444 E. Washington st.
BETWEEN NEW JERSEY AND
EAST ETS.
New (Jrex Bugs
86x72 Inches 31.90
64x90 Inches $3.00
6x9 feet 85.60
Bxlo feet $9.60
Bxll feet 8 Inches $11.60
Baker Bros.
219 K. Washington st.
RADIANT HOME —If yeu want a Rad
iant Home baneburner. on payments, go
to BAKER BROS.
CEDAR CHESTS, fourteen; special built.
WILLIAM F. JOHNSON LUMBER CO..
North 7000.
ALL kinds of household goods at save
half prices, on payments. BAKER BROS.
COMBINATION Garland ranges at save
half prices, on payments. BAKER BROS.
PALACE—if you want a Palace hotblast.
on payments, go to BAKER BROS.
KITCHEN cabinets at save-half prices.
Cash or payments. BAKER BROS.
CLERMONT—If you want a Clermont hot
blast on payments, go to BAKER BROS
CHIFFEROBES at save-half prices, on
payments at BAKER BROS.
COAL RANGES at save-half prices on
payments at BAKER BROS.
HOUSEHOLD .9000S
RUGS
Hundreds of rugs, all kinds; wool filler.
Axmlnster, Bozart. velvet. Wiltons, grass
matting, any kind of a rug; we have them.
Come and see our rugs before you buy.
GLAZER
GOOD USED KUUA ’
We have the largest selection ln Indi
anapolis of high-grade used rugs; ail
sixes, at prices that will please you.
USED GOODS STORE.
WE Carry everything ln stock of furnl
ture, rugs, linoleum, bedding; also heat
ing stove-s, cook stoves and ranges, hot
plates and oil stoves. Yours for the low
est prices in the city. Terms. E. KROOT.
607-9 yv. Washington.
INVALID CHAIRS and crutches to rent*;
free delitery to all parts of city; In
valid chairs $8.60 per month.
Baker bros.,
DAVENOS at save-half prices on pay
ments at BAKER BROS.
FOR SALE—Good iron beds and springs.
$7.00. Circle 1850.
GAS RANGES at save-half prices, on pay
ments. BAKER BROS.
FI RNITURE for sale, 2352 Schrlver ave.
Call North 2368.
MUSt CAL IN STR UM ENTS.
COLUMBIA phonograph, mahogany, $l6O
size, only SB6. Ws save you $36 to $76
on any Victor, Edison, Brunswick or
other standard make.
USFID GOODS STORE. _424 Mass. Ave.
GOOD LOOKING mahogany ptasio, $250?
Folding metal upholstered cot; not used
over 3 weeks, price $29.50. Main 6687.
RECORDS, good records of any make
you desire. 40c. BAKER BROS.. 218
E. Washington.
VIOLINS, V size. <4 sue and full size?
WACHMAN. 628 South Alabama. Pros
pect 5768.
Wli.L pn> $25 to SSO cash for upright
nlano. North 4221.
PEf STOCK AND POULTRY.
WANTED— Homes for healthy homeless
INDIANAPOLIS HUMANE SO
CIETY MUNICIPAL DOG POUND. 924
East New York St. Hours: 11 a, in. to
12 noon daily.
SCRATCH feed; no grit. $2.75. laying
* s 25- Delivered. SCHAFER
FLLD MIIzIsS.. Prospect 4 216.
__ UVE STOCK AND VEHICLES.
FULL-BLOODED Shetland ponv. saddle
galted. broke to drive; gentle, safe for
Children; u;j<> sadie and bridle. 2160 N
< ikpitOl.
TRANSFER and Muheut.
keep moving
.1 at's what w do—transfer and hauling
naV“ S ° I ' p, • ra,,, th " Terminal Baggage
TRACTION TERMINAL
HAUUAGE CO.
- M>in Auto. 31-261.
\i\\// STORAGE CHEAPEST
f llf \Y/ RATES IN CITY. CALL
I If Lti - Everything at rsa
l\ II I eon a hi* price. Packed.
\Sv_Ai [LJJ Jl shipped anywhere.
' O Locked room if deelrr-d.
e t Henry M ,i n
CALI. nIiAXK for tha best service ln
hsu-jng packing, shipping and storage.
ZZ.-2.9 North New oereey St. Main 2028.
~ m A L OT IQ NS.
AUCTION SALE
THURSDAY MgHNINO
9 20 a. m , O". i. at cur auc
t on room. 227 N. New Jersey t.
Me will sen van loads of house
hold go. ,Is. consisting of
Two Mahogany
SaJking Machines
oak dining room suites, leather
daveno library tables. velour
davenport, braes b and mattress
ard springe urt extension tabi*"
ball trees heating and cooking
tnve ( i <iti rv- kt*r*. kftrhen <•<*!>-
Ine-s *ldc-h<4.rtl. ilrrs>er l,e<l
clothes, writing desk refrlg-ra
tore. 100 dozen n.ei.‘" handker
chief*. co. g bum floor covering,
rugs, one lot of groceries ,md
cunr.eii £*>*!*
laKW SHANK.
Auctlo/ir* x.
AUCTION SALE
j THE CLE\ LI,AND. ULNI.'LNNATI, CHI
CAGii £ f-T LOU4H ItY. CO., wl.i sell at
• public auction on Monday December 27
1329 10 m.. at Ii dianep.. :,* Warehouse
Cos . New York licet arid canal,
, lr.tllanap .lij*. Ind., unh'M previously
1 claimed pr. per owners, one < *r■.! of
I I 539 bund let building lath. Consigned to
t Indlanapoiis Mortar ai.d Fuel Cos. Terms
of sale, cash or certified check.
J K VANCE.'
Freight Claim Agent.
C.. 0., C. & St. L. Ky. Cos . Indianapolis,
_ Indiana.
NOTICE.
AUCTION SALE.
Tho ('level till, Cincinnati. Chlrsgo *
st. Louis Ry. Cos., will sell at public auc
tion on Monday. January 17th. 1921. 10
“• . eas! Hide Leota street, at Shelby
itreet coach yards, Indianapolis. Ind . uti
les" previously claimed by proper owners,
:>etu een .0 and 60 cross tlen, one second
band planer. 1 engine and boiler on
wheels, shipment consigned to Indianap
olis Machinery Cos. Terms of Bale cush or
certified cite' k.
J. K. VANCE.
F. C. A., c , C . C a- Sf L. RY. CO.
Indianapolis, Ind.
LEGAL NOTIC£~
State of Indiana. Merlon County, seisin
Probate Court of Marlon County, No.
59-18435, November twin. 1920.
Roe." B. Mitchell, administrator of tho Es
tate of Dora Belch, deceased, vs. Homer
C. Belch, ft at.
The undersigned administrator of tho
estate of Dora Belch, deceased, hereby
gives notice that by virtue of an order of
the I’robate Court of Marion County, In
diana, he will .at the hour of ten o'clock
a tn. on Thursday the 2d day of Decem
ber. 1920. at the law offices of William F.
Heinrichs, number* 223 and 225 Indiana
Trust building. In the city of Indianapolis.
Indiana, and from day to day thereafter
until sold, offer for wale at private *alo
the following described real estate In Mar
i' n County. Indiana. to-wit: Lot No.
f.u’tj -nine (49) tn Smith and Logan's addi
tion to the city of Indianapolis. Said sale
wtd be made subject to the approval of
the court, tor not less than the full ap
praised value of said real estate, and upon
the following terms and conditions: One
third of the purchase money cash In hand,
one-third In nine months anil the remain
ing one-third In eighteen months from date
of sale, with option of purchaser to pay
the full purchase price cash, deferred pay
ments to be evidenced by notes of the pur
chaser bearing 7 per cent interest from
their date, waiving relief and providing
for attorney's fees, and. upon confirmation
of sale, secured by first mortgage upon
the real estate sold. Said sale to be made
free and of the lion of the
mortgage of the defendant, the Colonial
Savings and Loan Association of Indianap
olis, Indiana, and of all other liens except
taxes for the year 1920, subject to which
taxes said sale will he made.
ROBS E. MITCHELL,
Administrator of tho Estate of Dora Belch,
deceased. ,
No. 8067?
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S NOTICE.
United States of America. District of
Indiana, ss:
Whereas, a libel of Information was filed
In the District Court of the United States
for the District of Indiana on the 11th
day of November, 1920, by Frederick Van
Nuys, United States Attorney, on behalf
of the United States, against ione Colo
7-pansengrr motor vehicle, engine number
192374, Indiana license number 168477,
1920, seized at said district for violation
of tho revenue law, and claiming damages
ln the Bum of $• -. and praying process
against said property, and that the same
may be condemned and sold therefor.
Now, therefore, In pursuance of the mo
nition under the seal of sail court to me
directed and delivered. I do hereby give I
public notice to all persons claiming said
goods, or any part thereof, or in any I
manner interested therein, that they be
and appear before the District Court of ;
the United States, to bo held at the city
of Indianapolis, in and for the District
of Indiana, on the first Monday of Decem
ber next, at 10 o’oloo.k of the forenoon
of that day, then and there to Interpose
thetr claims and make their allegations
In that behalf. MARK BTOREN,
Attest: \ Marshal. U. S.
NOBLE C. BUTCER, Clerk.
notice]
Notice Is hereby given, pursuant to the
statute that the undersigned, conducting a
public storage house, will, on Thursday,
Dec. 16. 1920, at 9 a. m., sell for a<:--
erued charges the household and other
goods ln storage for six months with
charges unpaid belonging to the following
named people: Wm. Day. Edna Drles
back. Stella Folts. Russell Moore, Mr). It,
S. Parker, Mrs. Pearl Ross, Henry Smith,
Chester Wilson, Mrs. A. M. Bryan.
PA RTLOW-J ENKINS MOTOR CAP. CO..
419-2 J E. Market street.
legal notice.
NOTICE OF BOND SALE.
Department of Finance—-Office of the City
SKfTf r i.S ur r'.l ijsz
Sealed bids will be received by the city
“t 11 !?,' , the , cit * of iXnapofi mr
l ihVi , twelve o'clock noon on the
loth day of December, 1980. for the whole
dolfM fTfoo nn\ h ® lour hundred thousand
dollars ($400,000) of bonds known as "Fire
bond*^ qul p meii t Bonds, 19 20." Said
Vn I Vt bL ‘ U , ate<l D °- 16 ' and
do Lr. A, ,f* n °m‘hations of one thousand
attlch.it 1.000) each, with interest coupons
rfldt T/ 1 r Wln bear lnte rest at th
annuadv annum, payable semi-
Hdv of on the Ist day of January and
ot . each year of the period of said
?9?i and ’ on the 1,1 a *y ot July.
or,! 1 ' bo , nda Bha 'l he numbered from
:l) to . four hundred (400) both in
an.tl , aaiufl shall mature and be
payable at tne rate of twenty thousand
dollars (s2° 0 < )0 ) on the first day of Jan-
Gizs °T eaC a. yea , r ' beginning in the year
and ending in the year 1941.
Ihe proposals will be opened by the city
controller at his office on, the 15th day
of December, 1920, between the hours of
twelve o’clock noon arid two o'clock p. m.
and said city controller shall thereupon
award said bonds, or if he shall see fit,
a part or any number thereof, to the
highest and best bidder therefor, but said
city controller shall havo the right to
postpone such award until a later date not
beyond Dec. 22, 1920, and also the right
to reject any and all bids and proposals
or any part thereof; and also the right
to accept a part of any bid and to award
upon any bid the whole or less number
of bondA covered by such bid. except only
that no bond shall be sold at less than
par and accrued Interest; and said city
controller shall further have the right ln
his judgment and discretion to award said
bonds a part to one bidder and a part to
another bidder.
Each and every bid and proposal shall
be presented to the city controller sealed
ana shall be accompanied by a duly certl
fteu check upon some responsible bank in
tne city of Indianapolis, Indiana, payable
to the order of the city treasurer, for a
sum of money which shall equal two and
one-half (2 1 *) per centum of the face or
u.ar value of bonds b.d for or proposed to
oe purchased, and ln case any bid or pro-
P^ sa * ®ha)l not be accepted and there
shall be no award of bonds thereon, the
pruned check accompanying - the same
atiall thereupon be returned to Much un
successful bidder or bidders. If there shall
be awarded the whole or any part of
the bonds upon any bid or proposal, the
certified check accompanying the sanie
snail thereupon be delivered to the city
treasurer, who shall thereupon present the
same for payment, and shall be entitled
to collect the same and hold the pro
ceeds collected thereon until the comple
tion of the purchase and payment for the
bonds so awarded, and if for any reason
check shall not be paid upon presen
tation. the city shall retain said check
and shall have Ute right to collect th#
same for Its own use and said check and
proceeds thereof when collected shall be
taken and deemed os agreed and liquidated
lamages for such breach of contract and
o-s a payment thereof to the city
In < ase any successful bidder shall fall
to complete the purchase of bonds so
awarded and to pay for the same within
tne time and maimer therein required or
which may he prescribed by the city con
tr... er, the proceeds of such certified check
deposited by such bidder shall be taken
considered and deemed as agreed ami
llqmdaud damages for the breach of such
made; s contract of purchase and shall be
'.ut<u and deemed as a payment to the
c;!j fur uci damages, and shall be re
tained and held by said city for Its use;
however, if such successful bidder shall
c.uplete the purchase of said bonds
awarded to him. said proceeds of said eer
tm-d check shall thereupon be returned
t*> such bidder, or at the option of the
city controller, at the time of the comple
tin , Os me sate and payment for the bonds,
sale, pn. -eds of said certified check may
‘ ' R eP led and de* :rcd a payment on ac
count ot the purchase of said bonds
Delivery of a,y bonds sold shall be
, made at the office of the city- treasurer of
of Indianapolis, Ind'ana, not later
man tli lyt'i day of December. 1920, or
at such time or times as may ba agreed
upon by mo controller and the purchase
or pur ha:;-rs. provided, however, that the
'Tty controller may extend the time for
K’ji'h delivery r.ot more than 10 days after
tho —day or days specified or agreed upon
B" provided, and the successful
bidder or bidders shall take the bonds
awarded to him or them a ,and pay for tne
■ aide at s i:h p:a -e ar.d time, ai.d his or
j her refusal, r.eg;<. or omission to do so,
"l.all be a breach of the contract of his
hid or proposal on to event of which dam
a:• s .-.hall he retained or recovered as
liquldattd as hereh,above set out.
im.d bonds ar.d the interest coupons shall
be r.eg tlable ar.d j.ayrble at the Union
Trust Company, Indianapolis, Indiana. a:ul
shall be In form as follows;
A'o $1,000.00.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
< rrv i >c ixpian.ii dlls.
MARION COUNTY. STATE OF INDIANA.
Fir- Department Equipment Bond. IKO.
For value received, the city of Indian
; a polls. In Marlon County, Ir. the State ct
1 Indiana, hereby promises to pay to the
; bearer, without any relief from valuation
or appt ilsen • it lows, on Dec. 15 ... .
at the Union Trust Company of Indian
■iPw ;" 1.-diana. <no thousand doilhrs In
lawful money of the United States of
America, together with interest thereon at
the rate of five and one-quarter
I” r cut per annum, trout upiu until paid,
the first interest payable on the 15th day
of June. 1931, and the Interest thereafter
payable semi-annually on the Ist day of
July to January, respectively, upon the
presentation and surrender of the proper
rest < uupnus hereunto attached and
which are made a part of this bond.
Tills bond Is one of an issue of four
hundred (400) bonds, of one thousand
dollars uch. numbered from one (1) to
four hundred (400), both Inclusive, of
date .... Issued by said city of In
dianapolis pursuant to an ordinance passed
by the common council of the city, on
Nov.. 8 1920, and an Act ot the General
Assembly of the S'ate of Indiana, entitled,
"An Act Concerning Municipal Corpora
tions." approved March 6. 1905, and acts
amendatory thereof.
It is hereby certified that ell the condi
tions. acts and things essential to tho
validity of this bond exist, have happened,
and have been. done, and that every re
quirement of iaw affecting the Issue hereof
has been duly complied with, and that this
bond Is within every debt and other limit
prescribed by the Constitution and the
laws of the State of Indiana, and that the
faith and credit of the city of Indianapolis,
Indiana, are hereby irrevocably pledged to
the punctual payment of the principal and
interest of this bond according to Us
terms.
In witness whereof, the common council
of the city of Indianapolis, Indiana, has
caused this bond to be signed by the mayor
and city controller, and attested by the
city clerk, and the corporate seal of said
city to be lureto affixed this .... day of
ROBT. H. BRYSON.
City Controller.
LEGAL NOTICE.
The Indiana State Board of School Book
Commissioners will receive sealed bids until
nine a. m. Friday. December 17, 1920, at
the office of the State Superintendent of
I'ubllc Instruction, in the State House, In
diana potis. Indiana, from publishers of
school text bocks as provided ln the acts
of 1917, pagan 441-443. on a series of
text books for use In the common schools
of the State of Indiana, for a term of five
years. In the following branches of study:
Geography, English Grammar, Spelling,
Physiology. History of the United States,
Domestic Science. Industrial Arts and one
book ln each of the following subjects for
the Junior high school: Literature, lan
guage, mathematics, community civics, and
four elective texts in general science.
None of said text books shall contain
anything of a partisan or sectarian char
acter; and. It is required that they shall
be at least equal in size and quality as
to matter, material, style of binding and
mechanical execution as to standard text
books now ln general use.
The publisher shall state specifically ln
Ills bid the price at which each book will
be furnished, and accompany puch bid
with specimen copies of each and ail books
to be furnished in such bid.
AH bids by publishers must be accom
panied by a bond ln the penal sum of
fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to the ac
ceptance and satisfaction of tho Governor
of the State of Indiana, conditioned that
If any contract bo awarded to any bidder
such bidder will enter into a contract to
perform the conditions of this bid to the
acceptance and satisfaction of said board.
No hid shall be considered unless the
same be accompanied by an affidavit of
the bidder setting forth that he Is In no
wise, directly or Indirectly, connected with
any other publisher or firm who is bid
ding for books submitted to said board,
nor has any pecuniary Interest ln any
other publisher or firm bidding at the i
same time, and that he In not a party to
any cor.trjet, syndicate, or other schemo
whereby the benefits of competition are
denied to the people of this State.
The Indiana State Board of School Book
Commissioners reserves the. right to ac
cept or reject any or all bids, or any part
thereof for any. particular Wok or books.
By order ot the Indiana State Board of
School Book Commissioners.
L. N. HINES, President.
E. U. GRAFF, Secretary.
~~~~ At-'
FIRST end second mortgages on Indiana
and Indianapolis real estate. R. B. WIL
SON. 103 N. Delaware st. Mnln ISIS.
INSURANCE in ail bra no h ea. AC BUSY
D. PORTER. 916 Peoples Bank bldg.
Main X 049. i
MONEY to loan, on city and farm broker- J
ag'i. 65 ’When bids.
FINANCIAL.
a.
PERSONAL LOANS
S2O TO S3OO
This office Is operated under the super*
vision of the State of Indiana and was es
tablished for the purpose of providing a
place where honest people can borrow
any amount from S2O to SBOO without
paying more than the legal rate of In
terest or without being imposed upon in
any way.
It Is only necessary that you are keep
ing house and permanently located. -
NO WORTHY PERSON REFUSED
We do not notify your employer,
neither do we make Inquiries of your
friends, relatives or trades people.
You can have all the time necessary for -
repayment and pay only for the actual
time you keep the money. Cali and let
us explain. No charge unless you bor
row. Loans with other companies paid
off and more money advanced at legal
rates.
IF IN A HURRY PHONE MAIN
2923 OR AUTO 22-450.
SECURITY MORTGAGE
LOAN CO.
Rooms 206-7-9 Indiana Trust Bldg. A
113 K. Wash. St. Corner Virginia Ave.
YOb CAN
BORROW MONEY
SO CHEAP
end on such easy terms of repayment
from the Fidelity Loan Company, a li
censed and bonded firm, for use in paying;
overdue bills or to buy the things you
need for CASH at BARGAIN PRICES
that every one should take advantage of
our service.
LOANS ON FURNITURE
$20.00 to $300.00
et legal rates, on short notice and without
publicity. We g’ve you ail tbs time you
want to repiV a loan and only charge for
the actual time you have the money. Fair
Isn't It?
You Can Afford to Borrow
On $ 40 pay $2 a month and interest
On $ CO pay $3 a month and interest
On SiQO pay $5 a month and interest
PAY MORE ANY TIME AND REDUCB
THE COST.
IN YOUR BEHALF
We are on the Job eight hours a day, an<t
through personal contact and personal
service, plus a deep personal lnteres„ we
can serve you and your friends as you
wish to be served In these unusual times
business friendships, close relations, mu
tual underKtandings and co-operation are
real assets to all jf us. We are ready to
go three-fourths of the way. Now It la
op to you.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.
106 E. Market St.
WE ARE PHKPAKBD TO MAKE HEAL
ESTATE LOANS PROMPTLY. WE
PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS.
MORTGAGES. BONDS AND STOCKS
LISTED AND UNLISTED.
INDIANAPOLIS SECURITIES CO.
FRANK K SAWYER. Praa.
Fifth floor Indianapolis Securities Bldg.
Southwest corner Delaware and Mnrket-
mortgage loans made on good
farms and Improved city real estate.
GIBRALTAR FINANCE COMPANY, 108
North Delaware street.
FIREMEN VISIT
ENGINE HOUSES
Delegates to Congress Inspect
City’s Equipment.
Visiting firemen who are attending the
fire congress made a tour of inspection of
the Indianapolis engine houses this,
morning under the supervision of Leoa
T-. Wolf, Cincinnati, instructor, and VV.
E. Longfellow, Washington, of the
American Red Cross.
A "get together meeting" was held at
•Tomlinson Hall. Jacob ITilkene. Indi
anapolis chief of tire prevention, dig-,
cussed "Fire Department Inapectiona."
E. It. Towimend, an engineer of the
National Board of Fire Underwriters,
discussed "Standardization of Hose
• Couplings." "The Volunteer Fire De
i parunent” was the subject of H. E.
! Homey, secretary of the Northeastern
■ Indiana Fire Chiefs’ Association. Fol
| lowing the session a demonstration of
chemical extinguishers was given.
Mayor Jewett will give the welcoming
address st the evening session, and O.
E. Fvlnger, chief of the Terre Haute
Fire Department, will respond.
The program will Include a motion pic
ture of "The Fire School Film;’’ talks
bv Mr. Wolf on "Fire Prevention, Firs
Protection, Fire Extinguishers;” by
C ,pt. .1. J. Conway of the National Board
of Fire Underwriters on "Influence of
Inspections on Insurance ruites;” by T.
Alfred Fleming, chief of conservation
, division, National Hoard of Fire Un
derwriters, on "Conservation."
A film styled "An Unbeliever Con
vinced" will also be shown and C. A.
Purcell of the American Atmos Corpora
tion will demonstrate gas helmets, yul
moters and breathing apparatus.
Miss Eakins to Talk
About Advertising
What promises to he a unique adver
tising talk will be given by Miss Eleanor
Eakins. investigator of the Capper pub
lications. before the Indianapolis Adver
tising Club, tomorrow, at a noon lunch
eon in the Chamber of Commerce build
ing.
Miss Eakins has made hundreds of
personal interviews with women in dif
ferent parts of the country and, discov
ering' their needs in this manner, has
proceeded to find the way to teach IhmQ
through advertising.
Had ‘Blackjack’ in
Room; Two Arrested
A "blackjack” in the drawer of a room
at a downtown hotel caused the arrest
of William A. Fisher, 24, of Detroit,
Mich., and Lee Summers, 39, of Quincy,
Ind., early today on charges of vagrancy.,
The arrest was made by detectives who
were investigating men in the hotels and
who learned the two had not been
employed. It is said.
The police found two pawn check* ln
Fisher’s pockets, one for a watch and
the other for a suit of clothes.
Meeting’ Tonight for
Second Division Men
All men who were members of the
2d Division ln the World War are urged
by several of their "buddies” to at
tend the first meeting of the fid Division
Club of Indianapolis in the Board of
Trade library at 8 o'clock tonight.
Tho club was organised Nov. 23, with
an initial membership of thirty-live. It
is hoped to increase the membership to
100 or more.
Some More People
Report Things Stolen
A burglar entered the home of John
Wolf, 270S West Tenth street, last night,
stealing a flashlight and a pair of eye
glasses.
William Beam, 2033 North Capitol
avenue, told the police that a thief took
a wire wheel and tire off the back of ,
his automobile while it was parked ln
front of the Indiana Trust building yes
terday afternoon.
Anderson Men Get
U. S. Summonses
Sm-cial to Tho Times.
ANDERSON. Ind., Dec. I.—Officers
from the United States marshal’s office
arrlved\ here late yesterday and Issued
summons to a half a dozen Anderson
men to appear a3 witnesses before the'
Federal grand jury Dec. 11, at which’
time a probe of alleged liquor ring ln
Indiana cities will be started.
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