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Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - April 22, 1924, Tipton, Indiana
The Upton Dail to Klaune wants to Tell everyone experience with Tarlac mrs. Palmer feared her health was permanently impaired until Tarlac brought Relief. Mrs. Gladys Palmer charming resident of 380 Beauty ave., Indianapolis ind., lends her name to further the cause of Tarlac the treatment which she declares has a restored the Joys of Good health to a during the past Winter a a says mrs. Palmer a indigestion heart palpitation nervousness poor appetite and loss of sleep together with headaches bilious Ness and dizziness simply took nearly All the pleasure out of life. A when i began taking Tarlac the color of health was fading from my face and i Felt depressed and worried for fear my health was permanently impaired. But now i Haven to an ailment in the world and am just so Happy to recover my health that i want to Tell every one about tan Tarlac is for Sale by All Good druggists. Accept no substitute. Over 40 million bottles sold. Mik of Pioneer mrs. Bathsheba Kleyla died in new York. Had been resident of this county since 1838. Take Tarlac vegetable pills. A social Calendar. Wedding anniversary Loyal daughters class the Loyal daughters class of the West Street Christian sunday school will be entertained thursday evening at the Home of mrs. Earl Wesner 3 go North Green Street by mrs. Wesner miss Mary Thatcher. Miss Mary Thatcher miss Ellen Thatcher miss Lydia Trimble and miss Hazel Patterson. There is a personal invitation to every member of the class old and new and visiting members to boat mrs. Wesner a Home thursday evening. Rehearsing play let. The Epworth league of the Atlanta m. E. Church is having final rehearsals this week for the play let a next door a which they will present Friday evening at the Mackabee Hall in Atlanta. The play let is an especially Clever comedy and the cast which Lias been chosen from among the members is a Strong one. There Are amusing situations that will keep the audience entertained for two hours the comedy being in three acts. It Osmos t a lass. The Cosmos class of the Kemp m. E. Sunday school will be entertained thursday evening at the Home of mrs. Cecil Harding at 119 Columbia Avenue and every member is urged to be present. Mrs. Harding will be assisted in entertaining by mrs. Harry Allen mrs. Jean Goar mrs. Rube Lett mrs. De May mrs. Fred Robertson and mrs. Arthur Teal. A Surprise was Given or. And mrs. George w. Shafer of Arcadia sunday. It was happily arranged by their friends in Honor of their 4 5th wedding anniversary. Or. And mrs. Shaffer had attended Church services at Cicero and upon their return found their Home in Possession of their friends and a Bountiful anniversary dinner ready to be served. Among those present were or. And mrs. James Allison and sons Earle and Paul and miss Alice Murray of Indianapolis mrs. Clara Parnell or. And mrs. Ralph Antrim or. And mrs. Arthur Crooks of Anderson or. And mrs. Allen Wright son Lewis and daughter Helen and or and mrs. George Shaffer of Atlanta or. And mrs. Caleb Brown of Elwood mrs. Bertha Parker or. And mrs. Roscoe Shaffer daughters Jeanette and Geneva miss Terni Snyder and mrs. Mary Shaffer of Arcadia. Following the dinner the afternoon was spent in a Happy so Cial Way. George Shaffer and his Bride miss Anna Curry were married april 20 1879, at the Home of or. And mrs Lew Wright near Omega Anil went to housekeeping East of Arcadia where they lived for Twenty years. They then moved to Indianapolis and remained there for seven and one half years when they returned to the Arcadia Vicinity locating on a farm South of Arcadia. They moved to Arcadia eight years ago and expect to make it their , it Home. They have one son. Roscoe Shaffer of Arcadia. Or. Shaffer is the Only member of his family living hut mrs. Shaffer has three Sisters mrs. Mildred Wright of it. Wayne mrs. Calci Brown of Elwood and mrs. Mary Shaffer of Arcadia. J. D. Kleyla Northwest of Tipton received word at noon tuesday of the death of his Mother mrs. Baths Neda Kleyla which took place tuesday morning at 10 30 of clock at the Home of a daughter mrs. Fred Dex Wieimer in North Tonawanda n. Y., where she had been spending the Winter. Mrs. Kleyla had been in serious condition for several Days and her death had been expected. The body will he brought to Tipton for burial at Fairview cemetery beside the husband who died in 1895. In i no further arrangements Are until further word is received from the Sisters Home. Mrs. Kleyla was one of the pioneers of the county having lived in the county Quot since 1838. She was the daughter of Joab and Elizabeth it Eliason Parker and was Horn in a shield against tarnish rust or stain. I Metal Las for a Mela of \ Ana Glass surfaces get a can today kills Large Snake. Reptile five vet six finches Long dispatch i with stake. Saturday Charles milk others were line Road n where repair men killed i the rept by several t a Hull Snake some of the and there the reptile along the t will Coppo Southwest it who enc oui tiles grab dispatched t rec Ted blow til is is or Bidi has Hice this Spring and All of the men assert that their dinner pails contained nothing to drink except Coffee and water on the Day the Snake was killed. Mrs. Bathsheba Kleyla. Present Day dub. Tile present Day club will he entertained thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Phil Nichols at 128 North Conde Street. Tribune classified ads get results. Judge w. W. Mount wife and daughter miss Alta have gone to Columbus Ohio to visit a week in the Home of Rev. Birchard f. Brun Dage and family. Mrs. Brundage is daughter of judge mount and wife. Read Tribune want ads. Martz theatre Tipton Wayne county March 8, 1838. Sin was Only six months old when tin parents moved to Tipton and Settle on a farm entered from the govern ment about four Miles Southeast of Tipton. At that time there had not been a stick of Timber Cut on tin place and each time a member of the family was compelled to go any place lie carried an a to Blaze the Trees for a Trail. In november is she was mar ried to Peter m. Kleyla a son of mar tin Kleyla and of the seven children Horn to them Only three Are surviving j. D. Kleyla of Tipton Wil Ham Kleyla of Windfall and mrs Dexheimer of North Tonawanda n y. Two children died in infancy and mrs. Zora mock and mrs. Mary Louif died after they were grown and married. She is also survive by several grandchildren and great grand children. Mrs. Kleyla was one of the Good mothers of the Community loved and revered by every one. She was life Long member of the Christian Church Lier membership being with the West Street Christian Clum and As Long As her health would permit she was faithful in attendance and always True to her worship and Faith. Monday tuesday Charles Ray a the girl i loved aug a kidding Katy a two reel corned. Extra special a Ezra buzzing on a Rube band a treat Don t miss it. Matinee Loe Lith and 25c. Evening 15c, 25c and 35c. Wednesday George Arliss in the Man who played god also Pathe news and a a perfect lady a hoi in comedy. Matins a Ioc 15c and 20c. Evening�?15c, 20c and 25c. Bile will Coppock. Chink Burton and work on the Range Thweat of Sharpsville Are being made the a be Snake. Which was pronounced be what is known As a was the largest that in had Ever seep wild. A Seatter ment when a As sighted crawling j of the Cement Road. Who was raised Iii the Ler of the county and a cd Many of these rep a Surveyor s stake and it i Cotile with a Well clip in the head. Of the few Snake stories Rifted into the Tribune i enter est i nor Easi no. Meetings held Iii lilt Block by Rev Ross Early wine drawing Rowels. The on dusted in meetings being he Lutz Block on South main Street by Rev. Ross Earlywine continue to interest and increase in night the Crow i was Large r seating Arrau g Ament could Modaty. Additional be its in placed in the room my ments made to take Cne of a Are to attend the ser Rice s monday limn tile a cum Ive been Arra ii goof All who Earlywine is a former gospel workers Church Rev. Ross pastor of tile in Nort h Inden Enderie Street s a forcible and entertaining orator. On thursday night Rev. Early wine ill on the and pulpit or. Sui speak Jet of vital importance to americans p general and the Public is invited o hear this discourse services Start Ca ii of clock and there ill. Is a night at wok Dine Cook services. Children twelve Yean old and Over pay adults admission All children occupying seats must have tickets the funeral of miss theodocia Cook of the Curtisville Community was held at the main Street Christian Church in Elwood tuesday afternoon at 2 00 of clock. A very Large number of friends and relatives were in attendance at the services which were conducted by the pastor. Rev. De Miller. Friends and old neighbors from the new Lancaster Community where she was reared and of the Curtisville Vicinity attended in Large numbers enamel your Kitchen Walls do not paint them the Kitchen and hath room Walls require a finish that can he washed. A Fiat or Ordinary gloss paint is very hard to Wash clean. The practical Way to fix them is to enamel them. Of course a High gloss enamel is not satisfactory either on account of the gloss. The Best thing to use is Kyanite keloid finish. This is a Sera us loss enamel that is easy to Wash. It will not show streaks and spots after being washed. It is easy to apply and does not show Brush Marks or laps. It goes farther than paint and takes fewer Coats than paint one coat is frequently sufficient. Keloid finish besides giving this Beautiful Semi gloss enamel finish that is mostly desire gives you a hard sanitary Waterproof finish that is the Delight of every housewife. A 45c Sample can free at any of these dealers by presenting your name and buying a Good 25c Brush to apply it. Yolk name Porter pharmacy Home workers. By mistake the announcement of the Horne workers of the fir presbyterian Church was made Fogt tuesday afternoon. It should have read thursday afternoon in the Church Parlours. Members Are asked to take notice. Or. And mrs. George Mahan of North Conde Street were the guests of or. And mrs. Billy Beaky be of this City sunday. In the afternoon they were Kokomo visitors. So for at the Mart. No Sot of characters of recent lie lion have been quite As vivid As those Joseph Drew in his novel a tile Bright Sha w in and when its filming was discussed every suggested cast differed widely in All hut one respect. Richard bans Ihei mess a almost unanimously chosen for the principal role that of Charles Abbott Tho american who becomes involved in a cuban re Luti Narv plot. But int Olulo the andalusian dancer a Filar the spy Narcissa Escobar. J be Clinch Lily Captain santan Ilia do Vara and Idle rest left j room for discussion. Ban heiress of course is Charles Abbott. With him in Dorothy Gish la Clavel who brings All Havana to worship tit the whirling fringe by Lier gorgeous shawl. Then comes Mary Astor celebrated Beauty throughout America. I to portray the fragrant Blossom that is Nateisha. Mine. Jetta Gondal famous emotion Al actress solves the problem Well remembered As the Mother of is Carmencita Escobar. The engagement of Talent did no Stop with producer Aud players however. Everett Shinn famous artist arrange the scenes which in consequence reflect a degree of artistic Beauty Seldom seen in pictures. He Trad the natural Scenic splendours and old architect Ara i triumphs of Cuba to command he mirrors them superbly. Edmund Goulding who wrote a a fury and adapted several of the previous Bart heiress successes adapted a the Bright shawl As a first National picture coining to the marts theater monday Aud tuesday of next week. A Asp rite Date is set for the wedding and everything As the brides Home is a hurry of excitement everyone plans for the impressive occasion and the Bride herself is living in the wedding gown All important is the wedding gown itself. We Are now showing exquisite Queen like materials that will thrill j a the most particular brides. Rfelix satins Lustrous crepes. Fashion thesij1 with Dainty Cream lace and they will be Lovely enough to be cherished in memories fora lifetime. I pm i i \ i Iii i i White satins and laces Iii our really to Wear department All the loveliest lingerie imaginable is ready for the brides selection. Lovely step in sets with looped la in Hon edges night gowns daintily tucked and lace trimmed and everything else that a Bride night desire for Lier Trousseau May be found Here. Packing the i Bride a trunk is lots of fun especially for tii it brides Little brother for lie loves to till it with Rice and Candy hearts. However the actual planning of the costume to go in the trunk takes a great Deal of thought and skill i discerning brides i lavs shop at the Golden Pule for the v know the smartest styles May always be found Here Ini the store. Other determining details Ana silk Liosi of sheer Quality veiling of individuality purses and Limiter Arm bags to harmonize a scarfs flowing and Bright toilet requisites it to essential and jewelry of Linen Esse eau All be found Bere in abundance. A something a of course the Bride must Wear something Blue and Why not a Dainty pair of Blue Satin garters with a ruffle of lace. 59c. Every Bride knows that her outfit will be incomplete if she does not add a suit. For travelling and All round Wear it is the most popular. A very Complete showing have we Jill All the 1924 fashioning. $24.98 up. Beautiful dresses for the honeymoon can be fashioned from the new a Black and White cremes just arrived. Black and White Are fashion favourites this Spring and cliche Bride does not want to without at least on in possessing these colors Satin slippers the brides White Satin slippers must be selected very carefully. T ii e y a Hurst be very simple but smart and Dainty. We have a special Model designed for bridal slippers. $7.50. Be it cd Lea ii to Fuji White dresses for confirmation Iii a diversified selection. I. Also Dainty dresses Iii delicate colors for the graduation miss. Sizes 12 to Field Quality Gingham exclusive patterns on display during National Gingham week april 28th to May 3rd. The Golden Rule our name our policy or another a Burton Asci is wry Iii fortunate. Time test eel by a lint. Tipton jest another report of alertness end Sulf ring relieved by Doan s i Llis. Another Tipton ase that of lasting Benefit w hat can be More Many months i mrs. S. C. Harker of South East Street is suffering from the results of a fall which injured her right limb. This Lamb has been broken three times find has caused the aged Ilus a to be confined to her bed for convincing thousands recommend Doan s for backache rheumatic pains headaches dizziness and distressing axillary disorders. Doans Are a stimulant diuretic to the kidneys. They jut de helped thousands and should help you. A Tipton Case Ujj. Ii. Finnan p37 Vav. Madison st., says Quot i had Slarp shooting pains in my Hack and a general weakness extending from Liny hips. Any Little exertion tired Nile. At times i had no ton pol Over tile kidney secretions. Doans rills from the Blue front drug store Hood corrected tile it seems that each Accident which befalls her results Iii injury to this limb. Awarded diploma. Or. And mrs. Lowell Morton 4 lid baby of Markle former Tipton residents wore the guests of or. And mrs. Bort Horrell of East Washington Street sunday. Automatic oiling windmills the Best on the Market. We Al men buy All leather work so Are agents for Heller Aller shoes $1.95, $2.69, $2.95, $3.25, pumps. We Are prepared to do $3.45, $3.95, $4.45 every pair All kinds of tinning plumbing guaranteed to be satisfactory. Roofing and pump work. Hick Eoy Purvis. C in Lier amp Presser of nearly six Finnan said a i complaint since Goc at All Burn go., mfrs., years later. Or. Haven to had i Hiney Doans cured leaders. Foater i Buffalo n. i g cuing Lowig nicely. R. A. M. Notice. Called convocation of Tipton chapter no. Ill on wednesday evening at 7 30. Work Iii the Mark and past master degree on a Large class of candidates. Your attendance is desired. Joseph e. Booth h. P. G. Miss Luis Hooks who was operated on Friday Jai the pit Al at India Apollo Chis of getting along ii Woid from lie aft Dan att the Hospital tuesday Moi methodist Llos for append icely. Ending phys reported pm Abd that she wits the symptoms tag pulse As Norm i and feeling much Lin tier All indicating Lier earn recovery. T in Tribune clarified gods get results. Mrs w. L. Berryman has received notice from the no Bone Corset co. Flint she has been awarded h diploma Iii surgical corsetry. Mrs. Berryman has Given years of Effort to Onset fitting and has become Firth i it. She has been fitting corsets for fourteen years. A a. I or. And mrs. William Small and daughter were at Ekin sunday and visited with or. Smells father Atonia and family. The Tiptop people on Joyed a Fiji dinner and a a Good visit pith their relatives i a Fajr 1 ? notice to Light and Power customers. Ill is the last Quot our Light and Powis. I Yule City Council has script orders that be Cut off tree and this done so please pay i save reconnecting cd a Tipton electric Light Power co. Successful decoration of your Home depends primarily on the proper treatment of the Walls which is our specially. In our line of Are patterns that will. Transform your rooms. Allow us to show you some of the new styles now in Vogue j the Blue front jambs Cor. Mite my j by. St
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