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INDIANA DAILY TIMES
25-23 S. Meridian St.
PHONES—CLASSIFIED
ADV. DEPT.
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Male or female help wanted, situa
tion wanted, male or female; room* to
let and board and room* wanted—
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Six con.-ecuave time* 02 per line
Contract rate* .in application.
Legs! notices ... .09 per line
Lodges and club
notices 75c per Insertion
Church notice- (1 Inch or
tesst 50c per insertion
Over 1 Inch. .07 per Una- additional.
Death notices. 33c per insertion
Card of Thanks or In Mentorlam
rotices 07 per line
Ads received antll 10:80 a. m. for
publication same day.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
PLANNER & BUCHANAN
3*o North Hanots St.
Funeral directors to the peopla of
lndlanapolia since 1887.
Phones Main 841-642. Auto. 23-641.
INDIANAPOLIH CUEVIATOHY.
Ucorge urmstemer
Funeral director. 023 Kart Market. Old
Phone Main 908. New Phone. 27-20*.
aTmTh,? gdale. J. Waleu 3‘riue. juue Peu:
Ragsdale.
A. M. RAGSDALE CO.
' J. C. VVI LSGIS
12*0 Prospect. Auto. 51-271. Prospect 222.
W. T. BLASKNGYM
1235 Shetiiv st. P-o*. 2570. Auto. 61-114
rUMC/utl. DIRECTORS—
WM E. KRIEGKR,
New IJ IS4 Main 1454 I*o2 N. TMI*M
GADI> -BERT R GADS. 2120 Prospect at
Phones: Prospect 422. Automatic 53-278.
UN DLRTA KERS—-HIPEY A TITUS. 351
North Del. New 22-5*4 Msln 2*30.
FEENEY & FEEN'ET.
Auto. 24-193. 1024 N. Illinois. Main 2S.
cTfcATH AND FUNERAL NOTICE*!
ISENFLAM. EMIL E.—Beloved husband
of Lillian Amphor Isenflam, passed away
Thursday. Dec. 9. at 7 p. m.. age 3S
years. Services at the home of his mother.
1047 E. Ohio street. Monday 2 p. m.
Friends Invited. Burial Crown Hill. Pri
vate.
CHURCH notices.
THE ASSOCIATED
BIBLE STUDENTS
ASSOCIATION
Metropolitan School of
N Music
3 p. m., Sunday, December 12.
SUBJECT:
“A New Dispensation Dawning;
Millions of the Present Genera
tion Will Never See Death.”
By
EVAN R. DUNN.
SEATS FREE.
NO COLLECTION.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE—
First Church of Christ.
Scientist
Meridian and Twentteth streets. Panda*
services at 11 a. ra. and 2 p. m. Su.-dev
school at 11 a. m. W*lnrMlpy evening
testimonial meeting at 8 o'clock. Reading
rooms at 80S Kann building, are open
daily, except wunday. 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
and Wednesday when they close at 1
p m.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE—
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST.
Delaware and Twelfth eta.
Sunday services 11 a. m. and 8 p. ro
Sunday school at 5 30 and 11 a. m.
Wednesday evening testimonial meetln*
at 8 o'clock. Reading room. *ll Odd Fel
low bldg ; open daily from 10-'a. m. to 2
p. m. except Wednesday, when It 1* closed
at 5 p. m. Open Sunday from 2 to 5 p. m.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE—
THIRD CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST
2350 Washington Huuievaru.
Sunday morning service 11 a m. Sun
day evening service at & o’clock Sun
day :hool 9:15 a. m. Wednes
day evening testimonial meeting at 8
o'clock. Heading room at 205 East
Thirty-fourth street. Open from 10 el m.
to 9 p. m.. except Wednesday, when closed
at 7:30 p. m.
ORIENTAL
SPIRITUALISTS
52 44 Mr rrrinn Halt, second floor. Monu
ment Circle. Meet every Sunday. 71a
p. m. Fra!.kiln P. Hitter*. B. S. M. D..
lecturer. Subject. "Reincarnation.'' Mes
sages by Mrs. Compton White and others.
Ail welcome. Free. George T. Avery,
president.
PROGRESSIVE SPIRITUALIST CHURCH
Red Men's Hall, corner Capitol avenue
and North street. Services every Sunday
at 7:45 p. m. Inspirational lecture by
MRS. EMMA KIRK.
Messages will be giver, by
iIRS. ANNA THRO.VDSEX.
The Ladles' Aid will meet at the home
of Mrs. Throndsen. 1*33 College avenue,
on Tuesday at 2 p. m. All spiritualists
and public are invited and made welcome.
THE FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH.
*OB N. Liberty street, holds services Sun
<!*'■ 7:45 p m. lecture by B. 4-'. Hayden,
followed with messages. Ladies* Aid will
give a social and oyster supper tonight.
Dec. 11. On Wednesday at 2 and 7:20 p.
m_. regular message services. All made
welcome.
FOUND
oeoooooooooeoooooooooAooeAooiauuel
AIREDALE pup. about 18 months old,
wearing leather collar 2V9 Inches wide,
answers to name of Speedy. Finder call
Main 4851. Reasonable reward.
LOST OR STOLEN—SmaII black and tan
beagle hound, female: answers name
Queen. Belmont 2806. 1301 Howard. Re
WUSD —Pair of glasses on S. Pennsyl
vania street Tuesday. Call Prospect
2854.
LOST—lack fur between 27th and 2Sth
ats. Return to 2827 Gale st. Reward.
FOR SALE—Thoroughbred fox terrier at
Prospect 1276.
BUSINESS SERVICES.
HOUSE WIRING
and
FIXTURES
Twelve months to pay.
Phone North 3010.
SEWING MACHINES
Rented, $3 per mo.
All makea machines repaired. Every
piece, part or screw for any sewing ma
chine
White Sewing Machine Cos.
Main 222. Auto. 25-212. 812 Mass Are
FEATHERS
Bought, sold, renovated, mattreaaea and
Pillow* made to order. E. F. BURXLE,
418 Maas ave. Main 1438. New 22-778.
SAFETY RAZOR BLADES
evened TUTTLEPOK 221 Indtn *v
la'cb" curtains to laundert first-class
work guaranteed. Prospect 81*7.
EXPERT CASH REGISTER REPAIRING,
lit VVj Ohio fit. Circle M.
MALE HELP—WANTED.
MEN. women, girls, over 17. wanted for
V. S. Government life Jobs; *lB5-1200
month. Paid vacation. No strikes or lay
offs. Short hours. Common education
sufficient. Pull unnecessary. Write Im
mediately for free list positions open.
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. Dept. S4-K,
Rochester, N. T.
WANTED immediately by U. S. Govern
ment. hundreds men, women, over 17;
permanent life positions; *1,400 to $2,300
year; pleasant work; short hours; vacation
with pay; common education 11016111:
puli unnecessary; write Immediately for
list positions open. FRANKLIN INSTI
TUTE, dept. 94-J, Rochester, N. Y.
MEN to travel, get an education and learn
a trade, 1 or 3 years' enlistment with
*9O bonus at most any location deeired.
Between ages of 17 and 35. Good pay,
all expenses paid. U. S. ARMY, 102 S.
Illinois st., Indianapolis, Ind.
AMBITIOUS - WRITERS, send today for
free, valuable. Instructive book, con
taining many helpful suggestions on writ
ing. selling photoplays, hort stories,
poems. ATLAS PUBLISHING COMPANY,
1067, Cincinnati.
MAN to work this city refinishtn? chan
deliers, brass beds, automobiles by new
method; $lO daily without capital or ex
perience. Write GUNMETAL CO., 96 Elm,
Decatur, 111.
iIICN to learn barber trade. TRI-CITY
BARBER CULIIiGE. 309 E. Washington
It, Indianapolis, Ind. Circle 757.
WANTED, names Indianapolis men 18 to
45. wishing become mall carriers; 11.400
flrst year. Address A No. 1600, Times.
~SITUATION WANTED—MALE.
FLOORS waxed and polished. Harrison 96.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
WANTED—Representative to take
county agency; big demand; hus
tlers make good money. Estab
lished agents make from *l5O to
*250 per week; small Investment %
required; exclusive territory as
signed; experience unnecessary.
If you are looking for a good live
proposition call and see W. C.
WEANER. sales manager, 125 K.
Ohio street, Indianapolis.
WOMEN
To purchase uncalled for cleaned and
dyed garments. This Is your chance for
a bargain. The sale of these goods com
mences Tuesday, Dec. 7. FRENCH
STEAM DYE WORKS. "The Garment
Cleaners.” 4S Monument Circle
c s! GOVERNMENT wants hundreds
women, girls as file clerks, *1,340 year;
particulars fre: answer Immediately. Ad
dress A No. 1102. Times.
EXPERIENCED girl for cooking ana
housework; reference required. Wash
ington 3000. 4203 N. Pennsylvania street.
WANTED —Maid; white; call In person.
SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND. North
and Pennsylvania street.
WANTED Government file clerks. Indian
apolis examinations Dec. 8: 31,340 year,
jgrnpl* questions free. FRANKLIN IN
STITUTE. dept. 616-J, Rochester, N. J U
SAaaSMbN —WAN I C.U
J\JXJLTL/Lru~lJ~LrU~U~lJ~i -
Stock Salesmen Wanted
We want five more live fctock &le*uien.
Our proposition is uausuaiijr* Attractive.
Some choice territory with good leads
scow open. Call at 40 kttrglnia ave. and
i**t u& dhow you one|of our wonderftil lit
tle ice refrigerating machines, making Ice
and refrigerations.
Arctic Ice Machine Cos.
11-13 Arcade. Main 4465.
EXPERIENCED stock raltarncn for nri*
clH'-“ dividend paying scurlil of old
establbH'>hed Indiana corporation. Cali at
room 518 Board of Trade any Tuesday or
Wednesday.
AGENTS--WANTED.
AGENTS—IS to 112 a day easy; 350 l!ht
i-elght. fast selling popular priced neces
sities, food flavors, perfumes soaps, toilet
preparations, etc. Agents' oulflt free.
Write today, quick now. AMERICAN
PRODUCTS CO., "918 American Bldg .
I Cincinnati. Ohio.
ALCOHOL—Our book explaining the
manufacture of ALCOHOL from grain
and molasses. Repr.nted from Govern
: ment flies as permitted at present; 11 pre
paid. SUN SUPPLY CO., 2267 Sun bldg .
. Neve York. X. Y.
HOUSES—TO LET.
| WINONA t.. 4630; four rooms, cottage.
1 sls. Call Washington lIS.
BURNISHED HOUSES AND FLATS.
■ ELEGANTLY furnished i-ronm cottage;
electricity. ga„. well, cistern North
6340. I
ROOMS—TO LIT.
NICELY furnished roßm with private en
trance and private hath, suitable for
one or two; references exchanged. North
i 5571.
ONE. 2 or 3 rooms; do not object to 1 or
2 children; one block from W. Michi
gan car line on Belmont ave Call Bel
mont 622.
FIfRNIKHED room for one or two; pri
vate entrance with bath, referencx re
quired, also steam heat. Call North 6371.
NINETEENTH.'" W.7 131; iiteo/large slew
ing room In private home-, near car ,Ins;
suitable for one or two. Harrison 2748.
WOODRUFF PLACE, S7o“ Middle drive;
desirable room In modern home, for
business man. Woodruff 3727.
A DANDY front room strictly modern*
walking distance, for gentlemen or
couple employed. Circle 3364.
TWO sleeping rooms for gentlemen or
employed couple. 903 N. Capitol. Cir
cle 6004.
NORTH st., attractive room, modern;
walking distance; gentleman. Circle
2233.
SMARTLY furnished modern room for
one or two employed. Irvington 2007.
CENTRAL ave.. 2130; two sleeping rooms,
one suitable for two. Harrison 8004.
PROSPECT st.. 110; two sleeping rooms
for rent. Prospect 7224.
ALABAMA, 725 N.; nice sleeping room;
reasonable. Main 7610. \
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
WHITTIER PLACE. 58; i rooms, furnish
ed light housekeeping; private bath;
furnace heat; privilege living room and
electric laundry; 140 per month. Irving
ton 732.
THREE large housekeeping rooms; nicely
furnished; water in kitchen and private
entrance. Prospect 2107.
BEL LK FONT A INF,. 1432/ 2 furnished
light housekeeping rooms, modern. Cir
cle 2760.
FLETCHER ave., 266; modern furnished
housekeeping or sleeping rooms. Pros
pect 2310.
FRONT housekeeping
square north postoffice. Main 7393.
BOARD AND ROOMS—TO LEtT~
ROOM, board and care given to elderly
persons and Invalids In my own home;
reasonable rates. North 8227.
ONE room, furnb-hed, for 1 or 2 gentle
men. E. Washington car. WoodrufT
2595.
DESK ROOM TO LET
FOR RENT—Furnished desk room at 605
Occidental bids’.
BUBINESB CHANCE*.
GERMAN CITY BONDS AND EXCHANGE
bought now should show 1,000 to 1,500 C
protlt when becomes normal,
write for free particulars. uEO. M. SE
WARD CO.. 127 N. Dearborn street, Chi
cago.
OPPORTUNITY for man to take active
•Interest in going business, *2OO cash will
handle. Apply 312 Indiana Trust bldg.
ROOMING house. 16 rooms. 7 furnlehed;
water ln every room. Price only $400;
atove hp SEBREB, 48 N. Delaware at.
AUTOMOBILE3 FPR SALE.
MORE NEWS ABOUT
THE 810 CLEARANCE
SALE
5 Cadillacs Are Included In Our Used
Car Stock
• Yes, they were traded in on
Marraons. All are in good con
dition and ready for your close
inspection.
1920 Model 59 CADILLAC 2-
passenger roadster heads the pro
cession. A winter top will keep
you snug and warm. This car has
been driven only about 6,000 miles
and so cannot help but be In very
good condition. It has Just been
reflnlshed In our shop and has the
appearance of anew car. This
current model may be had at
*3,600.
1918 Model 57 CADILLAC coupe,
has always hud the best of care.
This Is the most Important bit of
Information one can obtain about
” a used car. It Is equipped with
good cord tires. The upholstery
Is in excellent shape, like every
thing else about the car. Priced
at *2,500.
1918 Model 57 CADILLAC, 7-
passenger touring car, has Just
been repainted green, with tho
hood and trimming In black. It is
in good mechanical shape, and the
upholstery and top are also O. K.
The general appearance of the car
Is very pleasing. At *2,300, this
is a bargain.
1917 Model 55 CADILLAC sedan.
Is of the 7-passenger convertible
type. It has recently been rellnished
brewster green. A demonstration
will prove to you the excellent
mechanical condition of the car.
with four doors and a design that
Insures maximum room and com
fort. this sedan Is a really re
markable buy at *1.650.
Mode! 51 CADILLAC. 7-passen
ger touring car, Is ready to be
demonstrated to you. Top, up
holstery and cord tires are all
ready for your Inspection. We
have no doubt about your verdict
when you hear the price—only
*1.250.
SOME OF OUR CLOSED CARS
FOR WINTER TIME ARK
LISTED BELOW.
MARMON RENEWED SEDANS.
YOU KNOW ABOUT THEM 1
COLE SEDAN. 1919 model.*3.ooo
NATIONAL SEDAN. 1917
model *1,150
HUDSON SEDAN. 1917
model - *1,500
KIS3ELL SEDAN. 6-42 *I.OOO
PAIGE SEDAN. 1918
model *1.600
DODGE SEDAN. 1913
model $1,200
IT WILL BE WORTH WHILE TO
VISIT OUR CLEARANCE SALE—
YOU WILL FIND MOST ANY CAR
YOU WANT.
Local Branch, Main 1884.
Eleventh ami Meridian Sts.
NORDYKE &
MARMON CO.
Overland 4
A 1920 Overland touring that
has been driven Just far enough
to be well broken In. I* In ex
cellent condition and our price
Insures a quick sale. Terms If
desired. Used Car Department,
second loor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
“HE BOUGHT A NASH”
If you want to *•* some bargain *** the
following car* at customer’* price*, They
are realty so low that you will reallz*
why we eel! o many used car*.
Butck E 44. roadster.
Buiek K 45. touring.
National "6 ’ touring. 4 passenger,
Chevrolet 4 30, touring, very cheap.
Monroe, Rex top, touring
Overland 90. Rsx top, touring.
Nash lourtug 1919.
Buick K. sedan. 5 passenger; good as
n*w. 5 cord tires.
Nash sedan 5 passenger, renewed and
guaranteed, 80 days service.
Cash or reasonable term*
LOSEY-NASU RETAIL CO.
Main 3348
Chevrolet 490
0
The xplendld condition and the
price ankad for thin roadster will
Immediately win your decision.
Car haK bn overhauled nd re
painted. Juat the car for the per
on who *nly want* to Invent a
few hundred dollars. Kaay termg
can b* arranged. Used Car De
partment. wcond floor.
TIIE GIBSON COMPANY
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
Overland 80
*260 was the amount due us and
th sum for which we will sell
this Overland model 80 touring
car. Motor wa* recently over
hauled and palht 1* In good con
dition. We have made special ar
rangement to display this unusud
value In the Used Car Depart
ment of the Gibson Company
Capitol avenue at Michigan.
ATLAS SECURITIES CO.
7CB Fletcher Savings & Trust bldg.
1918 STUDEBAKER
TOURING
Fine Condition, 5 good tires. Cash
or payments.
IRVINGTON 1779.
DORT TOURING
Fine condition. Completely over
hauled, 4 new tires. Small payment
down, balance 12 months if desired.
IRVINGTON 1643.
SPECIAL sale of all used earn; Omnli
payment down, balance one year, no
brokerage. 46 burgalna. Come In and
look them over. AUTOMOBILE TRAD
ING CO., 565-57 North Capltot avenue.
FORD TOURING, 1918
In excellent shape; bargain. Phone
Harrison 446 after 6 p. m. 2037 North
New Jersey.
ONE 1370 Ford truck. equipped with
stock rack* and cab. Price quick sale
*4OO. BELL-THARP SALES CO. Main
46*4.
WE have xeversl touring cars and road
sters. Will trade for diamond*, stock or
equities In city property. 834 E. Market
•treat. Main 6716.
LIBERTY 6, 1919 model; guaranteed In
first-class condition, *l,lOO. INDI
AN A POLLS AUTO SALES CO„ 235 North
Pennsylvania street.
SPECIA L built *peed*ter7 INDIAN
OLIS AUTO SALES CO.. 235 North
Pennsylvania street.
1920 STEPHENS. aport model; abso
lutely In A-l ahas>, *1,600. 236 North
Pennsylvania.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1920.
If you are determined
to find a better place
yon will find it and you
will start finding it
through a Times Help
Want Ad.
Main 3500
Auto. 28-351
s >
AU TO MO Bl LES FOR SALE.
Willy s-Rniglit
A model 88 touring that Is lux
urious and powerful, yet economi
cal to operate. Exceptional motor
and faultlessly repainted. Make a
moderate down payment and
meet the balance as you ride.
Used Car Department, second floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
IT WILL PAY YOU
to Investigate this bargain.
Grant six touring with good
tires, top and upholstering.
Motor in A-l shape. Will sac
rifice at S3OO, or will trade
for good Ford. Irvington
3353.
1920 Ford
Call at once If you want this
Ford ourlng car that was only
driven one week. Equipped with
shock absorbers and special steer
ing wheel. In excellent condition.
Our price is right and easy terms
can be arranged. Used Car De
partment, second floor.
THE GIBSON COMPANY
Capitol Avenue at Michigan.
EITHER NEW OR USED CARB.
INVESTIGATE OUR YEAR PLAN
“YOU SELECT TIIE CAR.
WE FURNISH THE MONEY”
AUTOMOHILE FUNDING CO
912-13 Hume-Mansur Bldg.
Special Sale
SIOO J
*125
down
will buy o good used car. Your own
terms. INDIA NAPOLIb AUTO FARTS
AM) TIRE CO.. 618 N. Capitol Are.
Main 26*8 Auto. 22-019.
DETROIT electric four pnreenger; ex
cellent mechanical condition; new hat
tery Jug Installed, exceptional value, **:.(),
DETROIT ELECTRIC SALES CO.
963 N. Meridian St.
* Auto 22-225.
MAXWELL. tTti touring; a reel buy
*3OO Call CHAMBERS Auto 39-231.
evenings.
OVERLAND louring car. first-class con
dition. 260 8. Sherman Drive.
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 he given.
212 E. NEW YORK ST.
AUTOS WANTED
I. Wolf Auto Parts A Tire Cos.
619 X. IHlrioi* St Main *B7B. Auto. 32-068.
AUTO REPAIRS AND BUPPUEB.
Send us your radiator work
Our prices arc the very lowest
31.60 to $6,00 labor charges.
Every Job passes double tesi Uforo de
livery. If your radiator leaks let us re
pair It.
POPE RADIATOR CO.
901 E. Washington st. Phone Pros.
436.
NEW CURTAINS MADE To ORDER
Curtains made to open with door; re
pairing and celluloid sewed In your old
curt sins.
KENTUCKY AVENUE VULCANIZING
COMPANY.
33 Kentucky Avonii*
I AUTOMOBILE owners, repairmen and
garagemeo Send Urn FREE copy Ameri
can Automobile Dlg-rt contains illus
trated. helpful. instructive information
you need drily. AMERICAN AUTOMO
BILE DIGEST. 87. Cincinnati.
BATiLRIES'.
New and guaranteed for any car.
Rebuilt, repaired, recharged.
Open until 9 pm.
BATTERY DISTRIBUTING CO.
COT Mass. Ave. Main 3148.
AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty, 222-334 North Illinois
S & S Auto Laundry
AUTO paint In* FLE MI NG~i REED. 130-
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES.
BUY THE BOY A BICYCLE FOB
CHRITSMAS.
SIO.OO down, $2.00 per week.
ERNEST HUGHES CO
584-36 Mess. Ave. Main *404.
CASH pild for alt kinds of motorcycles.
FLOYD PETERMAN, 609 Massichu
setts avenue.
AUTQB ANO TRUCK* HOR HIHR
U-DRIVE 'EM.
Automobiles rented to drive yourself
MARKET MOTOR SERVICE.
234 E. Market St. Main 5716.
AUTOS for rent. Do your own driving"
li-Drlve Auto Service, at Hoosler
Laundry. Haar Kelthja theater. Main 6921.
INSTRUCTION®.
Make It a
* HAWAIIAN
CHRISTMAS
-— _ Bo practical In your
- 5P’ . \ Xmas giving. Could
jk you make a gift of
V w, yl more real value or
\ V ori9 more accept
able to a child or
a friend or even to yourself than a musi
cal instrument and a course of lessons?
Tho ability to play some musloal instru
ment w ill make your gift remembered for
life. Until holidays we will give you
your choice of those beautiful instruments
—Hawullan guitar, ukulele, banjo, man
dolin. violin or other small instrument
and case absolutely free with each en
rollment. YV r e guarantee to teach you to
play ilfty-two pieces In your lirst term.
Sold on payments If desired. We also
teach piano. Open Tuesday, Friday and
Saturday evenings.
HAWAIIAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
26 W. Washington St. Main 1072.
AMBItToUM WRITE SiT send - today for
free, valuable, Instructive book. con
taining many helpful suggestions on writ
ing, selling photoplays, short stories
poems. ATLAS PUBLISHING COM
CLERKS, over 17, for postal mail service;
$125 month; experience unnecessary.
For free particulars of examination write
R. TERRY’ (former civil service examiner)
656 Continental bldg.. Washington. D. C.
DANCING—AH kinds taught; day or eve
ning; violin, stage dancing acts taught,
completed for good engagement*. Call
PROF. RAY’NO, 224 W. Ohio st. Main
BACKWARD CHILDREN
taught In private home. Address A No.
1117. Times.
TAKE The Timas Want ad route to reaca
the home. #
REAL ESTATE-—PO SALE.
IMMEDIATE
POSSESSION
SMALL PAYMENT.
A modern six-room home on
Gray street. Call owner, A. R.
Kimmich. Main 1499, or Circle
6431 after 6 p. m.
LOOK
*6OO DOWN
will buy six-room semi-modern home In
1 one of the best locations west near AV/tnh
lngton car. Priced for quick sale **3,260.
Call J. W. Eider.
Evenings, Irvington 3406.
Sthmid & Smith.
184 N. Illinois. Main 408S.
DOUBLE ON PA YMENTS
*6OO cash, balance *3O per month.
House rents for *2O per aide. One side
held vacant for purchaser; 6 rooms each
side; llrst-class condition. Located north
east near Michigan and Highland.
Price *3,200.
Russe H. Hartman,
224 N. Delaware.
“TIBBS AVE 7“
BUNGALOW
Four rooms, well, cistern and garage.
Lot 90x137. The ground alone Is worth
the price of all, *2.500. Might consider
some trade. STATE SAVINGS AND
TRUST CO. Main 4617. Residence, Bel
mont 2037.
A NEW, never occupied five-room bunga
low on Guilford ave. north of Forty
second st. This Is a dandy little home,
strictly modern and very easy terms can
be made. Washington 1079.
' USPECI ALIZE~E AST "
I have a modern 5-room single on an
Improved street east of Belt for *4,800.
Cull Mr. Khynerson. Woodruff 2415.
Trade a lot as first payment on another
bungalow eust. Call Washington 4620.
W. L. Bridges, Realtor.
336-9 K. of P. Main 4114.
EIGHT-llStiM modern home, east front,
nice lot. shrubbery, on paved street;
Rural, near Michigan. Price *4.760. Can
be handled on terms. Washington 1079.
'"“S2SO~CASH, S2O~ M ONTII.
; buvs g'od 6-room home on Ringgold st., :
near Cottage a.enue; electric lights, gas.
! city water at r ’nk In kwehen. Price only
*2,250. See this.
Henry & Robins.
Realtor*.
153 E. Market. Main 5531.
Sti :
double. 8 room* to a side;
hardware floor* through- j
A W. ut best buy In the city; :
SI,OOO cash, balance *110!
a month. Will rent for *7 5 a side. See j
Templeton. Main 557 4, with
BERT ESSEX, 208 American Centra!
LI re Bldg.
$lO CASH, then only $1.26 weekly secures
a beautiful, lutge high level lot In that
good section e'e-e to Thirty-Eighth street
and two square* southeast of fair grounds.
Price tbl* week only $525. 540 Lemcke
i Annex. Main HOS.
.yeah iTullyl "and WASH
INGTON
Dandy east front 5-room bungalow;
'city water, gn . el--trie light*, b-isement.
garage full lot. $2 600 Mr Trueblood.
RELIABLE RE ALT \ Cu.. 501 City Trust
, ltidg Main 186 Eve . Irvington 2268.
A DOUBLE, DOUBLE BUY. '
| Six rooms a side, modern except bard
; wood floor*. Cto*- In Only $5.25#,
SI,OOO down. Act quh-kly.
Frank I>. ( lark & Cos.
I K. Ohio St. Main 3377.
PARKWAY BI.VD . five room?, corner
b*t. newly p.-. in ted and papered, gas.
electricity, paved *trevt. Price $2,500; J
. terms SSOO cash, A. F. ZAINLY, 149 E.
| Market. !
FIVE-ROOM house, alt nice room*, elec
tric light*, both water* In kitchen. 2 ‘
square* fr m \V. I- car llns. 867 South j
Pershing ; if. •* tier __ :
IF you are v anting bargain* In property
on south aide In singles end double*,
call Prospect *154 after 4 p. m
REAL ESTATE —SUBURBAN.^
NORTH
5V* aicr*9. 4-r<> 'R bur.f <ilow; w#ll
and **!*•<! NVnr Intel urban, Prle* $2.S5>.
Will trade for city property. Owner. Main
186 Evening*. Prospect 1492
LOIS FOR SALE.
LOT BARGAIN
Mv equity In two lots. Call and give
rue an offer. MR. COX. Main 8713.
TWO splendid lot* north, belong to non
resident, n-.ust sell. FaRIS. 213 Ilium-
Mansur. Mein 6071.
lX>T~f"r e tle. n, ar Garfield Park. Call
Woodruff 4092. .
REAL ESTA I E—SALE OR TRADE.
4-ROOM house, Bedford, Indiana, want |
bungalow. WM. SCOTT, "30 People 1 *
Hank Bldg. Main 868.
REAL ESTATE—WANTED.
WE HAVE buyer* for five or 6-room mod
ern or aeml-modern homes, south and
west on payment*. We inn sell your* If
priced right.
Kirk McKinney. Realtor.
WASHINGTON BANK Ai TRUST CO.
357 W. Washington at.
fO cell your real estate, hu*lnea* or pat
ent. Writ* NORTHWESTERN BUSI
NESS AGENCY. Minneapolis. Minn.
For QUICK sale Hat your property with
us. INVESTORS BANKING SERVICE
Corporation.
F A RM S--FORBAL £,.
FOR SALK—23S-acre dairy. Mock, grain
farm; 70 timber. 2ft pasture, doubt* base
ment. barn, silo, 12-room house; necessary
building*; 8 mites Ann Arbor. Terms. *BO
acre. Will sell on contract. $3,000 down.
\V. McMILLEN, 1723 Jackson ave.. Ann
Arbor. Mich.
Ft tit SALE -Ton acres timber land. *IOO
per acre, 20 miles couth of Miami. Fla.,
on Dixie highway. Phone Boimont 1901.
FARMS—FOR SALE OR TRADER
FARMS, city properties, stock of mer
rhundtne, no matter where located. If
you are willing to pay for service let us
know what you have and what you want.
STAUFFER REALTY CO.,
Seymour. Ind.
TRANBFER AND STORAGE
sTttfr // STORAGE CHEAPEST
// *II W/ RATES IN CITY. CALI.
(f ) | \[ US. Everything at rea-
Ii i H ..enable price. Packed,
1) fr i J || shipped anywhere.
Locked rcom if desired.
$0 We t Henry. Mala 4691 K
Traction Terminal
Baggage Cos.
Transfer, moving and overland hauling.
Main 1293. Main 6489. Auto. 31-261.
CALL SHANK for the best eervice in
hauling, packing, shipping and storage.
827-229 North New eereoy St. Main 2028.
PROHESsioNAL SERVICES.
Natureopathy.
Swedish Massage Baths and gen
eral treatments. Thorough satisfac
tion. 119 East Vermont street. First
floor front. Hours 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.
VIODKT Kay and ctwedtuti mAH.a|e.
DK VERIiI, 17 Vfc VV. Ohio. Main 3373
D £ T EC f 7yti
Quigley-Hyland Agency
Civil and Criminal Investigator*.
635-528 Law bldg. Main 2902.
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
FURNACES cleaned and repaired. Call
Prozpect. ST.I9
PAPER HANGING Interior decor., enamel
lng; contract. Watler & Watler. N. 5937.
WHEN patronizing these advertlaer* men
tion Th Tlmea
MISCELLANEOUS—FOR SALE.
GOOD
All Woo!
SUITS
and
Overcoats
honestly tailored to
your measure,
$32.50
“See for yourself”
LEON
TAILORING CO.
131 E. New York St.
Up One Flight.
Building Brick
50.000 necond-hand cleaned
and ready for use.
Call A. K. Sheffield.
Prospect 582.
G & J Tire Cos.
Don’t Forget to Tell Santa
About the little Singer sewing machine
for Xma*. Only S6.DC.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.
w - Washington Main 1418.
J3IHLEH and song books, wholeaale price*.
With tfvery purchase we give our beau
tiful Bible chart 22x28 Inches in colors
: free. Regular price |2 00. Holidays only.
; Prospect 3925, 1111 Madison aveuue. J.
ADAMS PUBLISHING CO.
wardrobes, dres*. steamers, suit
case*. bags direct from factory. Save
two middlemen's profits Send for catalog.
IDEAL TRUNK AND BAG FACTORY,
! Spring Valley, 111.
i HUD-;E WHITWORTH wire wheel* for
Ford, new set of five, $125; also frame
! motor, etc., for race car, 547 Oakland.
j Cal! Woodruff 3783.
j LADIES’ OR GENTS' CALLING CARDS.
*1 per 100; hast linen finish: postpaid
anywhere. CHAPMAN PRINTING CO..
6419 Detroit avenue, Cleveland. Ohio.
\ nice leather *rt:ee for office or
i lodge room, na good as new. cost new,
$lB5 Our yrico $49.50. BAKER BROS.
DIAMOND RING; blue white stone;
ladles' Tiffany ring. $35. 610 ii. of P.
building.
Quit Wearing KcacSr Made
PUTS $
tVe make them t* O ]/
your measure for
LEON TAILORING CO.
UU K. NEW YORK.
up one flight
SEVERAL good ladles' desks In oak. ma
hogany and bird’s-eye utsple, $lO. sl2
and SIS. BAKER 141108.
WALNUT bedstead. $7; folding bed $7.
Woodruff 4 960 Saturday afternoon.
GUARANTEED 2-year grape vine*. 40c
each until sold. Belmont 2967.
1 DIAMOND ring beautiful blue white
- $7, Muir, 173 2.
BABY carriages and stroller*, excellent
i condition. C|ri:l* 3427.
‘ALL crocheted bedspread with pillow
sham. Prospect 2619.
fog muff art, *1
Harrison 8183. ,
Match Your Coat
/ I with a pair of : \
J I TROUSERS I
in THE PAMT3 \ I /
||| / STOKE CO | /
ijli Two Storo*. IJ ./
W 48 W. Ohio. At ffk
V W UO E. M-.rkt. W W
SEVEN good roll top desks at S2O and $26.
BAKER Blto3.
TAILOR S sr-vlng machine, |IO.
BAKER BROS.
DOUBLE burrs!, bn-e h loading shotgun,
Fcr sale cheap. Circle 1253.
OFFICE dt k and safe for sale. Cali Irv
ington 53x.
HOUSEHOLD CiOOOa.
New Crex Hugs
*6x72 Inrhea $1.90
54x90 Inches $3.00
6*9 leet *5 50
sxlo leet ii.tO
6xll feet $ Inches $11.60
Baker Bros.
Sll E Washington at.
USED GOODS.
Better value for less money.
Rellnished exactly like new at half the
new price.
Also fine rugs, stoves and gas ranges.
Guaranteed.
Ytctrolas a: cut prices.
USED GOODS STORE. 424 Mass. Ave.
There is only one.
RUGS
Hundreds of rug*, ail kinds; wool filler
Avnilnster. Bo;.art. velvet. Wiltons, grass
matting, any kind of a rug; we have them.
Com* and see our rugs before you buy.
(GLAZER
BARGAINS
Good heating stoves of all makes, cook
stoves end ranges at 25% discount; fur
niture, ruga and linoleum Term.* If do
elred. E. KROOT, 607 E. Washington Ft.
" ROOMING HOUSE
FURNITURE
12 iron beds at *2.50 each.
12 Iron springs at $2.50 each.
BAKER BROS.
ONE large Wilton velvet carpet, worth
$135, fur $65, four or five large Brus
sels carpets from $46 to S6O. BAKER
BROS.
ZINC top 8-foot kitchen table SIO.OO
Zlno top 8-foot kitchen table 8.00
BAKER BROS.
COLONIAL mahogany three-piece bed
room suite, cheap; cash or payments,
BAKER BROS.
FRENCH gray 3-pleoe bedroom suite, as
good AH new; SIOO. BAKER BROS.
FIFTY doxen dining chairs, now. at *8.95
per vet of six. BAKER BROS.
TWO mahogany finish tea carts, $7.50
each, baker bros.
TEN good alectrlo domes, *3.50 to $6.
__BAKKR JJROS.
SMALL push cart, new, *lO.
BA KER BROS.
SIX-HOLE coal range. *2O.
BAKER BROS. _
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
PIANOS, player pianos and talking ma
chine*. You may want one for Christ
mas. My auto will call for you day or
night, rain or shin*. Main 205. Ask for i
Charles C. Morgan. BALDWIN PIANO
COMPANY.
PHONOGRAPHS
REPAIRED. PRICES REASONABLE.
THE WARBLETONE MUSIC CO.
225 MASS. AVE. CIRCLE 222.
RECORDS: good records of *ny make
you desire. 40c. BAKER BROS.. 319
U. Washington. ______
VIOLINS, '4 slaa. size and full size.
WACHMAN. 628 South Alabama. Pros
poct 5768.
GOOD used player piano; three year* to
pay. Pnone Main 205. Ask for Chae.
C. Morgan.
GOOD upright piano. *l4O. Payments.
Main 205. Ask for Chag. C. Morgan.
WILL pay *36 tc *6O cash for upright
piano. North 4131-
COAL AND WOOD FOR SALE.
COAL
PHONES
North 345. Auto. 43-610.
Quality
uantity
uiek delivery
Indiana Lump, Illinois Lump, Poca
hontas M. R., Pocahontas Lump and
Minshaw.
Zero Ice and Fuel Cos.
Twenty-seventh and Cornell Avenue.
COAL
Special prices for few days.
WEAVER COAL CO.
Trospect 29. Prospect 2201.
COAL DELIVERED PROMPTLY
Indiana egg, Brazil block mine run, Illi
nois mine run, Illinois lump, Kentucky,
Pocahontas, crushed coke, egg coke.
POLAR ICE AND FUEL CO.
North Yard —North 689; Auto. 41-321.
South Yard—Prospect 1455; Auto. 52-846.
West Yard—Belmont 8S8; Aulo. 39-731.
PGCA. M. IR.
*11.50 PER TON.
L. B. BAIN COAL CO.
MAIN 2151 OR MAIN 3531.
Shields
.aisfaction
&
Gerety
uaranteed
Prospect 8064, Harrison 1207.
Coal direct from car to you
Clean Bicknell Mine Hun.. 57.50
Panhandle Lump SB.OO
Deliveries Promptly Made.
Illinois Lump, $9.00
Nice, larce coal, good for furnace or
stove, Illinois egg, $14.00. Prospect 3280.
| Auto. 52-384,
COAL
Why not buy from an Independent con
cern. Call North 9161 and Investigate.
EM ERGENCY COA ITCO.. 46~N? Pennsyl
vanla at. Auto. 23-001. Main 5056.
Hours 8:30-5.30.
ILL. LUMP AND WEST VIRGINIA.
WEAVER COAL CO.
j Prospect 29. Prospect 2201.
WEST _ VIRGIN IA run of "mine'' coai,~*9
per ton. SNAPP & McCLENON STOR
AGE AND COAL CO. Main 3601.
FOR SALE—CoaI and wood. INTER*
_ATAT E PRODUCTS CO. Main 983,
CO All COAL.
Prospect 3174 J. E. SIMON.
HEAVY mixed wood for stove or furnace.
Circle 5694.
INDIANA coal. Call Main 8617 or Auto.
I 31-608.
COAL for ale. Belmont 8302.
Time* Want Ad* find the ngtu people
for the right pieces and the right placu
tor the right pec-ple. Phone Main 150 u
Auto. 38-361.
MISCILLANIOUS—WANTED.
LEW SHANK
pay* best prices In city for household
g'>ds and fixture* of a!! kinds. 227 North
New Jersey street. Main 2028.
1 PAY cash for odd pieces or complete
homes. Main 2534.
THE shortest distance between two wants
Is a Times Want ad. Your customers
(o# them Why don’t you?
MACHINERY AND TOOLB.
FARM POWER
SUPPLIES
HERCULES GASOLINE ENGINES;
ALL SIZES
ASSOCIATED GASOLINE ENGINES.
ALL SIZES.
FARM SAWING OUTFITS.
FARM CONCRETE MIXERS.
PUMPING OUTFITS OF ALL DE
SCRIPTIONS,
WONDER MIXERS
HOISTS AND PUMPS FOR BUILDING
AND BKID -K CONSTRUCTION. ALL
SIZES CARRIED IN STOCK. BURL
| FINCH. DIST.. 812-20 W. MARYLAND ST.
STOCK FEEDERS
In first-class condition, one International
power plant complete, consisting of one
9-11. P. Mogul engine, one 8-lnch feed
grinder, one two-hole power shelter, pul
ley*. belts, shaftings, hangers and 50-gal
lon underground fuel tank, with pipings
complete; 60 per cent of present market
value of such plants moves it. VERNE
W. LYONS, Frankfort, Ind.
ET -fTP_ CI S. ANP POULTRY ’
DOG OWNERS Textbook FREE with 4
weeks’ trial subsbrlption to America’s
leading Kennel weekly. Valuable advice,
feeding, training. Send 250 today.
SPORTSMENS REVIEW. 67, Cincinnati.
WANTED —Homes for nealthy homeless
dogs. INDIANAPOLIS HUMANE SO
CIETY MUNICIPAL DOG POUND. 924
East New York Bt. Hours: 11 a. m. to
12 noon dally.
SCRATCH feed; no grit, 32.75; laying
mash, *3.25. Delivered. Prospect 4216.
LARGE PROFIT*
from small expendltur* follow Real
Estot* advertising n "Want Ad" columns
■1 The Time*
LEGAL NOTICE.
" LEGAL NOTICE.
The Indiana State Board of School Book
Commissioners will receive sealed bids until
nine a. in. Friday. December 17, 1920. at
the office of the State Superintendent of
Public Instruction. In the State House, In
dianapolis, Indiana, from publishers of
school text bocks as provided In the acts
of 1817. pages 447-443, on a series of]
text books., for use In the common schools
of tho State of Indiana, for a term of five
] years. In the following branches of study:
Geography. English Grammar. Spelling, ]
Physiology, Hlsicry of the United States, i
Domestic Science, Industrial and one 1
book In each of tho following subjects for I
the Junior high school: Literature. lan- j
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 la requlrad that they ehall
be at least equal In elze and quality as
to matter, material, style of binding and
mechanical execution as to standard text
books now In general use.
Tho publisher shall state specifically In
his bid the price at which each book will
be furnished, and accompany such bid i
with specimen copies of each and all books !
to be furnished -In such bid.
AH bids by publishers must be aceotu- j
panied by a bond In the penal turn of j
fifty thousand dollars (*50.000) to the ac- j
ceptanee and satisfaction of the Governor i
of the State of Indiana, conditioned that j
If any contract be awarded to any bidder •
such bidder will enter into a contract to j
perform the conditions of this bid to the 1
acceptance and satisfaction of said board, j
No bid shall be considered unless the j
same be accompanied by an affidavit of '
the bidder setting forth that he Is In no i
wise, directly or indirectly, connected wltn |
any other publisher or firm who is bid- ]
ding for bocks submitted to said board, i
nor has any pecuniary interest In any :
other publisher or firm bidding at the !
same time, and that he is not a party to I
any contract, syndicate, or other scheme j
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- I
cept or reject any or all bids, or any part I
thereof for any particular book or books. j
By order of the Indiana Stute Board of
School Book Commissioners.
L. N. HINES, President.
E. U. GRAFF. Secretary.
N'OTrCE " FOR BIDS ON^SUPPLIES FOR
THE USE OF THE PUBLIC INSTI
TUTIONS OF THE STATE
OF INDIANA.
Notice Is hereby given that the Joint
Purchasing Committee, for the correctional
and benevolent Institutions of the State of
Indiana, will receive at the office of Its
secretary in the State Capitol Building,
Room 326, until 11 o'clock a. m. or. the
20th day of December, 1920, sealed bids
on grocery and laundry items according
to a complete list specifying kind, grade
and quantity now on file in the office of
the said secretary cf th 4 committee.
The Joint Purchasing Committee re
serves the right to reject any and all
bids submitted and to waive technical de
fects.
By order of
THE JOINT PURCHASING COMMITTEE.
M. C SHELTON, Secretary.
LEGAL NOTICE.
WHITCOMB & DOWDEN, ATTORNEYS
NOTICE.
In the Marlon Circuit Court, December
term, IS2O.
State of Indiana, Marion County.
National Paper Stock Company, plaintiff,
vs Moody Currier, et al„ defendanta
r .“e National Paper Stock Clmpany,
pmintifr in the above entitled cause, hav
,ng K * n the a b° ve entitled cau*e, its
verified complaint and its affidavits, as
required by law showing that the resi
dence or defendants and each of them, In
tne above entitled cause is unknown to
said plaintiff, and upon diligent search
and inquiry can not be ascertained; show
ing aiso that said defendants are believed
i be non-residents of the State of In
jdiana.; showing also that the above ea
! titled cause is an action by plaintiff to
! quiet plaintiff’s title to lands and real es
; tate described in the complaint herein as
' gainst all demands, claims and claimants
whatsoever, and showing also that said
land and reai estate la situated in Marion
County In the State of Indiana and a full
description thereof is as follows:
Lots seventeen (17), e'ghteen (18),
nineteen (19), twenty (20), twenty-one
(21), twenty-two (22), twenty-three (23),
twenty-four (24) and twenty-five (25) in
the Indianapolis & Cincinnati Railroad
Company’s subdivision of the east part
and the northwest part of square nine (9)
. In the city of Indianapolis, as shown by
Plat book one (1), pages three hundred
! thirty-eight (338) and three hundred
I thirty-nine (339) In the office of the re
j corder of Marlon County, Indiana.
j Now therefore. Moody Currier,
Currier (whose Christiun name is un
j known),, wife of Aloody Currier, :
i Currier (whose Christian name is un
j known), widow of Aloody Currier. The
] unknown heirs of Aloody Currier, deceased.
The unknown devisees of Moody Currier,
deceased. The unknown heirs of
Currier (whose Christian name Is un
known), widow- of Moody Currier, de
ceased. The unknown devisees of
Currier (whose Christian name Is un
known), widow' of Moody Currier, de
ceased. Thomas D. t Kingan. The un
known heira of Thomas D. Kingan, de
ceased. The unknown legatees of Thomas
D. Kingan, deceased. Charles H. Bales.
—• Bales (w'hose Christian name is
unknown), wife of Charles H. Bales.
Bales (whose Christian name is
unknown), widow of Charles H. Bales, de
ceased. The unknow-n heirs of Charles H.
Uaiqs, deceased. The unknown devisees
of Charles H. Bales, deceased. The un
i known heirs of Bales, (whoaa
■ Christian name is unknown), the widow
■of Charles H. Bales, deceased. The un
! known devisees of Bales (whose
Christian name is unknown), widow of
Charles H. Bales, deceased. Charls*
Bals, Bals (whose Christian
name is unknown), wife of Charles Bals.
Bals (whose Christian name is un
known), widow' of Charles Bals, deceased.
The unknown devisees of Charles Bals,
deceased. The unknown heirs of Charles
Bals, deceased. The unknown heirs of
Bals (whose Christian name la
unknown), widow of Charles Bals, de
ceased. The unknown devisees of
Bals (w'hose Christian name is unknow'n),
widow of Charies Bals, deceased.
Bals (w'hose Christian name is unknown),
widow' of Charles H. Bals, deceased. The
unknown heirs of Charies H. Bals, de
ceased. The unknown devisees of Charies
H. Bals, deceased. "The unknown heirs of
Bals (whose Christian name Is
unknown), widow of Charles H. Bals. da
ceased. The unknown devisees of——-
Bals (whose Christian name is unknown),
widow of Charles H. Bals, deceased. Julia
North. North (whose Christian
name is unknown), husband of Julia
North. North (whose Christian
name is unknown), widower of Julia
North, deceased. The unknown heirs of
Julia North, deceased. The unknown de
visees of Julia North, deceased. The un
known heirs of North (whose
Christian name is unknown), widower of
Julia North, deceased. The unknown de
visees of North (whose Chris
tion name is unknown), widower of Julia
North, deceased. Hannah Ann North.
North (whose Christian name is
unknown), husband of Hannah Ann
North. North (whose Christian
name is unknown), widower of Hannah
Ann North, deceased. The unknown heirs
cf Hannah Ann North. deceased. The
unknown devisees of Hannah Ann North,
~ 'ceased. The unknown heirs of
North (whose Christian name is un
known). widower of Hannah Ar.n North,
deceased. The unknown devisees of
North (whose Christian name la
unknown). widower of Hannah Ann
North, deceased, defendants in the above
entitled cause are hereby notified that
said cause will stand for trial on the first
day of the February, 1921 term of said
j Marion Circuit Court, and unless you said
and -fendants be and appear on the first day
of the February A. D., 1921 term of the
Marlon Circuit Court of Marion County,
Indiana, to be holden and to commence on
Fbrua.ro 7, 1321. the first Alonday in
February A. D., 1921, at the court house
In the city of Indianapolis In said county
and State and answer or demurrer to said
ci inplalnt. said action by plaintiff to quiet
the title to said real estate will be heard
and determined lu your absence.
In witness Whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed ths
(SEAL) sea! of said court*—3d day
of December A. D., 1920.
RICHARD V. SIPE,
Clerk of the Alarion Circuit Court.
WHITCOMB & DOWDEN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
1311-16 Fletcher Trust Cos. Building.
AUCTIONS.
AUCTION SALE—-Twenty-fourth auctloa
of unredeemed pledges by the In
diana Collateral Loan Cos., will be held at
201 Lombard Bldg.. Friday, December 17.
1920. at 2 o’clock p. m. The following
pledges to be sold: No. 17968, one dia
mond ring; No. 18093. one watch and one
i pair diamond ear screws; No. 18334, one
diamond ring; No. 185S0, one dia
mond ring; No. 18590, one diamond
ring; No. 18607. one diamond pin; No.
18652. one diamond ring. No. 18656, one
Alasonic emblem diamond ring; No. 13668,
one diamond stud; No. 15671, one dia
mond ring, No. 18697, one unset diamond.
] Terms cash.
FINANCIAL.
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censed and bonded Arm. for use in paying
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that every one should take advantage of
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LOANS ON FURNITURE
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at legal rates, on short notice and without
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through personal contact and personal
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vish to be served. In these unusual times
business friendships, close relations, mu
tual understandings and co-operation are
real assets to ali of us. We are ready to
go three-fourths of the way. Now it is
up to you. v
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106 E. Market St.
WE ARE PKKPARBD TO MAKE REAL
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PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS.
MORTGAGES. BONDS AND STOCKS
LISTED AND UNLISTED.
INDIANAPOLIS SECURITIES COl
FRANK K. SAWYER, Pres.
Fifth floor Indianapolis Securitlss Bldg.
Southwest corner Delaware am! Market
(SECOND mortgage loans made on good
farms and improved city real estate.
GIBRALTAR FINANCE COMPANY, 10$
North Delaware street.
INSURANCE in ali branches. AUBREY
D. PORTER, 916 Peoples Bank bldg.
Main 7049.
FIRST and second mortgages on Indiana
Rnd Indianapolis real estate. R. B. WIL
SON. 108 N. Delaware st. Main 1618.
General Escapes,
Troops Capture Wife
MEXICO CITY, Mex., Pec. 11.—
Mexican troops sent after General Ri
cardo Morelos, who Is at the head of
u rebellion in Vera Cruz, have been
unable to force him into an engagement,
but have overtaken and captured the
rebel’s wife, according to reports reach
ing the capital. Senora Morelos, It Is
sold, >vas captured near the town of
Teocelo.
It is supposed that she was on her
way to the camp of General Morelos,
but search of the surrounding country
failed to reveal the camping place. This 1
led to the belief that word of the ap
proach of tlie Federal troops and the
capture of Senora Morelos reached the
rebel general, causing him to flee to til*
mountains.
The fact that he still manages to koa*
up his “revolt" discredits recent report*
that desertions had so depleted his fore*
that he was left practically alona.
Morelos is the general who financed Ms
uprising by robbing an army paymastot
of money sent to pay Federal troop*

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