The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 17, 1930 · Page 9
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TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Semi-modern 5-room house; easy payments. Roy Purvis, real estate agent. e-tf FOR SALE-^-No. 5 Underwood; a real bargain at ,535: The Tribune Press. • i tf FOR SALE— Columbia now. Roy a sent. -Semi-modern home, avenue, practically Purvis, real estate c-t£ FOR SALE—Fries. John D. Smith. Phone 1SX2. , c-tf VOR SALE—80 acres, one of Tipton county's best farms; 4 miles east of Tipton;- extra fine improvements; $2,500 cash, balance terms; no trades.. Roy Purvis, real estate agent. c-tf FOR SALE * PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—400 bushels of corn. Mrs. William Webb.' Phone 32X1. p-lCS WANTED—Wa*ll paper cleaning. Phone 50l>. Ray Hunter, p-171 WANTED—To buy poriy Ray Moore, Phone 130\ buggy. c-172 WANTED—Hay, any kind; will pay highest price. Call Fred Leach, Atlanta, Ind. Reverse telephone charge. p-168 5c a dozen. Bernie Chambers, I .531 North Independence., p-16.9 FOR SALE—Early cabbage plants,! WANTED—Customers for the A. : Nash all wool made'to measure suits and topcoats for men and young men; $23.50; -can bring samples to your home any time during the day or. evening for your inspection. W. E. .Wells 112 West Adams St. Phone] 1223. C -ISS' FOR SALE—Comb honey. G His., $1.00. Roy Cook, 13G Maple- street. • p-171 FOR SALE—Michigan white seed : potatoes, grade 2; SOc per bush-j el. " Phone 2X2. c-tf; FOR SALE—Bed, sprins tress. Mrs 1 . . Vera I'horn! 1110. ;s, mat-; Maines. ; c-170 1- I MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE — Hampshire 'male; pigs. W. Doversberger & Son, route 5, Ehvood. p-175 FOR SALE—Cow with calf by side; quantity of hay. Mrs. Peter Bills, Phone 9X2. c-lGO FOR SALE—Reed Yellow Dent seed : corn. ' Carl Weismilier, Phone Windfall. n-170 FOR SALE—Duroc months. Otto: Phone 31XS'~— nude hog, IS Brcitweiser. FOR SALE—Nine feeding shoats; reasonable. C. S. Noriis. Phone 24!)5. c-169 c-169 | FOU RENT—House, 5 bath, 90.9 N. Main, or 4229. : FOR SALE — Fertilizer tobacco base: gel "our new low. prices. Tipton Hatchery, Phone 51. c-171 FOR SALE—Soy beans, rccleaned. first class in every particular. J. \V. Win atley. Kempton. c-172 FOR' SALE—Two corn planters, one with fertilizer attachment,; prices reasonable. William Kindling. . c-tf FOR SALE—Three-year-old sorrel mare; weight" 1550; broke: will exchange for feeding hogs. W. H. Curry. p-170 FOR SALE—Sow and eight pigs, mixed hay and Barred -Plymouth Rock eirgs. Phone 22X2. p-169 FOR SALE —Badenoch's baby chick starter) $4.10; Sunflower egg mashi $2.95; Reef brand oyster shell, $1^00 per ' cwt. Fear-Campbell. Co. - c-tf FOR SALE—Library table, elec- - trie sweeper, hot plate, kitchen table, linoleum, chairs, lawn mower. Phone 34G8, at 470 Columbia avenue. e-IGS FOR SALE—9-piece dining room \.NOTICE—I will begin my piano suite, all metai refrigerator,: c]asSi jj ay s ; th osc interested .Hoosicr kitchen cabinet, rockr! and wishing lessons Phone 17. ing chair, three 9x12 rugs, two j Helen clav k, kempton. c-l-GS small rugs, bridge lamp ^"f 1 \ : . _ porch swing. Phone 1499. Mrs.'LADIES—Get your Shelton per- J. W. Addlemari. c-IGS FOR RENT i Shelton manent wave at the Polly Prim Shoppe; be satisfied. Phone 5S3. ' c-169. FOR RENT—2 furnished rooms. • RADIO SERVICE—We specialize 21G Oak street. Phone 31-SO. c-170 on expert service work on all makes of sets; full line tubes, batteries, etc. McJunkin Bad jo Shop. Phone 20X7. • | c-tf rooms and Phone 3' G c-tf FOR RENT — 4-room apartment, modern, west side square^ W. j T. Harding. "' ! c-tf | CHEEK'S cleaner and paste soap; not injurious to hands or fab ries; $.1 bottle makes 15 galr Ions of cleaning paste; will de-: liver; fine for housecleaning of Schmitt, c-169 FOR RENT — Two unfurnished rooms. Phone 4276. c-169 all kinds. ^John A. Phone 2592. FOR RENT—Modern rooms; hot;A FEW MONTHS AGO we sold to a family who moved to this vi vlater heat. Miller Hotel, Tribune Bldg., E. Jefferson St. tf FOR RENT—-2 furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Bock-i over. e-170 ] FOR RENT—Modern homje, East Jefferson street; will lease for one year. Roy Purvis, real estate agent. c-tf FOR RENT—5 rooms, bath, lanin- dry, furnace, and garage; first floor; two blocks from town; very desirable. Phone 140 before 5 o'clock. c-tf FOR RENT—Choice office rooms also light housekeeping rooms, modern, Masonic Opera House * Blok.' Inquire of Charles Warne, secy. Phone 271. tf cinity a high grade "piano which circumstances now require us to take back;) this piano is practically half paid for, is in. riew ; like condition, of modern de sign and fully guaranteed; we ^ will transfer the. account to a responsible party who will complete the balance on a basis a: low as $2 weekly, or $S month ly; for particulars as to where pia,no can be seen, etc., call; write or wire the W. W. Kim-ball Company, 235 N. Pennsyl^j vania street, Indianapolis, Ind ' " c-1721 WANTED WANTED — Girl for housework. Phone 2230. . " • c-tf FOR SALE—Fresh cow, ralf by side; good milker; Big type Po laud male hog. CarlL. Qver- dorf. ! P-16S FOR SALE — jBarred Rock baby chicks, readyj April ID;, price ll'/^c; will deliver 100 or more as-, far as Tipton. Phone 7 on 72, Sharpsville. Mrs. Harry Hawkins. \ c-168 FOA SALE—At auction. Friday, at 1:30 j). m.; household goods of W. L. Wobds, 242 N. East street; everythmtr goes; includes antique solid walnut table,-- electric] washer, Globe range, etc. Tipton Auction: Co. : , " ' i"* C -168 iqav PRICES -| Barred. TOtite and Buff Rocks: B^d*; White. V/yan- atottes; Buff,Orpingtons, 412-per 100;- $57.50-•per CnO; $110 per •1.000, j White and Brown .LoehorJi6,.Mffljic -r i :it0: *47.50 per H00: : .$30 per f.mf . L Add: lc>-per cbjck wfiqnJjO.Qjc shin- WANTED—Ambitious, industrious person, to introduce and- supply the demand for Rawleigh household "^products in Curtisville (city) south Hamilton, county and various other towns or rural districts in this part of Indiana; $150 to S400 a month or more profit; Rawleigh sales and service methods get business everywhere; | no "selling experience required; we «upply products; outfit—everything'you need;, profits should increase every month; lowest prices;'best values; most complete service. W. T. Rawleigh Co., Dept. IN- S222, Freeport, Iill. Th-174 SUITE & BARRUM—Used furni-! t.ure department; wood double tub Dexter electric Rasher;!! Kitchen Kook gasoline stove; ; kitchen cabinets; Globe coal range; oak davenos and davenports; gas ranges; 3-piece mohair overstuffed living room suite; nice walnut bedroom •suite; breakfast sets; nice walnut dining room suite; porce- •~ lain top table; library table;' typewriter desk; laundry stove; sanitary couch; .dining tables oak sideboard; Heatrola; phonograph; Day-Fan radio (battery set)*. c-170 Wednesday the county j clerk received from the office of Otto G. Fifield, secretary of| state; a list of the candidates for judicial positions from this •county and ! f i • district. The list j included candidates for Congress, state senate, House of Representatives, judge, prosecuting; attorney and ; is: as follows: j : j .Congr^ss^-rf-Fred S. Purnelf, (Rep.); Harry : L. Matlock, (Dem.). i State Senator Jfrom Hamilton, Boone and Tipton—Francis M. Henderson,! (Rep.); L. L. Shull, (Rep.);' Ben H. Rockey (pern.). . Joint Representative, Howard and Tipton-]—Gordon C. Hadley, (Rep.). -. ; , - : j . "j Judge Tipton pircuit court—J. Frank Pyke, (Rep.); A AJ Fletcher, ~ (Rep.); | S. A. .Culver, (Rep.); Glen J; ijifford (Dem.); James M. Purvis,' (Dem.). ! I Prosecuting Attorney—Robert E. Roode, '(Rep.j); Troy N. Hutto, (Rep.)>l Alfred - W. (Dem.); LemueljS. Todd, (|Dem.) The certificate does nbt |list any Democrat candidate for joint representative of Howard; and Tipton counties and this will have joint meeting of to be filled by a the committees. Tuesday jwas the last ; day which candidates for state gate's could file |with ana no additional names w^re re •ceived.: | The election will now proceed to make up the copy for the ballots whiqh will be used Tuesday May 6. .SOLD CORNER LOT, Mrs. M. T. i Shicl. Sells* Bolton, ; on dele- clerk commissioners Gasoline Station Site to Shell Co! Mrs. M. T. Shiel of i Lansing, Mich., formeHy ;6f TipiohJ has sold the corner lot at East and Jefferson' streets to the ! Shell American Co., which erected; a gasoline station qjn the site ! a few years ago. 'Mrs. Shiel owns jthe quarter block in which this'lot :s situated. . ! ; | i i ' The consideration is understood to hajve been $4 ;000. .i R. W. Simpson, Union Traction conductor, who will manage: an independent baseball team 1 in Tipton during jthe' summer, informed a Tribune man Thursday that the lineup would be [one of the best seen the first tryout) park, a large were present: | The Tipton sistihg the outfit to and the season Many Attended ' Reception For Rev. 3. C. White and Family^. here in years. I At last Sunday at the number of players merchants areas- will be get started, opened here May 4, the Opposing team iiot yet having been decided upon, j . Mr. Simpson stated it .was the intention to improve the ball grounds at' the Tipton park and bleachers will be erected. ! The merchants ar j also! furnishing, caps and shirts. j j Mr. Simpson is in jtion with the at Kokomo and will game with Ujat team, j jHei will also book th^ A. BL Icolored has All on the local having ho team of Indianapolis, which 1 proved a drawing car here. games will be 'grounds, the played team jgames away fi-om' home! i In du time a complete lineup will he an jnounced by tne.manager- |executiori~ until May 9 ed yesterday communica- Cjrcus; John outfit arrange DEATH STAY FOR VOGEL. Bvcrulioh of 1 Traffic Ra\\\ Chicago Slayer in Moved to May 9. Chicago, April 17.| —A stay of was grant- to August; Vbgel who was sentsnced to die! Friday morning for the whijn slayingiof Lyle Perrenand after their auto mobiles had humped jfenders in a traffic jam lalst fall. Family Improved. : Miss Netti fered a very Death Probe. Fort Wayne; Ind., April 17- Further investigation into the conditions at the Allen county.'infir mary \ were • promised yesterday, after the death o'f-Thomas La'ck- For Sale or Trade: J*28 Essex coach; 1926 Oakland sport roadster; 1926 Dodge sedan; 1926 Jewett coach; 1924 Hup • coupe. : 1 •.."'- i •• • SERVICE MOTOR CO., PboM 8S. 'I.'.'".' ,1 LOST AND FOUND LOST,—Two keys tied with white ""string; leave at Tribune office. . c-168 LOST—Saturday morning, pair of !-tan kid gloves/ across street ifrom Farmers Loan; finder l please call 1386. p-169 MONEY TO LOAN FEDERAL FARM LOANS at 5% per cent; - pre-p«ymeqt... privilege. D.S. Pharea. c-tf PLENTY OF \M0NBY AT 5% por : cent, from 1 to to yeam, with pre-payment prlvlllCM; bent' . loan In the utate. SUtiderfonl - &,8tandorford. ' ' •• ' r-if ey, 66 years old the infirmary. : Lackey's i body an inmate at was found with parts of the chin and lips missing, and W., Homer 1 jYoung, supefin tendent at the infirmary,'told the undertaker was caused that the mulitation by rats. Radio: Program A quartet from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music will be heard ; Friday : afternoon at 4 o'clock Eastern Standard [time, being 3 o'clock, he re over WI.K;RJ p., from the, Alma Hotel. Playing! with this quartet are.two; Tipton «irls, . Harriette/ Harding^']cello and Roberta Ulrlch, viola. 1. Brandt, -who suf- serious attack of ptomaine poisbning Tuesday, was. able to return to her | work at the Tribune at noon Thursday al though still f4eling ! the effects of the attack. I Mrs. Lottie Wert and Miss Nellie Brandt wV o suffered similar, attacks were mproved Thursday Miss Brandt •« as able [to be at her dressmaking i hop all day and Mrs!.Wert exjiected tb report |or | duty at, the telephone office. Thursday evening, -j •- Removes to Kokonio. Mr. and Mrs. John Reagan, who hiive resided n Tipton for many years, have removed their house- yold, goods to Kokomo, with the intention of tiaking tlieir future home. many friends in this city Iwhowlll miss them soiely. Their- propfVr- t'y| will be occ upied, bjy.-.Raymond Bieri and wife as soon as some improvements, now under way, ar© completed. Jones Funeral that Both placa have Funeral services for j Martin Jones, age 45, who died Wednes day at JCalamazoo, Mich., were held at the holme of a! niece, Mrs.' Frank Berry in Windfall Thursday afternoon j The. deceased .ynm a former resid snt of Wlndfall-hutl left': there several yeai* *;ag6. :: i f'•' Burial' was In Brookslde ceme-, t?fy af - the! north etj«e of Win|d^ flu 1 V f 1 f ,[ Misses I OIoi jijdrews .left ^p>r .Mnn ^e Stout^and ' Lois The reception "tendered to Dr, John C. White pastor- of the Kemp, Methodist church Wednesday evening by&the Ladies Aid society of the church with the congregation was very largely;, at tended.. ,-. Prof. D. E. Leist .gave the welcoming address jn "behalf of the congregation expressing appreciation for Rev. White's .return; as pastor of the church and assuring him of their hearty supportidur- ing the year: During the evening Dij. White and his.family ;were also presented with: a. beautiful basket of flowers as further expressing the appreciation of his membership. . • . jThere" were other talks appre ciative of the return of'Dr, White and family and to these; Dr. White, Mrs. WhTte and' Miss; Helen' White expressed their appre ciation of the "splendid 'cooperation and loyalty of jthe members. |A part of the e\;en'ing, was given, over to group singing of old songs and other happy social features. Punch and -wafers 'were served at the close of the , eve ning. : • '•--> Will Reside 'With Daughter. John Stroup, for many' years resident of Tipton', has moved his household goods from the Norton prpperty, on East North street,:to Kokomo, and will make his home will his daughter, Mrs, Sara Kel ley, of that place.: - The gogds were taken' to fiCokomo Thursday byj the Coppock truck. This property has been purchased;by Gid eon Evans, who will occupy it after repairs are maide. John Sallee and family,' wlto| have occupied part of, the property have" moved to property on North East street. Former Teaclier Here. JMiss: Fedora y Gable, former teacher of Commercial ' in , the Windfall schools was, in| Tipton for a short time Thursday- monv ing on her way to Muncie to spend the week end with her parents. Miss Gable is 1 in charge of the commercicll-department of the Monticello schools this year!they at j this; time' being ^dismissed for the'spring vacation. She spent Wednesday night' at Shsirps.ville wi:h-Mrs. Anna Kopka VanHorn, the two having taught rlogether fn the Windfall schools ,j during the 1926-1927 term. : Is Now.Behaving Weil The court house ; clockj which went on a rampage Wednesday evening, and refused to strike the correct hour or to register the corjrect time, is now;'back tonor- mancy, thanks to'J. E. Booth, the dock's doctor. Xhe trouble was found, to be a loose set s :rew Jr. phe ; of the bearings ; and is s'oonjj as this]was; found and adjusted tl|eL trouble was over. . The clock haB been registering fairly, accurate time, since 1894. : .• Mrs. .Harold Henry and two children- of Sheridan are r spending!, then week | with .Mr: Henry's parents;! Mr; ajid Mrs. Romeo Henry; on North East ^street;. Mrs Romeo Henry has been confined to Jthe! home fori (he past' three •ks saffering^wltb< Mrioaa-kid- --•-— ' is. m under the Ritz Little (Theatre Club for their second 'frolic presentation. The play is to be given at the Ritz theatre on Saturday night, April 26th and will start promptly at eleven p. m. The Frolic will be an entirely than the 1 rate of six per cent per annum, payable semi-annually. Dated this 7th day of April, 1930, W. A. KENDALL. Auditor Tipton 1G1-G7-7;! County. Indiana. Local Notice. Notice to land owners in Tipton County, Indiana, to pay ditch assessments, and of intention to issue bonds. In the matter of the petition of Fred Tolle. et al. for drainage. different type of show than the] Notice is hereby given that the last presentation" of the .'club! It: drainage commissioner in the mat-• includes a- miniature minstrel ter of the construction of the. . • . I, • . ' , labove named ditch on the 2!<th number- with jokes, songs and; dav nl - MilPph . 19: .„. ,„ dance numbers, "be followed by This number will several vaudeville The. choir of dist church will day of March, 19:!0, filed in the • office .of the auditor of Tipton •' county. Indiana, his report of the . '-«ost of the construction of said Fasten Service. the Kemp Methol present an Easter "worship service at the church Sunday evening 7:30, a service rear value in its Easter, message. The public is cordially invited. numbers and two chorus dances. , , , . • - . L ,. ..ditch and Ins apportionment of The play is-to |be well costumed | tlle c0!its Ulnl . f . of ani()Ils thc „. cv . and will be a| welcome departure 'eral tracts and pan-els of land, from the general run of shows of! assessed for the'''construction of' this tVDe ^1 I said ditch, and the assessment* p ' 1 -I- i slieet thereof has been prepared and placed in the hands of the" treasurer.of Tipton county. Indiana for tlie collection of said as-' sessments. and all persons whose land in Tipton county have been assessed with benefits, desiring to pay said assessments in order to> discharge their lands from all liability thereon, may do> so on or before the 2Sth day of August, 1930, or they may do so in five, annual installments. By said report it is shown ;afd ditch will cost .$5,590.45 and over r and bonds have been ordered issued to pay for its construction which will be dated September 1, 1930, and the first bond will be due and payable September 1, 1!'31. and on the same date in each succeeding year until all are paid. Said bonds to bear inter- es'. at ..the rate nt six per cent pek* annum, payable annually. Dated this Tth day of April, at the church at that will be of Phi Beta Psi Party. ' Tipton gifls of the Delta chap-, ter of Phi Beta Psi sorority made the hearts of twenty-five children I happy Wednesday evening when these children were treated to a' carefully, arranged "Easter party. The party was held in the kinder-; garten' room at the Tipton high i;i:;o school. The hour Was spent in supervised play, ending in an egg hunt and then the children were given prettily filled Easter baskets, which the girls had I made and filled for them. \V. 1G1-6 7-73 s. KKNDALL. Auditor Tiptoa County. Indiana. Notice to Contractors. i I Notice is hereby given that I All the children were glad for, W ill receive scaled bids or propo- They were uii-jsals for the construction of the ' fi. F. Leavell et al ditch, located •in Cicero'township, Tipton coun- i ty. Indiana, at the county survey- i or's office in the. court house in this happy hour. der the care of; Crystal Stewart,: Harriet' Zimmerman, Helen Burkhart, Emma Jones and Edith Whitler. . - . | t h 0 city of Tipton. Indiana, until p. m., April 19, 1930. Legal Notice. ! The plans and specifications foe •" ! said drain are on file in the ofnea Notice to land owners in Tipton] of the auditor of Tipton county; .County, Indiana, to pay ditch: Bidders will be required to sub- assessments and of the inten-] mit with their bids a certified; j tion to. issue bonds. In the mat-j check in the sum of $300, rondi- | ter of the petition of Thomas; tioned that the successful bidder Rogers, et al, for drainage. • Notice is hereby given, that the drainage commissioner in charge of the above named ditch, on the or bidders will enter into a con-; tract according to plans and specifications for said work, and filo bonds for said undertaking. The . LEW J. RICHARDS, Superintendent of 155-101-1C7 Construction. Fresh Bulk Garden 2Sth.day of March, 1930, filed in| superintendent reserves t!i£ right the .Auditor's office of Tipton 1 to reject any and ail bids tiled. County, Indiana, his report of the j cost of. construction of said ditch I and his.apportionment of the cost; thereof among the several tracts' and parcels of land'assessed for the construction of said ditch, and; the assessment slieet thereof has" been prepared and placed in the- hands of the ^treasurer of Tipton] County, Indiana, for. the collection of said assessments, j AIL persons whose lands , have! been assessed With benefits, desiring to pay said assessments, in,' Order to discharge their lands, from all liability thereon may do. so on or before the 28th day of! August, 1930-, or they may do so! in five (5) annual installments. j By said report it is shown that; said ditch will cost $6,89.6.22 and. over, and bonds have been or-j de^red issued to pay for its con-, struction, which bonds - will bei dated Sept. 1,: 1930, and the first! bond will be [due Sept. 1, 1931,( arid on the same day in eaph'suc-l coedfng year until all are paid.) Said bonds to bear interest at the Compton & Son ^ ^covpllcatlona andt liAateqaUkaeM Economical Transporlafion You more than save the first year's depreciation in any of the cars listed below: One 1929 Chevrolet Standard Coupe. ? One 1929 Durant Coupe with rumble seat. One 1929 Ford Model A Standard Coupe LVJ ;One 1928 Chevrolet Sport Coupe / One 1928 Whippet Fordor Sedan if4 •tea'.**

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