The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 22, 1930 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 22, 1930
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TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE " FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Some milk. cows. Phone 155S, Tipton. p-172 RE-jtfT—Choice office rooms, i Clyde Phifer, o£ Grand Rapids, i Mich., visited over Sunday with I— , his parents, and Mrs: Joseph Blok. Inquire of Charles' Warne, seer. Phone 271. "tfi WANTED FOR TRADE—Automobile; would trade for team of horses. W. H-" I Amsbury. P-l i2\ FOR SALE—Fresh rhubarb. Mrs. Edna Burkhart. Phone 1:171'. • c-172 also light housekeeping rooms, >. „ .. . • .. _ , -, 7 . v , .. . . „ , T '• Phifer and family, ?of West Madi- modern, Masouic Opera House • , , .• , , . „, i son street, and retuned home Monday. Other guests at the Phifer home for Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. .Riley Beam and two children, of Kokomo. WANTED—To buy pony buggy.: Master Bjlly Beam / Jr , re _ Ray Moore, Phone 130. c-172) tnrne(J ]]0me wkh Ms parents on housework. I Sunday evening after spending the c-tf P a st week with his grandparents, ' : Mr. and Mrs. Phifer. Phone 22 Girl !0. for WANTED—Work on farm for IS-! • year-old boy; experienced. Call I 4S5 or 2510. ' c-172 Prairie Honor Roll. FOIt SALE— price right; Phone 1332. Victor good Victrola: i condition.! p-173! WALL PAPER cleaned tnrily; have canvas. Clark.- Phone 2295. satisfac- L. M. | The Prairie high school stu j dents who are eligible for honor- FOR SALE — Hanrp.shire nialej pigs'. W. Doversberger & Son.j oute 5. Elwood. p-175j FOR SALE—Soy beans, recleaned,' first class iii every particular. .1. W. Wheat ley, Kempton. c-172 c -lS2' a,)!e mention for the second se im ester six weeks honor roll and WANTED — Married farm help.jtli'eir average is as follows: Ninth Rolla Hobbs, 3% miles south ofip. ]a( je, Douglas Cole, | 93c: tenth FOR SALE—No. 5 Underwood; a real bargain at 535. The Tribune Press. tf FOR SALE- silo corn ville. -Seed emii. yellow or Cash Tyner. Sharps- p-174 Hobbs. Tipton,.route 4. DEALERS WANTED—A real business opportunity; we are look- p-173 igrjidel Howard Adler] 93; Melba Lineback,"91; eleventh'grade, Anna Mae Adams, 94; Rachel Wool women to handle the city trade the genuine Heberling house- j hold products, in the city of; djidge, 93; Leon twelfth grade, Mary ley, 94; Bernard Mitchell, Thelma Ruth Ludwigj, 93, Tipton; write today for full j particulars. G. C. Heberling] Company, Dept. 159. Bloomington, 111. ,c-132 ] Everett Hilligoss, 91. Art Student Successful FOR SALE — Five sows and 32 pis:*.. Nancy Ridge. Arcadia. c-173 FOR SALE —Badenoch's i'baby chick starter, $4.10; Sunflower egg mash, $2.95; Reef brand MISCELLANEOUS oy ter shell, $1.00 per Feir-Campbell Co. cwt. c-tf- STARTED heavy breed chicks; one week, 14c; two weeks, lGc; Uiree w'teks, l)>e; four weeks. 20c; sorted good before selling; hundreds in each age: all idoing good; they will please you come: cannot be shipped;, open every day and evening. Hopsier Hatchery, Michigantowu, Ind. ! . ' -174 NEW PRICES — Barred. White and Buff Rocks; Rods: White Wyandnttfis: Buff Orpinstons, S12 per 100: S57.50 per SOU; $110. per 3.000. White and Brown Leghorns, J10 per KiO: $47.50 per 500;! $30 per 1.000. Add 1c. per chick when iiO are ship- peO. 2c when 25. Heavy's each Monday. Lepliornp and Heavy's cadi Wednesday. Hoosier Chicks are .lamesway 1 hatciied. EKK flocks culled head by head six successive ~ years. Each order carefully sorted. First- class chicks for first class price. Hoosier Hatchery, Michi- Baiitown, lnd. FOR RENT FOR RENT — 4-room apartment, , modern, west side square. W. . T. Harding. ic-tf FOR RENT—3 furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Bockover. c-174 FOR RENT— bath, 909 or '4229. : -House, ! N. Main. rooms and. Phone 36 '•• . c-tf FOR RENTV-House, SI!) North Main. Jacob Hofer. 1 Phone Tipton 25X3. i c-173 NOTICE — Try power lawn mower sharpener; it grinds them perfect. Phone 2592. c-177 Friends of .Dane Beaver an very glad to learn of his success . in the state poster contest. He Bear automatic ... ,, . J . iwith other winners w FOR Shelton or Frederick Vita- Tonic permanent wave, call at Conipton Hat & Beauty Shoppe; we give satisfaction, always. Phone -262 for appointment. • " . • • 'c-176 RADIO SERVICE:—We specialize on experL -service work on all makes of sets; full line tubes, batteries, etc Orr, 91 Ellen Lind- 94 and ill be enter tained in Indianapolis at the Lin coin hotel Friday at an afternoon luncheon. The theme of Mr. Beaver's poster was "DangeT Ahead." il The Daily Wheeze A motorist was up before the judge on a, charge of drunken McJunkin Radio j Ilpss - "When 1 cahie on -the 'I c _ t f scene," the policeman testified, Shop. Phone 20X7. • . _j'fbund the defendant[engaged in a A FEW {MONTHS AGO we sold to I heated argument wjth another . a family who moved to this vi-inian." cinity a high grade piano' which circumstances now require us to take back; this piano is practically half paid for, is in new- like condition, of modern design and fully guaranteed; we will transfer, the account to a responsible party who will complete the balance on a'basis as low as $2 weekly, or %S monthly: for particulars as to where piano can be seen, etc., call, write or wire the W. W. Kimball Company, 235 N. Pennsylvania street, Indianapolis, Ind. c-172 LOST AND FOUND LOST — Shaffer black fountain pen: please return to George. Compton or Phone 2G2. c-173 LOST—Fuller oil floor mop, between South Independence and corner of secotid and W. Madi ison streets. Mrs. Earl Beck. Phone 1249. c-174 "Well," commented the judge "that doesn't prove '{anything. "No, your honor,' answered the policeman, "but he was alone.' CURTISVIIJJE. Sunday school attendance 101 collection S4.50. Herman Everling j and-- family of Elwood were guests of Peter Parr Frank Dunlap and Sunday here with Duuiap. j i Columbus Riley and wife Indianapolis spent the week en here with Casper Riley and wife. the Sunday and^family. family spent Mrs. Lydia Oh Sunday Casper wife and Columbus wife spent Sunday ajt< Alexandria u'it Riley Riley and and at Alexandria their daughter, Mr. and Mrs! Hofer Ross Tinlmons and wife pf El wood, James Edwards and , vife of Alexandria and Richard Edwards of Alexandria ^spent Sun day with Roscoe Edwards wife. "~ iCharles Jarvis and wife] Oi Greentown and John Alieyj Jaiid family visited at- Tipton Sjuiiday with Glen Holliday and family. Mr. Jarvis, "Mr. Alley and j Mrl Holliday called on Harry jkuphes west of Tipton, who is in jvery poor health; they all being buddies together in the' worldj. w Rev. H. jMcCune and family.ol Anderson spent Sunday with Merl Thonias and family. Frank Biitnei' w*as an Indiana polis visitor! Sunday. Mrs. Goldie Lyst of burial. Misses El Wood with visited here Sunday evening M. C. Marshall and family J. O. Hali and'family vi^Hfsd at Tipton Saturday evening Mrs. Sarah: Hall. . John Ramey and wife the week end at Elwood Orviile Hinds and family. | Ed Hillan and wife of'JD'ijndee spent Friday with Ed Parr wife. . Truman Morse and wife cj dianapolis, Clarence Goddwin and wife of Anderson and William Haines and wife spent Sun day here with Leander Goodwin and wife. : j Herman! Browning and| fiimily visited at' Windfall Sunday with Charles Martin and wife, j Miss Verla and Berla Swi -1 • -i entertained; Sunday, Miss ind Jeroine" Young and Duisch of Dean of *>heedy of Otis Brooklyn, Miss {Leisure and Marion. Hanshew and wife i i at I Noblesville with Freda Edwards had both! stayed at the Brown jhome while attending the Muncie Normal. , j I Walter Smith and family and of Kdkpmo were Mr. and with j^penl with and f In Columbus, O., for Isabelle and La- Oscar Burganj the Sunday guests of Mrs. Armor Burgan. j Miss Dorotha Mae Bunch who has been ill many months with i! complication of troubles was not so well last week but Monday she was reported as resting easy again. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Caldwell and son of Detroit came Thursday to be the guests of the former's parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Frank Caldwell. On Friday evening Mr. and kfrs.. Caldwell entertained at a children and ing the first! pnd Mr. andj [Terre Haute the Caldwell nford Lois [rw^ Bernice George spent Dal FOR RENT — Three furnished rooms downstairs, for light '. housekeeping. 320 r West Jeffer- 1 son street. Phone 3550. c-174 FOR RENT — Threr< furnished rooms; private entrance. .H7 North East. Phone 1455. tf FOR RENT—Modern robmB; hot water heat. Miller Hotel, Tribune Bids., E. Jefferson: St ; tf FOR RENT—Five rooms, fur- niahed, modern. Nannie Grishaw. Phone 2319 alter 4 p. m. "| c-178 FOR RENT—Furnished room? for light -housekeeping; j water, lights an4 bath;, garage it wanted. 621 North East St. MONET TO LOAN FEDERAL FARM LOANS at 5 Ms per cent; pre-payment privilege. D. S. Phares. c-tf PLENTY OF MONEY AT 514 per cent, from 1 to-10 ye^ra. with pre-payment prlvillges; best loan in the utate. Standerford & Standerford. c-tf FARM LOANS — Beat \Mm> In state, 6 to 30 yeara r - Intereit annual or aemlntnnwl vith full payment privllw. fflaiding * FieldtBg. ', \' it -it I 3 hone +216B. j llRlRENT— 5 rt *oms ,,batb, laup- f^^funuBOi ^BatfRarslge; Jlrst FOR/BALE OR TRADE- itli George Barnes land wife. Miss Beulah Miller of Sulphur Springs spent the- week end here with her grandmother! Mrs. Irena Land. i j: Charles McDauiel ol Anderson spent the week end here with his parents, Gilbert McDaniel and wife. - i . | Walter Hook-and wife spent Sunday at Indianapolis with friends. • I •. .: John Alley and wifal spent Friday at Frankfort on: business. Marshall, Kinder: spent Thurs- Sunday au: Banshew and family. Fred Wviiuy^ot Elit 'oJd spent Thursday jheWjtitli liis bnither E. F. Wann and wife. J Mrs. Fred Horton spenjt Tues day 'and. {Wednesday at Alexandria with.'jGarl Hofer and family. Ed Wanti of Elwood spent Sun day here jwith Miss Vivian and Eugene Wann. | ' •Carl Hofer and family of Alexandria andj Ed Wann andl fiimily attended the baccalaureate services at Windfall Sunday evening. Herman {Browning andj fiimily arid Marion Passwaiter arid wife attended the wedding Sunday evening oflorval Passwaitei and Olivel Browning at the hone of the bride's{ William I fam- For Bale: 1»27 S-«aor Baiek; 4-door iinaater aadan; 1116 Stttdelwker. f«ur doors; -• u> Sail i in* di«^*rTte*« parents. ; i Weismiller and ily' were the Sunday i gueajts 1 of Godfrey Weismiller and family. WINDFALL. Miss Eva Burgan of Ft. Wayne was the week end ; guest' of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ; Armor Burgan. i: Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Moser spent Monday, in Indianapolis. (I Robert Brown of. i South Bend was the week end guest ''of his brother J. W v Brown- and ilfamlly. Sunday guests at the home of Hubert Bunch and famllv jjrere: Stanley Springer and tamllyj Mr. and Mra. Jeua Goodwin;: kack boodvla •«! < CwUy :*U . l otJ Anderaon, Mr, and Mra. OuivWilOfli Mn^Worthman 'ot Cicarol MLuc- »M ^flMiijiJ't^ 1fci.fl W^;and,,^Mkter o^T,^^ prow*,' JMr. tlakghtor •Mrp .'^lnVfi {fish fry their three their families, it be- time for several years that the children had' all been at home at the same time. Caldwjell. arid family of Murpiieysboro, 111,, Willard Cald Well and family of 'Sharpsville{ Mrs. Ed Adams of were also guests at home. Little Dorothy and Barbara {Hayes of Kokomo were the Sat-j iurday and Sunday guests of their] jgrandparents Mr. and. Mrs. -Harmony Beymer. Mr. and Mrs. Kokomo were B. B. Perry of, reu'ling on Vela-, tives here S.unday apd were, ac companied hpme by the fprmer's Oda Perry Mr. and! Mrs. Manse Hough of Kokomo weije the Sunday guests' of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kenworthy. Mr. and Mrs. John Meyuckej served by Mrs. Wilson and { Mrs. Louise Kelso. There-!, were twenty-six present. •. , j Rev. Leroy Meyers' who j 'was formerly pastor of the Methodist church at Nevada was. a Thursday guest of Rev and Mrs. JR.^L jwilson. At the last conference he was assigned pastor, to the Sala mohia church. Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Jones,' Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jones all of Anderson, Mr. .and Mrs', ; 'Chester Jones of Marion and Mrs.; Martin Jones and children of -Kalamazoo were among those - from a distance attending the funeral service of Martin C. Jones that was conducted at the home of Mrs. Frank Berry Thursday afternoon with the Rev; Richardson of Alexandria who wan a boy friend | of the- deceased - officiating.- Burial followed in- BrooksMe cemetery. • Mrs. Blanche; McCarty ; of Phoenix, Arizona,, who has.been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Culver Prcesang arid other relatives has gone to Elwood to "be the guest of friends. - Mrs. Ciarence Brown of South Bend came Tuesday and spent' the remainder of the week with herj parents, Mr. and Mrs.'-Omer Dean. Mr. Brown joined his wife Saturday -for a visit at the Dean home. . Rex. J. S.. Newcomne, former jlpantor of the Methodist church \ here was calling on friends Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs..TQailey of Indianapolis were the week end: guests of Mrs. Sardis Francis. Mrs. George Henry spent Wed nesday in Anderson: ; Miss Isabelle Hadley of De- Pauw University, has been spend Martin and children were thej Monday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Davis Robert Currie, senior at Indiana. Universityj at JBtoomington end guest of his parents, -Mr.', and Mrs. F. A. Currie. ''•'•! i Cole of Elwood Mrs. Murvelj was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Schell. Mrs. Walter Leisure has been confined to her home for several days. by illness and her mother Mrs. Ed Knotty was with her Friday. A sister, Mrs. Grace Hiatt of Converse is at) the. Leisure home Paul Plummer and family o( Kokomo were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dean and family. Mrs. Tom Dean went to Kokomo Saturday to see her granddaughter Wanda Dean ten years of age who is quite ill with rheumatism and heart trouble. Roy Clifton of Spiceland was the Saturday arid Sunday guest of his mother Mrs. Maude Clifton. assisting in the care of Mrs. Sot ire to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. Leisure. She complication, is feared that be'-necessary lefore lieved of the trouble Mr. and Mijs. Bernard creek and: children were tained at Sunday • dinner ijs suffering from a Of troubles and it an 'operation may she is re- home of Mr. Leisure. Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. George In tl>e matter of the estate of Eiasihus Bilby, deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court. February Term, 1930. Notice is hereby given that Dud-* .ley Fielding, as administrator of the estate of Erasmus Bilby. de- ' ceased, has presented and filed his account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for exami- I nation and action of said Circuit "(Court on the day of May, enter- j l:>::ir. at which time all heirs, cre- at the! ditors. or legatees-of said estate 'art- required'to appear in said court and show cause, if any there In-, why said account and vouch- Ariuor Burgan j ers should not lie approved. were at kokomo Friday to see; Witne*.-; the Edward-Burgkn an uncle of Ar -1 said Tipton Circuit Court, at Tip- seriously ml t»n. Indiana. clerk and seal of In-' day of this lftth mot Burgan WHO is senousiy 111 !^ prj | with dropsy and heart complica-l* ( ' Seal) IKVIN MILLER., tions Mr Burgan's home is nearl 172-17S- Clerk Tipton Greentown but he has been re-j 1S4-190 • Circuit. Coitrt. moved to the{home of his daugh-, *"* BMr. and Mrl Lewis Meff.ord andj ing the ..spring vacation with her Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gorbert werajj parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon entertained at Sunday dinner at; Hadley. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred! .Miss Isabelle Edwards, instruc- " ' "" ischools of { spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Thomas Ed Meyncke. Tlie occasion was thej tor in the Mooresville third birthdky anniversary little Rebecca Meynckei j Miss Eugenia Nunemacher of Indiana Untversity was the week end guest; ofj .her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Morford Miss Ida Legg of Koko{mo was the week enjd guest of Iter par ents Mr. and Mrs. A. W. ; Legg. Hayden Hawkins and Elzy Carj ter, studentSN ^oJ the Ft. Wayne^ Business- college, spent the wee' end/at their, liomes. „- . Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bailey, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and ton. rs.' Gr'over -Massey at {Tip-j Mr. and Mrs. John Terwllligerj ad .as their! week end • guests, Mrs. Lola Mitchell arid {son Fredrick and Evsrett Ha.ttabaugh of Indianapolis and , on Sunday { Mr. and.Mrs. Oscir Eades and daughter. Mary Jeih of Hemlock {and Miss Maxine! Wright were also dinner guests. 1 Leo Clouser and family of ; Modoc, Carl Summers and- •• family and Mrs. Cuba Bailey' were ! the, Sunday dinner guests of\ Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Summers, i t Mrs. George Cyphers :1s con 7 to her home by illness and is under the care of ai ph'yalcian. 'Mrs. George): Cyphers lis con; fined to her home by;Illness land Is under the care of, a| physician. Mra. K. B.[ Trimble spent Frl day; tn'- BbarpsvUle the! guest ^ot Mrs. Lou Llo^d. B^^BfttSjrsoa and tanilty r.|.tlo..pW^Ws^o (>4 wards. Rev. Und Mrs. -Jesse Mitchell of Muncie came- Wednesday • and spent the day with thfe former's mother, Mrs. Sam Mitchell . Sirs. Darrel Stack and baby Luis Ann>r are at Elwood at the 'htime of the former's parents, jMr. and Mrs. Earl Caldwell vfrhere {the baby is ill with whopping {cough. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Herman , Smith I who formerly resided at .'West Liberty have! moved to the Geo, Downing farm . -which is better known at the Ira . Cole farm northeast of townV Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ecliolds of Indianapolis were th</ w^k end guests of Mr: and MTS. Will Ech- old^ and Mrs. Harrison-Henry. JViiss Lucile Houston who makes her home with Mr. and Mrs; Stanley Trimble was the victim of a pleasant surprise Tuesday evening when a number ' of her friends gathered at her home to remind her of - Iier sixteenth birthday. The evening -was hap^ pily spent with games and- contests and lovely . refreshments were served by Mrs. Trimble" who had baked her. a large, birthday cake which was decorated with the sixteen' lighted tipers '•-||Mrs.. - George WUburn.. and daughter Louise; of Elwood wer« the Tuesdaynight guests pt Mr, A^^Mrs.hBtanli^'Tr^b ^lp ' ; iraat^to'^ladiaaapoUs avmMt •• and r£M»'VW>Ji joknsonanl U*- ter, Airs. Lori Dutton in Koko-' mo.' .'-.j..- . 1 Rev. R. L.! Wilson addressed the MeuY? Brotherhood at the Main street Methodist church at Kofcpmo Monday evening. Mrs. Wilson and daughter. Mary Alice accompanied him to Kokomo sml spent the evening with Mrs. W. D. Parr; . Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Simmons arid Miss Gwendolyn McKay of Indianapolis were entertained at Sunday dinner at the home Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown. . Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dean entertained at. Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ware of Greentown. Notice of Administration. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed l.y the Judge of the Circuit Court , of Tipton County, State or Indt- j ana. executor of the estate of] .(( iui I'. Leiniuger. lain of Tiptott j .county di-seased. S;iicl estate is' supposed to hi' solvent. EDWARD J. LEININGEIt, April M. I*t::o. Executor. GIFFORD & GIFFOUD. Attorneys. l«t>-72-73 -84 .M'tTIO.N: Without reserve, in o£ i Stbckwell. Tippecanoe county, 7- room residence. Monday. April 28. 2 p. m.: liberal terms. Shoemaker, owner. R. Land Auction Company, eers, Noblesville. Grace C. For- auction- Ford Ammonium Sulphate Nitrogen for the soil in its most desirable and convenient form. A wonderful fertilizer for lawns, gardens, trees apd shrubs. Put up in handy 10-pound bags, at, each— ASK FOR FREE BOOKLET TiptomMain Motor Co. PubUc Sale! Sal., April 26,1J3I at 1 p. ! On0 Mile East an da Half Mile North of Arcadia I TEN REGISTERED JERSEY CATTLE <T. B. Tested) , ^ Six cowi in milk, one tried bull, two heiferi; extra food producer* and enow animals. TI1TE1N SMOPtHIBE 1WX8' ' Tell Tearlinf Are older ones and six lambs. TsTJWBIADHORSIS FARM! ;f^TM ^rTWjper 'eejt'ot for enih, or • uteieet ' IP Hi

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