The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 20, 1935 · Page 5
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FOB SALE OB TRADE REAL ESTATE CLASSIFIED ADS WANTE3 of Indianapolis brought Mrs FOR SALE—Well improved black land, SO acres, Cicero township. L. W. Fuller. c-172 WANTED—Household, yard, garden work. Call 4344. P-1S8 FOB SALE. PERSONAL PROPERTY WANTED—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Ira 6. Baden. Phone 3536. P' 191 FOR SALE — Good used ice boxes. Lineback's. c-171 FOR SALE—Choice alfalfa hay. Jacob Raquet, Arcadia, c-172 FOR SALE—19 feeding shoats. Forest Thomas, Tipton, Phone 32X1. c-171 FOR SALE — Two-day-old calf; . also male hog. Ray Findliug. p-172 FOR SALE—Guernsey cow, fresh soon. J. H. Goodknight, Kempton c-174 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the'cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR SALE — Old Hickory floor enamel, 69c quart; makes like new, and only at Rexall Drug Store. c-tt WANTED—Cows to pasture; also garden plowing. Zebbie Christensen, east of park. p-175 WANTED—Four ladies to do advertising; new products; every lady interested. Mrs. Rush, 123 N-i Main street. Apply Monday. P-l'l WANTED — Housekeeper, more 'for home than wages. W. JT Wyant, Route 2, Russiaville, Ind. WANTED — Everybody to know you can buy nice wall paper for Sc double roll. Rexall Drug Store. otf New Dealers Preparing to Force Organized Labor to Take Reduction. ICKES IS OUTSPOKEN High Annual Wage Advocated in Cointrast to a High Hourly Rate. MALE HELP WANTED IMPORTANT—Ordor chicks in advance. Hutch each Men. Heavies S7.45 per 100; k?7.23 per 500: 57.00 per 1,000. (Large type While L,cgliorns Jf,;»5 per 100; 56.75 jiei- 500; $6.50 per l.OdO. Few started chicks, lioosicr Hatchery. Michigantown, Ind J-'OR SALE — Concrete gravel, mason sand, delivered anywhere. Ezra Overdorf, Phone 13GR, Arcadia. p-S-M-Tu-173 MAN WANTED with car to sell nationally known Hue of motor oils, paints and roofing on easy credit terms; prices are right; full or part time; chance for immediate steady income of $35 to $70 weekly; write Central Petroleum Co., 1564 Standard Bank Building. Cleveland, Ohio. p-171 MISCELLANEOUS EXPERT paper cleaning; -50c per room and up. Claude Jolly. Phone 1GS. HAIR CUTS, 15c. Vice's, 617 N. FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE—New Remington No. S noiseless typewriter, *shopworn, regular price $79.50, sale price $61.50 cash. Tribune Press. tf SCHOOLS—Succeed through spare time study; modern instruction; reasonable terms; booklet. International Correspondence Schools, jack Cunningham, Representative, 1S34 South Adams St., Marion, Ind. c-171 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 Allis- Chalmcrs farming tools. Butz Implement Store, Hobbs. Ind. c-tt FOR SALE—Frost proof cabbage, yellow resistant; head lettuce; if you want to raise heads, now is the time to put them out; home grown plants. 5c dozen; why pay more? H. C. Chambers, North One square Depot. Independence St. east Nickel Plate p-173 FOR SALE—Good used tires and : tubes. 30x3 Vi, 4.40x21, 4.50x many others. c-171 21, 5.00x20 and Lineback's. FOR SALE — Grand piano, like new, 1334 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 Trial of Hermit Poet who Killed Woman Finished Saturday. (Tty United Tress). Dixon, 111., April 20.—The case oi Charles Skinner, 43, hermit poet, charged with murdering Olive Derwent, 17, because she spurned his love, went to the jury at noon today. Skiner failed to take the witness stand in his own defense. He was identified by <i half dozen state witnesses as the assailant. State's- Attorney Edward A. Jones demanded the death penalty for Skinner. FOR RENT FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune BIdg. t* FOR RENT — Modern heated apartment, well located; apply Mrs. Cora Store. Foster at Jewelry ood Used Cars DUCED IN PRICE 'o Fit Your Pocketbook- Priced From $50 Up sed Electric Washers New Delco Batteries $195 Exchange Service Motor Co. - Bnick — olds — routine OHO Tracks — Frigidalres For Sale or Trade V-8 Demonstrator -80oach el A Coupe 'Sedan Independence. o!73 Groves, who had been visiting in their home to her home here Thursday. Mrs.! Wilson 'remained to spend the das with her mother while Mr. Wilson who Is a salesman for the Tag gart Baking Company held a den onstration In Noblesville. Mrs. Pearl Sumner and daughter Marjorie ha 3 as their guests Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Lee Wherry of Indianapolis and Raymond Mason and family of Tipton. Mrs. Ella Cole and Mrs. Nora Crubaugh of Hpbbs were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farrar. Mr. Farrar who has been an invalid for the past few years has been very week. Mr. and Mrs poorly the -past Vane Learning (By United Press). Washington, April -20. New MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable rato Fielding & Fielding. c tf HAS CASE. BASEBALL TRY OUT. Players Are Asked to Meet at Park Sunday a/tenioon. Ball players are asked to assemble at the park Sunday afternoon at 1:30 for a try out and the start for an independent team will be made, provided weather is suitable. Donald Boyd who played with Tipton last year is calling the meeting and all ball players of the county are asked to assemble. THE DAILY WHEEZE deal housing policies under the $450,000',000 program approved, by congress may shock the powerful building trades of organized labor by cutting wage scales be-: low union levels. President Hoosevelt has not announced what he intends to do about wages on housing projects financed wtih federal funds. But in his speeches from time to time have appeared references to the desirability of a high "aunuai wage" as opposed to high hourly wage scales when employment Is slack. There is much sentiment with- ing the new deal for a reduction of building trades wage rates, at least as an expedient calculated to break the log jam in housing construction. From the labor department this week came figures indicating that the housing situation is improving with wage levels as they are. March residential building this year was 176.3 per cent over March. '1934. Public Works Administrator Harold L. Ickcs has dared to speak more openly of lower wage levels 'than has any other new dealer. Ickes, Governor Marriner S. Eccles of the federal reserve board and other new deal spenders believe the government should accept the burden of providing proper housing for under-privileged families. It is agreed by most experts that private capital is not interested in building apartment houses to rent at around ?5 a room or less. Therefore, it is likely that much of Mr. Roosevelt's 000,000 will go into that type of construction. I£ all the money is spent the government probably will make an outright gift of upwards of $90,000,000 to the apartment projects. The remaining SO per cent of any advance might be a loan although Mr. Roosevelt may dispose of the fund at his discretion. If building trades wages, -xnd the cost of materials were materially reduced, the government would need to give less and co-i!d lend more.. The wage dispute warmed the senate with bitter debate. An amendment which, wo-ild have required payment of prevailing (union) wage rates on work-relief projects was defeated, although the requirement remains so far as permanent federal buildings are concerned. had as their sapper guests Sunday evening Mr. anjd Mrs. Walter Lewis of Hinkle Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Druntm, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hartley. Mrs. Ray Hildebrand was hostess to the members of the Afternoon Bridge Club at her home near Buffalo Tuesday afternoon with all the members present but one and Mrs. Vane Learning as a special guest. Tables were arranged for several games ol bridge and at the close of the afternoon prizes were awarded ti Mark McGill first, Mrs. Elmer Long second, arid Mrs. Carl Over dorf colsolationi A luncheon wab served to those! named and Mes dames Eugene I Overdorf, Che Hall and Floyd Cunningham. Th club will meet in two weeks wit! Mrs. McGill. Mr. and Mrs. have returned to Ebon Albrigh their home ii Russell Point, Ohio, after spend ing several days|here with Mr. and Mrs. Morton Albright. While her they had the pleasure of hearinj Junior, Eugene and Mary Mur garet Albright broadcast ove WHBU. The cliildren have lieen broadcasting ati 3:30 o'clock Sat urday afternoon! and they jire now broadcasting regularly at 6:30 o Saturday. • Mrs. Christina Lloyd of Ander son spent a few days here las week looking after the affairs o her mother, the late France Baldwin. S Mrs. Glen Drumm, president o the Hamilton j County Tubercu losis Association .spent severti days in Indianapolis this week at tending a tuberculosis conven tion. I Vane Learning and daughte Anna Marie visited in Alexandri Sunday afternoon as the guest of Mr. and MrsJ Gerald Hall. Roy Startzman has returne to his home in ;Danvlllo, III., aft er visiting for several days wit Mr. and Mrs. Lciroy Startzman. Martial Law Declared ;and Foreign Missionaries Are Rapidly Evacuated.; OMMUNISM GROWING Shanghai, April 20. — Foreign missionaries fled headlong by air, iver and road :today from the menace of a spreading revolt o:' Chinese rebels in isolated Szech- uan province. Telegraphic reports from the nterior indicated that the rebels virtually were in control of the entire province. They were sweep- ng the countryside, looting as hey advanced on Chengtu, the apital. General Li-Hsuing, command- ng government troops in the disaffected area, advised foreigners o hasten their flight, started several days ago when a Chinese Na- iojial Airways plane took women and children from the capital city. Mission reports showed that there were 52 Americans and 50 foerigners of olljier nationalities n Szechuun. Presumably alTwero on their way to Chingking, when; the guns of the American gun:)oats and other foreign warships o£ the Yangtze rivor patrol would protect them. The situation in the province appeared to he worse. " /'Buy a trunk, Pat," said the dealer. "What for?" asked Pat. "To put your clothes in," said the dealer. "And go naked?" said Pat. "Not on your life!" It takes two to make gossip wicked—one' to talk and one to listen. A. H. Hlnlon Chrysler and Plymouth ARCADIA. Christian Church Items. A splendid program was given at the Caadle-light service Thursday evening. From 6 to 7 Easter morning the annual Sunrise service will- be held. This is always an inspirational service and well attended. Bible school at 9:30. Our genial superintendent has set a goal for attendance and a little extra work on the part of all will help to reach It. At 10:30 the Rev. Farmer of Indlanapqlls will -bring the Easter message. Easter music will he provided fay the Junior vested choir. At 7:80 p. m. Her. Farmer aa- "BANG" WENT BANGS. Huntingdon Mayor Tried to Stag a Fight; in Court. Huntington, April 20.—A flgh followed adjournment of a con tempt hearing for Mayor Clar Bangs and ten j others in CIrcu Court yesterday when the ma> or refused police protection lo Northern Indiana Power Com pany employes I who have ;bee watching the Extension of , cit electric lines almost nightly sine Jan. 1. j A group of j attorneys gath ered about the bench when Spec ial Judge David Smith adjourne the hearing indefinitely. Mil Feightner, counsel for the powe company, called the mayor a protection of th "outlaw" 1 when ipolice was refused. "No one can law," the mayo: a swing at Mr call me an on , declared, takin Feightner, wh •iited . Hall and th« Junior .successfully dodged. Then Fred H. Bowers, M Feightner's law partner, steppe up. . | "Why don't you take a poke a me?" he inquired. "I, too, think you're an outlaw." .: However, Mayor: Bangs swun again at Mr. , Felghtner—an mlased again. Other attorney then separated the men: , Mrs. Freightnor Is a member o the examinerst Ward of the Ind ana Bar Association, j The mayor and other defend ants In the oonjempt citation ar the to charged with! company. directing latton Of a powe ,ry injtafetton . -- -- • "ill" 1 Mrs. Etta Edwards who 'has been 111, suffering with, gall stones is recovering, and returned to the home oi her daughter Mrs. Ralph Parks and family - Friday afternoon after spending several weeks with her son Orval Edwards anxl family near • Russia-vine. Sunday guests at the Edwards home were Carl Edwards and family of Kokomo. • . • James Forkner was a Wednesday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Henry near Boxley. Mr. and Mra, Burl Boston of Anderson spent Sunday with Ernest Cline and family. Mrs. Myrtle Williams of Stockwell, Mr. and 'Mrs. Eugene Orr of Kemptqn were Sunday evening supper guests of John Hoover and family. Clifford Lineback and family ol Kokomo called on Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Lineback Sunday afternoon. Edrite Parks .and family of Delphi, Ind., Ralp Parks and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Park. Mrs Lucy Orr of Walton spent from Sunday evening until Wednesday at the Parks home. Mrs. Paul Wilburn, Mrs. Chel sea Craib and son George, Chas Wickersham of Anderson were relative dinner guests . of Pay. West and family. Clell Chastain'and famiy called on 1 Carl Neff and family of Kemp ton, Sunday afternoon. Paul Grimmc and family near Hopewell were, dinner guests Thursday of Mrs. Frona LaGarde and children. - • ection twenty-five (25), township twenty-two (22) nqrth, range five 5) east, lying and being within hlrty (30) feet of each side of the center line, •ot the main track jf the Chicago,- St. Louis & Pittsburgh Railroad as the same is now ocated and constructed over: and across said quarter section,! having i length of twelve hundred and our (1204) feet measured along aid center • line-from the Intersection with the line dividing the north halt from the south half of said quarter section northwest- wardly' to the line dividing the east balf: r fro.m the west half of said section, containing an area n said strip of one and sixty-five one-hundredths (1 65-100) of an acre, be the same snore or less. Said sale to be made subject to the approval of the Judge of the Tipton Circuit Court and for not fes« than'the full appraised valus ot said real estate, and upon the following terms and conditions, to-wit: At least one-third (%) of :he purchase price .to be in cash on date of sale, and the remainder to be paid in two (2) equal installments, due in six (6) and twelve (12) months, respectively, from date of sale. The purchaser to have the option of paying all cash on date of sale. Deferred payments, if any, to be evidenced .by .promissory notes- of the purchaser and same to be secured by mortgage on the real estate sold. Said notes to bear six per cent (6 %) interest per annum from date of sale until paid, and providing for attorney's fees. Said real estate to be sold free of all liens and encumbrances except taxes of 1935, due and payable in" 1936 and thereafter. RUSSELL S. MARTIN, Commissioner. .Fifty-five &tiret:-olt\ east aide of the west} southeast quarter of :ownship 21 north, Tipton county, Indiana. V-'S .Said sale will ~"~ highest and 'best less than the appraised- thereof on the following It and conditions, to-wit; : . '-'•;•: Said land will be offered:^ said sale made subject to j mortgage lien thereon 'and: i , _ liens and taxes, and the balance A; cash. Said sale thus made:'"-"'•'-"'-'' subject to the approval of ton Circuit Court. Said sale! win; be continued from day to 'day" til said real estate is - finally s< JACOB F. HINKLE, ';'•KEMP & KEMP, Attorneys. Administrator^., 165-71-77-83v"5i ' PURVIS & PURVIS, Attorneys. 171-77-83-89 Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. HCSBAXI) SITES. William E. Miller Sn'ys He Was- Orderrd Away from His Wife. William E. Miller residing in the east part of the • county !is plaintiff in an action for divorce filed in circuit court by Attorney C. W. Mount Saturday. Miller states that he and his wife Louise M.' Miller were married May 27. 1923 and separated July S, 1934 since which time they have been apart. He states he tried to persuade his wife to maintain a home of their own but that sho insisted in living with her mother and told him that if he did not like it he could pack his clothes and leave. Miller says the situation became such that.he took her at her word. According to the complaint the parties own an SO acre farm jointly and the wife also has property in El wood. Ru-sliod to Hospital. Shanghai, April 20. — Martial law prevails in Szechwan province, from which! foreign missionaries arc being evacuated rapidly by airplane, it was reported today. Reports from (he remote province, hotbed of a revolt against the authority of the Chineso central government, said Uiat iho 29th route army of the national republic had joined thu revolutionaries. General Chiang Kai Suck.j military leader of tho republic; was in the area, prepared lo take storn measures to wipe out the revolt. He has a large force of bombing planes which proved effective last month in crushing disaffection in the adjoining province of Kwui- chow. : Foreigners bogaii cva.'.-uatins the trouble spot last week on advice of the provincial government. The exodus was speeded whi»n a rebel force threatened Chengtu, capital of the province and headquarters for approximately 150 foreign religious workers. Bandits infested tho roads leading from Chengtu to the areas under government control. , Their presence added to the men-! davs his condition has been grow- ace created by the hatred the rebels, sometimes known as "Communists," have shown for foreigners in interior China. It was a group of "Reds" that kidnaped and publicly executed John Stum, American missionary, and hN wife last year and a force of thi same troops that endangered t!K. lives of Mr. and: Mrs. W. C. Fren- In the matter of the estate of 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, creditors or legatees of said estate are required to appear in said court 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, Allen Ray. the nine-months-b'ld twin son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Parnell. became dangerously ill Saturday and was rushejl to .the Riley hospital at Indianapolis the parents accompanying him. The child spent some time in the hospital being afflicted with pneumonia and was brought home one week ago. For the past several cham, British missionaries, February. in PRAIRIK NOTES. The Leadership club met Wednesday evening, at the Prairie school building. There were thirty present. ; Lowell Collier and ing worse, he being unable to retain nourishment. Alvin Fay, a twin brother died at the Riley hospital of mastold March 9. Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. Jacob Schmitt, the estate of ot near East Union were family, Sunday dinner guests of Ben Miller; and family. Afternoon- guests jwere Mr. and Mrs. Victor Vawterj i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grimmo and son Beryl Gene, Pete Moore and family wore Kokomo visitors Wednesday. , ! j M Mr. and Mrsj Wilbur Garhart of near; Atlanta' were Monday guests of Georgo Adler and | family. '.- i ;; \ \ Several hun'dred people aUeijd- ed' the community supper and !P. T, A. mjaetinB! :|U the Fraij-ic school building .Tuesday evening. 'Miss Nina Holllngsworth,! who bad been at thfe home of David Colemad. several! weeks assisting I ' 'It _. ,.*_•*. the dne re otj teKWffi a. Coleman Lnderson ,to I* In the matter of the estate of Mary .Schmitt, deceased. In the -Tipton Circuit Court, A'nrll Term, 1335. Notice is hereby given that as executor of .... - Mary .Schmitt, deceased, has presented and filed his account and- vouchers \:\ final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come. '-IJ.P for examination and action of said Circuit Court on the 2n"d day of May, 1935, at -which time all heirs, creditors or legi- tees of .said estate are required :o appear I dn said court and show cause, If any there be, why Baf J i and vouchers should xu accoun be approved. Witness, the clerk and seal.of said Tipton Circuit Court,, at" Tl >ton. Indiana, this 17th day :6f April, 1935. . RAYMOND W- SIMPSPN, (Seal) 171-77-83-89 Clerk Tipton: Circuit Court. Notice of Commissioner's Salq • [ of Real Estate. . . j • Notice is hereby given that trie undersigned commissioner to sell real judge ' in q offer May. te. appointed by the Tiptptt Circuit Com t $o. 288B thereof, wll aale. at the hour of ore nt «n the mb, day to (Seal) - 165-71-77-S3 Clerk Tipton. Circut Court. Notice of Administration. ' Notice-Is hereby given the undersigned 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 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 Tipton County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. DENA SMITH, April 3, 1935. Administratrix. C. W. MOUNT, Attorney. 165-71-77-83 Notice to County Council. Notice of Special Meeting of the County Council of Tipton County and the Taxpayers of Tipton County, Indiana. N,otice is hereby given to the members of the county council of Tfptdn 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 heretofore made' for the county highway budget for the remainder of the year of 1935, In that said apprporiation shall Include the sum of $14,546 .tor payment of 'claims filed and allowed during year of 193*. and to be paid'dur- ing year of 1935. ---.-. Also any other matters for which an emergency may be found to exist. " • ! To all of -which' yon will take due notice and be'present at said time and place. K ; ; JOE MATTJNOLY, Auditor Tipton County, Indiana. April 13; 1936. '. ! • - i6B-17i - ,:* !•; ••:.->Jtfi'-...—.^l v; Notice of Administrator's Sale i of Beat Brtate. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Jaco]t> ;f. Lj> First National Ins. Co. Every UnA of Insuriince^Ejt.. ten In safe, sound 'and aecu*)5 r stock companies. Chas. Warne, Secretary "' Cecil Harding, Solicitor 120 Opera House Block Ground Floor. Phones 271 and 1883. Upton, CULVER & PICKERING; Attorneys and Abstractors :-. Office Phone 107. . : Residence Phones: 8. A. Culver—S4S6. H. D. Pickering—84O9 CLARE & MINER CO. Abstracts Insurance Real Estate Farm Loans 108 W, Jefferson St. Phone 6 GIFFORD & GIFFORD Lawyers 13}£ Court-St. Phone 800. TITLE GUARANTY and ABSTRACT COMPANY; Farmers I/oan & Trust BIdg. * Phone 206. C. A. TAXI/OB."; John P. Kemp Chas. A. Kemp KEMP & KTglfrP ' Attorneys-at-Law Citizens National Bank BIdg. Phone 29. DR. V. H. COOPER Veterinarian Phones: Office, 138; Residence 1138 See— YOUNG & MASON Suits and Furnishings 106 East Jefferson St. Radio Repairs LINEBACKS BLUE BE A A Coal With ' DonW. Erie Street See the New Electric Befr H, J. SCHRADERfiS JLCI lld-Uft LEAT

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