The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 5, 1930 · Page 2
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, May 5, 1930
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?AGE TWO .THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE In a It's ma cigarette it's HAT INTEGRITY is to a public official, taste is to a cigarette—the one quality that wins and holds publiccon- fidence and esteem. ON TASTE AND TASTE ALONE, Chesterfield continues to gain smokers, both men and women. Chesterfields are mild — not strong or harsh—yet they have richness of flavor and aroma. They are not insipid or tasteless. WITNESS THE STEADY GROWTH in the popularity of Chesterfield — a popularity which proves that with smokers, as with us, it's "TASTE above everything". We state it as out honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chestcr- " field cigarettes arc of finer quality and hence of bettet taste than in any other "cigarette at the price. LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO CO. ussm & ntas TOBACCO CO J HOOVER IS TARGET. (Continued From Paje 1.) verised by the unfriendly political leadership within the Picsidcnt's own party. "Mr. Hoover is suffering from in accumulation of misfortune. the New York Times "The biggest was when PROLIFIC MOTHERS. Mexico Seeks "Queen" for Mother's Day Celebration. City of Mexico, May 5.—Efforts byj the newspaper Excelsior to find Mexico's most prolific mother, who will be crowned "Mother Queen ot" Mexico" on Mother s Day, has brought to light the.existence, of some remarkably large families, choice of a queen is still undecided pending investigation of the families of two mothers said to have 12 YEARS AGO May 5th. •• Tipton friends were advised <:f the'death of Nathan Bailey, "(>. which occurred at his' home'in'' Windfall on .the-4th. * # * Pat Mulhirkey. was hero go- ting material for. his homo oast <>t Tipton which ho was remodcliii •-'. Political Announcements. • The Tribune, from now until the date ot the primary election, will cartry political announcements in this column; payment for the same must be made in advance. - For Judge. As a candidate for the Itepubli-! can nomination for judge ot the Tipton circuit; court, I hereby respectfully solicit your support. S. A. CULVER. John W'iHia.m Wiggins. !: thirty-two living children. Moth- j. months', old' sun of Mr. and Mrs er's day in Mexico is May 'I'D. j Walter Wiggins " died with .ptie.i Twenty-two mother queens of I „,, m j;f_ states, whose names were an-] ' . ' " * ' * * npunced yesterday, have a total of 319 Children, an average of fourteen each. DON'T FORGET. J The Tribune, printed an iuter- •] e.-ying' letter front William Deak- lyne written from "somewhere in | Franco." ••' 1 For County Treasurer. ! I am a candidate for the nomi- i nation of treasurer of Tipton i county, subject to the Republican primary, May B. 1930. 1 shall an-; ! predate any assistance given me I in njv campaign, i TfiOS. B. BARTHOLOMEW. (Continued From Page 1.) c'inct S, St. John's, old school building. Jefferson township—Precinct ^Goldsmith school house; pro-1 ! iuct 2. Kempton school ' house; \j irecinct 3, garage in Kempton;/ precinct 4, Tet.ersh.urg.garage. • Prairie township—Precinct 1, Edwards schooihotise: precinct '-, } Prairie Consolidated school: pre- jeinct 3, Mt. Lebanon church. 'Liberty township—Precinct I, Snberton store: precinct 2. residence of Dora DeWitt: precinct •}, Ross schoolhouse. Wildcat township—Precinct 1. Harvey Reaper's residence: precinct 2, residence of S. S. Kd r wards; precinct 3, Sholty garag"--; precinct .4, residence of Bert Ilail- '-'>'•' | Mr. and Mrs. "Dave. McC'oilongh j.le.ft for'fiattie ('•reek.'Midi., \vi'1: j Die ' e .Ypi 'etsitinii • of inaking that j place their home;.' Mrs. .11. M. Uecolis and I... >.l. agan received telegrams i.e .v- porf for service the former liein:: ordered to Florida. ^ ?' * The Chicago Kas Company was completing a well on I he .!. i". Mattingly farm. For County Clerk. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination for clerk of the Tipton circuit court, subject to the decision of Hie Democratic voters at the primary election to be hold May'<j. 193". PARKER DUNHAM. In. Meiiiorhiiii. who I May i TIPTON CHAPTER. ; (Continued from Page" One.) impressive service was held, thai of initiating the six.pledges ini.iv full membership of the- sorority. I with Miss Ferguson presiding al i the initiation ceremony. ; ; Phi Rota l'si is a national sor- : ority, having been founded at.,! Columbus, 'Oliio. Feb.' 15. -1 f»" I = ] There are now Ihirty-one active! chapters in eight different states. I The object of this sorority is] charity. They also offer each year j to some worthy girl-of high srlioj- j- astic standing in their mmmun-J ity j In iiit-mory. of'our dear hnsha i and father.. YV. s.. llobl (passed away one year a j I. 1929,' • • ! Just one year ago this evening i You - heard yuur Master's call. I Hh. peacefully you fell asleep i And ieft us. one and all. i And in His. amis Ili- -allied you i„- thai beautiful shore j From sorrow, si.-kness. and. pain. [: Where, (lent l.i shall lie no nee... I have announced as a atic candidate for the nomina- , tiou for dork of the Tipton cir-,' | cnit court, subject to the primary election May G. 1930. Any support given me wilt be sincerely appreciated. JOHN' F. HEATH. For Trustee. ^ I hereby announce myself as a; candidate for the nomination for: trustee of Cicero township, subject to the decision of the Democrat voters at- the. primary election to be held Tuesdav May 6„ 1930. ItfcX L. IIAPKKTT. ! j I am a candidate for tie i ncratic nomination for tnt. j Cicero township and will ciato any aid that is •-•jven Pern-' :t:e of appro-, mu in | We. loved voir. yes. v.'e - Your passing grieve; j On •your sweet face ; j"" . smile. : ;We know wher'as > I Yot: fought the hiiii'le j' We.know you have •Oil yonder side your a | . I'.ntil we shall have, cost. 'lifi pleasal Ml g.o. Iiravely. ;oi lost, e wailing paid : .• mv. campaign and in lie primary election. JOHN C. liOZKLl.. I am a candidate for tie. publican- nomiuatioii for ir; •>•••» of Liberty township. Vn;;: apport. at the primary. May will be fullv appreciated. Ll'THE'li Rnl.Kll. Drake Beauty Parlor Graduate of Rainbow Academy Call 1." for Appointment Second Floor, Mti..ouic Ittdg. good and' i u •-•. Your life Was so noiil pure. ' Your, pathvvay life iiilnn Our happiness was ttirnoil -row. On thai sad and hm"ly.eveiii'ig^ a scholarship to some univor- j Though yet we have a promise.' Silly. [" r '''--'t we woiUd despair. •our lives are what tioil intend'd We'll nto'e.l again over there. standard, as is I'hi Beta l 'si, in-[' stall a .chapter in this city.'is -Hi"! honor to Tipton and -the girls ile- : serve the cooperation of all local) people. i } ' i" -or-i Having a. sororit.v of a iiigh : Mi^s.-'l..' .1. Ilbhbs and childri . Tribune- "•'arit'ads nay. M. &-N. SHOE STORE Nothing Over $4.98 .COURTESY OUP. MOTTO Obituary. | (Contributed) '.-' .! ! Domeris Porter, the daughter; ! Of. William and Emilia-Porter, was! ; horn in Hamilton county.• April i j 7. 1S49. She was married to Ah-! jdrew Sharp. Oct. 3. 1S73. He de-j | parted this life May 12. 192ij. To j I this union was born : one daitgh-l j tor. Mrs. Charles Ca'ca. | parted this life Dec.-25. 1S99. .! j : Mrs. Sharps united with, thej i Christian church in Omega.- in thej- I ~ i ,jyear 1SS-I and was a devoted] | Christian the remainder of.'her.! i life. ' i I She is survived by one grand- slaughter, Mrs. Ray Curnutt.^jind j two great-g.randchildren, Gerald. ; iinii CJeneva Curnutt. and. a host of friends and relatives. She departed this life April 'till. 1930.. representing organized over asserts. I prosper- FOR SALE Chickering piano, $6 el, can be had by" pay! .ance due;, $148.50, at. $6 per. reference month; ; please give and .we will i advise whbre no can be seen. Address C. L SHIR1EY Bra 145. Kokomk Iud, mod- bLl- p)a- ity blew up right in his face last | commerce October." , '. business, in the meeting here de-| John J. Parker for associate jus- There is no concealing I he fact j nouncing the Hoover farm pro-' tice of the supreme court. A let- the President has been unlucky, j gram was merely one symptom j ter was written dvy Joseph H. Dix^- Twenty-fdur hours after Mr.-II no- jot the growing uneasiness among! on, assistant secretary of the in- ver to^d Hie Chamber of Com-'the business conservatives. More j terior, to Walter H, Newton, one mercc oT the United Stales the' surprising was the applause giv-| of the President 's secretaries, im- worst- was over for business, the en a speech attacking the tariff, mediately after the death of Jus- stock market took another flop. {hill. . j tice Edward Terry Sanford sug- The cast is stock-miiided. aiid i Who and where are the Hoo-'gesting that the nomination of i Hoover there is no way an administration j ver political leadors? It is ^easier' the North Carolina Justice would! called < can prove to the people the coup-, to say who most of them a/re than i be a "master political stroke." j will fight, or knuckle to the hoar try i£ prosperous with a "bear" to say Where they are when the! Why this letter was not read; tlle Political forces In 1 his party, market. | President needs, them. It is gen- and immediately destroyed, ' no! Apparently his present pacific It should not he forgotten the Lefally admitted the President has> one at the Whito Jlousc has of.-j PoMicsJ enemies. The burring of cast also is wet-minded and the few leaders in his own party whflgfered to explain The letter was tne b/eos afoun^ the political head administration lias been subject I would go to the ditch with" him/included in "the; Parker "files, sent'saems tolgrow, loUderi 'vMr. 'Hoot to constant heckling over projii-! The "old }|uard" politicians 'have'from the White Houiet to the* de-Wer •• musts- jBitliervhlve^Kem'- or trouble in >concealingi; their scorn partment of i'usiice;' 'and' from : awatfrW. '• *b in'danger'of being when 7 in ungaarded mom«nt8-fliey -ta>re to 'the' aenate:'JttiJctery i com-''W.iiifiS,'to 'deithV ' | Boy uiittee and unexpectedly bobs up Judge I friends admit f.iis was a case of bungling that even political novices should not make. Such incidents as these have furnished ammunition for the enemies of Hoover in his.own party to undermine the administration among the Republican politicians. - In the next few months, Mr. undoubtedly J will be to decide whether he bition enforcement', policies. Business and booze are more interest-j ing to this part ; of the country! than any other subjects under j Scouts." discussion at the present time. ! The most recent mention the "Hoover instance oc- nn the floor of the senate ddting*. Tfie mohlh ot April marks eight the debate on Parker's confirma-i anniversaries of eventful chapter.? The-action of the chamber of i curred during Uie present fight jtion. .1 T- > •X. y ^ '1 Even the President's close of our national history. The U. In .Meinoiiani. | In loving remembrance or our dearly l|eloved wife and mother. Mrs.' Virginia Cumiu.ings. .who left us May 5th, 1929, just a year, ago. There is a link that death can not sever : Love and Remembrance will last forever. ; Frank Cummings add. daughter, Rosemary. Winter Is Over But Now Is the Best Time : to Fill Your Cellar ' With Fuel. J P. SMITH Liiiisiber Co. Phone 72. Insurance" of All Kinds Life — Auto — Accident Protection for Whatever Your Personal or Business Needs May Be. LEE F. GRJFFTH INSURANCE AGENCY . Phone 57. W. A. Pumphrey, D. C. CHIROPRACTOR Otlice Over. Foster Jewelry Store. Phone y.>l. Tipton. Inil. Read Tribune want ads. Makes You Look Years Younger The skin of youth lies in every box pf new wonderful MELLO- GLQ Pace Powder. The purest powder made—its color ;is passed by the U. S. Government. '• No pastiness, flakiuess or Irritation. A new; Prench process makes it spread more smoothly and prevents ilarge pores. No moro shiny noses—it stays on longer. ,Uso MELLO-GLO. Gross QOLF TOGS SPORTSWEAR Kilclii) Tint Enamel For Woodwork and Walls Brighten Up Your Painted Walls With This Superior • Washable Enamel. Blue Front Drug Store TIPTON, IND. "A Good Place to Trade" LOANS ^25 to S:$0O—Your Own Sccur ity—Quick anil Confidential Peoples Loan & Credit Co. Kin. 4, Masonic llldg. N. Main. See— YOUNG & MASON Suits and Furnishinfra 6 East Jefferson St. Automobile Insurance FULL COVERAGE Fire Theft Windstorm Collision Property Damage - Public Liability Personal Adjustment of Losses. first National Insurance Charles Warne, Manager Opera House Block RADIO SERVICE We 'Go Anywhere — Aerial Work—Full Lino Aci-.-s.sorics McJunkin Radio Shop Plume ai»X7. Our New Spring Woolens Are Arriving—^Corne and Siv Them . CHARLES TOUCH Tailor and Men's Shop 108 North Main Struct. We Trade for Yonr Old Tires LINEBACKS West Jefferson St. POPULAR PBICBD SHOES HOME TRADE SHOE STORE East Jeffenon St., Tipton -»'vk

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