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~ V" IUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Good Tipton county 80 acres; electricity; or trade lor 40. L. W. Fuller. c-217 FOR SALE—Good 7-ft. Deerlng binder, good canvas, price $45. D. M. Smith. Phone Goldsmith. P-217 FOR SALE—120-acre farm, 10 miles south of Huntington, Ind., 6 miles of Warren; good level land; good buildings. O. N. Lefler, administrator, Route 1, Warren, Hid. Majenica Phone. p-218 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—C-melody saxaphone. Hal Bridge. c-tf FOR SALE — 3-piece overstuffed suite, $50.00. Mrs. Floyd Ramsay,. FOR SALE—Arsenate of lead for bites, 17c lb., at Rexall Drug Store. • ' c " l£ FOR SALK—Royal portable typewriter, in excellent condition; price $25. Tribune Press. 21'J • FOR SAtra — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest for farmer or poultry man; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR SALE—Two good used two- row- corn plows. Phone 157». Hubbs Grain Co. c-21C FOK SALE Baltimore tomato plants; extra line, from tested seed; can purchase through canning factories; $1.75 a thousand. Emery Hood, north of Atlanta. ' r-21l» FOR.SALE—Good used ice boxes, all sizes, 50 to 150 Ibs. Phono L"J7. H. J. Schrader & Co. c-219 REPOSSESSED refrigerator can be had for balance due; if interested, answer Jlox 102, this paper. c-216 FOR SALE—Cheap, 192S Graham truck, 1 ••», tons. Leavell & Hates, Tipton. c-210 FOR SALE — 6-year-old horse, Fordson tractor and Oliver 12- inch tractor plow; 2 I. H. C. rotary boea; 9-in. Letz burr fe mill; 7-ft. Osbornc binder. Butz Implement Store. Phone 33XS c-tt J-ii: !•'al ]I'.o jf:-ri: ii.vrrrncs — E.-n.-h Tucs. Lurxe type White Li-eliorns SG.M i>er 100 sr,.~~> in r,"<» lots; 5i*.:iO ir .lino lots. Tlenvys $7.4T> per V>: S7.2.". in Mil lois: 57 in ."'in lots. I.isht r.raham.i* vy Mixi-d S7. Add Ic per i"u'lnn lots of 50 are shi n '^~i. Chicks started Its. :LS si».-cial onl'T*. Order in n- •• lor ilali-. lin-i-'l and number - .-iimnuT rlii'-ks—they will mean lirolit tor table use this fall. ii-r ]l:iti-lii-ry. MlHiicantown. 3nd FOR SA1.E—Good work horse and seven head of ewes. jDdlver Hoover. P-218 FOR SALE — Tomato plants, $1.50 per 1,000. Robert Kendall, 301 Maple '.street. p-218 FOR SALE—Single bed, springs mattress and small size feather bed. Phone 3474. Mrs. Will Simmonds. c FOR SALE—Summer hats; sale starts Thursday. Roode Hat Shoppe. P-2 PIANO — Exceptional bargain, small size, repossessed in this vicinity; low terms to responsible parties as I do not want to ship to factory; write Mr T. M. Riddick, state represen tative, Washington Hotel, Indianapolis. Ind. p-21S WANTED WANTED — You to know that Dutox is best for bean beetles, at Rexall Drug Store. c-tf NAZAKENB REVIVAL. Large Crowd Was Present for Tuesday Night's Service. A large crowd was present at the Nazarene' revival Tuesday night. All available space In the church was filled with extra chairs and every seat was taken. A number of people were seated on the porch. The Knippers Brothers and Parker trio were present and sang several numbers. The audience was highly pleased. "The Grand Old Story of the Cross" was one of the songs by the trio. It is their latest recording for the "Champion" phonograph records. A new arrangement of "Happy Day" was also beautifully sung. Rev. Gail Shaffer, evangelist, preached on' the subject, "What Shall I Do With Christ?" His message was excellent. When the' altar invitation was given several persons responded and accepted Christ as their Savior. There will be service tonight and each night this week at 7:30. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Knippers will probably be present tonight to conduct the song service. They will sing again Friday night. WANTED—Sheep shearing, 15c: inquire at Bearnan Garage, Sharpsville. p-216 PERSONAL STOMACH ULCER, gas pains, in digestion victims, why suffer? . For quick relief get a free sain pie of Udga, a doctor's prescrip tion at Lewis Speckbaugh's. p-T-W-T.21' FOR RENT FOR RENT—Four-room house, i: good repair. Phone 2426. C-2J.G FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week . Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t' FOR RENT — Furnished 2-roon apartment, centrally located Mendenhall's Studio. c-tl MONEY TO LOAN SEE US for new plan of farn loans; 5, 10, 15 • and 20-yeai payment plan; low interest rate. Fielding & Fielding, c-t KIDNAPING CASE. .Missing Man in AWyerliacuspr Crime Closely Followed. DONT keep your OLD CAR too long... • It get* costly b} run and it IOMS trade-in value. TRADE IT IN eOK A BETTER USED CAR • Ford Dealers have lat* 1933 and 1934 models at bargain prices. Many makes. Liberal guarantee. Eaqr terms. Ford Dealer* Have the Best Used Cars -r, v >S2jfes 4 '•F < I t j- To Bass Lake. ]^r. and Mrs. C. C. Bryan of this jetty will motor to Bass Lake Sunday to ivislt for a few days with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Graf, who have leased "The Twins" cottage there for the summer. Mr. Graf is employed with the Nickel Plate railroad, and has been transferred from Chicago to Knox,'In'd., which is located near Bass Lake. STOPPED GIVING RUM. Dr. Da foe Says Temperance People Halted Treatment. Atlantic City, N. J., June 12.— Dr. Allan Roy Dafoe yesterday told how he had to quit givin:; rum. to the famous Dionnc quintuplets because of the outcry of temperance organizations. "One week after they were born," Dafoe said at the American Medical Association convention, "all five weighed less than ten pounds. They were seven-month babies. We kept them in incubators the first few months and for a while gave them rum. but tht- temperance organizations all raised the devil about that. They said we were making them drunkards." • •» MACHINERY ARRIVES. For Sale or Trade Model AA !Pord Truck Reo Truck Truck 'AA Ford Track, dual ls These trucks are all | equipped with cabs and t&nato trucks. (Rv Unltcil Tress). Butte, Mont., June 12. — Stil convinced that William Mahan one of the kidnapers of 9-ycar-old George Weyerhaeuser, is in the vicinity of Butte, police and an augmented force of federal agents pressed a widespread hunt today. Only iMahan's arrest prevents a complete cleanup of the crime, the agents said. He is believed to have $89,4-15 of the $200,000 J. P. Weyerhaeuser paid for the release of his son. The remainder either has been recovered or accounted for in the confession of Harmon Waley, his accomplice in custody in Salt Lake City. K. A. Readerick, head of department of justice agents here, and Chief of Police Jere Murphy both denied rumors that Mahan already was in custody. The senior agent of federal officers at Tacoma. Wash., home of the millionaire Weyerhaeusers, confirmed their denials. Activity of officers here and in the Dillon- Anaconda areas apparently was unabated. «• • Have Not Operated. M. G. Nicholson 1 who has been at Gary at the bedside of his wife who is in a Gary hospital returned home Monday night. Mrs. Nicholson is under treatment and observation and is being prepared for an operation' which will likely be performed within the next two weeks. Steam Shovel Milking Quick AVorU of Removing Debris from Site. Wednesday morning a steam shovel started operations on the site of the new postoffice and many tons of debris were removed during the day. It was believed the site would be cleared ready for excavation by Thursday evening if weather conditions did not interfere. Wednesday an outfit for excavating for the foundations and basement of the new building reached Tipton, it being a machine with scoops fastened to a heavy belt which loads trucks a.-s it digs. The outfit is mounted on a caterpillar tractor and has great power. WITHOUT DRIVERS LICENSE. Richard Janes of Indianapolis Taken in Custody. MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE NEW AND USED WASHERS Used Gas Engine For Demonstration Gall 88 SERVICE MOTOR CO. Used Car 'SI Richard Janes of i2470 North Pennsylvania stretet. In'dianapo- lis was arrested Tuesday night by Night Officer Whitcome who to Bunches had been called Lunches, where Janes had stopped. The man had been in' an accident near Elwood, but inquiry revealed he had reported it to Elwood police department and was permitted to come on. Janes was found driving a car without driver's licenses and a charge was .filed in the Court of Squire R. P. Rice, who fined him $1 and costs, 'amounting to $11.80. Suffers Much Pain. Relatives in Hobbs received word Wednesday that Wayne Riley, who was in an automobile accident Friday evening of last week, In whlcE he suffered several broken ribs was suffering much pain. It is not known how many ribs are broken and il is feared there are some internal Injuries other than the breaks. His mother, Mrs. Pete Rllcy, Is at the home of the son in Alexandria assisting in hip care. It was stated Wednesday it was necessary to keep the injured man under opiates on account of the severe 1 pain he .suffers. Much Improved. £ Mrs. 3 Frank <#HiuW '- Is rd-' ofted'tb b/e much-improved * jtttsJtuciOixZ'fitf ^SflfrJaas-A—.-fV PRAIRIE NOTES. Janice Harlow who has been a home economics student at Purdue the past four months, is spending the summer vacation with her parents. A large crowd was in attendance at both the afternoon and evening service of the Prairie township Sunday school convention at the Reserve Friends church Sunday. The afternoon program opened by singing "I Love To Tell the Story," with devotions by Rev. Eldon Farmer. Other program features were: Vocal duet, Tyner sisters; readins Betty Oyler; song, Betty Grimme; reading. Winifred -Miller; address. Rev; Leon Roby, and benediction, Rev\ Robert Karns. The evening program follows: Song, audienoo: devotionals, Rev. Leon Roby:. vocal duet, Tyner 'sisters: violin dents' to.,eritertain with readings, piano numbers and dancing after whi^h Paul A. Pfiester, the Grand Master of Indiattapols gave a very interesting talk in behalf of the members of the lodge. A pleasant social hour and lovely ; refreshments of ice cream, strawberries and! cake were served. Guests from Westfield, Kokomo, Prank- fort' and InWanapolis were present.! Marvin Ogle and family of Sheridan, Garrett Gossard and family and Frank Gossard were diniier guests Sunday of Hark Gossard and family west of Kemp- tonj Robert -Auble and family of Indianapolis were Sunday evening! supper guests of Geo. Auble and| family. Oren McGinn and family of Forest were Sunday dinner guests of Aubrey Cline and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Morelock and- Ilalsie Barrett were Sunday dinner guests of Everett Barrett ^ .family of Kirklin. spent Sunday night and'Monday and Wilson Wheatley of Danville spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Prank Wheatley. Mrs. Nan Irwln and Jeanette Otterbein of Frankfort were guests Saturday night and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Storms. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Morford were the dinner guests : Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart of Frankfort. Mrs. Jack Loche was also a guest of the Stewarts. GOLDSMITH. Mrs. Velma Henderson of Oklahoma City, Okla., returned to her home Saturday after visiting with her daughter Mrs. Ralph Day of the Normanda -community and other relatives at Sharpsville and Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goodnight are moving Irom Kempton to the James Mitchell property in the north edge of Goldsmith. Mr. Goodnight drives the Standard The last meeting of the year's | Oil .truck. work of the Woman's Study Club of Kempton was held Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Raymond Cox southwest of Kempton! with thirteen members present and four guests, Mrs. Ray Woodruff ami daughters Wanda and Wanetta and son Cob of Tip- toni house guests o£ -Mrs. Cox. solo, Margaret Mott. and reading, I The meeting opened with the co!- Katiileen Pouteh. The x following lecti and a business meeting at officers were elected: 'President, Fred Lindloy: virc - president. which time the program's for tho coining year's work which will Richard Harlow; si crctary-treas- begin in October were handed tirer, Edna Jackson; superintend- [ out. During a social hour a violin solo was enjoyed by Miss.Wanda Woodruff accompanied on the piaiio by Jessio Cunningham.'Mrs. ,Cox assisted by Mrs. Allen Kemp and .Mrs. John Linehack served •mt of adult department. Mrs. Harry Oyler; superintendent «£ Young Peoples' department. I )(v lores Adams; superintendent of education department. Beryl MrReynolds: superintendent of Home department, Sylvia Morii- son; superintendent of Children':; department. Mrs. C. I). Ad;:n:s; superintendent of administration. Roy Stewart. Music, townshin orchestra; address. Rev. E. Howard Brown, and benediction. Leon Roby. Mrs. Beulah Stewart •laughter of Marion and Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fishback of Peru were here Sunday visiting with his brother .Frank Fishback who is confined to his home with pneumonia. His condition is improving. They also .visited Mrs. Martha Fishback. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foster entertained Sunday at a pitchin dinner at their home north of Goldsmith with 50 guests, present. In the afternoon out door games were enjoyed. Nell McCarnen, teacher in the Gary schools, came Sunday to spend the summer vacation here with her mother, Mrs: Rebecca Smith. Mrs. John Aldridge spent the week ond at Kokomo with her completed at this meeting. \ Mrs. Clurid Campbell of Goldsmith was elected president and TAn. Guy Hinkle of Kokomo secretary- treasurer. The meeting, date-for next year was set for the 3rd Sunday in June at-the same place. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paul, newlyweds were given' and old fashioned charivari at their home south of Independence Friday evening. There were seventy-five present. They were placed in a calf wagon and given a merry ride over the country roads and into Tipton after which the guests enjoyed the customary treat. Mrs. Paul before her - marriage was Mrs. Lottie Wect of Tipton. Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. In the matter of the estate of Mary E. Green, deceased. In the Tipton Circuit' Court, April Term, 1935. Notice is hereby given that Farmers Loan and Trust Company as executor of the estate of Mary E. Green, deceased, has presented and filed their account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and that the same will conic up for examination and action of said Circuit Court, on the 20th day of Juno. 1935, at which time . all heirs creditors or legatees of said estate are required to appear in saic Court and show cause, if any there be, why said ac.count and vouchers should not be approved Witness, the clerk and seal of said Tipton Circuit Court, at Tipton, Indiana, this 29th day of May, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON,. refreshments of fruit salad topped j sister Mrs. L. O. Teter and fam- witii whipped cream, assorted j ily. • • • cakes and coft'ee. Mrs. Rosale Uisal of Lafayette Win. Goodnight and family wlrjjcame the latter part of the week have lived in Kempton for a, to make her home with her sister >er ol' years in the. Samuel j Mrs. Add Towusend. Mrs. Town- nil ml Goodnight residence moved to Goldsmtih to the; Mitchell residence. and! Ralph M-MiilUin and family Mrs. W ere Sundiiv dinner guests of Ruth Plake and sons of Tipum their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. spent the past wer-k with their McMulIan of Wostlield. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Slew- j }[,-. am l .Mrs. Clyde Orr and art. i Mri and Mrs. James Goodnight William Adkinson spent a few I mo tore.d to Lake Wawasec Sunday •lays with his son. Leo Adkinson '. alu i spent t ] lc , ,i ay . on their re- and family near Galveston. turii trip they visited a short time Mrs. Nova Watson and son Joj wit] , (he fiun jiy ot - u e v. Wilbert :>f Bloomington spent the wool; j Sullivan, a former minister of end at home. The daughter, Doris j thc; Kempton Christian church. Ann, returned from Washington.; 'f L . rry Fj s hor o, Hammond vis- D. C.. where she has been visitiii;:; it0( j from W edncsday until Fri- with her uncle, Pete Watson and ; daj j wil)l -y^ ;ln(I -j,^ chas. family. i Ric.ketts. Mrs. Fisher who has send has been' staying for some time with her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shockley at Kokomo. They will reside in Goldsmith. Mrs. Dessio Hinkle and daughter Blanche of Fort Wayne spent the week end with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wimer and other relatives. Arthur Swinney and family spent Sunday at Indianapolis 'and visited with Mrs. Swinney's mother Mrs. John Meyers who is a patient at the Stern Sanitarium there. They found her much improved a lid think she will soon be able to be returned to her homej east of Tetersburg. Mr. Meyers is also in poor health suffering from (Seal) 204-10-1G-22, Clerk Tipton ' i .!.-''• 1 " litheast < the sd'_—_ ..., east quarter (%»Nif twenty (27), thdkfc^ teen and one-half) (4 thence west ei| ~ .hence south sb»ivui. half (17%) rods,} eighty (80) rods 1 ,! to beginning, leaving seventy--* one-fourth acres (71%) more or less. If such rental and! proflta^ not sell for a sumisufficlent.fo and satisfy said {decree-, " " costs and accruing costs t . the same time and place, at public sale the fee simple* said real estate or so much: t" of as may be -necessary tp charge said decree,' interest, eOftl and accruing costs. ^~ Said sale will be made out relief from valuation or Ijv praisement laws and by virtae Ot a foreclosure of mortgage ottTs^Id described real estate. , ' , Dated June 5, lp35. & J ' REUBEN A. qARDWBIJUt Sheriff ojf Tipton Coaaiy. GIFFORD, GIFPORD & APPLETON, Attorneys for PlafntHtT C-210-16-2&-2S Notice of Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. Notice is hereby given that lh< undersigned administrator; ot the estate of Nannie; E. ;Jackson; deceased, will by Order of- the Tipton Circuit Court, 'sell at private sale for not less: than the full appraised value thereof, on. Satur- . day, July 6th, 1935 1 , at the law .of-i " fice of C. W- Mount, Iff' Tipton, Indiana, the, following described real estate to-wit: ]' ' ' Twenty-fire .(26) "acres off of thi whole south _end ef the east hall (Va) oC the northwest quarter ;(•%')• of sect^oni 19, township'22 north, range. 3 h east, in Tiptor , ^Circuit Court County, Indiana; Notice'to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. Said real estate will be sole subject to Fifteen Hundred 300.00) Dollars-of a mortgag! against the samb, and taxes, levj In the matter of the estate of I 0 j 1935 dlle an <l'payable in 193« Mary J. Young, deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1935. Notice is hereby given that Noah R. Lebo, as administrator of the estate of Mary J. Young, deceased, has presented and filed his account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for examination and action of said Circuit Court on the 20th day of June, 1935, at which time all heirs, cre-j ditors or legatees of said estate! are required to appear in said! Court and show cause, if any; there be, why said account andi vo'ucners should not be approved. | Witness, the clerk and seal of said Tipton Circuit Court at Tipton, Indiana, this 29th day of May, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, and thereafter; said sale to be ; cash. OMER E. JACKSON, , Administrator CLEON WADE MOUNT, S. Attorney. 210-16-24 I (Seal) 204-10-16-22 Clerk Tipton . Circuit Court. Notice of Administration. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court Treat Ybur Sefed Potatoes! With Semesan Bel I ; ' , ' • 4-oz. Can; I Treats 16 to 18 JBushels | _! 4oz. GanSOc Complon&Soo (Incorporated) ' _ KEMPTON. i becin with her parents for the an infection in his foot. past three weeks during her The Boy Scouts sponsor club Glen Edward Holliday, late of Tip- , ton County, deceased. . Said r.s-j tate is supposed to be solvent . MARY E. HOLLIDAY. Norman Hubbartt and family. mother's illnes returned home visited Sunday with Lemon Snow; Wlt !' hlm and family of Sheridan. James and Lawrence -Wheatley Chas. Kemp arfd family of onturtalned a few of their friend, Frankfort and .Mr. and Mrs. • Suuda >' evening. Games wero en- Frank Goodnight visited Sunday I Joyed and the boys served rc- afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.Wal-! fres "'»cnts of fruit salad and ter'Kemp of Kokomo and in the| cali j e " evening the formers were supper. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Thomas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Goodnight.. of .Greenville. Ohio, visited Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis McCain of ncsday with their uncle and aunt Delphi were Sunday afternoon Mrj and .Mrs. James Goodnight, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence '• Angcline Wheatley o£ Muncie Smith. Mrs. Lacy Zapb and daughter Betty and son Lacy Jr., of Washington; D. C.,' arrived Saturday to visit with the ; former's cousin Jesse Harlow and family, and also j with the family of Carl McCarthy and Otho Wyrick. They will leave Thursday for Chicago to visit other relatives. Leslie Cline and family visited Saturday night and Sunday'with Mrs. Cline's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fishback near Beech wood, Mr; Fishback who has been sick with pneumonia is slowlyimprov- ingi . Lois. McCarthy, a senior in nui-se's training at St. Margaret's Hospital at Hammond, came Sat-jpf urday for a three weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCarthy. Saturday evening shei and Fred Gossard and Mr. and Mrs. John Griffeth of Koko- moi wero the dinner guests of her brother John McCarthy Jr. and family of Muncle. Mrs. C. M. Bean and Charlotte Bean of Irontyood, Mich., and Robert Overbrimner of Belolt, W15., were Saturday night and Sunday guests i of Rev. and Mrs. J. |C. Bean, The latter two , re- Indiana Man Finds Quick Relief; in New Indo-Vin '- Medicine. " ~ ' Mr. Garfiel.1 of 1124 N. Meade Street, South Bend, Ind,. •says: "For years I was aj victim of 'stomach* trouble. My meals would 's o u r i in my stomach and bloat me up with so much gas that thought my insides were goln.^ Vto burst. The HOWELIi. sto.mach gas would press on my hear;t and put me| in so much P»'n w ith m y chest that'I would get dizzy all ovir nnd I kept having terrible slct headaches flue to the awful coi dition of my stomach. I tried e.v< rjthing under the sun, but .noijiinif helped inc until i I got Im o-Vin and it tins done me more gQ(d than everything else PUT ; . . t rt«i'i* vitu^j mt.*^**''--^ . , turned to Belolt Sunday evening J TO [JETHER. The awful gas :mls- .whlle Mrs. C. M. Bean remained r - J r J "~' f **•"- fo7a three peeks' visit with her so l Rev/! erj the my dou acles im . now , an d I don't have pa4ns,in my] chest or around .heart,'and tho diw , -*•-"- itictfm'e.roveH-ine/ The- es)ha*e^ranjhed^ ' *lt* head- i ;«aj wero entertained Friday evening] ^ ^y May 28. 1935. at the home of Glen' Smith .and family south of Tetersburg. The boys' parents were guests for the evening. A bountiful pitchin supper was spread. Ralph Bouse of Grand Rapids, Mich., came Sunday to visit for a few days with his parents A. A. Bouse and family. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wimer entertained a number of relatives at their home Sunday in honor of two birthdays Mrs. Wimer and her brother Forrest Stoops, who with his wife arrived here. Saturday from Cabin Creek, W. Va., for a few days' visit with his mother Mrs. Elizabeth Stoops and other relatives. Robert F. Smith and family spent Sunday at Fratrkton guest of the former's sister Oren' Kirklin and family. Monday they went to Bloomingrton and visited Indiana University and made arrange- Attorney. Administratrix. | ! 204-10-16-22 | Fishing Headquarters" "The Most Complete Stock in the | County,"H..J. Phone 297 & CO. ments for Smith to enter school soon to complete his Masters degree. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Horton entertained with a family dinner at their home east of Hopewell Sunday. Guests included Floyd Horton and family of Detroit, Mich., Guy Horton and family of Tipton, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Horton of Goldsmith, Hazel Horton of Indianapolis and Ray Sheppard of Kentucky. * Harley Kelley' oast' of Goldsmith is suffering with an' infection in his right hand which developed from a blister made by rolling up the corn planter wire while planting corn.-Thq member is badly swollen aiyl quite painful. Monday ho visited a physician who lanced it and Monday night he was slightly improved. It was feared blood poison might de' I descendants of 'Jacob of Notice of Sheriffs Sale of Real Estate on Decree. - Notice is hereby given that by- virtue and authority of. a certified copy of a decree to me' directed by the Clerk of the Tipton Circuit Court in a cause wherein The Union Central Life Insurance Company, an Ohio corporation, is plaintiff, and Arthur A. Samuels and Carrie E. Samuels, et al, are defendants, being .cause No. 2529, in said court, requiring me to make the sum of $7,579.26 with interest, costs and accruing costs as set out in said decree, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder on Saturday, the 6th day of July, 1935, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., at the north door of the court house in the; City of Tiptou, County of Tipton, State of Indiana, the rents and, 'profits, year by year, for a period not exceeding seven years, of the following described real estate lit Tipton County, Indiana, towit: The south half (%) of the northeast quarter (% ) of section twenty-seven (27) township twenty-one (21) -north, range three (3) east, except, commencing at. 110-118 South Mairi StJ , ' INVITING Edith lUgcs, Route 2, Atlanta As a guest of The Tipton Dally Tribune at the New Rltz Theatre to- witness "GOLD DIGGERS OP 1085" Explanation: This invitation la not transferable.and is good only for the party whose j name and address appear .above. The party named above, accompanied by a member of his family or a friend should present this Invitation al the Ritz .door the same - as two regular admission tickets. THE; TIPTON DAILY TRIBPNE Entered as Second. Claw Jtatter at the Postofflce, Ttpton, Ind. Ramsay ft O'Banlon, Props. •^ Eatjftillahed Octf 4,.\1M5. ' On* Sttbscript»n, ; It»lf«s.; }', : •r fi»: LEATHERMAN- FtTNERAL HOME Ambulance Serrios Furnace Com Replace Youi : ,aSeirj!4. GAS WATJ5E PubUc Service Co: BREAD— ji i 1%-ib. io4f Li, KROGER See— YOUNG Suits and 106 East •v&

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