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Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - April 22, 1924, Tipton, Indiana Entered As second class matter oct. 4, 1s95, at Post office at Tipton ind., under the act of March 5, 1879. You me Wix no. Kit1924. Tipton Indiana Tyesha evening Abril 22, 1924. Ii Poi to my bus line May be run Between towns. Chamber of Commerce committee to investigate. C Coolidge stops shaking hands to save strength at the regular meeting of rile Tipton Hamber at the Library Assembly room monday night a movement was started which May Lead to the establishment of to motor bus line Between Windfall and Tipton. Vice president c. Bryan who presided at the meeting in the absence of president Shortie appointed a committee to thoroughly investigate the proposition and it will Likely be Given a try out. For some time merchants of Tipton have noticed an increase in Trade from the Eastern and northeastern part of the county and an investigating committee from the chamber of Commerce ascertained that tills influx was caused by people of that Vicinity beginning to realize that prices in Tipton Are below those of other nearby cities. Trade which for some time went to Elwood and Kokomo is now coming to Tipton and is increasing weekly it is claimed. The members of the chamber of Commerce believe that with the establishing it of a regular motor bus service More of this Trade can he secured for Tipton. Tile plan suggested was to have the committee take the matter up with some responsible person and try the project out for a stipulated period. J a. Kessler Bas a motor bus and could place it in service at any time Between those two Points. The Lack of facilities for getting to and from Windfall and Tipton has often been remarked and there Are Many who Are confident that such a line would be a paying proposition for the operator. President Bryan also appointed to membership committee consisting of l. R. Haas. George b. Frisz and c. B. Ramsay who will Endeavor to boost the membership of the organization which has for its purpose tile betterment of conditions in the City and county. Every citizen is eligible to membership. As in former years the chamber of Commerce will work in co operation with the City administration in the annual Spring clean up. The Date for this has not been fixed. But it will probably be during the first weeks in May. Every citizen and property owner at that time will be asked to assist in beautifying the City. Street commissioner looks will provide plenty of help and teams and All rubbish will be hauled away free of charge. Don coffin of the american legion. Was before the body with a draft of a contract to be entered into with the legion boys band for furnishing Midsummer concerts. The contract is practically the same As that entered into last season it providing for twelve concerts weekly and the services of the band on decoration Day and on the till of july. A committee consisting of c. B. Ramsay n. It. Lebo and Charles Bates was appointed to investigate the contract and they will report Back to the chamber at the next regular meeting. Jesse Porter the newly elected treasurer made his first report to the organization showing a balance of $1,013.50 on hands i this Money being derived from membership dues. In this manner a fund is secured to take care of Community matters As a fourth of july Celebration summer concerts and other matters. The chamber of Commerce is a necessary body in the conduct of the City affairs and is an organization which the citizens should loyally support. In the past month it Lias taken on new life and Many former mein hers who have for a time not been actively working with Hie body have reunited. The meeting monday night was largely attended and was one of the Best the body has held for some time. The next regular meeting will be held on May 19 at the Library Washington. April 22.�?president Coolidge has abolished the presidential practice of shaking hands with the Many visitors who come to the White House each Day and instead now permits them to pass through Bis office and look at him at work at his desk. The change in a custom that has become so popular so Long was put into effect last week. As a result nearly a thousand boys and girls from nearby states were formed in a Long colourful line outside of the executive office and at the appointed time walked through the presidents work room entering by one door and going out by another. All the while or. Coolidge kept Busy at his desk. It was explained that the change was made to save the presidents time and hand and to conserve his strength. Death or relative. Brother of mrs. In a. Jackson of tills City died at Indianapolis. Mrs. Dyke Mccarty and or. And mrs. In a. Jackson were called to Indianapolis tuesday on account of the death of John r. Bird of that City a brother of mrs. Jackson and an Uncle of mrs. Mccarty. Or. Bird who was 68 years of age. Died at St. Vincent s Hospital monday. His Home was on Riverside drive Indianapolis. He is a former resident of Tipton county having lived in the Vicinity of Kempton about thirty five years ago. He is survived by one son. Ernest Bird of Indianapolis and several Brothers and Sisters. He was the son of the late mrs. Mary Bird of Indianapolis whose death occurred a few months ago shortly after she had passed her i Cist birthday anniversary. Dang Koi sly Ili prof. Spaulding ten Ders resignation. Same was accepted at meeting of school Board. Edward Mottl Aix dead. Former resident of Tipton cot a Lily Dic d at Indianapolis. Is Edward Mcclain of Indianapolis. A former resident of Tipton county died at his Home at 1020 East Washington Street sunday evening at b o clock. Or. M was cases of smallpox in school isolated. Health officer does not fear spread of disease. Prof. C. E. Spaulding who has served As superintendent of Ute Tipton Public schools for the past three years tendered his resignation As superintendent to take effect August 1st. And the same was accepted by the school Board at its meet in Day night. The action of the superintendent was no Surprise As it has been known for some time that prof. Spaulding desired to leave Tipton and had been sought in other places. Neither was the action of the Board in accepting the resignation a Surprise to those who know that the superintendent has another year s contract i years of age and formerly liven in the Rock Prairie neighbourhood Northeast of Tipton. To was the son of or. And mrs. John l. Mcclain who reside at new Hope crossing North of Jackson. The deceased is survived by his wife who was formerly miss Myrtle although several cast met lain of Johnson county and five j have Quot developed Antony children besides t he parents i the first Ward building funeral services were announced i r. Huron health officer i for Elwood at 3 o clock. But the no Lieve there is Likely to Tice sent from Indianapolis failed fool the disease. He is Mon give the Day. Burial will he at Elwood cemetery beside the body of a an inspection. The Are quarantined Are m daughter of Hope the who resides s of smallpox children at. Here. Or. Wil. Does not belie a spread Batching de tuesday aft with the Board As it is an open Sec j City electric depart ret that there has been More or less friction in the schools during the past year. Which was recently brought to tile open by a meeting of school patrons and the visit of a committee to the school boart. Tile successor of prof. Spaulding i Lias not even been considered anti j who this will be no member of the i Board is Iii position to say. The Board will take its time in employ Jing a successor to prof. Spaulding and will Endeavor to get a Man j who has All the necessary qua Ifica a ment shows profit. It appears profit will exceed $15,000 this year. Lions for the plate which All admit is a hard one to fill. Prof. Spaulding came Here from Columbia City iud., where he head Wili year. From All indications i to Light department of the City will show a profit exceeding $15,900 this Quot tie department has been of crating under a contract with the Northern Indiana Power company he recovery of Joseph Williams of this City Yery doubtful. Joseph Williams of 717 North main Street mention of whose illness with pneumonia was made in the Tribune monday continues very critically ill and his condition is such that his recovery is very doubtful. Or. Williams is an employee of the Fame Canning factory and has been a resident of Tipton for several years. He was formerly in business at the Junction conducting the grocery and meat Market now owned by or. Whitenack. De the schools for several terms. Is a highly educated Man and is rated As one of the Foremost educators of the state. Since residing in 1 Tipton he and his wife have made Many warm friends who will regret to hear of his determination to leave Tipton. Although this is resignation that has been received by the Hoard others in the teaching Force of the High schools Are expected As it has he Nanno need by the Board that several changes will take place in the personnel of the faculty of the High school. I for a period of four months and the net profits according to super Interi Dent St gals were More than $5,900. On april 15. Int department paid $2,000 on the bonded indebtedness i i on ilu1 Plant and something More i than $200 was paid out in interest on i hese debts. The department on j t hat Date had Mon than $3,004 Iii Cash left after making this payment i and All operating expenses had beep paid. With a net profit of More than $5,00 for Tho first four months of the contract it is probable that the Velo ments closely and Ernon he visited tile Ira re building children who Ary Florence Jesse of of lira n. Of new son of f de Schaekel outline twist of this City and John Kinder inn of will Kinder. Of North main Street. Ate tuesday afternoon City health officer or. W. In Huron went to the Home of or. Air to mrs. Pearl Burris on Vine Street where lie found several cases of smallpox and the House was put under quarantine Quot rite Burris family consists of the father and several Small children and the children who have been broken out with the disease for some i time have been going to the first i Ward school. I j airs. Burris objected to the Home electric i being placed under quarantine ast setting that the children simply iia it c ii in Ken pox. Hut the Flag was placed on the House despite her protests. Or. Huron states it Haj the situation is Well in hand and the there is be cause for alarm on the pail of parents or students of tint school. A son of Coon Salter was dismissed from school tuesday morning when the teacher discovered a breaking out on the boys neck. His i two Sisters were a i and sent Home to await developments and report from the family physician. Tin1 whole school i posed and there is to the school. Or. Huron skates. He save i 5 i that every c Hild will he watched carefully and every precaution will be taken to prevent a in attending school who imm m e stays i n Par is after time set to go Paris. April 22.�?�?ohow arc they going to keep him Down on Windsor farm Aires he a seen parve7�?o might lie the title of a topical song based on hid Prince of Wales or rather the Earl of Chester so a present visit to the French capital. After informing the British embassy of his intention to leave for London the Prince turned Over in bed for another Hap from which he emerged and decided to postpone his departure so that he might Dine with the same american friends with whom he spent the night and the Early hours of the morning. He planned to resume his dancing Iii tile Moil Martre. Interrupted by the necessity for sleep. The Princess present Plains Call for an automobile trip to be Tou a licit where lie played Golf Over the eastertide instead of going to Church at Windsor with his family. The Hui e paintings by Indiana artists on display. Exhibit loaned by Herron Art Institute for one week. Arcadia woman Dies the exhibit of Indiana artists paintings loaned by the John hereon Art Institute to our to pit on Art association is now being Placid in tile Ami Torino of the Library. This exhibit will be Here for one w a program is being arranged each evening la ii my this exhibit for saturday afternoon. This j exhibit will be open to a e k. Tor and he airs. A Atherine Dickover victim heart tremble. Of mrs. Catherine i Beaky Nee Dick Over of Arcadia wife of John Dick Over. Died at i their Home in Arcadia tuesday morning at 3 Oft of clock. Her death being due to leakage of the heart and hardening of Cue arteries and following a serious illness lasting eight weeks. Funeral services will be held rom thursday afternoon at 2 80 of clock j at the Christian Church in Arcadia dance and will he conducted by Rev. Trus i Corning it t by Ilia More to. Burial will be at the Arcadia cemetery. Mrs. Dickover. Whose Maiden name was Deakyne. Was born in Ohio. Jan. 2 7, 1 843. And came to Indiana with her parents when a Small girl the family locating near Cicero october Public Leach afternoon and evening. Admission is free to All. But at coach in tort a tiniest a free will Silver offering will he taken to defray the expenses. Paul Barr. A Tipton county nudist. Has loaned a few of his pie Tares and these will be on display in to separate room. The Needle work and hand clubs Ila to been invited to Leteir work and oin in adding local interest to the exit i by. Front Day to Day the program for tile following evening will lie nun listed. A list of paintings on exhibit also win he in the papers. The program for wednesday prearranged by miss Cleo. Is As follows a by a a Roll tie. Thro t he Rye. Minnie Al Drain v an clans in i Hove or 9, 18 0 2. She was United Iii been sex need to close i to John die Kovei was this War will exceed i i slightest symptoms of becoming ill. To Bey Coal school Boadil will advertise for bid for next years fuel Supply. Takes Star Agency. Or Holla Byrne buys Agency Elbert Burton. Of mrs. Hoi la Byrne who has the Agency for the Chicago Tribune in Tipton has taken Over the Agency of the county for the Indianapolis Star. She purchased the Agency of Elbert Burton who is contemplating moving to Brazil where he has the offer of a position in the Railroad yet ads there. Mrs. Byrne is an energetic woman id she is now familiar with the work of handling a newspaper envy. Or. And mrs. L. C. Of Toole and sons Louis and Eugene were at Indianapolis sunday spending the Day with her sister mrs. Margaret Kessler and other relatives. At a meeting of the City school Hoard held monday night the matter of the Supply of Coal for the school term of 1924 and 1925 was discussed. This being the time of year which the school Hoard contracts for its Supply. The Secretary of the Board Charles warned was instructed to advertise for to cars of Kentucky. Or West Virginia Coal which is the amount necessary for a school term. Tipton dealers will he asked to submit bids on this commodity. Thomas Jackson 111. Asks partition heir of tin late Elva division of his estate. Thomas Jackson Veteran saw Mill Man. Was taken suddenly ill monday afternoon while up town and was removed to his Home on Kentucky Avenue. Or. Jackson is subject to severe stomach and heart attacks and this is the cause of his Platt seek j illness at this time. He was reported to be slightly improved tuesday afternoon. Profits d to Rill ?1>,000, Phe Home of else for years the depart inept has been j quarantined saturday getting in debt deeper and deeper j daughter had not tee until it was in debt More than $35,-j s0oj Alej april l l too when the Plant was closed Down last december. Since that time a Nice Little profit i shown on the books each month and Iii time the Complete debt against the Plant Mil. Schaekel was qua Day. The son was in school on to liars Day. Arrhe Home of will Kinder was placed under quaran morning and it is said child from shows the Cochran was and the ii present in pile Home of a ii tined Alon should he cleared off and the profits j was present Iii school possible under the contract should take care of these payments. A rite service is Silti factory at this time and while there Are some comments that continuous service will not be possible ii is believed that arrangements have been made to in sure Tipton with just As reliable a service As was possible when the local Plant was operated. Under the contract it is necessary for the City to keep the Plant in Good condition and ready to operate. The contract is for five years. And if the City will Only demand that the Best of attention be Given the Plant and have it ready to operate at All times and at the expiration of the contract period it is Only natural to expect that another contract will be offered at least As Liberal As the present one and probably with better terms. Or. Huron recommended school Board that the i be tuesday that the boy on Friday. To the entire build ing he fumigated and this was done after the close of so evening. The three children the smallpox were not time when they could Bool tuesday it Clio now have in school at a infect others is claimed and if there has not been an inflection of to As is suspicion de tiler danger of the disease o months ago 3 is very Little spreading now and if there was a Kinta 11 pox Carrier in the school at that weeks ago the fact t three cases have 4ev leads the health Oft that it can. Not be ajar miss Margaret Eek to her to line at Indian few Days visit at. The speck Haugli and Tam Mill Street. Has returned Apolis after a Home of Henry by on North a suit has been filed in the Tipton circuit court wherein Raymond Platt Are Hie plaintiffs and mrs. Eon Carter is named As defendant. The Case was filed for the purpose of dividing the estate of the late Ervie Platt who died the owner of a residence property in Windfall. Raymond Platt asks that he be Al Ujj Lowed the sum of 190 in addition to Iii his share of the estate As he sex is Pended this amount on the property in repairs i axes and insurance. A in death expected. Or. And mrs. Fred Sharp who were called to South Bend sunday morning by the very serious illness of mrs. Sharp s father James Cloud who is at the Home of a daughter sent Back word tuesday to their daughter that or. Clouds condition was extremely critical and his death was expected any hour. A Windfall bus tilt the chamber of Commerce succeeds i in establishing a truck line Bot Ween vend fall and Tipton it will make it easier fir the people in the Northeast part of the county to get to this City. It should mean More business. But who will get this added business and who is getting it now the ans is to he found in the stores themselves the Busy places Are those that Are Vertise. la ii blessed with whom six Are living t heir child Over Over and seven Truman of Canton cd and a Mac in von a ill of Diek i tick cull of Lima. I mrs. De Ai Osbaugh of Noblesville mrs. Tom Barnes. Mrs. Charles Booth of Arcadia and mrs. Valeria Underwood at Home. A laughter Mabel died in infancy. Besides the husband and children she is also survived by nine Granite of Dreili nine great grand children and two half Sisters. Mrs. Rebecca Booth of Arcadia and mrs. Simi Nichols. Of Cicero. Mrs. Dickover who was Jour women of Arcadia loved and p by every one that knew lie of the a overed while de voted to her came first Iii Home and Farad it which her life was a Levo e member of the Christian Elm lie ii. And gave of Lier time to tile Church. See and Iota service was also a Mem i Sweet Leni Vive. Airs. Re it pan be Alary Carri ii thesis programs will Liegi Host esses for Hie week a i o w i n g Tai Uhn i. Ai. . Airs. G it. Clifford. Airs. Ai. H. Ai Ais he. Airs. A. S Fife. Airs. Annie Nash. Ai i s s Rte in Waugh. Airs. In Wells. Airs. B in leaven. Friday i. Al. Mrs. I. It comp on. Mrs. A in. Harding. Pairs. A e. Spaulding. I airs. \ b. Huron. Airs. Joe Frh Islon. I airs. P i j j. Pentecost. Saturday i. Al i airs. I i i Bert Allison. Airs. Ii any Combs. Pairs. H b Richardson. Airs. E. Ai. Sin it ii. Ai iss a Leo Yan Bibber. Miss a it to mount. I Al i Lichi or Eyers Durfer moan 7 i 15 e t lie idol Ber of the pythian Sisters and to id t sunday and monday. Rebecca Lodge of Arcadia and lived office True tiers a to time several int Only these loped so far. Per to believe Ming. The principles of these or and was a True Friend and neigh Hor to those about her. Mrs. Dickover was an aunt of the late it. B. Deakyne of this City and his children. Mrs. Tern Moines mrs Lamoine Boxell and Losev and Bill j Deakyne had visited recently at her tuesday i1 Stan Al Home during her illness and will attend the funeral services thursday in or it in mrs m of Aln mrs. S. Ai of Al of pm a is Harold ales suitor Wright. Calla ban in. R. Shirk. Thou. Foster. Wray Thorne. I. Hollis. Carroll. H. J monday the bks Day. Fri tile Clancy Wilkinson. Wednesday i. Al. To be arranged Ebert Allison is Eha Irimaji of work exhibit and Allex county treasurer has receipts to debits can be sent to Lier or to the. Oiling $8,9f7.16. The number of persons calling at the office of county treasurer w. S Walker was larger monday than any Day since the May instalment or taxes was placed in his hands for collection. Receipts for the Day were $8,1137.16, As against $4,f� 2.13 for last saturday. Addy 5 is the last Day for the payment of taxes without having the penalty added and taxpayers Are urged to come As Early As possible and ovoid the Rush which always Ati ten Lei the last few Days. A tile county treasurer is receiving by Check and e this is done a full description should he set out so that i ii the treasurer will know on what the Motley applies. Is pointed out that May 5 is also ast Day of which mortgage sex Libra i v father very Iii. Ilia her whet of i Rey. J. Leo Noland was called to Franklin because of these to us illness of his father. The elder air. Noland is a grocery Man in Franklin and has been in poof health for the last year. Rey. Noland left tuesday after Ami will return wednesday if conditions Are favourable. Rey. Nolanda a family have Peen shut Jin wit ii mumps for Tho Hist week baby daughter. To the emotions Dan lie tor at and this should he attended Nee. Flied with the Aud la air and airs. Noel wit islet have an eight Pound baby girl born sunday lit 1 i of lock. The first child. The Nothey was formerly miss tie reek. Daughter of airs. La Keck. Or. Whiner is proprietor of Arcadia electric shop the babe teen named Georgia. Has Brattie

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