The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 10, 1930 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, April 10, 1930
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'? For Hen and Young Men You'll find style and quality at the right price—in. tbis plan's store. Your inspection is earnestly invited. AND UP M. HAAS & SONS SHB TIPTON DAILY TRlfitfNB SUES OV BOND. Clyde Heaton Asking S2000 Damages for Ejection From -Farm. GETTING SEED IX GROUND. Many Farmers of jCounty Havel Their Peas Sowed at This Time. Many farmers of this have their peas sowed " countyi j -.1 .already A suit out of the ordinary' was placed on the trial docket of the Tipton Circuit, court Thursday morning in which Clyde Heaton •^s plaintiff and Wilbur R. Stanley and' the' Metropolitan Casualty Company are defendants. Heaton is asking damages in the sum ot $2,000 from the two defendants following his ejection from a farm owned by the defendant Stanley in Miami county. According to the complaint Heaton'was the tenant on 156 acres of Stanley 's in Miami county and Stanley instituted an action for possession. He filed ejectment proceedings and a bond in the sum of $2,000' which provided he would pay all costs andithis cropland a number-of pet- damages it the proceedings at the isons are trying the: venture, final hearing were not sustained. J which is said, to be a very profit- "Sbis, according • to com* jiable one especially if-the season plaint, was March 25, 1929, and j!is "favorable, the* sheriff of Miami county and Carl Scudder of the Windfall factory who was here Thursday, as a member of the regular jury panel, stated the ground was wo'rking better than jfor several seasons. The Windfall plant has a good acreage of this crop, for.' the present Reason. ! . Mr. Scudder stated that the Windfall factory, which this year [will can green beans, lexpected to 'have about 50 acres in this crop, j Planting, will start about the 10th of May and the harvesting of the crop will take place in .about 60 jdays, according to Mr. Scudder. This .'will ll>e the first- season for HlYS HUTCHISON" FARM. Guy -Gunning Will Not Occupy Possession Immediately. Stood Trip Well. Mrs. Will Schall of West Madison street, who was taken to the Methodist hospital at Indianapo- Guy Gunning lias purchased; ]is Wednesday in the Young am- the Marl L. Hutchison farm ofj oulancej stood the trip yery nice- SO acres in the east edge of Wild-; ly sl]e \ viu be at the ll0 ^ p i ta i for cat township west of Leisure, the! ouservation - and a possible oper- deal being made through E. A. | Foster, local real estate dealer j Wednesday. • | .Mr. Guiniini; who i,- al presentj on'tlit. 1 Downs farm north of E1-; wood, already lias his work] planned and started on that farm! and will-not remove to his new purchase until next spring. ation. . • 1 : -. Mr. Schall-and Mrs. Cari Williams accompanied her in jthe ambulance and will be witjh her if j she is operated upon.- During Mrs. j Schall's absence from moved Heaton from the farm, he being forced to live in a "house he acquired hurriedly and was also forced to find quarters for his live stock and implements and other belongings. j He alleges that when the casej was heard in April, 1929, DEATH OF RELATIVE. Bi-olher-In-Law of Mayor' nth Died In Montana. Giif- Leje F. Griffith of North West jstreet, received a message Wedthe: nesday evening telling liinv of the finding was against Stanley but -death of his brother-in-law, Owen that in the time which . had; JGarver which took place Wedhes- elapsed he had been deprived of j 'day at a hospital . at ; Anaconda 1 , the opportunity of getting out his crops, or securing another farm and is asking $2,000 damages. MODERATE TAX. This Is IMan of French for Automobiles. home Mr. ! Paris. April 10.—After a; Montana, ffliere were;no particulars as to ithe cause of Mrs. Carver's: death, but Mr. Griffith had known that, he had been ill since j November | and had been unable is to be at his work. He was ta'ken . S.|to the hospital last Thursday, f t lie is survived by the wife who j is a sister |!pf Mr." Griffith, a. son', ita- 1 married . who lives in Anaconda Ix'avcs "Dependents." ! Schall's sister, Mrs. JEmnia Myers of! Huntington is staying at the ' Schall home. i - j tion which began more than a j un(1 a daughter, married and liv|- We Are Now a loo Alemite S^on A SIGN that PROTECTS you I We Pot the Right Kind of Lubricant -—in the Right place You don't fill your radiator with muddy water, and— You don't fill your gasoline tank with crude oil. .Why risk the life of by having its'"vital spots" lubricated with soapy lubricants which will become rancid and necessitate large expenditures for repairs! ' !' • •.•'•.• We use Genuine Alemite Lubricant, a solidified oil made'especially for use With the Alemite and Alemite-Zerk Systems. Alemite Lubricant— . Resists tremendous bearing pressures Is an excellent lubricant at 400° F. | 'Retains its lubricating values at 30" 1 1 below zero. .' '. • j ' . ' j : Will not cake or become rancid Let us help you eliminate 80% of your repair bills by Alemite-ing your car "Every 500 Miles." This new yellow sign is our emblem of 10O% lubricating service. . We have recently installed the best Alemite-ing equipmenc available, which permits us to service your car in only a few minutes. And, too, we use only Genuine Alemite Lubricant, a pure solidified oil. Neither heat nor cold will affect its lubricating values. It willstarid tremendous - " bearing pressures andl will rm-- break down or become rancid. For complete protection os your chassis bearings, drive into our service station at the end of each 500 miles for a thorough lubrication ot those "vital spots." j: Moved to New Home. Lebanon, April .li).^— Edward Kiiketts, age thirty-nine, Xegro. yesterday stood before Judge John W. Hornaday, making an impassioned plea for clemency Thursday Miss Rhuiej j Caster, county; nurse,.,was at Sharpsville and assisted in moving the family of Jbe .Adams into th^ir new home, left them'" by Mr ! A I mother. Mr. Adams, who is suf- ac fcring from paralysis, is j Adams' badly af- five chil- from a charge of assaulting Mexican railroad, worker on count-of his ^dependents." .flirted and no better. Asked about those whose Avel-| The-family consists of fare rested so heavily upon him, j dien. r the mother b-ing .jdeceased. Iliikelts said they were; "five set-j The eldest son is the provider for tin*.hens which need my care." .Ithe family, and the eldest daugli- "Four months on the pehai'ler looks after the household, the farm." said the judge 'immedi-'j children being highly esteemed by atoly. • . 1 residents of that place oinaccount Suffered Itelal>sc. of the manner iii'-whieh facing the situation. they are (iiven Examination. year ago the tariff commission of - the French chamber, ot.. deputies ' has voted a general increase in i the duties on American automobiles and parts. In changing the method of appraisal from an ad valorem to a specific basis, thej 'rates on completed cars were! raised 20; to 30 per cent, accord-' in? to their category, and thei tariff !on parts was increased approximately 15 per -cent. The duty on American truck's underwent a very slight upward revision. I It is expected that the two ! measures backed by the govern- jnient, one covering automobiles • and. trucks and the other parts, | will be the chamber .half ore the Easter recess. . \. The duties as adopted mark a i victory for the forces of moderation, and are considerably lower I I ban those originally proposed laud energetically "urged by the ing in Angfala. I . Funeral;; and burial I will be at Anaconda. \ Mr. Garver and his family have visited with Mr. Griff fith and family in' Tipton. Omega Xotcs. French motor car industry. To Move Next Month. Harry Cochran, residing .on a|> farm in the Todd community] ,—_• j northeast of Tipton, who suffered' William Landi residing on the ' a relapse Tuesday, is not so well.Earl Foster farm* near: Sharps- He lias been having a rough time ; ville. was examined at tiie Robert .with inflammatory rheumatism , Long hospital Wednesday! by phy- and « JS improving nicely when 1 siciansjwho reported th'ej man was he suddenly took a turn for the i not getting along as well as they As tho rcsult of a P r °P ert >' worse. He suffers much pain . had wished. Mr. Land j is suffer- trade this week four ^milies will — - iiug from' a cerebral trouble, at move tlle flrst o£ next month - Mr Mr. .and Mrs. Koy Clark of I fim tll0u „ ut to be a tunldr on the and Mrs - c - w - Warne will move Springfield who were called hole j 1jrajn | | . j to their-property on North Inde•ou account, of thej death of Ben j n e was accompanied to the hos-i I ,eutlence street near the Armory Clark of El wood' ah uncle, return-! p'; ta j j, y the county heaitlT nurse, j and their son, Dallas Warne and ed home Thursday. While hejre j Miss Uhuie' Caster. I '• | family .will move to the. Addle- tliey were guests of Mrs. Clark's i *'» | mother, Mrs. Angeline Ogle oil j Phone 509 for taxi service and Third street. .best prices. Fred LosW. tf man property on East Jefferson street which was traded for the Warne property on Walnut street. Mr-, and Mrs. Addleman will ! move to • the Walnut street prop| erty and G. W. Preston, and fam-. I ily who are residing iii the Warne j house on Independence street will j move. They are looking for a i modern home now. paint uourhouse?.. Broke Finger. : Wm. Curnutt of Omega was pleasantly [surprised at his home Sunday wli'en about 25 relatives brought their dinners; and re-j. minded hiiii of his 65tji hirthdayj Those to take part in the "bounte-- ous dinner!: were Mr.: and MrsJ L'uarley Shear Jr., and family, Mrj and Mrs. Albert Shear, Mr. and Mrs. Clydeji Larton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Curnutt and Cecil Curnutt of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. French Hiiies and family, Mi;, and Mrs. ! Earl Curnutt and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Curnutt and family of Frankfort and Mr. Curnutt's sister, Mr. ana Mrs." Charley Shear Sr., and s.r Clarence of Indianapolis. The baccalaureate 1 , exercises will be held at the Walnut Grove auditorium April 20: 1030 at 2:00 o'clock. The serniop will be given by Rev. Scliwegler of Cicf ero v - ; • The commencement exercise will! he held April 23rd! at. S O'clock at ; the auditorium. The address will be delivered by Milo Stuart, principal of j Technical high school of Indianapolis. Mur •sic will be furnished by the orchestra and glee club.-. I j The pre-Easter ( services will be gin at the Omega Church next ISuriday night the lSthiand will be jheld every evening the' following week. There will be aispecial pro- ;gj-ani each evening aiid Sunday night' the 20th the young people iwill give an East'er i pageant. EveryBody welcome. | Oil and Alemite Service on Hydraulic Lift & SONS The Tyre and Batri Men Telephone 38—We will call for and deliver your car MILLUHSBURfi. |:;Mrs. Mary Tyuer and three daughters, Florence and Aletha ivilgner of Indnntapolis""and| Mrs. chil- IT'S a great ideal And here's another great idea to add to it—why not conie in and see. if our paint experience can help yaw any, or, save you any money? i We'll tell you whyyearage is the only n sound basis on which to buy your paint —why yearage means the sameio paint tha£ mileage means to tires, Welishjow . you why Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint is the paint that gives ycarage —why it lasts one to; three years longer, and spreads 15% to 40%; tatfier Sin any! otiier paint. We'WUU jo« why Devoe 'it.- Mrs. R. G. Coffey, residing on South West street, sustained a broken ring finger of. the right hand in a fall at her home Wednesday. While coming {down the stairway she misled her footing: and fell on the .right hand the linger being broken at. the' . first joint. A physician, gave the mem- her medical attention .and it is getting-along nicely. Continues to" Improve. There is continued improve ment in the condition or Billy Montgomery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Montgomery of Kokomo who underwent double mastoid opera tions at the Howard County hW- piUl ad Kokomo: H« Is now at .home. • . • Phone 55. BUBKHABT « CO Catherine Lyst and three dren of Anderson and Mrs. James Moody were the .Thursday dinner jguests, of Mrs. William Huffman 'and children. Mrs. Huffman and two sous Richard and Donald accompanied^ her mother, Mrs.Ty^ Her home and will spend: thej week end. While here Mrs. Tyner and two daughters, Florence and Aletha and grandson j Ray-! niond Lyst and Miss Irene JHuff-j 'man visited at the Arcadia! glass factory. Miss Florence Wagner and. Russell Massey of Indianapolis accompanied Mrs. Huffman and sons home Saturday evening and visited over Sunday at the Huffman home. ! i j Mr. and Mrs.. James Russell j of Tipton were the Wednesday . afternoon guests of Mrs. James Moody and son William. Mi]. Rissell spent the afternoon fisliing at Cicero creek. ; ij )Keith! Albright ot Wcstfield visited here over Saturday ni^ht and Sunday.. c '! Miss Sarah- Leach .and Miss Ethel Breuton of' Millersburg, Charles Stanley of Tipton ; and Everett Laiib of Arcadia visited at Kokomo Saturday e^venirijg getting over an attack of.the flu. I Miss Irene Huffman was an In-! dianapolis visitor Saturday aiid ! Sunday with her grandmother, i Mrs. Mary.Tyner aiurfamily. Mr(i. I Tyner and daughter Aletha-'.ac-j conipanied her home Sunday'j ning. j ''-••!•!." | Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nance' and two children of Arcadia were the Sunday guests of the former's parents, Mr. • and Mrs. Andy Nance and family. •» • Mr. and Mrs. Na'uce movSd their household goods to_ Arcadia from Atlanta Saturday. THIS INTERESTED US— MAYBE ITIVIliTj YOU. TOO IViru Store Koblicil. Mrs. U.K. Cage i)! South Eaut !|»fjt»yjsite4*t*pkp! TOE ROOM AVhy do ne -Siiy '"as liuiil us ;i March huic?" To say of anybody 'that-he is ;is mad as a March hare is to describe him as-.a'creature of impulse, conspicuous for thf absence of the exercise of common sense or sulf- r.estraihtj The- phr.asc dales bade to the early sixteenth century. As with several other idioms in common use, this one tomes to us from JI he-field of zoology. March is the IVru tWil the fled The Kennedy grocery in was hold up last night by bandits who after locking proprietor; in the basement toward Kokomo. It was'reported that about ?7.~> was taken from the rush regis! . T No clue was obtained as to tlu identity of the bandits. Use Tribune clacsified ads. Those from here who attendee | mating, month anions hares, who the-revival services at Atlanta Sunday evening were Mr. ati' Mrs. Albert Thurston, airs. Andy Nance, ey, Mr. and Mrs.'jGeorge Bits- Mrs. James MJoody, .Mr. and Mrs.. Morton Albright, Mrs. Everett Bren Mrs. Homer Rich, Chaplin and I An Westfield, the Miskes Irene Huffman, Dortha Tl; Thurston, Beatrice! anna Huffman -with- Mr. and Mrs. Frank ton Bren- the Parent-Teachers meeting Hi! .the Arcadia school house! Tuesday evening were "Mr. and ;Mrs. Morton Albright and four children, Mrs.' Everett Brenton ; I son. Jesse, Miss Beatrico iNanco, -Robert Nance and; Harry |Thurs;ton; .-';.,.. ' ;. I. .'!; j jiii •: [, -i ; .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lut« of Golumbua visited over the week end .with the former's j parents, lfr/ and Mrs..George plJuts f and grandson, Oeorc* Moo^y. | J Mr; fsai Mrs. Albert Thurston hright, Mary Catherine.Huffnisln, Jesse, Brenton', Robert' Nance, Kenneth Albright, Harry Thurston, Junior Albright. [ . J . Mr. and Mrs. Andy Nance and Mr. and Mrs. : Evleret't j Breiiljo* called j on Mr. iandj Mrs.- 1 Charles Nance 1 and family of ! Arcadia Sunday evening.! Elven- Brenton Mr.- aiid on v Mr. ' and Mrs. Jessie hur Rich |of urston, Betty Nahce, Ruth- Margaret . Al- at that season of the year and ou that at'count. are said to he particularly wild. ' This connection established, tho full significance of the expression "as mad as a" March hare." and its- application become abundantly clear. CHILI).Kll.l.l:i> 1 'tV TRICK. Tot, Age Two an<l Kalis ii:i<l Is lliilf 'Yrars, ('i-uslieil. near T^ptp:: Those from here who attended] ca u ed on Everett Brenton Sunday Everett Brenton called on sndt family .:.-an*- , --'Mr. j and 'Mrs. fltalford and son m^tore^ Frank Conleyt of West 'of Aria- dia Sunday afternoon. j John Leach whe has been sen-; otisly fill the past. • week, us sufter- ing with uremic poison which l^os gone through his rjystem. His condition is about the same. His {brother,. George I each and son, Everett of near I eming vlsltjed with ; him. Tuesday: afte*rnoon. They also called mMn. James Moody and son.W lllamj -Mt. a|i' Mrsr Carl Sinclair of resist of At* lauta jand Mr. and MrsJ Walter Lesch,o( Walnut Grove; come \ •'-»£^.Vjj «Wh\M»rr.<aOrefcl South, Bond. Ind., April 10.— Failure of Clarence Strong,' age t,wo and a half years, . to [ keep away from a truck Wednesday afternoon, cost the child his life. He„. fell under the wtfeels of the truck and was crushed before the driver, ; Alexander. Kreuzewski, realized' what had happened. The latter was held ;. on a technical charge:of parking in the .wrong side of the street:" fiana Theatre Last Showing Tonight Shows at 7:00 and 8:45 Admission: 10c and 25c. Men's , |few shtpes m cruahers L WrjMkor raw edg6, curled or ttiraigbt -Tirc^ comfort- ableyhwd flttera, in the spriog^ latest colors. 1. ,^^td$4.96.! Sunny Side Up Witli Janet Gay nor aud Charles Farrcll Tin- : sensational Hroadway .sriveii i success at popular prlres! ij The perfect musical rn- tciininment. The tl »r» of "Tth llcitvent* and »'Strect Anitt-l" in their flrst big comedy. Alio Good Talking i Comedy • • •. .1 i Come Karly to Get a Good Seat FRIDAY and [SATURDAY KEN MAVNARO in

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