The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 17, 1935 · Page 5
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'-"?.• '. . ''.-' TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS (FOB SALE OB TRADE BEAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Good 80 and 10 G- acre farms in Tipton county; special farm .bargains on easy terms. Sheridan -Clyde, Elwood, Ind. P-169 FOB SALE—80 acres, good build- Ings, Clinton county, $85 an acre, easy terms; 40 acres, good buildings, electricity, new barn, price $100 an acre; 80 acres, near Sharpsville, fair improve-, ments, good level land, price $85 an acre, good terms; write or phone Roy C. Purvis, Real estate Agent, Tipton, Ind. c-168 FOB SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Spring coat, size 8, reasonable. Phone 1612. c-170 FOR SALE—Double set harness, cheap. I. G. Tragesser. c-169 FOR SALE — 2-year-old Hampshire male hog, a good one. William Findling. ' c-168 FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the 'cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR SALE—r-Samson tractor and plows; one 7-year-old horse: . one wagon, box bed. Tipton Phone 1109. R. E. Mock, p-168 FOR SALE — Old Hickory floor enamel, 69c quart; makes like new, and only at Rexall Drug Store. c-tf FOR RENT MISSIONARY MEETING. Several i From Here Attended Session at Ciccr.0 . FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms aa low as $3 per -peek. , Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. « FOR RENT — Modern heated apartment, well located; apply Mrs. Cora Foster at Jewelry Store. P-172 WANTED WANTED—Household, yard.; garden work. Call 4344. p-168 WANTED—Garden plowing; !work guaranteed. Ira O. Baden. Phone 3536. P-l WANTED — Everybody to know you can buy nice wall paper for 8c double roll. Rexall Drug Store. c-tf WANTED—All of you to come to our paint opening and hear the Mississippi Jubilee Colored Quartet nxet Saturday. Rex- a'lf Drug Store. c-170 A number of members of the Women's Foreign Missionary society of the Kemp Methodist church were at Cicero Tuesd'ay where \they attended a Tipton-Elwood group meeting. ' Mrs. H. H. Redding of this city IB president of the group and conducted the meeting. Mrs. O. W. Rose of the Tipton organization is secretary and appeared on the program, but the treasurer, Mrs. Charles Fouch, was unable to be present because of illness. The - main address of the day was given by Miss Mabel Eddy, a returned missionary from Calcutta, India. The meeting was a most interesting one in every way and was much enjoyed by all attending. 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 MISCELLANEOUS HAIR CUTS, 15c. Vice's, 517 N. Independence. . c-173 CAR of good old Hard Burly on track. Coppock's. c-tf MONEY TO LOAN FOR SALE OR TRADE —:>-Remington typewriter, No. 12, in good condition. The Tribune Press. tf FOR SALE—New Remington No. 8 noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price $79.50, sale price $61.50 cash. Tribuae Press. tf IMPORTANT—Order chicks in advance. Hatch each ' Mon. Heavios 17.45 per 100; i 57.25 per 500; J7.00 per 1.000. f Large type AVhltc Leghorns J6.85 per 100; ?6.75 per 500; $6.50 per 1.000. Few started chicks. Hoosier Hatchery, Michiean- town, Ind FOR SALE—One Fordshon tractor and plows; 1 team mules; 1 Osfaorn 7-ft. grain binder; used Fordson tractor parts; full line of Oliver and Allis- Chalmers farming tools. Butz Implement Store, Hobbs. Ind. c-tf FARM LOANS—Reasonable rato Fielding & Fielding. c tf BELIEVED IXSAXE. Expert Testifies in Behalf oi Mathers at Ijcbanon. Lebanon, April 17.—Theodore Mathers, 21, Coalmont, on tria: for murder in Boon circuit court was insane at the time he killed Gaylord C. Saunders, former Wabash minister, it was testified today by Dr. Max Bahr, superintendent of the Central State Hos pital for the Insane. Post Leaves Purdue. HOY IS LOCATED. Little Chicago Boy, Kidnaped, Will Be Returned Home. Chicago, April 17. — Police announced at noon today that Richard Max Perrot, four year old boy missing for 13 days, is alive and would be returned to his home within a few hours. Supervising Police Captain Thomas Condon said investigators have established that the red headed youngster, -mute since birth, is alive. The child disappeared April -1 after being taken to a candy .store by a mysterious "thin man." .It had been feared that his body was in the Chicago river nui far from the Perrot home. Capt. Condon refused to divulge any information as to th-. % child's whereabouts. ConTictiWl (By TJnlt!ea M F*ess)'. Indianapolis, | April 17.— state supreme tourt today •The 'affirmed the conviction of : Samuel A. Bell, Lake ccunty dentist, on charges of filing false poor relief claims. ARCADIA. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Snyder spent Sunday in Indianapolis with her father Isadore Flynn who was a patient at the Methodist hospital. Mr. Flynn was taken to his home in Martinsville Sunday afternoon. Ray Hildebrand and 1 fami$ visited in Indianapolis Saturday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Ray Fearrin. Mr. and Mrs. ; Fearrin were Sunday dinner guests in the Hildebrand home and Sunday evening all attended a birthday surprise on Harold Sapper at his home in Noblesville. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Claudd Shaffer, Mrs. Joseph Briar and Miss Eleanor Evans visited | in Indianapolis Sunday afternoon as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shaffer Mrs. Charles Shank. and WVXEKOOP APPEAL. Court Tapers Are Received Uy V. S. Supreme Court. Washington. D. C., April 17.— The appeal of Dr. Alice Wynekoop, 63-year-old Chicago physician, from her conviction on charges of slaying her daughter- in-law, Rheta Wynekoop, was received today by the supreme court. Dr. Wynekoop was sentenced to 25 years. Xo Improvement. Lafayette. April 17.—Wiley Post, stratospheric flyer, took off from the Purdue University airport at 8:30 a. m. today in his monoplane, Winnie Mae. He is enroute to his home in Bartlesville, Okla. FORD DEALERS OFFER The Pick of the BEST Used Cars • Many makes. Many body types. Taken in trade for the fast-selling New Ford V-8. Now offered at exceptionally low prices. Small down payment. Any make of car taken in trade. Honest Value—Liberal Guarantee USED CAR BARGAINS 1931 Model A Coach 1930 Model A Coach 1930 Model A Coach, fender wells 1929 Model A Coupe 1928 Buick Sedan! 1931 ChevroletCoupe Three Cheap Used Trucks These Cars Have Been tteconditioned and Repainted and .Will Be* Sold, on a Guarantee. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT AND LIBEEAL Frank Cullen, retired engineer who was stricken with paralysis two weeks ago, remains very ill and there is no improvement in his condition. His daughter. Mrs. Charles Hughes and husband and their children who came here following his attack have returned to their home in Ogden, Utah. Mr. Cullen is weaker but aside from that there is little change since he was stricken. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene QverdoVf. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Overdorf and Mr. and Mrs. Hay Guilkey wen- dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle York, at Indianapolis, the dinner being given in honor of the twenty-first birthday of their son-in-law JEugene Overdorf which occurred April 17. Othr>r guests were Mrfe. Mattio Riuiuut and son Herbert jand Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Raquet. j ; Mr. and .Mrs.'Shirl Klobolinp were Sunday-afternoon Kuests of Mr. and Mrs. Eriic.st Dovarsbergi r northwest of jAlliright. Other guests were Billie, Bctle and Norma Jean Rloboljng and Mr. and Mrs. William Fqstcr of Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. I.lovd Smith were i .Sunday dinner j;u< sts of Mr. an<l Mrs. Clarke Burton at Noblesville. Mr. and Mrs. Burton who j ! have been living 1 with her mother i Mrs. Lulu DeVaney near Fox | Prairie since tlie death of Late I Di.'Vam y about i two years a:ro ; moved to NobleBville last week. • Lloyd Barnettl who recently re'; turned from spending the winter in Grconcastlc has gone to Peru for a few weolis' visit with his brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lnu^ks.j j Mr. and Mrs, Dave Bradlnmi had as their gucsis .Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John {King of Fort I \Vayne and Charles Bradhurn of Elwood. Mrs. Bjradburn who has been ill for Uie past several months rcm.iinsj about the same. Isabella Shorter was given a pleasant surprise Sunday in honor of her birthday which oc-.-urnid Monday. Her sister Mrs. Frank DeVancy prrso.nk.ed • her with a deHcious *efre wiches, salad, candy by tne hostesses, Mesdaanes Frank Goodnight^ Arven Hobbs, Qoldie Hobbs and Chas. Hawkins and Vivian McMnllen. |: The Womans Study Club j of Kempton met ; Friday afternoon with Mrs. Herman Briggs with nine members present. The [roll call was answered' with Easter poems. During the business i session plans were discussed for; the guest day program May 26. Mrs. Harry Barnett and Mrs! E.! L. Webb gave interesting talks on "French Canadian, His Religion, Language and Literature," \ and "The Indians of !Canada." [The next meeting will be in two weeks with Mrs. Harry Barnett. Friday night marked the Closing night of the two weeks mission meetings at the Kenipton Methodist church in charge of of Rev. J. C. Bean. A lighted cross and altar services was held at the close of eacluservice and there was special music at each meetr Ing., The services have been distinguished by a deeply devotional atmosphere and ; were a distinct success in every way. At the close of the meeting Friday evening Melvin Johnson, chairman of the official board of the church asked for the return 1 of Rev. Bean as pastor for another year and Rev. C. G. Yocman was invited to servo as district supcrintnedent for another year; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Morford were dinner puests of Mr. and ;Mrs. John Parker of Linden. Mrs.^Parker, a sister of the former who has been ill, suffering a stroke a few months aso is much improved and is able to walk about l!io home. Mr. and Friday firight coached: by daughter Gretchen Kemp, entitled "The BraJ." PRAIRIE CENTER. A birthday dinner was given Sunday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ramseyer, in honor of. Mr. Ramseyer's 74th ' birthday, which bccnrred April 12, Clarence Adams' 49th birthday which and Maxine Quaken- is April .^^__~-^,^i»n«ilyv--';! : ; 'K MarsfcaU kinder of Muncie spent the week end here with his patents; 'Clyde Kinder, and wife. Godfrey Weismiller and wife and Carl Fernnng-and wife were business ' .visitors at Thorntown Thursday. EKIN-SHILOH. Mrs. "Jim Goodnight, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Goodnight of Kirklin and Louise Goodnight of Alexandria were Sunday dinner guests of Noah Goodnight and family. •' Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Orr of Walton were Saturday night and Sunday guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Orr. Other guests for Sunday dinner were bush's 17th birthday April 10. All of Mr. Ramseyer's * -brothers and sisters are over 60 years of age, and all reside in the same community and. were present for the birthday dinner. The birthday cakes were baked by Abbie Ramseyer and Mrs. Clarence Adams and decorated in pink and white. The Sunshine soceity of the Prairie high school entertained their mothers, Sunday afternoon at the Prairie school building. A very interesting program ' was given as follows: Margaret Nixon was tqastmistress, and gave the welcome to the mothers; Mrs. Dale Mott, response; solo, Betty Lindley; reading, Beryl MpReynolds: solo, Deloras Mcfntire; trio, Virginia Meyers, Veridene Beamer and Maxine Quakenbush; dialogue, Alberta. Nation, and Bernice Davenport; reading, Virginia Nixon, and solo, Geraldine Rammel. Refreshments of ice- cream, cake, orangeade and Easter eggs were served. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur LaGarde have received an announcement of the arrival of a baby daughter, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Hollingsworth of Anderson, April 10. — She was given the name of Shirley Louise and weighed 7% pounds. The mother was formerly Miss Mae Chitlidc of Greetingsville. This is the first child in the home. Both mother and babe are getting along nicely. Frank Grimme and family, Paul Grimme and family of near Hopewell, Robert Grimme and family of Tiptoni Harry Grimme and family of hear "Elwood spent I Friday evening with Will Grimme Mrs. Nora Beam received word Saturday of the serious illness of her. daughter-in-law Mrs. Riley Beam. Mrs. Beam was taken to the St. Vincent hospital in Indianapolis Saturday but owing to the crowded condition of the hospital was -taken to the home of Rome Burton of Indianapolis where she will - take violet ray treatments daily. Mr. and Mrs. Beam reside in Kokomo where Mr. Beam is employed In the rod mill. A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Ross of Ekin Sunday and helped her celebrate her 78th birthday. A pitchin dinner was held at the noon hour. A lovely birthday cake graced the center'of the table. Mrs. Ross received a number of lovely gifts. She is the widow of the late Dr. L. H. Ross of Ekin. Ralph Shoe, Lincoln and Roy Cox attended a lecture on cattle at Purdue University Friday. Jim Poole of Chicago and Capt. Frank King were speakers. Capt. Kfhg was Mr. Shoe's army captain during the world war. end with her parents" Simon Bergie. Sunday**! ards and daughters a£d~l Sirs. Bergle motored dria and were the guests and Mrs. Edwin Bailey, ey is a brother of Mrs. Mrs. Hazel Alexander tatned the Wednesday clnb Ing! home Wednesday, afternoon Maxine Lloyd and Ruth of Tipton as special guests, ners in bridge were Mrs. Ing Miller and Mrs. Jnanita Carter^ Refreshments of ham, salad wiches, jello and apple salad coffee were served. Candy ens and rabbits were given favors. Mrs. Carrie Romack entertain the club April 24. Mrs. Stella Franklin and Clarence McCarty were the day guests of their brother, and Mrs. Harry Eaton of mo. in the afternoon all visitejl "ar •cousin, Mrs. Hight at Peru, is in poor health. Mr. :;ii(l Mrs. Luther Cline. Harvo Wilson and family of j and family of Indianapolis. Tipton were Sunday puests of the' Wm. Eudaily and family of former's mother Mrs. Jane \Vil- i Fairmount spent Saturday night son. The latter who has been sick | and Sunday with Mrs. Rosa E. for the past three weeks with j Vawter and family, heart trouble and other complica-j A two act missionary .playlet tions is not much improved. j was presented by the Young Peo- Dane Beaver and Meredith: GOS-J pie of the Prairie Christian sard, students of Indiana -Uni- i church, Sunday evening, which versity spent the spring vaca-. W as very interesting. A good tion with their parents. Mr. and j crowd was present. Mrs. Lafe Beaver and* Mr. and Devon LaGarde of near Marion, Mrs. Rarrctt Gossard. I Forest Dunn and family of Rus- Virgil Smith nnd family spent jsiavllle, Wm. Eudaily and family the week end with Mrs. Smith's I o f Fairmount, and Mrs. Myrtie . i, parents Ed Padgett and family I Haskell of Russiaville •' were near Lebanon. . | guests of Mrs. Frona LaGarde Mary Floyd, Anita Reaver, i an d children Sunday evening. -Her Rosemary Gossard. Martha l.Bar-; mother, Mrs. Haskell remained Continues Very 111. Mrs. Roy Basey o£ North Conde street was reported to be about the same Wednesday morning. She was quite restless all of Tuesday night,.and was unable to get much sleep, and Wednesday morning no improvement could be noticed. She is suffering with euremic poisoning and high blood pressure. ' ** w m loveh- bouquet) of American j » ea 2nd Danc Boaver m° tored to ! for a few days' visit. Beauty roses and a largo birthday | For l Wa >' ue Frida > v whoro tlie j Lester Caldwell and family and four girls broadcast over radio t Devon' LaGarde of near Marion, station WOWO. They visited untU were Sunday dinner guests of Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. W. F. I Mrs. Mary Orem of Russiaville.' Dunham, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, — ••» Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. Delt Weed : and Linda Richter. The Ladies Aid society of tho! Christian church will hold their 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 — Pontiac GMC Trucks — Frigidaircs , cake, the roses jbeinp used as a centerpiece for the table. Guests included Miss Shorter. Mrs. ISli7.ii- • beth Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. De- Vancy of Greencastle and Mr. and Mrs. James Shorter of Indiana- I polis. j i Virgil Carpenter and family of | Aroma were guests Sunday evening of Mrs. Otie Meyers. Don and Merrill Meyers of near Wai- nut Grove were Monday dinner guests of their grandmother. Rev. Earl Farmer and family of Indianapolis I were Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wid Burtqn. • Rev. Farmer preached at thej Christian church Sunday morning; and will be pres- ont again Easter Sunday with an inspiring message. Barbara Jane!Etchison of near Atlanta was thn Sunday dinner ?uest of Miss Barbara Lee Kiefih!- ing. In tl)e afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Vallie Etchison and daugh- Used Car Bargains A. D. Hint on Chrysler and Plymouth GuaranteedU»ED OARS 1981 Dodge Roadster tcr and Rarbar; Fortville as tho Leo visited at ?ucsts of Mr. and CURTISVILLE. Gene McDaniel, Waneta and. \Vinona Weismiller, James Alley regular meeting Friday afternoon | and Harry Swinfbrd and Marshall at 2:00 o'clock instead of Wed-. jicDanlel, freshmen in the Wind- nesda due to the program that is i faH higll school, accompanied the to bo presented at the school b j o ] og y c i a gs to Peru Sunday. auditorium Wednesday afternoon. Lloyd Daniels and wife of The ladles having birthdays on i Crete> ni., arrived here Friday April are the hostesses. Members i evenin g for a week-end visit with are asked to notice the change Godfrey Weismiller and family. and be present. Roma Lewellett and - family of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Orr spent 1 E I WOO( J an< i William Weismiller Sunday with the latter's mother, and fami i y -were also Friday eve- Mrs. Myrtle Williams of Stock- ning visitors at the Weismiller well. She accompanied them home llQme for a few days to assist them inj j a k e :Ault and family of Sumr Mrs. Clarence DoVaney. Mrs. Eva Clifford and daughter Harriett, Mrs. Nina Rodenbeck and Mrs. Mollio Dickover have returned home [from spending several days in| Noblesyille with Mrs. Emma Roipinger and Miss I Icy, Mary Caublo, Wanitta Hattie Goldman Miss 'Goldman and Mrs. Reisln.ier spent Monday here in the Cltflord home. KEM PTOX. Mrs. Chas. Ijfauley and Dorothy Robinson of Kirklin and Burvln McCumy visited Thursday with Mrs. lizzie Klpg. ; Kempton Ch!a itier No! 527 Or- der,of'Has tern litar taet day\even|ng In, - v ' 0 » W.edn tbeMaijontcj. moving Co their new home. Mrs. Ary Scircle entertained at Friday dinner in honor o£ her twin 1 daughters, :Mary and Jane's twelfth birthday anniverstary. Guests were Mary Frances Wheat- Hawk- fns, Sue Tijnis, : Margie Hawkins and Paula Scircle. A larg birthday cake helped in the decorating of the table at whkh .the eight were seated. Many nice gifts were received by the girls. j Maxine and Miriam Peters: visited Saturday and Sunday Iwith thoir motbjer Mrs. Bonnie Peters at ButlervHle. Harry Hlgbee|and family of Indianapolis wore supper guests Sunday evening iof Mr. .and jMrs. Dean Burgett. < ' ; : Gertrude Spencer, teacher !in the South Bend school came] Friday evening to Spend the spring parent* Mfj "f" i mitville were Sunday guests .of Loren McDaniel an'd family. William L. Jones and family : <}f Marioniiwere the week end guests of Mr.ind Mrs. William Joaes. •Elmer Whitmore and family ;of Noblesville spent ' Sunday, witp M. C. Marshall and family. I Raymond Robinson and family were Visitors at Lafayette Sunday. ;| MerlilPerry spent Sunday at La^ fayettellwith his mother . -Mrs. Ruth I^rry. Harry Parr and family were guests Sunday of L..O. Hillan' and family Of Elwood. Noah Brown and family entertained at dinner Sunday evening, Mr. an!jl Mrs. Harold Graf toil, vacation her isncer.; Mrs. . I«a Bowman, Mrs. VesU Meyersj! land j daughter Jacqueltn* of Munie, Heine Llneberry anjl Elwood and Mr. anfl SHARPSBILLE. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hiniuau of Shelbyville were the week end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Shull. Mr. an'd Mrs.'Sherm Richey of Kokomo were tho Sunday guests of their son, Lewis Richey and family. P .K. Harold and family of Monticello were tho week end guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs.' Lora Wilburn. Other Sunday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilburn of Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Will Campbell were the Saturday and Sunday guests of Mrs. Anna Campbell and family of Gas City. Howard DeWitt and family entertained the Wesleyan Sunday school class in their home Thursday evening and twenty . were present. Winners in games, and contests were Charles Hawkins and Rev. S. W. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Ford DeWitt will entertain the class in May. Refreshments of sandwiches, deviled eggs and coi- fee were served. Mrs. Mary Romack continues to improve. She is suffering from heart trouble and is confined to her bed most of the time. Mrs. Minnie Jarrett entertained Friday at dinner Mrs. Russell Morrison of near Forest, Mrs. Jack Lee and daughter of near West Hopewell and Ralph Jarrett and family. Mary Renie left for the Shades in the southern part of the state where she will be employed at the office of the Shades during the summer season. A large crowd attended the senior class play, "George In a Jam," Friday evening at the-gymnasium and enjoyed the play very much. Dorothy Jane Shoup of Indianapolis spent the week end with her parents, Dr. H. B. Shoup and family. • Mrs. Le'ona Pickett entertained the H. and H. club at her home Thursday afternoon -with twelva members and two guests present, Delcie Shields of Kokomo and Ruby Broyles. Winners of the contests were Delcie Shields, :Leona Pickett and Lura Richards. A program was given in keeping .with Easter and refreshments of sandwiches, deviled eggs and coffee, were served. Mrs. Carl Dark will entertain the club the second Thursday in May. Notice of Administration. Notice is hereby given that tha undersigned has been appointed • ssj by the Judge of the Circuit Court. 1 v ~ of 'Tipton County, State of Indl- »| ana, administrator of the estate' r of Margaret Bates, late of Tlptoa county, deceased. Said estate la supposed to be solvent. CHARLES A. BATES, . April 2. 1935. Administrator. J. F. PYKE, Attorney. 156-62-68-T4 » » ' Xotice of Sale. Notice is hereby given that the City of Tipton. Indiana, and the Electric Light and Water Company of said City of Tipton, will offer for sale to the highest .bidder on the 20th day of April. 1935, the following described personal, property, to-wit: One Ames Uniflov.- Steam Engine. 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. pressure, including header line, re-~ ducing valves, blow off valves, all . steam and water lines connecting boiler feed pumps, heater and Ames Engine, also Smoke Stack, ,104 ft. by S'i ft. | I One Dean Boiler Feed Pump.' One Gardner Boiler Feed Pump. 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 ap~ praisal made by appraisers appointed by the Tipton Circuit Court, said equipment being sold as it now stands, the buyer to asr sume all expenses of dismantling 1 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. W. A. COMPTOft, Mayor. BESSE B. BEYERSDORFER, Clerk-Treasurer, City of Tipton,. Indiana. . 169 See— • YOUNG & MASON Suits and Furnishings 106 East Jefferson St. Radio Repairs LINEBACKS- BLUE BE A CO] A Coal With Heating Qualities Don W. CoHfa * Erie Street - Pnoai BREAD— loaf 9c KROGER GROCERY & BAKING CO. BIG SALE NOW ON! • .1. -r ' . . -' ' Borne Trade Shoe Store See the New Electric RefrigerajJT H. J. SCHRADEE J.C PENNED 116-118 Soatb

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