The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 17, 1930 · Page 7
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 7

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, March 17, 1930
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DOROTHY DARMT By Charles MdMamis 6* AND We Arc 44 Years Qlcl — Wc Have Lived Through Country's Financial Depressions and Panics Darin* 44 Years and Have Never Paid Less Than *% on GET THE FULL SIGNIFICANCE OF THAT 8TA' Assets, February 28, 1930, Undivided Profits, February 28, 1930 TIPTON BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO THE OLDEST SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN T --. Talk It Over With Our Secretary, J. A. Le«»U 4-* Si tfcfj 7,71656 TIOM ON MM BP V § i! >i'!| r :! m i m\ III IS STILL CRIPPLED. TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS NOTICE-i-To all Tithe farm ers; I,live on hand for sale son a flues,'3V2 and 4 ; inches, stid 16 ajidl8 feet long; will sell reasonable. Harry Lsjri. Phojne 31. 41 FOR SAUE OR TRADE BE£& ESTATE FOR SALE-jriSjO acres, good improvements^ priced jright. Roy j • Purvis. . '• R, • | c-tf FOR SALE ;: gm EXCHANGE • ^ Good doujilp in Tipton for Tipi ton counti|:pirni. Roy Purvis. .tf FOR SALI-:4;JJ0 acre$, RoadSl; good inij ; >£>venients; also 40 acres,. Rojjjf 31. B. A. Foster. Phone 5S^'^j>r 1459J c-1'42 TRADE—Modern double, clplje in; paved street; also good jS'rooni house, on improved sti*et; trade for used car. E. AJiaSoster, Pjhone 5S5 or 1459. I y i c-143 Fm SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE- Dilver Ho^xsir. rl If FOR SALE -I condition, FOR SALE George K<H$ Fair Grounds. 141 er place. Lcavell & ling, TiPtj 10X2. hatching; ' Mrs. Geoi Atlanta. -iiarly Harvest oats. I • P-14C -yaby cab iu good .i§eap. Phone 3152. /i . i • p -i43 Good work horse, FOR SALE (Marin trade for cheap- j*?oom modern and irage oil -^forth Green street. duller. c -141 FOR SALE-f -KJixed hay. Ed Find- }fc routes 1. Phone •c-142 FOR SALE-J-ajuff Rodk eggs,.for FOR RENT- -House, 5 rooms and. Roy Purvis bath, .909 N. Main. Phone 36' or 4229. EOR TRADE — Nice cottage on improved street for 20 acres. tf c-143; • TRACTOR PARTS—Fordson and FOR RENT—West side double, 3; rooms and bath, corner Ccndei and North. Leroy Plake. u-141' iFOR TRADE—Modern home for 8-1G International tractors; call 177, Sheridan. Gray Auto Parts, Sheridan, Ind. c-143 FOR RENT - nished . for 427/5. Two rooms fur-1 sleeping. . Phone! c-142 i . Tipton county farm, vis. Roy Pur- tt FOR RENT — House, semi-mod• era, North Main. Phone 2202. c-141 FOR RENT — Three • rooms. Phone 2602. furnished c-142* FOR RENT OR SALE—In Arcadia, 8 -room house with 6 lots, well and cistern, water in house, hen house.and garage. Pete Heisser, Phone 2386. - c-143 FLOOR SANDING—Floors made like new; estimates freely giv- •en; decorating, paper hanging. • '. Phone 2514. Charles Spencer. p-141 FOR RENT—Seven-room strictly modern home, with liasement, corner Independence and Adams streets. Mrs. L. P. Foster, Phone 4480. tf RADIO SERVICE—We specialize nn experi. service work on all makes ot sets; full line tubes batteries, etc. - McJunkin Radio Shop. Phone 20X7. c-tf WANTED WANTED—Work by month on farm; young man. Phone 40X9. c-142 WANTED—Two or three unfur- nishel rooms; call light plant. G. T. Evans. p-143 WANTED—Used 600 to SOO-egg incubator, cheap. Phone 15X7. • P-141 WANTED — To exchange tractor and plows for good team, Orville Malott, Atlanta.' c-144 WANTED — Trash hauling and garden plowing. Lunda Johnson,- Phone 1382. "'. p-140 {3-..00 per hundred. Teusciier, Phone p-141 FOR SALE-j-§3arred jand White Rock'bauv-jshicks, |l3c, each; | ready MailrS 19. i -hone 7 on | 72, Sharpsjf^le, Indj Mrs. Harr ry Hawking ) c -141 FOR SALE One gj>od -wagon, with new j ifin rackj one International 1 VJiw cultivator, used one seasoi ;| inquired at 130 E. Washingtoh|St. FOR SALE chicks; ori booked at quality ch : torn hatchij i ton Hatch p-141 -s Girard's TipyTop l£rs are [now being "lasonablli prices for riks and ^xpert cus- i§. Plumb ..51.-. Tip- IT :1 . c " tf WANTED — Wall paper cleaning and any odd jobs. Jess -Frederick; leave word at Tribune. c-152 CHEAPEST CHICKS .you ever bought; 1, 2, 3ahd'4i-week-old heavies; %c per day added to day old price; we sort them good, you buy only the best; all ages growing fine; come; can not be shipped; open every day and evening. Hoosier Hatchery, Michigantowh, Ind. c-144 MONEY TO LOAN FEDERAL FARM LOANS at 5 % per cent; pre-payment privilege. D. S. Phares. c-tf PLENTY OF MONEY AT 5% pet cent, from i to 10 years, with pre-payment .priviliges; best loan in the state. Standerford & Standerford. c-tf FARM LOANS — Best loans in state, 5 to 20 years; interest annual or semi-annual with full : payment privilege. Fielding & Fielding. c-tf XO COURT, SESSION'. SALESMAN wanted for this tWri tory; see J. O. Black, Art Memorial Works, Anderson. Phone 1130. p-141 WANTED — Trucking and plowing; have 3-bottom plow; also quantity seed oats for sale. Ed Shuck. Phone Kempton. p-140 WANTED — Your general blacksmithing, '.horseshoeing and plow work; now at.your sery- ice. R. F. Miller, south part of Atlanta! tf Visited Here. heavy breel day; also chick feed times per| Hatchery, 4-m-l star oil and co per hundrfuS mash, $3 feed, $2.!}K? Co. BABY CHICl ^f — ArVj kinds of ready ;3very Mon- -uandle 'Burlington 'Jesh g;r>und three : -yweek. T ;], Itempton f^'mptonj-Ind. '-' ,;tf FCR SALE—IfSeds ofsall kinds; wlth'gcod -liver l^liver njeal, $3.20 Sunflower .egg Cerpay laying Fear-Campbell • ' c-tf Mr. and Mrs. Allle C. Brown and son _r -Jimmie of Brookyille were the* Sunday guests i of Andy Biltz of the Farmers Oil & Tire\| Co. Many Members of Local Bar.In­ terested in Case at Frankfort. The Misses Madora and Matilda Troutman, west, of Tipton, were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Cox on Kentucky avenue. • .Read Tribune want ads. -if S BABY CII.J5SK TIME way hatch*!qual-: • I Jty whon '.hatliKsa—qual­ ity when erf^j. Hatch' risrht—RTOW l;ca?Jit—sell ana Weflneod:- ncsday. Ask is „ .„„_„„ M . gantown. Ind «»ehl- l ill 'ft"BBNT—t^ief B -rioTnraHd 'otoe l-rbbm hoi§s; good location. FOR SALE. , The' Charted; Venable 1929 Essex coach ;/raaroon color; low. mileage; llke^new in every re- •ipect. ' ~$ \' t - r The Tipton Circuit court was not in session Monday and unless something urgent develops there will likely be lib session for several^ days. Many of the local attorneys are engaged in the case of .lame Small against Mrs. Bertha C'omp- ton and others whicli started in the -Clinton Circuit .court Monday morning. Mrs. Compton, former Chief of Police Coleman and Dr. Verne Cooper are defendants in a $10,000 suit for damages for the death of James Small, Jr., who died from rabies after being bitten by a dog owned by Mrs. Compton. The firms of Kemp & Russell Gifford & Gifford and J. -R. Coleman are representing the defend ants and a Noblesville firm of attorneys has .the case" for Mr. Small. The case is expected to occupy several days of the court's time. ; \ Curtain Raiser Tuesday Night •Will Be Worth Seeing. As an outstanding event in the basketball game Tuesday between' the Tipton Merchants and the Frankfort Nickel Plate, there has been gathered together- at considerable expense, two unique teams of unknown qualities to stage an extraordinary preliminary-. ,. • ' This contest .has been promoted and accomplished by the Tipton Merchants at no little expense, in order to give the many patrons of independent basketball more for their money than they have ever received in any-like evnt. Robert Nichols, former Tiptoii; hTgh school star, has gathered together an array of stars, after careful selection, and has honored his team with the'uame of the Fat Cag.ers. Included in this Tlineup are such names as Charles Billz, Gene Goar, Scrubby Frisz, Willia.n Zehner, Ralph Walker, - George Spencer and Hugh'.'Carter. As all know, all these men or former "ol lege stars . As fitting opponents to this great team, the following 'roster of prominent men who are well known and have exceedingly remarkable ability'as players, is submitted: Tug Lane, captain and fla'shy forward; Joe Law, Don Coffin, Geocre ciine, Ora Beerbower, Ted Spaulding,, Paul Walker and Elliott Meeker. The official name of this team is the National Guard Reserves. '••-.' Two well known officials, Louis Haas and Frank Houser, -will handle the game, which starts promptly at 7:15. ' -; . y baritone soloist with Sousa All members of the Anderson 1 and also assistant director- Post, the Auxiliary, City jAdniini-j Sousa's band, stration and all Andersonians are; The band is composed of Le- co-operating-iu order to makeigion musicians, over Indiana, this an outstanding day. ^ j There are 120 players in the band On Saturday night, Majreh. | representing sixty-two towns and 22nd, at 9 p. m. 1 Voilure No.' 510 j cities in the state. oE the 40 & S will have a bigj Included in the list of players wreck put: on by the 40 & S i are two rural route carriers, one wrecking crew from Indianapolis,.postmaster, assistant postmaster visitors who are members of the! and postal clerk, four manufac- 40 & S. being invited, to attend| turers, one optometrist, five auto- this event. mobile j dealers, seven professional musicians, one "railroad ticket agent and one railway conductor, two hotel owners, restaurant proprietor, five merchants, three machinists, twelve ;sales- BOOENHAMMER DAY. Tipton Legion _aml Auxiliary lr- vited t«i AIKICL^OII March 2S % VisHcd Here. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schockey of Salem visited .over the week end with their | daughter, Mrs-' Guy Newkirk and family oh Green street.-Sunday Mr.: and Mrs. - Shockey .and Mr. and Mrs. Newkirk .and', family .-were. "at - Marion ' where *they \ *'attended the weddjng ^of^ioyd^hockey^ Mhis^re^Jl'^ioqiin, which* took pUce^V*:*0'»t the home of t',o i^JIrw-ind ?Mrs&.C;- brldeV . Bodeniiammer Day honoring the National Commander of the American Legion,, which will be held in .Anderson on Sunday March 23rd, by the George H. Hockett Post. of The American Legion, promises to be an out; standing day. in Indiana Legion activities.- In- addition; to National Commander -Bodeniiammer who will make the principle address of the day,-this meeting will be attended liy Russel Cook, ..National Americanization officer Forrest Harness State Commander, Pleas' E. Greenlee, State Adjutant, Dale Miller, State Athletic Officer, the following past State Commanders,' Raymond Springer, Connersville, Clarence Jackson, Newcastle, Gen. _ Giginilliat, Culver, Craude Gregg;, Vmcennes, Fred Welcking, Bluffton, and numerous other- men active' in Legion affairs.. The .parade wTilch 'will be hold at 3 p.'m. will be led by the Nar. tional and "State Legion Colors which, are being- brought to Anderson for this-day;: Tlie 7th 'dis- trictLadies Drum Corps, Indian apolis and the Legion ^Drum Corpsyot Lafayette, Muncle.«alid Anderson together with. hundreds' of .Legion men and Auxiliary- women' from all over the Estate wlll;take part in the events of the -day." ';//;' " ;"" :j', " '-^IL members of the,Legiotf a*nd Aoxlllary'.ln. the state .arejlnyited •' - ^'-^ ifton this' date.-jThpse The Tipton Legion Drum Corps and a number of members of the Tipton post and Auxiliary will take pari, in the pcirade. The local drum and bugle corps is one: men, two dentists, one chir-oprac- of the best organizations of this! tor. pharmacist, one veterinarian, kind in the state and they made j three printers and paper hungers, a splendid showing at Louisville j three contractors, three newspa- at the National convention. 'per advertising managers, two : ——' \. j barbers, two lawyers, one an cx- j judge, three poIicerr(eii, two farmers, and one university instruc- [ tor, gn.iin dealer, metal polisher, i knitter, tailor, buyer, civil en- j .gineer and a field examiner of ' the State Board of Accounts. Indianapolis, Ind., March 15, 1 The Indiana, band is the hu-g- —Mdme. Fernand Perrin, who • est American Legion band in the will be heard with the American • country. Legion State Band of the Depart-; ;-. . ,ment of Indhina, in its broad- 1 casting programs, was present at'; the regular ])railicc of the band j ,'liere Sunday, preparing for aj 'chain program to be broadcast j .—Yes," said the caller airily, "I from WFBM in April. -had my face lifted." . . ' llmde, Perrin, who is the wifej "Botli of them?" inquired I it— j Paul Hardy of ItKlianupolisj '-- i. Mis. Lulu Hardy and; David and W: O. Sutton Continue* to Suffer; Pauline Hardy spent, j Sunday at From Effects or Accident. i Kokomo wirh Mr. anil} Mrs. Nath: ; an Ryan. Mr. and ! MM. Frank W. O. Sutton, was in Tipton; Hiu-dy of Indianapoiii were aft- Moitday. attending to business; c 'rn .-ion.guests at the! Ryan-home. matters and'greeting friends and} «~<v—p ^vas not getting around with his; Xntici- to Truck Sul.-smcn. old time agility. He is still suf-! j i fering from the effects of a cross} Notice is hereby ^iien that roads automobile smash wjiiich }V;...!.° °' cIock - M ""'?4 > ": Ap .fi l 7 I occurred two'years ago last Feb rui .iry 10. J AMlERICAX LEGIOX BAND. Jlrs. Clyde.Snotldy Will'lie' Soloist for.'April'Program. The Daily Wheeze of Clyde Snoddy, of Bloomington is a native of Grenoble, France. • She is a gnaduale of the Lyons Conservatory of Music which . is known as the National School of Music of France. • Mdme. Perrin studied under Mdme. Marietta Mazarin. a very close, friend of Mary Garden and who is considered the Mary Garden, of France. Mdme. Perrin comes from a well-known and' well-to-do French family, her father being at present mayor of Grenoble. She has sung with the National Grand Opera-at Bordeaux. The American Legion State band is .preparing- for a nationwide broadcast iii' April, under the direction Of Carl E. Preb le of Bedford. I Preb le for \i number of years tie Dorothy, who was listening. "What do you- mean, both of them," ,"slio snapped. .."Well! I heard my daddy tell mother you were the most two- faced woman in town," replied the kid. 1530. the comniissioliiers will rej ;<eive sealed bids fori the follow! 1 supplies for the iighway de -f At that time his car was in col-, partment: lision with one driven by Frank) Two dump trucks < f three yard Hayes. Hayes died four days lat-| c:i PJ' cit /; ! r, ' cks to equippe . , - ,!with 34xi heavy du :y tires or er from a punctured lung caused; frcnt an( , 34x7 hea ^ duty dna ^ by a broken rib. ' - ; tires on the* rear Wheels. Two Mr. Sutton at the time was! used General Motors trucks wflj thought to also be fatally hurt' b , e offered as part Irayment . ' • , - . ,. „„. 'these new trucks. Th>? hoists: but he recovered. His back and., } • ^ Qn U)e uscd J ckg , (> shoulder still p-ain. him, however,: removed and installed on the new} and although able\to get around j trucks purchased by jtlie succeess4 he cannot stand much heavy; 1 '"' bidder. j , - • i Said trucks purchased to be de-* ^ ' ; Iivcrcd in Tipton. ! j *** W. A. KENDALL, I'KIOi: (XHUvlXtJ .SCHOOL. ! 1 11-1-17 U Auditor. Days i Xoticc of Administration. At the Diana Theatre Three This Week. -r ~ ~ i ! i Notice is hereby given that the _, , . . , 1 undersigned has beeii appointed The, tree cooking school. '•<>»-: |.y. t |,e-.Iudge of the Circu.t Court ducted under the auspices of the of Tipton County, State of IndH J. FRANK PYKE, -Attorney. Estate Gas' Range Co., and the i Wife Saving Service Company of : this city will be at the Diana ; theatre, Tuesday, Wednesday and : Thursday at 2:00 o'clock each afternoon. . Miss Evalyn May Robinson, i representing the Estate Gas | Range Co.,. will, be in -charge of the school and will bo assisted by iiiidi.'r;;imied John Burkhardt maiTSgeT^Jof th Wife Saving Service Co 'Burkhardt and Paul Walker. The school is open to all the ladies of the city and comity and all are invited to attend. ana. executor of the . estate ofi Elijah -Perry, late of TTiptoh conn-i ty deceased. 'Said ejsjate is sup4 posed to be^solvent. ! ; i BERT II. PERRY, ! Feb. 2U. 19:i(i. Executoi| l'2S-34-40-46j- Wen; Tipton Visitors. Mrs. Harry Stringfellow of •Gary' visited over the week end with her sister, Mrd. Mark C- Nicholson and family on Walnut street. Mr. Stringfellow joined his wife here Monday and they went to Muncie to visit with Mrs. Stringfellow's brother Oliver Carle.ton before returning home. LIBERTY MKKTIXG Not ice ot .Administration. Notice is hereby given that the lias beinj appointed by the.Judge of the circuit Court Mrs. !° r Tipton County. State of Indi-f ana. executor of the I estate of; Lawrence Smclsrr. V.Jte of Tiptonj County, deceased. Shtd estate isi sunposed to be solvejili. I JOSEPH G .isHO, ! Feb. ^4. l»:so. ! [ Executor.} KEMP & RUSSELL, } Attorneys. 123-29-35-41J W. 15. Swing Calls Meeting of Township Democrats. Xotice of Sheriff's Side of Real; Estate on Decree. W. B. Swing, chairman of the Liberty township Democratic organization, was In Tipton on business Monday and stated that a' meeting of the party followers iii his township-had been' arranged for Wednesday evening. The State of Indiana. County of Tipton, ss The Defiance College Ohio, vs. Ralph Ai el al. Court. No. 986. By virtue of a certified copy of of Defiance, . i Ballenger, In the Tipiton Circuit November Term, 1930. Eveready glue bottles, a handy office, accessory. The Tribune Press. —and the Worst is Yet to Come meeting will be held in the I. O. j a decree to me directed from the O. F. hall, starting at 7:30 clerk of the Tipton Qitrcuit Court o'clock in a cause wherein ilie Defiance m , . " .,, , ... .! Colled, of Defiance;: Ohio, is This will be an -organization - p i a i„ ti(r , an( , RaIpIl A s Bal i enger sea-ion which will give all mem- ! and others are defendants, requir- bcrs of the partv an opportunity tug me tn make the sum of $1,to talk over the situation and ' :!:!S - 2U - wi,h interest jan said de•-..'•' i;ree and costs, I will: expose at discuss prospective primary can-; pnl)lic sule t „ the hi ^ iest b|( , ner didates. or, the 5th day of Aprj(r; 1930,-be- All Democrats of Liberty town- | tween the hours of tejnj o'clock a. I ni., and four o'clock p| in., .of said I day at the door of theiriourt house i in Tipton. County. Indiana, the ship are. urged to attend. plauninr'to atfondthe muit i;m»|e reservations tirloHto 4% Ward Xo. IVo. | rent and profits for a |(jrm not ex- 'ceeding seven years of t" lowing real estate, to-wiit: The Ladies of Ward No. 2 of . , ... '. ., T- .1 Commencing 24 feetl' south of the Aid society, of the Kemp ! Uip ;. n „ rthcn8t » corlier ^ ^ Methodist church will be enter- 'Block 11, thence wek^ parallel tained Wednesday afternoon at , with the north line of said lot 120 the home of Mrs: Charles Hess- at i feet 'l to the west line joif said lot. orre /-_"„'„„ ^i ^t „i- <>-•>« ^•..i^.-t '< thence south 35 feet, -thence east 356 Green-street at 2,30 o clock. , ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ of . ^ As-there is important business. ; lot> tiianee 35 feet to |lie place "of it is neces.3a.ry that "all ladies of < beginning, in the town of Sharps- the ward! and all unitv leaders be : villo, Tipton County, ihdiana. . . L , v. v If the rents and profits will not present to make their reports at....,, _ ......../.Jr,.' •„ this meeting end to-discuss other activities. I - To Change Residence-. sell for a sufficient sddi to satisfy said decree, interest and coftB. r wilt at the same time land! place expose at public sale ht ao miteh pie of said real estate joir so mueh thereof as may be snfficifent to dis- j charge said decree Inj'thla sane Mr. aud Mrs. T.G. Mollin who realise. Said sate wify be made for spmo time have resided fn the ' without any relief from: valuation property of Mrs. Florence ' Bert ! or ^appraisement laws.l t : *j ; '•xi- 'i;, ,'' '.. - i*- J. < Dated this 10th day -oP March, i on North Main" street are pfepar-; 1930> 1 "*"ff u * ' Ing to vacate within the next few i f .' . JRSSB DEVAttk/F,' days. They Tiave rented the house : Sheriff of Tip{bk C< o'n the flame streei recently Wt- McC WIRE &' ELLjpTrJ4t. ^ T K ... •.'.•"'•. ., 1 mo. Indiana, Attorney*-fa* ed.-/by John: Katpn, .»nd- family r plaintiff FlHa" wh6.m,oved.,to the ; Murplyy ; .^qu.ble j on WasbJngton.street.' .-. ' ty - ... ... ^,. T***T. .. — • . ^ • - You- never can^teUwljat^styles will do K and the safest plan x is to vaccinate-about wh|re*fte^,OBPen>- J wlll rbe^anyway t , i_J t,, j Iff •jdfescar ACCTIOX: whhoat'i miles east of Hade^J^ Ind.V Tuesday, Mftrch ^ I St acres:- 5 -roontV'l Liberal terms: owner.' R., I Co., au<;Uone

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