The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on July 24, 1924 · Page 5
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July 24, 1924

The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 5

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TMS BREMEN KKQMRER, THURSDAY, JULY 24, i92L i Factory To You Sale 5 THE LOCAL NEWS J j Qne-thml ort on all our bathing Jesuits. Lowenstine's. Hot Weather Comfort s -rr w, If . 1 h-r-' wsx fey Skeeter Skoot, Gypsy Cream and Oil of Citrouella for the insect annoyance. Refreshing Talcums, Creams, Lotions, Foot Powder and Rubbing Alcohol for the toilette and bath. Milk of Magnesia, Blackberry Compound and other reliable remedies for disordered digestion. These and many other articles i JV Jl C$1 --tg10 lelP make our KUmmer more iJrfy ,I)5a' "comfortable and enjoyable are TX ready for you at THE RENALL SivWI STORE. t t Items Concerning You ami Your Neighbors, oxt ami mi- a nrtvirs. t i Faciei y To You Sale. Our bis? July Clearance Sale is eh. Pordt miss it. Huffs. Miss Jeanette Darr Is visiting relatives in South Herd this wvek. Miss Mary Aon Stock has been iU at he v home for 'ho past week. Miss M.-ud Sfine, who is work in -r in South Bend, was home ever Sunday. Ladies silk hose, all colors, regular T;V valv.es for 4l, Lowenstine's. Mr. Mn i ay of Chicaro is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clayton E. Hun thi week. Secure your ltv24 auto and truck licenses from Dewey E. Arch, Notary Public. 49tf A daughter. Alberta May. was bom Sunday -v"i:nr to Mr. ami Mix F-ter Annis. Henry llclmlincrrr of South Bond visited William Heimlinger ami family Tuesday. Earl Carbiener of Tippecanoe visited has parents, Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Carbiener ever Sunday. Edison tna?da lamps, sreuuiue C E. product, for sale at Hacnes Grocery and Bremen Electric Co, ltf Mr. am! Mr. James M. Ranstead of Fikhait visited Bremen relatives for a short time yesterday. Whether Roadster, Coupe, Towring,! Sedan or whatever type, Insure your j ear with Claude E. Weiss, AsrenL 2-ftf I Mr. and Mr--. . G. L-r-hr, Miss Yada i Miss Mirme Bancteadi t Su".d aval Culver. afternoon and even- ; i S KoOHtZ BrOS,, NOTICE TO FARMERS. Having purchased a one ton truck, I am prepared to haul grain for the farmers from the threshing machine to market. Quick and satisfactory siervice. Phone 1 on 2T7L. 30pl Harold Heckaman. Cooling Food f .Straw hats at one-fourth off. Low enstine's. 'Factory to You Sale starts Aug. 1, ends Aug. 31. Mr. and Airs. Monroe Reed of South Bend visited relatives over Sunday. Adolph Feitz and daughter of W'yatt were Bremen visitors Saturday. Mrs. Emma Pittman of Lydick is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. A. Perry, this week. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Stambaugh of Elkhart were Bremen visitors Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Dietrich are spending a vacation of ten days at St. Joseph, Alieh. Mr. and 'Airs. Ray Tyler and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Heinke were Fort Wayne visitors Sunday. Harold Dietrich and family, Mrs. J. R. Dietrich and daughter, Edith, and Air. and Airs. Frank Sausman were at W'ebster Lake Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Milner were at South Bend Tuesday evening to see their daughter, Mrs. Roscoe Weiss, who is at Epworth hospital in that city. Air. and Mrs. Theodore Bauer, and son, Walter, and Miss Venus Founder attended the , Vladimir de Pach-mann recital at Winona Friday evening. Airs. J. W. Carpenter and daughter, Virginia, of Louisville are visiting relatives in Bremen for a week. Mrs. Carpenter was formerly Aliss Catherine Bellman. Mr, and Mrs. Edward Founder ami son, Edgar, and Edward Kiefer and daughter, Miss Hilda, spent Saturday night and Sunday at Lake Manitou near Rochester. Misses Ruth Huff, Almira Renas, Ellen Holderman, Ruth Koonts and Catherine Gorman were at Winona Lake Friday evening for the Vladimir de Paehmann recital. Miss Helen Sehutz returned home Friday from the "Epworth hospital nt South Bend where she had been for two weeks following an operation for the relief of appendicitis. TTeiv Today'! Gone Tomorrow! Too often this is the story of property destroyed by fire. A fire insurance policy issued by Claude E. Weiss protects against financial loss. 24tf Beautiful baby bonnet, madevby the New Home sewing machine, will be given away to the first baby that tromes in the store that it will fit Saturday at 2.30 p. m. Gorber & Zimmer. Dr. A. A. "Leininger and family f Chicago visited Mr. and Airs. Herman Bartels Sunday. They were on their way to their home from Toledo Where They had been vsiiting, and vvvre accompanied to Bremen by Aliss Tteata Bartels, who had spent two weks visiting s-elatives at different points in Ohio. Mr. ami Mrs. Luther Fry were &t Berrien Center, Mich., Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Lloyd Dietrich Were South Bend visitors Sunday evening. Patronize a home industry. Heat by American radiators. V T. Weather-head. IGtt Misa Hilda Kiefer entertained the Lemon club at her home Tuesday evening. "Mr. and Mrs. M Low-enstine tf South. Bend visited Bremen friends Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dietrich and Mrs. R. G. Breunlm were South -Bend visitors yesteiday. The Riverside Ladies Aid will hold an ice cream socoj! at the nne of .Isaac Roof Friday evening. J. M. Shafer, Chiropractor, at Wm. Ivimes residence each Wednesday and Saturday, 2 to S and 7 to 9 p. m. tf You can pet a Used car at almost any price you want to pay. Bremen Motor Sales has Fords as low as $25. ITU Eor the bed steel reinforced concrete burial vaults, call on Lewis Cox. Quality and Workmanship guaranteed, Mr. and Mrs. Grove r Walter and daughter, Doris .Ellen, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hauek at South Bend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bauer and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hutf spent sevctal days this week at The Shades and Turkey Bun. , . . Chris Knoepiic, Mrs. Bae Han-son. Mrs. William Schumacher and Ray Armstivng arid fanulv were at Joseph ami Benton Harbor Sunday. Mrs. Athur Temamstein and three thi wvvk. Mrs. Betkheiser and Mrs. i ermcns-teiu n?v s.-crs. Canni 1 llflf SERYICE & Son, Props. Y. Plymouth St. s v "Z-3 awi ci a ierwTK- 3 u Helps i j j : j J I ! I j ! ' i j I Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Wire and f rhildren of Anderson, lnd are WSne's siller, Eileen Bnnvn. ! Uimr Williarx Bci khriser and family of L.',d,o-;; ho is vi dting in Rmncn, j wyit at Lake Ws rw asce cunouty i BecHUlfuI baby bonnet, i--,.'. b- she Chris Koepe, Miss Dora Kr oop Xtv Home -fwin wachiro, w ill be fle. Mrs. Uae Hnjon. Ray Armstrong rdvcii aw ay to th.e first baby tb.al and family and Mrs, Arnold Knoep come in t he- store U,at it will fit SrU-i tie and dauu'bder, Holon, had a pie-vrday at 2.:'0 p. tn. Gerlvr 5i 7.luuer. ! nie dinner t Lako Wan asee Friday. u,-'&rkiS y. A- PH. and Rcxall Store. NOTICE. I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other person than myself. 30p3 John Schuti ; -Everybody reads Enquirer want ads. for Hot Days I'M tr?;-H ( oxes MwiwiiBiaiiiiiiiiiiwwwwwawwiii n nwiiiiii Factory To You Sale. Mis Ruth Dietrich was home from South Bend Sunday Helen and Marie Poison are vis iting relatives at Niles this week. Mt nd Mrs. John Swaim and daughter, Miss Erma, wvre in Indianapolis Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Hoopfce and Mr. amtlrs. Harold II. Newgent had a pietiie dinm-r at Pittty take Sunday. William Helmliirjier aiI family ypent from Satunlay until Momlay evening- at Lake Manitou near Rochester. -Phimbinp- anil heatinp. well work and everything In the pdpe industry. Yellmer & Fire, phone 1 on 227 K, Bremen. SOtf Mi-s Garnet Btxlmau aeeempomied P. W. HaRg'anl on his trip to Kansas City last week. They expect to be jrore two Weeks. - L. A. Morrison, Chiropractw, at E. k Fisher's residence Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday mornings. Eight years successful practice. 23 tf IMr. and Mrs. W. C. Foil?, and Mr. nd-Mrs. Philip Goss and jrnmddaugh- tors, Ruth and Fern Gtft-s, visited i-elatms at Xappanee Sunday. Noble N. Nusbavnn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Y L, Dietrich and Mrs, Catherine lVrpor are spemling a va- cation of u vvot-W at Syracuse lake. Mrs. S. J. McArdie and children ?f South Bend visitel William Berk-heisor and family last Week. Mrs. McAixlle is Mr. Borkheisei's .lister. Mr. and Mr-, Cars Sorenson of Fond, du Lac. Wis., and Mr. and Mrs William lnrke of MayviUe, Wis., are visiting Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Foils this week. Mr, and Mr--. Cyrus Wencr, Dale Buckles and Mrs Fannie Buckles of South Bond were at Columbia City, Warsaw- and W inona "frfmt Friday tin til Mondav. Willh.m Berkhcicr and familv and their rnost. Mrs. Arthur TVtmcn-j stein and three children of Anderson, were at St Joseph and Benton Har- bor Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Piank Amiss and granddaughter. Anise Schweisbergor, were at Fairland from Saturday un-! til Mondav. where they attended the funeral of a. relative. Foople are roming frem many mile nway to attend HuTTs July Clearareo Sale. And why shouldn't they? They know they can buy quality furniture here at a lower fisrwre than they have seen in years. Mrs. R. H. Draper reurned home Friday from LouisviTk? where she visited relatives for a week. She was accompanied home by her sister, Miss Pauline Coome? of Louisville, who w ill spond a vacation in Bremen. M. F. Buescher returned home Saturday evening from St. Paul, Minn., where he had been for the past two w-ectes attending the international Convention of the Walther League. Sir. Tkiescher was sent as a delegate frem the local Walther League. NOTICF, TO PROPERTY OWNERS. All property owners are hereby ivotifnHl that they must cut down weeds and clean rubbish from alleys and lots. Also all shade trees near sidewalks must be trimmed to a height of ten feet. If this order is not complied with, the work will be done by the town officials and the costs assessed against the property. Clint Iveysor, Marshal trrr.-"t . .tf4tvK . si 3 w otai3t' -siaiirxionataw -we ill' im n i i.m i m U,L u mMiiMi.l,..jiuiuimi.nn aa ' J -Factory to You Sale starts Aug. 1, ends Aug. 31. Roscoe Dunnuek was here from South Bend Saturday. Mis? Ethel Annis of South Bend was a Bremen visitor Saturday. C. E. Young of M it-ford visited Mr, and Mrs. Perry Young Sunday. Joseph Bendit Jr. of Wlyatt was in Bremen for the tamd concert Thursday evening. Jimmie Depler of Niles is visiting his grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Young, this ek. William Hess and family -of Elkhart were guests of Daniel S." Koenig and family Sunday. Mr. and Airs. Donald Lee spent the week end with relatives and friends at Burr Onk, Mich. Mr. al Airs. Herbert E. Enoblock were at Winona Lake Friday evening for the -lePachmann recital. Mr. nd Atrs. Ernest Berger and children Louis and Jane of Elkhart were JSremen visitors over the week end, Dou't fail to take advantag-e of the. special discount on men's and young men's summer clothing at Lowrn-stine. The fifteentSv annual reunion of the Annis family will he held at Polmvatomi park, South Bend, next Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. R. II. Draper and their guest, Altss Pauline Coo mo s of Lruisville tvero South Bend visitors Alonday. Perry Young returned home Sunday Jrom the Lutheran hospital at Fort Wayne wfcere he had been for mcdi-tal treatment. "If it's worth sriylWng, hae it insured" writh Claude E, Weiss, agent for the iurprest Eire Insurance Company in America. 5tf Mr. and Mrs, Jart-h Vo timer, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kline and Miss Clara tauppe. -pcnt Sunday with relatives in Fort Wayne.. Mr. nd Airs. Hotuirt Scidemmer of South Bend were here Thursday ovx?t)injr for On? band conceit, and n sdiort viiit W'ith nelalims and friends. Ervin C. Eo!t. and familj accompanied Mrs, 3;oltis sitter, Misv Emma Cook, 'who had been visitir.R- them for the past tw o weeks, to In r home at Mulberry Sunday. Among tire marriage Jicefs.es issued by the clerk of the court at Plymouth during the past week was one to Edwin G. Miller and Sophia Caroline Miller, both of Bremen. Huff's July Clearance Snle is row on ssid is attracting many buyers into the store. A visit will show you people are so anxious to buy their furniture at Huff-s, the Home of Unusual Furniture. W. TI. Bornemann received word this week from Mrs. Bornemann and his daughter, Elsbeth, who are in Colorado, that they are enjoying their stay in the west and that the daughter health is improving. Albert IStockinger and family and M. F. Buescher and family went to Fort Wayne Sunday to attend the funeral of a relative of Mrs. Stock-in ger's. Frem there they motored to the Shades Rnd Turkey Run returning home Wednesday. Air. and Mrs. E. J. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Holderman, Mr. and Mrs. It. It. Newgent, Miss Velnia Dun-nuck. Earl Walter, Airs. Bertha Feht-eu, Mr. and Airs. Walter Hoople and Mr. and Mrs. Elys Heckaman visited Mr. and Mrs. Noble N. Nus-baum and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dietrich at their collage vd Syraer.se lake Monday evening. Mrs. B. D. Place returned home-the last of the week from a visit with Iv.-r son Frank Place and family at Schererviile, Iml. After spending several days with the Frank Thomas family and other Bremen friends she went to South Bend Sunday and from there to Columbia City, where she will spend a week with O. M. Craig and family, formerly of Bremen. THE W RONG BANK. Through an error last week the Enquirer spoke of the Bremen State Bank as the "First National Bank." Alany readers noticed and called attention to the mistake which is proof, if nothing else, that people do read the ads. What the ad should have said is that "The Bremen State Bank is here to do business with sincere men." Ml SIC LOVERS, ATTENTION! Winona Assembly presents Louise Homer, America's Greatest Contralto. Aug. tk S.15 p. m. Galli-Curci, the World's Greatest Soprano, Aug. Bl, 8. to p. m. Prices ?L00 to $:k00. Address orders to Box Orhce, Winona l.ako, Ind. :un2 j As the thermometer commences to climb nnd the days become warmer your family will enjoy better health and be able to withstand the heat much better, as well as enjoy their meals more, if you scrva them cold foods. We have an ample assortment of picnic suggestions, too. WM I lV2"- - " dvH I -1 1 c -i Hi i The Haenes Grocery Insured No nccti to bother j-ourself about your canning supplies during this hot, busy season. Just step to the phone and call 4 1 the Store of Service and you can get the best of Mason and Ideal jars, tops, rubbers, canning compounds anything you need in this line. THE S. O. S. GROCERY Scire v Viwki v,aii With full appreciation of the patronage bestowed upon this bank we have provided burglary insurance covering each one of our Safe Deposit Boxes. The policy is written in blanket form by one of the very strongest surety companies writing that form of insurance. This bank cheerfully bears the expense oi this added protection. if Under our arrangement with the insurance companyany lessee desiring additional insurance on his Box can procure a policy issued in his name at the same rate the bank pays. This is an additional proof of our determination to fully protect your valuables. STORE OF Ed. 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