Tipton Daily Tribune in Tipton, Indiana
22 Apr 1924

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22 Apr 1924

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Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - April 22, 1924, Tipton, Indiana Page eight the Tipton daily Tribune end came to beloved citizen Early today. Resident of county since 1880 born in 1835. Shortly after one o clock this morning Daniel Conley is years of age and one of the but just known and beloved citizens of Tipton and Tipton county died at the Home of his daughter. Mrs. Isabelle Brady Wile of ii. Ii. Brady Northeast of Tipton where lie had been making his Home for the past several months. Death was due to a complication of aliments incident to his advanced age. Surviving Are tit rec children mrs. Isabelle Brady mrs. May Parker wife of a. X. Parker of Indianapolis and Thomas Conley of Phoenix. Ari. He is also survived by several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Daniel Conley was one of the Best liked men who Ever resided in Tipton county and his friends were it was while living Iii Jennings county that John Morgan the Ken Tucky Raider invaded Indiana and attempted to spread the Southern confederacy into this state. Dan was a member of i he Union Home guards and he was called upon to Lake up arms against the invaders and he was one of the men that followed Mot Start my trial gait of non. In and drove him and his army of t lie state. Those were Stren Days and it was at a time when i Ltd a i spirit of the people Wen g tried for tile preservation of lie on february 17. Ino a he was United Iii marriage to miss Mary laughter of Christopher Lovett her parents being of Irish descent. They resided in Jennings county until i sep. Win ii or. Conley bought a farm of i to acres North of Tipton to where they moved and resided until ii a i Winn j in y removed to this City Puren de til i inn property on North i Rule Pence reel. Where i Bey resided unite Deal ii of mrs. Conley last fall. Tipton pm Polk in a Kash. Sam melt in Aud children injured monday likening. A ii returning from Indianapolis. Where they had been visiting friends for Hie Day. Airs. Sam Moulin and children. Hilbert and pumice and Diehl Hankie of Lafayette owner of the Ford Sedan in with h tin v were is injured. I Oad Sib miss Ber i near Al h. C. Haskett is on jury trying Case. Little time lost by judge Anderson in starting. Change in name. Hobbs elevator to be known As Hobbs Grain company. Daniel Conley among All classes. Absolutely honest and upright he lived to is life by lie Golden Rule and his life was a shining example of Faith in humanity. He was Ever ready with help for the unfortunate and ins praises have been Sung by Many residents of this comm Unity. Several months ago the deceased suffered the loss of his wife and companion and since that time he lived with his daughter near Tipton. He was a devout member of the St. John Catholic Church and a regular Ai Pendant at services when his health permitted. Dan Conley was Horn in Prim George county Maryland october 29, in3a,his parents being Michael and Ellen Killela Conley. When he was about two years of age his parents moved to Baltimore where they resided until lx3n when they moved to York Pennsylvania. His fatties was one of tile pioneers of Maryland and he helped to Lay the track Oil the first Railroad Ever built in the tinted states it being the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Iii i s42 his father had heard of a new country that was being opened up where there were inducements for those who were trying to rear families and Iii i s42 they came to Indiana and settled at Madison and a year later they settled in Jennings county where both parents lived the remainder of their lives and both Are bul led there. Riding were nil More or i when i Leir car Assi Rue by a Ford car driven by n ice i Mimer a i a Cro Sroi Liso Vilie. The ear containing the Tipton people was i unwed Over on its Side at the Edge of the Road and the occupants Wen Cut by broken Glass and bruised and battered. Robert Mel 11 Iii sustained a badly Cut right ankle and lost a Large Quan ii of blood. La was also badly bruised and Erat died on various Paris of his body. Alls. Abdulin was badly bruised Aud in i my red a severe nervous Shock. Miss Eunice melt in was Hun on the right Side her right Ann being injured but no Bones were Brok ii. Diehl Hankie. Who was Dri ing escaped with a few bruises and minor cuts. Miss Homer who was driving tin car which hit that of the Tipton party was pm by Hying Glass and one Iii he two women Riding with her War hurl badly. Doctors and a nurse it \ 11 i so ii v i i in attended the injured people and tin husband Here Noli of the Accident. Me and John started at once for Ansonville hut on i he Way met j. Al. Hop Kins and Elmer Mitchell returning from Indianapolis who had picked in the injured people and were bringing them to ibis City. Re lie ear. Which belonged to Diehl Hankie who was visiting at the Mett Lin Home was completely wrecked in Tipton people place the blam i ii ire in on tin Driver of tin other car and say they were Iii no Way to it blame for tin Accident which Cann near ending fatally. A. A. Bridge dentist a Ray examinations ground floor office opposite Mart theatre Tipton ind. Rigal Larrier resigns. Guy Dean. Farrier Oil Boutell Windfall. Quits service. Iii the firm name of the new management of the Hobbs elevator which took control of this important Grain business monday morning will be the Hobbs Grain company. Frank Ackles a splendid Young business Man and one who will Endeavor to give the people of that Community the Best service in this line is the sole proprietor of the business having recently purchased the interest of his partner d. R. Smith the latter going to Indianapolis where he will he in business in tile future. Or. Ackles will continue the business along the same lines which has built up the reputation it this concern for honest and fair dealing and will no doubt do his full share of the business of that Section of the country. Hobbs is one of the important. Grain centers of the county and the residents of that Community have a Man in charge of the elevator of who will Accord them the Best service and treatment that can Given in this line. Be Baptist program. Cantata by tile Young people very Good. Was Little time was lost yesterday by judge Anderson in Federal court at Indianapolis Iii getting the Mccray trial started. The jury was select d by less than two hours and several witnesses were examined including the introduction of several let is purporting to show tile governor ii 11 to of using the mails to defraud. In c. Haskett of East of the City me of the Petit jurors for the Federal court is on the jury which is trying the Case. Other members of he jury Are j. A. Rainier merchant of Blackford county Carl Bowman merchant. Advance Thomas Hamilton chief Engineer Gary Street railway company Gary ind. Fred i a St in. Real estate and insurance senior. Greencastle j. E. Krause Fanner living near Madison Louis j. Lehman retired merchant Columbus William o. Cleveland retired Armer Hagerstown Alton g. Trusser. Insurance. Connersville Thom is s. Bunker Farmer living near Onville diaries and Ruilt Bond Alesina Richmond l. A. Clingen maintain comity. A mass of correspondence sex hanged Between governor Warren i Mccray and Hanks of Indiana Brough which Mccray discounted re numbers of notes endorsed by Lim. Was introduced by Tho govern a Clit in the trial of the governor Cost i Day. The government began the sub Mission of evidence at the opening if the afternoon session. Seven witnesses. Six of whom were hankers my testified before the adjournment o court late Iii the afternoon. Most of the evidence was Intro iced was preliminary in character mowing that the governor wrote to Bankers of the state and offered hem alleged a cattle paper bearing endorsement signed with the Lames of individuals and firms sup ered to have been customers of my. Ray. File evidence also showed that present with the largest number of he governor claimed to have care children. Both must he present fully investigated the makers of the soles and represented them As hav lost her purse. A ample Means to meet the notes _ Den due. While at sunday school sunday among the letters submitted in morning at the West Street Christian Valence were Many from Mccray Church it miss May Mok most a new i skiing Extension of time on the rown purse containing change and mates discounted and other letters j aut0 tickets. It was thought to have been taken by mistake in the crowd. Chew it after every me in it stimulates appetite and aids digestion it makes your i food do you More re Good. Note j Ibe w it relieves that stiffly tenting alter Hearty eating whitens Teeth sweetens breath and ifs the Goody that. »t1�?Iii la Liny. Trek i Lay april 22, 1924. Money grows when planted right Plant one Small surf idly grow into Larb attended to regularly very far apart. Deposit Bank. I in the Bank will come up rape Fortune. Good crop assured if distance to Plant deposits not to of one Dollar accepted at our e4 a in Kymm Mumm coining Home. The cantata at the Baptist Church sunday night was a grand Success. It was Given by the Young people of the Church. The easter season and the facts pertaining to the resurrection were carried out Iii Symbol and song. The House was packed at an Early hour. A lesson of vital importance was very impressively give we have a card from Joseph Lardier. Who with Hiis wife is now located in Hollywood Calif. They Are Atlanta residents but have been in California almost a year. Or. Lafeber says they Nuvill he Home in june and will remain until fall. A a prices i Ink Ems lower. General sales were made Iii 87.00 to Tjit steady. Indianapolis iud., april �2.�? re 1,2 lid seipts on hogs 11.000 Dattoli in in a Way that will do permanent calves sheep too. were substantially larger too much Praise can not he Given than the average run the last few Days and hog prices at hic Stock it will grow the first National Bank the Bank that service built member Federal Reserve system to the committee Iii charge of the program. They Laboured with much patience and fortitude. Next Friday night the Young people will give a Spring reverie in the basement of the Church. All Are invited to attend. The Flowers to the Church by Ben Theys added greatly to the occasion and were greatly appreciated. Mother s Day will be observed the first sunday in May. The committee in charge is airs. Goings mrs. Stockdale mrs. Lane airs. Pickerell. A prize will he Given to the oldest Kotlier and to the Kotlier who is assemble your Bills have but one place to pay we will furnish you the Money to pay off All of your obligations id you will have Only the one place to pay each month. A let us be your banker we loan Money on household goods automobiles pianos talking machines and live Stock. When in need see us and let us explain fully our plans and methods. Telephone applications receive prompt attention. Leaven amp Bates 2k West Jefferson St. Telephone Iff. In Friday morning of last week Guy Dean. Who has been mail Ca a tier on route 2, Windfall for souk time resigned his place which will to Lilied by a regular Carrier in is Short time. Or. Dean has been the service since March i 1 922. Tile resignation of air. Dean was made souk time ago and was to Haw become effective Alay la gut postmaster Fred Dunn requested that it take effect last saturday and this was done. Air. Dean is associated with his lather. Thomas Dean in the manufacture it it Cement burial aults hid in the lightning Rod business and will devote All his time to this of work. W Illiam e. Ride substitute Carrier has taken the place temporarily until a regular Mali is appointed. Ile is i Hor ulily familiar with the work and a Man Well qualified for the service. Air. Rifle is a candidate for the Republican nomination for sheriff of Tipton county to he determined at the primary on May Ltd hut will ail As Carrier until a regular appointee takes the place. Rom the Hanks complaining that hey were unable to collect the notes. In his opening statement or. Elliott declared that evidence to be submitted Iii the trial involving Lan actions covering a period of bout two years would show that Mccray had deliberately disposed of notes aggregating about $750,000, which he knew to he forged and valueless. To Banks of Indiana and elsewhere that the notes were written on companies that either did not exist or that had no assets Many of which were the property of Mccray himself that Mccray had induced the Hanks to buy the paper by representing to them that the notes were the obligations of the governors customers amply secured by miss mock is bookkeeper at the Ramsay amp havens grocery and will appreciate the return of her purse. Heart attack. Miss Grace Gunn of Ekin who is employed at Indianapolis is ill at her Home with heart trouble. She suffered a heart attack Early monday morning while she was on her Way from Ekin to this City to catch tile Early morning car for Indianapolis where she is employed. Reports from the Home this morning stated that she was improving. Or. And mrs. Ray Wiggins of Union. Chapel had As their sunday Din Yards tuesday went a Iowa or. General sales were Al $7. If to $7.07. Heavy hogs sold at $7.50. Migs wore about 2 5c lower at $7.00 Down and sows about steady at $0.75 blown. A great part of the run had Bren sold by the Middle of the morning there being a particularly Lively demand from outside sources. Cattle were generally steady calves decidedly lower fee Early sales being at $10.00, top $10.au. Around mid morning Good calves were being bought at $9.00 sheep were steady. Chicago. Ii april 22.�?�irecoipts on hogs , there being held Over prices were a lower receipts on cattle 7,000 shlep 12,-000. Need a Spring tonic ? often that s Only another Way of saying your disposition is tired a growing savings account is the Best recipe for Good spirits there is. Try it and see. Amp Only Bank in Tipton county under both Stato and fad aral supervision Farmers loan amp Trust co. The rank of the people Buffalo n. A. April 22�?received thirty carloads of hogs prices were a to Loc lower pigs $7.00 to $7.2a others . Today a produce mar wet. Wheat Jos .00 .40 .20 to visit in country. Property that Mccray had knowing Iven false financial statements of i Ner guests a Elmer Doversberger and his own Worth to Banks in an Effort family Jesse Yontz and family mrs. To make them believe that he Watress e Bolton and Fin Fred or. And Able to meet the notes when due a is George Cocin in and daughter that lie had predated forged notes j a Are Anc son of a no new and collected accrued interest on to in them from the Hanks and that Mccray As governor promised favors miss Laura met More of North who had been Irner dry goods using the easter sence of the Reg Point of an Acci Lier work and is eggs-------------------1-. Butter i j j. A incl Anapolis Hay Market. No. I Timothy Hay $22.50j� 23.00 no. I Light Clover mixed $22.00� 22.50 Clover Hay $21.50 @ 22.00. Indianapolis Market eggs a Indianapolis jobbers offer country shippers for strictly fresh Stock delivered at Indianapolis 19-20c a dozen. Poultry a jobbers buying prices or heavy fowls 21-2 3c a Pound Light fowls 17-19c leghorn fowl 25 per cent discount springers 18-22c old roosters 10-13c Stags 12-jl7c Capone 7 pounds up 26-28c ducks 4 pounds up 15-1 tic Turkey Young 24-30c old 18-22c geese to lbs. _ and up 10-12c squads 14 pounds = to dozen $5.50. Butter jobbers buying prices of packing Stock delivered at Indianapolis 20-23c a Pound jobbers Selling prices for Creamery butter fresh n be electric washers and sweepers i on easy payments in to till mrs. Roy Beanie went Home of or. And mrs. Arthur Gross near Normanda monday accompanied by Lier 5-year-old daughter \ Arij Dean and i hey will visit at the Gross Home for the next two weeks. To Hanks for taking the cattle Papern Efren ence Stre it which he wished discounted. J assisting at the or. Noel in his opening state store at Kokomo meat declared that the defense j rus a during the i would prove that Mccray had been car for lady on j guilty of no intentional wrongdoing j Dent has complot Iii the Sale of cattle paper that the now at her Home failure to pay the notes when due was the result of a general Depres mrs. Melissa by on and daughter Aion which depreciated the assets Alma returned to heir Home South of the governor and the firms and of this City Monc in evening from individuals whose notes he endorsed a Short visit in Indianapolis with that the financial statements Given or. And mrs. Will Russell. By Mccray represented his actual a Ltd a equity in lands and property which he weather a r tonight with possessed and that most of the notes probably Frost w Dena Day fair with sold by Mccray represented partner ri8ing temper ask ships of companies in which the governor was interested. Dangerously he Kenneth Hie 3-year-old son of Hubert Smith of Al in. Is reported to be dangerously ill wit la pneumonia. The baby was taken ill last wednesday with a cold which developed into j pneumonia. Prints 39-40c a Pound in and halves in More. Cream Indianapolis by ing 37c a Pound for butter quarters a pay Agnew St Agnija chiropractors Palmer graduates phone 21. 8h s. Main St. Mattingly a grocery fresh vegetable s. Fresh fruits groceries and Compton amp son Tipton Tad. H 55 a in. I. V. . . V 4. I i i j. J i j Jujj comparison i is the Only test us before Yon buy your tires and accessories Loc Tipton tire and acres cd sort company 21 East Jefferson it. Believe end near. Word from new Lancaster this morning was to the effect that mrs. Grace Yarling one of the Pioneer women of that Community who has been ill for some time at the Home of Lier daughter mrs. Glance Shaw was in critical condition and it was feared that she would not survive the Day. It it sign buy stale Auto insurance and save the difference to buy gasoline assets 0/er $1,150,000 surplus Over $500,000 losses paid prompt main motor company 23 North main St. Agents or Tipton county. Please Bear in mind that we will show you Eversp piece a of furniture we have in Stock without obligating you to buy. We want you to see what we have what our prices Are and How they compare with those of other houses. P i the combination of better goods and less Money must induce you to voluntarily place your orders Here. Youngs furniture co. Good furniture for Homes of Comfort

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