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August 21, 1924

The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 2

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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER. THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1924. TWO fair and unjust to labor' and illustrates do all in his power to abolish child labor and to place women upon an he economy program which Is at the ?xpense of labor," said Mr. Bryan. 'Economy at the expense of humanity Cape Farewell, east Greenland, and in doing so both of their planes were Injured In perhaps the most serious mishap so far of their trip. Lieutenant Smith's plane broke its spreader bar, while the propeller of Lieutenant Nelson's plane was shattered. 70.000 SEE GOV. BRYAN 1TIFIED Leasing of Mines Nets U. S. $13,627,588 for One Year Washington. Government recel; ta from bonuses, royalties, d '.ent;ii for the leasing of mlrerrl ..ihta on the public domain aggregated $!3,-G27.5SS for the fiscal jear which ended June 30, the Interior department announced. Treasury Moves to Make "Iron" Dollar Popular Coin Washington. ibe treasury embarked on a campaign to restore the silver dollar, so widely uesd twenty years ago, to general circulation. The Initial step was takeD when one of the coins was placed in the pay envelope of each of 5,000 treasury employees. loan to Germany upon which operations of the Dawes plan will hinge. Preparations for underwriting ' this iuge financial transaction will be itarted at once, international bank-srs Indicated, with prospects that ratification of the London protocol by France and Germany will be followed iy an early sale of the loan. The offering, however, Is not expected before October. is further illustrated in the veto of the pension bill and the soldiers' bonus. Around-World Flyers Damage Their Planes Reykjavik, Iceland. Lieut. Lowell equal footing with men. Prohibition law enforcement also was pledged. "The farmer needs a Democratic administration and a congress that wtll not permit the Mellon tax plan to re-Sieve the multimillionaire from paying their just share of the cost of government." he announced. He gave special attention to the platform pledge in regard to the development of Muscle Shoals and announced himself In complete accord with that plank. Twenty thousand persons were pres-?nt at the notification ceremonies. Lincoln was decorated gaily for the occasion. The notification took place at the University of Nebraska Memorial NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS OF TAX LEVIES. Bankers Speed Up Loan to Berlin, Says Dispatch New York. With the successful conclusion of the Inter-allied conference, American bankers began speeding up the machinery for flotation of their share of the $200,000,000 international Smith and Lieut. Eric Nelson, the two American around-the-world flyers, at Notice to taxpayers of tax levies of School Town of Bremen, Indiana in tempted to take off on the Ions North the matter of determining the tax rates for certain purposes of the School Atlantic hop to Fredericksdal, near town of Bremen, Marshall County. Indiana, before the board of School Trustees. Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of the School Town of Bremen. NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS OF TAX LEVIES. Marshall County, Indiana, that the proper legal officers of said municipality, at tneir regular meeting place on the 5th day of September, 1924 at 7.30 I. III., will consider the following budget. Tn ihe matter of ie1 ermininf the tax rate for certain puruoses by the Why does a , Cj blow cause Ga bump9 Friend of Farmer and Labor, Champion of Human Rights, He Says. Lincoln, Nob. Fledging efforts to seek world peace through disarmament by International agreement. Gov. Charles W. Bryan, Democratic nominee for the vice presidency, delivered his speech In formal acceptance of the honor. Referring to labor questions, Mr. Bryan sanctioned the stand of John W. Davis In regard to injunctions and said : "Our party always has been the laboring man's friend." Would Help Co-operatives. Aid in co-operative marketing, an export marketing corporation, development of Inland waterways and reclamation of western land, were Dledared the farmers. He promised to Civil town of Bremen, Marshall County, Indiana. BUDGET CLASSIFICATION FOR SCHOOL TOWNS. Special School Fund Before The Board of Trustees of Said Town Notice is hereby given the Tax payers of the Town of Bremen, Indiana in Salary of School Trustees S 75.00 said county, that the proper legal officers of said municipality at their Salary of Superintendent 2750.00 Office Furniture and Fixtures 75.00 Office Supplies and Office Help 500.00 Janitors Pay Roll 1400.00 meeting at the regular meeting place of said board on the 2nd day of Sept. 1924, at 7 .HO P. M. will consider the following budget: BUDGET CLASSIFICATION FOR CIVIL TOWN. General Fund. General Administration stadium. Woman Presides. The national commltteewoman from Missouri, Mrs. Emily Newton Blair, presided at the ceremony and introduced the speakers. The notification address was delivered by Senator Pat Harrison of Mississippi, who delivered the keynote address at the convention. "The refusal of the present Republican administration to permit the railway mall employees to receive a living wage at American standardswas un- Expense of Enumeration 30.00 Examination of Public Records - 40.00 Pay of Teachers (when tuition fund is exhausted) , 500.00 Salaries of Town Trustees $ 400.00 Salary of Clerk Building Kepairs and Care of Grounds 500.00 Salary of Treasurer 583.33 Town Attorney and Legal Department 200.00 Office Expense and Supplies 125.00 School Furniture and Fixtures 250.00 General School Supplies 500.00 Equipment Manual Training 2-50.00 Equipment Domestic Science 200.00 Equipment Agriculture 100.00 Printing 50.00 Rent of Grounds 100.00 Renair of Buildinsrs 200.00 NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS OF TAX LEVIES. Equipment Laboratory 150.00 Hemnsp nature sends to the in hired Protection of Persons and Property IN THE MATTER OF DETERMINING THE TAX RATES FOR CERTAIN Equipment Playground 100.00 ' spot an extra supply of white blood Salary of Marshal and Deputies 2070.00 PURPOSES BY" GERMAN TOWNSHIP, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, Heat, Light and Water 1350.00 Insurance of School Property . . 134.00 Before the Township Advisory Board Telegraph and Telephone 60.00 Board and Care of Prisoners 25.00 Compensation of Fire Department 440.00 New Fire Equipment 200.00 Surjnlies and Renair of Fire Department 250.00 Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of said township above named, that the proper legal officers of said municipality at their regular meeting place, 75.00 75.00 50.00 100.00 jfrreight, Drayage and Express Miscellaneous Commencement Miscellaneous Music Miscellaneous Emergencies . . . on the 18th day ot August, wiu consiaer tne iouowmg uuagei BUDGET CLASSIFICATION FOR TOWNSHIPS. TOWNSHIP FUND. Health Officers' Salary and Supplies 156.00 Sewers 250.00 Contatrious Diseases 150.00 Salary of Trustee $ 900.00 Total School Fund , . $9261.00 Estimate Of Special School Funds To Be Raised. Streets and Highways Clerk" Hire 100.00 Office Rent 120.00 Street Lisrhtins: 1800.00 Estimated Expenditures as Above $9264.00 Street Intersection Assessments 1000.6' cells and other materials for repairs. An immediate application of IODINE Pwiete&l with G,ass AsWi&xxji, Applicator helps Nature more quickly to take the soreness out "of bruises, cuts and sprains. Puretest Iodine is one of the strongest germ-killers known to science. It prevents infection and hastens healing. Fine for insect bites and inflammation. Whenever you suffer a cut or scratch wherever you have a sore spot paint it with Puretest Iodine. One of 200 Puretest preparations for health and hygiene. Every item the best that skill and care can produce. KOONTZ BROTHERS 72ta ecaSZ, Zttesg SSarv Amount Necessary to be Raised by Taxation 6706.84 Miscellaneous Expense 3500.00 150.00 25.00 Tuition Fund. Total General Fund $11494.00 Pay of Teachers $23307.80 Trustee's Expense a. Traveling b. Telephones and Telegrams Supplies for Justice of the Feaee Records. Legal Publications and Office Supplies Public Ditches (assessments against Township) Fav of Advisory Board School Transfers ESTIMATE OF GENERAL FUND TO BE RAISED. 25.00 350.00 2000.00 15.00 Amount Received from Transfers and State Vocational Dept 8776.30 Estimated Funds To Be Raised $14531.50 Estimated Expenditures as above $11494.00 Wlorkinsr balance at end of vear to meet necessary expenditures until receipt of revenue from taxation . . 1500.00 Library Fund. 2000.00 300.00 Examination of Records Estimated Expenditures on School Library $4 47.12 Amount Necessary to be Raised by Taxation 447.12 Miscellaneous 1000.00 Total $12994.00 Less estimated revenue and balance PROPOSED LEVIES. Net Taxable Property $2235615.00 Revenue not derived from taxation $ 316.00 Balance at end of this year 1500.00 Number of Taxable Polls 412 Total Deduction 1816.00 Total Township Fund $6985.00 ESTIMATE OF TOWNSHIP FUNDS TO BE RAISED. Estimated Expenditures as Above 6985.00 Working balance at end of year to meet necessary expenditures until receipts of revenue from taxation. 2S39.00 Fund Levy on Polls $1.00 Levy on Property , .30 .65 .02 Special. Tuition Am't. to be Raised $ 6706.81 14531.50 447.12 Amount necessary to be raised ly Taxation '. $11178.00 STREET OR ROAD FUND. Library Labor on Highways $1500.00 G. M. BUCK, Ph. G., M. D. Office In Nusbaum Block North Center St. Phones: Office 38; Res. 25. Bremen Total , $9824.00 Less estimated Revenue and Balance Balance at end of this year 5000.00 Material and Supplies 800.00 1.00 .91 $21685.46 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF TAXES COLLECTED Total $2300.00 AND TO BE RAISED. Total Deductions 5000.000 Estimate of Street or B)3ad Fund to be Raised. Collected To Be Collected Estimated expenditures as above 2300.00 Name of Fund raised by taxation $4S24.00 Amount necessary to be Working balance at end of year to meet necessary' expenditures Tuition Collected 1921 Lew $14372.90 11657.99 410.65 Collected 1922 Levy $13179.73 9416.00 405.53 until receipts of revenue from taxation 1200.00 1923 Levy $14124.50 867.00 434.60 1924 Lew $14531.50 6706.84 447.12 $216S5.46 Special Building Library DR. R. C. DENISON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office in Shonkwiler Bldg. Phones: Office, 81; Residence 21 Bremen, Indiana. Total Street or Road Fund , $3500.00 ROAD FUND. labor $7500.00 Road Tools and Machines 400.00 Bridges and Culverts 500.00 Gravel. Stone, and Road Material 3500.00 Miscellaneous 100.00 Less estimated revenue and balance Revenue not derived from taxation $600.00 Balance at end of this- year 665.00 $26441.54 $23001.26 $21426.10 Total Deduction 12S5.00 Amount necessary to be raised bv taxation $2235.00 Total Road Fund $12000.000 ESTIMATE OF ROAD FUND TO BE RAISED Estimate of Expenditures, as above $12000.00 Working balance at end of the year to meet necessary expenditures until rceipts of revenue from taxation 2000.00 BOND FUND Tax payers appearing shall have the right to be heard thereon. After tax levies have been determined, ten or more tax payers feeling themselves aggrieved by such levies may appeal to the State Board of Tax Commissioners for further and final action thereon, by filing a petition therefor with the County Auditor not later than the fourth Monday of September, and the State Board will fix a date of hearing in this County. Dated Aug. 18, 1924. S. G. Lehr, President Cleo Juday, Secretary. Payment of principle bonded debt $3500.00 R. H. DRAPER. M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office in Listenberger Building West Plymouth St. Phones: Office, 35; Rea 80., Bremen. Payment of interest, bonded debt o91.1 Total Bond Fund , $4091.17 Total $14000.00 Less estimated revenue and balance Balance at end of this year 2390.25 ESTIMATE OF BOND FUND TO BE RAISED. Estimated expenditure as above $4091.17 Total 4091,17 2390.25 Total Deductions V - vlirr" " ' " W Amount necessary to be raised by taxation 4091.17 PARK FUND. Amount necessary to be raised by taxation $11609.75 SPECIAL SCHOOL FUND. Miscellaneous expense 447.12 Amount necessary to be raised by taxation 447.12 Repair of Buildings $1300.00 WATER FUND School Furniture and Supplies 1000.00 Miscellaneous expense 6443.42 Depreciation Fund 1000.00 Fuel for School Houses 1500.00 School Transfers 2000.00 Pay of Teachers 1000.00 Transportation 3500.00 Total Water Fund 7443.42 Estimate of expenditures as above 7443.42 GEORGE WYMAN & CO. Teacher's Institutes , 600.00 Wjbrking balance at end of year to meet necessary expenditures Janitors Service - 400.00 Miscellaneous 1000.00 until receipt of revenue from taxation 1200.00 SOUTH BEND, INDIANA COME AND SEE US AH Total 8643.42 Total Special School Fund $12300.00 ESTIMATE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL FUND TO BE RAISED Less estimated revenue and balance Revenue not derived from taxation 4800.00 Balance at end of this year 500.00 Estimate of expenditures, as above $12300.00 One More Week to Buy Working balance at end of year to meet necessary expenditures Total deductions 5300.00 until receipts of revenue from taxation 6000.00 Fb 3343.42 r Total : $18300.00 Amount to be raised by taxation ELECTRIC FUND. Less estimated revenue and balance Miscellaneous Expense 52136.29 Balance at end of this year 7851.23 I AMIF Depreciation 1000.00 Total Deductions 7851.23 Total Electric Fund 53136.29 Estimate of expenditures as above 53136.29 Amount Necessary to be Raised by Taxation $10448.77 Working balance at end of vear to meet necessary expenditures TUITION FUND until receipt of revenue from taxation 400.00 Pav of Teachers $11500.00 Transfers 7000.00 Total 53536.29 Total Tuition Fund $18500.00 Less estimated revenue and balance Revenue not dervied from taxation 50430.00 Balance at end of this year 200.00 ESTIMATE OF TUITION FUND TO BE RAISED Estimate of expenditures, as above $18500.00 Total deductions 50630.00 Wovkintr balance at end of year to meet necessary expenditures until receipts of revenue from taxation 5000.00 Amount necessary to be raised by taxation $2906.29 At August Sale Prices Wyman's 64th Annual August selling of sample blankets is still saving customers money. - Because these blankets are manufacturers' salesmen's samples, we are enabled to buy and re-sell thjm one-fourth to one-third less than regular Fall prices. There still remains one week to take advantage of these special prices to induce early buying. By paying a deposit ,we will store them for you until Winter. PROPOSED LEVIES Total $23500.00 Net Taxable Property 2,235,615.00 Less estimated revrie and balance Number of taxable polls, 412 Amount to be Name of Fund Revenue not derived from taxation 5540.00 Balance at end of this year 8672.00 Raised Lew on Polls .50 Total Deductions $14212.00 11178.00 2235.00 4091.17 Levy on Property .50 .10 .183 .02 .13 .15 General Fund Street or Road Fund Bond Fund Park Fund Electric Fund Water Fund $ 92ST.S0 Amount necessary to be raised by taxation 447.12 2906.29 3343.42 .50 1.00 1.083 24201.00 Sample Wool Blankets in good assortment are here at, the following prices: $4.85, $7.85,' $9.85, $13.85, $17.85. PROPOSED LEVIES Net taxable property $5804875.00 Number of taxable polls, 306. Najne of Fund Ievy cn Levy on Amount to be rolls Property Raised Township 06 $ 4824.29 Road 20 11609.75 Special School 75 18... 10448.77 Tuition 25 16 9287.80 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF TAXES COLLECTED AND TO BE COLLECTED. SHOWS AMOUNTS COLLECTED FOR LAST THREE YEARS Collected Collected Collected To be Collected Sample Wool-mixed Blankets in a good assortment are here at the following prices: $5.45, $6.45, $2.68 and $3.45. f Sample Cotton Blankets in a good assortment are here at the following prices: Single size 79c double size $2.35, $2.68 and $3.85. 1922 Levy 12800.00 1700.00 3080.00 620.00 1500.00 3080.00 1923 Levy 11075.00 2300.00 2780.00 600.00 2500.00 3000.00 This Lew 11178.00 2235.00 4091.17 447.12 2906.29 3343.42 1924 Levy 10865.00 2173.00 2977.01 543.25 3194.31 Sample kets in a here at Wool-finished Blan-good assortment are the following prices: Name of Fund General Fund Road Fund Bond Fund Park Fund Electric Fund Water Fund Building Funds $3.28, $3.65, $4 35. Crib Blank-ets at 78c 98c, $1.38, $1.95. d 22780.00 22255.00 19752.57 24201.00 Taxpayers appearing shall have a right to be heard thereon. After the tax levies have been determined, ten or more taxpayers, feeling them 7j Total 1.00 .60 36170.61 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE TAXES COLLECTED AND TO BE COLLECTED. SHOWS AMOUNTS COLLECTED LAST THREE YEARS. Collected 1921 Levy J $58824.00 Collected 1922 Levy 41432.00 Collected 1923 Lew 37166.70 To Be Collected 1924 Levy 36170.61 Taxpayers appearing shall have a right to be heard thereon. After the tax levies have been determined, ten or more taypayers, feeling themselves aggrieved by such levies, may appeal to the State Board of Tax Commissioners for further and final action theron, by filing a petition therefor with the County Auditor not later than the fourth Monday of September, and the State Board will fix a date of hearing in this County. Dated Aumast 18, 1924. W. A. ENGEL, TRUSTEE. Francis M. Yockey, Wesley Knepp, William Carbiener, Township Advisory Board. selves aggrieved by such levies, may appeal to the state Board of Tax Commissioners for further and final action thereon, by filing petition there fore "with the County Auditor not later than the fourth Monday of September and the State Board will fix a date of hearing in this county. Board of Trustees, John Sonff, President, Fred Dettbrenner, William Nehr, Foster V. Annis.. Clerk-Treas.

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