The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 6, 1935 · Page 5
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Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, June 6, 1935
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Sfpp^Sfiiif^^^P^p^ S££f 3 : r "*-.v ss'ip^Qip^wiiop TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE OE TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Fries, heavy. Mrs. Clintie Cochran. c-212 FOR SALE — 80 acres, Tipton •county; extra good buildings; priced to sell. Foster & Purvis. c-212 FOR SALE—4 tires and tubes, size 4.50x20; also good oak davenport, cheap. Phone 19X2. p-211 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Seed potatoes. Mrs. Peter Henry. p-211 FOK SALE—Tomato plants. Ed Harter, 201 Ash. p-212 FOR SALE—Tomato plants. 301 Maple. p-212 FOR SALE—Fresh Jersey cow. B. O. Andrews, Atlanta, p-211 FOR SALE—Tomato plants. Elmer Lelsinger. c-212 FOR SALE^-75,000 Greater Baltimore tomato plants. Phoua -'0X2. P-215 FOR SALK—CJood 2-row cultivator. Joe Althcrr. Phone IX?. p-212 WANTED WANTED — Housework or restaurant work. Phone 4101. c-215 WANTED"— Paper hanging; reasonable, coyner. Phone 1270. c-214 WANTED — Housework or restaurant work. 534 North East street. P-213 WANTED — Salesman, 30 to 35 years of age, married, must have car, come well recommended; work will be in Tipton; a good opportunity for live wire; prefer man who Is now- employed; write P. O. Box 1028, Anderson. Ind. p-211 FOR RENT FOR RENT—Pasture. Phone 4X3. c-213 FOR SALE— 40 acres, good buildings, electricity, $SO per acre. L. W. Fuller. c-212 FOR SALE—York Imperial potatoes; for seed, GOc bushel; eating. SOt. \V. H. Miles, Pliona 14X0. c-212 FOR SALK—Cauliflower plants, 2 dozen, 15c; now is the time to get them out. B. C. Chambers. p-212 FOR SALE — Real bargain, pair white lace oxfords, T Vi AA, S3. Edith Fouch. c-211 FOR SALIC—Fries, 3 to 4 Ibs.; fourth lunisc cast from park. Phone 10S. 1'aul Guilkey. c-212 FOR SALK—Tomato plants. Ezro Smith S32 North Independence. p-211 FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE — Registered Shorthorn male, yearling. Oscar Manlove, Tipton. Phone Ekin. P-213 FOR- SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR SALE — 6-yuar-old horso, Fordson tractor and Oliver 12- inch tractor plow; 2 I. H. C. rotary hoes; 9-in. Letz burr feed mill; 7-ft. Osborne binder. Butz Implement Store. Phone 33XS. c-tf FOR SALE—Good work horse; 2- year-old mare; 2 Farmalls, 1020; cultipacker; cultivators; good used binders, 7-ft. and S- ft. cut; manure spreaders and mowers. Hull Bros. c-213 FOR RENT—House and 2 acres. Mrs. Maude Powell. p-211 FOR RENT — Furnished rooms for'Iight housekeeping. 236 S. West St. Phone 4241. c-213 FOR REiJT — Furnished 2-room apartment, centrally located. Mendehhall's Studio. c-tf FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. f PERSONAL STOMACH ULCER, gas pains, Indigestion victims, why suffer? For quick relief get a free sample of Udga, a doctor's prescription at Lewis Speckbaugh's. p-T-W-T.217 LOST AND 70UND. LOST—Lady's blue leather purse at Normanda church or cemetery. Mrs. Charles Tyner, Phone Goldsmith. c-211 MISCELLANEOUS REWARD to finder of Eastern Star pin, lost In Tipton; leave at Gas Office. c-211 WASHING MACHINES, RADIOS —Call at 302 Poplar for demonstration of American Beautv washers, $32.50 and up; also HCA radios, J29.95 up. Allen Bangle. » P-212 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 BEFORE COMMISSION. Several Serving Sentences Apply for Leniency. FOR SALE — Advance-Ruinley separator, 22-iuch cylinder, in •good condition; will sell at a bargain. Rix Haskett. Phone 32X5. C-21J JUNK HATrriKS — Each t Tucs. LurKv type \Vlutu r>(,'horn.« JC.Sf, per 109: I I6.T5 In 50U lots; ft r.O in Jl.O'iO lots. Tti-.-ivys J7.4r, per lift; J7.2K In r,00 lots: $7 in 1.000 kits. I^isht Rrnliamos $S.«. Heavy Mixeil J7. Add Ic- per c-liick f.\tr:i when loin of 50 are ship- pi"!: 2c w]icn S">. Clik-ks started - ami :: wks. H.S Kpcclnl unices. Order in ailvanri' for <Iatc. lirrcil am> number. Halve .siirnmnr chicks—they wilt mean real prolit for table use this fall. lIooMiT llati-hrry, arirhicantown. Jnd. MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE XEW AXD USED WASHERS Used Gas Engine i For Demonstration Call 83 SERVICE MOTOR CO. i ForSale or Trade Model AAlFord Truck i GMQ Track Bed Track Indiana Track ' 1931 AA Ford Truck, dual! wheels j These trucks are .alii equipped with cabs and good tomato tracks. Indianapolis, June 6.—William Denton, Jeffersonville, serving Ufa sentence in connection with the slaying of a reformatory guard during a sensational break of convicts in 1922, was among three "lifers" who sought leniency from Uie state clemency commission Thursday. . Eighteen reformatory convicts, three of whom are serving sentences on bank robbery charges, also presented leniency petitions to the commission. - 1 ' Denton, sentenced from Floyd county on a l-to-14-year sentence for burglary, joined a group of prisoners in an attempt to escapo from the state reformatory, then located at Jeffersonville. During the pursuit the guard was shot and several convicts were wounded. Denton was sentenced to life imprisonment on.a murder charge. Andy Combs, Greene county, sentenced Feb. 10, 1922, on a charge of slaying a highway worker, and James-Spencer, Indianapolis, who has -'served more than 17 years on a murder count, were the other two life-term convicts who asked leniency. Spencer was charged with killing a caqhier of. a local ice company during an ar- Oarland Ives, Warsaw, sentenced from Gosculsko county Dec. 22, 1930, to a 16-year term; Filmer Phillpott, i English, and Donald Dudley, Frankfort, were tfce alleged bank robbers -whose cases irere considered. Ives was alleged to have parti- ciptated in the robbery of the Bnrkett Bank Dec. 20, 1930. One member of the bandit gang was killed. He also admitted attempting to blast the vault at the Ena Green Bank the night before. ' Dudley was charged with robbing a bank at Jolietsville on Jan. 9; 1931. He also admitted robbing the Sclrcleville bank on Feb. 19, 1931. Total loot of the two holdups netted $1,802, he said. Philpott was charged with holding up the English State Bank Dec. 22, 1930, and escaping with approximately $4,000. Two bank employes and a customer were locked in the vault during the holdup. John Sink, Indianapolis, alleged partner of Dale Kinder, former husband of Mary Kinder, swe^t- hear of the Dillinger gang, also asUed leniency from his 12-year sentence. Sink is serving the sentence in conection with a filling station holdup in 1931. Included among other cases considered were Charles Tom'iin- son, Ft. Wayne; Alex Toth and Walter Clbyd. South Bend, and Clarence Bressler, Kokomo. EXCISE OFFICERS. Announcement Made of Appointment of Eighteen Men. (By United Press). Indianapolis, June 6. -- Appointment of IS excise enforcement officers was announced 10- day by Paul P. Fry, state excise administrator. The appointments complete the first squad of 22 officers who will direct state-wide enforcement of the new liquor control act. Four others, including Ray Hinkle, Bloomington, previously had been appointed to the force. Bruce Maxwell, Indianapolis, former inspector of the state bus and truck division, was appointed lieutenant and third in charge under Hinkle. Donald M. Franklin, Spencer, recently was named captain and second in command. Other appointments' announced today were: Lester R. Brown, Evansville; William Matheson, Muncie; V. E. Mitchell, Bloomfield; Edward H. Brltton, Logansport; James R. Trumbeli, Fort Wayne; John P. Hoff, Auburn, and Colman Harvey, Princeton; Herschel R. Spencer, Veedersburg; Walter W. Gardner, Indianapolis; Frank H. Stottlemeyer, Greenfield; Patrick H. Healy. Jeffersonville; Irvin J. McKinsey, Indianapolis; O. P. Poison, Paoli; Emanuel B. Wetter, Indianapolis; Dan Chapman, Richmond; John H. Christian, Jr., Grecnsburg.'and E. Dale Mitchell, Hope. In addition to Hinkle and Franklin, those appointed within the past two weeks were John L. Bowman, Odon, and John Hamilton, Sullivan. The appointments were announced, at a meeting of the officers with Fry and other members of the state alcoholic beverages commission. "Snooping" and underhandsd methods of enforcement will not be permitted, Fry told the officers. "The department does not want Its officers to induce by trick or trap, the violation of the law." s&rtV'-wSL**-' '81 Chevrolet;, AJK&DIf. Mr. and Mrs.' Lew Groves, had as their dinner guests Decoration Day, iMr. and Airs. John Albright, Mr. and Ura. Donavon Wilson and children and William /Wilson of Indianapolis and Miss/Mary Lou Ringer of Fishers. ( Afternoon guests'were Mrs. Blanche Krause and daughter Alice of Midianapo- lis, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilson of Anderson, Mrs. Russell Havens of Cicero and Mrs. Irene Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith took Billy Kitchin who had been their guest for a week to his home !n Greensburg Sunday and they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown. Miss Emma Knause, Mrs. Mary Teal and Charles Knause visiterl in Weitfield Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eli Stalker. Mr. Stalker who is in poor health was slightly better. Mr. and Mrs. George Hilton had as their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith and Mrs. Sue Mullholland and daughter, Jama, all of Muncie. Mr. and Mrs. James Corrall and son Bob were at Indianapolis Sunday and called at the home of thoilate Claybourne Crouch. Funeral services for Mr. Crouch were held Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Fox and family of Tipton were Sunday guests of Mrs. Lelia Fox and Sadie Cornelius. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hartley- were Saturday evening puests of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Horton at Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. George Mosbaiish and daughters Mildred and Victoria spent Wednesday in Greensburg with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stout entertained at a bridal dinner Sunday at their home on federal road 31 honoring their daughter Hazel Merre, who was married Saturday night to David Fesler of Elwood. A lovely three-tier angel food wedding cake formed a centerpiece for the table. The guests included the bride and groom and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fesler of Elwood, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hoiue of Anderson, Miss Hazel Stout and Ho'Ward Guy of Arcadia. Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Phillips and sons, Don, Max and Bob, of Lansing, 'Mich., came Wednesday and visited until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ovcrdorf. On Friday Mr. Phillips left for an indefinite business trip to St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Lena Clock of Alexandria and Sarah Myers were dinner guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Vane Learning. .Mrs. George Pontius and son Paul of Peru spent several day's last week here with Miss Mae Wilson. On Decoration Day they via- ited in Lebanon with 'Mrs. Frank Herdrich, in 'Indianapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson and in Fortville with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence DeVaney. Mrs. Harry Wilson who- has been in poor Health for several years is no -better. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hall visited near Providence Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Shields and Mrs. Louise Shield.s. Mr. and Mrs. John McKinsey cf Cicero were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hall. HUXTINGTON CASE. Stnndby Service From Utility , Will Get Test in Court. Huntington, June 6. — A declaration of the Nortern Indiana Power Company that it will not provide the city with, standby electrical service for resale to private consumers soon 1 will be given a test. Superintendent James P. Ad- klns of the city electric and water utilities has demanded standby service r ot the power company while steam pipes are being changed at the municipal plant. William Large, manager of the private utility, announced that emergency service would be supplied for city properties but not private consumers. : ACCUSED YOUTH. Continued from Page 1. | to Mies Fenuaon'i home in West Fifteenth street, close to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, j He admitted -hefhstt a Revolver with him at the time. ! |*t.«ut'.ic>. «er; home .atkfk ' EKix-smixm. ,Mrs. Emma Small and granddaughter Cleo Small visited last week with the former's daughter Mrs. Mark Geigcr and family and attended the commencement exercise of Franklin school. Mrs. Gelger's daughter Rebecca was a member of the senior class. Joe Roe and family entertained the following, guests Sunday, Nile Butler and family, Arthur Hurst and family, Mrs. John Burkheacl, all of Decatur, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Noble Commert and Mrs. Orpha Biirkhead of Monroeville. Albert Munick and daughter Helen of Ft. Wayne. Mrs. Orpha Burkhead mother of Mrs. Roe who has been her guest for about three weeks returned to her home in Monroeville. JMrs. Emma Lockridge, Irene Wright and Everett Klrby attended baccalaureate exercises at Taylor university Sunday morning. Mrs. Lockrldge's daughter, Crystal, is a member of the senior class. JMrs. Retta Small and family had as their Decoration Day dinner guests Mrs. Frank Edgerle of Frankfort and John Hollo way aid family of Tjpton., .., j ... " famjjy >:of V iisdert*u>k -'' ' ±L ' fcartwrtsht and """ """ WINDFALL. Miss Donna Forney of Hartford; City, spent Sunday and Monday jwith her sister Mrs. K. B. Trimble and husband. Monday she left for a visit with friends at Philadelphia. Misses Nellie Thallkill of Hunt- ingtbn and Gertie Martin of Swayzee were the Wednesday dinner guests or Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Edwards and in 1 the afternoon the ladies went to Kokomo to visit W. |P. Kelley who is recovering from a major operation at the Good Samaritan hospital. Mrs.' Lettie Wade, registered nurse, was: dismissed from the case Tuesday and returned to her home at Windfall. Mrs. Maude Fields has returned from Fort Wayne where she i was under treatment for a cancer. Tuesday was the third birthday of little Bruce Leisure, son of Mr. and' Mrs. Walter Leisure. Betty Jane, Florence Ellen and Phyllis Hiatt of Elwood spent the day with Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Edwards and Rev. G. W. Winfrey attended a banquet of the Tipton county funeral directors that was held at the Methodist shurch in Kemptoh Tuesday evening. Rev. G. W. Winfrey was the speaker of the evening. GOLDSMITH. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Aldridge entertained Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hipe of South Bend at their home Saturday night. Sunday all were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Michel and family! in the Hopowell community. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Don Tanl;- ersley a#d daughter Donna of Frankfort were guests at the Aid- ridge home. Dr. Charles Goar of Indianapolis jand son Churchill Goar of New York City were here Sunday calling on old friends and visiting various cemeteries of the couti- tyiwhere relatives and friends are resting. Dr. Goar is a former Goldsmith physician having practiced here a. number of years prior to moving to Indianapolis. Mrs. Vess Wilson left the latter part of the week for Jennings county where she will visit for several days with relatives. SHiss Jennie Helen Foutch w!io has spent the past two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoover near Hqbbs, returned here Saturday to the home of her father Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Foutch. jThe Normanda children's day exercises given Sunday at the Normanda church was well attended. Their free Vfll offering reached the $50 mark. • Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Vanbib- bqr and son Billie and Mrs. Zola Stiroup visited relatives in Indianapolis Sunday. Mrs. Stroup went to spend the week at the city but was called back to take •charge of a case at Upland, she being a practical nurse. : Mr. and Mrs. Huffman of Flora, parents of Rev. Don Huffman, pastor of the Normanda Christian cljurch were entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mitchell in the Normanda community. i Mary Margaret Tyner who is a student at Purdue university returned here to the home of her mother Mrs. Nellie B. Tyaer to spend her summer vacation.. The girls' 4-H- club held their third meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Musa Foster insjead of their regular meeting day which was Thursday, this being Decoration Day. The meet- Ing was presided over by the president Miss Jane Tyner. All members were present except three. Club songs and yells were used and after the meeting various games were enjoyed. The next meeting will be June 13 at the home of Mrs. Nellie B. Tynei;. The cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Findling at Bruce lake was the spot for a lovely picnic Sunday of a group of Goldsmita folks and frineds from Peru. Those enjoying the happy affair were Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Vandevender and granddaughter Alice Teter, Mr. and -Mrs. Curtis Vandevender and son Wyatt Curtis, Virginia Myers, Estel Kelley, Mrs. Musa Foster, A. H. Hinkle, all of the Goldsmith community, Mr. and Mrs. Hanson and grandson Marvin Burkhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Woods and George Osborn of Peru and Mr. and Mrs. Featherston of Terre Haute. A pitchin .dinner was served at the noon -hour and a splendid day was enjoyed at the lake. Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Smith and daughter Mrs. Frank Meister and daughter Charlotte Jean returned Monday from Pittsburgh, . Pa., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shields and family, another daughter of Mr. Smith. Mrs. Shields and son Charles Bruce returned with them for a visit here with relatives. She was formerly Miss Cleo Esther Smith. CURTIS VILLE. Indo-Vin Quickly j Stopped j Long Suffering of In- j diana Man. iMr. Charles J. Weber, of 617 E. Jefferson Blvd., South Bend, Ind, says: "I had rheumatism all oyer me, in my hips and legs and even in the back,, of my neck, andj it; just seemed like my WHOLE SYSTEM was pql- sdned and full of thl-s rheumatic affliction. I got Indo-Vin and will j>m. CHARLES that here is j. WEBEI». a REAL and , GENUINE medicine for a person to take. I started to take it tor rheumatism and It has j eliminated aft the poisons from my system F. . T ••< «„* i_t_.J..«M>itMm'Atnar .&<• that. r _sar^ hid ; been-aL^ _ ._.. iMianditUeJotnts'-of^ _-.-^. * i . .!... . .-.T^l*. ..- __-.» t||p Mrs. Jane Linn of Summitville, Harold Bagley of near Elwood. Charles Robinson and family and Floyd Robinson and family of Elwood were Wednesday evening guests of Raymond Robinson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Morris of Indianapolis spent Thursday with William Haines and wife. William Jones and family of Marion visited here Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. William Jones. Kenneth Holt and family uf Fountain City, Leroy Holt, Columbus Caldwell of Indianapolis and Earl Gregg and family and Mrs. Lottie Harney were Thursday guests of Ralph Harney and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman of Rivcrwood visited here Thursday with M. C. Marshall and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Caldwell of Arcadia, Clarence Mines and family of near Windfall and Mrs. Ollio Thomas spent Thursday with Merrill Thomas and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wright Harper and William Caldwell of Elwood spent Thursday with Mrs. Peach Henderson and son Ralph. William Riley and' family of Indianapolis spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Casper Riley and wife. Elmer Hook and family of Elwood spent Thursday with Walter Hook and family. Mrs. Pansy Leavell and family and Mrs. Dova Pickering of Anderson visited here a few days with Mrs. Geneva Cook and other relatives. ~~ Mrs. Iva Bowman, Mrs. Vesta Meyer and daughter Jackie of Muncie, Garr Bowman and family of Lakeville, and Ray Bowman and wife of Bremen were' Thursday dinner guests of Clyde Kinder and family. Mrs.- Lillian Goodwin and Mary Bushey of Elwood and Mrs. Mary Goodwin and sons of Pontiac, Mich., were 'Thursday guests of Peter Parr and family. Luke Jones and family of Anderson were Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Jones. Walter Hook and family visited at Alexandria Sunday with Elmer Decker and family. Elmer Whitmore and family of Noblesville were Sunday guests of M. C. Marshall and family. ' Commodore Goodwin and family of Por;lac, Mich., visited Sunday afternoon with Peter Parr and family. Mr, and Mrs. Frederick Fernung and Merl. Brown spent the week end at Fordson Switch witn John .Gladden and family. • Maury Avery of Gary spent the week end here with his mother Mrs. Mollle Avery. Mrs. Irena Land. "Other guests Sunday were Howard' Foleyj of Alexandria and Obld Tyner' of Elwood. Mrs. Josephine Frazee, Mrs.' Nolia Armstrong and son Frank, and Ray Mitchell and family of Tipton were Sunday guests of Mrs. Delia Sutton and family. John Alley and family visited at Greentown Sunday afternoon with Charles Jarvis and wife. Dorothy Heathcote of Greeu- wood spent the week here with her slster~~Gerald Leavell and family. Maxine Hall spent the week end at Hammond with her roommate Marguerite Jasnowki. Miss Jasnowki and .Miss Hall returned here Sunday evening and spent the night with J. O. Hall and wife and returned to Ball State college at Muricle. Roma ' Lewellen and family spent the week end at Selma, Ohio, with. John Weismiller and family. • Waneta and Winona Weismiller entertained the .Curtisville 4-H clulTgirls at their home Monday with a good attendance. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be with Ruby Phieffer. Jack Weismiller, 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Weismiller of the Curtisville community had the misfortune to fall Monday noon from a tree while chasing a cat and broke his left, arm below the elbow. The limb he was hanging on broke, dropping the lad to the ground. This Is the second break of the same arm. The little' one was taken to Elwood and the bone was set. Monday evening he was quite restless, suffering much pain. Notice State of Indiana!, I , . County of TUto»,|wr-:' ! '•-' In the matter of Ute vey Gross, 'Deep C. Tyner, admlnistra! estate of Hairvey C ceased, vs. Jacob Gross, In the Tipton Circuit Court. 641. I :| ' - "~ Be it remembered that 22nd day of April, 1935. 1 C. Tyner, administrator of- late of Harvey Gross, deceased, his attorneys, Alfred "W. Bo Xotice of Insolvency. In the matter of the estate of David S. Phares, deceased. Tipton Circuit Court, No. 48S. Notice is hereby given that upon petition filed in said court by the administrator of said estate, setting up the insufficiency of the estate of said decedent to pay the debts and liabilities thereof, the Judge of said court did, on the 6th day of June, 1935, find said estate to be probably insolvent, and order the same to be settled accordingly. The creditors of said estate are therefore hereby notified of such insolvency and required to file their claims against said estate for allowance on or before the 29th day of June, 1935. Witness the clerk and seal of said court, at Tipton, Indiana;, this 6th day of June, A. D. 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, : 211-217- Clerk. »«» 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 William H. Myerly, late Of Tipton County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent.' LENNIE MYERLY, May IS, 1935. Administratrix. KEMP & KEMP, Attorneys. , 193-99-205-11 INVITING Roy Brush, 307, Colombia Ave. As a guest of The Tipton Dally Tribune at the New Rita Theatre to witness "BLACK FURY" Explanation: This, invitation la 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 Rltz door the same as two regular admission tickets. M and Culver & P, iiikeringV .1 te „, the office of the!clerk of tie, Ili£ ton Circuit Court, a petit tap to£ sell real estate belonging Ijo decedent for the purpose.o£ ing assets to pay the debts of Wild' estate; and on {the 16&" da May, 1935, filedlanj affidavit. competent person that tie' 1 *" dants Japob Gross; Leota up; Oscar Gross; Amandal V.I Grotts, Cleo.I. G. Ward;.Hany 0.1 Gross; Emma Gtoss Trimble- Pan, W. Trimble; Mjiry Gross fee mi Bertha Gross JaVrett; Ethel 1»13? mire; Choley Norria; Vilnii IJirk- patrick; Thomas L. Gross; (.tetu Gross; Frank: Gross; ;Einjma,- Puckett; Julia "Ann Fleming; gil'Fleming; Trjueman nos Gross; Martin Francla<Ji _„. Albert Harvey! i Gross; Mutin' Gross; Ruth Colwell; Mary <flilfcj erine HHe; Mandy .Heatm; i Thomas Hite; Charles Hite; Joecy Hallway; Hester Paul; MSorruf Gross; Albert; Gross; Thpinaa / Gross; Benton • Gross; Cordelia' Gross; Emily White; FredlWJi te: Sarah Jane Pool; Maryj ftosi Leggitt;. and the unknown* AC Irai ^ devisees, legatees, administrat )r», _?executors and assigns of the jfol-T lowing named deceased ' peivim^ -^ to-wit: Jacob GrOss; Oscar Grower . Emma Gross Trimble; Mary >ro«8;;. Myers; Bertha Gross Jarrett; l!th-: el Waymire; Chojey Norrisf; VILma T Kirkpatrick; Ttomas U j 0rws;.;> Emma Puckett; Julia Ann FlBat- ing; Virgil Fleming; Enos <Jr^)S«;i Martin Gross; j Mary Catletiqe Hite; Thomas Kite; Hester PuttJB,. Morris Gross; fimlly White;Hajf-? ah Jane Pool; land Mary (StuB,,* Leggitt, are each non-resident l OJt'J the State of Inidiana. I - i'"i Notice is thesefore hereby (given.-; that unless said above named defendants be and appear in tha Tipton Circuit; Court, before thje ; % Judge thereof, |on the 8th car ql" July, 1935, at the court boost, fja the City of Tipton, and aiawer^ or demur to saJd petition, th it thje same will be beard and d«ter- mined in their 1 , absence. I \ In witness whereof I have: fcer. unto set any hand and affixed the' s.eal of said court, at the City fjf ~ Tipton, Indiana, this 16th dajr May, A. D. 19&E. i I | RAYMOND W, SIMPSON. | ^ Clerk Tipton .Circuit Ccittritii A. W. BOLTON, j II i'1 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postofflce, Tipton, lod. Ramsay & O'Banion, Props. Established Oct. «. IMS. Subscription Rates. One year. In state •••* 3 -?S Six months. In state 2.00 Three months. 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