The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 1, 1935 · Page 5
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Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, June 1, 1935
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•to fieces / •])ONT GI\AW LAST MINT/ TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Four nice cottages (.> syll on payment plan with 5100 down. L. W. Fuller. c-207 KlHl SALIC — 40 acres, G-rooiu Ijuiisi-. rli-rtricity, good barn, .-iicisily Mack laud. L. W. Fuller. c-2 OS' KOK SALIC—John Mundoll three ai-i-i-H. 7-r.ciiiu house. good out- Ijiiildiiiu-s. or trade for Atlanta t.rf>i"-''iy. L. \V. Kulli-r. c-207 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Rotary hoe. Cecil Kli«<](-.s, Atlanta. p-207 FOR SALIC c-207 FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf Full SALIC -- NorllH-ni Michigan No. 1 Kfi-il potatoes. l'lion«! 17X11. John Sandmann. p-209 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, lirovtn the cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR SALE—Leather davenport, dining room furniture and Es- latf H'-atrola; be home ull day Sunday. :;•!! X. Main. p-207 FOR SALIC—Manrhu soy beans. 1'hoiio i:;s!i, Windfall.' Glc-u Jiiffo. P-20S WANTED WANTED—You to know we have plenty of wall paper at 8 cents a double roll. Rexall, Drugs. c-tf WANTED—Paper hanging; reasonable. Coyner. Phone 1270. c-208 FOR RENT FOR RENT — Modern furnished apartment, close in. Phone 3374 ,or 18. c-207 FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as |3 per week. Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t* same time rejuvenate the lagging building industry. Corresponding Improvement in allied Industries is anticipated. Speakers for the meeting -were David E. Ross, chairman of the board of trustees of Purdue; Owen D. Young, chairman of the board of General Electric Company, and Mrs. William Brown Maloney, editor and official of the New York Better Homes Bureau. FOR RENT — Completely furnished modern 7-room house or 4-rooni apartment, within one square of town; possession June 7. See Mrs. Jackson, 226 North Main. c-tf MONEY TO LOAN SEE US for new plan of farm loans; 5. 10, 15 and 20-year payment plan; low interest rate. Fielding & Fielding, c-tf HOMK CONFERENCE. FOR SALE—Rural New Yorker potatoes. Walter Powell. Phone IX'-,. C-20S ACCTIOX KALE of .salvaged ma- tt-rial fniiii po.stoflice site, Wednesday, June 5, starting 10:30 a. jji. Lumljer, soil pipe, brick and oilier material. c-20'J FOR SALE — Potatoes, Rural New Yorkers, for seed or table. Phone 1GX7. Herman Michel. c-207 Foil HALE — G-year-old liorso, Fordn'in tractor and Oliver 12- iii'-li tractor plow; 2 I. H. C. ro- - lary hoes; Ii-in. Lelz burr feed mill; 7-ft. Osborne binder. Buu Implement Store. Phone 33X3. c-tf .IfNK 1 1. \TfTIKS — Kncli Ti»-s. I-ar:.-.- lyjio V\'hili> r.i-iilinrMN Jt».9. r i per 100; SI;.T:, in :,">i ini.s: ?f,.r,o in 'l ].,ls. n.-.-ivy.w 17.13 IHT : ?7 •-•:, in Ints: J" \a i'i luis. l.iKlil i:r:ili:un:iK Jli-iivy Miii-fl $7. .-\flil Ic IHT <-Mni wh, [i lots of fill art- slilp- 'Ji wli.-n 2"-. <~hi'-ks slartoil 2 wk>. ;i* s;i.-rlnl oni,-rs. Onlcr in .'i: for 'lair, t>n-t-<l an<> number. silluiil'T clll'-ks — they wilt liu-;;n rmil lur lal)li- IIM- this fall. ji ;t ;i'l l; ! ."I p Ideal leatheret desk pads. Tribune Press. ti MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE \K\V AND USED WASHERS I'ncd Ga» Engine For Demonstration Call 83 SERVICE MOTOR 00. ForSale or Trade . 1934 V-8 DeLuxe Se- with radio, ex-8 Coupe. Pontiac Spdan. Ooupe Ifl3 J Ohevrolat Ufa S in Construction Field Hold Session :it Purdue. (Liy United Press). Lafayette, June 1.—A scientific approach to home construction was sought here today as representatives of the building and allied industries met with Purdue university technicians in the first annual national homes conference. Principal objectives of the meeting were: 1. An immediate stimulation of the building industry. 2. Scientific designing of all homes. 3.'Development of materials and methods of construction 'which will enable persons with moderate income to own better homes. All the technical knowledge and laboratory facilities at Puv- due university have been pledged to aid in the concerted drive to relieve housing conditions in the United States. All industry has been asked to cooperate. Plans for gigantic "test tube" to aid in the work were announced at the university as the conference began. An "all weather building" In which houses may be built and tested, will be constructed on '.he campus. It will contain facilities for testing houses and materials under all climatic conditions, from zero weather to tropical heat, desert dryness or great humidity and under the blazing sun rays. Designers expect It to be exceptionally valuable in testing efficiency of various types of insulation, heating systems and new air conditioning plants. The university also has purchased a 140 acre tract adjoining the campus for development of an Ideal community. All types of home construction are to be triad there. lA severe housing shortage in the United States and Inadequate construction of 'many moderate priced homes resulted in the planning of the conference. : It IB-hoped to develop standards of construction to eliminate both those conditions and at the MONTH STARTED RIGHT. Three Slorriage licenses Were Issued Before Noon Saturday. The month of June held true to tradition on the opending day three marriage licenses being issued by the county clerk before noon. Licenses were issued to John C. Brown, 24 and Miss Lucille Landseadel, the bridegroom being a son of Flavia Brown and the bride a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Landseadel of 112 West North street; John Allen Callalian of. Windfall and Miss Laura Isabella Miller of Phlox and ^William C. Suite and Charlotte 'Donaldson, both of Kokomo. County Clerk Simpson stated that he knew there would be-four at least as the marriage of A. J. Biltz and Miss Annamae Tebbe will take place Monday morning. bers of the American Legion and drum corps. Services were held at the cemetery, Rev. J. T. Frost making an appropriate address. Taps were sounded for the soldier dead and the graves were decorated by the Boy Scouts. The services were attended by one civil war veteran, Madison Wright and two army nurses, Mrs. Ed Meyncke and Mrs. Ray Peters. EKIN-SHI1.OH. WINDFALL. Mrs. George Henry is recovering from a serious illness of ptomaine poisoning caused from eating tainted food. Mr. and Mrs. Clate Summerton and daughter Vera of Wabash visited Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wright Thursday and atte>3ed Memorial Day services. 'Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mitchell and family of Frankton and Will Mitchell of Indianapolis • spent Thursday with Mrs. Emma Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. John Walker and daughter Mary Maxine of Tipton were the Thursday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Schell. Mrs. Chester Southard assisted by Mrs. Glen Cottingham were hostesses to the May meeting of the Four Square class of the Christian Bible school at the home of the former Wednesday evening. The class had been engaged in a contest for two months •and Mrs. Noel Schell's division was the winner. The losing side will entertain the winning side In the near future. Contest winners were Mrs. Bruce Miller and Airs. Harry Donson. Fourteen members and three guests were present. The hostesses served lovely refreshments. Windsor Austin and granc) daughter, Miss Delight Miller of Muncie and Robert Currie of Indianapolis spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Currie. Solemn and Impressive Memorial Day services were held'at th<2 city park In Windfall Thursday afternoon. Services opened with community singing of "America" and "The Star Spangled Banner" led by Omar C. Martin and accompanied by Mrs. Carl Scudder, accordionist. Invocation was by Rev. J. T. Frost, after which a mixed quartet composed of Mrs. Scudder, Ellen McNew, Omar C. Martin and Omer Dean sang a group of patriotic aim. Wayman Dragoo acted as marshal! of the day introducing the'Tipton county American Legion post, drum corps, firing squad and color fuard who gave a most impressive memorial service tn a field of whito crosses representing the Ekin M. E. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Shiloh Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Owen, David and K. R. Mott of Middlebury spent Sunday with their grandparents, Noah Henry and wife. Mrs. Mag Dick of Kempton spent the week end with her sister Mrs. Noah Henry. Dova Thompson and wife, Herman Lewis and family, Howard Pickett and family of Sheridan were Sunday guests of Allen Douglas and family of Muncie. T. H. Small and wife, Mrs. Lillian' Hershman and daughter were Saturday evening supper guests of Carlos Dodson and family of Indianapolis. Mrs. Marietta Mundell of Sheridan, Mack McKenzie and wife of Rossville, Illinois, visited Mrs. Josephine Fisher Sunday evening. Mrs. Agnes George and daughter Irene of-Noblesville were Sunday guests of C. W. Small and family. Mfnton Mossberg and family and Mrs. Mae Haworth of Sheridan visited Edith Burton Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Avary Rood and daughters Deloris and Mrs. Raymond Eaton and daughter Nerita Kay of Kempton visited In the Burton home Thursday evening. Fred Coats and wife were Sunday guests of Chester Myers and family of Kokomo. x ' Earl Mason' and family of Noblesville spent Sunday with Mrs Olive Gunn. Mrs. Louvena Small is spending a few days with her son Kay Small and family of Elwood. Everett Kirby and family spent Tuesday night and Wednesday with Mark Geiger and family and 'attended commehojement exercises. PRAIRIE NOTES. The 4-H Baking Club were entertained, at the home of Miss Maxine Quakenbush, Tuesday aft ernoon. There were sixteen 1 members present. Group singing was led by Miss Bernice Davenport; Piano Solo, Betty Lindley; Demonstration on yeast bread by Miss Spencer. The next meeting wll be with Deloras Jackson, June 14. Sandwiches, cookies and punch were served Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bringle and daughter Louise of Ashley, Ohio, are visiting relatives and friends in Tipton and Howard county. Mrs. Delta Glenn', daughter Esther, and son Russell of near RoBsville, Mrs. Olas Quakenbush and Daughter Catherine were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Adams. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Suite.and daughter Janice of Indianapolis Misses Mary Lou" Orem of Rus- slaville, Kathleen Roby of Hemlock,' Dejoras .Adams, Virginia Meyers, Varldene Beamer, and Maxine Quakenbush visited the Marlon College, Thursday. Mr. Baker, field man! for the Kempton^ canning factory, was in an accident near the home of uiatoir,"ol iPriftrle • town:- was riot hurt outside of a bruised knee. :The car was brought to the Orr garage at Kempton. by the wrecker. J. B. Rayl of Prairie township who underwent an emergency operation, tor appendicitis, Tuesday afternoon is recovering nicely. Mrs. Rollie Reel accompanied relatives to Peoria, 111., for a few days'- Visit. Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Real i Estate on Decree. Notice is hereby given that by virtue! and authority of an execution and decree attached to me directed 1 by the Clerk of the Tipton Circuit Court, and a levy made thereunder in a cause of action pending in said Court wherein Foltz Lumber Company, a corporation, i is paintiff. and Clifford C Boys and Eva Boys are defendants, the same being Cause No 2609, 3n said Tipton Circuit Court. W. B. Richardson, same- 3.2< Guy Forkner, same ----- 9-44 John A. Altherr, janitor's salary -------- : ------ 85.0 Public Service Co. of Indiana, fuel county- jail, April and May ------Ed McLary, county farm .supplies ------------Mrs. S. A. Porter, county farm tile for drain — _ court house supplies — Sanco Products Co., same Porter Booth, court house repairs ------------W. A. Reed, county jail repair -------------Raymond Simpson, postage clerk's office Joe Mattingly, postage auditor's office ------Reuben Cardwell, postage sheriff's office Reuben Cardwell, board- 'ing prisoners Youngi Ftirn. Co., court room supplies Tipton Light & Water Co., electricity and water for county buildings , UUI1U1I16 . reiiumng me ta make the sum of citiz Natltma , Co .. in . $469.18, with interest, costs, aim accruing costs, all as set out in. said decree. I will by virtue and authority of said execution and decree, expose at public sale on Monday, July 1st. 1935, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and surance account school fund loan Bonnie Michel, Board of Children's Guardians— R. W. Yelton, clerk's office supplies Crown Ribbon & Carban 4 o'clock p. m.. at the north donr j Co of the court house in the city of j Young's^Fu'rn." Co".7"sa"me Tipton Indiana, the rents and Burford Pri ntin g Co.. re- profits for a time not exceeding corder ' s office supplies- seven years, by the year, of thp Burford p rint i n? Co .. aud _ following described real estate in itor ... offi( . p S 7, nnlips Tipton County. Indiana, to-wit: Lot;number three (3) in block number three (3) in Kimberlin & Webb's East Addition to the town, now city of Tipton, Tlptou County, Indiana. itor's office supplies __ Burford Printing Co.. highway superintendent's office supplies Burford Printing Co., sheriff's office supplies Burford Printing Co., sup- If such rents and profits will plieg for clerk . s office ._ not sell for a sum sufficient to pay j Reuben A . Car dwell, serv- and satisfy said* execution aaid j n& processes Farmers Oil & Tire Co., countyi farm supplies _ Arkenau's Drug Store," same Herbert V. Morris, coroner's inquests Edward W. Altherr, court house labor decree, interest, costs and accruing costs, I will at the same time and place expose at public sale the fee simple of said real estate or so much thereof as may be necessary to discharge said execution and decree, interest, costs and accruing costs. Said sale shall be made without any relief whatever from Valuation or appraisement laws and j Mercy "Hospital/"same"", by virtue of a foreclosure of a j Far mers Gain' & Supply Materialman's Lien on said t'~ ! scribed real estate. Dated June 1, 1933. REUBEN A. CARDWEL, Sheriff of Tipton Dr. 15. B. Moser, Wildcat township poor Count}', Indiana. GIFFORD, GIFFORD & APPLETON', Attorneys for Plaintiff. c-207-13-19-25 Dennis Hankins. same Compton & Son, county farm supplies Compton & Son, county jail supplies Compton & Son, county court house repairs Compton & Son. county highway The following claims will hfi James Gray, court house considered by the board of county watchman commissioners at the regular se5-|R°>' Land, ditch repair — Commissioners' Allowances for June, 1035. same Otto McNew, same Dr. W. A. Laudeman, same Dr. B. V. Chance, same__ Zehner & Zehner, same sion, Monday. June 3, 1935: Dr. R.JL. Fullerton, county farm supplies $ 57.00 J. C. Penney Co., same— 6.OS Abso-Pure Ice & Coal Co., same 12.00 Tipton; Main Motor Co. same Standard Oil Co., same— Fosteri Fiirn. Co.; same— H/nklei Coal Co., same — Case Bakery, same 1 Q A 0 \ 13.13 i 5.30! 12.50 Bern Gossard, same James' Riley, same C. G. Taylor, same William Malsh, same Indianapolis Blue Print Co., supplies surveyor's office The Tipton Daily Tribune, county printing The Tiptoji Dally Tribune, clerk's loffice supplies-- 7!5 9.6 11.0 80.3 47.5 56.3 25.0 2.8 5.5 5.0 1.6 45.0 13.2 142.0 10.0 200.0 2'.0 5.5 1.6 49.2 71.0 17.0 2.0 1.5 19.3 18.2 79.3 17.5 6.0 3.0 38.0 40.9 55.0 11.0 .11.7 17.2 16.5 7.1 16.4 12.3 6.6 57.0 50.3 3.0 42.0 1.0 3.0 50.9 24.US 50.74 J. C. Penney Co;, Jefferson Crystal Chem. Co., same- 10.00 township poor __ Miracle Mfg. Co., same -- 11.75 R a 'Ph McMullan, same __ Bargain Grocery, same-- 126.73 J. J. ilclntosh Sons Corporation, same ------ Joe'DePasse, same ----Ed Doyersberger, same — W. H.| Curry, same ---- 3.00 32.98 15.00 Dr. n. L. Collins, same W. E. Reese, same B. E. Mahaffey, same Mildred Porter, same___ Dr. J. II. Ferguson, same 60.00 I c - -A- Smith, same w! H.'iAmsbury, samo'II '28.25 Coheo & Clark, same ___ Claude E. Johnson, same Dr. G. C. Dunham, same— Fred Spencer, same Dr. S. M. Cotton, same Mrs. M. M. Woods, same- Oscar i Off, county farm hauling : 1.00 Dr. V.i H. Cooper, county farm services —. 67.65 J. F. Rayls, county farm superintendent - ______ 214.00 | L - ™: Curtis, Prairie town- Mrs. JJ. F. Rayls, county farm matron -------- 35.00 Ellen Burton, county farm laboj- _________ . ----- 30.00 F. A. If'ape, same — ! ------ 6.00 Martha Brown, same --Allie Sowers, same ---- 30.00 25.00 Sallie Walter, same 12.00 Arnle-iCochran. same 40.00 AndyjHubank, same 40.00 Arkenau's (Drug Store, coutity farm supplies. 36.78 Arkenau's 'Drug Store, prevention of contagious diseases — --: 3.50 Chester Rector, assessing Jeffdrson township 24.00 Bessie M..McGraw. assessing Prairie township.. 117.00 Maude B. Pumphrey.iaises- singl Liberty township- 195.00 sihip poor Omer Lineback, same J. C. Penney Co., Liberty township . poor Dr. E. B. Mbser, same Dr. H. B. Shoup, same Good -Samaritan Hospital, 7.5 75.0 29.2 8.6 9.3 5.5 98.5 33.0 21.5 59.1 5,1.0 54.6 53.0 13.6 6.0 same N. L. Hutto, same ----'Cash Cottingham, same __ Jacob FreU, same ---- •S. J. Horton, same ----J. G. Carter, same -----W. C. Mattingly, Cicero . township poor __ — --( Mrs. John Reed, same — N. I. Boldon, same ----Lee Leatherraan, same __ Bargain Grocery, same __ Folti Lumber Co., : same. J. C.j^enney Co., same — \ColBnB, ;;aame , ' 3.7 9.0 50.5 37.9 7.2 8.0 38.5' 3.0 15.2 43.6 27.0 10.0 20.0 395.2 10.0 10.7 DOB, If. R. I. Fullerton, same 112.15 lectors' Clinic, same 30.00 Howe's Grocery, same — 21.00 May's Grocery, same 25.00 B..& W. Coal Co., same__ 89.00 Coppock Coal Yard, same 32.50 tinkle Coal Co.. same _ 31.00. Seechwood Hospital, same 32.00 Srnest Kirby, same .62 Rexall Drug Store, same. 8,08 Tipton Milling Co., same 3.00 Tipton Light &. Water Co., same 1.50 ?"rank B. Hunter, same 19.00 S T utz & Grosskopf, same- 1-7.21 Tipton Water/Works, same 5.33 Tipton County Farm Bureau, same 17.50 Landwerien Leather Co., Same : 7.20 Tipton Beverage Co., same 7.00 Ogle & Little, same 4.00 McGraws" Grocery, ,'same_ 183.00 Munsell's Grocer, same 23.00 Boston Store, same _ 24177 Rust's Grocery, same 90.75 Edna Burkhart Co., same 72.00 Dr. J. V. Carter, same — 146.60 Ray Moore, .same . 307.75 Fred Wright, highway labor. May, 1935 -__ 32.00 Herbert Plummer, same— 40.00 William Kritsch, same — 45.60 Ray Rose, same 87.50 J. L. Achenbach, same 17.00 Ozin Allen, same 15.49 Fletcher jeffers, same 42.00 Ernie Quick, same . 62.40 Raymond Alexander, same 72.80 'Joe Alley, same .. 24.00 Joe Rile'y, same — 60.00 Jesse LaGarde, same 72.80 Joe Miller, same 53.00 Ralph Webb, same 72.09 Carl Balser, same 48.00 Wm. Rollings, same 72.80 Ed McLary, same 134.92 Vincent VanBriggle, same 25.40 Carl Niemann, same 37.35 Paul Stuart, same 72.80 Ralph Teter, same 36.00 Charles Hawkins, same 64.40 William Friend, same __ 43.80 Olis.E. T.yner, same 69.00 Pearl Worden, ^ame 64.00 Jack Hawkins, same 48.00 S. F. McDaniels. same 24.00 Basil smyser. same 72.80 Dova Bitner, same 62.40 Gerald Campbell, same 62.40 C. H. Vandevender, same 67.20 Lorin Myerly. same 72.80 Frank J. Smith, same _! 52.00 Glantie Shaw, same 72.80 Noah Brown, same 32.00 I. N. Smith, same 28.50 Rauben Parish, same . 72.80 Earl Floyd, same 72.80 Earl Cooper, same 62.40 Sam Hughes, same 45.75 Russell Watson, same 73.15 Wayne Lorts. same 40.25 Glenn Paul, same 38.50 Ralph Bozell, 'same 33.00 Ray Leavell, same 32.09 DeLong Auto Parts Co., highway supplies 25.15 W. J. Holliday Co., same. 3.8 .T.'D. Adams Co., same . 23.C7 Tom Mount, same S.OO Farmers Oil & Tire Co., same —: 755. fif George Haiss Co., samo__ 05.Gu Roy Beck, same .._ 250. F'armers Loan & Trust Co., same _ 3.60 First National Agency, same ' 113.40 Kessler Auto Parts, same 3.46 Edna Burkhart Co., same 7.t)0 Main Motor Co., same 28.01 H. J. Schrader & Co., same —1 3.S4 Greeson Sand & Gravel Co.,'same 31-1.27 Emergency-Hospital, Cicero township poor :_ 4S.OO E. A. Burkhardt, same 116.30 B. A. Bunchardt, same __ 217.60 Respectfully submitted, JOB MATTINGLY. May 30, 1935.- Auditor. Notice to Non-Residents. State of Indiana. County of Tipton, ss: Benjamin F. Leavell, et al, vs. Herschell L, " Lawson, Lillian Lawson. Tipton Circuit Cour;t, Ind. Cause No. 2742. The plaintiffs in the above entitled cause having filed their complaint together with an affida- dants. Herschell L. Lawson and Lillian Lawson are non-residents of the state of Indiana, Now, therefore, said defendants, Herschell L. Lawson .and Lillian Lawson. are hereby notified and ordered that they be and appear on or before the first judicial day of the September term cf the Tipton Circuit Court to be held at Tipton, Indiana, at ' the court house and which- term begins on the 9th day of September, 1935. to answer or demur to said complaint, the same will be heard and determined in their absence. In- witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand and the seal of khis court this 1st day of June. 1935. RAYMOND! w. SIMPSON, (Seal) Clerk of Said Court. : . c-207-13-19 ' : ' ' '' GTTL'VSR & •Attorneys ai_. Office Phone 107. f Beddgttcei Phones: i 8. A. CoUcf »i!8e. H. D. Pickering—S#» 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 with the will annexed oC the estate of Nancy E. Jackson, late of Tipton County, deceased. Said estate la supposed -to be solvent. OMER E. JACKSON, Administrator With May 6. 1935. Will Annexed. G.. W. MOUNT, Attorney. 189-1*5-201-207 - *'• ' NoUce of Administration. Notice is hereby . given -that the undersigned has boen appointed byltheUudgSjof (the? Circuit jCcnirt - John P. Kemp Chas. A.Kenop KEMP ^ KEMP j [, Attorneys-atJjaw 1 J.I Citizens National Bank Bldg.' Phone 29. ' DE.V. H.j COOPER | Veterinarian | Phones: \ Office, 138; Residence 113» CLARK & MINER CO. Abstracts : Insurance Real Estate > : I Farm Loans : ' V' 108 W. Jefferson St. Phone 6 First National Ins. Co. | Every kind of insurance written in safe, sound and secure stock companies. : ;'. Chas. Wamb, Secretary ... Cecil Harding, Solicitor j 12O Opera- House Block Ground Floor. i Phones 271 and 1333. Xipton GIFFOED, GIFFORD & APPLETON j Lawyers 13 !£ Court St. Phone 309. TITLE GUARANTY and ABSTRACT COMPANY; Farmers Loan & Trust Bldg.; Phone 290. <X A. 0?AYLOK. See the New Leonard j Electric Refrigerators j H. J. SCHRADER & GO. JCPENNEYGa 116-118 South Main St.; LEATHERMAH FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service \ Fnraace Coils Waste Replace Yoojr; Coil With a Self Action GAS WATER HEATBB Public Service Co. oflnd BREAD— i 1%-Ib; loaf i L-... KROGER GROCERY & BAKING CO. ! Comforts, Blankets; SMITSON'S : & DRY CLEANING] See— .. i YOUNG & • Suits and 106 East Jeff. Radio R( LIKBBi Bl .A

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