The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 8, 1930 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 8, 1930
Page 5
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J. TRIBUNE CUSSIFIED ADS FOB SALE OB TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Good 40-acre farm; well improved. Roy Purvis. .. t£ EOR SALE—A real buy; 120-acre farm, veil improved, $65 an acre;. $2,000 will handle this deal. Roy Purvis. c-tf FOB SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Fries. John 1). Smith. Phone 1SX2. . <:-tf FOR RENT—Storage for furniture, pianos, stoves ;> clean audi dry. Phdne- 23. Ke'ssler. c-163 FOR RENIT j— Two modern furnished |or unfurnished rooms. Phone 4276. i c-1.61 1 PIANO TUNING—Home tuner. O. i E. Houtz. Phone 2137. i p-160 RADIO SERVICE—We specialize on expert, service work on all makes of sets; full line tubes, batteries, etc. MeJunkin Radio Shop. Phone 20X7. j c-tf FOR -REifT—-Modern double on West 20X1 efferson • street. FOR'SALE—Mastodon ever bearing. Premier, and Dunlap strawberry plants. Maple Side Farm, North of Windfall. p-li;_" FOR SALE—No. 5 Underwood; a real bargain at So5._ The Tribune Pressr - it FOR SALE ••— White .WjaiidoUe baby chicks. John 1>. Smith. Phone 1SX2. c-lUO FOR RENT—House, bath, 909' N, Mai or 4229.1 FOR RENT —r Very room and bath apa blocks from town! or 443S. . FOR RENT—Three! furnished rooms. East. Phone llSl. Call'; p-163 f 5 rooms and, i. Phone 36! HOOS1ER MINERAL FE mineral that is palatable \h cause it' is perfectly balance will refer you to. good, reliable feeders to to results. C. p. Mc- McNew, Tipton. c-161 MONEY TO LOAN desirable 8-1 artment, twb -i i FEDERAL FARM LOANS at 5& per cent; pre-payment j privi ' lege. D.S. Phares. c-tf FOR RENT-j—2 fuijnished rooms for light Housekeeping. Bock over, i ] I . • c-161 i Phone 140 c-tf PLENTY OF MONEY AT 5% per semi-modern [ ; cent , from 1 to 10 years, with 317 North ;j pre-payment priviliges ;j best c_t£ 1 loan in the state. • Standerford & Standerford. c-tf FOR RENT—pPart or all of C. J .FOR SALE — used years. Phone 3540. Majestic range, Mrsij Olin Evans, i ' c-161 FOR SALE— T- same as new. street. Tipton. •h-o Uiiiht 122 WesT plant. North p-164 '! Kiger- residence, semi - modern; large garden space; 315 N. Independence street • Phone 435"." Elks Home, 7 o'clock evenings. 1 I . tfi FOR SALIC — Polled Shorthorn bull, one-year .old. Phono Atlanta. Omer Sloan.' p-161 FOR SALE—Disc with tandem in Stood shape. Phone ill". Goldsmith. ChurchiMe Ha IT. p-161 FOR SALE—Class " ami baby bed. 5 •r cupboard Oak street. C-1K2 FOR SALE.—• Mammoth Pekin duck eggs, 50c setting. Edith • Illses. 3'/i miles south of Tipton. Phone Ekin. p-160 FOR SALE—2 bushels Big English clover seed, home grown, Mo bushel. .Will.Phares. Phone Goldsmith.' c-tf I FARM LOANS ! • Best loans in state, 5 to 20 years; interest annual or senli-annual with full payment privilege. Fielding Fielding. . c-tt Three Ribs Broken. I , •' ' FOR «KENT-j-Moifer[n rooms , water head. une Bldg. WANTED WANTED • 2161. WANTED Phone "5 0 0| WALL PAPER torily; halve Clark. Phdne 22!«5. hot Paul sistaut Egler ofi. Deihl street, as- engine tender at the Miller Hotel, Trib-, . . , E. Jefferson St. tf ! N "*el P.late round house, is off ; duty and confined to his home suffering from injuries received in a fall under an engine a week Washings. Phone | c-161 ago. Wall- piper Ray llluntor. clejaned canvas. Mr. Egler did not consult cleaning, j physician until Friday after he p-17J.|\vas hurt on Monday. The physi found three ribs on the left satisfac-j . k. M.'i C -1S2I. side were broken. WANTED—Cja'rden blowing, teaming and trucking right. Plake & Plake or 4249 .FOK SALE—Round dining- room • table. 222 South East street. Phone 1349. Mrs. R. P. Rice. c-161 FOR SALE — Badenoch's baby chick starter, $4.10; Sunflower 'egg mash, $2.95; Reefj brand oyster shell, $1.00 per cwt. .Fear-Campbell Co. c-tf . • \ WANTED—Work On IS. Call Bockovfer's Phone 485.! WANTED Wash bouse cleaning. Swing. Sharpsvill WANTED-—Gardens to plow and team work. Phone 3249. Al- '1*1 bert Shuppard. | c -164 WANTED —jYour paper Phone 1245. • we .do it Phone 55 p-164 farm;, boy Store, or Crl6i) ngs, ironings, Mrs. Tempie p. p-162 hanging. p-160 WANTED —] Paper cleaning; also Rosa Partlbw, 21 FOR SALE—Typewriter and adding machine, like iiew, $17.50; cash register^ iguititr, . banjo, cheap; shipped! free trial. Jayj. Steel. Cloves, U p-161j WANTED - jYour smithing, plow worli hanging and lniiuse cleaning. South Third. p-162 .NCT' I 'Kinos v- B:iirc.<!, Whiii- :oirl Huff Hocks; K««ls;. White Wyan-': Huff OrimiRlons. SU' per 100: SoT .uO PQr nun: 5110 per. l .ond. ^ lute and Brown Leffhorns. ?in per Ki0:~ $47.50 per 500: $90 per 1.000. Add lc per chick when n0 arc ship- l>t:<l. zc vlicli L':i. • Jieavv's each Mondav. Leghorns and Hftiivv s eitch Wednesday lliiosirr. ChickK •irf Jnine.xu-.-ty lwtched. Kmr flocks • -tilled In ad liv bend aw successive voar.s. Kai-ii order carefully stim-il. First class cliickH f6r lirst class price. Hoosier Hatchery. Mlclii- •ganlown. ln<L_ The Daily Wheeze I bumped my craz} 1 right •'Ouch! bone!" i"0, well, comb your hair and the bump won't show." • Notice to Taxpayers. Bible school at 9:30 I ; • I , Morning service at 10:30. j The Young Peoples meet wit|» Miss Jeanetjte pari Thursday!!evening. ! I 1 ' Mr. and Mrs. Walnut guests ot] Mr. and Myerly. and!sou Mrs. RoV ;Grove Lee: Myerly, were Mrs. Mr. arid Mrs. Franiklin [of Anderson Shaw oil, of t: Mr. jwi.ll row of Sunday i George Frye and his place and lYarling were iSunday! were Sunday guests of Mr. Mrs. William Ray. Mrs. Mary Yarling Esther jgucsts of Mr. and Mrs: son of AJrcadia. Mrs. J; Oscar Hefliii 111., is spending a few Miss Minnie Lamm. ! • Miss Est^lla Ray ;of Wilbur Clark and Itky of this ed.over the'week end with his sister, Mrs. JEzra Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. B.| Smith and delicious served. Phi Scudde'rl and grandson Carl Middleton werje called to Shelby, Mich., ".Tuesday by Ithe death of William Chowiiing who was a of ithe brother-in-law They rerhainecl for the was- service which and returned (to Thursday, i A \ Prof. J.H. daughter Heien of tended the JBoomerang" and | Miss; ei hy the senior class at the gym- Olt E chi-'! of J< liet, days with Lamm ! and AVilliam lis, Cyrus Sunday Quests of MrJ and Indianjapo Miss iljldha place vero Mrs. Darrow of Muncie, Mr. and! Mrs. Elwood barrow of thisiplace. Glen Ray spent the 'week end with Cedric Hinds of Orestes. Mrs. Juday, Mary Yarling, Mrs. Ruby Hughes Allie Clrbaugh Lariim w Mrs. Sarah Mrs. Elmer Myer Mrs. J. O. Hefliu of held their former, funeral Monday homes Brackemyre! and Cicero \ at- class : play, i "The whichji was present- nasium Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Elkanah Durbin of Noblesville' were'jthe week end guests of Dr. and! Mrs. E. B Moser. Mr. and and baby iof '(service of. Mrs..Mark- daughter, Addle were near Cur- Mrs. Ira Hansliew Saturday in Tipton. :; '." and Mrs. Madison* Wright who are both far" beyond 'jthe three score yearsr and ten, are quite [poorly at their home here. Mra. Wright- is troubled - with pleurisy and Mr. Wright..'-has a complication of troubles, incident to his' advanced-jage. HOBJ3S. j' Mrs. Frances Nettie Gilchrist . Edmonson, of - Hobbs Mrs. and Miss Esther Yarling, Mrs; Lena „ Yarling, Mrs. Florence: jjuday,: Mrs. Miss Minnie ere among those who attended guest 1 day at the Eas tern Star Auxiliary Thursday afternoon Mr. a'Jid Tipton, iet,! 111. Miss Minnie Lamm. were Sunday guestk of Lamm! and William WINDFALL!, Sant \Veaver who is empljoyed at Indianapolis but"! was spending ii Geo. Butner the week end here 1 was ice. R. Atlanta F. general black- horseshocing and : now i at your serv- i Miller/ south part of ' -! tf Notice is hereby given J.tiat the undersigned trustee of [Cicero township/Tipton County,, Indiana, will hold a special meeting of the advisory board of said township at, the office of the trustee in Tipton, Indiana, on April 15,| 1930, at 10. o'clock a. m., for the purpose of making an additional appropriation' of $500 for the 1 Ditch Repair Fund of said: township, hat the. taxpayers of said township may appear at said time and place and 'object thereto. I JOHN ; H. TRANBARGjER. 154-160 - Trustee Sunday and is under the quite ill care of a physician; He wasl able to return to his work taken not Weing er ofi WANTED-;—Hay. aily kind: will pay highest price. Call Fred Leach. Atlanta. Ind. Reverse telephone charge. p-168 LOST AND FOUND II. "I. RED BABY CHICKS—If you • have trouble with baby chicks, try these; hatched'in sectional incubator; big, , husky chicks that live and grow and lay-^and pay; blood tested and dark red; . also English Leghorns; day 4>ld or started- Maple Side Farm,'S . Mrs; c-16* miles north of Windfall- Clyde Coffin. , FOK BENT LOST — Saturday I night. , bovs Tipton high school senior ring, initials O. H.'Rcjport to Prof Stemen-or call 3291. c-160 Two 1928 Essex coaches; 1928 Essex coupe, R. S.j "26 Cbry«- ler 70 sport roadster; 1926 Oakland sport roadster; 1926 Jewett coach;. '24 Hupp «oupe: 1M4 Bulck coupe;|*M1 ESMI SSRVIOf M( oo. Slierlff's Sale. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a 'certified copy issued out-of the clerk's office of Tipton county, of the judgment and decree rendered in the Tipton Circuit Court, in a cause where lin the First National Bank, of Tipton, is plaintiff, and Lewis M'. Hanley, Albertie Hanley, Lotas E. Burkhardt and Arana Burkhardt, are the defendants; being Cause 13501 Wherein plaintiff recovered a personal judgment.against the [defendant and a: foreclosure of mortgage against the following, real estate, to-wit: The west half-of lots aU (6) and seren (7) In block twenty-aeven (27) in the - south addition In the town,' 1 now city of Tlptpn, in Tipton cotfnty.Mndlt ana,, being -tor Six hundpd »»d ferentjcrOne dollars ahdtweftty-slx cents (|6'M.J6)C.and,co|t-and ac- crntar cost,;. J;; i-:;..^-:,; : :'. i v «iyj|fc>M^is^''a«'iTj^yt' inly, tndlana^M^tte/Mikprff confined to his bed. There are a numb of Influenza here. Among are: Mrs. Fred Kelso,'' Mrsi etta Carter., Fred Kelso is, recovering from an'! attack. | Mr. and Mrs. Frankj Berry daughters spent Sunday \ in derson the guest of, friends. Mr., and Mm. Arthur Whitehead and family of Elwood the Sunday guests pf||Mr. Mrs. Frank Null. ,! Kalphlstych and Miss Ida! of Kokolno were the; Saturday] night guestH of Mrs; ilda ^Berry I 'Of Jbl- Mrs. Bartley Boone Kokomo spent Suii- iday with Mrs. Rosetta Caster. | - Mr., and ivijs. B.j B. Perry of iKokomo^ were the Sunday night Iguests of Mil |and Mrs. J. C. Day land Mrs.' E.j Perry.j ' j . | Miss Eugenia Nunemacher of Indiana University was the week-end guest ofj Mr. and MrsJjW. U. Morford. ^ Joseph Hunter of Miami, Fla., who is a brotherTin -lawVof Mr. •and Mrs. Fijed Lott spentj Monday and' Tuesday at the Lott [home. Mr. Hinter was enroute'to Cuba, going! in the interest of a itirm who hay oil wells in Cuba. Mr. : and jMrs. Roy Middleton and son Carl entertained Mr.' and !Mrs. Carl Scjudder and daughters Ruth Charleue and!Margaret and jMr. and: Mrsi ;Phi Scudder at din: i- i : 1 i ' ner Sunday jthe occasion beiug ithe sixty-niiith anniversary of 1 : : i 1 the birth of] Mr. Scudder. i j Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Butner had as their Sunday guests C. O. Butner of Anderson, Mr. and oases them Pps- just and An- tvere and tegg of Kokomo i Charles Butner of ! Indiana verslty! spent Mrs. and Uni- with the week end his grandparents. j Mrs.Charles. Riffe. andj Miss Eva Belle R ffe spent Tuesday in Kokomo. • | .: Miss'Ruth PIckard, former music instructor, in the schools here, the class : play Friday attended evening. j Mr. and Mre. Thurman Markle 'and baby of Sunday with Mr Summers. i | \ Will Winesj of Phlox was a Monday, dinner guest of |iis sis- tisville Sunday, dinner guests Clouser. Harris and ^trohp and sons, dinner guests of S. Batzner n'ear iVlrs. Maude 1 Stewart . of Elwood were iThuniday afternoon guests of Mrs. Ja;ie Hobbs south of Hobbs. i ;' • ' | Mrs. Get rge were Wedn;sday| Mr. and Mrs.-J. Hobbs. i George Zittinger,.. Ted Hobbs and sou H< wardji" were • Chicago visitors las; wejek. -They drove through bri ngingj back repairs for the dredge which' is working near Tiptoii. j j Mrs. Eail Weaver and daughters. Opal and Helen,were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Powell! nort)i of Hobbs. | MrS. Not a Crubaugh , has returned to ier home near Hobbs from Washington, D. C. She spent the winter there!with her sister, 'Mrs. George McCarty and . bus? •band.! | Dale Mu :ui of ;Elwood visjtec! Saturiday in Hobbs with Mr, and Mrs. Earl l-ToiUday and family.. | ;MrJ and Mrs. Clyde Burroughs and family and Mrs. Moliie Gantz of Torre Haute were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell| Mr. and Mrs. Floyd daughter, Helen of Indianapolis spent Sunday in Hobibs with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harris: ' .Mr. and Mrs. Delbfert Book of Tipton , visited Sunday in Hobbs with Mr. and Mrs. Elton Book. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ramsey of At J lanta spent Sunday in Hobbs with Mr: and Mrs. Wayne Riley. Mr. and. Mrs. Clarence Durham and family were at Kokomo Saturday and Sunday, relative guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred] Shook. • Mrs.- George Hinds! and daughters were Sunday evening guests of' Mrs. John Zittinger and family. ': Mr. and Mrs. Joe M.u-tleus en tertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tom Snipe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mullens of near Windfall. . Mrs. James Caster had as her dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and House and j Mrs. Thilla De week | in- Elwood Mrs. Frank Goings and born.j : Ray Bai- hes spent Sunday in Hobbs throat and Richmond 1 and Mrs. spent J. C, ter Mrs. 1 Glen ily. j ' | ; Miss Isabelle Francis and { fam and Sunday guests / v^eut James Steel operation for appendieitis \veeks ago while visiting at fayette. {They found the but that and Mr. the latter audi to Anderson to who underwent! her see. an two La- youn yet man had not returned! home the father,'Hugh Steele and Mrs.-Herbert Stout had gone to Indianapolis to- meet James and that he i would home sometime Sunday evening Mr. and Mrsi Ikei Graham' of Indianapolis spent: Sunday l/wlth the latter's sister Mrs. jjohnJ Baker -and family. |. : -'.. 1/ j ; . .|"•: '• Charles Steidle of the Dan ville. Norjm^l • has : b^eu spending the!; weelt;Jendi.iwhhi ihjiBi parentB Mri and kfs Charles Steidle Robert Carrie o( Jnkunaj Vnl- versfty spent iihe' weekj endv^ith his] pare^. Mr. and jirp. F Cncrie ihi nday:sclk be Hstjdley ot De-; JPauw University ' was the i week end guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. 1 Gordon jHadley and they all fipont Suhday iln South Bend the gueBts of friends. Rev., and Mr. L. It. Gray and son have gone to Indianapolis to be the guests of friends tor a'few '•'•I ' i "It days, : Mr. .and Mrs. Ira Hanshew were at Elwood Sunday, the guests of Will Solomon and family and Mr. and Mrs. -i Arthur Queer;the latter being quite, ill with ulcers-o,! the stomach.' i Mrs; Dale Hanshew and daughter Drasilla 'at Noblesville | were Saturday^linnler guests of Mr. and .JMreli ^lefirie^ M '' Mrs,, Abb>! Dennis andittaucb- ter day son Mrs, m daughter, Iva. - ong visited last with Mr, and • Clevenger, Mrs. Ora Mr. and Mrs. Ola Os- Muncie with friends. .: MrJ and Wrs. 0. E. Hobbs were Kokomo visitorsi Thursday. Mr., going up ' to .'consult a head j specialist. -. j LLoyd Daniels of.Chicago, spent the w ( eek end near Hobbs' ; with his parents! Mr, and 'Mrs. -Davy Daniels., j JMr.j andr Mrs. JJ. W. Swinford and Mr. anil Mrsi Basil-Swinford and daughter were Sunday guests offl'Miy and Mrs. Otto Drake- of •Cicero. • .! • ;. . | |MrJ and Urs. Hoy Hobbs and Ella Good were at Muncie visiting i -with Robert and .Mrs. .'Ruel 'Mrs 'Sunday Hobbs and Mr. Good. '•'Mr.] aud Mrs. Basil .Swinford entertained on Friday Mp and Mrs.' Chester Quyle of- Elwood and Mrs. Dcj Munbrum of Indian apolis Mr.'and Mrs. Thomas Brogdon had as their Sundav guests, Mr ill Brogdon and-Miss of: Elwood Downing and dauglf- spent Saturday in guests of Mr. and Mrs. Minor Batter, -! -Miss , Edit|h ' Brogdon -was • the Sunday- Quests' of Mr. and - • Mrs.' Harley.! Reynolds' of Elifaod. HlMii|ori,-Hat^^ Bj6^ 'ot 'liij *o4 "d"'"'"^rir'-"' f *rtaay were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs!; Chester Kirscb of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Koors, Sr., of Milihansen spent Sunday near Hobbs with their son Joe Koors, Jr. and family. •< • MV. and Mrs. David Stafford had; as their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bond of Cicero and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mock and> son Donald of Eliwood. Jlr. and Mrs. Byr|on Dennis and son, Gene- of ! Montpelier spent Sunday in Hobbs with Mr. audi Mrs. J. M. Dennis'. 'Mr. aud Mrs. Scott Frances entertained Sunday .Mr. and Mrs. Hailie Achenbach and family of near Tipton, Miss Lela Good. MIsa Iva House and Miss Addie Click. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Retherford of Windfall visited Sunday in Hobbs with Mr. and Mr3. Clinton Less. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Caster entertained Sunday J|r v and Mrs. Berjt Castor and family of neat New Lancaster and Mr. anil Mr3. Walter Caster anil family o£ IllltlllS. .f till II Unlilis was at Kokomo Monday visiting with Woodson Hobbs. who is a patient in a hospital I here. He is said to be" a very siok man suffering with a. dropsical -condition. He lias sub- Mrs. Roy Foutch and family of mitted to two operations to drain Goldsmith and Mrs. Inez Hobbs and daughter Cynthea of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Neely we're at Fairmount Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Persinger. and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Brogdon had as their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. .Ray McNew aud Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Scott of Anderson. . Mr. and Mrs. Guy- Barnes and family spent Saturday and Sunday south .'of-Hobbs with Mr. and ; Terwilliger. Mrs. W: A. Nance and family. Mrs. Ethel HUM.H and children 'Mrs. Emma Hobbs of Hobbs. /were dinner guests Sunday «f off! the fluid that had accumulated around the heart. Sliss Virginia Harris returned to her home in Indianapolis San- (hi'f after spending the spring vacation here with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Harris. , Mr. aud Mrs. Arthur Terwilli- gi'r and son of (amba spent the week end north of Hobbs. with Mrs. Flora Terwilliger and family.! SUi^dny they visited at Fair- moiint with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mrs. Will Hobbs of Curtisville and. John'Hartman of Tipton! were Sunday dinner puests of Mr. and Mrs.. Clintie Hobbs near Un-.| ion Chapel. , I Mr. and Mrs. Franc Ackles entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harvey-Meyers of Indianapolis. -Estle rLegg and sister Edna Mri). Lydia Hi*l>bs north o!f town. Schell's Drag Store Everything "in the Wne -j— Also Majestic Electric Radios WINDFALL all be DEOPLE who^ are feeding pnr mash at present * say their chicks are doing- fine. It will not long until, corn planting time! and you should have a John Deere corn planter. We have them on hands- Also fertilizer on hands. j Hobbs Grain Co. and .Mrs. Wi Ruth Taylor! ,j .Mrs. Ella ter, Bernell Elwood. the r.. si an4 M"rs. Chris 4 Notl of Sale ol Ibc HoosttoM Cttds ol Mary Cige Deceased I The Sharpsville Bank, as acinunistrator, will «ell ait pub- I lie auction the household goods of Mary Cage, deceased, at the residence on the Thomas Cage farm, three-quartim a£\ 1 a mile north and one and one-half miles east of lliarpa-j \ ville, on the 12th Day of Arpl Said Sale to Begin a 1:00 O'clock P. M Said) property consists of carpets, rugs, steads, feather beds, quilts, pillows, comforts, I other articles of I bedding, three wardroc cabinet, dining room taibke, three tnkt^'aski aitldes too niinwroiu'

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