The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 15, 1935 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, April 15, 1935
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" <r ' TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE — Good 80 and 106- acre farms in Tipton county; special farm -bargains on easy terms. Sheridan Clyde, El•wood, Ind. ' P-169 FOR* SALE—Living room suite, dining room suite and kitchen cabinet. Beulah Clem, 414 E. Jefferson street. p-167 FOR SALE—3 acres good ground, good 5-room house, other outbuildings, near the Tipton city limits; electric lights, water in house; at a real bargain price if sold in ten days. Roy C. Purvis, Agent. C-16B FOR SALE — One of Columbia avenue's nice modern homes; 6 rooms, hardwood floors in all rooms; fine basement and furnace; garage; owner leaving; will sacrifice; terms. L. W. Fuller. c-167 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Eight shots. Andrew McNew, Windfall, Route 2. p-167 FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR ' SALE'— 2ryear-old Hampshire male hog, a good one. William Findling. c-168 FOR SALE—One Fordshon tractor and plows; 1 team mules; 1 Osborn 7-ft. grain binder; used Fordson tractor parts; full line of Oliver and 'Allls Chalmers farming tools. Butz Implement Store) Hobbs. Ind c-tf FOR RENT FOR RENT—Rooms. Bockover, c-161 FOR RENT—Rooms for housekeeping. Anna Hooton. c-166 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest for farmer or poultry man; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf WANTEiD—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Ira 0. Baden. Phone 3536. P-191 FOR SALE —(Concrete gravel, mason sand, delivered anywhere. Ezra Overdorf, Pb,one 136R, Arcadia. p-S-M-Tu-173 FOR SALE — Old Hickory floor enamel, 69c quart; makes like new, and only at Rexall Drug Store. c-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE — Remington typewriter. No. 12, in good condition. The Tribune Press. % tf FOR SALE — Two-year-old heifers. 2-row cultivator, two-year- old colts; will exchange colts for young mares. D. Glen Overdorf, Atlanta, Route 1 p : 167 FOR SALE—Shorthorn cow, fresh soon. Mary J. Shockley. Phone Kempton. p-167. FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t' HONEY TO LOAN FARM..LOANS—-Reasonable rate Fielding & Fielding. c tf I DAILY WHEEZE Gumboil: "The people in our part of town are watching the result of a very -interesting conflict." Shadbelly. "What is it?" Gumboil: "An irresistible blond has just met an immovable bachelor." At times like these the average man would rather be almost anything else than president. THE FIRST JOBS. Government Starts Enrolling 110,000 Recruits in CCC. 'OR RENT — Modern heated apartment, well located; apply Mrs. Cora Foster at Jewelry Store. ' c-172 WANTED Washington, April 15. — The government today distrbuted the first jobs under the $4,880,000,000 relief program when the civilian conservation corps began enrolling 110,000 recruits. The recruits, being enrolled all over the country, will replace men who left the CCC early this month. WANTED — Everybody to know you can buy nice wall paper for 8c double roll. Rexall Drug Store. c WANTED—Lawn mowers to sharpen; guaranteed work; nsw handles and rollers. 126 South Main. c-M-W-F-164 WANTED—Bookkeepers, accountants, advertising men, salesmen for courses in higher accounting, salesmanship, illustrating, advertising; courses endorsed by manufacturers, prominent men. International Correspondence Schools, Jack Cunningham, Representative, 1834 South Adams street, Marion, Ind. c-168 LOST AND FOUND. FOR SALE—New Remington No. 8 noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price $79.50, sale price J61.50 cash. Tribuiie Press. tf -,. ^IMPORTANT—Order chicks Fi:-.. in advance. Hatch each ** Mon. Ht-avies J7.45 per 100; J7.25 per 500; J7.00 per 1,000. chicks. --. town, Ind LOST — Lady's black Shaeffer fountain pen; reward. Call 1392. c-166 MISCELLANEOUS FOUR PHOTOS, lOc, finished in four minutes; now open; east of Rexall Drug Store. p-167 WHY GO OUT OF TOWN and pay $60 to $60 for 3-piece walnut bedroom suite? See ours at $36; other similar bargains. Foster Store. c-167 The Ford Dealer Is HEADQUARTERS for the best USED CARS • Record-breaking sales of the New Ford V-8 are bringing the best Used Can in this city to Ford Dealers. Big cars — little cars — cars in every price class. LIBERAL GUARANTEE Smalt down payment. Eaty term*. Any make of car taken in trade. 1931 Model A Coach 1930 Modal A Coach 1930 Model A Coach, fender wells 1929 Model A 0°upe im Buick Sedan . 1931 Chevrolet'Coupe. Three Cheap Used Trucks These Oars Have 'Been'Reconditioned «ui Be- paintedand IBflB« JfcjdTon; a HAS MAD BOG. SCARE. All Caninrs iii Khvopd Must Wear Muzzles to Insure Living. Elwood has a mad dog scare on at this time, similar to one in Tipton several years ago and May or Orla Wann has issued a proclamation calling for the muzzling o all dogs of that city by April 16 Dogs found without muzzles wil be dispatched by the officers. Tipton Removals. Leroy Plake has va-cated the property at 228 W. North stree and located at 1050 N. Main. The house vacated by Mr. Plake wil be occupied by A. M. Lane am family, who move from 231 S West street. * * * James M. Ulm and family ar< again residents of Tipton, occti pying property at 621 Armstrong where Clifford Dell lived. Mr Ulm and family have been located on a farm near Tipton. * * * Ray Woodruff has moved fron 225 Green to 403 N. Conde when Max Cooper- lived. Mr. Coope and family went to 404 on saim street. • * * * Harry Pyke and family havi vacated the residence at 131 Dearborn and moved to the farir one mile north of town on the Ash street pike. The house va .cated by Mr. Pyke and'family i now occupied by Ray Hiers am family who moved from 317 Co lumbia. Mr. Hiers condu-cts tlv store at 108 Dearborn known a the L. C. O'Toole store. The resi dence vacated by Mr. Hiers and family is occupied by Bert Cop pock, who moved from 445 N Conde. * * * Wayne Cunningham has movec from 219 E. Madison to 13fa Green, where Frank Durr lived. * * * John Florey moved from 20 Columbia to 402 Columbia wher Good Used Cars REDUCED IN FRIGE To Fit Your Pocketbook- Priced From $50 Up Factory Rebuilt Maytag Ford Truck With. Rack New Delcp Batteries $4.95 Exchange Service Motor Co. Buick — Olds — Pontiac OHO Tracks — Frigidalres A. H. Hinton ARS lay Lineback llyjd. The- house seated by Mr. F: prey' is now oc- upied by Roy Brush who moved rom 623 N. Main amily were living in part of the esldence with B ;rt Barnes. * * • Walker Davenport has located t 325 N. Main where Lester Ru- ush lived. He mpved from 765% V:^fff^ r M "' '' ; " Mr. Brush and Main. Mrs. Eva Mae Billhymer has ocated in rooms at 121% E. Jeferson over the Foster Jewelry tore. | * * * Flora Rains has vacated prop- rty at 425 S. East street,; moving o Deming. Her!married daugK- er Mrs. Yocum accompanied her. Roy Parker has moved from 27 South Independence to 520 I. East street where Joshua ames lived. } * * * Luther Delf, who has been re- iding on a farm near Atlanta are gain residents of Tipton, occu- iying a residence "ourth street. j at William Russell has moved here from Frankfort. His present esidence is 712!% N. Main in iart of the houscwith Doyle Rus- John W. Mott now occupies room No. 4 over! the Blue Front drug store. He moved from 4;>0 E. Jefferson. i Ross Grinstead and family who ia»e been residing in rooms over the Boston store!are now occupy- ng part of the house with his father J. F. Grinstead at 519% N. West street. ! Walter J. Battb has vacated the property at 12 5! N. West street and located at ;325 W. Adams where Otto George lived. « » « Glen Burns has moved from 516 N. Independence to 525 W. Jefferson where Ada Angell lived. Bruce Doyle has located at 703 N. Main where S. C. Rilby lived. He moved from 44S N. West. * r * Dale Shinebarger and family of Anderson are npw residents of del Miss Helen Bierma'nn of Lebanon and all io- tored to Bloomfn'gton to spend the week end with their sister and mother Mrs Alice Biermann. Mrs. Clara Gilmour of Clinton and W. C. Rynlersbn of Brownsburg visited Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Clarence Guf and Mrs. Shirl Riebeling. Mrs. • Gilmour is the Grand Chief of the Pythian Sisters and this was 'her first -visit to Arcadia. Mrs. Ruth Heiny of Noblesyille spent Wednesday- here the guest of her sister Mrs. Gerald Hannah and family. } !. Mrs. James Butler and son' and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butler have returned to their] home In South Pekin, 111., after a few days' visit with Mrs. Loretta Butler. j J. E. Hiatt who has been quite ill with pneumonia is better I but is still very weak. j Delta Chapter of the Phi Beta Psi Sorority were; delightfully entertained at the. pretty country home of Mrs. Eugene Overdori west of town Wednesday evening. A brief business period was conducted by the president and several items of importance were .discussed after which several games of bridge were enjoyed. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Wesley Abel first and Mrs. Mary Katness o Cicero consolation. A luncheon in keeping with Easter was serv^t at small tables to those men tionjed and Mar.jorie Small o Cicero, Mrs, C?len Drumm, Juanita Mahan, Josephine Rode and Maxine Hill. [ The Try and Beam 'Em Girls basketball team were given' a banquet Monday evening at the home of Miss Ranyta Sowers. Miss Muriel Dawson, the coach actedi as toastmistress and the following toasts were given: "T" for time- Jade Fleokner, 11. of Port Clinton. O., could talk before six pieces of bullet entered left side'of his brainj in accident Now he is learning to: talk all over again by training nn-! damaged right side to functtoo for ; whole brain. ' Notice of Administration. Notice is hereby given the vn- dersigned has been appointed by the Judge ,of the Circuit Court of Tipton County, State of Indiana, administrator of the estate of Dovie J. Adkinson, late of Tipton County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, Administrator. April 12, 1935. PURVIS & PURVIS, Attorneys. 165-71-77-83 execution 'and decree; offer for sale 'on Saturday, May 11, 1835, between tha hours of 10:00 a. m. and 4:00 p. m;, at the door of the court house in the City of Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana, at public ?ale to the highest ' bidder, the rents and profits for /a term not 'to exceed seven years, by the year, of the following described ,real estate in Tipton County, Indiana, to-wit: Commencing one hundred tbir- ty-two (132) feet west of the northeast corner of out lot numbered forty-eight (48) in the town, now city of Tipton, Indiana, -and .running thence south one hundred and ninety-eight '(i98) feet; thence west sixty-six (66) feet to the. west line of said lot forty-eight (48); thence north on the west line of said out lot forty-eight (48) to the south line of Jefferson street; thence east on the south line of said Jefferson street sixty-six feet to the place of beginning, and being sixty-six (66) feet off of the entire west side of out lot forty-eight (48) in the town, now city, of Tipton, in Tipton County, Indiana. Should said rents, and profits not sell for a sum sufficient to satisfy said execution and decree, I will at the same time and place offer for sale at public sale, the fee simple of said real estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution and decree, said sale to be made without any relief whatever from valuation or appraisement laws, and by virtue of a foreclosure of mortgage on said described real es- J ~£ Tipton. Their present is 335 N. Main. 1 residence Dr. R. L. Fullerton and wife, newlyweds, are now at homo to their friends at JApt. 1, 210% S. East street. ! AKCADIA. Mr. and Mrs. and family and were Wednesday Wallace Meyers Mrs. Otic Meyers evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olvie Meyers at Broad Ripple. Mrs. Orien Chenoweth has returned home from Indianapolis where she had been for several days caring for Mrs. Clarence Chenoweth and ! new baby son Robert. The youngster is the third child in the home and was welcomed by two brothers Billy and George. Mr. Chenoweth ' spent Thursday evening in Indianapolis and made the acquaintance of his new grandson. Mrs. Mary Tea'l and Miss Emma Knause went to Indianapolis Sat- Notice of Administration. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Tipton County, State of Indiana, administratrix of the estate of Lora S. Smith, • late of Tipto.n County, deceased.. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. DENA SMITH, April 3, 1935. Administratrix. tate. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and official seal this 10th day of April, A. D. 1935. REUBEN A. CARDWELL, Sheriff of Tipton County, Indiana. PURVIS & PURVIS, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 163-69 75-SJ C. W. MOUNT, Attorney. -165-71-77-83 Noticp to County Council. keeper, Genevieve Hartley, manager; "E" for Effort, Edna Waltz; "A" for Aim, Jeanette Shaffer and "M" for meeting five years hence, June Baker. The girls were all seated at a long table the appointments being in keeping with Easter. A two course banquet was served. The favors were printed programs. Just after the last toast the team presented Miss Dawson with a beautiful-compact in appreciation of her works as a coach. Games and contests were enjoyed until a late hour by the above named and Lelia Lessig, Martha Killer, Laura Alice Hall and Isabelle Campbell. Mrs. Lloyd Smith delightfully entertained the members of the afternoon Bridge Club at . her home Thursday afternoon with six j der~o'f"the "year of 1935, in that members and two guests present, said apprporiation shall include Mrs. Clarke Burton of Noblesville the sum of $14,546 for payment of claims filed and allowed during Notice of Special Meeting of the County Council of Tipton County and the Taxpayers of Tipton county, Indiana. Notice' is hereby given to the members of the county council of Tipton County and to the taxpayers of Tipton County, Indiana, that there will be a special meeting of the county council at-10 a. m., on the 25th day of April, 1935, to be held at the -court house of Tipton county, Indiana, for the -purpose of considering and taking action on a correction of the $45,146.35 appropriation ditors or legatees of said estate heretofore made for the county budget for the remain-'' and Mrs. Glen Drumm substituting for absent members. Tables were arranged for the usual number of games and at the close of the afternoon prizes were award- year of 1934, and to be paid during year of 1935. Also any other matters for which an emergency may be found to exist. To all of which you will take ed to Mrs. Vane Learning first, due no ti ce and be present at said Mrs. Wesley Abel second and IMrs. Chet Hall consolation. Strawberry shortcake with whipped cream and hot chocolate were served. Others present were Mrs. Paul Apple. Mrs. Shirl Riebeling and Mrs. Elmer Long. Mrs. Everett Owen returned to her home in Chicago Saturday after .spending several days here with her mother and aunt Mrs. Mary Teal and Miss Emma Knause. Mr. and Mrs. Will Pettijohn who have been spending the-winter in Indianapolis in the homes of their sons, Edwin Pettijohn ad family and William Pettijohn and family returned to their home here Saturday. The last Parent-Teachers meeting was held Tuesday evening in the high school: gymnasium .with an unusually large attendance. Mrs. Ocie Miller; the president presided at the business meeting and at this time the annual election of officers was held. Mrs. Miller was re-elected president, \ Will Waltz, vice pre^dent and Anita Heisser secretary! and treasurer. The program was! then turned over to the progrjam leader, Wesley Abel and a clever program of recreational games and passtime was givep; An i unusually jgqpd basketball game! jwas played i £e.r tween the! fifth and sixth K|ades and other! features were gpeq, Charles Carter, tffusical dirjp.ctor gave a talk on "Music In | tl\e Schools" and Miss Mnrial Daw- BOJJ, teacher and, glrla 1 bwlcditbajl poach, gaye a tallfi "Physlca.1 time and place. JOE MATTINGLY, Auditor Tipton County, Indiana. April 13, 1935. -.165-171 Coring the n Zlmnqer, popni Notice of Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Jacob P. Hinkle, administrator of Charles E. Hinkle, deceased, in Cause No. 506-in the Tipton Circuit Court,-is plaintiff, and Eva M. Hinkle, et al, are defendants, will, by order of said court on Saturday, May ll, 1935, at! ten o'clock a. m., at the office of Kemp & • Kemp, in the Citizens i National Bank Building, Tipton, Indiana, offer for sale; at private sale the following described ; real estate in Tipton County, -Indiana, to-wit: Fifty-five acres off of the whole east side of the west half of the southeast quartan of section 10, township 21 north, range 3 east, Tipton county, Indiana. :. Said sale will ue made to the highest 'and 'best bidder for not less than the appraised value thereof ion the following terms and conditions, to-wit: .' •'• Said land will be ottered and said sale made subject, to. the mortgage Hen thereon and ditch liens'and taxes, and'the! balance cash. Said sale thus made'to be subject to the approval of the Tipton Circuit Court. Said sale will be continued from day to day until said real estate is finally sold. JACOB F. HINKLE, ; KEMP & KEMP, Administrator, Notice Of Sheriff's Sale of Real'Estate. ', Notice! It hereby given that the undersigned -•---— — — pPHpV f f execnw \, iiiuwi t J'PtPS <! • Notice of Administration. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Tipton County, State of Indiana, administrator of the estate of Margaret Bates, late of Tipton county, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. CHARLES A. BATES, Notice of Notice is hereby undersigned .has been by (the Judge of the Ci. of rripton County, State; ofy ana^ administrator" "of the-esta James Smith, late of Tiptqntet ty, deceased. Said estate;is ""1 posed to be solvent. JAMES C. SMITH,- T ,Sf3 Mar. 25, 1936. " * •-•-*-— -' CLEON WADE MOUNT, Attorney. 148-54-60-66 . •».» ' I "»3 Notice of Sale. Notice is hereby given that the . -*| City of Tipton, Indiana, and the'^ ' Electric .Light and Water- Company of said City of Tipton, WlH offer for sale to the highest bidder on the 20th day of April, 1935, the following described personal property, to-wit: One Ames Uniflow Steam Bn- - gine, 500 H. P., connected directly with General Electric A. C. Generator, 360 K. W. Two Stirling Water Tube boilers, 350 H. P. each, 150 Ibs. pre^sure, including header line, reducing valves, blow off valves, all steam and water lines connecting boiler feed pumps, heater and Ames Engine, also Smoke Stack, 104 ft. by 5% ft. One Dean Boiler Feed Pump. One Gardner Boiler Feed Pump v One Water Heater for Boilers. One Force Draft Fan. Said property will be sold in bulk or in parcels as 'may -be found to the best advantage,. for not less than the appraised value thereof, and pursuant to a resolution of the Common Council of the City of Tipton, Indiana, and. appraisal made by appraisers appointed by the Tipton Circuit Court, said equipment being sold as it now stands, the buyer to -assume all expenses of dismantling and removal. Bids will be received up until.1 o'clock. Right to reject any and all bids reserved. Dated this 13th day of April, 1935. J •W. A. COMPTON, Mayor. BESSE B. BEYERSDORFER, Clerk-Treasurer, City of Tipton. April 2, 1935. J. F. PYKE, Attorney. Administrator. ! 156-62-68-74 Notice to Heirs, Creditors,. Etc. In the matter of the estate o£ Mary E. Smith, deceased. In the. Tipton Circuit Court, April Term,' 1935. Notice is hereby given that The Citizens National Bank, as administrator of the estate of Mary E. Smith, deceased, has presented and filed its account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate and that the same will come up for exami nation and action of said Circuit Court on the 6th day of May, 1935, at which time all heirs, cre- Indiana." 169 Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. In the matter of the estate ot Elbert F. Legg, deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, January Term, 1935. Notice is hereby .given th*t Aubrey W. Legg, as administrator > of the estate of Elbert F. -Legg, deceased, has presented and filed his account and vouchers in final. settlement of said estate and that the same will come up for examination and action of said Circuit Court, ou the 15th day of April, "i 1935, at which time all heirs, creditors r.nd legatees of said estate are required to appear In "5 said court and show cause, if any there be, why said account -and vouchers should not be ap- •"= proved. Witness the clerk and seal of Tipton Circuit Court, at Tip,are required to appear in said j ton, Indiana, this 23rd day of - ccuirt and show cause, if any there be; why said account and vouchers should not be approved. Witness the clerk and seal of said Tipton Circuit Court, at Tipton, Indiana, this 12th day of April, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (Seal) 165-71-77-83 •Clerk Tipton. Circut Court. Loose leaf recipe books, for favorite recipes for the lady who is particular. The Tribune Press. Tribune Want Ads Pay. ToHaveNiwfitle? 1 March, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (Seal) 148-51-60-66 Clerk Tipton Circuit Court. See the Ruby ledger outfit; consists of ledger binder, leather top indices and 100 ledger sheets to fit; Twice only $4.00. Tribune Press. See— . YOUNG & MASON Suits and Furnishings 106 East Jefferson St. Radio Repairs LINEBACK3 > BLUE BE AC Q:H A Coal With Rem«rliM£ Heating Qualities A ~ Don W. Coffin Erie Street "I ~m See the New Le Electric Befrigerat H. J. SCHEADER UQ-llft

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