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Conlln led from_P*ita£l the clerk to the Inspectors or the various precincts, to be returned •with the ballots and other supplies supplies after t le election. In this manner a pc rmanent Hat will be had of all Voters -of the. .county. KIDNAPING TALE. Chief Jones, name was \ -4' 810 CONCERNS. the Christian church. He was also The lad had number of a member of the Red Men lodge isold several (••ontinued from Pago 1. of Windfall. ! Chief Jories called Frankfrjrt piy- cent in V.i?,?,. Combined net All of the children have been 'and told them the boy was safe nfitjjL o'f the companies concerned a t the home or some time a= the'and the Frankfort officer called tl» "tabulation represented an death was not unexpected. 11 Jnujjl rate.of return on net worth: Samuel Boldon. grandfather of, would be here after him Friday o{n»l percent." which. tb«' Nation- the deceased was among the .first It is possible this lad with the »{City comnienis. is less than the white men to invade the Windfall j vivid imagination ujual saviiiss bank interest'rate, community, before the opening cf I interview February, the bank says that the lands or before the organiza- ; woodshed, after they reach home, tlfe forward movement of business tion of the county. He settled lilat" began in llliued at an aci January has elerated paci i 1 DEATH ENDED. Continued from page 1. ofcli-st in the roiinty. nn'mhers entering entering land of the government in 1J JN' when it was ilirowu open. Hjlium all of Mi- long residence H the county Charles Boldon was kjiown as an hones:, industrious :ipd Cod fearing man. whose wor.l "rtafc taken as readily as a bond. ,IIe -lijitl been a member of ibe Windfall Windfall Masonic lodgi- for over "i. > yj-nrs anft a life time inember of 'ti »! about two and one-half miles east of the town of Windfall and acijiiired much prominence as a hunter and guide. He was a typical typical pioneer and dressed in buckskin buckskin clothing and wore moccasins. Samuel Boldon was a veteran of the war of 1S12 and took par - in the engagement at New Orleans. Contln led from Page 1 house in which he lived at Lafayette Lafayette the lad could not give them and after ft rther questioning by he admitted Russell Culley and! his that his home was in Frankfort. been here with a magazines and had in Tipton. hack and stated the lad's father will hold his father in an the i Jimmic'ij got a great schema out of school on nlco The Daily Wheeze. for getting days." How's that".'' "He washes his face at recess ; HUNGER MARCHERS. and then the:teacher thinks he'sl sick and sends him home." Continued lrom Page 1. ern strode off the tloor. shouting. "This damned bouse is only a farce: that's what it Is." Kxlra p,olice guarded all. pas-' " I of cruisers, when Na-| ed the bee to keep! Sp'caking ture promp busy, she g'ave n ' m a weapon protect his lloot. to! ONLY THE CENTER LEAVES FOR

Clipped from The Tipton Daily Tribune02 Mar 1934, FriPage 2

The Tipton Daily Tribune (Tipton, Indiana)02 Mar 1934, FriPage 2
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