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Tipton Tribune (Newspaper) - August 18, 1922, Tipton, Indiana Entered as second class matter Oct. 4, 1895, at at under the act of March 5. 1879; VOLUME NO. 208. FRIDAY AUGUST 18, 11)22. INCREASE TAXPAYERS OF COUNTY IX HARMONY WITH STATE They Will Stand by the Officers in Fight lo Retain Present taxpayers of county are decidedly opposed to the pro position offered by the state tax hoard to increase the values in several grades of property in the notably farm and agricultural implements and and they will stand by the county in any fight they may see make to retain the values fixed by the local taxing The order of the state we are is and some people also have the understanding that any order in that is made by the state tax board can be enforced by That may ho but it is not good horse We have well informed citizens of the county who will say that Tipton county property is listed at what be regarded at this time as a fair cash and the thing was true March 1." which latter date is understood to be the date on which value basis must Now the state tax hoard comes along and tells our people that Tipton county property is worth more than the price indicated by the people who on the ground and should Possibly the state tax will have the authority to order this but it is not plain to understand how the board will enforce that order if the taxing officers of this county decline to the values on and they decline to the faxes upon r. value basis fixed by the state At any rate the Tipton county officers should bo certain of their premises before they accept the edit of the state tax Tf increase can be the local officers should see that it is come to be a very common lilting for this very thing to be state EVERYTHING IN Committees Finish Details for Boys Pig Show tax board appears never to fied with the judgment ol county and it has to be a habit to order horizontal and have been placed duplicate just as they have It is high that ter enough courage to look own interests cease from legating that duty to a state body which has little real information increases upon the been our upon the HUNCH MAY REVIVE Indications Friday of ing ohe After having remained i conscious state since y auto showed returning consciousness about Friday opening - eyes and looking about hiri quiring in a what had happened to him he into the stupor held liim in its grasp since hap on the highway near Inquiry at the ing brought the the lad v as showing signs ways that consciousness and this served to hopes that might HAS BAD bej lp an Frank signs of 10:30 of his and land then that has the that various might the Jut Thompson Divorce From His Wife Benjamin car through his C. has filed a suit in the cult in which he be given a divorce from that he have the one befi and the other twelve yean Thompsons reside of the says his Tipton he his wife of their fifteen temper that ho can. with I Mrs. Raymond spent Thursday ill the Mr. | has longer r Tho Pig Club leaders met day evening and reported great progress in the fitting of the the beys and girls of the Hampshire Pig Everyone of the fifty boys and girls intends to be on hands next to show his pig and claim his This will be the biggest event of ever held in the The Chamber of Commerce 0f and the banks of Tipton county assure the success cf the event by liberal The selection of best fitted pigs will be a lass because of the excellent care andi Every boy and girl will be rewarded for his In boys and girls will be the special guests banks of Tiplon county at a dinner served in the dining room at the Elks Club by the Goldsmith These ladies will also be pleased to serve other friends hungry interest is being manifest in the Hog Scoring or Judging class to be held beginning at 10:30 a. m. dinner will be short talks and demonstrations upon the preparation of hogs for which also be free to and of interest to hog feeders of all Producers and feeders of any and all breds of are cordially to visit and participate in the day's The pigs will be judged during the afternoon by Mr. Seth and awards The fifteen best pigs will be entered in state contest at the state Several breeders from Ohio and other distant points expect to BOUGHT THE L. M. and E. Got the Known A deal was closed yesterday evening whereby L. M. Hanley and E. Burkhardt came into possession of the in West Jefferson this being the oldest garage in the and one of the best These two men are known Tipton business having been catering to the needs of owners for some and they are well known to the trade as first class men in every It is their intention to build up the business of this keeping a full line of everything which the machine owner will need and having at his disposal high grade service in the way of FOUND DEAD IX Small Daughter of Joint Stoddard Believed to Have Been Betty age six the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John residing northwest of was found dead in bed Friday When the parents arcee they found the child lodged between the siding of the bed and the and the supposition is that some time during the night the little one became in that predicament and in course of time The funeral services will be held the time not being at the German Lutheran in Attended Mr. and Mrs. Val Craft and Mrs. George Bower went to Arcadia Friday to attend the of Mrs. Hannah well known resident of that and relative of the Tipton The Interment was at Wat of Mound a relative of the was present at the funeral and came to Tipton for a visit of. a short time with his Tipton i Got a Fine Water Arthur Thurston Clifford well known Atlanta - have Just completed a on the farm of Dr. IV west of farm by J. Jb 120 feet and wa within a NEEDS RETOUCHING TARIFF OX EVE OF SEEMS SLIGHTLY INDISPOSED Will go Before Congress Saturday For the Aug. only two days and a night left in which to the senate was faced today with a flood of amendments to the administration tariff which is to be brought to a final late Renewal of the dye and other fights which have occupied the senate from time to time in the last four months was on the Advocates of a dye license won what was described as an almost complete victory last with the approval by the senate of an amendment providing that on coal tar dyes and chemicals comparable with those ' this country should be on American were made 7u per and i iVi cents a on finished Moses N. one of the chief opponents - of an announced he would demand another vote on these which represent substantial Increases from those previously Under the provisions of the measure as first written the duties would have been based on foreign authority to change to American valuation and to increase the duties by HO per cent. TIME FOR SUMMER J. P. Jarrett died at his home on North Mill street Friday morning at 7:30 after brief illness lasting only a Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the 820 North Mill conducted by Rev. Fred Burial will be at Jackson cemetery beside first Mr. Jarrett waB past sixty-nine years of having been born near north of June 1. 1853, his parents being pioneers of the i August 12, 1873, he was united in marriage to Miss Sarah and to their ten children were of whom six are living and survive the They are William Oscar Jarrett Clyde Andrew Jackson of Mrs. Nancy C. of Mrs. Ella of Anderson and Mrs. Sarah O. near deceased children were Jacob Julia Claude and an Following the first wife's he married Miss Nancy of fifteen years who survives He is also survived by one Isaac of a Francis of and two sisters Mrs. Anna Boring and Mrs. Susan of He is also survived by several Mr. Jarrett was a farmer and after moving to Tipton a few years he continued to work on the being of a very industrious nature and of a kindly He was working on the A. northeast of when taken ill a week He was a member of the Baptist his membership being at the Jackson Old Sol Hit High Mark in Parts of State Old Sol was hitting the high marks in Indiana Columbus and other cities reporting 103 degrees of heat in the and here in Tipton the register was around 99, which is as Tipton people have no desire to outstrip other sections in this matter The weather man has been promising better and those who are accustomed to living in hope will no doubt gt some comfort out of those APPLICANT FOR Another Member of Stout Family Is Feeble Upon application the county have started in the Tipton circuit asking that Ada B. twenty-six years of be sent to the home for the feeble-minded at The girl is the daughter of William of and the son was sent to the institution a short time Threshers Have Wednesday evening the threshing with the Schuyler Doan which has been operating in the community south and east of completed work for the season and were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford southeast of The evening was spent in games on the lawn and twenty gallons of ice cream with home made 1 were disposed of. On His J. D. mail rural has been granted a Vacation of fifteen and together with Ieft for where | they will visit with Later fhey will make a visit to the southern part of the Bruce Summers la the patrons on the route in hhv ' I - -i Improving Mrs. S. was at oils spending day with jher Thomas la at the 1 ing to a surgical operation DEATH OF J. P. Demise in This City Following a Brief i THOMAS Former Tipton Man I lied Suddenly Friday Morning in LATEST INFORMATION FROM RAID Stone Says Country an liu mediate of At 2:::� Friday afternoon Tribune advised dial L Harding delivered message to Thomas son of Robert ami Mrs. of a r of and a ci tin* Tipton died in Friday morning at 5:30 his being Cue an acute lark of the Information of his death being wired to a minutes It is the desire of Mrs. body be buried fit and the interment will take place the hour not having been jn first message that received during the j congress in which he asked Cor was about fifty-seven explicit legal props lo be of age and is survived by the labor board the and j there of our industrial j who is a student enabling that to and Mrs. disturbances of the kind that | s okla. The widow inflict the yat this Miss Tillie of No- previous to her marriage I to Mr. Butler large number NEWCASTLE Team May Bo Black Winners Over Noblesville might have Tipton's but there are teams in the state still - have their goat in the and Newcastle seems tq be one of Although Frankfort did put it over a 9 to 8 that might be explained as a little tough luck at the last when the pitcher was anxious to get home and threw the ball Goldsberry will pitch for Mr. Hopper said We have heard from Goldsberry before and he must be some He was the Wabash star once and a few years ago the same fellow made the college basketball The dopesters will have the game won or lost by Saturday but the game will be called at 2:30 Sunday at ball GENEVIEVE WAR 11 Famous American Tragedienne Died Suddenly in Aug. famous American of heart failure at her home at Burial of Mr. and Mrs. David L. of Columbia and Mr. and Mrs. C. | J. of returned Thursday - evening from where they had been to attend the funeral of John of Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. which was held ' Mr. Good's death was very Mrs. Thomas having had no intimation of or that the brother in his usual health previous to the message Tuesday evening announcing nis Paid Fines for Ulysses Cage and Fred who were arraigned i in the court of Broderick here Friday morning for speeding through the main part of last Sunday night plead guilty to the charges fine of and costs the in each case 110.95. Blmer Green left Friday where she irith It was that the labor and road were their parley Ne the being that some of would be leeling was that the present ence would terminate the I 1 Harding was tolda today by Watson ( Ind. i. one of visors in that lung distance telephone with brotherhood chiefs and representatives the railroad executives m New disclosed both sides j of a settlement ol the rail strike today's the ' of of his life in this having taught school in the and law in the city Tor He been living in Chicago for a number ow years and engaged in the his special attention being given to thai of a consulting ami lie had been quite successful In a financial way the past several yea Robert Butler and wife They live at Atlanta it also the brother Rev. William of seniority said bv the In- and Cal of are also diana senator to be based -on a i which roughly would 1.-That the men who did not gj on strike go to the of the list in That the who walked j out July 1 or later seniority j second to remained I at I That new taken on during the strike have a seniority ranking below the other twj groups and he retained in employment by ARCADIA WOMAN Member of Christian Church There tite railroads wherever It | of Arcadia Senator Watson said chairman of the Association of Railroad and leader of the the New York hadj expressed himself over the telephone as The did not disclose with whom he talked among the brotherhood i Mrs. Josie Wurman has returned her home at after visiting at the home of her Mrs. Blount and on West North having been at Cicero last week attending the burial of Miss Hannah New Aug. IS - Miss who was an old friend of had held in the Arcadia Christian church continuously for .VI Although living at Indianapolis ami other points during that time she still claimed Arcadia as her home auR never changed her although she was regular in attendance at all E. - COUNTY church services where she happened of railroad crafts settled herej - the Brotherhood of said today as tee of five brotherhoods closed several informal conferences meeting the rail executives to their of strike must bej be Held nt the Cily Park be settled oi The fifth annual county mooting Methodist churches will be right here these Con i tlle over the country demand excellent settlement be made at being It is wo are optimistic that can | t0 make tllis one be The five hoods are to do anything possible bring conditions ro an i Railway executives land brotherhood tinto j at 10:30 ' o'clock In another end the i No statement was from representatives of the | Attend Riley jnf will annual | reunion of the to be held at on 6, gathering being iat the G. R. 323; East Maryland This which was famous in the war Of the posed iof the l 5th, l and 118th Mr. Bartholomew | belonging to the | Will Teach j Nellie 6f North Main leased her and It spending wenks with Tier Mrs. I Nettie in 1 - ' first tit Mrs. Hutto 31anche 117th to be Frederick 1). of has been selected as one of the principal 4- ABOUT IT. If you are going to have a public you are the man is most You aro anxious to your bring every possible That is why you be certain that your sale has proper For twenty-five years this paper has carried the bulk of county public sale ad- During the past ten years it has carried nearly all of and during the past five years we have carried ally 100 per of this class or advertising and 90 per cent of It has ben the being advertised In ho ' n pretty good It simply that the Tipton county fanner knows where to go for his salo In other words the mm who h- has his ad in this is tain of getting the best fact ih
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