The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 8, 1930 · Page 7
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 7

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, May 8, 1930
Page 7
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j DOROTHY TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS .RARE FOR SALE OR TEA! REAL ESTATE | WANTED—Wall paper cleaning. Phone 509. Ray Hunter, p-188 -+- FOR SALE OR TRADE for property, several . good deuces in Frankfort; a! pton resi- jso 55- acre farm, 2 miles of good market, in Clinton county! good hind, fair barn, no housej; what have you? Clinton Finance Co.. Frankfort, Ind. | C -1S7 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY WANTED—Work by boy boy 18 FOR RENT—Furnished room for; years of afee, farming preferred, •licjil housekeeping. Bockover.; Call Paul Schulenburg. p-lS9 Mayor Griffith Looking For-Any Peraons Missed in Couni. -1SS : MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT-Modern ro^,s over;-^ gERVlCE _ We ^ Benson Bakery. Phone SO. -1SS| — I on j . i FOR RENT—5-room cottage Dibhl street, with garden spot call Mendenhall's Studio. C -1S9 on expert service work on all makes of sets; Cull line tubes, batteries, etc. McJunkin Radio Shop. Phone 2(1X7. c-tf FOR SALE— low corn. -500 bushels 5 (Phone 1XS, (jiod ycl- Tipton. p-ISS FOR SALE—Year old male hoi;. Gdld- P-1S7 D. M. Smith, Phone 11G smith. FOR SALE—Three cowjs with calves. Ben Hughes, i Phon Aroma. ! P-lSGj FOR RENT—Light housekeeping! rooms. 23S North -Indepen-j denee street. L. J. Teal. C -1S9 FOR RENT—Modern'.rooms: hot water heat. Miller Hotel, Tribune Bldg., E. Jefferson St. tf FOR RENT—,. East, Jefferson; $11 per month. Fred 'i Woodruff, l'hone 11 J 5. c-190J MOVING ANYTHING? Get Bal ser Bros, prices first; having a large truck just added to our line, we aTe equipped to haul • large as well as small amounts of furniture, freight or livestock, any time and anywhere. Clyde 1149;' George 1624. •' p-190 FOR RENT — 5-room house Phone 4351. modern i c-tf i FOR SALE—One Guernsey hull. IS months old. S. E.| Miller. Atlanta phone. i i>-lS7 FOR SALE—No. 5 Underwood;] a real bargain at $35. The Tribune Press. I , tf FOR SALE—Good Mam-Iiu soy beans. Phone 1:>S0, Windfall.' Noel Todd. P-1SU i FOR-KENT—House, a rooms, on . N. Mill St. Phone 1555. .c-tf FOR RENT — Modern house 41G West Washington street; four rooms and bath; garage. Phone 1-SS3. c-tf MORE NICE STARTED CHICKS —Week old, 11c; 2 weeks, 13c; 3 weeks, 15c; growing fine; we sort our chicks well before selling; you will like them; come; can not be shipped; open every day ! and evening. Hoosier Hatchery, Michigantown, Ind. c-189 MONEY TO LOAN FOR SALE — suite. Mrs. Phone 32G1. Oak W. . dining room FOR RENT — Three furnished downstairs rooms for light housekeeping at 320 West Jefferson street; outside entrance. Phone 3556. c-tf W. FOR SALE—Nice fat fries; sec them at Tipton Hatcher; .51. . FOR SALE—Frame school building at Lutheran church at 330 FaiTview aveuuk Phone c-tf 4233. Mount. p-ISS l'hone c-191 FOR RENT—Three unfurnished rooms, ground floor, outside entrance. Phone 3169. p-lSG inquire FOR SALE —^ Red Star burns either gasoline oil; splendid condition 48. FOR SALE—Restaurant; one of the best in Anderson can be bought direct from owner at a price and terms that are very attractive; -for-information address P. O. Box 10S3, Anderson. Ind. P-1S6 FOR SALE—Woddhurne ".00-day seed corn; have a few bushels of 1929 crop, also a tood supply pf-192S crop. Fr;n:c Teal. Windfall, route. 1. P-1S6 stove, or coal Phone c-tt FOR KENT—Choice office rooms, also light housekeeping rooms, modern, Masonic Opera House ^lok. Inquire of Charles Warne, secy. Phone 271. tf FOR RENT—Attractive 3-room lower apartment; excellent location; modern; good heat in winter: cool in summer; back lawn;" garden • space; garage; §35 per month. Phone 591: c-195 WANTED FOR j SALE—Badenoch s Baby chink starter contains Cod Liv or 6il, Cod liver me; 1, butter milk. Grows them better, faster and bigger. Fear Campbell Co. U FOR SALE — All heavy chicks, 11c. Tip-Top Tipton patchcry. c-lSG LADIES WANTED to string beads at home; stamped addressed .envelope for particulars; experience unnecessary. Ivor}' Novelty Co., 113 Fourth Avenue, New York City.; p-187 FOR SALE—Cash or payments or trade for live stock or Jauto. fine player piano, a double and single tub power waslung ma-' chine, new springs andj mattress; davenport, table, china closet, J antique furniture and dishes; late style Singer sewmc nia-j chine;rwhat have you^ Call at; Alice Webster s home, kth house! south of New Hope church south' of Tipton. I c-187' JXJOK! LOOK! Ilam-il. White, :. Buff Jtm-ks: RcdH; I White Wynjr dotlcs; (Buff Orpingtons —$3.00 per - 100: $4.1.70 per .500; $85.00 per 1.000- White and Brown LeKhbrn»^58 rn $11.00. Add leper chiyk when- 60 are shipped. 2c- when '2 . Heavy'! each Monday and Wedne 'day; Xec-' horns each Wednesday. < )-jr' rMlrin Bjve good Mtlifaction. T i U will id i pleased, Each order cure run v « 0 ri ' ed. Hoosler Hatchery. Michigan rown./XnOw.'" ; '-• if WANTED — Ambitious, industrious person to introduce and supply the demand for Raw- leifih household products, in Noblesville (city), south Hamilton county and various other towns or rural districts in this part of Indiana; $150 to $400 a month or more profit; Rawleigh sales and service methods] get business everywhere;" no jsell- ing experience required; i we supply products, outfit—everything you need; profits should increase every month; lowest prices; best values: most complete service. \V. T. Rawleigh Co., Dept. IN-8222, Freeport. 111. Th-204 FEDERAL FARM LOANS at 5% per c*§nt; pre-paynient privilege, vb. S. Phares. c-tf PLENTY OF MONEY AT 6 % pe cent, from i to 10 years, with pre-payment pfiviiiges; best loan in the state. Standerford & Standerford. c-tf Mayor Griffith has received special enumeration blanks to be filled out for any persons missed in the' census count. A report to Win. -A. Irwin, census supervisor, is to be sent in. Saturday so little time remains to make any additions to, the total for Tipton and it is believed .that few could be made as all reports of missed persons which -came to The Tribune were checked up and it was found the count had been made tor them. in thjf second ward reports came in that Art Smitson and family, Will Bishop and daiig.i tor, John Bowlin and wife and Mr. arid Mrs. John Mason had not been enumerated. Information from the enumerator was to the effect that some one in each of these families had been iseen personlly and information required had been secured. From other wards came reports of persons missed and these were checked up also with the same results. It is probable a few people were missed but not very many. Mayor Griffith is anxious to secure the names, of any person missed. FARM LOANS — Best hrius in siate, 5 to 20 years; interest annual or semi-annual with full payment privilege. Fielding & Fielding. c-tf GAMHtl SECRETLY' MOVED. Imprisoned Independence Lender Taken to Famous Fortress. London, May S.—An Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Bombay this, afternoon said Mahaima Gandhi had been Temoved secretly from Yeroda Prison, Poona; to Purandhar, where Shivajis, a famous fortress, is situated. Pur andhar is a military sanatorium, twenty-five miles from. Poona. Purandhar has two .forts, one about 300 feet below the summit which is about 4,500 feet, above sea level. Both forts are protect ed by perpendicular embankments. jPuranothar was' attacked and captured by the British in. March, ISIS, and is still used as a con valesccnt place for troops ;>.id a sanitarium for summer visitors, Mrs.-Nancy 'l^ong and son Ir-| vin of Atlanta, call 3d on Mr. and Mrs. John Leach and family. Sun-' day evening. Mr. Leach who has been critically ill f jr the past 4ix weeks is improving] slowly, but jjhe is very weak and takes but. ltttle nourishment. j \ /'j William Jolly of Indianapolis, came Sunday "for a visit with his niece, Mrs.'Morton Albright and family. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Albright arid children, Mr. Jolly and Mrs. George Basey motored-to west of AJrcadia and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Sim Basey and family. Mr. Basey Wtio is seriously ill with" Bright's disease was not so well and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. called: on Mr. and at Atlanta Mondajy evening. ;Mr, Basey was removed to his daughter's Mrs. Charles Atlanta Sunday daughter can assist in caring:for him. •Mrs. Anna Moody of Kokoino visited Sunday with her.parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lutz and her sou, Georgo Moody. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Thurston and son Lee of near Goldsmith Saturday night George Basey Mrs. &im Basey Loiig's home in evening • so his and Mr. and Mrs! Arzie- Belzer The Daily Wheeze Jones was at a dinner party. He was shy and nervous, and could never summon up courage to speak because of his inability to say anything neat. All the evening he had been trying to "think of) somethiiig nice to say to his hostess. At last he thought ho saw his chance. "What a small appetite you have, Mr. Jones!" said his hostess-with a smile. / "To sit next to you," he replied gallantly, "would cause any mail IO lose his "appetite." and daughter Evadean of Kokomo visited ' over Sunday with." their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al hert Thurston • and family, John Rich'of. Westfield was a dinner guest at the Thurston Miome. In the afternopn Mi; and Mrs. Irvin Thurston and Mr. and Mrs. Arzie Belzer and children motored Arcadia and. visitied with Mr. and Mrs. John Belzer. | Mrs. John Bennett has been ill i the past two weeks with! stomach trouble.' j Mr. and Mrs. Elvin i Brenton west of Tipton, visited j Monday evening with thej former's mother and other relatives. : ' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whisler fORBENT FOR RENT—Hblf of dokible, tour room*, suirtponi, ball. 615 E ^J^MUV. .,.,., 3SRIE - FOR SALE OR TRADE 1926 Chrysler "4" Coupe. 1925 Studebaker 5-pass. Sedan. 1926 Essex Coach. 1924 Ford Sedan. 1925 Dodgo Coupe. SERVICE MOTOR 00 - Phone 88. Bod»* iind fender* aad jeMMI antp repair, scirlce, lai^ca- tla* and ctonfe.- ,-v :^.r-- : ; TIPTON BUIOK UxL ^Bd »n;>l»J7 Chwxl ^r '-iport Watson Bridge Bills Passed. Washington, May 8—The Watson bill to extend for one year the time for beginning the construction, under- state law, of a bridge across the Ohio river at Evansville, was passed Wednesday by the senate and sent to the bouse. The Watson bill to authorize Vaiftlerburg county to construct-a> toll bridge across the Ohio river at Evansville also was passed by the senate > and forwarded to the bonse. Women for Troaurer. Connersville, Ind,., May 8i— Two women - will be opponents in the race for county treasurer here next faU for toe trat time In history. . Esteile Ochiltree, nominated by the Republicans |or the n:-> fice; will oppose Dorothy M. Lam- hort, Democrat,jfmndj»resent treasurer i'i 'i ' % If a million Chinese aTe ]starv-| ing, that's too bad; if a thousand | refuse to buy foreign goods, that's j an international, crisis. j of Chicago visited Saturday night |and.Sunday witJi the ; former's ! cousin, Mr. andj Mrs. Guy Bryan and , Mrs. Elizabeth Bryan. -"They also visited Sunday morning with I 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 Indi- estate Coun- ana," Administrator of the of Peter Orr, late of Tiptou ty. deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. ' '• WILLIAM M. ORR and CHARLES C: TYNER, Administrators. April 22, 1930. I J: FRANK PYKE, Attorney. 173-179-185-191 Tribune want ads par- other relatives, and family -and Atlanta. Mr. ,-and'Mrs. and son Dickie sister, Charlott Atlanta-. 1 with t! and Mrs. Sam Stafford andj family. ; Charlott returned home J after spending -the w;ek end with, her brother and family. Miss - Irene Huffman, visited Saturday afternoon at Nohles- ville with Mr. and Mrs, Bert Jar {Mrs. John Stokes with relatives at Charles Stafford and the forme'r's jVisited Sunday in heir parents, Mr ret, Mr. Jarret Lou Denaman- companied- her and son and' Mrs. Of Anderson, ac- home i and": spent! the evening at the Huffman homa Aocfion - HODSHMU The undersigned will sell, without reserve, to the highest bidder on the premises, two blocks south of Main street on Railroad street, Atlanta, Ind., on "j 1 1 Sato: ay, Nsy l«h Eeginning at 1:30 LP; MJ _ venportr fouis' Braaajte nn;- antique-marble top, dresser; an tiqne-Nttee; Olobi hot blut;. Florakde'liat bUit; Art OarUndfiaM burner:,drop leaf~uble; tood roll tbpofltpei dbskj-bookcase^BboB^ 1 kitchen cabinet; MalMtlcj ranges brass Nd>oak^ mattresses; cupboardjiMlnlngroomichairs; a rockera; washing mat cbfne; improved Wbi^'iewlng raachinai.: lot'cit dtshea and-coookinft u't^sUsVia^]iM^^ -•i'.tph^l .Mrs. . James Moody' rvisited Sunday at Atlanta with -Mr 7 , and Mrs. Frances Teal.: -•'' Ceorge Leach and son. Everett of Demiiig visited Mrs." James Moody and son William and" his brother John Leach and - family Who is serjously ill.: Miss Murrel Stokes and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brenton and son Jesse Irvin, motored to - Elwood Saturday afternoon .and called at the home of the former's.-brotlftr Efl Stokes and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nance' and two children of Arcadia were the Sunday guests of the , former's^ parents, Mr. ahd.Mrs.'..'Andy Nan<;e and family. ' Mr. and.Airs. Bert Jarrett and baby- of Noblesville - visited Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. William Huffman ami family. Mr. Jarrett and • Mr.' Huffman called on Mr. ajid Mrs. Andy Nance and family. George Lewis of Arcadia called, pn Everett Huffman Saturday! afternoon. ! Mr. and Mrs. Everett Huffman: and two children and Miss Ruth-! ?inna and Mary Catherine Huff.-; iman motored to Kokomb Satiir-j ;day and visited with Mr; and Mrs.! Cecil Young and Mrs. Effiej Young. ' | Mr. and Mrs< Jesse "Basey" and. two children and their, niece of ;Tndianapolis visited here Salur-J day with the former's parents; •Mr. and Mrs. George Basey. . r Everett Brenton and sister] Ethel and their mother motored to Kokomo Tuesday and spenr the day with Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Brenton and daughter Betty and Elvin :Brenton and -family. j Mrs. 1 Andy Nance and grandr daughter Beatrice and Everett Brenton and son Jesse Irvin visited at Noblesville Monday with Miss Ardella Mortimore at her home at Mr. and Mrs. William Mabee's. .Rev. and Mrs. Kendall and family of Cicero stop here each and Mr. and Mrs. Gdorge At:s at >dist Basey accompany them to lanta to attend revival servic the Atlanta Wesleyan Meth< church. Rev. C'orea an evangelist is .holding the services. He ^pent last week with Mr. and Basey.. Bee Supplies Everything ior the Bee Keeper Hives, Sections, Foundation. Extractors, Etc. GET OUR PRICES .: SATISFACTION GUARANTEED BIG CATALOG FREE BiiiE^^j Complon Son Phone 20. Baby Chicks DO YOU SELL IS AVIXTHW KC(iS.' • HEBE IS THE AVAV r l'<) DO IT! Try our BABY ('HICKS ami (lie clilTcrcurc. QUALITY CHICKS THAT LIYK, LAV AN"I) l»AY Call ur wrilu Tot- prieus. Fear - Campbell Co. Tipton, Indiana. frifeufie Press - Nitrogen for the soil in its most desirable and convenient form. A wonderful fertilizer for lawns, gardens, trees and shrubs. Put up in handy lOrpound bags, at, each— 65c ASK FOR FREE BOOKLET Tipton Main Motor Co. NOW! Week End Excursion Fares to Franklin, Inct., Columbui, Ind., Edinburgh Ind., : 8ejmoiirv lad;, a4d all points on the line of; the. INTMSTATI! PUBLIC SERVICE ^betPffliM I *diMiapolis and Louis- ivillei ^fldttts soldl&it^rdiys and Sundays; re- turt lln^ Monday nlghti> ^ 1 id-^LouUr ill ft

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