BOTH «r\9P TO. Keep -FWW charge of Mrs. Albert Land. Th near Fortyflle; Lem ^ /WeKhel and wife ot NobleBTlUe, Raymond turdlvant and daughter Mary Francis and Mrs. Lizzie Redmon^ e Thursday dinner guests or Jrs. -Ella Stnrdivant. Notice to Taxpayers. The Tipton county board of review has set apart the days lilted below for hearing personal complaints of taxpayers: Monday, June 17, Prairie township; Tuesday, June 18/J efferB °V'T^rty Wednesday, June 19, " be "f township; Thursday, June 20. Wildcat township; Friday and Saturday, June 21 and 22, Madison and Cicero townships; Monday, June 24, city of Tipton. Any person assessed who has a complaint to make should appear before the board on the date assigned h . iaoopenv Ground: Phones 271 and , IjH APPLETON • Lawyers J! j~| 18 J4 Com* St TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED FOE SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Pimento plants, 5c dozen. B. C. Chambers. c-tf § HEAL BARGAIN—80 acres near Sheridan. Foster & Purvis. c-213 FOR SALE—Seed potatoes.' : Paul Schulenburg. Phone 8X8. p-214 ; FOR SALE—Elmer Green property, corner Washington and Conde streets; real snap for quick buyer. Foster & Purvis. . c-213 FOR SALE — 120 acres, Grant county, 5-room house, barn, hog house, tool shed and gran- ar y, stock scales; six acres timber- $61 per acre, 20% cash, balance terms. BOX 53, Greenfield, ind. FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Shetland-pony, spot- te4- T. F. Hancock. p-214 WANTED WANTED — You to know that Dutox is best for bean beetles at Rexall Drug Store. - c-tf WANTED — Housework or rea taurant work. Phone 4101. c-21 WANTED — Paper hanging; rea eonable. Coyner. Phone 1270 c-21 FOR SALE—Arsenate of lead for bugs, 17c lb., at. Rexall Drug WANTED — Housework or res 534 North Eas taurant work. street. FOR RENT FOR RENT—Pasture. Phone 4X3. c-213 Store. c-tf: » * FOR SALE—One gas stove, $5; 1ce boxes dollar and up. Line• backs. *- 213 FOR SALE 75,000 Greater Baltimore tomato plants. Phone 20X2. p ' 2 * 5 FOR -SALE—Dining room table, 6 upholstered chairs, period furniture. Mrs. W. G. Cross, —- 'TZS"TT. Weal. " ~ "~~"" t*Q FOR RENT — Modern furnished in. Phone c-214 apartment, close 3374 or 18. Group of 500 Men Prepare Federal Project in Alaska. (By United Press). San Francisco, June 8.—Five hundred men recruited from the Federal transient camps of Cali- ornia form the backbone of the ederal colonization' of the Man- tuska Valley of Alaska. Homeless themselves, they are building the homes in which 200 families from the midwest will be housed before November in a valley rimmed by snowclad peaks and lighted by a sun which shines almost 24 hours a day at the beginning of summer and not at all in the winter. 'The construction corps is a group apart. The colonists avoid contacts with the men, Alaska's Chamber of Commerce protested their coming, fear their continued presence. Misunderstood and maligned they are held together by a single desire—the desire to work. The erect little man -who wears the chinstrap of his army campaign had along the line of his AIT TO Emperor of Abyssinia Narrowly Escaped Death on : Royal Train. IS HEAVILY GUARDED Approximately 40 Per Cent Indiana (Farms Affected. of Indiajiapolis Ind., June 8.— Approximately 40 percent of Indiana farm land is damaged some eitent by soil erosion', cording to a survey of the to ac- soil . meeting opened with a song and prayer was offered by Rev. G. W. Winfrey. During the business session 1 a report from the convention was given by Mrs; Glass. The election of officers, resulted as follows: Mrs. Albert Land, presi- Wm. Davis, vice Tipton, Indiana, June 7, 1935. Auditor Tipton County TITLE GU ABSTRACT Farmers Loan & Phone 296. C?. lows: dent; Mrs. Mrs. 213-215 conservation service of the U. S. department of agriculture, made concentrated rain water have affected more than 36 percent of the state and have caused severe damage to acres, the survey public here today. Gullies cut by 2,600,0;00 showed:. Sleet erosion' was reported on more than 9,000,000 acres. Wind (By United Press). erosiori affected nearly 650,000 Milap, Italy, June S. — T: | e i acreSr e sselltially dcst roying more emperor of Abyssinia narrowly j ^^ ^^ ^^ fQr tmag(j pur . to escaped death in an attempt wreck the imperial train near Af- den, the Corriere de la Sera reported ! today. poses, jaccording to the report. H. H. Bennett, chief of the conservation service, pointed out, however that the figures repre- The ; newspaper said that Em- i gent a? approx j ma ti 0 n of general- prevalent conditions and do .... r , „„.. constitute an exact picture of Jibutis-Addis Abeb.a line when the attempt was made. peror Haile Selassi I was. on the ]y imperial train en route along the ^ o FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as *3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t' FOR RENT — Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 236 S. West St. Phone 4241. c-213 lower lip is Allan Perkins, as -| prince i re gent in 191G and ascend- sistant chief of the corps. Trained ---in engineering at the University of Illinois, Perkins served in the I any particular locality. j ' Wiiid erosion 1 was found most Haile Selassie is 44. He became j ]y jn y ie northern and northwest- of the state on the sand- president; Mrs. John Shockney, secretary; Dorothy Morton, assistant secretary; Mrs. S. S. Edwards, treasurer. Mrs. Will Davis had charge of the devotional period and a number of sentence prayers were offered. Mrs. Walter Jordan and daughter Ruth entertained with a vocal duet. Read- ngs were given by Mrs. Winfrey, Dorothy Morton, Rosemary and Ruth Jordan and Mrs. John Shockney. Guests were Mrs. Wm. Freeking of Cincinnati. Miss Mildred Teter of Sheridan and Rev. Winfrey. Delectable refreshments were served by the hostess. Miss Elleff McNew was hostess to the E-Z-Aces Bridge club at her home Wednesday evening. First prize was awarded to Mrs. Mark Patterson, second to Kathryn Wright, consolation, Mrs. Sherman Bolinger; guest prize to Legal Notice of Public Hearing. Notice is hereby given that the Local Alcoholic Beverage Board of Tipton County, Indiana, will, at 9 a m. on the 24th day of June, 1935 at the commissioners' court room, court house, in the city of Tipton. In said county, begin investigation of the applications of the following named persons, requesting the issue to the apppli- cants at the locations hereinafter set out. of the Alcoholic Beverage Permits of the classes hereinafter designated, and will, at said-time and place, receive in formation concerning the fitness of said applicants, and the propri ety of issuing the permits applied for to such applicants at the premises named: Mrs Mary Woods (Woods Cafe Railroad street, Kempton, beer re ta carl Stieglitz. West Elwood, beer retailer. Lewis Speckbaugh, 122 E. Jefferson St., Tipton. liquor dealer. CULVER & PI Attorneys and J Office Phone Residen S . A. H. D. John P. Kemp Chasl A. Koqp KEMP & KjEMPr i Attorneys-Ob LOT! ; [ Citizens National Sink BUgj. Phone 29. . FOR SALE — Registered Shorthorn male, yearling. Oscar Manlove, Tiptou. Phone Ekin. . P-213 FOR RENT — Furnished 2-room Apartment, centrally located. Mendenhall's Studio. c-tf MISCELLANEOUS .J FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the .cheapest for farmer or poultry man; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tl MEN, WOMEN—Age 18-50, good health; qualify now for government work;'salary $106 per month and up; write Civil Employees Training about examinations, Box 4, this paper. army engineering corps, supervised many construction projects. Uprooted by the depression he drifted to California where he met Frank U. Bliss, a former sales engineer for the General Electric Company and now superintendent of construction in the Mantuska. Bliss made Perkins a labor foreman in the transient camp at San Luis Obisop, Cal. queen i of Sheba. The emperor recently has be- FOR SALE — 6-year-old horse, 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 33X8. c-tf p-213 MONEY TO LOAN FOR SALE—Good work horse; 2- year-old mare; 2 Farmalls, 1020; . cultipacker; cultivators; good used binders, 7-ft. and Sift. 9Ut; manure spreaders and SEE 'US for new plan ot farm loans; 5, 10', 15 payment plan; . and low 20-year interest rate.- .Fielding & Fielding, c-tf mowers. Hull Bros.. c-213 . Major Operation. Mrs. Alfred Cox ot this city was reported to be getting along very nicely following a major operation Saturday morning in' Tip- One night two cliques of the men sheltered in the camp began fighting. Bliss went into the room s to quiet them. When he finished exhorting the men, he turned. At his side was Perkins, waiting to throw his 140 pounds into the defense of his chief should trouble develop. Perkins has been at Bliss's side ever since. E. F. Sedille is another assistant supervisor. In former years he designed bank buildings in Detroit, built houses in Philadelphia. An accomplished architest, he is one of the hardest working men' in the construction camp corps. ed the!throne as emperor in 1903, icr soi] types . being crowned November 2. Tho sheet erosion in the northern royal family traces its line far : i la ]£ was found to'be confined to back into Biblical history, sup-1 morc ro iiing lands, usually along posedly being descended from tho j stream courses or slopes of glacial moraines. .„„ - , A few small areas in Porter and come an important figure in inter- > Huntington counties, • totalling: national .affairs because of the ; about j 40,000 acres, were found to threatened warfare between thii, be severe ]y gullied by sheet ero- African empire and Italy, grow-' - .. . ._ .,._ . ing out of a frontier dispute. The controversy has led to i sou Uiern half of the state, with several clashes along the border, j a longer period of cultivation and The newspaper said the cmper- j the practice of utilizing steep sion, according to the report Ruling topography of the Miss Charlotte Middleton'. refreshments were served by the hostess. Favors were roses. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sciidder attended a banker's convention at Indianapolis Wednesday evening. They also attended the banquet at the Claypool Hotel. The June meeting of Class No. 10. of the M. E.'Bible school was held Thursday afternoon at the home of the teacher", Mrs. B. V. Chance. The devotional period was in charge of Mrs. Phi Scud- dor. A brief business session was conducted by Mrs. Chance after- which a delicious luncheon was served. DR. V. H. COOPER Veterinarian i Phones: Office, 188; Bes^ence 11« ton. 2* FOR SALE — Advance-Rumley separator, 22-inch cylinder, iu good condition; will sell at a bargain. Rix Haskett. Phone 32X5. c-213 JUNE HATCHES —.Each Tues. Large type White tCKhorns J6.95 per 100; 16.75 in 600 lots: $6.50 In 1;000 lots. Heavys 17.45 per 100: S7.J5 Jn 500 lots: »7 In 1.000 lots. Light Brahamas 18.45. Heavy Mixed *7. Afld lo per chick extra when lots of 50 arc.shlp- pea- 2c whon 23. Chicks started 2 and S wh». as special .orders. Order in advance for date.'.breed and immber. BJdsV summer chicks-they win mean real profit for table use this fall. She has not been in the best health for some time and it is thought the operation will clear up her trouble. scorted by troops with rifles and machine guns. Thb engineer, a Frenchman, toticed a large gathering of u Dankali tribe near the track anil whistled an alarm. The imperial iscort rushed forward, hut thy ribe—estimated at 2,000—had fled, ;the report said. Back From Chicago. Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Burkhardt returned home Friday evening from Chicago, where the former attended a meeting of former in- ternes of the Wesley Memorial hospital In Chicago. Dr. Burkhardt met a number of former classmates, and enjoyed the trip very much. MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE NEW AND USED. WASHERS Used Ga» Engine For Demonstration Call 88 SERVICE MOTOR CO. iiit* iiu vi O^MJH-* .j«..v. ....- —i -- — , -- — served r-was en route to his capital j slopes for clean-tilled crops, was i talentod group o£ colored en- i _ . .. • TT I .,:l-J ...ill. 1.: n .. dinnf 1 n rl v«is,,ii-w« o i fter !a tour of inspection in Harar province. His train was dc- cribed-as heavily guarded and here.: credited with making sheet and gully: erosion particularly active Moderate sheet erosion was reported in the southwestern quar- tern WINDFALL. Little lierdonna Jean Carroll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carroll of Charleston, 111., is a The newspaper reported that relative guest of Mrs. Donna he troops discovered that tribes- Bailey and Mrs. Nancy Crum. The tertainers from Marion will present a spiritual drama in song at the Hazel Dell Friends church next Tuesday evening June llth at S o'clock. This presentation by this talented group never fails to attract a large audience and a large crowd is anticipated. The public is extended a cordial invitation to attend. A free will offering will be taken. rsuu 'iji.., A.H*«~' —i -con Loyal Order of Moose No. 15»U, E. .Jefferson St., Tipton, beer re- taller • Said investigation will be open to the .public, and public partici- M!C°OHOI J IC IU BEVERAGE COMMISSION .OF INDIANA, By R. A. SHIRLEY, Secretary PAUL P. FRY, 9-13-219 Excise Administrator; Notice to Non-Residents. State of Indiana, County of Tipton; ss: Benjamin F. Leavell, et al, vs. Herschell L. Lawspn. Lillian tawson. Tipton Circuit Court, 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 CLARK & MINER GO. Abstracts InstnraaM Real Estate Farm Loans 108 W, Jefferson St. Phone 6 i •* i See the New,Leonard Electric Refrigecatons E. J. SCHRADER & GG EKIX-SHELOK. 11BU clliU. \*t**v<» «-v» -»-— rf 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 16th day of September, 1935, to answer or demur to said complaint, the same will be heard and determined in their absence. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and the seal ot this court this 1st day of June, 1935 RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (Seal) Clerk of Said Court. ' ; c-2 07-13-19-2 5 I , ' [ 11«-11S Soatto BtoL men had removed a broken stone | brother James is visiting his :com the road bed and started to ! grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Grov- Even the rank and file—the carpenters, the mechanics, the tractor operators, the pick and shovel men—have stories which challenge the pen of a fiction writer. Bliss and Perkins personal!} picked their corps from $15,001 applicants. It is a matter of grea pride to the BOO that they wer selected from this large group. It hurt this same pride a lo when Alaskans protested they were "riff raff" and feared that when the Matanuska job is finished the transients would remain Iff Alaska to glut the already overcrowded market for common labor. Federal authorities took one precaution to insure their departure from Alaska when the job Bobby: "Say, Dad, can i ask a ^ done None o j toem w m be paid question?" 1 off until they reach Seattle. In •Dad: "I suppose so; let's have the meantime they will be given It." j *2 "a week spendtn'g money, and Bobby: "Where is the wind, they will have difficulty spending when It don't blow?" -A woman's magazine .«sys that! ''the new dreases, which,are rather,scant, fit the need." Yet, ttoey. fit the knock-kneed, anyway. , 'Triton*-.Want Ads Pay. i unfasten the rails. er Massey in Indianapolis. Capture of the would-be wreck- j The Woman's Missionary soci- ers was ordered at all costs, the correspondent said. ety ot the Christian church was entertained Thursday afternoon at tiie country home of Mrs. Will Tribune Want Ads Get Results, | Butner. The meeting was In 9:30 a. M. E. m. Sunday school at —and the Worst is Yet to Come THE DAILY WHEEZE that in a valley where there are no entertainment facilities and where the pnly business enterprise Is a general store which nan- dies only foodstuff, candy and tobacco. The construction corps' Is quartered In A tent two miles from the colonitU camp. They have .their Shiloh Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Bernard Beam and family and Al Beam and family were Sunday dinner guests of Walter Beam and family of Elwood. Mrs. Belle Small and daughter Dolores entertained at Sunday dinner Paul Small and family of Danville, Illinois, Mrs. Opal Cox and daughter Millie of Lafayette, Everett Small and' wife, John Samuels and wife of near Atlanta, Edwin Park of Indianapolis and Joheas Smiley and family of near Atlanta. Marigrace Phillips returned to her home Saturday evening after I spending the past week with her brother Buryl Phillips and wife of Muncie. Minton Mossberg and family Xif Sheridan spent Wednesday with the former's son Wilbur Mossberg and family. Mrs. Godfred Dell and-sons, pf Sheridan and Mrs. Joan: Small visited the former's sister Mrs. Agnes Small at the Tipton county infirmary 'Wednesday.:' after* noon. Everett Kirby and wltei Mrs. Emma Lockridgo and Bill Rector and wife attended'commencement exercises -'at Taylor university Tuesday morning. Crystal. Lockridge 'la a member o f thelgradn- LEATHERMAN FUNERAL' HOME Ambulance'Service Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate on Decree. Notice is hereby given that by virtue and authority of an execution and decree attached to me directed 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, is paintiff, .and Clifford C. Boys and Eva Boys are defendants the same being Cause >fo. 2609^ in said Tipton circuit Court, requiring me ta make the sum of $469.18, with interest, costs, and 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 1 o'clock p. m., at the north door of-the-court house in the city of Tipton, Indiana, the . rents and .•profits for a time not exceeding seven years, by the year, of.the following described real estate in Tipton County,. Indiana, to-wit: liot number three (3) in block number three (3) In Klmberlin & Webb's' East Addition to ; the town, now city of Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana. If such rents and profits will dot sell for a sum sufficient to pay irid satisfy said' execution aind lecree, interest, costs and accrnr ing costs, I will at the same Hme ind place expose at-public sale the tee Simple of said real estate or so much -thereof as may be neces- wry to discharge" said execution and-decree, Interest; costs and accruing cos)s. Said sale shall be made with- jut any reJlef r vhftteTer-ftMto val- Furnace Owla Warte, - Beptoce Yoari Oofi VMh GAS WATEB. HE Public ServiWlOo. Of 1 BREAD 1%-lb.loaf KBOGEE BAKING €0. I r ' Comforts, SMITBOITS &DEY Phowi SM— YOUNG Suta-iad 106 - '• -i pwliB-**«**"" f \j rf H 'i Delor*s;0rr sjwnt, tnom rWed- \ ne'eday ^antil .Sunday -withTAher 1 * *^ J v ) * «:r ** >»•-! *"
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