The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 9, 1935 · Page 5
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 9, 1935
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TRIBUNE ED ADS FOR SALE OR TRADE REALESTATE FOR SALE—Property north edge Goldsmith; acre of ground; good 7-room house; good barn, 20x30; out buildings. J. H. Mitchell, Goldsmith. p-lG5 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Attractive single red "mahogany bed at 333 N. Main. c-161 NEW 1935 WALL PAPER, Sc a double roll, at Rexall Wall Paper Department. tf I-'OR SALE — Manchu seed soy beans, $1.25 bushel. Allen Harper. c-162. FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE—Brooder house, 9x 12, good condition. Warren Yantis, Phone Ekin. p-163 FOR RENT FOR RENT—Good 4-room house. Phone 2426. c-161 FOR RENT—Rooms for housekeeping. Anna Hooton. c-166 FOR RENT—2 furnished rooms. 522 North Coude street, phone 4S. c-162 FOR.RENT — 7-room semi-modern house; one 4-room house. E. A. Foster. c-tf FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t' FOR SALE — Two Jersey cows calves by side; extra good. Guy Smith, Atlanta. c-161 FOR SALE — Oldsmobile coupe: terms. Dallas Wafiier, Windfall, Route 2. FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks proven the cheapest for farmer or poultryman: a fe-w startec chicks. Tipton Hatchery. --•' c-tf FOR SALE—Two cnod Goodrich truck tires, :j:!xr>. with rims; at International Harvester Co Charles Hrrk. p-161 FOR SALE — Concrete gravel mason sand, delivered any where. Ezra Ovordorf, Phon 13GR. An.ito. p-S-M-Tu.-17 FOR SALE OK TRADE — Rein iiiginn typewriter. No. 12, ii pond condition. The Tribuii' Press. ; FOR SALE—New Remington No S noiseless typewriter, shoii worn, regular price §79.50, sal* price $01.50 cash. Press. t' — IMiMIiTANT—Order cliich jiV-, '« :i'lv:imv. Hatch o.icl ¥£ M»n. H. avios 57.45 per ino ^•57 ".'. ir.-r S«u: fT.-OO iior l.ODH . -.t Whit S'i.'.i."> i>.r 10H: 5i''-75 I)LT 500 ;'•;.."11 ]n-r I.IIIK.I. Few sl.-irtei c)iii-ks. lloosicr HatchL-ry, Michlgun town, Ind FOR SALE—Team coming 5-year old horses, reul ones; used S bottom tractor plow; 7-ft. I. H C. horse disc; 7-ft. grain bind er; new and used tractors am farm implements; get my prices before you buy. Butz Imple ment Store. Holibs. Telephone 33XS. Tipton. c-t FOR SALE—Complete lunchroon equipment; best season now for lunch and gasoline; well established business; bargain if sold at once. Bunch's Lunch's. p-163 FOR SALE—Used Doo-All tractor; Oliver 3-bottom 14-inch tractor plow; Oliver 2-bottom tractor plow; used Fordson tractor parts. Phone 33XS Tipton. c " t: Good Used Gars REDUCED IN PRICE To Fit Your Pocketbook- Priced From $50 Up Factory Rebuilt Maytag Ford Truck With Rack New Delco Batteries $4.95 Exchange Service Motor Co. Buick — Olds — Pontiac j CMC Trucks — Frijrldaircs Used Car Bargains A. H. Hinton Chrysler and Plymouth For Sale or Trade 1934 V-8 Demonstrator 1638 V-8 Coach Model A Coupe .1: FOR BENT—Light housekeeping rooms, 23S North Independence St. Mrs. L. J. Teal. c-161 WAR PROFITS BIIiL. House Passed the Measnhe Vote of 367 to 15. by 'OR RENT — Modern heated apartment, well located; apply Mrs. Cora Foster at Jewelry Store. c-172 LOST AND FOUND. iOST ; OR STOLEN—Uopo hoist: please notify George .lung, Atlanta. p-161 WANTED WANTED—Boy. Palace Cafe. c-lfi:! WANTED—Your furniture to repair. Ves Bunch. c-16 WANTED—Girl. Palace Cafe. c-16 3 WANTED—To buy feeding shoats. R. E.' Kindling, Windfall, c-162 WANTED—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Ira O. Baden Phone 353G. p-191 WANTED—To .erind and adjust your lawn mowers; 50c. Wm. Teal, Atlanta. p-102 WANTED — Cab for Chevrolet truck, 1!>2!) to 1931 model. Wallace Meyers, Arcadia. i>-161 WAITED—Work on farm by experienced young man. Walter Estes, Hobbs. c-lGi WANTED — The best 40 acres that $4,000 cash will buy. L,. W. Fuller. c-161 WANTED — Girl for housework and care of children. Phone 4243. ' c WANTED — Curtains; Nil-Way method. Smitsou's Laundry. c-161 WANTED—Tractor plowing and discing; gardens to plow: O. O. Mock. 835 North Independence. p-lGl WANTED—Lawn mowers to sharpen and repair; have power grinder; all work guaranteed or no pay. Tieteman & Heisser, 700'Vi N- Independence. C'162 WANTED—Men to learn Mechanical Drawing; we qualify you'in spare time, international Correspondence Schools, Jack Cunningham, Representative, IS34 South Adams Street, Marion Ind. c-162 MISCELLANEOUS OLD HICKORY floor enamel, four shades, "wears like hickory, 69c quart. Resell Drug Store. tf WATKINS PRODUCTS — Tipton citizens wishing these products, drop card to J. M. Harrell, 2301 North B street, Elwood; give name, address and order of articles; "will deliver next Saturday; next week on Thursday. p-161 MONEY TO LOAN 'ARM LOANS^-ReasOnable rate FieldAiur & Fielding. o tf Tribune Want Ada Got Results. GUARANTEED USED OARS FOR SALE \ ;• 1934 Plymouth sedan 1933 Plymouth sedan 1932 Chevrolet coach 19132 Plymouth coupe 1933 Plymouth coupe 1932 *OHtiac sedan 1929 Bwns ; wach (By United Press). Washington, April 9.—The house today passed the McSwain war profits elimination bill after a. rebellious membership forced the military affairs committee to strip from the bill a provision' authorizing the president to draft soldiers in time of -war. The vote -was 367 to 15. Immediately prior to the vote of final passage, the house on a roll call vote, 205 to 1S3, sent the till back to the house with the conscription clause eliminated. The bill provides for a 199 per cent tax on excess war profits, conscription of wealth and raw materials in 1 war time, pives the President power to fix prices, license industry, and regulate the distribution of essential commodities. i ; H^£fN4 r: ^$ " ng retained as follows: 1 shop on'West "Walnut street opeiv to the public. ; f Mrs. Mary Kennedy of Center spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rufe Plummer. Mrs. George Leisure accompanied Miss Rose Mary Jordan to the John Peterson home near Swayzee Monday. Mr. Peterson Is very low with cancer of the stotm- ach. Miss Jordan will assist with the household work. : Imogene Knotts of Anderson spent last week 1 the guest of her grandparents ^Ir. and Mrs. Ed Knotts. j Mr. and Mrs.! Ira Hanshew were , entertained at j Sunday dinner ; at pelican ^ and the home of Mjr. and Mrs. Culver Prcesaug. j Mrs. Maude Fields -who is quite Mrs. Clara Henderson, president'; May Hobbs, secretary-treasurer; The raieeting closed with group" singing and repeating of ; the Lard's; prayer, after which contests were enjoyed. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Ed Miller add Mrs. Zeigler. Mrs 1 . Frank Henderson and her daughter, Mrs. Luella Miller, entertained Sunday with a chicken dinner in honor of the birthday on Monday of Mildred Cochran. Guests .present for the delightful time [were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas '., Glenn Boyer, and Loella and Lowell Miller. ill with cancer of the mouth will CTKTISVILLK. and Mrs. XoeljSchell. Charles and Merl Perry of Lafayette were Thursday guests of Boone Leavell and family. Miss Hattie Parr was the Wednesday evening supper guest of Earl 0rejig and family. Mrs. Geneva Cook has returned to her home here after spending the past winter with Boone Leavell and family and Lawrence Nash and family. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Jones iuui son rhilip of Anderson spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. William F. Jones. They were Sun- enter the Lutheran hospital |at Fort Wayne this week for observation and treatment. SHARPSVIIAE.. Henry Griffith and family of Mundie were the'week end guests of Fred Jarrett and family. Mrs. Jake Fretz. mother Mrs. .Fanny near Scircleville. Carl Clem id recovering from aj Subscription payments due this weeKi of the 10th. Lola Hoffman and Mrs. family. guests ot Mr. and Ford of Indianapolis. severe attack of the llu. ; 1 -- . -.. Tiurdnlla .idhiiKon of Tipton; will full at.the several homes and Bessie Graff and family o! Ko\vas the wceki end s««st of Mr.! business places. | komo. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Peters were j Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parrisli! the Sunday evening guests of his and daughter Pixie Sue of Mar- parents Mr. and Mrs. Gus Peters ion and LawriMice Ray and fam- of Galvestou. ily were the siniday guests of Mr.) Victor Owens and family mo- nnd Mrs. George Parrish and! torcd near McCordsville and spent danehter Marie. the week end with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse niesslnjj| Mrs.. 1 Hattie Luse. • ••••• ,-, } • . -j ; -i-" ^ '••". .-' .. . ;.. ' • ! i- .-•- 1 i ' •• .". . .-.• . . • • . • i.- .• '-I:'- - -••-••.• '.• li .'•'•-•'• ..... • . • - . \ • i : r parents! Mr. and : • • • • 5 ; Hutto and chil- Saturday dinner ents Mr. 'and Mrs. f .Pair-field. and family were; ler guests of his nny Horton ot amack Is slowly s confined to her rouble. Gus Paul left tor for California reside indefinitely ieir daughter Mr. vey ^Moore and ranklin, Mr. and lin of Dayton', O., rs. Clarence Mc- Sunday dinner nd Mrs. Peter ipolis. j . Orval Cage were er guests of Mrs. d family o! Ko- Sam Ballenbacher n-ere the week end arents Mr. and rins. Harry Aite of Elwb Sunday at a birthd v.- ( v ^: : -:;;;v^ &•& *- -r£S$| v " : - ; ''i ' : ' x TV; __J S3 .were guests- ay dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Suits '.and family of Tipton. Miss Mary LeaveH of Windfall spent, the .week end north of Hobbs with Miss Carol. Brown. Mr. arid Mrs! Os. tertained over: the and Mrs. Marshall fa-rally of Hemlock. noon- guests were Dallas Andrews an Newell Mahan of Mrs. Tom Mahan Juanita of Arcadia lar Clifton, en- week end Mr. Andrews and Sunday after- Mr, and Mrs. i Sir. and Mrs. Kokomo and and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Legs en- Mr. and Mrs. Ear] family moved last we John Brogdon proper to the Omer Barrow New Lancaster. Mr. t J. Butz • and family the property vacate Cooper and family. Notice to Heirs, Cret In the- matter of th William B. Alex ceased, in the Ti] Court January Ten Notice is hereby Tom J. Alexander, a acting as administrat letters of administrat tertained Sunday : Mrs. Margaret estate of William B.. "l.egg a,nd son Edwin arid daugli- deceased, has present ter Lucille of Muncie. Mr. and his account and \ouct Mrs. Lewis Woods Mr. and ilrs.i!?"™' of ,, sa ' d _ esta 'Estel Legg and family and Miss Naomi Legg of Tipton. ination and action of Court on the 10th d Mr. and -Mrs. Everett Brogdon 1 1935, at which time a and daughter Coleen of ^odi^rso^ legatees of spent the week end m Hobbs cbur£ and sh(m ^^ with Mr. and Mrs. Hunry Riley j,e. why said account and Mr. and Mrs; and family. ; Mr. and Mrs. H John Brogdon i prs should ;>ot l-e- app Witness <."& clerk E. Castor en- . r «j,««« ..,. _ •,, tertaincd Sunday at their homu in jiar-h jn.'.n Hobbs, Mr. and I Mrs. Charles RAYMOND W. . Wells and daughter Elizabeth of near Aroma and Miss Garnet (Seal) Cle 143-49-55-01. C Ale {oj . Mrs. J. E. Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cage and Don Cage and family of Logans- .port were the Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.. Laura Collins and and daughter! Patty visited rcla-j Oil Smith was the Sunday din-j lvnn Cage and family. lives .at Kokomo over the week! ner 'guest of his daughter Mrs. end. ; I Sam ! Ramseyer and family of near Miss Ruth iJiirdan. member o£'j liussiavillu. the junior class of the Windfall! Mr. and Mrs. James Herbert liiirii. has becm quite ill with the j entertained at Sunday dinner Ed measles, hut "was improved Mon-j Wcstfall and family and Mr. and day. ' [Mrs. Harry Tyn'er. Mrs. William MoClish has re-! Mrs. Oil Smith spent the week day guests of Mrs, William Clous- i cp j ved worf , ^ )lat h( , r sister Mrs. I end : visiting her son Robert Dun- cr near Windfall. Willie Cardwell were tho week end guests ot Mrs. Peach Henderson and son Ralph. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harney and daughter Joy. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gregg liiliie Sunday at Homer with relatives. James Rilcy of Indianapolis spent the week end with Casper Kiloy and wife. Mrs. Rilcy and children who had been visiting Emma Snottjagp R6 years, of ran', who is attending school ilt , tertained at Sunday dinner Mrs. Lawrence Whitehead and, family entertained, at a birthday dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Albert Alexander of Arcadia, an'd Clarence Roler and family. The dinner was in honor of Martha Holer's seventh and Mrs. Alexander's sixty-fifth birthday anniversaries. Curtis Richards, and family en- and fan>> l >'HvaiTi'n.' had j iiml."rirnh« a major ; Grecncastle. operation nl' the Lutheran lurs-. A number ot relatives and pital in Koijf Wayne Saturday, i iriemls Katherud Sunday, at the She was found to he suffering; home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cage with an abdominal cjincor. Mrs. • and: reminded him or his forty- Mrs. Lottie Harney and S( , oU was ,•<„.,„,,,-]}- E mm:l MC-] niwli birthday anniversary. Harhpy of Elwood si' CIlt j ,-ijsh. daughter of tho hito Mr. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Will Alexander (icorge McClish of .were Sunday, evening guests of i MUM-! brother Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ! Martha Richards and Mrs. Harry Wilson and son of near Windfall. Dr. and Mrs. Lynn Herron spent Monday with relatives and friends at Scpttsburg. Dr. Lynn Herron and family entertained at Sunday dinner Mrs. Rachel-Burch of Galvestoli. Burch of Chicago, Mr. and Miss Kdnalstout. who is tiikiii;: Penilorgrass of Kokomo. Mr. Pen- Mrs Caar ies Johnson of Swayzee/ beauty culture cnursn at tho j del-grass is in poor health. Ralph Weob and family of Hobbs, .Rainbow Aradnmy at Indianapo-| Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barlow and ! Mrg L avona Lawson of near here the past week accompanied j ]js s])ont t]l( j week on(1 wjt|l nPr lMrs. Lottie Batcliolor entertained ( Scotts burg and Will Kincade and her husband home. parr-nls, Mr.'and Mrs. John Stout.) at Sunday dinner Clyde McCoy j {aniilyi Mrs. Margaret Brown of Hobbs Dr ani] M j. K R v - C h anrc took : and' family of Kokomo. Mrs. Har-| De l c ie Shields of Kokomo.and spent Friday here with Walter | Ml(>ir mtll , granddaughter. Hetty j riett Butler and daughter Mary,! hcr sist er, Mrs. Leona Pickett Hook and family. Mrs. Lois Riley and children of Louise Jolinjson to hcr home in, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hinkley and were tnc ,jinJier guests Tuesday Indianapolis visited Friday with , urnfHl ]l(ln .^ w]th " tllenl Indianapolis isund.-iy tind G;ii] ra-jJ. J- Batchelor and family. of Mr. and Mrs. .Columbus Ben- Lewis Heine-man and wifo. j Kmil Smith and family , arc j nett south of town. Mrs. Frank Kane visited Thurs-j sunc , W i Ul l Rt , v . am i ^rs. G. W. ; s ' P(ir<Uhy Mnrlon spent j moyin'g from his mother's farm, j day with' her grandmother Anna Dunlap. Winfrey. Mr. and >jlvs. Guy Trimblo en- move to her farm. and Mrs. Howard- Wilburn norUi of town to the Gus Paul of Kokomo were the Sunday din- proporly. Mrs. Ben Smith will ncr guesls „( his parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. .Tamos Collins oftc-rtained at! Sumhiy dinner lh«! Mr - all(1 Mrs - ! Mrs. Lora Wilburn. Beatty and 1 Ross Broy ]es and Walter.Vitts SIMPSON, " Clerk TIptoiC Circuit Court. Foust of Frankton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garnion had as their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Ray Black and family, Miss Addie Click and John Click. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brogdon and daughter Jean Alice spent Sunday in Elwood with their son William Brogdon and wife. Edward Cole, employed on the pipe line out of- Montpelier speut tlig week end at ! Hobbs with iT7j family. -. • I Mr. and Mrs. !Guy Rush andj son James, spent Sunday nearj Windfall with Mr. and Mrs.; Charles Stacker. !l The Home Builders class of the!. Hobbs M. E. Sunday school gave) Mr. and Mrs. Russell Uunnin?, \vlio lecently moved southwoat of Hobbs, a house'.varming. The.! guests took well filled caskets andj a delicious pitchin dinner was; enjoyed by all. The"remainder •°f| See— YOUNG & MASON- Suits and Fumishijjga 106 East Jefferson St. Radio Repairs LINEBACKS BLUE BEACON A Coal With Remarkable Heating Qualities Don W. Coffin Erie Street Phone 70 way. The Hobbs Christian Aid will meet Thursday afternoon with) Mrs. Fred Wright and all mem-j bers are urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Powell entertained Tuesday at thefr homu north of Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bibler, Sirs. Kate Locke and Miss Joyce Locke, all of Elwoo<!. Mrs. Elizabeth Castor was the Tuesday guest of her son Walter Castor and family near Plum Grove. Mrs. Jasou Delons south of Hobbs spent last week at Richmond with her sister Mrs. Dora Tipton were Friday evening vis-i latter's-parents Mr. and Mrs. Hoi-'Virgil Carter and family were the; ot Kokomo motored to Valparaiso itors of Mr. and Mrs. John Alley. J i-y Smith-of JTipton 1 'who had been i Sunday dinner guests ot C. E -j Saturday and attended a rural Chester Heflin and wife and j visiting at PjUUnfleld the guests of ' Edwards and[family of Kokomo. I n)ai | carr i e rs meeting. daughter Nancy were business! thoir son Ramie Smith and wife.! Pr. Lee Bartte of Knightstown j Garland Essig of Arcadia was j ciaybaugh who is'Seriously ill at visitors at Tipton Friday. i Tim son and wife were also din-i was the Sunday dinner guest of i a g lin d ay dinner guest of hisl tne R ee( j hospital. Roscoe Edwards jamos si,,>t-! ner guests ajt the Trimble homo. I George Hughes and family. j brother Verlin Essig and family. See the New Leonard " Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADEE ft^BO; 116-118 South Main St. \ VJ; terley and Mrs. Ella Eades were Tipton visitors Wednesday., i '•"""-• "' i „.,,.., , ., (Thursdav guests of Aslier Biirk-j Clyde Kinder and wife were',.'., I , „ . ' „ , ... , , ... , ' hardt and daughter Mane. Sunday dinner guests ot Noah i _ ,,i , „, . m „ j ., I There will he a Missionary Tea Brown and wife, I {in the parlors of the Methodist Jesse Coleman and wife of Tip-^ l:huvch We | dnesdav ton were Sunday, evening guests Membcvs o£ the of John Alley and wife. WINDFALL. Mr. ,ind .Mrs. Tom Durbin and.i Ray Lee and family of near | Bruce Peters and family enter- t'amily of jpendleton were tbo ; Ru?siaville were the Sunday din- j taitted at dinner Sunday Burtis I Bechdol and family, Pauline Myers and Margaret Webb of Seven MUe. '. ; ' Paul Tyner and family of Ko- I komo were the Saturday evening guests'of his parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lott motored to Wells county Saturday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs! Sam Brown. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Frost wercju, o same, s'till T>eing confined to entertained at Sunday dinner at,'],is bed at liis home in Windfall. afternoon. Christian andj Baptist missionary societies will be guests. Mrs. Earl Mast, district officer of Greentown, will be the guest speaker. Everyone is vited to attend. Asher Burkhajdt who suffered a light stroke of paralysis one week ago at Tipton. remains about the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Dean. Mrs. Rose Butner spent Wednesday and Thursday at Anderson the puest of her son C. O. Butner and wife. Mrs. Frank Striker and children, who have been the guests Mr. Burkhardt and daughter Mrs. Marie Johnson had for their Sunday dinner guests, Mr. an'd Mrs. Clarence Bu'rkhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Kin;! of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. C rvillo Burkhardt of Greentown, of T i p Mr. and Mrs. John ton and Mr. and Mrs. CHAPEL. t9»*cmeVfdletT»lcTc-tip of Mrs. Emma Mitchell for sev-1 L1 «Xd Forkner^of^Indianapolis. eral days returned to Rochester Monday. Mrs. Minnie Snyder went to Tipton Saturday for a week's visit with her son Lawrence Snyder and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stetdle of Fountain City were; the week end guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steidle senior. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry ' Striker and daughter Wilma of Elwood visited Mrs. Ivy Striker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Breaks entertained at a prettily appointed, dinner party Sunday, honoring the birthday anniversary of Phi Scudder. The guests for the elaborate dinner besides the'gusat'of honor -were Mrs. PW-gcudder,' Mr. and children of Mrs. Ed Miller southeast oc Tipton', igave her a complete surprise Sunday in honor of her birthday which .occurred on that datis. The guests arrived at the noon hour with well filled baskets, and the bountiful dinner included tlwo large, decorated i birthday cakes. . Those present were 'Mr. tnd Mrs.; C- C. Boyd, : Mr. and M-s.; Walter Miller; and daughter Cirplyn Ann of Tipton, Mr: and M 'B. Claude Etchlson^ Mr and Mis. Harve Heflin.) near new Lancaster. Mr. and Mra.j Waidon Miller and T^ayne MayJHobt! and (sons, and Miller. > * The Hapty Hour ,club met GOES HE PRICE OF entertained at Wednesday evening SU p pe V Nan. Smith, Mrs. Mae Grishaw, Delcie Shields and Clint Keisling of Kokomo. Mrs. Roy Foutch of Goldsmith spent Thursday and Friday in Hobbs .with her daughter .Mrs. Fred Cook and family. Mrs. Cas-j tor of Hobbs was also a guest; Thursday'of Mr. and Mrs. Cook.j Miss- Margaret Stafford of Indianapolis visited last week near 'Hobbs with Mr. and Mrs. David j Stafford. LEATHERMAW FUNERAL HOME "; Ambulance Service . Furnace Coils Waste Fuel Replace Your Coll "mthl-fS a Self Action : ^ -2| GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Co, of:'Xnol n'HAVING comfort feil u UIO tioie low fa price with the mDnouncementofProbikJmrfor —the remtrktble new; double- edge razor bUde. Think of ill You g*t 2i keen,«mod«h-ih«»- ing bUdei, uniform f^qmOir/, for only S9f. You'll wonfler how tuch fine blides eta be ibid for io little mooejr. ! : Pro6»k Junior IjtheWod of ThisjfeUde i; •'— 1JjJ , ground. ! itropped-giTei yoo wpnderfiil • southeaat of Tjpt 1 HOBBS. •Mrs. Lloyd Cox of Tipton will entertain tho Betty club on Friday afternoon. , John Ressler was a • business visitor at Indianapolis Saturday'. Mrs. Inez Hobbs and Mrs. Cynthia "Warner were'- -Thursday Bue?ts of Mrs: Russell- IJToovor •near!: Tipton Thiirsday. - i, •_ !&ir. and Mrs. Lawrence Julius and; family were relativoj guests Sunday of Mr. and -'.Mrs. ' S. L. Owens of Sheridan. Mir. and Mrs. Herman June and soji spent the week end In, Tipton with. Mr. and Mrs N. D Brown an'dlJMr and Mrs Valentine Jung IllrJ and Mrs. Hoy Hobbs were at 1 Frankfort Sunday afternoon vljityng Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert HoDbs and Mr and Mrs A. C Campbell. 'Mrs. George O'gden 'and;, eof D fnl i^d of Tipton was the Tuesday gl$gt Of Mrs. Anna Henderson of H Henry Helgorson: and dini^ter Jane spont Friday here OTIBfhfer mother Mrs. W. S. V •'and Mrs. Dalse Davis «nd a* Public Si The tmderpigaed, administratrix of the estate Smith, will sell at public auction at the Smith miles west aid 2^ miles north of Tipton on Ho. 31, or 12% miles south of Kokomo, on Friday, April 12,1 Sale to StartJnt 1O:-30 A. M., tluV Following Personal THREE HEAD OF HORSES Eight-year-old bay mare with mare colt by ing 3-year-old gelding. FIVE HEAD OF CATTLE Two-year-old heifer; 8-year-old cow; 2 calves; I8aj old Shorthorn bull. SIXTEEN HEAD OF SHEEP Sixteen head 6f sheep, 1 to 4 .years old; eight oly already hare lambs. THIRTY HEAD OF HOGS Six Hampshire sows and one Duroc sow; with pigs and rest to farrow soon; 22 head of Duroc male, 2 years'did. FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. Oood wafcon-wfth «*t ifcxl; 4-horse wheat drill tl"" ~ grass seed «ttachiip»nta; tandem disc; Dooring-mr—* Decrtj l-«»w jcnl««*tor, nonrly new, 3-secfiUm wugon with -gravel bed; mud boat; 4 hoft fteqw Mr;"8-s*ct»on'roO«; -a set* or.bruss mounted ' rj'{jBoUawj «* ittm. fcetdes; galwur"— tfcpk h«»t«r; 'grtadstonc; set ojf ™ tiiolB n J^tW

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