The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 31, 1930 · Page 7
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 7

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, March 31, 1930
Page 7
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m DOROTHY DARJNli: By CrWles McMan us TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS : WANTED — General housework; j inquire at 924 North Main St. ! \ P-155 FOE SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR. SALE Cjltt TRADE—5-room house, real, bargain, j if taken quick; see JB.' A. Foster, with Leavell & jfuller. j * c-tf IFOR RENT—i Upper story of five rooms, 27 jMiJl street; also 5- room house'; on Northj Independence. Wiji. kindling. Phone 10X6: ;i c-tf FOR 'SALE—Garden tractor, two brooder slbves. Ed Harter. P^15S : WANTED — Wall paper cleaning | and any odd jobs. Jess Fred- I erick. . Phone .2S. - C -1G4 FOR SALE—:j\ 7 e have some property on improved streets we will sell on payiaents; if,you want a home sec lis; they - are good lwrgaius. Clark & Miner do., C. W. Rairisay. I c-15o FOR SALE—Good 40-acre farm; well improved. Roy-nPurvis. tf FOR SALE^-Young fries, 40c per pound. John D. Smith. Phone 1SX2, c-tf FOR SALE—G-hole cooking range in good condition: Phone 1225. p-158 ;. WANTED—Roomers with board. ! Mrs. George. Manlove, 127 North ; Conde, Phone 2274. •'* c-tf : WANTED—Carpenter and repair ! work and saw filing. Phone i 2532. 117 N. Mill street. Wm. 1 H. Ballman. • P-15G FOR SALE — Jersey male calf coining one year old. W. S. Durham. Phone 14X0. c-158 FOR SALE CR TRADE—A good improved Sp acres, close to Tipton,' on jiar line; will trade for city property or sell on payments. Chirk & Miner Co., C. W. Ramsayi c-153 _ii : FOR SALE—Mastodon ever bearing, Premier and Dunlap strawberry plants. Maple Side Farm, • North of Windfall. P-1G2 i WANTED —, Farmers and others i to know I have all kinds of i 'wagon repairs, sjntr.le trees, ; double trees ^and everything in j this line. Cal Boldon, Binklcy i Building. c-157 LOST AND FOUND FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Poland China male hog, one year old. Carl Foster. Phone Goldsmith. p-154 FOR SALE—Woodburn 100-day seed corn. Donald Smyser, ' Phone 4X6. p-153 LOST — Brown leather purse, south of Tipton, between my home and Herman Dpllinger home; contained bills and driver's license; reward. Mrs. Clintie Cochran, Tipton, route 14. . c-154 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—rivox terrier puppies. | • Phone 445111 Fred Baur. c-154 ! FOR RENT FOR SALE—real buy;' 120-acre farm, well [improved, i ?65 an acre; $2.0C$_vm -handle - this deal. Roy Purvis. c-tf iF'OR SALE—j'rosley- Show Box electric radii); new tubes. Floyd Sharp. p-155 FOU-SALK— $o. 5 Underwood; a real barsraiij at S35. The Tribune Press. !i ' tf FOR RENT—5-room house, 12 S Diehl. Phone 25S8. c-tf FOR RENT—Garage, 465. North Main. Phone 1424. c-tf j RADIO SERVICE—We - specialize I on expert, service work .on ail makes of sets; full line tubes, batteries^ etc. McJunkiii Radio Shop. Phone 20X7. ,c-U FOR RENT — Three rooms for light housekeeping. Bockover. \ c-153! FOR TRADE — Nice cottage ' on improved street for 20 acres. Roy Purvis. tf FOR RENT—Modern house, South! f*OR TRADE—Modern home for Independence. Phone 262, Delia Roode. o-tf FOR SALE-^Buff Rock; eggs for setting. MVS. Oscar 1 Manlove, Tipton, rou'e 1. Phone Ekin, i • c-155 FOR SALE—.National gas water heater, dou'ile coil, new, ?G.50. G^T. Evaiij. p-155 FOR SALE—ifpples, $1.75 and S2.U0 a bushel. Glen H. Smith, Apjile Edeii Farm. j p-157 FOR SALE —MTulip trees, ?1,00, $1.50, S2.(i|); Norway spruce, 50c each. jJeorge Off! p-155 JFOR SALE— One 10-ft. all display McCniy meat case; first class condition; see \Varfel & Small, Atliiaita, Ind. j p-153 FOR SALENS0 bushels of bright seed oats, 14 5c pet bushel. Gall Mr. Hill at!| 179. ' c-153 .1 FOR SALE Seed "corn; Reid's Yellow Deiit, germination testr ed. Percy; Ressler, half * mile north, l 'i Ijniles east !of Hobbs. Route' 4. Tipton. j c-157 FOR SALE |j— Badeiioch's bahy chick staruir, $4.10; Sunflower egg mash, |J2.95;iReef brand oyster shelf, fl.00:, per cwL Fear-Camptfcll Co. c-tf FOR SALE— 1 Full blooded Hol- 1 stein, bull (j^lf, six weeks ,old; can bo registered;-vealj price; 2 heavy milking fresh | Holstein cows; will i Sell reasonable.. Call Simon Wolf | Tipton phone 1572. i c-154 Wlilto and ,li htt Rocks»feds:\ WMI Wyan!, dpttea; Buff IPpInetons;! •12 : per 7100; I $57.-50 per 500; fUO are *fttes^Fji*tclie<l. E SR n 0 1.000 ^.--r*' Hkte*a -sixJmjccossUto yean. «ach i .Mer carcftjily sort-i' rinrts, class W ilclts ror " HoosN r; " • llcKs for (Iflrst W>«- ( %-,Hatclierk MlchW FOR RENT—Real home, G rooms, modern in ^every respect. George H. Gifford. c-154 Tipton co_unty farm, vis. : Roy 3 U I'll FOR RENT—After June 1, room now occupied by A. & P. Store. B. F. Leavell. c-157 FOR RENT—House, 5 rooms and bath, 909 U[. Main. Phone 36 or 4229. c-ti FOR RENT—One 6-iroom and one 4-room house; good location. Phone 2426. c-tf FOR RENT—Modern rooms; hot water heat, • Miller Hotel, Tribune Bldg., E. Jefferson St. tf FOR RENT—Farm of. 40 acres one-half mile north of the Shiloh church, Jefferson township; write Leroy C. Glass, 514 North State street, Ann Arbor, Michigan. • c-l5*3 TRUCKING—All kinds of trucking; live stock a^. specially. Phone Clyde' Balseiv .ilia,' or George Balser, 1624. P-154 WILL DO all kinds of sewing; spring, coats and altering: Phone 2532. 117 N. Mill street, Tipton. Anna Ballman. p-15G MONEY TO LOAN FEDERAL FARM LOANS at 5% per cent; pre-paynient privilege. D. S. Phares. c-tf PLENTY OF MONEY- AT 5% per cent, from 1 to 10 years, with pre-payment priviliges; besl loan in the state. Standorford & Standerford. ' c-tf FOR RENT—Part or all of G. J. Kiger residence, semi - modern; large garden space; 315-N. ' Independence - street. Phone 436, Elks Home, 7 o'clock evenings, tf WANTED- V/ANTED—Mirried man/for work on farm. I Call 2427. John Werner. c -tf WANTED — Your general black< smithing, .horseshoeing and plow work ;i now at-your serv- - ice. R. F. -Miller, south part of Atlanta. .tf Two- 1928 Essex coaches^ 1928. €E «8ex coupe,;%fi-.;^26 T t !hryB- : *ler 70 sport 1 rqkdftar ;c . '1926, Oakland sport roadfterT-1926 Jewett coach; 'Si Hupp coupe;) ,1924,Bulck coupe;-,1982 Estex,: touring. ^ 1 ~ • ' FARM LOANS — Best loins in suite, r5 to 20 years;'.interest annual or semi-annual with full payment privilege. Fielding & Fielding. / c-tf Is Doing Nicely. Mrs. T. D. Foster of West Jefferson street, returned Sunday night from Indianapolis where she had been, for several days with Mr Foster at the St Vm' cent's ho&pital where he is letov- enng from a recent surgical operation. Mr Fostci, who was not getting along well for a few dayb following the operation, is now doing nicely aiW begiuning Monday was allowed visitors to his room. Mis Foster returned \lo Indianapolis, Monday. The OaUi) Wheeze |r "Jus^wheredldthe atttomoblle |1 |it ^ you1 , ^^lte^-tl»e magistrato 'I J -. ^frell/^MWithe'iniured. voung OKLEIlKA'l'KU WEDDING DAY. I SECOND TJAP FOR HAWKES. Mr. and Mi-s. IJ. S. Sci;oggs Guests of Honor at Big Sunday Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Scrpggs cf South Independence street, celebrated theii- Silver wedding day Sunday with a big dinner and their children present for the occasion. This happy couple removed to Tipton several mouths ago, Mr. Scroggs being the local representative of the Stark -Brothers-'nurseries. • They were married at Delphi',1!)(1.5. nn March 29'and celebrated Sunday which wais a more convenient date Tor the children than Saturday. The house and table was beautifully .decorated with out flowers for the. occasion and the table with its mammoth white wedding cake was. a.pretty sight. Mrs. Seijpggs, ,'prior to-her marriage was Miss Rue Rineliart of Delphi, families of both the bride and bridegroom being well known in that and adjoining counties. . Present at the enjoyable event Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Girard and' children, residing on the North Main fitreet pike', Miss Nettie Scroggs teacher in the Tipton schools; Waller Scroggs of Wina-mac; and Walter Scroggs r , and Fred Walker of Indianapolis. The bride and bridegroom of twenty-five years ago received many pretty silver gifts in remembrance of their anniversary. !T6w-GIiflcr Pilot's Night ObjcjC' .! " tivc is El Paso, Tex. ! Tucson, Ariz., March 31.—Cafe •here after a bumpy 40-mile ride j over the first lap of his San Diego- i to-New York tow-glider flight, ; Frank Hawkes, noted aviator, j made ready today to" take off in ;I<is motorless plane for El'Paso, Tex., for his second overnight .^top. The transcontinental glider' pilot cut loose from his' tow-plar.e • over Tucson last lfiglit, just/ ten 'hours and forty minutes from the .time he left San -Diego. He made 'two landings en route, one at j Yuma,'Arizi; to refuel' the. tow- i plane, and again at Phoenix for liunch. Involuntary Manslaughter. Involuntary manslaughter is the charge brought against Ova Smi ley, age 47, of Elwood, in the cir- ;CUit court at Anderson. It was Smiley who fired the shot on the night of Feb. 2 which killed Wal iter Simmonds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Simmonds, who have (since moved to this city. The boy i died in the Mercy hospital at Elj wood on Feb. 23. Moved to Ki-iuptoii. England Refuses. London, March 31.—French headquarters were, agitated, this afternoon by a statement issued by a British official spokesman in which it was said to be absolutely impossible for Great Britain to undertake further military commitments in" connection with, the proposed French ijecurity pact. j Mr.- and Mrs. Basil Clark and 1 family, of Indianapolis, who are ! former well known residents of | Tipton, have moved to Kempton 'and are occupping the Lafe Beav,i -r property. Mr." Clark, who ;mov*ed his family to Indianapolis [from Tipton a few years ago, for- Imerly conducted, a garage in T^ip- jton and is going into the same j business at Kempton, he- having , leased the Jim Storms business j 'ropm.- Mr. Clark is the son of Mr. |and Mrs.. Ed Clark, of North Oak [street. Attended Funeral. Mrs.. L. D, Stewart of South j Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 'Letsinger West street who attended the: and 'daughters Mary Elizabeth meeting of.the Inter-City Business j and Rita Catherine, attended the and Professional Clubs held at Elwood Sunday, remained in Elwood over'night the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Hubert Waymire and "husband. funeral of Mrs. Mary Phfol at Anderson Saturday morning. Mrs. Phfol was an aunt of Mr. Letsinger and a sister of the late Martin Letsinger. —and the Worst is Yet to Gome KEIJATIVE ytEAD. f ~ I ' ! John- Hartnmn Advised of Death of Uncle in Wayne Count)'. 6^ AND SAFETY -We An 44 Tears Old — We Have lived Throagh Ibis Country's Fbuudml Depressions and Paaics Mria« 1 44 Years and Have Never Paid Less Than B% o* I GET THE FUIX SIGNIFICANdE CF THAT I Assets, February 28,1930, 1042466.87 Undivided Profits, February 28, 1930 .... 7,71056 TIPTON BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION THE OLDEST SAVINGS INSTITCXICJf IN UPTON Talk It Over With Our Secretary, J. A. Lewis Home From Hospital. •John Hartman of thisj city has received word tihat^ his uncle, Samuel Hartman, S9 years of age had died at his home near Pershing in Wayne county jSatu'rday evening and the funeral-will be held Tuesday afternojon. Mr. Hartman will likelyj attend the services. • j j .The deceased had resided in Wayne county all of hisj life.. His wife died several years ago but three sons survive. He iii the last of several un-cles on both his father's and mother's side of the family of Mr.. Hartmah jand was the youngest of a family of several brothers. Herbert Hoover, son of Mr. and Mrs. Park Hoover of Hobbs, who underwent an emergency operation for acute appendictis a week ago last Tuesday at the Mercy hospital in Elwood was able to be brought home Saturday- evening.. The boy, whose condition was serious at first, has made a fine recovery and is get- ing along nicely. - After a few days recuperation, he' will be able to be up and about again as Usual. Return to .Medical School. Can't Make Payments, Boyd Burkhardt and his friend John Farrier, who have'. been- spending : the. past week, at the home of-Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Burkhardt. returned "to 'their work at tUe.Rush Medical college in Chicago Sunday. These -voting men have three more months at the school to complete their course and will then enter on their in­ terne work. ' Finger Lacerated. Walter McLeland of South East street" suffered a badly lacerated finger Saturday while at work at the Perfect Circle plant and it was necessary foj: the attending physician to take several stitches. The middle finger of the left hand in some manner got against the emery grinder and ih a twinkling the member was ripped open almost the full length. Is Improved. There is an improvement in the condition of Ethel Jeffreys the 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jeffreys of Hobbs, who' has been confined to the home with an attack of appendicitis. Dr. Warne found Monday [ that the case was yielding nicely ! toS treatment and that no opera! tion would be necessary unless I site suffered a second attack. Business Directory George Johnson, j who i was in.! Circuit court the j first of the \ month and entered - a plea of { guilty to wife and child ^desertion was in Tipton Sunday j evening and asked Sheriff j Devault to place him in jail until he could see Judge Mount j Monday tri court. . | Johnson was ordered j to pay §30 per month and released aft- 3i- being given a fine of $500 and i a six months' sentence, at the penal farm. He told the sheriff the first payment was due April 1 and that, he hail no money. Johnson says he has been employed by the Pennsylvania Tail- road company at Richmond but has been furloughed on accouttt- of there being a lull in husiuess. TIPTON COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION , J. P. KEMP, President FRANK B. RUSSELL, Scc'y. GIFFORD & GIFFORD Lawyers 13}£ Court St: Rhone 30» Perfect Defective Titles CULVER & PICKERING Make Abstracts Rooms 0-10, Standerford BidjJ. Phpne 107 Euchre Party. The members of the W. B. A. were entertained; Friday afternoon at a euchre party at the home of Mrs. Fred" Branson, on North Oak street, '• having! guests for seven tables for the game. Mrs. Omer-Bo'yd, was thej winner of the high schore prize, and Mrs. Will McCreary, of second liigh honor .prize. Mrs. Jessie j Hoffman, of Pern, was the winner of 1 the lone hand price. i | Everyone enjoyed a fine time and the members will sponsor another party to be | given in two weeks. The regular meeting of A, A. FLETCHER Attorney at Law Phones: Res., 1350; Oflicc, 50. East Jefferson St. TITLE GUARANTY and ABSTRACT COMPANY Farmers Loan & Trust Bldg. Phone 200 C. A. TAYLOR DR. V. H. COOPER Veterinarian Phones Otlue i:W Residence 1188 J. R. COLEMAN . Attorney North Side of Square Tipton, Indiana. the W. B. A. will Carl Kritsch, on street. • be with Mrs- North Conde Suit Is Brought.; The Curtisville Canning Co., has brought suit in |the city court at Elwood against the Globe and . - - i i------- • Rutgers Insurance Co. The Curtisville company is - asking . for S500. * • . I The complaint alleges jthe canning company took out 'the policy or. September 9, 1928] and under its terms two smoke stacks, #8, feet in height and 39 inches in diameter, .were protected: against windstorm. On'/January 18, 1929 these stacks were blown down, and the 'damage, - estimated' at paid], hy the Tipton Circuit Court Officers C. W. Mount, Judge. A. W. Bolton, State's Atty. Jesse Devault, Sheriff Irvin Miller, Clerk of Court R. P. Rice, pourt Bailiff Jessie F.. Grove, Reporter CLARK & MINER CO. Abstracts Insurance Real Estate Farm' Loans Court House Basement Phone 0 P UBLIC SALE On account of the sudden death of my husband, I am forced to sell the following property, located on the A. W- Charles farm, located 2% miles south of the junction of State Roads 28 and 31, and one-half mile west, on Sale to Start at 10:30 O'clock Three head of horses, two sets'of work harness, several farming implements, household goods and other article* too numerous to mention. * TERMS WILL BE MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALS Mrs. Harry Coll <*; fill m I"' H Al'tTIoX: Withoitt reserve,* on | \\'ednesda>. April 2. 2 p. m.. two residence propcrtirs at Pennville. .lay County. Indiana. Margaret Davis, owner; liberal terms. R. C. Fp-Land Auction Co.. auctioneers, Noblesville. Ind. ,1 S600£ not been ,l "v>.* company, s •• Mi. Phi Beta jPal. * - 5 The"rPhi -^eUjfPd Sorority will ^eet.Taesday .evenibg^ it 7:46 ^Mk ^V ^Mhoa HobM at ^mbomgWu Gre'eW street; Mem,- Late Moitel Used Care , One' .1929 Chevrolet Crape One 1929 (Tord Model A Coupe One 192V Chevrolet Dfiivt^ Truck One 1988Whippet B «te iedan One 1938 ChrytleT BMflfte 0iil9 »r <miMi^'Al0OTW J :t4 One-lf

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