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Lima News, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1919, Lima, Ohio Ertate For Sale THE LIMA SUNDAY NEWS, LIMA, OHIO, 1919 34 Real Estate For Sale 34 Red Eataie For Sale II !i HONEST VALUES IN LOTS Woodlawn Ave., near Lakewood, 43.75x1 Bellefontaine, good corner, Shawnee Ave., Lincoln Park, Scott St., near Kibby, 00 S.Nye, S. Baxter, good corner, Baxter, 50x192................................'.. W. High St., Oakland Park, W. North St., Oakland Park, 60x174....................... 00 W. Wayne St., Oakland Park, 40.61x174.25.................. W High St., Oakland Park, N; St., 5 Weadock Ave., 40x150 The Rob't H. Negley Organization NORTH MAIN AND WEST HIGH STREETS OVER AMERICAN BANK PHONE MAIN 6898 34 Retl Eitate For Real Estate room modern except furnace; fine lo- cation, N. Jameson, pavtag- paid 13800. room modem except furnace, good location. paid 13100 rooms partly modern, Harrison ave- nue; close In room strictly modern. S. Baxter J3800 ern. fine location. S. Elizabeth J3SOO 13 room house, a double, strictly mod- ern, fine, location, 8. Elizabeth 6 rooms strictly modern, Richie Ave. 1 room house, modem except furnace, roof. N. Jameson. Fred H. Fisher STOCK MARKET HSW The ning Sun's financial New York Eve- review Saturday Sentiment good and trading was brisk in Saturday's short session of tbe stock market. Tbe trend of prices was upward from outset, altho ad- were rather narrow until the end of tbe first hour, when the move. meat assumed somewhat broader pro- portions, a small U. S Steel fraction to had only to rise establish a. new Main and Kibby Office phone Main 2053 Residence Fhone State 2443 II, V r, ly SPECIAL SALE- VACANT LOTS A fine lot, 50x150 feet, all improved; near car line; Rice Avenue A fine lot, 60x180 feet, in fine location, on paved street- W. High St.....................................1200.00 2 fine lots, good location, special bargain; North Cole Street ...................................j..... 500.00 A fine lot, 45x130 feet, good location, near car line; at a bargain; Mariort Avenue near Metcalf street..... 850 00 A fine lot; Albert street near Pine Street ..........................................1050.00 A fine lot, all improved; Sbawnee Street near Beliefontaine Avel ue.......................................... 950.00 A fine lot, good location, all improved; West Elm Street..........................................1500.00 2 fine lots, near car line; West Wayne Street ..........................................1800.00 The Elmer D. Webb Co. HOUSE FOR S. Collett. near Market.S room modern house, lot 54x 150, exceptional bargain. J4SOO.OO. For appointment to see house call Rice 4591. Phone Main 4781 MEMBER LIMA REAL ESTATE BOARD 56 PUBLIC SQUARE Res. Phone Lake 3992 Get In On The Ground Floor m B g price Is going to June 1st. on what? Lots in the Ashwoocl Addition 1 will still sell a few at y piirps which Is from to on pasj terms Just think of a large lot M> near the Public Square n? N West St. and Robb Avenue g and opposite the new St. Gerard church. and college and on S a paved street, you he.ir every day of somebody saying I could have j bought a lot at a certain location a few years ago for to S300 00 I 3 today it is worth to 00. don't talk of profits lost take S advantage of profits to he made that is what swells the bank account buy now and In a few years, say I hnuRht a lot in the Ashwoorf addi- 4 tion for and now i can get Jinoo oo for it. and at the rate Lima is growing today you will not have to wait many jcars Just g take a drive north on Metraif Btreet and Bee the development going f on in the North end of town, every tot In Ashwood Addition is high j and dry, and on the West Mde of N. West Street near Robb avenue squares west of Main Mreet N West strPPt For Sale 3 rooms and summer kitchen, barn and outbuildings, large porches, screened In. five lots, near car line terms easy 7 room strictly modern house, hard- wood floors and finish, large lot, plen- ty of fruit and garden, within 15 min- utes walk of public 7 rooms and bath, modern except fur- nace, with garage, nice lot, very close to business J2000 One of the best houses on Center St 5 rooms, strictly modern all but fur- nice, full lot. In elegant repair J3000 5 rooms, bath. 2 stories, modern, hard- wood floors, full basement cistern, IMS electric lights, good re- pair, nicely located In northeast Lima For price and terms call at office. fi rooms, strictly modern home, hard- wood finish and floors, full lot. in good repair, close to Lakewood car REAL ESTAE modern house, hardwood floors, newly decorated; ROW vacant. Fine lot, paved street and fine neigh- borhood .Price J4500. down. Bal- ance easy terms. Location 919 Ritchie a t'Avhtt A record for the year at better than 107. Prices held for the moat part near :he top in the second hoar, altho trad- ng appeared less aggressive. There was additional strength in the mo- tors and United States Rubber was a strong spot among others. Some of he ralla did very well, especially Atchieon and New Haven. NEW issues regls- ered. fractional advances at the stock market opening Saturday. United States Steel opened at 107 up 'A; Bald- win up Southern Pacific 109U. up Anaconda up Marine preferred. 125 up General Motors up U. S. Steel closed at up Baldwin Locomotive up H; Gen eral Motors up Westing house up and Studebake up The market closed firm. RAPID GROWTH Firo years on May 20, 1914 tbe Allen County Savings Loan Company moved to Its present loca tion in tbe Savings building at the corner of Market and Elizabeth streets, Oaring these five years the com- assets have increased from one million dollars to one million nine hundred thousand dollars, and their Surplus and -Undivided Profit funds have grown from to 158.461.91. Since January first of this year the company has loaned nearly a half million on real estate mortgages, in Lima and Allen County a net increase in assets dur- ing this period of about two hundred thousand dollars. Deposits have increased rapidly. but there Is still room for your money in this strong institution where five per cent interest is paid and where your account will be ap- preciated. SUNDAY, MAI HEALTHBOfiDC DUE TO NEW [j Officer Will Replace Body if i ernor Signs Bill Recently Passed. J Thru a recent bill just pasgfr egislature at Columbus, the de ment of public health tb.ruo.it dej Close avenue. M. L. JOHNSON 1224 State St Phones: Rice Main 5337 IOLSE FOR Johns Ave., modern except furnace, lot 45x125; a bargain. J2800.00. For information call Rice 4491. FOR house, close In. Inquire 212 W. Elm St. Phone State ,v brick and Is one of the most traveled streets leadinc into Lima peo- pie wanuiiK an afternoon pleasure Hde go out Street no' dust take a trolley or auto ride out there today and view this property ro welcoe, w you aro weloomo whether jou buy or not be our guests lets acquainted, office on giouiuK select (he lot you like then and terms ivhicli js within the roach Sunday of all, ask the on the J JOSEPH ERTKL, Lima House, PHONE MAIN 4904 S rooms strictly modej-n, hardwood. In elesrant repair, west Lima, 5 minutes walk of public square and close to car line, paved street, for price and terms, call at fine brick home in west Lima, ele Kantly finished and modern up to the time, large lot with drhe. in keeping with the house- for further particulars oal lat office. Have many other properties to show We also write fire Insurance. R. O. Woods MEMBER OF THE LIMA REAL, ESTATE BOARD I34-23S Holland Block Phones Main 1440-1271 FOR room cottage, bargain if sold at once. Call Phone State 1SS1. 431 PJwing Ave. Allis-Chalmers................. 42 American Can American. Car and Foundry .....102' American .Hide 32' American Hide American Smelt and Ref. 731 American Sumatra .............107i, Amn. Tel. and Telegraph ........106 H Anaconda Copper 69V. Atchlson .......................100 Baldwin Locomotive ............101 Baltimore and Ohio 54 v. Bethlehem B Central Leather Chesapeake and Ohio 68 Chlno 331' Columbia. Gas 535? Crucible Steel 75% General Motors .................19-jS Inspiration Copper 574. Inter Nickel -i-iil Kennecott Copper .............I 55% Int. Her. Marine Pfd...........124% Maxwell Motor 45 Petroleum .............ISO1! Steel 49it MUGHLK DISPOS UORIS ED OF IN nffi FOR SALE Houses in all parts of the city. Let us show you a home that is priced List your house with us Quick Sale Motto Square Deal COURTAD BROS. State B792 81 32 FOR We have two homes priced below their actual value for immediate sale, due to death in family. Will be pleased to show them. Hisn 53S3. POOL PELTIER US W. Spring St. Mexican Midvale ____ Nevada Copper New York Central New Haven Norfolk and Western Northern Pacific gs Ohio Cities Gas 55% Pennsylvania 47? Railway Steel Springs Reading Southern Ry......... Sinclair Oil Studebaker Superior Steel Texas Oil Tobacco Products Union Pacific 136'" U. S. Steel ...................'.'.107'4 ssC USTGREATRUSH Little Will Be Found in Local Es- tablishments Tomorrow, Dealers Declare. A canvass of the larger portion, of the saloonists in the city showed a record sale of liquor during the past few weeks of the dying traic. Dealers who had disposed of their entire stocks three weeks ago had re-ordered and sold the new consign- ments as rapidly as they were re- ceived. Wholesale houses did a land- office business in the last few days tate is likely to be entirely According to Lima's health Dr. Burton, the new ruling necessary for each city of over 000 population, to disband ent health board and apDOjn? health officer who shall demote entire time to the department "I believe it is a mightv said Dr. Burton. have a beneflcient effect on the lie's health, to giving to the D lems of sanitatization and doctor's undivided attention While the law has not been Into force, it is understood that r ernor Cox is heartily in favor ruling, which is to take effect days subsequent to his signing the law. Dr. Burton stated he ever, that in his estimation' i change would not be made until I first of the year, to enable the va municipalities to include the dltional cost in the 1920 financ budget. ''I do not know what additic al cost it will be to the citj s- Dr. Burton, "but It will be'imjj sible to procure a capable physic! for less than or doctor will sacrifice his practice f HOUSE FOR rooms, strictly Owner. 422 Mar- modern. Hardwood. Ion Ave. BUY A HOME NOW Prospect Avs except room house, pnved street. modern house- partly modern, lirgt, lot, ed street. Terms. FOR a room good house, strictly modern lot 50x200 feet, fruit and shade- ga- rage, nice home; North Elizabeth St THE ELMER D. WEBB CO. 56 Public Square Phone Main 4781 Res. Phone Lake 3992 STANDABD OHi SUBSIDIARIES Reported by K. W. Wagner and Co, Holland Block, Lima. Ohio.________ i Bid RESIDENCE TV pay cash for best bargain in residence proper- ty on, east side. Speak quick: what have you to offer. Call Main 2766 Huo 240 195 33 FOR SALE} Beautiful 6 room bunga- strlctly modern- No 5 Jean Court. 1677. Elm St. Atlantic Refining- Cumberland Pipe ............225 Illinois Pipe IQJ Ohio OU Pierce Oil Co............. 26% Prairie Oil and Gafc........'. 770 Prairie Pipe Lina ...........300 South Penn Oil Co...........333 34 Standard Oil Co. fCal.) Standard Oil Co. (Ind.) ......S10 Standard Oil Co. (N. J.) .....730 Standard Oil Co. (N. T.) 3SSI 39 Standard OH Co. fOhio) ___510 5-> CURB STOCKS Midwest Refg is Midwest Oil 3V NEW bonds wer quoted as follows: 9944, off 02 Second 94.70. up .12. First 4k's 3a.80. Second 95.00, off .20. Thir 95.76, off .06. Fourth 95.14. off .16. 35 Farms For Sale 35 Farms For Sale McDoTuM St 5 room house, except furna'-e, nice lot V. Wayne 6 room modern Hol- land furnace, lot 111 show right you houses that CourtadBros. FARMS FOR SALE g 90 ACRES, 9 miles west of Lima, 8 room house, large barn, granary 3 cribs, etc.. all in first class condition; large assortment of fruit; farm all under cultivation; 1-4 mile to school close to church; will trade for Lima property or smaller farm. _ ACRES, one of the best located and nicest farm homes around I SO WE WANT YOUR ORDERS FOR MILLWORK OAK FLOORING Door and Screens LEWIS BROTHERS LIMA, OHIO MA IN 5990 (State State- McDonnel Lot oOxlOfl r0r Ol0s Twn- aleVs Thl e Let 1IS show it to See Us I S. Metcalf Lima; only about 2 miles out, on main pike road modern house, fine orchard, large barn and small buildings- would 1 accept of Lima property. g 50 ACRES, 7 1-2 miles from Lima; splendid location; equipped with buildings; good fruit; will accept moderately priced S residence on this farm. m s 45 ACRES, 8 miles from Lima, on main highway; fine set of buildings- good land; see this If you want a fine small farm We have all kinds of farm exchange propositions to offer- if jou want to sell or trade your farm, or buy or trade for a farm 'see 1 us and we will furnish what you want. 3 The Elmer D. Webb Co. For communities of less than 2 000 the health board will be ban led thru county boards. Dr. Burton reports that the ci for social diseases is by slow process what its aimed at. "While we have not at very small percenta; more than a the wet spell. Every of iless- TIlen there will be the de carriers known were used to convej one or two nurses." the goods from the dealer to th home. Mysterious packages carried under the arm, in length abou fourteen inches, were frequent sights on downtown streets in the few re- maining days that the hardstuff wa available. Dry advocates looked as once upon the containers, but those of opposite faith pafd no attention, to the gazes directed upon their supply of goods. Max Braun, former proprietor or .the cafe and lestaurant at High and Main street, where huge quantities of liquor have been bought recent- ly, stated that sales for two weeks proceeding the time of closing have advanced far ahead of any previous period. Wholesale purchases direct from tbe distiller have brought large consignments to most wholesale dealers. According to reports available practically all tbe stock in the maj- ority of saloons which did not carry a wholesale license is sadly elplet- ed. An unprecedented run on their of the actual cases existing in tl he said, "we are increasit our work, and getting the city moi under control. "The difficulty experienced by tl clinic is in getting patients to retui after the first treatment. We hop that in time we be able to fore such cases to undergo treatment. ;s for the welfare of the city tha .his alarming question be controllec While it can not be eradicated e: tirely, thru the assistance of the aij horities we can keep its prevalanc at a minimum." and places of business has about closed out the entire stock. Very few of the smaller owners have re-ordered, but encountered no diieulty in disposing of their old stock. Invoices of cafes will show that scarcely any liquor will be on hand, except that which ias been purchased prior to this date by individual customers, it is said. The disposition of any remaining quantity of whiskey or hard drinks :eases after the enforcement of pro- hibition and very few saloonists are iipecting t-> have any remaining ifrer the coming of the dry spell. Any quantity on hand after May 26 -r May 24, if the owner has not taken ut license for the one day remam- ng, is a dead issue and according to Sepf aloon men can not be disposed of, ence the low stocks on hand Sat- country ottS ings of corn from Iowa, clear weatf er. and elimination of much of tli short interest was responsible for sharp decline m corn prices on th Chicago board of trade here Provisions were lower. corn, openins at 1 79. down remained unchanged. July cop opened at down in the short session? Sejiternbe at the opening', lost H In lat trading closing at Septembei at .64' H at the close. CORN rday in laces. the greater number of 66 PUBLIC SQUARE Elmer V. Roberts, Mgr. Farm Dep't. PHONE MAIN 4781 I VEELEY FUNERAL WILL BE HELD HERE MONDAY BARGAINS in largre and small farms In Xew Tork. Coras and ajid yo will buy. I was raised In Ohio. F. I Baker, N. Y. FOR PROPERTIES 1NT ALI PARTS OF THE CITY We have several (rood in; lots in aJl of the cln Farms all -sizes and prires jour monev lent? Pay Tour Own Home i e- f it on We 'f tomplote) Oihfrs a short t.me bo finished In Sf. eral good On Rif.-hlo irA, 7 room house, x Mctialf et- furnace buy at 7 room housp Bellf-fontaine modern, steam heat. Rirage the city A bargain at SSuflo. FOR SALE V f St honif v lifvit Harris-on e rooms strictly floors room strictly modcr fi ioom partially mod 53 lo Xew 8 room house, Shaunfe modern. A bargain St Ut New Pressed Brick modern A good buy at State St. Houses on every street in forget us. Ve want to show Just the property you want, at the Right Prjce. Tours for an Early Appointment W. R. BLACKBURN SON 412 Holland Block 5652. Main 53C2, State 1780. room house, lirgs lot down, balance like rent i- I inom house, garage, lot will fuinlah paint for liouse Tin not Hst loner at this prh-e S_'30 Hue b Hiding lot close to car line on HiKll one of tbe beat building' lot's "01 K H n I o A 6......... a srocerv stock am fixtures Will We carry n mil line of Also re, collec YOUNG AND BUSBY Phone State 34.20 4is Opera House Blk PROPERTY FOR SALE and on St. ly modern from easy terms. J2500 to modern except t> room house on x terms and part- on Metcalf WAGE EARNERS Who a.re should take advantage of the bargains now being offered In my beautiful addition. You may never have such s, chance again to buy a splendid house and lot on such very easy terms ;when these are gone you will it if you have let the chance go by. F. W. HOLMES 41S Holmes Bldg. FOR desirable homes, up. Call {117. Jts on N furnace Broadway, easy in an In for quick cash sale WALKER HULLIBARGER Phone State 2915 Gazette Bll THE OWN YOuFowS" HOME CO. Wil Kake llkht payment. 427 Holmes Jlaln Brice Ave 6 room house, bath, furnace, hardwood Larffe lot wlth sarase. See New House S200 DOWN Bins a S room new house, Michael av- enue with bath. Ready to move right in Price J2300. Monthly payments. Large Lot 100 feet on Baxter with 190 feet on Fau- roat. For quick saje, price Michael Fishel X. Main. Phono Main 1075 MEMBER OF LIMA REAL ESTATE BOARD FOR acres on Spencervill road; close in. R, F. D. No. 4 E Spurr. 37 For Sale or Exchange FOR modern doubl_ houses and one seven room house in best location in city. Apply by mail 1160 Dorr St, Toledo, Ohio. Will trade On farm. 37 For Sale or Exchange- FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for farm. 36 room apartment, modern; rents for J230 a month. Price Call Main 6S43. exchange- exterior or in- terior painting: and paperhanging or decorating for a. 5 passenser touring car. Must be In good mechanical con- dition and price right. Address A. B. C, care of News, NEW UP-TO-DATE HOMES Vow ready to shotv: we sell on reason- able terms. HARRY R. WHITE SON 205 and 206 Holland Bid. Phone Main 1055 SPECIAL SALE l fine 6 room house on E. North St.. in sood condition: large lot- lays high; this property must be to be ap- preciated. Special price tor a. few days for quick sale. Keasy terms WALKER HULLIBARGER 'hone State 2915 Gazette Blk. FOR SALE OR on N. Elizabeth St well located, cheap for cash. "Will trade on a ftood automobile. 412 S. Elizabeth St. High 6022. 38 Money to Loan Borrow Money FROM THE :ENTRAL BUILDING AND LOAN CO. 117 West Bight Street And thereby save money For you get better tenna And lower Interest With Monthly Reductions MONEY FOR YOU ON YOUR OWN SECURITY Loans on all kinds of Chattels. Phone Main 1541 or Lake 2338. and repre- sentative can call. All business confi- dential. THE PEOPLE'S LOAN CO. N. B. Cor. Main and Kibby Sts. Lima. O. WE SUPPLY THE MONEY Funeral services for Mrs. Delia Johns Neeley, wife of Harry Neeley and formerly of this city, who died May 19, in Boulder, Colorado, will be held at the home of her brother Frank Johns, 401 south McDonald street. Monday at 2 p. m. Mrs. Neeley was injured in an au- tomobile accident in Wichita, Kan- sas, last November. She was a member of Bartlesville (Oklahoma) chapter 142. O. E. S She leaves her husband and one sc Burial will be In Woodlawn ceme- tery. Mav Julv Sept OATS: Mav Sept Clrde Custer who has just re- turned from service overseas, has resumed his old position with the Lowenstein riothing shop. CAN SAVE YOUR Money On Automobile Insurance Vernon B. Arnold 205-206 Holland Blk .___________Phone Main 1055 40 Public Sales 40 Public Sales PUBLIC SALE OR S room house on W .Wayne: a good buildlnff lot on State St Will make an attractive price if sold at once. Call Rice 2872. 1ST TOUR PROPERTIES with Stein- R- P. 8TEINBR AMI Estate and Auctioneer. Thursday May 29th. 1919, the following o GeUl- ,landi welgbt lb8-: Brown Gelding, 4 years old J ?rey "orse' 10 >-ears- 1 Gray Horse, 9 years old 1 Brown Pacing Mare. 4 years old. standard bredout bv TWO AUTOS STOLEN Two machines were reported stol- en to the police department Saturday evening one being owned by Ross D Sproul, west Market street, a Buick -ar of 1918 model, and the other Belonging to W. E. Hadler of south VIetcalf street. The Sproul machina as stolen about a week ago and re- overed by police. It was left by Sproul Saturday evening on east High street at the side of the Holland block. The license number is 160750. The Hadler machine is a Willys-Knight machine bearing a lic- ense number 438225. It was taken from the Public Square. 20 PUBLIC SQUARE MARSHAL FIELD REVIEW Marshall Field Company. In their weakly review of the dry goods trade! Current wholesale distribution of thTn s a little greater than for the corresponding week a year ,are ,in the market. Next to Star Theatre Boiling Beef, ft-. Tender Sirloin Steak, ft..... Sliced Liver, ft. PILES DR. COLLETT'S REMEDY Collections are most sa'ifsfnctory. BANK STATEMENT FOR" THE WEEK IS ENDED weekly tual bredout by Mobel, can step with ring housings; 2 set Single Harness, Fly Nets and __, wnj6ja ndiuess. Food and other articles too numerous to mention Sale to begin at 1 P. M. sharp. Terms made known on day of sale L. MILLER, Auctioneer. C" C" SCHIRMER. Oil O6 state banks ntid trust comn.in- Increased net d-naml do- wlth States dop> of deducted, 7'nA0' nct "me tm rirruiation. decreased S54 000- Ask your druggist. Then, tiny CAPSULES are superior to Balsam of Copaiba, Cubebs or RELIEVES In (Ml 24 HOURS diseases with- out Inconvenience. Sold ty all d CHIQHESTER 3 PILLS frie m ATismMTA A JEWS PA PER I JEWS PA PER I ;

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