The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 18, 1935 · Page 8
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Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, April 18, 1935
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OLD POMCEMAff V ' ' Hero of Bloody Battles Was hlllp Zocrcher Writes Regarding; Knocked Doirn by Boy. Payment qf 198* Claim. TRIBUNE FOR SALE OK TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—7-room semi-modern house, ,2-car garage, 215 Grefen street, on easy terms. L. \V. Fuller. c-170 FOR SALE — Good SO and 10G- acre farms in Tipton county; special farm .bargains on easy terms. Sheridan Clyde, Elwood, Ind. 1)-16" FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Spring coat, size S, reasonable. Phone 1G12. c-170 FOR SALE—Double set harness, cheap. I. G. Tragesser. c-163 FOR SALK — Good used ice boxes. Lineback's. c-171 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, pi'oven the cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tiptou Hatchery. c-il | FOR SALE — Siiper clea ! n hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co, c-tt FOR SALE—New Remington No. 8 noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price 579.60, sate price ?61.50 cash. Tribute Press. tf FOR SALE—Good used tires and tubes, 30x3%, 4.40x21, 4.50x 21, 5.00x20 and many others. Liueback's. c-171 FOR SALE — Grand piano. Ilk new, 1534 model; to save expense of shipping back to factory will sell at a real bargain: give reference. Write Factory Man, .812 Main Street, Anderson, Ind. c-171 FOR RENT FOR RENT — Modern heated apartment, well located; apply Mrs. Cora Foster at Jewelry Store. Kansas City Weather Bureau Foresees a Temporary Moderation. FOH SALE — Old Hickory l\oor ! .enamel, 69c quart; makes, like i new, and only at Kexall Drug Store. c-tf WANTED A REPORTER'S STORY (I'.v l'iiH."l Tress). Ktnsas City, Mo., April IS.— temporary moderation of the dust storms- wliidi have desolated P°r- tions of thu southwest for almost two months was forecast by the Kansas City weather bureau today. The atmosphere was still satu- from Waynoka. hniisl to Albuquerque, X. 51., but indications were the dust was settling. Philip Zoercher, chairman of .lie state board ot tax! commissioners, has written Auditor Joe Mattingly stating his attention las been called to an (article . in The Tipton Daily Tribune regarding a call for the county council to meet April 25 to malke an appropriation of $14,546 jfor a bill made in 1934 to be paid for out of 1935 collections. j Mr. Zoercher writes; that ho doubts the legality of the proceeding, which was recomtiiended by the state board of accounts as the proper manner In jwfilch to handle the payment. 1 The bill was •ontra-Pted prior to the 1!K!5 law requiring the council to make appropriations from the gas lax for highway repairs beforujthc mcii-?y could be used. I ** rated with dust fn 0-1 ' " OUla.. soiuuhwesl ;il 'WANTED—Household, yard, garden work. Call 4311. P-1SS FOH SALE OR TRADE —. Remington typewriter, No. 12. in good condition. The Tribuno Press. if FOR SALE — English Leghorn hatching csgs; also brown leather conch and oil stove, in good condition. Mrs. Clintiu Cochran. c-170 WANTED—Garden plowing: work guaranteed. Ira O. liaden. Phone 353G. P-191 WANTED — Everybody to know you can buy nice wall paper for Sc double roll. Rexall Drue Store. c-t£ IMl'OKTANT— onl.-r clik-ks aitviiiuv. llaii-li each i 'Men. Hr-avii'S S7.-i:> nor 100; :.-> HIT •>»»-. ?T.I"I pi-r 1,000. •«6 tyi>o \Vi:ii'"- 1.,1-irliorns >r> jit'r K»I: ji''-~~' pi-r MO: | *i«r H.iu-lK-!-;.-, -Michigan-1 it\vn. Jml. i \YANTED—AH -of you to com-? to our paint opening and hear the Mississippi Jubilee. Colored Quartet nxel, Saturday. Rexall Drug Store. c-170 j MISCELLANEOUS FOH SALE—One Fordshon tractor and plows; 1 team mules; 1 Osborn 7-ft. grain binder; used Fordsou tractor parts; full line of Oliver and Allis- C'balmcrs farming Implement Store, tools. Hutz Ilobbs. Ind. c-U HAIH Cl'TS. lac. Vice's, 517 N. Independence. c-l""> CAR of good old Hard Burly on track. Coppock's. SCHOOLS—Succeed thniugh spur,- (By Frank McXaughton.) (IH- rniti-il 1'ivis). Liberal.' Kan.. April IS.—For a week I encountered nothing but misery and despair, s;iw nothing but desolation and ruin. I came to southwestern Kansas expecting rein-titioi; of scenes in art "corner" sections of Okla homa. Texas. New Mexico anil Colorado, where I traveled in some of tin- worrit "dust '>!iz- zards" of the year. I hadn't known of Tom Hop- kius. "Hell. I'll buy land bore an> time, farm it and make good ir the lone: run," he said. "This is good country if wr can jn-u i-'.-t rain. That's all w< ii'-erl. and'we're- sure to get a rail or two in the next year. Hopkins owns a section ol i wheat land here and lO.Ortrt arvcv I i:i Eastern Colorado. IIT'S a "Irac of hi.- Good Used Cars REDUCED IN PRICE To Fit Your Pocketfeook- Priced From $50 Up Factory Rebuilt Maytag Ford Truck With Rack New Delco Batteries $195 Exchange Service Motor Co. HmYk — Olds — I'ontiac GMC Trucks — Vrigiilaircs time study: modern instruction: I t»r farmer." works on reasonable levins; bookie'. | scale and does much International Correspondence ! own work. Schools. Jack Cunningham. Heji- resemative. 1S:M Sou,th Adams St.. Marion, Ind. c-171 MONEY TO LOAN 1 FARM LOANS—Reasonable Fielding &. Fielding. ratu c Ii 3IATIIKKS TI5IA1.. Delays Sanilv CUM- In Order ,-i Used Car Bargains A. H. Hinton Chrysler and Plymouth Guaranteed USED CARS Dodge Sedan l»:i:i Chcvroln Coach I!i:t2 I'ontiar Sedan Chrysler Sedan IMj-mouth Sedan W. E. Burgess Motor Co. (V.y VrosjV Lebanon. April IS.— T!ie inur- (1'M- trial of Theodore Mathers was delayed themporarily today- while two local physicians examined his sanity. ' The sanity commission, composed of Dr. W. II. Williams, operator of a private hospital, and Dr. A. E. Uainey. Bpatie county coroner, was appointed by Circuit Judge John W. Hornaday. Judge Hornaday said'he wished to know if Mathers is i sane now. ; Four alienists testified yesterday j that Mathers was temporally in- j sane when he killer] Gaylord' V. j Sauriders, former AValwsh min- I ister, on a north side • street in j Indianapolis a year ago. | Final arguments In the case j will be held tomorrow. Judge Hornaday announced. : The case will go to the jury ; tomorrow I night. ; I FORD USED CAR BARGAINS 1931 Model A Coach : 19SC Kpuej A Coach i 1930 Model A Coach, fender wells j 1929 Model A Coupe | 1928 Buick Sedan | 1931 Chevrolet Coupe i Three Cheap Used Trucks ! . Cars Have Been Reconditioned and Re- ted and Will Be Solh on a^ Guarantee. DOWN PAYENT AWn T.TBE^AL ' Hopkins' fiehls did not reflect | his bright optimism. They wer? ' barren, coaled a lirnwnish hlac I with drifted and still blowin i dust. lie granted he wouldn't i m:ike a crop this year. | Hut this par! of the Arkansn: i river valley is not as had off ai j the region iiround Springfield j Around Syracuse and dariler ' Ciiy. Kali., there 1ms been a litlli 1 ruin—not onnugh. but some. Tin jsoil, too. is blacker nml contain ( more vegetable 1 mutter to hold i: \ toKetlu'v. j It is po=sjhlo that (ho vallej j alfalfa crop may "make" this son son, if the shower- continue During the journey frniu Lamar Colo., through the valley sectinr of southwest Kansas I saw several-patches of !xreeu stuff. E. S. Rule of Wichita. Kan. president or an nil company, wa 1 looking . /C'r HIP old X-Y rand 1 at Lamar. The 30.000 acre- looked like so much desert. BII' like Hopkins he was ready for : war to the finish with the ele ments. "Of course, things arc had bad now." he said. "Hut a changf is bound to come." At Oarden City L. M. Sloan Finney county agent, blamed "suitcase farmers" for the destruction of the Finney county wheat crop, which he sivid would be a complete failure. "The 'suitcase farmers* come here only in good years, plough up all the ground and make a big crop,' he said. "Then in the drought years the land dries out and is at the mercy of the wind. That's why we have dust storms." The drought which left the Arkansas river a dry bed with practically no flow except by 'seepage rut off irrigation and threw hundreds of workers on sugar beet farms out of employment. There ien't n vegetable garden in the valley. At that, only about one-fourth of Finney county's 12,000 inhabitants are ion relief, according |to Mrs. Estejle Groebe, relief dirjsc- tor. Some 75 families have mov;cd away since the dust started blowing. Rains next month would ena fanners tp raise sorghums lor 'livestock jfeeding. Bankers- arid business then, now sustained only by Federal relief money circulating in fais jMfea., are, v fcambl] itg in'at-the^lnBV^rfji Lok Angeles, April 1$.-—Thozn- as Sheridan, 78-year-olid | retired New • York police captain and hero lot 40 years of bloody gang warsj was dead today, victim of a a collision With a 9-year-ojd news boy. Sheridan died of a fractured hip and other injuries he received when he was; knocked down by a running newsboy. The elderly veteran joined the New York police force in the SO's. and ;was a close friend 6£ Theo- dorfT Roosevelt, then police commissioner. He retired and came here to live after winning recognition for his battles with the notorious gas house and "Hudson Duster" gangs. Sheridan is survived by a sister, a retired New York police matron, of St. Petersburg, Fla. Louisiana's Dictator Given Czar's Authority Over Stats Relief. HE PICKS TEE LAWS Illy Cuiti-.l l'r<:s.-O. liatmi Kimge. La.. jAjiril IS.— The Louisiana .semau. proceeded .oiiiiy lo make Sen. Ilii'-y I*. Long i legal czar of state rjelu'f and to lulorsc.' a program cdliod by ,his • Pl'onents a "(kclar.ii.ioii nf w;:r iirainst. '.he l'iiit"d States." The lions.' has pasijcd a bill l:> •l-i:'..' all iVdc-ral reji-'i inoi 1 ..:;. em into th- 1 sluio. [The :;• nai • efii-i-il to accept a- iv.-oliuio 1 ! hat v.-iiiild bavi- niv.iiihVil Long's !e!i-.!!ice nf fi-dei'al alitiluri! ii'.s by i L';! tn 7 vote. Twiinty.-! vi bills' .coinpri.sin-r .(mi;'s proirriim f:ir'l!i.! sp-'/iyi :es.siiin v.'ere (alien up i»y ill.,- p.-nit" fiiNi.-ic-- coin in It i.n<; today. ••'as !ii(l:cat"'il by t!ic jtr;-!. v.>t': i-i .he resolution. .: The bill most lu'tii-rly HIIJKI-:^.; iv I lie small anti-Long force pro.'ides that liie highw.iy adv".-)'•;.• >c::.'(l will r.upervis?' cxpenditliri 1 >f -.ill v,-'i,i minify idlorteil i..>ai- • iiim: frori the federal \vo!-');-v id' fund of .-' !.SSO.(ici0.ti.-ii. Th.- 'dr-'.-laraiion of war'' siateiner.i vas during d.'lj-.ite." IX THE WEST. .Mayor t»f Xi-w York Is ViMlinp; His l-'oi iiier Home. . Winshiw, Ariz., April IS. __ New York's mayor, Fiorelln LP (Inardiii left for his former horn town of Prescott. Ariz., today "tr see; what the old place looks like.' He dropped into Winslow yen K rday from an air liner and toll' nawspaper folks to '''maki! ni your own intevviews. because.' I'i:' not talkin:; abnut politics now.' Mayor LaGuardia left Prescoti :'.7 years apu wlieli he \v;;:; 1'i years old'and his father . wa'• bandmaster at the nUl Whipp'u army post. :' He said be phinued lo'malio a llish:. nver the Cr.uul Can>>j:i with Mrs La Guardia. ; Women -of Many Nations Open Conference In Istonbnl. the Istanbul, Ajaril 18. — • of 35 nations 1 met today in old Yildiz palace, onoe'the- world's greatest hareni, to work ior emancipation of women. The 250 delegates-, including Americans, sent a message to President Mustapha Keraal thanking him for ; his liberation . of CBy United Press). -Lafayettefl jAprll 18;—Purdue university -scored a 9; to 5 victory against. Notre [Dame in a baseball game yesterday.' : . Notice, of Sheriff's Sale of ' !'' - Real Estate. Notice is hereby given- that the undersigned j sheriff of Tipton County, Indiana, by virtue of an execution, with .decree attached, issued to me !by the Clerk of the Turkish women, who now arelTiptOu Circuit Court in an action franchised and eligible for public office. : Mrs. Margaret Corbett Ashby, therein pending wherein Home Savings and Loan Association of Tipton, Indiana, is plaintiff, and Harry Levi, Fannie Levi, First iee simple 1 61: ;8 ao much thereof as i sary to satisfy said i decree,' said sale to be : out I any relief,';nrliat$Tei. _ ^ uation or appraisemeht "lai by virtue of a foreclosnreTO?^aft. gase on said described ,jreatS€ tate- '" f* ^-- ."'--^ lii witness -whereof Ihave ', untb set my hand and official j this 10th day of April, A.;Z>."1935>§! REUBEN A. CARDWBIi/:- '*)&, Sheriff of Tipton.-JS County, Indiana.:' PVRVIS & PURVIS, Attorneys fo*^ Plaintiff. 163-69 .75-81 : f Xotice of Sale. of Great Britain, opening e meeting as president ,f the International Alliance of «omen[ NQ l26 g G - m the National Bank of Tipton, Indi- for Suffrage and Equal Citizenship, said that 1934 was notable in that during the year women oi Turkey and Brazil were accorded equality of status with men. court, command- Two Siifcs Robbed. ing me to make the sum of $1, -^ ^•sm ^!m . Notice is hereby given that thflvJ City of Tipton, Indiana, and the'/;" Electric Light and AVater Com?-';; pany of said City of Tipton, offer for sale to the highest der on-the 20th day of April, 1935V; ?|f^| 905.65 costs and accruing costs, with interest to date of sale, will by virtue of a. levy made on said execution and decree; offer for sale! on Saturday, May 11, 1935. between the hours of 10:00 a. m. and 4:00 p. m., at the door_of the house in the City . the following described personalr One Ames Uniflow Steam Eit. gine. HOO H. P., connected directly with General Electric A. CJ Generator. 360 K. W. Two Stirling Water Tube boilers. 350 H. P. each, 150 Ibs. Columbia City, April IS.—Two safes were blown in the offices of the Neible is,Hamp Coal Company! Tipton Connty. Indiana, at public;sure, including header line, re- .;• .»^ sale to the hijrhest bidder, the ducnis valves, blow off valves, all. . .,, t rents and profits for a term not \s<.«™ and water hues connecting; . ^* J to exceed seven years, by the (boiler fee. pumps h«i er and ;;. year. and the-L. N. Miller Engineerinsi" real ' estate in T j ptol i county, In- Company by thieves here lasijdiana. to-wit; •nlSht. They obtained -S2«d in cash i Commencing one hundred thir- ! ' ?:;00 in checks from tho coal {^^"ro^oj^t lo^muu- • ^l-U O^»v-l» jvi»««, "-"J i.**-^ I _ _ _ of the following described i Amcs l-"sine. also Smoke Stack, company. HOLY Tl Ob.M-rvrd M'illi Colorful !-'ii!i.-t:i;:i .At \';itii-;in ('i(,V. (l!y l : ni|i-l l'i-.'v-l. .Vatican (.'iiy. April IS.—IIol" Tiinrsilay was dh served t.«id:i." with a iMiton'iil i'litn-iion in tli'- Sisiine cl'.aiui. (he p'opt! partii-i- 5 I His holines:; was rar-.-ied int • i - . Lii" riiapc>I in his chair of stai'M I L-s'.'.nrted by 11 cardinals. i Standing High. Indiuiiapoli.s. April IS. — Indiana is leading all other district* in the seventh region, except northern Illinois in progress mi tier the mutual mortgage insurance-, section of the housing an, H. Karl Peters, state director of the federal housing administration,- reported today. bered forty-eight MS) In the town, now city of Tipton, Indiana, and running thence south 104 ft. by 5'/, ft. One Dean Boiler Feed Pump. One Gardner Boiler Feed Pump. One Water Heater for Boilers^-": One Force Draft Fan. . Safd property will be sold in hulk or in parcels as may be found tn the best advantage, for tlllU lUilll'llj^ I J1CJ1V-.U auiiiii r * "~ — - — *.*-•• . „..„ .hundred and ninety-eight | not less than the appraised value (19S) feet-;: thence west sixty-six!thereof, and pursuant to a resolur (Cfi) feet to the west line of said jtion of the (Mmniaii Council of the lot forty-eight (4S); thence north! City of Tipton, Indiana, and ap- .. nn : the west line of said out lot J forty-eight (4S) to the south line .lames Forknor, residing north of Kempton, was here Thursday i) praisal ,made by appraisers ap- •-- .> ; |f pointed by the Tipton Circuit i'-V-.-J| Court, said equipment being sold ;'>;.3l of Jefferson street; thence east on the south line of said-'Jefferson, as it now stands, the buyer to as-.. street sixty-six feet to the place'sume all expenses of dismantling' of beginning, and being sixty-six land removal. (tifil feet off of the entire:-west j Dids will.he received up until 1^ ; <-.ide of out lot forty-eight (48) in; o'clock. Right to reject any and- ithc town, now city, of Tipton, iujall bids reserved. Tipton County, Indiana. j Hated this 13th day of April, Should said rents and profits . 1035. not sell for a sum sufficient to sat- j W.. A. COMPTON. Mayor. "' ""'."' " ""." "^'" *;'•"•"•"-. ! isfy said-execution and decree. Ii HESSK U. EEVEKSDORFER, altending to business matters and j WJ J L at the s;tme tim , greeting friends. e and-• place | Clf-rk-Treasurer, City of Tipton, offer for sale at public sale, thej Indiana. 169 So \ViIl. j ilicn.-iri.: Thiii-!:f!ay ' .I'riiin i!:.- jiiOm- or .11 r. ;ind Mrs. Kny J'.irr.'--':: | on Smith K:i.'!t t:(i':'et staif'd th.-i; 'their baby sun Allan Itay is m;> Lin well. i Hi- lias nut \,(",'\i Mic'cliiiK u'.i':-.:, i si) v.'i !1 siiu-i; he w?s return" (I hem:-.' fn-:n the llil-'-y hospitnl ;'. ''• Icdian:ipi>!i:i Saiurdiiy ••viii;r~ and Thursday. morninK s'omarii and bowel troubiu devclopet!. rcr HIS i-'i.\-c;Ki:. \ViIbui' Ilobuck (iot Hand in ,Saiv at I'rairie Scliool. Wilbur lliibiiclc. so!n of ^Ir. and Mrs. Dave Hubu-.k. jsud .u 'sophn- .-iinro in the Prairie! high, siihiio!. niffcred a painful injury' Thuvs- lay morning which j might hav..' ; icen (juite serious. |Tlu> lail was working in the inajuial lr:iininx 'department of the school, when he Caught the index finger j nf th • left hand in the cleejtrlc '.saw. ctii- :ing a deep gnsb in jliis fuig'. 1 '. 4 . Ho was rushed to' BeechM'oo.l hospital and the fainily phvEiriun summoned. Examination rev<!jil<'fl '.hat the saw hladc tered the bone. See— , YOUNG & MASON Suits and Furnishings 106 East Jefferson St. stitches were requirqd to close the wound. Tho young man was iJile returned to his boric in a short time, and it is thought tho in- iury will heal nicely with ; the proper care and treatment. ' ;jad not . 011- fiut several LINEBACKS BLUE BEACON A Goal With K&rinrkablu Heating Qunlitfcs Don W. Coffin Erie Street ' Phone 70 Tribune Want Aim I'ay. BREAD— li/ 2 -lb. loaf KROGER GROCERY 9c BIG SALE NOW Home Trade [Shoe Stdre ^j.- See the New Leonard Electric! Refrigerators S ' • ": ! H. J. SCHRADER & CO. 110-118 South Main St. LE AT HERMAN ' FUNERAL HOME WHEN YOU NEED HOTWAtER •.; WHO THE RUNNING • 'i,'---—'-:^W •«i "^•'ii'ifiiS An automatic gas- water heater of the storage type— the kind 'that stores! hot water until drawn, providing a continuous hot -water supply — the economical modern type . . . .. U • 4 " We allow you for old,wa- . $ M AA ter heater equipment . . . II . ' - . • - J i ' . ^f ' ' ' Balance payable on convenient .• ':•-:'• '*-\\' : -'.- ';•" : < r ' . .! ' ••••• terms over 23 months Do you run with z teakettle of hot water when the emer- .gency demands,, or is your home up-to-date with faucets that run hot water all year 'round, day or night? It costs little to have hot water on tap always. Small payments make it easy to pay for this most important service. Investigate our special sale plan now;' D |;^b

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