The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on August 28, 1924 · Page 2
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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 2

Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, August 28, 1924
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-r - 'JV' TWO THE BREMEN ENQUIRER. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2S, 1924. Notice of Final Settlement. No. 2937 Estate of Henrv Hans "ries of -concerts at that place dur- j ur the month of September. The! ncert season here will close Sept- j ber 3 unless the schedule is a sain ! ! Marshall Circuit Court at Plymouth, Indiana, 19th day of August, 1924. ?4t3 Glen L. Underwood, Clerk Rudolph V. Shakes, Attorney. G. M. BUCK, Ph. G.. M. D. OlTice in Nusbaum Block North Center St. s "hones: OfFce 38; R s. 25. Brewer- ; imliiiDUiiiiuuii 11LW0 iiuiiiu Bv direction of Charles E. Koontz, j Administrator of the estate of Henry ct back due to inclement weather. CAL. L. ST UC KM AN AUCTIONEER PHONE 533. NAPPANEE, IN JONAS A. MILLER AUCTIONEER NAPPANEE, INDIANA Phone R 151 Call At My Expense F ROM: CAMPHOR IS BIG SURPRISE Hans, late of Marshall County, State of Indiana, deceased. Notice is hereby given to the heirs, Everybody is surprised at the quic Nappanee Advance-News, Bourbon News-Mirror, Culver Citizen, Milford Mail, Argos Reflector. DR. It. C. DENISON PHYSICIAN AND" SURGEON Office in Shoncwjler Bldg. Phones: Office, 81; Residence 21 Bremen, Indiana. R. II. DRAPER. M. D. Physician and Surgeon OtBce in Listenberger Building West Plymouth St. Phones: Office, 35; Res.. 80.. Bremer. results from simple camphor, witch-1 legatees, and devisees of said de- cedent and all other persons inter- hazel, hydrastis, etc., as mixed in Lavoptik eye wash. One small bottle j ested in said estate that said Charles NAPPANEE NEWS helps any case weak, strained or sore j eyes. Aluminum eye cup free. Fish- j er Bro., Druggists. adv ! jTy jTy stt ft r it r r r 1 . was not a "clap" at all, rather it was I a great explosion such as might come s from the discharge of an artillery shell in mid-air. Indeed, there were several eye-witnesses to the "bursting" of a great ball or globular form of fire that came down over the high tension towers just west of the busi- The Rev. E. L. Miller, pastor of the First Brethren church, and who two months ago was given a call for hs sixth year of service in the local church, tendered his resignation to the church on last Sunday evening. GE Current Events E. Koontz, Administrator has filed m this Court, his account and vouchers for the final settlement of said estate and they are hereby required to be and appear in said Court on the 15th day of September 1924, when the same will be heard and make proof of their heirship or claim to any part of said estate, and show cause,, if any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be approved. Witness, the Clerk and seal of the The wire current was Uhis resignation taKes eneii otn'"" uess CGnters SOUTH BEND, INDIANA COME AND SEE US Store Hours: 8:30 to 5:30. Saturday Evenings close 6 p. m. suspended but momentarily, seeming j to be drawn into the mighty discharge, t The dearth of .William H. Miller Saturday morning marked the passing of a long life lived entirely in this Beginning Wednesday, Sept 3 f ' 1:1 TTM. -i LI fa fa-st and then Mr. Miller and ianuly will leave our midst to take up pastoral work in an eastern church. The overwhelming majority of the church would have Rex. Miller stay, but because of some things well known to the pastor and his supporters Mr. Mirer fee's that for the best of all concerned he and his family better take up work elsewhere. The board of trustees passed on the prima facia assessment rolls for the five streets being improved at their regular meeting Monday evening and they were ordered published. They appear elsewhere in today's issue. Andrew Messner, George McLaughlin, Robert Lingo felter and Joseph community. In the vigor of life he ' took prominent rank as a citizen, hold- j ing several positions of trust among ; his fellows. j H. W. Boggs of Los Angeles, Calif., J has been visiting the past week in and j shout the old home town. Horace is ; well pleased with his home in Sunny j DR. S. B. SHONKWILER PAINLESS EXTRACTION with Block Anesthesia or Nitrous Oxid-Oxygen. Dental X-Ray and Oral Surgery Phone 86 Shonkwiler Bldg. W. Plymouth. Rt. " V Ml .'in :iV: r;' Vu; U :L t V.: Y.i? iY' if ' i 1 ')' l fir The September Sale of Rugs September presents a great opportunity to buy your Fall Rugs. House renovating time is . almost here, and in this sale you may get your rugs at gratifying savings. Specially purchased, slightly imperfect Axminster Rugs will sell at one-fourth to one-third less than "Where is the news from along the river In this paper?" "In the column of Current Events." California. mm MILFORD NOTES Attend the Great -13JJ Alvin Rassi, son of Mr. and Mrs. .art Loun continued patterns are greatly reduced. Regular j T T Yk YOVA ?Z Drake appeared before the board ass- j John Rag was pinned beneath a ing for a sewer on E. Lincoln street. ; tractor last Friday and miraculously The board promised to investigate the , escaped serious injury. Mr. Rassi matter at once. They will 'also in-; had jacket the front end of the vestigate the petition of W. Randolph , tractor up and was working under citizens for a sewer on their street. I e machine when the jack gave way The large barn on the Wilson Sla- ieaving it sink to the ground. Luck- stocks of fine floor coverings are comlpete. j Customers purchasing $50 worth of Rags, Car- Now while you are pets, Linoleums or Window Shades will be given 8 , . tt 11 a mahogany finish folding Card Table without extra I makmS your r- all dec- baugh larm, 12 miles sournwest oi . n the eround where the- tractor charge. I orating plans, is the I I was standing was very loose, which gave him some assistance in relieving himself from the heavy weight. Nappanee was completely destroyed by fire Saturday, between 12 and 1 oclock, entailing a loss to the Sla-bauch estate of approximately $10,- After calling for help for sometime 000. Insurance of $J,oUU was car- hi mother learned of his predica ried in the Kosciusko County Farm ment and after securing a long fence ers Mutual Company. raji soon raised the machine enough Nappanee won from the Warsaw so as to reease fcm One arm which v ,! Specials at rsappanee, sunaay, wie.i the tractor had rested heavily on, time to buy fine new draperies. September ' i s the month when the new drapery fabrics arrive and our stocks are most complete. And September buying will be profitable, for this sale brings many draperies at special reduced prices. Goshen FaiF Indiana SEPTEMBER 8 TO 13, 1924 USE FREE TICKET Attached to every gas filled balloon wTill be a FREE ticket good for any day at the Elkhart County Fair, in Goshen, beginning September 8 to 13. Watch for the balloons on September 2 finder of the ticket will be admitted at Fair any one day. Watch for the Gas Balloons Find the Balloon with Ticket and Go to Fair Interstate Public Service Co. will have a . representative in your town on September 2 to release a number of gas filled balloons. On each balloon there will be attached a FREE ticket, good for any one day at the Elkhart' County-Fair, held at Goshen on September 8 to 13. On these days the Interstate Public Service Oo., will display in their booth in the mobile tent all the latest electrical appliances used in the modern home. , was numb the following day. No bones were broken or other serious injury sustained. Cleon Scott was bitten by his own dog one day last week. Sir. Scott had picked up one of his little pigs which made considerable "fuss" about it, and the dog no doubt think Cook held the Specials to lour nus. The Tigers scored three runs in the fifth inning and clinched the game. They added another in the sixth for good measure. Cook pitched an excellent game and the Tigers were never in danger after the fifth. Two hundred and fifty persons, employes cf the Coppes Bros. & Zook and their families, held their annual picnic at Oakwood, Lake Wa-wasee, Saturday. All enjoyed the picnic dinner at noon, and a boat ride around the lake in the afternoon. Chauncey W. Miller, well known Nappanee barbti and Mrs. Ida M. Clindaniel of Elkhart were married at Goshen, Monday. ing that it was his duty to safeguard the little pig, jumped at his master, biting him on the hand. Mr. Scott feeling that the dog wa becoming too cross to be safe around A Growing Rag and Drapery Department for a Growing City his children, had the terrior killed. NEXT THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, WILL BE Extremely cool nights and lack of warm sunshine during the day time is endangering the corn crop, already very backward because of the delayed planting, and is holding back the tomato crop in Kosciusko county. Warm weather is badly needed just now. Some of the corn has a good chance to mature if frosts hold off but there is much corn which cannot hope to develop. The Milford band has been asked by the Bourbon business men, to play a BUY OUR TAX FREE 1 0 Prior Lien Shares ARGOS ITEMS Regardless of the loss the game Sunday between the Bremen Greens and the local Greys was probably the classiest game played on the Argos lot this season. The first six innings Oswalt was all but air tight, allowing the Greys but two hits in that time and they came one each in the fourth and fifth innings, which made scoring All impossible. During the same six innings the Greens piled up a total of six hits and two runs, which, was enough to win. From the seventh on the tables turned but too late. Jeffer-ies held the Bremen gang to one hit while the Greys collected four bingles and a hit batsman off of Johnny but still were unable to score a run. That was a very peculiar clap of thunder that startled us about 11 oclock Tuesday morning. In fact, it -AT- The Touring Car s295 X (5 IT Store Damottntahla RUm ad Scaner $85 xre s rureirare Crimp .... SS2S Fonior Mn. . 68S All prion f..b. VtraU i! 13 I 41 r I Your work BUY A BED ROOM SUITE costin.'",'-, say .?ir0, and for $1 extra you can choose other furniture to the value of ?00. BUY A BED at, say $15, and for $1 extra choose another article to the value of $3. Buy a Dresser at $50, and for $1 extra choose a mattress to the amount of $10. BUY A LAMP at $30, and for $1 extra choose a fine picture to the amount of $6. Buy a BufTet at $60, and for $1 extra choose chairs to the value of $12. Next Thursday only we will sell for $1 anything in the store amounting to a percentage of any Furniture Purchase you make at our Regular Low Prices. For example: Buy a Lamp at $30 and for $1 extra you may have any other piece of Furniture in the store amounting to $G. Buy a table at $50, and for $1 extra you can choose another article amounting to S10. This offer applies to every piece of Furniture in the store whether the amount spent is $5 or $500. We make this extraordinary reduction in order to make room for our large fall stocks now in transit. A Very Honest Opportunity for Younsr Couples to Furnish their Homes, and for Folks Thinking of Refurnishing. The news of this great event will sweep this vicinity like wildfire and our large stocks of good, dependable Furniture are certain to melt away rapidly from the opening hour at 8 a. m., to the closing hour at 10 p. m. HUFF'S "THE HOME OF UNUSUAL FURNITURE" This sensational Dollar Offer will be remembered by the crowds of people who will share in this most unusual event. BUY A LIVING ROOM SUITE say for $200, and for $1 extra you can choose other furniture to the amount of $40.00 BUYr A DINING ROCm SUITE say $250, and for $1 extra choose a fine rug to the amount of $50. BUY A Library Table or Book Case at $25 and for $1 extra choose a chair or rocker to the amount of $5. BUYT A Bed Davenport at $5S, ami for $1 extra choose a Porcelaine Kitchen Table to the amount of $11.60. v Orivinga Ford is so simple, and requires so little effort that you are free to de-vote all your attention to the problems " of traffic There is a sense of conli- lYcu can't do good Work when your head throbs, your back ache or you're tortured by rheumatic sciatic or monthly pains. Vt. Miles' Anti-Pain P2k. relieve pain quickly. Safely and without unpleasant after efFect. Your idrugsist will sell them to you el prrvirtr prices. Regular packago - 25 Botes 25 cents. Economy packao 1213 Botes $1.00. dence in driving a Ford, impossible with any more complicated motor car. Detroit. Michigan SEE THE NEAREST AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER B1'3

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