The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 21, 1930 · Page 7
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 7

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, April 21, 1930
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TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS SERVICE—We specialize xperl service work on all es of sets: full line tubes. FOR SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE I FOR RENT — Three i furnished rooms; private entrance. :>17 North East. Phone 1455. tfiA. FE\t ; FOR SALE—Semi-modern 5-rooni i house; easy pavments. Roy Pur-j FOR RENT—Modern rooms; hot; c _ t f I water heat. Miller Hotel, Trib-; I une BIdg., E. Jefferson St. tf j batteries, etc. Shop. Phone McJunkin Radio' 20X7. . c-tf Four Year Old Keith Oolgrove Had Lucky Escape. j vis, real estate agent. FOR SALE—Semi-modern Home,! Columbia avenue, practically j new. Roy Purvis, real estate agent. c-tf FOR SALE—90 acres, one of Tipton county's best farms; 4'miles east of Tipton; extra fine improvements; $2,500 cash, 1 balance terms; no trades. Itoy Purvis, real estate agent FOR RENT—Five rooms, fur-; , nished, modern. Nannie Gri- ; sliaw. Phone 2310 after 4 p. j m. c-173 : MONTHS AGO we sold to a falniily-who moved to this vi- einily a high grade piano "which circ imstances-no\v require us to takt back; this, piano is practi- call. like! sigij wil FOR RENT—Modern home, East; Jefferson street; will lease for; one year. Roy Purvis, real es-j tate agent. c-tf' c-tf | FOI half paid for, is in new- FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE- Comb honey. U lbs.. 51.00. Roy Cook, 13G .Maple: street. 71 ; FOR RENT- RENT—Furnished rooms for; light housekeeping; water,; lights and bath; garage if! v.anted. 521-1 North East St; | Phone 215S. J c-tf! condition, of modern de- and fully guaranteed; we transfer the account to a responsible party who will com plei e the balance on a basis as low as $2 weekly, or ?S monthly; for particulars, as to. where piano can be seen, etc., call, wri te or wire the W, W. 'Kimball Company, 235 N. Pennsylvania street, Indianapolis, Ind. : c-172 rooms, bath, laun-! dry, furnace and garage; first; FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Short-], floor; two blocks from town;! horn bull. .1. T. Tebbe. Phone | very desirable. Phone 140 be-! LOS LOST — <OST AND FOUND Shaffer black fountain pen; please return to George Coinpton or Phone 262. c-173 3SX2. 1 c-171 FOR SALE—Some milk cows. Phone-155S. Tipton. ; p-172 FOR TRADE—Automobile) would ! trade for team of horses. \\V H. j Amshury. p-172 j fore 5 o'clock. FOR RENT—Choice office rooms,! also light housekeeping rooms, j modern, Masonic Opera House] Blok. Inquire of • Charles i LOS' •\Yarne, secy. Phone 271. tf c-tf, TAK SN UP — 4-months-old black calf; can have same by paying for this ad. FOR SALE mattress. Bed spriiijas and WANTED Phone (ir>o FQR SALE - Fresh rhubarb, Mrs. 53dna Burkliart. Phone! 1371. - . ' '. c-172 c-171 j WANTED—To buy pony Raj^ Moore, Phone, 130. buggy. c-172 i to FOR SALE '— Hampshire male pigs. W. Doverslierger &. Son, route a, Elwood. p-175 FOR SALE—Nine feeding shoats; reasonable. C. S. Norris. Phone 2495. .' C -1G9 FOR SALE — Fertilizer tobacco base; get our*new low; prices. Tipton Hatchery, Phone 51. •' c-171 FANNED — Girl for housework.; Phqne 2230." c-tf | S3 George's Dairy. p-171 '—Blue 5-gallon can of oil between Tipton and Sharps"ville.-Call 2100 Tipton; reverse chvrges. c-171 : LOST—Somewhere I and Atlanta, between Tin or hi Tiptorij small pocketbook containing WANTED—\^ork on farm for 1S- yeaivold boy; experienced. Call 4S5 or 2510. c-172 Atlanta. WALL PAPER cleaned satisfactorily; have canvas.. L. M. Clark. Phone 2295. C -1S2 FEEERAL FARM LOANS at 5% pe r cent; pre-payment privi le^e. D. S. Phares. c-tf WANTED—Wall paper cleai>ing.. Phone 509. Ray Hunter, p-171 j FOR SALE—Soy beans, recleaned, first class in every particular. J. W. Wheatley, Kempton. c-172 FOR SALE—No. 5 Underwood; a real bargain at $35. The Tribune Press. tf- WANTED — Married farm help. Rolla Hobbs, 3% miles south of] Hobbs. Tipton, route 4. p-173 FOR SALE—Dark blue suit, size 38; two pairs troupers: priec, S10. Phone 2115. Mrs. Fred S. iOgleba'y. dh-171 FOR SALE — Bad4noeh 's baby chick starter, $4.10; Sunflower egg mash, $2.95; Reef f brand oyster shell, $1.00 per cwt. Fear-Campbell Co. ' c-tf STARTED heavy breed chicks; one week, 14c; two weeks, 16c; three wieks, ISc; four) weeks, 20c; soricd'good before selling; hundreds in each age; all doing good; they will please you; come; shipped; open every day and evening. Iloosier Hatchery, Michiganlown, 1 Ind.; [ -174 LADIES WANTED, to string beads jit home; stamped addressed en-j velope for particulars; expert-1 ence unnecessary. Ivory Nov- J elty Co., 113 Fourth avenue, 0 in bills. Marion R. Bower, p-171 MONEY TO LOAN NTY OF MONEY AT 5% per cent, from 1 to 10 years, witl: pre-payment privileges; best loan In the state. Standerfprd & Standerford. . c-tf FARM LOANS — Best lv«ns In suate, 5 to 20 years; interest annual or semi-annual with full pdyment privilege. Fielding & Fielding. - c -tt New York.City. p-171 WANTED—That watch or clock that hasn't been running for years; we can make it run— right; prompt, reasonable, guaranteed service. Foster Jewelry ! and Optical Co. Phone 591. . .. ' c-171 DEALERS WANTED—A real business Opportunity; we are look, ing for live, wide awake men or ; women to^handle the city trade the genuine Heberling household products, in the city ofl' wag l Tipton; write today for full the Daily Wheeze •U her ttle Mary was on a visit to grandparents and the old- fashioned clock in the hall was urce of wonderment to her. While she was standing before it her grandmother s^id to her from lie :iest room: "Is the clock running Keith, the four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. E. F.'Colgrove Of North Conde street' had a lucjcy escape; from; serious injury ^Saturday evening when he ran in the path of an automobile driven by a Mr. Lewis, residing on the Berryman pike. ; j The| youngster and several other children had been playing]in the huge gravel pile which Ihe state highway department has Ion Erie street. A. A." Co'ppock driving west passed the youngsters who were quitting play and leaving the gravel pile. Several of the older I children ran across the street in front of the Copp'ock truck which was meeting {the Lewis machine. .The younger child j.waited until the truck passed arid then ran in front' of j the oncoming automobile. • \ Mri Lewis avoided striking! the boy by swerving his car sharply to the south and the youngster ran into the front wheels of i the machine. His legs "were skinned badly and he was otherwise bruised but not seriously hurt. The driver stopped instantly and took the child to his home'on Conde street. Mrs. Colgrovo i was. in Indianapolis at the time and did not know of the accident] tin til her return Monday morning. Tipton, Churches Attended ; Large Crowds Sunday. r services iharked Special Easte t jie jday Sunday in Tipton churches.' Special musical j pror grams] were rendered • in most churches. At St.' John's Catholic church and at the Lutheran church this special religious day was soleriinly observed.: ! j A large congregation was in attendance at; the Easter services it ' the West Street 1 Christian hurch Sunday. The' church prorata: began with a beautiful suit- meeting • at| 6:6'6 services j we're in S. L. Havens, pres- tion : ofj ed by piano. At church •lse ; prayer I 'clo'ck. These :harge of Mrs. dent: of [the Vfoman's Missionary society :o'f the |church. The robed junior choir of twenty voices, with ;-MiS8 J Alti Mount iat the organ assisted in the services and number; was also Leather- a special'solo rendered "by Mrs. R. D. man.: For the Sunday school hour there was an junusually large at tendance in all the classes and departments and a very large Easter offering taken. Rev. H. R. Pearcy, the pastor brought an earnest Easter Message, j at the morning worship and seven girls the invitation. The in tile 8er.vices:,witll MEET MR. MITCHELL. 1 Minstrel Man and Auto Salesman Now Owns a Cigar Store! Meet Mr. Elbert Mitchell,; Tip- ten'.s genial minstrel man j and auto salesman, who blossoms out as the proprietor of a cigar store. Monday morning Mr. Mitchell purchased the Sharp cigar Store and poolroom from Floyd Sharp administrator of the Clyde Sharp] estate, and he is now in charge. This business located on East] Jefferson street, has been established many years and enjoys aj consistent trade. For some time,: Mr. [Mitchell has been employed] at the Tipton Chevrolet Company] as salesman. ! i Visited Here. dear?" tfo, ma'am,' Mark "it's just standing still and XEW PRICES — Barred, White and -Buff Rocks: Reds: White • Wyan- dottes; Buff Orpinctons. *12 per 100; $57.50 per SHO per 1.000. im- t.? n -A Br °wn Leghorns. |f 10 ner l % PC chick when 50 arc ship- ESLfp when 25- IW« each „l£ a ?i , ,je K''Orns and Heavy's each Wednesday. H„ os ier | Chicks Jamfsw-ay liatchcd. Eptr nocks hoad by head six HufccesRive Each order cirefuilyi sortfad. ciilied years. «,«, order cirefui..., First i; c!ass chicks f or - firk clnsn price. Hoosicr Hatchery, I Michi- Eantown, Ind. FOE BENT FOR RENT — 4-room apartment, modern, west tide square W. . T. Harding. , - i ii^-tf FOR RENT— House. 5 rooms and bath, 909 N. Main. Phon° 36 OT 4229 I c .u particulars. G. C. Heberling Company,'Dept. 159. Blooming-].' ton, 111. c-1321 J M wor| jica. MISCELLANEOUS FOR Shelton or Frederick Vita- Tonic -permanent wave; call at Compton Hati& Beauty Shoppe; we give . satisfaction, always." Phone 262 for appointment. c-176 WE HAVE taken the local agency for G. D. Sutton Co., of Mason • City,- 111., th'e largest growers of • 'soed corn in the world, and havjs • on hand some of their corn; this corn is sel/ected, tipped, butted! , shelled by hand, t. dried . and handled throughout in tha moat : scientific manner and fnaran- - teed; Krug com, KfoAtrletderi ; reasonably; 1 early,: • |8.B0 p «S- bushel; Utility Type, Reid*. matures earljr,; large yieldcr,- fS.60 per ^rathelr Hybrid N4 was| ed promptly replied ;ing its tail." O., his Coolidge doesn't need 500 tis to -write a history of Amer- Just say: Robbed Indians; ed natural resources; invent- play pretties; issued bonds. Head Tribune want ads? FOR SALE OR TRADE 1929 Essex Coupe. 1928 Essex Coach. 1925 Studdbaker Sedan. 1925 Dodge Coupe. SERVldE JjlOtOR do. Intone «3. For tale: 19S7 <-do6r 'Bulck> II 16 4-inoi muter siidaiti; |l« Stndebaker, M&JminV, Paul Hardyi of Spriugfield, vjsited over Sunday with j mother, Mrs. Lulu Hardy, and : H ' S ! children, David and Pauline|Har-; dy, o~n South West street, ^rank] Y. Hardy, of Indianapolis,: was; also i a Tipton visitor Saturday afternoon with his mother, while] looking after some business affairs and piying taxes. From'; Tipton he went to Peru to spend Sunday with Mrs. Hardy's mother MrsJ^tella ]Miller, and jvlth; IhM family, visiting there. i responded to choir assisted a beautiful Easter anthem. .The antifully decorated for the services with baskets and vases of flj>wers and singing birds in cages, which gave forth their cheery sprig during services, The:word ^'Christ is Risen"-arid I ' ! "I' 1 !• a beautiful; crjoss of white; Easter lilies, featured the decorations in the jcbancei of the chur-ch. Following the church services Meii- denhall, the photographer took a picture of the chancel with the decorations and the Junior -choir in their robes. ^ j 1 ] Special Easter services' at the Kemp Methodist; cliurch featured the Sunday program which began with: the.large Sunday, school at hour. Special music by the choir at the morning worihip hour arid Dr. John C. White the" pastor brought a splendid massage. • | lit the ev sning the | church choir rendered a very beautiful Easter concert under tlhe tdirec- the morning was [rendered Eaeter gat ion.' the First . Presbyterian Sunday school hour was followed by the morning worship hour when the pastor Rev. NJ V., Andrews brought a' splendid message to a large congre^ The program featjires included:: the processional of •; the vested choirs the Junior and; the Adult choirs,and the beautiful choir numbers. - ..; i - - • .In the^ vesper service at .5:00 o'clock the choir, rendered ' the beautiful Easier cantata, "Life Eternal" und^r the direction^ of 1 Mrs.' N. V. Andrews and .-f Iter* daughter Miss Estelle Andrews. A laTge congregation -was priwent^'e vesper service in spite of the .','."' ' ; ; At jthe First Baptist' church special music also featured. - the day and ^the entire ' spirit of.;'the day was in keeping with the Easter mjessage of the resurrection. The (beautiful cantata, "Jesus Only.'f was brought by the j choir and was appreciated by the; large audience present iii spite,of the weather conditions. : At |the morning, worship hour, . j - - - . *• the pastor. Rev. S.., A.' Gordon, brought a message oi- the resurrection, after the choir had Iren- deredi a fine program of Easter music] in-keeping wifh;the day: Tiere was alscTa' larger attend ; ance than usual'.aV* the • Sunday school. "•''... The annual Easter family dinner of the- Hobbs Methodist church,"was enjoyed at the church Sunday. There, was the usual Sunday school period, followed by the worship hour at which the pas-] tor, Rev. -Bunner, brought a splen-j did Easter message. There was! also a special Easter anthem by] the choir. j The usual bountiful dinner was served in the chufCh dining room after the services, and the members and their families-and many friends lingered for a happy hour after the dinner. " Five IK-aths. ' s \ Placerville, CJ .1., April 21.— *, Trichinosis, caused by eating im-* t properly-prepared pork, today-* ai had claimed the lives of live per-; 1 sons, all members of a picnic par-;. ty at which home-made salami]' was served several weeks ago. With Compton Shoppe. Mrs. Lee Fiekle. a graduate in;; beauty culture is in charge of the.)'. Compton bat and beauty shoppe.*. Mrs. Fickte is not a stranger in'' Tipton, having an acquaintance*! with several local, people. '.' Spending Vacation Here. With Oakes Coinpimy. Loren Myerly, who for the past several years has been with the Railway Express Company as driver, has accepted employment ;with the; Oakes Manufacturing-Company,] and began his duties-there Monday morning. Mr. Myerly/ will be in the clerical'department of the concefri. Roy Cardwell, son of Mr. 1 and Mrs. Thomas Cardwell, residing southwest of TipTpn, has; taken the position vacated with the. express company and also jstarted Monday. Russell Bozell, son of Mr. and Mrs. jjohn Bozell, spent • Easter Sunday in Tipton with' his parents.! He is maifager of an A. £ P. store at Crawfordsville, having been located at that place for some time. ;!•';'•" Mr, and Mrs. Gerald McColley! ' and son (ieorge Edward, of Eas^ Jefferson street, spent Sunda£"; with his mother. Mrs. John Kley-*" la and Mr. rXleyla.. east of At| lanta. Mrs. Lon Ketcham and son| Rod of Detroit are visiting tliisj week with her mother. Mrs. Sarah ] Nicholson and with her sisters.] Mrs. Ernest Rosenthal, Mrs. Den-'r- , ' . . . - : In lin> matter ot the estate of sil Burton and Mrs. A. W. Comp-| iIal . clls van Bibber, deceased. In \<n Ire ti> llrirs, C'rnlilor>. Ktr. ton. Feb-• rThe Detroit' echools are closed for ten day's for the Easter vacation. Bandit Killed. the Tipton -Circuit Court, l-nary Term. 19:in. Notice is hereby given that Louis G. SKriiMit. as executor o(_ the estate of Marcus Vanl'.lbberi deceased, has presented and filed his account and vouchers in final rtlement of said estate, and that . • . . | the same will come up for exan .i(1., pru " i nation and action of said Circuit An unidentified bandit was killed! Coim (m tlle day of May, last night by Ivan Stearly, at-|l!i30. at which 1 time all heirs, cre^ tendant at the Culley oil station i ditors or legatees of said estate .here. Terre Haute, when the man and a com-i are ™> B ' re * tn i,ppPar , in _ .court and show cause, if any tnerp. •tf. held up the: be why sakl ; „. ( . (m i lt an ,i voucher* paniqn, who esca; place. The baritrafJ-who wis slain sliou'.d' not be had nothing on"ms^person to aid i V.'itn«ss tli identlficatidn. Hindoos Arrested. ipproved. ,, clr-rk and ~cal i-P, [said Tipton Circuit Court, at TipS-i j ton. Indiana, this l'iHli day of I April. l!)5it. j (Seal) IRVIN MILLER. J 171-177- Clerk Tipton '/. Au- 1S3-1S9 Circuit Court.; Xotice t«> Non-Itvsidrnts. - Calcutta, India, April 21. thorities tliis; afternoon feared tension prevailing throughout Bengal province portended seri-! " , ous developments. There were ar-|State of Indiana, ' r ; rests of the civil disobedience: Ti P to » County. • "'.'.', •,, i Farmers Loan & Trust Co. vs. campaign leaders all over the; Ra i ph X . Uipberqer. et a». I»'- provlnce a>= a preventive measure.! the Tipton Circuit Court, Feli-f "—-' • *•'. | ruary Term, 19S0. Complain*. Mrs. Merle Brown, of New; No. 1404. -» «.. kkl : u • '•«..» B • t~ Now comes piaintff. by George. Market was here Easter Sunday ' Giffor(L attorney . and fiIea f ts and visited with her mother. Mrs. ! complaint herein, together Oda. Mitchell ;of East Jefferson! an affidavit that Ralph X. RipbejtJ street. Mrs. Brown and family Ye-j ^ e '" and Nina Florence Ripberger,,. . . „ , r . . ., , . , are not residents of the state oi side at New Market, the husband I i n ^j ana being engaged in the general i Notice is therefore herby gtfn, store business. ien.said defendants, that unless, ' 9 , j ]they be and appear in the Tiptoa* ; Circuit Court on the 4th day of', Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ray andij une> 19:111. the same beinir the; little son of Arcadia visited over] 27th judicial day of the MarS Easter with the former's parents ''term, 1930, of tile Tipton CircuifJ iii' • J « - • '-, 1 o ,i Court, beginning on the 1st Monf- Mr;-and Mrs. John Ray on East j([ajr Qf ^ 1930 at {he c „ nr j. Jefferson.street. ] hri„ se ; n fipton. in said countf J «i> j and state, .and answer or demur* to said complaint, the same wil}! be heard and determined in theifj absence. •« In witness whereof, I hereuntdj set my hand and affix the seal of J said court, at Tipton. Indiana,* this 3rd day of April. 1!K!0. Jj (Seal) IUVIX MlLLKIt, ... 150-65-71-77 Clerkjl Notice of Administration. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been .appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Tipton' County, State of Indiana, administrator of the..-state of Emma Huckstep, late of Tipton .bounty, deceased. Said estate Is supposed to bet solvent. : LEWIS HUCKSTEP. April 2, 19301 Administrator. GIFFORD ..& GIFFORD, Attorneys. 157-63-69-75 -YU'CTIOX: Without resenre. Uf J Stock well. Tippecanoe county. TJJ room residence. Monday, April 2S», 2 p.- ra.; liberal terms. GracJJ; Family Dinner. Shoe'maker.- owner. ... - -.- tt ] Land Auction Company, auction?* eers, Noblesvflle. t Mrs. Frank Olespn] Muricie:,. guests' of Mrs., Oleson's parentr?, Mr. arid Mrs lly on North Main street. Si Mr.iand Mrs Paul-entertained a tamily Easter dinner having a]i guests with Mr: and Mrs. Obason. ;James Liigar and children, Mr. and- Mrs. XJharlei Bath and ra*Uy, ind Mr.- ank Mn |i Olen Wi*§ 1 of .Tipton. ^pK?"'-/ 1 Eitefs' Hoepltal; • '•'•""•'•'•-^ Harold Goy>ndiitfe; spent. Kaster- -1 Tlbtc mi

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