The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 1, 1930 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, May 1, 1930
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FOUR Ladies! Smart Dresses PIONEER DIES. Mrs. Dells Ware of West Liberty Died Thursday Morning. Crepes, Georgettes and Prints New and Beautiful in Every Detail, $2.98 and up to $14.95 MILLINERY Hair Braids and Baku Never More Beautiful $1.00 up to $6.50 Boston Store Art Metal files and office furniture. Tribune Press. Mrs. Delia Ware,) widow of the late Dr. Christopher Ware, died Thursday morning at 7:00- o'clock at her home in West Liberty, death being.'due' to heart complications and other ailments. Mrs. Ware had been an invalid for more' than a year and had spent the winter with her son Dr. Ralph Ware and. -family at Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. She had improved and the son brought her to her own home! two weeks ago. ' She was taken - much worse Sunday and her condition gradually grew worse until death came. No funeral arrangements will be completed until the son arrives. Mrs. Ware, who was 68 years of age, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Zentmyer,. pioneers of the community of West Liberty and she had lived in that community practically all her. life. Her husband the late Dr. Ware, was a practicing physician in the West Libery community for half a century or more. His death took place about five years age. She is survived by the son Dr. Ralph Ware, who is a surgeon in the Government hospital at Chippewa Falls, anji -one grandson John Ware of Chippewa Palls. She is also survived by. two.sis­ ters, Mrs. Frank Hickman near Windfall, and Mrs. Alice Hancock of Kokomo and a.number of relatives in the Windfall and West j Liberty communities. •'" ' Mrs. Ware was one of the lovely christian characters of' tier community, a devoted member and 1 an ' especially active worker in the Methodist church of West Liberty. ' j • : ' BASEBALL 8UND. Perfect Circle Team With Circas *>! Theatre -Tonight and Tomorrow Shows 7:00 and 8:45 Admission: 10c and 25c. Only two more days left io sec the most gorgeous musical romeiiy «iu the screen today: Ask our of jour neighbors, that saw this picture last night, t'ome early and gi< a good seat. Love find* a way in the fin- entertainment to reach the. talk i.n g screen since ••Th c Broadway Melody." The same stars, big song hits, tears, laughs, i thrills! Follow (he crowd (o it! With Chart's King, Bessie Love, lark Benny, < Marie Dressier, Felly Mornn, Eidiic Phillips. Also a Good Talking Comedy BUSINESS CHANGE. Charles E. - Hostetler whose 1929 Ford sedan was wrecked in a fatal crash. on the Ra'nge Line road Monday night, was here last night visiting at the bedside of his wife, who is still at the Burkhardt offices. X-ray pictures will be taken this morning of the injured woman and it is possible she may be taken to her home in Indianapolis today. Mr., Hostetler had no insurance on the : Ford sedan which was ii completely wrecked in the crash in which Mrs. Anna Nutter was killed. The wrecked car was tak-^ en to Indianapolis Wednesday and turned over to the Roy Wilmuth company from which it was purchased. Hcnzic Hamilton Takes Over the Mattingly Establishment. Renzie Hamilton who has, for some time been employed at the Mattingly Cieaning establishment on North Main street, has taken over the management of the, place and tflok charge Thursday morning. This, industrious young man has had much experience in the business and will give his customers a real service. Since Cyril Mattingly relinquished the management of this place it has been operated by .Frank Campbell of Anderson. The place has "always enjoyed a good patronage. Home Quarantined. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holliday at Hobhs, has been placed under quarantine for smallpox; their son Gerald having a light form of this disease. The son has been attending business college at Ft. Wayne and contracted the disease ' from his roommate. Members of the family have been vaccinated and there is little probability of any other cases developing. The young man came home ill and a doctor who. was called instantly recognized his ailment as smallpox. Made a Flight? HOMING FRIDAY and SATURDAY Charles Biltz of the Farmers Oil & Tire Co. went to Indianapolis Thursday to see the baseball game. He went down to the city with A. E. Jackson, representative of U. S. Tires, who is a licensed aviator and it was the intention of-Mr. Biltz to take a short night with' his friend. On Vacation. Leroy Plake, inside, clerk at the Tipton postoffice, started his vacation Thursday-and'will 1 duty until Monday TOay 12. During his absence- Herschell Elleria working inside the office. Baseball.will be offered; the public; here Sunday, the opening game of the season. The Perfect Circle team under the manage-: ment of Roma Law, will' play •Circus John's colored hall te^m of Kokomo on tile Sand Island diamond. The game starts . at 2:30 o'clock. • Circus John's aggregation 'is billed,World's; Greatest Colored Comedy team.- The Kokomo players afford plenty of fun "during an average "ball game but they also never forget that they are supposed to play baseball primarily. The visitors are credited with being a fast outfit. | Manager Law announces that jthere will be plenty of seats for everybody. HAD SO INSURANCE. Ford Sedan of .Charles E. Hosteller is Complete Loss. • KILLED TWO INMATES. Insane Negro - Kills .Two and Is Killed Himself. Columbus, O., May 1.—A Negro patient at the Columbus State Hospital for the insane killed two white "patients last night "and later was himself killed in a strug- 1c with attendants. Ambrose Moss, 31; years old, admitted to the institution yesterday, was the slayer. The victims were Sylvester Shannon, 27, of Flushing, and Frank T. Wilson, 52, of' Cambridge. The two white men were struck with a small stand table.- suffered fractured skulls. Moss's neck was broken when he resisted the attendants. Are Moving. Mr." and Mrs.' G. W. ! Preston> who have been residing in the Charles Warne property 1 127'' North Independence street, are vacating this property and are moving to half of the Bowlin: double 1 on West Jefferson street. Mr. and Mrs. Warne who recently sold their house at 223 West Walnut street to J. w: Addleman, will vacate, that property and move to the property vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Preston, . Just as soon as Mr. Warne and family have moved Mr. and Mrs. A'ddleman, who traded their property on East Jefferson street tq Mr. Warne for the West Walnut street property, win move to that property,' vacating the East Jefferson street property. This will be • occupied • by Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Warne who .recently moved to Tipton from Tucson, Arizona. RELIEF FROM OURflE . O? OOMSTIP ATION • BatttovOrMlc^pnjrafcUn ; aeys; '•Constipation Is responsible tor more, misery than any other cause." 1 <'But 7 immediate -• relief - • baa - • been ConmL] A'tablet;caUedH(e«aU OTT #erUea has bean discovered- • Tata tablet attraeU'wafer from'ttie ar* 1 tew into tbijlasy.dry," •vacaatlnf - W; waaliiaai ' Funeral of Mrs. Scalley. Funeeral services for Mrs. Margaret; Scalley, widow of John E. Scalley .were held at the ^St. John's Catnolic church in Tipton Thursday morning and were attended by many friends , of this splendid woman. Rev. F. Jos. Bilstein conducted the services -and burial was in the Catholic section of Fairvlew cemetery. - Shelbyrille Ceasas, On a set of these Long Mileage, Sure Footed, Trouble Free Balloon Tires COMPARE THESE PRICES Firestone Oldfield 1 tres 29x4.40—21 .. .$ 5.75 , 29x4.50-20 ...6.49 30x4.50—21 ... 6.55 28x4.75—19 ... 7.89 29x4.75—20 |. .''..! 7.95 30x4.75—21 ... 8.19 29x5.00—19 | ... 8.29 30x5.00—20' .: I.. 1 8.55 31x5.00-21 V .. 8.75 28x5.25—18 ,J....:.... ...9.59 30x5.25—20 .............:....-....] . 9.75 31x5.25—21 ... 10.15 30x5.50—20 .., 10.95 Firestone Anchor Six-Ply * Heavy Duty Tires 89x4.50^-20—8 29x4.50—21—6 28x4.75—19-6 30x5.25^-20—6 31x5.25—21—6 29x5.50—19—6- 30x5.50—20—6 31x6.00—19—6 32x6 .00r- 20—6 33x6.00—21—6 31x6.50—19—6 32x6.50-20—6 34x7.00—20—6 35x7.00-21-^6 RECHARGING -pry heavy duty -ply heayy duty -ply heavy duty -ply heavy duty -ply heavy duty •ply heavy duty -ply heavy duty -ply heavy duty ply heavy duty •ply heavy duty -ply heayy duty -ply heavy duty ply heavy duty •ply heavy duty .$ 9.35 . 9.50 10.75 .12.85 . 13.25 . 14.25 .: 14.60 . 14.75 . 15.00 . 15.35 . 16.50 j- 16.95 J 19.75 .! 20.50 •0? RADIO SERVICE ALEMITE SERVICE & Sons Shell Gasoline and Oils Engagement Announced, Blooinington, Ind., May 1.— Prof, and Mrs. James A. Woodr burn, formerly of Bloomington and now.of Ann Arbor, Mich., announce' the engagement of their daughter Janet to Ernest H. Wiecking of Washington. The wedding will be solemnized .in Ann Arbor, May 31. .. See physical training ex Mbit at igym, Friday, 7:30 p. m.; 10c admission.. ~ c-181 May Shelbyvttle, Ind., _ Mar [iSbelbrcillehu ? nine* Jl-aefBO' 'leas 'nmofa^n the.' Tacnc&l -ehuwra' Hon ••<~3*» Have You a No Special Session. Washington, May 1.—A .suggestion to President Hoover, yesterday, by. Senator Jones (Repub THIS: INTERESTED US-^ MAYBE IT WUJIJ YOU, TOO 1 JMfr you read about the man mho lolled 1 hiniMlf Why do we call it January? It may seem a little late to. in- i quire into the origin of .the word "January," but a reader wants, to know, so here goes. Like so many words which we believe to be out and out American, January comes to us from the Liltin lexicon. The Romans had' a. flair for naming I 'ithe days of the ' week and -the ~ was | months of the year after a. god. So, in the case of January; -we gressional leaders that-.this, ses -i j, ave ,t rom Janus, the Roman sion would see final action on the| g0( i of doors and gates, the name high points of the Hoover , pro*j cf t he' month which ushers in the lican, : Washington) that a special! session of Congress be called unless the law enforcement program is enacted, drew quick opposition at the Capitol where Senator Watson of, Indiana, Republican leader, turned thumbs down on the proposal. At the same held by Watson CAR OX. TltACK Chestnut HARD COAL •Just the Tiling for -(.•"*•" Brooder Stoves Phone .Hi. BIIRKHAIIT & f ; 0. W A L L PAPER .-OO.'r.-VTTKKXS' AT SI'KffAIi I'KICEHl l>l'Kl.\t; MAY REXALL BRUG STORE time hope and other i con-| that -.this; gram, fncludingi enactment at the bill transferring . prohibition enforcement from the treasury i to the •Justice department. Awarded Damages, i .:•.'•-.••-,- . .'•. •:•:.'.-: '...| • - , -I'M - St. Louis, . Mo., May l.^-Mrs! Mary MaJone of New PaleBtfne', Ind., has -been] awarded . a $10,-- ooarlodgment b.yGircnltj co^rt jaqr Mainst Mo. A. M. Frum,- ;jberg,-wlfe of^a/former.St.!Louts new year. INTERESTING FACTS. The death rate from diphtheria in Indiana, has been greatly reduced, but not.enough to mdke us. feel proud of it. Don't you-know that this disease could he entirely wiped out if every parent would have' bis children , immunized with;toxin-anti-toxln f.J—. TIPTON BBDiCROSS. CHAPTER.^.:.• Si- Saw nlfcT ;Mkin.« r lfii *;ut ?iec*r«d:, l»laaM 'sbyt' ^•trruns For Children TTHE children of today will be the men and women A of tomorrow. And their future success is no less dependent upon good healthy bodies than upon education and finances.: In fact, good health is everyone's greatest asset; The child who grows into maturity with an unhealthy body is forced to meet the world with the greatest handicap imaginable. How easy it is for Chiropractic to keeo yo >ir children healthy, and yet how many Httie lives are ruined by ill-health! If you baby ifUffere with colic, eonstipaticm, vomit- ingj sleeplMenese^ or if it fails to grow, or erietn- duly, yoircan ;be 'ernse there la something wieag which should be corkeeted witlaeit delay. Then, for and lialjijiiei, see or call the sake of their health , Y * J -Phoae ^4''

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