The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 14, 1930 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, April 14, 1930
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PAG* TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED f ADS FOE SALE OB TRADE REAL ESTATE | FOK RENT — 4 -?oom modern, west side square, i T. Harding. FOR SALE — 5-room house on Green street. & Fuller. FOR SALE—Bronze turkey eggs, 25e each. Kempton telephone modern i: — Leavell' FOn RENT—House, 5| c-lG5( batu - 909 N - Main or 4229. «. RADIO SERVICE—We speclaliie on experi. service work on all makes ot sets; full line tubes,, batteries, etc. McJunkin Radio: Shop.! Phone 20X7. . c-tf LOST AND FOUND 1027. p-IGG FOR SALE—Good 5-room house, garage. 2 lots, workshop; mortgage $700; will trade equity for good car. Leavell & Fuller. c -lGV FOR RENT—Three semi-modern '.-furnished rooms. | 317 North East. Phone llSl.'l C-tf rooms and';.LOST—40 in. large bills, between postoffice and May's Meat Market; reward. • Phone 44 S7 • . ' . p -l|65 Phon9 36 , .e-tf.; FOR RENT — Two 'unfurnished rooms. Phone 42Gj7. C-167 CHEEK'S cleaner and paste soap; not injurious to hands or fabrics; $1 bottle makes 15 gal Ions of cleaning paste; .will deliver; fine for housecleaning; of all kinds. John A. . Schmjitt, Phone 2592. . ' C-J.G9 FOR SALE—1 offer for sale my homo at 129 North West street, as I expect to move into a heated'.apartment: Mrs. (loo. A. Leathorman. 1 -1G7 MONEY TO LOAN FEDERAL FAKM. LOANS at p% privi- FOR SALE—Semi-iuodern 5-room house; easy payments. Roy Purvis, real estate agent. c-tf FOR SALE—Semi-modern home, Columbia avenue, practically iiew. . Roy Purvis, real estate agent. c " u ! FOR RENT—Modern rooms; hot; water heat. Miller :Hotel, Trib-! une BIdg., E. Jefferson St. 'tt' ; jFOR RENT—5-room! house, 122! j •Kentucky avenue; call George) lirumfiold at Moore's Meat'Mar' j ket. " ' ' • • P-1G5I FOR RENT—Furnished two-room! PLENTY OF MONEY AT 5 % jper apartment; private entrance.; cent - from 1 to 10 years, with! I'lione 4177. 210! Oak street.| Pre-payment priviliges; best; c-lGG! loan ln the state." Standerfordj : J ! & Standerford. • - jc-tfi YEARS per cent; pre-pay ruen£ lege. D. S. Phares. : ;c-tf FOR RENT — 5-room furnislied: apartment, modern. Will Zeh- j FARM LOANS ner. Phone 150. I c-165 FOR SALE-j-90 acres, one of Tip- j g OK RENT—5 roomif, bath,'laun- j ton county's best farms; 4 miles j d ,. y f U riiac-e and garoce; first; east of Tipton: extra line im-j fl 001 - ; two blocks-|from town; j provements; $2,500 cash, bal-j very desirable. 1 Phone 140 be-j fore 5 o'clock. [ c-tf, — Best Kransj in state, 5 to 20 years; interest . i annual or semi-annual with !ful payment privilege. Fielding &! Fielding. 1 - c-tt ance terms; no trades. Purvis, real estate agent. Roy | c-tf ! OBSERVED BIRTHDAY. FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Fries. John D. Smith, j Phone 1.SX2. c-tf . FOR SALE — Kiln dried white seed corn at SI.50 per bushel. Tipton Milling Co. c-IGG William It. Hcrsliiuun Celebrated; j KOIh Anniversary. I FOR RENT—tl-aci-e Chicken farm at crossing Windfall pike on Hub highway; half mile, west of Hobbs; annual rental, $200; Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hershrcunjj monthly rental, 518.00. I. M.j a]ld Ml i and M,. s . ( yerl Hershmai O'Banion. | tf j entertained -Sunday lat'the ho'mdj Mr FOR RENT—Part or all .of C. J. and Mrs. L. O. Hershl'iar Kiger residence, T semi-mod-] 011 West Adams street, at a nap- em; large garden space; 315 N.j'" 1 *' appointed birthday party, igiv Independence street. Phone | en in h ° n P r of. their father, Wil haj FOR SALE—Comb honey, 6 lbs. S'1-00." Roy Cook. - p-IGS • i FOR SALE—'Michi.&m white seed j potatoes, grade 2; SOc per bush-j el. Phone 2X2. c-tf 436, Elks Home, 7; o'clock evenings, j tf WANTED -i FOR. SALE —-Chinchilla rabbits. Phone 3159 or call 510 Mill street. p-165 FOR SALE—Two corn planters, j . one with fertilizer attachment: i prices reasonable. William j Kindling. c-tf| WANTED—Wall paper cleaning. Phone 509. Ray HJuntcr. p-171 WANTED — Girl Phone 2230. for housework. '. c-tf WANTED;—To clean your wall' paper.. Phone 1GS. Claude Jolly. j p-lGa —- : : 1 WALL PAPER, cleaned satisfac- Fiye good used tires | , t(i] . ily . ]lave eanyas . j;. M size 31x1; cheap. ! FOR SALK- aud tubes John Richards. 1034 Main. Phone 34-10. 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 — ID'unfield kiln-dried soy brans for planting with corn; be sure to plant a iuln- Clark. Phone 2295. C-1S2 North | c-IGG (LADIES wanted to string beads at home; stamped addressed envelope-for particulars; experience unnecessary. Ivory- Novelty Co 113- Fourth avenue. New York City. * .! p-165 dried vigorous bean for a iood stand. .Tipton Milling Company. cilGC FOR KALE — Ferris best -egg strain*;. C. White Leghorn pullets. 12 weeks old; will sell at , S0c each.-. Schildmeier Bros!. ;. route 3. Tipton, Ind. .p-lfi 1 ) STARTED heavy breed -chicks; one week, 14c;- two weeks, 16c; three • weeks, lSc;'.four weeks, . 20c; sorted good before selling; hundreds in, each age; all doing good; they will j please you { come; can not be shipped; open every day. and evening. Hoosier Hatchery, . JJichigantown, -Ind. c-167 jFOR SALE—No. 5 Underwood; a real bargain at $35. The'Trib- une Press. tf i WANTED—Hay, any kind; will pay highest price. Call Fred Leach, Atlanta, 'Iid. Reverse telephone charge. p-168 KEW PIIICES — Barred, White anil" Buff Rocks; V Ilcds: Wliitc Wyan;• doties; Buff Orpine tons,; !•• SI 2 per 100; $57.50 per 500; J110 p< : r 1.000. w-^>-, White .and Brown leghorns, 110 P'OT ';• 100; J47.50 per 500; $90 per 1.000; , j AM "lc per chick when SO arc ship-, ' pert. 2c when 25. Heavy's each i Monday. Leprhorns and Heavy's, each 'Wednesday* Hoosier tChieks are Jamesway hatched. ERS flocks , .culled head by head six successive j 'years. Each order carefully, sorted. [ First' class chicks, for • first. class-j • price. ' Hoosier Hatehery, : Micni- I .gantown,. Ind. '- ' MISCELLANEOUS LADIES—Get your Shelton permanent wave at the Polly Prim Sh'oppe; be satisfied. Phone 583. . C T169 FOE RENT IFOR RENT—2 furnished roonis^'i 216 Oak street. Phone '318oJ ' ** ' ' -I , c -37i) HRENT-rrChDice ofice i rooms'^ o"llght^housekeepip|r. rooms;; toetni 'Umsoalc-.Open'soBM For Sale or Trade:. 1928 Essex coach; 1926 Oakland sport roadster; 1926 iDijdge sedan; 1926 Jewett coact; 19S4 H«p -: coupe. - •[{'; 8EEVICE MOTOR 00, LAYS HER PLANS r of Theodore ' Roosevelt! and wjifei; of ;j Speaker Nicholas Longwoi ;tl|, is one. They liaye been companions since girlhood. The friendship has ripened duringj the maturing years. There is a striking resemblance in the lives, the habits and the , , , i i j i otitlook of both 1 ! of^=-them; they She Will Ask No Quarter mjhave sparkle add [wit, 'combined Her; Campaign and De- ! with political sagacity and command No Privilege. 1 ; mon sense. Both have a way, in ; private conversatio;^| of coining j demolishing renjarjks of the capital's ostentatious ||an^ puffed-up INI POLITICS" statesmen Washington, April 14 lluth Hanna McGormickl quarter, polities. asks no favori no privilege Slie believes. public[ service, sex Should be 6b- ( •Mi-s. that, literated. She has referred tb her self ahvays as cong.i - essm|an,| nefer! as a congre|ss\yoman affair.! sel tojAnier^can women Jrl'sL - McCormick's remarkable triumph in I winning thej Repu Openings in Iiocal Company For. Several Clean Young Men. officers, Sgt. Herb Hobsonj Corp. Wm. Brogdon :the expiration : of Iwhich was three years.'Both men If there is one phase of -legislative activities wl)ic i interests Mrs. McCormick moris ijiad any other, it'is service to th 3 war veterans; She has sponsored ;nujn'erous projects in their behalf. , HeP ..phil- thropies have beeiij tie known. She disdains ostenta- i tion. Mrs. McCormick ly, usually in a triim suit of tan I cr brown. This i? great, but lit- dresses plain- Politics is a rough and tumble.. , , i . . i I i IT |di - ess when attend ! the house. The; only I criterion fo|r success j From nel . £alUl n politics, she holds, whetlier jtori m!ck j nheritea a man or woman, jis honesty; fa^ir-: 2ation | and particial politics. In ness and dpvoted servide to |be| additi b n t0 tU e omce and stafE as . public; interests. That is jUerj coiin-! siglied to her . in ^ Ue house office building, she has t^vo offices in the her customery !ing : meetings of er Mrs. McCor- flair for organi- can senatorial linois Igives voters with a woman II- easy-call when' ! slic is nomination i in proof of her politifcal tenets! She struck hard and iic-|lhe house, orousl'yl She did not play ito Jiej ; The campaign the plea thalt she \|ras November for li- labor jbuilding, -soiith of the capi- tel. There she can work uninterruptedly, arid tW, entangling foreign liam H. H'ershman, in celebrrition of his SOth. birthday anniversary The dinner party had beerj ar ; ranged as a complete surprisej :'oi" Mr. Hershman. The biggest i.suv' price was in having for ' his guests two brothers, Elwood Hershman and • family and |Sani Hershman" and family, of Sheridan, and his four sons, "O^ H. Hershman and wife, of IiuliJ^ anapolis, Ernest Hershman; of near Sharpsville, and two sons; and their'families here. Other giiest^ for the dinner were Mr. and Mrs] Oranvillc Hanghey, of near Slier idan: ' " i A large birtliday cake -was i pre! sr-nted Mr. Hershman and none ft. -;enjoyed the day or the surprise more than he. A daughter, JMn Ralph Shook and husband,! Frankfort, were afternoon 1 guests at the. Hershman home. i ISSVIAJ MAY HUV IX ITA1A". Uopoi-ls of a Big Hydruclrt't Deal Persist. I ftri<: I With; New York. April 12. Samuel Insull, Chicago magnate', in Europe, reports sist an important Italian company, the Piedmont Hydro electric Company, will be a-squir ed by him before he returns! i If so, it will be the first major participation of the vast Insull interests - in any foreign develop-.! ment. '- ••• j- .- j The Piedmont Hydroelectric Company is one of the largest; pulblie utility ~ corporations inj Northwest Italy, serving several] manufacturing centers and being! strategically ; located- in the ten -i ter of the largest electro-chen^lcalj activities In Italy.', This company centers itsiacfiv- itieB in Turin and .Lombardjr.' and has- more than 24p,000 v cjujsto-i mers. .Its latsets^probply,e» ; onV^ Bdlson:- iatii ^iiii 'Dtl^ty^sUaaUO^ tively associated political life for Yet,; with all her training, her iness interested, breeding and dairy far daily newspaper^ vanced ideas of her background multifarious lj including a gi| ri and 1 and hoy the 'position women in j public life, | Mrs. Cormick is; one of the most fa] nine of. women. JA career has interfere.d Devoted [with her domestic interest is in and her children, Katrina,; Me| and Ruth. jdill: Her life cen'ters au them. [They are her constant companions. ' ! ! "Curing Iter'.selrvice ii congress site has lived inj a rambling, old- yelloW brickj house The rear grou] fashioned, Georgetown. • are circled There I she in • , ds ! by a vine-covered wjall.J has a garden and flowers. She putters about the flpw- ers, planting, : trimming and car-j IC must face in e election will lal summer hoi to go with her al- children to.herj ritnch in Wyom ing to rest in; preparation for the fiarht -'to be launched in October. ^Ite stiressed issues, ho- ; not disrupt her lis tably opposition jto the Jjealige iday. J She plans, Court land liancesi . ' i Mrs.; McCjormick is no' nojvice in politics. She lelarned politics at the knee (if her father, Senator Mark Hanna of [Ohioj '[the president maker."' She has been with | Amerifcan thirty years. yet be within needed in WEEK OK ^RAYER. People of This ( Community Invit cd to Attend Services. . j The Week ot" grayer services us-; begin this evening with the serv- eat | ice at the Firs^t l^aptist '. church i Rev. JH. R. Pearcy of the West |ad-! Street Christian •cljurch will bring of j the prayer message. . VIc- j j ; Tuesday evening - the services "''"(will be at' tiie.iKlemp Methodist I 1 " 1 - church" and ReV. §<r. V; Andrews ir ?-\at the First Presbyterian church her hdnio j will preac h. Wednesday evening, the iserv- held at the .[West Street Christiaij church and! Rev, S. A. Gordon of. the First Baptist .church, will bej the speaker: Thursday even ing the services will be at the First Presbyterian church and Dr.;;J, Kemp Method|isti bring! tlie iriessag) The Christian j!C. White of the church will people of the Tipton's National Guard! looses two of ite non comiriissii AND SAFETY We Are 44 Xtmtm ^ld —We H»T « lived Throa* XUi Coiutijr's Ftaaadal bepresaiona 'and Faaica Jhutmg 5 44 Team and Have Jtever Paid Less Thaa •% oa • '' -• • - i 'I' GET THE FClii BICJNIFICANCE. OP THAT Assets, March 31, $641,18810 Undivided'Profits, March31,1930 11,222.24 TIPTON BUILD] NO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION .' THE OU)E8T & AVDfGS INBT1TOTION IN MPTOS •talk It Over With Onr Secretary, 1. A. Ijewla (Dp-. si6n and MARRIED 53 YEARS. and Mrs. Bragg Obsfervo Anniversary Event, .' One of the happy events of the stasbn-was the celebration of the 53rd wedding anniversary of Rev. and .Mrs. George Bragg at their home in the Hazel Dell jeommun- ity Sunday. Their marrjage took place April 12, 1877. R 4 V. Bragg because of enlistment,. be | commended on the ratings that they had at fie timer they were honorably discharged. Corp. Wm. Brogdon, at the present time,, is being .'employed with the Sellers Kitchen. Cabinet, vat El groom is located, he being manager bf the Stokely plant]; at that place. Brothers* International Paper unil Power Company. wjood, Indiana, and is 'making good. Sgt. Herbert-..Hobson, is with the Little Gem- restaurant. Other members who -have.- been discharged in the last two weeks because of the term of enlistment being up are as follows: P,vt. 1st class, Lewis Hohbs, Pvt. 1st Class i ; - - • i Ramond Purvis, .Pvt. • 1st- Class Glen Howard, and Pvt. 1st Class Otis Roe and Pvt. 1st Class Allen Luttrell.. Pvt. Lewis Hobbs, P |Vt. Ramon Purvis, and Pvt. Allen Luttrell haye re-enlisted a'gain with the Company for one year. - j »J jThe Company is ' still, .(under strength, five men, and it is hoped that these vacancies will be filled in[ the very near future: The strength alloted to this company isj63 enlisted men and three commissioned officers. | [The program for the : field training this year at Camp Knox. Ky., for Co. E, 152nd'. .Inf.,. = layed out by higher command is a ery interesting one, from the standpoint of the enlisted man Ohly about fifty" per cent! of .the time will be spent.;on military training, the rest of the tiine\, will be devoted' to athletic^. Ari ingements Have been made for lie i following fiports: ^swimming, rack, tennis, horseshoe pitching, aseball, polq,"boxing, and etc. The Regimental Chaplain has charge of the athletics,' and qhurch services on* Sunday. Probably the 'most interesting ide of the military training is'in the,'last week of the program when the entire Brigade [goes on the rifle range for three days The first two days on the range is . practise, and • the lpst day each man, is permitted to fire for record," medals for which are given for.each classification is 86 years of age, and a civil war veteran, and he his good wife, who is 74 years of ag.e, are held in the highest, esteem bj all who know them. They have eight childi en, some of whom'were unable to be present because of illness. A son William, ia in .a tubercular sanitarium-at Anderson and wis unable to. attend. •' The day was a most happy one with a big anniversary flinner. A large white cake with thmr names and the date, of their mt.rri'age in pink^tters graced the center of the beautifully decorate d taliler This-was baked by a daughter, Mrs.-Oliver Shaw. Anotjher large cake with "5.3rd we'ddinii anniver-. sary" on it, was baked! by Mrs. Martha' Gold of Anderson. There were 71 persons present to partake of the dinner. Rev. and Mrs. Bragg were remembered with some beautiful gifts and among them was a basket of lovely cut flowers. ; They are both enjoying fairly good health for their yqars. The day will'be remembered; by them as one of the - bright Events of their lives. i Boston, Mass.. March 19, 1930. Thl> Board of Directors has declared a regular quarterly dividend j of 1%% on the 7% Preferred Stock of this Company! and a regular quarterly dividend of 1 ] A % per cent on the 6 % Preferred Stock of this Company, payable April lath. 1930. tohold- ers of record at the close of business JMareh 29, 1930. - Checks to be mailed. Transfer books will not «lose. v. R. G. LADD 165 Assistant Treasurer. Xoticc* to Xon-Kesiilents. for them, likje wonujn of lnin-l community are-asked to'-join in dreds of cither American' h|om|s. | these services of ; Passion week Outj-Qf-doors' life is her hobby.|and leading up to- the Easter It gives her an opportunity to pjlay j services \ Sundaj;. [Everyone invit- and lie with her ,|child: taught them to ride and to htint. i ' l ij i Katrina has won' scores'. I " : ! '^i for horsemanship. Often on week ends during with. ren. She has ; ed. >t.|-!! of; prfkesj. |j season she slips away he her to hunt, i She is an expert! with the gun,~ much' to the delight of l^e- d!ll, not such-a I bad; marksman 1 son Medlll, to: nearby "Virginia with himself for a boy ot 13 Social affairs play a necessary part lit the Washington politifcal system but this phasel -has • ever been - inconspicuous in ^ Mrs. Me- Cormick's life.; Altera day in the house she j like* I nothing, [better than, tq iretire to the .^ulet ''a|idi rt at f U Iness of -her homo and studM or to have lji Clrclejof j^Umate Irienda; Wife Asking: Divorce. Monday Sheriff: Devault re ceivqdi a: summpns for Irwin Henderson Goodnight; whose .wife is asking a divorce, the suit having been idled In the; Delawarej Circuit court. The wife, Anna Marie Goodnight is also (asking alimony in the sum ot 1^0,000. A notation on the summons gtated thel defendant j would be 1 found at -the home | ot| his parants Inj this county. Judgments Rendered, in ' Thret: Cases Monday Moiniiig. CIRCUIT COURT NOTES. Monday morning in the Tipton; (jir'cuit court. Judge C.'.WL Mount rendered judgment in three'pend ing cases and made entries in several others. ' . j The Levy Pants.-.'Company,of Cincinnati was' given .judgment or $74 'against Roy C. Purvis ;pn an open'account. - .j- •" |The title of the Peoples Life Insurance Company to land in this county- was quieted :is against Thomas Rogers and. others. j In the suit of the State Bank of Atlanta, against Carl Conaway, juigment .was rendered as. prayod foV. in the complaint. : A re-appraieement was ordered ot the property of , the. Jumbo tjlle Worka ot Goldsmith, far -jalch R. 8. Martin is receiver ^1'Fielding *•* O. F; Brewer •« appotated appraisers by the rt l * Hw Court overruled a demur- LILLV-SMITH; i Local Young'' t Man Takes tucky Girl For Bride. Ken- It; II the Statef of Indiana, Tipton County. Farmers Loan & Trust Co. vs. lph X. Ripber^er. ct al. In Tipton Circuit Court, Feli- riiiiry Term, 1930. Complaint Xif. 1401. N'nw comes plaintff, by George II. (Mfford, attorney, and fill's its complaint herein, together with an affidavit that Ralph X. Ripberger ind Nina Florence Ripberger are not .residents of the state of Indiana. Notice is therefore herby given said defendants., that unless theyjhe and appear in the Tipton Circuit Court on the 4th day of 1930, the same being the judicial day of the May 1930. of the Tipton Circuit June! 27th term Court, beginning on the 1st Monday .of May. 19 30;. at the court housb in Tipton, in said county and state, and answer or demur to isaid complaint.: the same will be heard and determined in their absence. ml set said this (Seal! > 159-1:5 witness whereof, i hereunto 1(1 y hand and affix the seal ot Court, at Tipton, Indiana, !rd day of April, 1930. •IRVIN MILLER. n -77 Clerk. Pjresbterian | marinage Miss | Sunday afternoon at |( o'clock -at the home of the briidegroom's brother Mr. and "Mrs. ^larry Lil ly of Elwood, Rev. Ernest J. Yarger of the First .6hurch united in .—. T _„_ ( Jarnell Dunn Smith, daughter of! Mr. and MK, W : H. Smith ofj Bowling Green, Ky., a|i.d Joseph M. Lilly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph: A." Lilly, residing southwest of Tipton. The Lilly home, in Ejwood was^ beautifully decorated iit cut flowers and the ceremony ^ook place in front of an altar o^ hanked ferns and flowers. Mr. p-nd Mrs. Tijibune classined ads pay. Raymond F. Mason were • best man and" Ijf Tipton ljridesmaid and the beautiful and simple sin gle ring ceremony wa| uised byj the minister. -The bride was gownfed in a blue chiffon trimmed ir lace and war?a' tan colored hat. She car ried a large l?oquet of bi idal roses and . the couple made a fine appearance. Following the .ceremony wedding dinner was served and j The the hewlwedsand the guests were at the decorated- table -fsof which was a SPECIAL You more than in any of the cars VALUE FREE Witlit every purchase of a pint or more of Jap-A-Lac|. fibre board wastebaaket (59c value) is unfinished so that you can enamel and stencil it any colors youjlike. The Blue- Bird stencils (St.00 value) can also be used for brcajtfast sets, walls and other placets. following lieautlfully the centerpiece mammoth wedding cake: Mr. .and MBS.: Harry. _.. ,i ,»..., -.T . ..' T ! Tht.4oficr is cood for limited Little, Mr. and Mrs. Jossph Stieg-i only! ! litz !ot Elwood: Mr. D. Shaw and Mrs.'Jfora Hobbs- of Anderson and Mr. land Mro. Raymond Mason of Tipton. The newlyweds will rAake their home in Anderson, wjiere the only J. P. SMITH Lumber Cm. ! Phone 72. Economical Transportation the flni year's depreciation Isave listed belowrt One 1929 01 evrolet Standard Coupe., One 1929.D urant Coupe With rumble scat. One 192* F< nt Model A Standard Coupe > One 1928 01 evroiet Spori Conpe ^; One 1928 whippet Fordor Sedan odel A

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