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Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - August 12, 1930, Tipton, Indiana ? age two the Tipton daily i Ake Bauk Home. New Lam Anter. Eor ii i Rush flit r school. With i at the Ritz tuesday wednesday and thursday old guard m outlined from Page i did or. Fps it is fully alive Tho taut. In the Senate he supported the loll from Start finish. To leak the country like it is his new Job the donor its laugh i say that neither fess nor any in else can do that hut at any e he will try and if he loses will not he found apologizing. What will he the attitude of a Farmers is another question hears when the election of is is he subject of converso ii. The Export debenture Law the Relief of agriculture. Lith the Senate voted into the Tariff Law Ami subsequent in voted eliminate it when the House would have none of it. Will in an Issue in the Western Grain states and Horah. Lafallette Johnson r. Norris. Mio it Khart. Blaine d the other a pseudo re pub Tisz will make capital of it. With the Low Price of wheat a in id rat he he Hilt it f Lei xxx la Era rheumatism is soon banished by new Ponjola i his mini finds new Medicine first real help in stubborn and painful Case. And other grains and with Cotton Selling for less than at any other time in a decade the farm Relief Issue like the Tariff Issue. Which is tied up with it is also certain assume Paramount proportions. Senator fess fought the equalisation fee provision in the Mcnary Hail Gen Hill. Which Iii 11 failed of enactment through the application of the veto by president Coolidge and he was just As Active in his opposition the debenture clause which caused o much trouble in the bet session of Congress. Senator fess will have As his chief lieutenant Robert ii. Lucas of Kentucky who will resign As commissioner of internal Revenue assume the position of chairman of the executive committee of the National committee. Or. Lucas has up this time confined most of his political activities the playing of an important part in the Republican campaigns in i lie Bim grass Stet. In Kentucky has a reputation As one of the Ablest organizers in the party. Or. Lucas s Job will in bring til attention of tile country the achievements of the administration and answer the blasts that Are daily emanating from the Headquarters of the democratic i committee working hand in hand with fess in Hie Effort keep tile party Iii Power. As the political situation Sixes up today no Republican National chairman has Ever assumed a tougher Job than the one fess has taken on his shoulders. The democrats were never More belligerent and. For the first time Iii years it begins look As it they Are really getting together and preparing co the country with real Paramount issues. Foremost among til use Are the mail pm Smoot Tariff Law. The failure of the farm Hoard brine Relief agriculture and the prob Bim of prohibit Ion enforcement. M it John Blettner. Ait a suffering for two years we rheumatism and kidney j trouble i began taking said or. John Ruet Liichi. Bib Hack i v Street. Muncie. I had tried Many 11 divines Ami treat melds without Benefit up this turn. I a ook roil Jola for six weeks and Tho Sharp pains in my Nims shoulders Aud Flack were no longer present. Instead of i getting up frequently at night. I now get a real nights rest. My j Ai Petite Lins increased and i Eer a lib Fel grateful toward k011-j la. I am fully convinced that it is a Worth while treatment for kidney trouble and rheumatism f also found that Ponjola la Fra fives taken with tin Medicine. J rid me of a be of get u i Horn Avon j Ola Medicine a severe Aud. Constipation. It 1 mainly was the Light for Ponjola work. Quickly and a Complete treatment of from six in eight bottles will bring Relief that will Surprise those with the most stubborn l ases of Ste Tach liver kidney and Bowel troubles and rheumatism neuritis and nervousness. Ponjola is sold in Tipton. Iud., a James mood s drug store and by All the Best druggists in All towns throughout this entire Section. Nearing i oink let iou. The residence of or. And mrs. Wimer Smith of Windfall which Bias been vat ant for flit past eighteen months and a Chili is being remodeler is nearing and the family will soon lie in copying it. Two rooms have been added the House which has been recovered with Weatherboard and re plastered. New floors have also been plated in the House. Elmer Smith known his friends As Quot Pigtail a is a Carpenter of no Little ability and lits brother Herbert has been assisting him in the work. Mrs. Snit ii and the three children have for some time been at the Home of lit r parents or. And mrs. Sherman Kemp in Elwood. The family formerly resided in Tipton or. Kemp for years being employed in local bakeries. Elmer Smith some me ago. Cot in wrong with the authorities Over a liquor Law violation but state s that he has parted company with that business forever. He has Many friends in Windfall who Are glad see him staging a right comeback. P. M. Stouter amp son reliable jewellers and opticians diamonds watches gifts no charge for Eye examinations expert watch clock and jewelry repairing watch inspectors for Nickel plate and traction All work guaranteed phone 213 Tipton people were Iii Southern part of the state. Or. And mrs. C. E. Fitch and three children of East Jefferson Street have just returned from a two week so vacation trip during which they visited or. Fitch a parents at Deputy into. They were accompanied on the try by miss Nellie Baity of Kokomo sister of mrs. Fitch. They report crop conditions in that part of the state As exceptionally discouraging. There is some Corn in that Section in the liver Bottoms hut most of the torn crop is burned up by the extreme heat and dry weather. Around Columbus tile Corn Fields Are being used for pasturage for the cattle and horses As the Cebu Lar pastures Are also burned up. Some of the Corn is being Cut up and being used for feed. There Are lots of melons around Seymour but they Are Small on account of the drought. Muskmelon were Selling at North Vernon at 5 cents each and some smaller ones at nine for 25 cents. They Are about the size of base Halls. There was a Good rain at Deputy twelve Miles North of Madison. Saturday night the rain being about 3-4 Inch. This is the first rain do any Good since March. During their trill the Tribune followed them and kept them in close touch with the happenings at Home. \ Tipton visitor. Change residence. Or. And mrs. Dye Moon and children who have been residing at the Corner of West and m i son streets for some time have removed the Corner of East and Adams St re a. Making the Bange tuesday morning. Or. Moon who suffered stroke of paralysis on june which affected his left Side improving very slowly and it was necessary for tin Young ambulance remove him his new Home. Fine baby Iii. Or. And mrs. De Dobson of 219 East North Street Are the proud parents of a Fine baby girl that arrived at their Home last Friday. The baby the first child in the Home has been named lots Irene. Mother and child Are reported be getting along nicely mrs. Ido Sou before her marriage was miss Edith Ogden of Tipton daughter of or. And mrs William Ogden who now reside in the South part of the state. Enjoyable vacation. Threshing Chews met. Members of i in l i de i ii it John Leach ring celebrated. Members of the John and Fred Lea h threshing ring which finished the season last week met at the Home of or. And mrs. Albert Ciana in monday night with their families and a splendid report of the run was made a Lieut too Perdus were present enjoy the Home made cake and ice Cream. Iii tile election of officers it was decided retain the present officers Roy Whisler being president of the ring. Mrs. Nadine seilers of Redding Fen ii by i Van is a guest of or. And mrs. William Briest at their Home in the Harker apartments on North Independence Street for the week. Or. And mrs. Breist will accompany mrs. Seilers her Home when she returns. They will go Cleveland first for a Short stay and will then motor Redding and from there at-1iitie City where they will Aop at the Chalfonte Hadden Hall on the Board walk during the remainder of their vacation. A is or. And or. Leslie Case of the Case bakery have returned from a weeks vacation trip during which they motored Michigan and Wisconsin visiting at a number of Points of interest there and also in Illinois before returning Home. Eur of tug \ neat iou. Mrs. Bessie Byersdorfer of tin Dost on store who is spending Lur vacation with Lier Mother. Mrs. Mary Baker at Blanchester is remembering her friends with greetings and cards telling of some trips she has been enjoying. Mrs. Byersdorfer accompanied Hor daughter and husband. Or. And mrs. Harry Snyder of Winamac on the vacation trip Ohio and visited at Peebles the great Serpent Mound Tho sacred altar of the Mound builders and at it. Ancient along with May other interesting places. Autos in mix up. Or. And mrs. P. E. Heaton and granddaughter Phyllis Leisure Arete at Noblesville Nio Aday and visited with their daughter mrs. Or Way mount and husband. Free admission Sand Island All week. C-269 an automobile mix up in which Ara owned by Jesse Coleman of the Coleman garage and Earl Phifer employed at the Mcintosh Broom pm were damaged occurred at noon tuesday. It was understood the damage was covered by insurance and neither Driver wag Hurt. Mrs l. L. Harding and two children George and Margaret of Frankfort spent tuesday with or. Aud mrs. Cecil la Ding and family on South West Street. George will remain for a Wyek a visit with i rub tiny Don retard link. A e. Dennison former Tipton resident was Here tuesday meeting a number of his old friends. Bible school 9 30 morning worship 10 30. The ladies Aid will meet with mrs. Dallice Haskett thursday afternoon August 14th. All ladies of the Community Are invited. The Balser reunion will be held at the Home of Jasper Balser sunday. August 31st. Or. And mrs. Joe Beeson of Aroma visited or. And mrs. Omen Beeson Friday and attended the funeral of Mac Thomas that was held at Curtisville Friday afternoon. Mrs. Francis Edwards spent the week end with or. And mrs. Marvin Click of Kokomo. Or. And mrs. Harvey Knick were sunday guests of or. And mrs. Frank Heaton of Elwood. Or. And mrs. Nolan Ray and son Bobbie and miss Ruby Ray left wednesday for Cleveland of. Where they will be guests of or. And mrs. Roy Sabens. Mrs. Ray and mrs. A hens Are Sisters. They will also visit Niagara Falls before returning Home. Or. And mrs. Leeson Jackson returned Home sunday evening after a few Days visit at the lakes. Or. And mrs. Jesse Myerly Betty and Alice Myerly visited or. And mrs. Clifford Legg last sunday near Windfall. Misses Ruby Ray Ruth Howe and Virgil Ray spent saturday in Tipton on business. Or. And mrs. Lester Miller or. And mrs. Oakley Hughes Are spending this week at tile lakes. Mrs. Claude Bagley. George and Carol Bagley of Anderson Aru visiting or. And or. Frank Legg. Or. And mrs. Faulty Yarling spent sunday with mrs. Josephine Starkey of Elwood. Or. And mrs. Odet Bison of arcadia., or. And mrs. Harold Hall of near Frankton were sunday guests of mrs. Mary Yarling. Or. And mrs. A Nim in j Uday and son Nora who have been sightseeing in tile Western states for a few weeks returned Home saturday after a very pleasant rip. Or. Aud mrs. Roy Mitchell of Columbus Ohio were the week end guests of or. And mrs. Omer Harrow of new Lancaster and or. And mrs. L. L. Cook of Elwood. Or. And mrs. William Ray or. And mrs. Cyrus Ray Glenn Estel la Virgil and Ruby Ray Ruth Howe mrs. Lottie Hinds or. And mrs. Nolan Ray were Friday evening guests of or. And mrs. Fonnie Hinds of Orestes. Faulty Yarling Virgil Ray and Roy Heflin were at Indianapolis mom attending business matters. Or. And mrs. Faulty Yarling entertained a few friends at an ice Cream supper thursday evening. They were or. And mrs. Chase Harmon and f Imily or. And mrs. Roy Heflin and family Ruth Mower Estella and Ruby Ray. Lester etch Ion. Glenn Ray. Virgil Ray. Leonard Etc Liaison or. And mrs. Claude Etchison. Comrade Vav. I Cue civil War Paul Newkirk a it of Green Veteran of Windfall has n no i who will t.,k a i Ber of articles of clothing which at the fort he wishes donate Tim red Busine College will donate them a Good sized Arrau Load. The clothing consists of sch it o various articles some of which Are new. Ments for �o1 year s Roar inter nut inn Egi fort Mig Way i i its til 111 St read Tribune want copyright 1930. Warner Bros. Pictures inc. This Story it based on Warner Bros. Vita phone production of the play by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein in synopsis Only the sudden intercession of the bully whip Man Shep has prevented Daren mystery girl from being dedicated by the african after his Public humiliation at the canteen Shep Keyes entered upon dark plans of vengeance. Toms punishment he intended Trust his whip but the Means of penalize tribe As the Mystic Bride of a log Dawn for her part in the Inch Pagan god. Dawn though fair of j Dent was something that called for complexion believes herself Black of blood. Tom Allen Young Plantation owner infatuated with her overhears talk convincing him she is White. Allen and other britishers Are prisoners of War the germans having seized the British territory. Dawn awaits the inti tation services with dread. Shep who dominates the Blacks with his whip has sinister designs on her. Tom is anxious have it out with the hulking giant. Instalment nine Dawn wanted know Bow be knew. Quot because a Tom explained Elm j physical encounter with or without ply Quot i had see you i go away his whip rather was afraid of different measures. Tonight Shep knew Dawn accompanied by her eight maids would proceed a Jungle Clearing offer her body Tho purifying rays of the Moon. Familiar with the ritual Shep knew that Dawn would be chained this crude altar and helpless. So much was a1 ready arranged. As the whip Man studied his plans he was beset with Tho fear that they would be somehow upset by Tom. While scarcely willing admit it even himself he feared tora no Little. Not that womb have hesitated meet Tom in a tonight dawns smile gave Way Quick anxiety. Quot you go Back England a Tom Shook his head. Quot no i go the new the Assurance that he was remain near her gave tawn vast Comfort it was a fleeting Comfort however dispelled by the recollection that very soon she would parted from him perhaps forever. A Mooda a she whispered slowly a she say i go be a Quot yes a Tom answered gravely a a in be her next words came in a torrent speaking with a bitterness Dater stood gazing into the sky Tom had never before known her have. Dawn Issei through her recital As of fearful of being stopped. She spoke 03 if so found Relief in ridding herself of the words As if she were accepting a deserved Scourge. A tonight a she cried wildly a i go the Jungle with May bridesmaids. There they leave it. Alono a in the Light of the Moon and the stars. Dawn s body must bathed in White Light for make Sweet Bride for great god description of the Pagan rite revolted Tim. A a it a unspeakable a he protested. A inhuman Dawn have you Ever wondered what your father would say this a a i never see my father a returned Dawn sadly. Quot Mooda Tell me he was great Quot did it Ever occur you that your father might have been a White Man a a ooh no not i ask Mooda about it. Quot and what does Mooda say a Quot Mooda say that once la Many Many years. African girl White like me is born. It Means that Malang he loves her and must have Ber for his tempted As he was convince the girl that she was not a child of the Black Mooda Tom finally decided that such tidings could Only distress her. It was too Lato his influence with Dawn. Ile therefore resolved extraordinarily careful not seen in route Tho ritual ground. Accurately timing Tho departure of Dawn from Tho canteen Shep huddled in Tho underbrush and watched Tho procession. To anybody but shop it wa3. A weirdly impressive sight. Attended by eight maids Dawn led Tho cortege w Ith Mooda their Steps marking time tile pipers moaning music. Tho shimmering gowns of the marchers caught Tho Moonlight and gave their wearers Tho appearance of ghosts on Parade. Just inside the Jungle. Mooda directed Tho marchers a Well cleared Trail that wound upward through almost impenetrable foliage. Shep when he Felt himself undetected darted into Tho Jungle and followed at a discreet distance Tho pipers notes guiding him through Tho darkness. In another part of Tho Jungle Tom and Pigeon wore battling their Way Over unfamiliar trails As they proceeded farther into Tho Jungle they lost the Light of Tho Moon and frequently were forced pause and examine their map by the Light of matches. Tom with a nonchalance did not feel chided Pigeon for permitting himself be led astray. Bul Pigeon whose body already bruised by shop s whip had suffered severely from the slaps of snapping branches was Cager recover the Trail. Quot you stay Here who coun a Soled unloading his 1 ack a a and ill see if i can find where we re a since you a the said Tom uns Linging his pack a perhaps you a better do Tho recon loitering. Personally i believe we re on the right after Tho Cockney had lost himself in the darkness. Tom began recount the events of Tho Day. As they coursed though his mind his concern for Dawn grew greater. Ile we Ould not resign himself Tho permanent loss of her even though Erie dispatched him England and the natives hid her in a Temple in the Dee pest hide a Way of the Jungles. The Jungle was appallingly quiet. Once fancied heard music such As Tho Piper had played Dur ing Tho afternoon. But this Laid his imagination. It Camo him again Aud again faintly and Brokenly until he was persuaded that he really heard it. It gradually struck him that this music was boing played for dawns ceremony. This realization Only served increase his nervousness. To paced the Small area impatient for the return of Pigeon. To did not Calizo that Pigeon had been gone for a considerable time until he searched for a cigarette and found the package empty. He had smoked Tho last of them including Tho Ono bad promised save for his companion. Fearful that Pigeon had Mot with trouble or lost himself in Tho Jungle he aet out in search of him Pigeon after progressing a few Hundred Yards into Tho Thicket remembered. With an eloquent oath that he had left the Trail map with reclaim her from the wooden j Tom. Rather than return for i. He resolved Trust Luck. Ile bridegroom. Such Knowledg a would Only serve add the Monte already prescribed for her As the isolated Bride of a lifeless idol. A but i love you. Dawn who exclaimed impulsively taking Ber into his arms. A i love you More than any of your gods could love you.�?�. A that snakes me very Happy she was weeping softly. A then Dawn let take you with . I can leave you a sch. Tom. It would mean death be both. Maybe the lives of All your people would on my head of i went with you. Pii Walt for you. I la be Safe from All men in the Pigeon arrived with the Kite. I heading it the girl More closely . Him. Tom kissed her again and again. Quot Imi come for you. Dawn Quot promised and hurried away with Pigeon. She stood and watched them vanish into the Jungle. Upon reaching his Jungle Retreat. Plunged Onward blindly. His chief fear was Tho swamp but was reasonably certain that it Lay his right. Without warning. Pigeons feet shot from under him and before he was aware of Whit it was All about he was plunged downward Landing heavily on a Broad Trail. When be recovered his breath he Felt like cheering. He believed had stumbled upon the Trail he was searching. But his impulse cheer was quickly throttled. Turning at the sound of a Footfall he beheld the forbidding face of Shep. At first sight Pigeon suspected that he was beholding a ghost indeed fervently wished that the figure would turn out be a ghost. But shops hostile voice soon dispelled any Hope for that Miracle. Quot is following Dawn a asked Shep. To be continued 111 years ago August 12. Tipton was having an i it Shorter. A on a a it it of a breakdown a la Plant. Word was received of tin Loath a i Bani i Dunn he at his loin m Indianapolis. Tipton people War Vond Rill v at with eve a void advis intr Lav in tin Winter suppl of Oai and the was i one by had a nag r Parker of it i intr Iii factory it during the week u Majestic radio Sparton radio Victor radio Lee s. Lea therm an Eli Kal Drici <10k Ebke Mai i a it i Sik d k list j la toy Smith wrote a fitter Mother or. Sam Kelley that landed safely in Frau Ami i feeling Lino. E. In mat Imla i w. Adv 1 my. Fix 1-Romn 1uu>e on gree.lt reel for rent. Ii a a it Afifi i Iii. Drills 1 of tie Sendai 1 a Bibi in he churl mire Sui 25% reduction All Wall paper Blue front drug store Tipton ind. A a Good place Trade save at in. Haas amp suns july Sal a. I w i tit Nom new a Hap half Price suit Sale Max Gross Ual hoi in Iii. U a ii a i hide. E. E. Hicks chiropractor mire Over Blue front tinier i Terson Aud main phone it. Tipton. J. Ii m. V n. Shoe store nothing Over $4.98 Goi i Tes m r motto m i .1 m i a. In a a insurance of All kinds lire a Auto a Accident protect no for wha Ever your personal or brim in is be. May a. Lee f. Griffth insurance Agency Plaine a7. Of rip k a lie Lull w. 3. Pumphrey . Ink it i u a i it no in in i ii in i Iii experience ii. I in Iii pm i , Assi Man i it lib a a ii a 4 i in i Ami j or a Tipton phone 251, Loans f i Quot i sect imly Wiir Iii eur it a Villi k and confidential Peoples loan amp credit co. I it. I a it nine bldg. N. Main. W bet Han Park. Iii no ii Lark. Yir j ii lit ii bake . A i k la i r i i Arni will by w k tending see Young it Mason suits and furnishings j East Jefferson St. A j Al ii a Oil i i in a r a i a i the . It Ouirl Indio a it Rii As 1 i Gate i rom the nope pie j i>.4 r i Iii ii of the in Hula Christian sunday Miller tourists. I lilt i ii a ill in age i during Iii j a Tim y. There was i i on of room i i lie big bus i j by tilt action and the Tipton in y Imon a the 33 fourth a a. Loan in i ii Praise of the trip. To Iii b x us Tipton Pirly included or. O. J Hutto miss Mildred wet. Or. Fin Dodds my Wilda it who two mid Edwin Pickering. Radio service he in anywhere a serial work full line in Quot Fri a my j unkind radio shop phone 2iu.\t. Charles Fouch tailor and men s shop Ion North main Street. We Trade for your old tired line backs Wert Jefferson St. Free admission Sand Island All week. A a a a ii Tribune classified Udiz pay. Popular plied show Home Trade shoe store East St., Tipton

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