'.' f f [ 'SO^ I « f-c TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOB! SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE TOR SALE—Property north edge Goldsmith; acre of ground; good 7-room house; good barn, 20x30; out buildings. J. H. Mitchell, Goldsmith. p-165 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE — Baby bed, at 459 Mill street. ' -163 FOR SALE — Manchu seed soy beans, $1.25 bushel. Allen Harper. c-162 FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 65. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE — Oldsmobile coupe; terms. Dallas Warner, Windfall, Route 2. p-162 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest for farmer or poultry man; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR SALE — Concrete gravel, mason sand, delivered anywhere. Ezra Overdorf, Phone 136R, Arcadia. p-S-M-Tu-173 FOR SALE — Old Hickory floor enamel, G9c quart; makes like new, and only at Rexall Drug Store. . c-4f FOR SALE OR TRADE — Remington typewriter. No. 12, in good condition. The Tribune Press. tf FOR SALE — New Remington No. S noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price §79.50, sale price 561.50 cash. Tribune Press. tf IMIMKTANT— Orilc-r chicks in nilramv. Hatch each Jlon. 11,-iivi.* 57. « per 100; ?7.-.'. IKT 300: J7.00 per 1,000. Ke type White Lephorns ri per ion; 56.75 per. 500; ii per I.""!'. Few started FOR RENT — 2 furnished rooms. 522 North Conde street. Phone 48. c-162 FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week. Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t* FOR RENT — Modern heated apartment, well located; .apply Mrs. Cora Foster at Jewelry Store. c-172 WANTED WANTED — Used litter carrier. George's Dairy, Phone 39X7. p-p-164 WANTED—Boy. Palace Cafe. c-163 WANTED—Your furniture to repair. Ves Bunch. c-163 WANTED—Girl. Palace Cafe. c-163 MORE VIOLENCE. Six Strikers Ordered Arrested in Vincennes After Attack. (By TJnlted Press). Vincennes, April 10.—Warrants for the arrest of six strikers at the Vincennes Packing Company were issued last night after the second outbreak of violence within a week. Orville Horrall, who returned to work when the plant reopened this week, was followed home last night and beaten by-six men. Two men, Alva and Gilbert Modglin, were arrested immediately after he signed naming the assailants. warrants Finnshing Course. WANTED—To buy feeding shoats. R. E. Findling, Windfall, c-162 WANTED—Garden plowing; 'work guaranteed. Ira O. Baden. Phone 3536. p-191 WANTED—To grind and adjust your lawn mowers; 50c. Wm. Teal, Atlanta. p-162 WANTED—Lawn mowers to sharpen; guaranteed work; n-jiv handles and rollers. 126 South Main. c-M-W-F-164 WANTED — Everybody to know you can buy nice wall paper for Sc double roll. Rexall Drug Store. c-tf WANTED—Lawn mowers to sharpen and repair; have power grinder; all work guaranteed or no pay. Tieteman & Heisser, 703 \y N. Independence, c-162 chicks, lluosicr town, Ind .. Hatchery. Michigan- FOR SALE — Team coming 5-year- old horses, real ones; used 3- bottom tractor plow; 7-ft. I. H. C. horse disc; 7-ft. grain binder; new and used tractors and farm implements; get my prices before you, buy. Butz Implement Store, Hobbs. Telephone 33X8, Tipton. c-tf FOR SALE—Complete lunchroom equipment; best season now for lunch and gasoline; well established business; bargain if sold at once. Bunch's Lunch's. FOR SALE—Brooder house, 9x 12, good condition. Warren • Yantis, Phone Ekin. p-163 WANTED—Men to learn Mechanical Drawing; we qualify you'in 4 spare time. International Correspondence Schools, Jack Cunningham. Representative, 1834 South Adams Street, Marion Ind. c-162 MISCELLANEOUS WALL PAPER CLEANING by expert; 50c room up. Claude Jolly, Phone 1GS. p-163 FOR SALE — Green tweed coat suit and black satin coat, fur trimmed, size 16; fur neckpiece; all in good condition. Call 4374 or 124 West Washington. c-163 FOR RENT FOR RENT—Rooms for housekeeping. Anna Hooton. c-166 Good Used Cars 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 — Pontinc CMC! Trucks — Frlgidalres EXTRAORDINARY mattress sale; for ten days, through special arrangement with National Mart- tress company; don't buy until you see them and get low prices; ends with big auction of everything in store. Saturday. April 20, and giving away of $19.50 mattress. Foster Furniture. c-164 Mrs. Bcrnice Bollenbacher, who completing her special course in music at the Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music in Indianapolis, will return to Sharpsville within the near future. Begin- ing May .S, she will resume her will remain for ernoon. James THB TIPTON DA 1.T l': >• • " • ?•'-'-• ' - •' ton, Mrs. Johmon being; a Bister of Mrs. Dunham. Mrs. j Dunham the funeral services to be held Wednesday aft- Forkner visited Thursday In Kokomoj the dinner, guest of Mrs. Grover Dale Forkner Of Kokomo was a dinner guest of Forkner. Sunday his grandfather. Mrs. Anna Sharp moved Saturday from tBe Eugene Orr property to the Thad Mozihgo property. Mr. and Mrs. Orr will occupy their own! residence. Alta Dawson and William Wells of Kokomo were Sunday evening supper! guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McMullan. Claud Kelly an,d daughter Peggy Lou, south of Kempton' and Loghan Henning and family of vices m Mornings-worship and Junior League, 10:30 a. m. Special play^t by the jnntors, "The!Song They| Sang;" (sermon, "Palm Branch Piety," by the minister. No evening services because of the baccalaureate service at the Christion church. 'Mid-week prayer service ;each Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m v in the parsonage. During this pre-easter season, let us turn our (aces toward the Cross of Calvary and live the abundant life with our risen Lord. Wesleyan Methodist Church, Rev. JDempsey Howard, Pastor: Sunday school at 9:30. Morning worship service at 10:30; sermon by pastor; special musical numbers, j Yo,ung people's meeting at 6:30; these services are helpful and interesting. Evening worship Aubrey Cardwell and family of Cary. j Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Orr of classes in music. Mrs. Bolleilbach-! er is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. E. Hawkins of Sharpsville. WINDFALL. Anderson spent |the week lend with | service at 7:30. Rev. John Johnson qf Kempton, preached at the morning service Sunday morning. Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30. Cottage prayer meeting Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Mabel McVey. Also |a short missionary session, owing to some special business Walton' were guests of Orr. Lucille Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stillwell. the Kokorao school, teacher spent in the week end with! her parents M r.! a "P ea i n " n S- Au who are not at ' and Mrs. Frank Stillwell j tending elsewhere are cordinally Mrs. Barnard] Reagan who was invUed to come and worship with sick last week with us taken very toxic poisoning tor and is able the time. is reported bet- Mrs. Carrie Leonard will start Mrs. Laura Clouser entertained at a family dinner party Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Couch and family of Kokomo, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Jones and son Phillip of Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heaver and son' of Indianapolis. Mrs. L. G. Landon and son Thomas of Milford, 111., came Monday to be the suests of Mrs. Maude Clifton and other friends. Mrs. Landon attended the anniversary meeting of the O. E. S. chapter. Donald Clouser of Royal Center came Monday for his mother, Mrs. Sarah Blessing to return j nas ,, een spen diii s her spring va-' home with him as his wife had j cation wlth wi! j ma Shockley re- ; fallen while doing the chores, fracturing a rib.- Clouser is the daughter of Mrs. Blessing. jo be up a part of making the last collection for The Tribune the week of April 18. Every one please be in readiness for her when she calls. Albert Inslow and wife moved from'i Tipton to the property of Mrs. Oliven Jones, along the car line. ; Mr.! and Mrs. Floyd Fouch, west Mrs. Kate Hoover who is in the Soldiers home at Lafayette and Deveta Cox, a nurse of the home motered to Kempton Thursday, the former visiting with the family of Melvih Johnson and the latter with her Brother, Roy Cox, . at Sheridan, and her father Mali- of Indianapolis. w«re the Sunday Ion Cox and brother Robert Cox! di "" er euests ot Mr - aild Mrs ' of Kempton. ! George June east -of Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. jceril Shockley of! Raymond Waltz and family of Indianapolis visited Sunday with; Indianapolis, were Sunday dinner the former's mother Mrs. Mary D. I S»ests of Mr. and Mrs. William Shockley. Margaret Thomas, who! Waltz, southeast of Atlanta. Mrs, O. H. Mary ! Esther farm! turned home with her parents. ! "wight Me Mrs -l The Auxiliary! Ladies of the Or-' lis - were S Mendenhall, Williamson Mrs. and Mendenhall of Indianapo- Sunday dinner guests of val Wisehart Post met Thursday j Mrs - Kittie Walton. Mrs. Menden- evening. During the • business I lla11 - Jr - aud daughter Patricia Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Frost vis-| mnot [ nR ,,i ans WPro m ada for aj Ann - ! and son Davi(i - wll ° spent ited friends in Kokomo Tuesday. I f 00 (] market to be held Saturdav : " le w l ce k with Mrs. Walton, re- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Dutton en-1 April 20. A beautiful friendship tllrllcd " on 'e with them, tertained at a prettily appointed j fan quilt will be given away. The! na * Mollllt ot Cleveland, was dinner party Sunday. Mr. andj quilt will be on display a week| tho _Monday dinner guest of his Mrs. Leslie Graham and children. Mr. and Mrs. James Wines and sons, Kenneth and Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Nash and son Junior all of Point Isabel and Martha # - •;•• • .. -•;• • -T-- •> - -i • 1 y the senior class at At-. been absent from school on ac-»ville given byj their neighbors j ter - USED IMPLEMENTS, ETC. — Farmall tractors, used and new; Fordson; 'five John Deere double disc harrows; I. H. C. tractor disc, good shape; Allis- Chalmers, used 1 year; culti- packer, used 1 year; rotary hoe, good shape; feed grinder, good condition; 4 used mowers; 2 John Deere 8-ft. binders; one Champion, l Osborne, 7-ft., 1 Deering, 7-ft.. cheap; 5 two- row cultivators, i. H. C., P. & O. and John Deere, one good as new; wagons, used and new; 1 John IDeere spreader, 1 i. H. C., 2 Black Hawk; also one 11- year-old gray mare; used trucks and new; 2 I. H. C. 2-ton; 1-ton six speed; one 1932 Chevrolet, with stock rack; all dual rear wheels. Hull Bros, Court St. c-165 count of being ill with the measles. KKMPTON. Used Car Bargains A. H. Hinfon Chrysler and Plymouth For Sale or Trade V-8 Demonstrator V-8 Coach Jodel A XJpnpe Sedan Odtfeh pe, new new tires. MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable rate Fielding ft Fielding. c tf Mr. and Mrs. Herman Armstrong of Frankfort visited Sunday with Mr. and Arnie Armstrong and the former's father, James Armstrong. Eddie Thomas and family northwest of Kempton visited Sunday with the former's brother, Jesse Thomas of Indianapolis. The latter who has been in a dangerous 'condition with heart trouble and dropsy was found to be resting a little easier on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCul-1 served. ly and son Bobby of Hemlock j Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rayls south Bozman of Marion, were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nash. Marilyn Frances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Francis has before their market in one of the j mothcl '- Mrs ' JIar J' Moullt - " e was store buildings i Following the! called home to attelld the funeral business meeting a socal hour! 01 ' an UIU:le - Jonn Scull >'- Mr was enjoyed'an^ refreshments ofj and Mrs " Dewe >' Mount of cicero sandwiches, cakfe and coffee werei were Sunda >' din ner guests. John Ashby of Flora, was the Saturday dinner guest of Mr. and of Kempton Avere the victims of lMrs - Charls Lo " s ' a surprise kitchen shower Fri-i Vivian Hunter of Hanover col- day evening at jthe home of tho! Ie B e - 'returned Sunday, having former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ! s P ellt fhe vacation period with her S. W. Rayls n'prth of Grooms-! Parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hun- and friends. The gifts were dis-! Mrs - Lillian Perry and family, played on a table, the young peo-j Mrs - Minorca Purtee and family plo • receiving niany lovoly and useful gifts, Da.ncing, cards and music were enjoyed until a late hour. Refreshments for the evening were sandwiches, cakes and and Mrs. Mary Farley and family of Indianapolis, visited Thursday and Friday with Sam Baden and familj j . Cash Ilobbs and family of Mun- T lanta high school Saturday evenf ing was 'enjoyed by a ,flne audience. JThe class netted $41.85:! [ "Loijd of Hosts," an Easter cantata, will be given at the Methodist church Thursday evening by jthe combined choirs of the Christian and Methodist churches in connection with the government (educational project. The musical director is Miss Ollene Nance ! of Walnut Grove. Alberta. Shock was removed from the home of her father., George Shock of Atlanta, by the Shaffer ambulance to the Noblesville hospital Monday evening, ill was thought she was suffering from pneumonia. Examination also revealed an abscess on her side. She will be under observation and an operation may be necessary. -She has been quite ill for more than a week. > Mrs. Mayme Bills of Gary, visited Friday morning with her father, Granville Brunson. She also called on Emma and Rena Gifford. She had spent Thursday night with Dr. Bills' pa'rents at Fortville, and stopped in Atlanta on the way horned Mrs. .Will Leonard, who underwent an operation at the Beechwood hospital a week, ago, is getting along nicely, but will remain at the hospital two weeks longer. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ingalls and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ingalls of Indianapolis, spent Sunday with' their mother, Mrs. Anna Ingalls, Catherine Ingalls, who spent last week's 'vacation with her grandmother; returned hbme with her parents. i Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Buscher of Kokomo, were the Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Flora 'Phenis. In the afternoon they all visited with Mr. and Mrs., Granville Major at Omega, who located at that place Friday, in the Virgil Etchison home, .moving from Camdeu, O. Mr. Major will have charge of the grocery and filling station at Omega. House guests of Mrs. Cora Scully are James Scully of Niles, 0., and Mrs. Loretta-Good, of Kokomo. Mrs. Charles-'Grishaw, who has visited at tile Scully home for several days, 'returned home' Tuesday. Mrs. Bertha Joseph of Noblesville, who was the speaker of the evening at the young , people's county meeting held at tie M. El church Monday evening, visited after the meeting with Mrs; Flossie Walton. : '' ARCADIA. THE DAILY WHEEZE Mrs. Jawish: -I had a very interesting conversation this afternoon?" i • <g| Mr. J.: "Who was listening?" A typical United States citizen is a man who is so prosperous that be has to borrow money to pay his income tax. Attorney H. D. Pickering was attending to legal matters in In- dlinapolls 'Wednesday. OARS 1981 'Dodge Roadster |5»&3wta> Maxine and Miriam Peters and Mrs. Belle Dunham were Thursday evening supper guests of Raj- Peters and family and John W. Peters of near Windfall. April. 17th at 4:00 o'clock the Home 'Economics classes of the high school and junior high under the supervision of Mrs. Lowell Amos will present a style show of their own work in the auditorium of the high school. Following the style show the 7th and 8th grade girls will serve tea at the annex where the other articles of sewing will be on display. All persons interested in the work 1 the, girls have been doing are invited to be .present. Mrs. Johff Griffith will also have on display the work of her art students in the art room. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hohn and Mrs. Anna- Waite of Logansport visited Monday with John Gross and .family. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Gross 'and their guests attended the funeral of an .uncle, William: Walte, at Anderson. •Mrs; 'Belle Dunham of Kempton left Monday afternoon for Sablna, Ohio, where she was pies. There wer(j 111 friends andi cie - w P re weok end guests of Mr. neighbors .present to enjoy the and al i rs - Frank Stitt, Jr. evening. Music was furnished by Raymond Mongold, of Nobles- Pete Croyle near Kempton, Virgil and Russell Smith and Bill Ridener of Kokomn, iNeal and Eugene Miller rff East Union, Carl Day and Allen Rood^ of Russiaville. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Park of Muncie and Laurence Clark and family of Indianapolis were Saturday night and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clark. Mrs. Raymond Mason "and daughter Marlene of Tipton were guests Saturday of Mrs. Pearl Sumner and daughter Marjorie. ; Shirl Riebeling and V a n'e Learning were at Atlanta Sunday evening and called at the home of the late John Scully. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McClain-.of Warren, Ohio, were guests Saturr day and Sunday of Mr. and Mri; .., ,. „ , ,. uuy aiiu ouuuajr ui nn. cutu. .»*»w. v.lle was^tne Sunday d.ner guest ffl Sunday Mr . a nH of Mr and Mrs. John Plain. .._„_,_ ._.__..,_.^ „. - -u Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Samuels cajjed hy the of her great- and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wimer visited the Builders and Decorators Exhibition alt the fairground at Indianapolis Sunday evening. Mrs. Carl McCarthy spent the week end with h'er daughter Lois who is in nurse 1 ^ training at the St. Margaret's Hospital at Hammond.'Lois is aJ senior and will graduate this summer, j Mary Tunis, aj student! of Ball State school at Muncie spent the week end with per parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson 1 Tunis, i Mrs. Andrew C,lark visited Sat' with her broth- John Campbell urday and Sunda; er, Mr. and Mrs! of Kirklin. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rector en-? tertained at Sun lay dinner. Rev. John 1 Clark and Jamily of Indianapolis and Mr. 4nd Mrs. Ernest VaWter. •The mission meetings : at the Methodist church ed with Rev. J.- 3. Bean as minister, "The Life Abundant; 1 ' being the theme, of, the evening a special Is rendered! 'The Tited are well attend- meetings.. Each musical tnuinbfii! ipubiic i* in< to <ttUmd. tl MB meetings. ' ' Beiii Hizer of Richmond, is visiting with Clara Boyer. Mr. land Mrs. Lloyd Warfel visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robinson at Elwood. Mr. jand Mrs. Joe Swing of Anderson, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Swing. Merreli Lee Baker, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia is slightly improved. . Charles Ehman : and Loretta Stittlenieyer were united in marriage (Saturday morning at the Christian ' church, parsonage at Sheridan by Rev. L. H. Gray. The young people have a host of friends who wish;them much happiness^ .They wilt make their home with Mrs. Ehman's parents, west of Arcadia,'for the present Mr.! and Mrs. William Ash- paughj moved their household goods jfrom the Whetstone property on John street, to Tipton, Monday. Donald- and Charles Hughes underwent tonsil op.erations : at Noblesville Friday. Both are getting a Mr. ong nicely, but are unable to retirn to school; and Mrs. Bert Overdorf. Jake i Brenner, i Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spldol, Helen Ramsey, Mr/ and Mrs. Ed^Spjdel and J^ax- ine Oyerdorf attended the fel- ebratldn Sunday at the home ot Mr. an! Mra. Henry Langolt c^m- plfmentary to th|e| Birthday anniversaries o! Mrs. Smith entertained at 'a. prettily Appointed dinner party in honor of the birthday of the latter's mother Mrs. O. H. Button of Brownsburg, the guests being the honor guest and Mr. Button, Mr. and Mrs] McClain, Mr.'and Mrs. Bernard ; iKitchin and sons Billy and Omer, Mrs. Carl Brp.wn and Miss Sally Lou Zoller of Greensburg and Mr. and'Mrs. John. Button and son Don of Kokomo. Miss Mildred Bond of Indianapolis spent Saturday and Sunday here with her parents Mr and Mrs. -Ed Bond. Mrs. Bond who has been in poor health for several months and wears an iron. brace remains .^bout the same.- Frank iCaylor who has been in Terre Haute atending a baseball school returned home Sunday afternoon. ;.i , ' r I Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shatter spent Saturday night. in Anderson as the guests of Me. and Mrs. Lowell Whisler. j J. W.jjKnapp and'family and Mrs. .Lois' Knotts and daughter; Donna were guests Sunday of Mr.>and Mrs. S. L. Malott at At-i lanta. ' Mr. and! Mrs.! R. B. Shaffer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vans Learning- and ff pily, Mr. and Mrs. Shirl Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Roden- beek and son Billy" of Indianapolis -spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sowers. Mary Lou Rodenbeck who had been a guest in the Sowers home and Frank Lee who had beenj spending the past week with his grandparents Or. and Mrs. Frank Rodenbeck accompanied their parents home In the evening. Mrs. Blanche Krause and Mr. and Mrs. John Albright of Indianapolis were Sunday-guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lew iGroves. Mrs. Groves accompanied them Home Sunday evening and will visit for several days with Mrs. Albright, Mr. and Mrs. Dona von Wilson and Raymond Groves and family. Mrs. Sarah Kinder and Tohn Graham of here, George Smith of South Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Graham o£ Kokomo motored to Cincinnati, Ohio, Sunday and .visited until Monday afternoon with Mrs. Kinder.'s daughter Mrs. Emery Fuller, and family. . ' Glen Whisler ofj Indianapolis j spent Saturday night and Sunday] here with Mrs. Sadie Cornelius and Mrs. Le'fia Fox. Mrs. Whisler and daughter Betty;Jean who had spent last week' here with" her mother and sister j returned to their home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wes't and daughter Judith Ann ot . Hagerstbwn were Sunday evening supper guests in the Cornelius-Fox home. On Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. Whisler went to Atlanta and visited Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Whisler, Dr. and Mrs. McDaniels and Mrs. John Scully, i Mr. and Mrs. Harvoy Hiatt, Mrs. Conrad Rodej Mrs. Will Ross, Mrs. Elizabeth Jordan, Miss Derizil Nagle. Miss Isabelle Shorter, Mrs. Elmer Hodson and daughter Audra were at "Windfall Monday evening and attended the sixtieth anniversary celebration j of the Eastern Star chapter. j Mr. and Mrs. Olyie Myers of! Broad Ripple were i guests Saturday and Sunday ot his mother j.' Mrs. .Otie .Myers. Mr. and Mrs.!" Wallace Myers -and family ofj Omega were guests'Sunday after-j noon. i | Mrs. : Notice of i Notice is hereby j undersigned has been by the Judge of the Circnl* of Tipton County, Stater ofj ana, administrator of the;" of Margaret. Bates, late of,' county, deceased. Said supposed to be solvent. •*CHARLES A. BA3 April 2, 1935. Admfnte J. F. PYKE, Attorney. 156-62-63^ See—. YOUNG & MASON Suits and Famishing^ 106 East Jefferson St.K wt 4 Radio Repairs LINEBACKS BLUE BEACON A Coal With Remarkable ' Heating Qualities "~ Don W. Coffin Erie Street Phone 70 See the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER & CO. J.CPENNEY-GQ 110-11S South Main St. LEATHERMAN FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Shirl Rieheling spent; Monday in Indianapolis as the! guest of Mrs. Russell Morehpad. j Furnace Coils Waste Ftfel Replace Yonr Coil With a Self Action GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Co. of Ind. Milch Cows For Sale Each Saturday Morning We Have a- Good Lot of Milk Cows at Private Sate Just West of the Indiana CondensedMilk Company Plant AT SHERIDAN, INDIANA. Special Payment Plan for Patrons of jthe Above Company Spitler & Son The undersigned, administratrix of the estate of Loga Smith, will sell at public auction at the Smith farm, fofifcv, miles west and 2y 2 miles north of Tipton on State Koad'^1 No. 31, 'or 12% miles south of Kokomo, on -•-•». Friday, April 12 T 193S Sale to Start at 10:30 A. 31., the Following Personal, Property: "«^ THREE HEAD OF HORSES Eight-year-old hay mare with mare colt by side; ing 3-year-old gelding. Riebeling Smith, Bopth T and family, Albert Shafer, Rollings, Evelyn Marlta Lloyif Wit- HEAD OF CATTLE Two-year-old heifer; 8-year-old cow; 2 calves; 18-r old Shorthorn btdl, SIXTEEN HEAD OF SHEEP Sixteen head oft sheep, 1 to 4 years old; eight of already have lamps. THIRTY HEAD OF HOGS Six Hampshire sows and one Duroc sow; three with pigs and rest to farrow soon; 22 head of Duroc male, 2 years old. , FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. Good wagon with flat bed; 4-hone Wheat drill wtqt le scad attachment^; tandem dine; Deering mowiog j Deere t-row cultivator, nearly hew; 3-secUon wagon with gravel bed; mud boat; 4 hog houses; ber; 'B-septipfi roUei;; 8 sets of brass mounted b 3 ban 'kettles; gmlvaalzcd KQOd npaiv; colhtnr; ties of, '
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