The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 4, 1930 · Page 7
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TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED 1 ADS FOR SALE OR TRADE [FOR SALE—' NO. 1 mixed hay. Ray: Quellhorst. Phone 2X5. c-157 ' jFOR RENT -— Five-room house, I semi - modern, North Independence. John Rickard, Phone 42X0. c-i59 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE —Good 40-acre farm; well improved. Roy Purvis. t£ WANTED FOR SALE—A real buy; 120-acre farm; -well improved, $65 an .acre; $2,000,will handle this deal. Roy Purvis. * c-tf FOR SALE—Good 5-room house to some, one that will pay 515 120 times' without any interest. Learell land Fuller. c-157 FOR SALE—No. 5 jUnderwood; a real bargain at ?35. The Tribune Press. tf .WANTED—Gardens to plow team work.. Phone 3219 ! bert Shuppard. •{ and ' Al-158 coming one year jold. Durham, Phone 14X0. W. -,S. ; c-158 ! FOR SALE — Jersey male calf: THOROUGHLY equipped saleslady in women's wearing appa rel to operate; a branch in her own home for a large credit organization; must be well known in Tipton and surrounding! sub uvbs and have lived in Tjipton many years; must furnish A-l i references, giving a full detail of yourself toVBox 2Q2, Koko mo, Ind., p-159 FOR. SALE — Houeshold furni-i ture. Phone 3468. 471 Colum-! bia avenue. I c -1591 FOR S.ALE — 1G | fine feeding, i .'jlibats. Jaines Phimmer, Phone i i07. Windfall, j c-159! FOR SALE—6-room house, garage and one acre of ground at edge'of Tipton, on payments; j R R RED BABY J C H 1CKS _K vbuj •possession at once. Leavell «! . Fuller. ' U . c-157 FOR SALE: PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE-f-German roller birds. male and {female, ard, Atlanta. Carrie Leons c-157 FOR SALE—19 head, o'f feeding shoats. Phone Atlanta! Bozell. have trouble yitjh baby chicks, i WANTED — Your general' black- try these; hatched in sectional incubator; bi^, husky chicks that live and grow and lay and pay; blood tested and dark red; also English Legjhorus; da\yold or started. Maple Side Farm, 3 i/WANTED —• Your paper miles north of Windfall.* Mrs..] Phone 1245: • Clyde Coffin.. | ' c -l8oi ~~ smithing, horseshoeing and plow work; now at your!service. R. F. Miller, south pirn.of Atlanta. • - tf hanging. p-1'60 ary Society ARCADIA. The 1 Woman's Home Mission Willi meet Friday evening at .the home; of Mrs.f Floyd Cunningham with! Mrs. I Fre'd Waltz as the^leader. The Young iMarried Peppljjs class taught by JAlva ' Davis will have d class party in the basement Jf the 1 church Thursday eyfe- fcAGSga^aa*-' We Are 44 Yearr Cotuttry's fiaandal i 44 Yean and Have OBT THB FUIiL 8I3NIFICANCE Assets, March 31, 1930 Undivided Profits, March 31,1930 TIPTON BUILDING AND LOAN THE OLDEST SAVINGS INSTITUTI' Talk It Orer With Qu Secretary, 9.00 28.00 _ 282:53 r 105.00 ning and all members are-urged to be present. Several important, business items are to to b'e i di cussed; aftejr which a social time will be enjoyed.' 1 t Mr. land returned to their home in son after aj week's visit w and Mrs: pj.t McGill. Andep llli Mr Dr.. Tyner Boy i Earl Shockney and Lyrtn j Rhortebaugh is employed^ !| j accompanied a number -bf j Mr. and 'Mrs. Clayton'iRhode- Scouts | to; Iiidiajiiapor Thursday where the boys Ralph IFOR SALE — White Wyandotte c-157 FOR SALE;—Garden traitor, two brooder stoves. Ed Harter. • FOR SALE—-Apples, $1.75" and $2.00 a.bushel. Glen H. Smith, Apple Eden Farm. . p-157 FOR SALE—Mastodon ever bearing, Premier and Dunlap strawberry plants. Maple Side. Farm, North of Windfall. ' p-162 FOR SALE -r -Fries. John D. Smith, i Phone 18X2. c " t£ FOR SALE— 2 cows and 1 horse. Phone .4441. c-159 FOR SALE — Mammoth Peking duck eggs, 50c setting. Edith Illg.es, 3 % milep south of Tipton. Phone Ekin. p-160 FOR SALE — Two coining two- year-old heifers; five - coming yearling, heifers. " Charles. H. Michel, route 1, Tipton, p-159 FOR SAL(i—Ford--half ton delivery truck. Hillafd Lbsey.^ ..''•' c-159 FOR SALE — Seed eorn; Reid's Yellow Dent, germination tested. Percy' Ressler; half ..mile north, 1 %. miles east of Hobbs. Route. 4, Tipton. .- c-157 FOR SALE—'Poultry house. 16x 32. well built ;'also building, 1C x28. Pho'ne 2606. E. H. Giles. p-156 . FOR , SALE '•—Badenoch's baby chick starter, $4.10; Sunflower egg mash, $2.95; Reef brand • oyster shell, $1.00 per ; cwt. Fear-Campbell "Co. '. c-tf FOR . SALE 1 — Vijctrola with records, library table; also young. . man 's suit of clothes hi good condition; very reasonable. Phone 4255. • . ' "< • . c-158 FOR SALE — One. 15-30 Ihterna- ' tional tractor, thoroughly ^overhauled; payments if'''desired. No. 4' Masonic Bldg. Phone 25. ' " .7 j c : 158 FOR SALE]—A few hundred odds and ends in heavy chicks^ first . quality, for $11 per hundred; •one are started; first j come,; . first served;; Tipton Hatchery. r c-168 jMty PRICES — Barred. Bads: White Wyanflattas: .JBuff sOaitaaUw*. IB per.,,. COM. baby chicks. Phone 1SX2. John D. Smith. c-ICO FOR/RENT FOR RENT—Si Phone 2202 1,/REN' jemi -moi dern house. c-157 FOR RiENT— . S. wkstiSt. FOR R|E NT- Main Modern house 113 , Mrs. Joe Innis..' tf Garage, 465 North Phone 1424. c-tf FOR RENT—Three semi-modern furnished rooms. 317 North East.j Phone klSl'. • c-lf FOR RENT—Modern house, well located; built-in features; garage;.$24. Phone 1524. c-tf FOR RENT—-.Very desirable .- : -3- room and bath apartment, two blocks from town. Phone 140 ': or'443S>. c-tf FOR RENT—House, 5 rooms and bath, 909 N. Main. Phone 36 or 4229. ' . c-lf FOR RENT—One 6 -room and one 4-room house; good location. Phone .2426. c -tf FOR RENT"—Furnished 2 -room apartment.' Mrs. Fred Branson,. 210!'- Oak. Phone 4177. \ . , c-159 FOR RENT—Upper jstory of five rooms, 27 Mill street; also 5- rooni house on. North Independence. -iWm\ Findling. Phone 10X6. ' . ' c -tf FOR RENT—Part or all of C. J. Kig-er' residence,^ senii-;iriod- '. ern; large garden space; 315 N. Independence street. Phone 436, Elks Home, 7 Ings, o'clock even' tf FOR RENT —6-rbdm semi-modern house, 122 Poplar street; rent reasonable.. Phone 33X6. c-158 KOR KENT—Modern rooms; hot jwater heat. Miller Hotel, Trih- * nne Bids.,: E. Jefferson St. tf Two 1928 Essex coaches; 1928 Essex coupe, R. '26 Chrysler 70-sport roadster; 1926 Oakland sport;roadster; 1916 Jewett coach; 'U ^npp conpe; 19»4 Bnlck coap«r; jltlS Baasi SESVIOI MOTOt Op. STENOGRAPHER — Five years' . experience, desires any kind of office or clerical work.- Call 1459. , . P-15S WANTED—Hay, any kind;! will .pay highest, price. Call ; Fred Leach, Atlanta, Ind. Reverse; telephone charge. jp-168 LADIES wanted to string beads at home; send addressed enyelope for particulars; experience unnecessary. Ivory Noyeltv Co. 113! Fourth Fourth Avenue NeW York City. - jp-157 WANTED—To clean your! wall ' "paper. Phone. 168. Claude Jolly. . .P-159 WANTED — Farmers and others to know I have all kinds , of wagon repairs, sjngle jtrees; double trees and everything in this line. Cal Boldon,' Bmkley. Building. |c-157 MISCELLANEOUS -• ! Si PIANO TUNING—Home tuner. O. E. Hoiitz. Phone 2137. p-160' EPILEPTICS^-AVill tell you how I \yas cured from dreadful! mal. ady; snothing |to sell; writje F$p. .Volpert, Dept B-92, Boxj 117.; Little Rock, Ark. P^157 RADIO SERVICE—We specialize on expert service work on all makes of sets; full line tubes.' batteries, etc. McJunkin Radio Shop. Phone 20X7. ; I. c-tf HOOSIER -MINERAL FEEDS—A • mineral • t^hat is palatable be"cause it is:perfectly balanced;; will refer you-to^goodj reliabft i feeders! to to'results;- C. p. M'c- McNew, Tipfbji- 7 lc-161 MONET TO LOAN FEDERAL FARM LOANS at 5% perp cent; pre-payment privilege, j). S. Phares. " c-tt PLENTY. OF MONEY AT 5tf peri! cent, from 1 to 10.years, with pre-payment prlviliges; best] loan in the .stata. ' Standerford & Standerford. c^tf FARM LOANS — Best - l^ans In state, S to 10 years; intaraat annual or saml-aanaal with -flili pmyment prltrljat*. fllaldlas^K fielding, , r c-tf M 4 m swimming test |atj the Y. M. ;C. The following | boys, nya<je; the George! Robdrt trip: Genej Dickovei-, Knapp; John j Griffith, Shaffer. Junior Hope, Keck Rijil Mr. and called on day.' Mrs lings, Jim Shockney, Geo, and Paul Martin. Mr. Tui) r - , I 1 Scout Masfer.: j ' Mrs. L Harveyi Mrs! Wilbur Hiatt the Noblesville Hospital Hiattl underwent' operation hut is doing nicely and: r jhorne! he expected to return to the first of| the-week. I j j j. M | ; - and Mrs. Mr', and Mrs. jcarl Campbdll. kami'y-- iWcdi Mr.; and mg Announced. Mrs. S. |K. .Stansbury, of jNorth Green street, Ij'ajre received 1 the: wedding announcement "of Harold C. Rhodebaugh and Miss JBerniqer Holmes, of Frankfort, j whiclij took place S1.53 12.75 '4.20 55.90 167.00 j 91 .61! j 2.00 i 13,45 75.00 75.00 75.00 ' 75.00 Frankfort, ! Saturday, March 22. The groom is ia '[former : Tipton young man, and well known as he| resided.'here with his parents, MrL and Mrs. ClaytonRhode- ! baugh, on Green street. . I ' i The bride is the daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. O.! W. Holmes, of , • i , , • ., i Frankfort," and is also known -.to [Mrs.! John McGill havej m ^ y | Tipto)] pe^, havin ^ ja frequcntj :vigitoi- here. | ; • 1 i The newlyWeds will make their !homej in Frankfort, where ; itr' took; Glaze ne j In |loving remembrance of our I darling daughter;and sister; Miss : Grayce P. Gu^nn j who died | April 14th, 1927, just three yearsago. Hiatt- So | lne j da y> some j time our eyes at; Satilr-! Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shafc is lier of son and Mrs. Ed Whisler were Indianapolis I visitors Friday. \.,-; Alice Krause of Ind(ia!napoj|. spent-ithe- week end ! wi 'ti mother, Blanche Grause Mr. '• and Mrs. j Ivan Jordan Indianapolis spent Saturday and Sunday with the former's sisters Mary Jordan and isabeiuj' Shorter, John Nbble I who is ^employed in Munciej spent; the week end with his wjife and daughter. Mrs. Linnie Stauter returned home Saturday 'from Bradentown Fla., having spent the ! there with her son I Mr. and Ira Staute:. of | Peru. ' Mr.: anc Mrs";! Roy; Bardonifer and daughter j of Martinsville spent.the week end here. Miss-Helen Tombp lof I Indianapolis jspe it the j week! lend with Mr. and Mrs. ;B.; F.| Turner. and is i baagli a'j neighbors of Mr K-jbury. . ' ;family are former and Mrs.! Stans- In M<'ni»iiam. shall- see' The dear:fajce kept.in.memory. : Some) day, sometime, we'll clasp her.handj Just over in the Morning Land. __ 88.00 lid winder M oi-sidis T. R. -Gtiuu and Mrs. Virginia McCray, of Kent- laud, who is chaperoning a group fbfj Sunshine girlsj of the Kentland high [school, is the. guest during the convention of Rev. and Mrs vj Andrews' it the manse on NJ Ni.ftli Conde (street. Miss Marioii Siott, of Grove, Grove sponsor ciety,! is the guesi These are decadent times! Think howjeasily Nick Carter or Biiffaio ..Bill (would have turned the tables hen Claims : to be] considered by; the at the April 7th commissioners session. : . 1 ivin j Miller,,! sajary deputy Banion, on South West street. for the ; Center ICenter high school Sunshine soot Miss; Frieda taken for a Legal Notice. ride. and $231.66 Al,Kendall, same 1-— 254.98 Merlin Maish, salary and expense; __ —._—: Blue Front Drug Store, account, treasurer H. Leiber; Co., surveyor W. JBi Bhrford, same _.-— F. L. Moiteynolds, salary. F. S. PuJEih, same _•_ '_: A. |EL BWkhardt, health• department '.— Harker : & Speckbaugh, same ^ '. -—--— E.'iL.! Meyncke. commissioner, —--• .1. H. Harper, same -— Z. A. Watson, same j. F. Pyke, county attor- f iiey — -— Eva May Pape,'truant of j ficer •D. JC. Wiggins,. assessing, j Cicero -township- __•—,— I-i 'Ei Trimble'i same _ Sam Myers, sanies Forest Myers, same —;__ Jessie Trimble, same Ed Trimble, same _li M. C. Marshall, 'Madison township poor —:— N. 'I. Boldon^ Ciero township poor "—: —-Lane's Coal Yard, same.. G. H. Warne, same . Moore & Moore, same John Albers, same _ Sterling Grocery, same _— A- E. Burkhardt, same — Harker •& Spe.ckbaugh, same —— C. Keever,.' Jefferson township poor. ~— -_Kempton iLbr. Co.,'same_ .1. B. McCarthy, same .L^^ Ernie Quick, same-.: : Lively's Store, Liberty township poor '— T —Jacob "Frez, same —E. • B.' ; Moser,. Wildcat • township poor' . Farmers iGrain and Supply Co., same _'• ;_--Jesse Devault, sheriff, salary and expense W." A. Kendall, clerk of the; council and board of finance —. Economy _ Store, Cicero township poor C-.-j L. Hobbs, treasurer, salary;'. ;_'—-George j F. Schulenborg, janitor 's salary City i of Tipton, .light and \ water'; ----'— : Tipton (Telephone - Company, county service _1 Bryan Bros., tourf house supplies L.f—'' Sv LJ Ulrich, jajil repairs- Gas Co.,] fuel ^or jail Mrs. J. F. Rayls, matron country farm -——'.Sal lie Salter, Ubor at the county farir _ ;—— Kate O 'Donnel , same Ollie Heniry, sr me —; Ellen Burton, same II. J. Benson, county farm . supplies -'———-Lane's "Coal Yard^same Hdrry Wittman, same 192.56 Hobbs Grain ftp., samel- 47.73 Hummer Plow Works, same i ':— Farmers \ Oil •& Supply Co., same —-—-'---.-' Bo'stpn Store, tame _' OJjW. Collins, same —— Shell-American .same w— J. J. Mcintosh '& - Sons, same "-' _-•—• :-• Windfall ;Dry Goods Co.; Wildcat township poor- White's Indiana Manual Training Scliool; ;— Tribune, printing and sta-r tionery .A— —— C;A. Taylor, tax refund- Edward Bloom, balance on Ripberg er : b 'idge — Frank \ Null, 'balance on 7S.00 78.00 104.00 - 7S.00 ,73.00 104.00 10.00 10.00 8.00 145.00 2Q.0O ' .8.00 IS. 56.50 3.19 19.<)0 .39.40 28.S5 V 1-S9 11.86 : 74.45 , ! 53:00 4 0.7 5 ._ 192.95 .--54:16 .10.00 200.00 ] 85.00 ••' 7.9.10 ' 43.90 19.20 41.55 5.70 35.00 lo.QO - 35.00 •" 45.00 35.00 42.35 61.42 .49,70 .1.25 11.71 i -32.00 28.32 | 9.00 ]'21.70. 202.5* ' 71.07 25.7.75 Mitchell; brid ie -.W: Q. McNeall, jsewer pipe 2964'.89 Boarj of Chlldj-ens Guar. : '" ' diana IT—-lJ _Lw_^_:^ 1 R. H. Xett &. 8on, Cicero township poir Tipton; MlUlhg Co., cdnn.-. '^"j^fttrmit.^. ^._>.^„* H .nLi : ' : Webh.';- Ralph V. vrjSn'f: In'ausst : ROM J. : -Td11e,^raT«l'road jsfetaif^^.. Batch[ Oara^lsstoe 3.25. 100.00 25.56 198.30 18 15 ss.Vs 7..0ff in? J.-V. Carter, same _J ;_ - - i J. V.- Carter, county farjn Lew J. Richards, sala •'. and mileage T. O. Andrews, inspection bridges A. N. - Wooldridge, assesjs- ing Liberty townshipi- 104.00 Pearf Wooldridge, sameJ.-- 78.00 W. B.. kinder, Cicero ' township poor ' L 49.00, George Arkenau, county farm ___. 3.55 Corhpton's, gravel road, county farm, court house and jail i_ 70.05 J. J. Kessler, gravel road - repair Vii_ 19.48 F, A. Pape, county farm- 6.45 Ray H. Bower; deputy surveyor and mileage —'.— 207.60 John Richards', deputy surveyor. — -i- 90.00 Burford Printing Co. _i_ 59.54 Kiger & Co., gravel road repair _-i 495.00 Zehner & Zehner, Wildcat township poor 1__ 38.25 P'.J. Moulder, gravel road repair ! 149.05 W. S. Durham, same __L^ 6.25 | W. E. Riffe, same 77.00 j W. J. Cooper, same . 44.00 i Asher Burkhart, same ! 19.75 M, A. Ogle, same L_ 162.75 1 K. B. Trimble, same i_ 151.65! C. W. Mitchell, same __L_ 45.nr>l W. -B. Hpbb's, same —L_: 70.1)0 j Lewis Rogers, same L_ SO.50; Beh.H. Smith,- same __L_ 9!).5lll Jesse RoeeKj, same i 25.75 F. W. Baur, same 55.25 E-. .r. Doversberger. samb_ 84 .00 Harry Bo'yer, same ! S4.00 W..T. Clab'aiigh, same _L_ 25.3.0 Harry Burkeft, same -.1-. 103.25 jlontev'ille Furr3 r . same L_ 59.50 Harold M.Losey, same S 1.00 Edgar Hershman, same -__-lS.00 John Kenwbrthy, same , 80.15 N. S. Webb, same 4-—L_ 161 ,50 Noble Smith, same. ___L_. 55.00 J. W. O. A Carl C. C A. D John Bern J. D. J. N. ......$641,188.10 11,222.24 ASSOCIATItn CN nr UPTOM ; ; I. A. Urn* O'Malley, same 4R.50 Burkett, same 40.50 Foster, same 52.05 Bowlby. same 62.4S Whisler, same 1S7.50 Dewitt, same 108.85 e E. Lewis, same __ 66 .50 Adams Co., same __2460.15 Spidel. same Jama's Storms, same Robert Phares, same Smitti & Ebert, same __ — j Kem )ton Motor Sales Co., same ._ il McEntee & Son. sane Fora Hinkle. same Fore;it G. Hinkle. same __ Kokqmo Stone Co.. same () S Siess. same Standard Oil Co.. same — George Rieheling, same— Aldridge, same oe Teter. same N.. R| Rose Davijl M. Smith, same I H. J ! Davi ! Win. . ' Roscpe Teter, same; IN. R I Shell[ Fred[ ! Siui-'l I J..R (."ha* N( Schrader Co., same. . M. Smith, san^e -J. Call, same' Aldrfdge. sume -American, same Moelter. same ;iir Refining-Co.. name Cnchran. same C (ratlinutii. same- Forest Hinkle, same W. A. 157-163 58 .12 31.93 4.00 50.00 CS.3S 6.00 52.50 21.00 1352.98 110.00 194.97 106.50 279.15 i .ao 17.28 1.25 17.28 46.50 4.80 279.15 2)S5.4» 1.20.40 InO.od 98.50 77.75 :;i.50 KENDALL. Auditor. Notice of .Idniiiii-itnition. tice is hereby given that tl|e undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Tipton County, State of Indiana, administrator of the .'state of Emn.a Huckstep, late of Tipton county, deceased. Said estate is supppsed to be solvent. ! LEWIS HUCKSTEP, April 2, 1930. Administrator. GIFfORD & GIFFORD. At] torneys. 157-63-69-75 Notice Sweet corn a few farmers, hot been reached OUR GUARANTEED THE 1930 CROP And in View of the Farm Products ers a acreage contracts are available to since our factory capacity has {PRICE FOR IS Uncertainty of Prices on Other This Offers Farm- Profitable' and Assured Return. Ton more tium toy* 1110 in any of the can liit«i below: i inaiii I OnelOMCbivrolet One 1M9D annt Coup* year's di predatiea Oonpe.;' Tumfele teat.'. J

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