TWO is* .. NEW COLORFUL SMART .1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^™ ( SPRING HOSIERY SHADES rom Come see the flattering new hosiery colors! Stylet! to complement all the spring shades' in frocks, coats and shoes,—these new high fashion stockings will catch your fancy as the lore- liest you've eyer seen. __".! « _ ; ] | and Mason Papers filed by "Mr. Coult charge that shortly before the order was given by Samuel Stample- man, vice-president of Gillette, to Harlow, to make the Newark blades "so bad that the average customer will become disgusted and go back to Gillette," the Gillette company embarked on an extensive advertising campaign warning the public against "cheap blades" and "gyp blades," and promoting Gillette "blue blades;" THE BONUS BILL. Continued from Page 1. promise probably will be attached to the navy doparlnicnt j appropriation bill. Democrats who arc standing Federal Reserve System since its Inception." Roy A. Young was governor of the Federal Reserve Bourd during 1929. He was a Coojidge appointee, coming to Washington in 1927 from governorsh Minneapolis Federal p of the Reserve Bank. Young now is goyernor of the Boston Reserve Bankj. The Aug. 9, 1929 increase in New York discount rates! was the beginning or the end of the Cool- lUS PLftNE IK idge boom. It faltered in October and collapsed on Mr. Hoover in November. Aldrich cited the 19J29 incident in support of his contention that a politically controlled banking system is dangerous it may be utilized for by the president said Lhoy would t litical purposes as. boom resist such a plan. THE JONKER. \lM: tUf 19;;-i, JURY FINDS. Continued from Page 1 1. tor. will be rcturmd to Chicago [collision wjth one driven by Mrs on a warrant charging him with', I>e(-. the accfacnt happening July conspiracy in a S23H,mxi holdup there. Oliver Burg will bo returned to Jolii't, 111., to complete :• -Jit: '.ic-ni imposed after the BrcmcT kidnaping. Attorneys ill the case said a Verdi- t might l>f? delayed a considerable time if the jury reviews all the evidence presented, title. The trial lasted slightly less than five WCL!:S. Continued [rom Page 1. a poor, elderly farmer-miner, lir had been negotiating for its purchase. Mr. Winston said he would bring the gem horn on an American boat. because such po- niaking. Fourteen Air Marks With Pay Load Chalked Up to U. S. Airmen, OVER CLOSED COURSE the Federation Aeronautique In- ternationale has been : flown in record attempts at such a height. i The Douglas f was checked ^ at the turning pylons by means of theodolites. These devices are equipped with a photographic recording instrument that' records accurately the time the plane passed the official point. Tomlinson, former member of the navy's famous^ acrobatic team of Sea Hawks, plans a new onslaught on recor'ds on distances up to 2,000 kilometers soon in the same plane. In Serious Condition. IIUUIfKS SERVK'KS. IJorty to Arrive in 1'ipton Ovor Nickel I'latc Karly Saturday. (By United Press). New York, iMay 17. — Fourteen air records for speed and load carrying ! were sot by a Douglas transport plane today. It landed after flying 3,lUli." mil2-> in IS hours. 22 minutes, 49 seconds. : Five were international records established over 2.000 and 5,000 kilometer courses. The other nino were new American marks, wuii ALDRICH CITES. ment for S300 for damages dou j to ,his automobile when it was hi j private bankers) Continued from Papo 1. "The rate of the New York Reserve Bank remained unchanged from July 13, 1928 until August 9, 1939, notwithstanding the vast.speculation then in progress. From the beginning of 1929 onward, the directors of the New York Reserve Bank (representing as well, I believe, as the directors of certain other reserve banks, voted consistently to raise their rates, and Nola Hughes, father of 1'aul R. Hughes whose death jorcunvd at Ottumwa. la., early Thursday. | received word that the body ?•••- jcompanied by the wife apd other!" 1 " 1 without pay loads. relatives would arrive jivcr tho i D. W. Tomlinson and Nickel Plate east bound ! train at 12:-lJi Saturday morning and it In the action 'brought by Melui as consistently the Federal Re- E. Foster and others to quiet titlo to land at the'west edge of llv city known as the Appleton farm, title was iiuieU-d as asked in the complaint. The action was brought to correct a defect Joseph Bartles landed the giant monoplane a few minutes after flash- will be taken to the -Leatherninn ing a-cross the Tmish line at Floyd funeral home to lie in the hour of services. stjale stlate until Bennett airport at 1:50.09 a. m. The official starting time yester- The funeral' will be held at th-jday morning was 7:27.2:0. funeral home at 2:00 ! o'clock The gruelling test undergone Saturday afternoon, with: Rev. JI. by man and machine was evident R. Pcarcy will be in in charge and burial las the big Douglas, holder of th • Mrs. Etta Davis, widow of J. D. Davis is reported 'to be very ill at her home in Tetersburg, suffer| ine; with kidney and rheumatic i troubles. Mrs. Davis, who spent some time at the Methodist hospital at Indianapolis without securing relief, has been at her home several days. A message was sent to her son Allie A. Davis, who is doing scrme special wjork for the American Legion in the state of New Mexico notifying him of the condition of the mother. The message was delivered to him and in hurrying down a mountain road to reach a railroad station to send an ans- ! wer, his automobile was wrecked | and his legs injured, according to a message received Thursday. The wire stated another message would follow soon giving details and when he could make the trip. Here from Kasl.j Paulino Xickoy. west oj[ who was .called to New serve Board failed to determine." j ago by the serious illness of li-.'!• In other words, the Reserve j brother-in-law, Cloyd \1oro, re- Board, of which Andrew W. Mel- in GIECUZT COURT. 'BAD" RAZOR. Continued from Pago 1. Continued : from Page 1. Company went into receivership March 21, 1H34. The present p> nn answer in two paragraphs wa« j tion contends the company was filed. The action is one in \vhirli j driven out of business by the acis Harold Hamilton is asking jiidR- of the Gillette company. Ion was ex-oflicio chairman by virtue of his position as secretary of treasury, voted reserve bank efforts to increase rates, make money dearer and, thereby, curb speculation. "This long . postponement," Aldrich continued, "had immeasurable consequences both on' the height of the speculative tide and Fairview cemetery. transcontinental speed record of •*« r 11 hours, 5 minutes, rolled to a stop. Only foilr gallons of gasoline remained i in its tanks. Tiptnn. The fliers showed the strain of Haven, ' the long flight! during which their Connecticut, about fifteen days j speed averageil 169.03 miles a:i ..hour. i The piano flew a closed, tri- tttrned to her home here Tliur.i-' angular course between Floy.I One 1'WA PROJECTS. Is a Xrw Administration Building for I. V. day, accompanied by h<r sistor ! Bennett field, i New York. Wash- and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Yore, ington and Willoughby Spit, near Mr. Vore is .suffering anemia, and a nervous! down. an<^ has boon tiuitje will remain at the homo wife's mother, Mrs. Mont Nickoy, ! Weather conditions over the during the summer for a from i Norfolk, Va. jFive flights weiv break- j made around ; the triangle, each ill. Ho I one bringing new aviation honors of his : to America. ] rest. complete ! .southern part |of the course handicapped the fliers. The flight was Thev were accompanie 1 to Tip-; made at high 'altitude, averaging the extent of the collapse, and has ton by Mr. and Mrs. Judson I around 14,000! feet. It was the come to be regarded as quite the' Smith, who left Thursday evening j first time in lystory that the 1,most conspicuous failure of the for their home in New laven. 1000 kilometer! closed course. ..of (T.y UnitM Tress). Washington, May 17.— Public Works Administrator! Harold L. ! Ickcs today announced that 1!> I local public improvement co:i- istniction projects recommended to President Roosevelt by the advisory committee on allotments will provide 14',692 man 7 months of direct -employment. Included among; nine projects jwliich.will be imade possible | through grants was one for $400,- jOOO to build a new administration | building at .Indiana university, Blopjningtoji, Indiana. Try'a Tribune Want Ad. 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'This book tells you about the refrigerator mechanism which has been running constantly for the equivalent of thirty-three years in your home; about the Norge owner who wrote that a Morge had not only paid for itself, but had saved an additional $162.00 in seven /ear's. Drop in and see the Norge dealer near you. Ask for your copy of "The Story of Norge." See the beautiful Rolla- tor Refrigerators there on display. It's the quickest, .easiest way to get the latest facts abbot modern home refrigeration. NORGE THE ROLUTOH^ COMPRESSOR... smooth, easy, rolling powtr provides more uses lea current./ iO-K-12 Suite & Barrum 12 Years Ago v the crops of four fe?32-'33 and '34. years— 1931- ! I- 1 ./,>, Ripe Tobacco... Aged 2 y« jars qr | more... -^-the farmer who grows the tobacco... \ — the warehouseman who s ills it at iiuctioo to the highest i b'idde;r..L .j •. . , .. -i , -r-every man who Tmpws about leaf tobacco—will tell you that it takes tiild, rige tobacco to i lake ag(M>d dgarette; and this iiith^iMInf " " "" <- - mtfifii45^ May 17th. J Top for hogs was $7.90; corn was $1.06;' wheat, $1.16; oats 38; eggs 32 and butter 40c. « * » • Moore & Moore were advertis : ing a bargain in pure cane sugar, at 95c for nine pounds. * * * John KauSfman of Atlanta left for Whiting where he was to be employed in electrical work with his brother-in-law R. J. Griffith.^ * * * Ira Rice, whose home southwest of Atlanta was destroyed by fire was preparing to rebuild on the same site. » *. * Paul Cummins driver of a taxi was given a ride by a holdup who had engaged him to drive to the home of Frank Warden, his taxi and $6 in money being taken. * * * Miss -Maude Henry was assisting in the office of the county i .corder during the illness of Miss Hazel Swift. "J . «! * * ' • Henry Comer resigned his position with the Tipton fire department to accept a. position at toe W. R. Herron blacksmith sop. 4 la- Present Day Club. The Present Day club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Maude: Ray of Elwood, most of the members making the trip. . : The business session was in charge of the president, -Mrs; J. E. Ayrcs. and during .this time, -several 1 matters of interest were discussed. '•"""• The I afternoon 'was spent socially untii a lute hour when the hostess served delicious refreshment. ] - - : "" 1 Has Returned Home. Mrs. Allie Vandevender has returned to her home in Indianapolis after visiting for the i past few days in Tipton with MrJ and* Mrs. John Lebo and Mrs. Delia Roode. j Mrs. Vandevender is a former resident of Tipton and enjoyed her visit here very much, j INVITING ; I.evi Stafford, Route 1, Tipton As a guest of The Tipton bally Tribune at the New Ritz Theatre to witness ; "The Case of the Howling Dog" Explanation: This Invitation Is not transferable and is good; only for the party whose name and address appear above. The party- named (above,. accompanied by a member- of his family or a friend should present this invitation at the Ritz door the same, as, two regular admission tickets. | Reflnish Your Floors . at Low Cost i Bent Our New Di Floor Sander.
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