The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on August 28, 1924 · Page 6
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August 28, 1924

The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 6

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SIK TIIE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1924. ! ! 1 20 YEARS AGO paint against the defendants; and, it appearing by the affidavit of a competent person that the defendant: PEARL L. TROYER, Exeeutrix of the Estate of PERCY J. TROYER, deceased is a non-resident of the State of Indiana; she is therefore hereby notified of the filing and pendency of said complaint against her, and unless she appear and ans- Items of Interest Reproduced from the'; Fihs of the Enquirer After the j Lapse of a Generation. J with evident interest, at stretches of country lying in front of them, when they find themselves at the top of a hill or of a mountain where they have not previously been. Their eyesight is marvelously sharp, and they detect birds of prey the only thing in the world which they fear, apart from leopards and servals at incredible altitudes in the sky Hanc Coudenhove in the Atlantic Monthly. rx - nil September term of said Court, to be begun and held at the Court House in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indi-i ana, on the third Monday of Sept- j ember A. D., 1924, said complaint j and the matters and things therein ' alleged will be heard and determined j in her absence. I WITNESS, the Clerk and Seal of j said Court, at Plymouth, Indiana, this ; 20th day of August, 1924. j Glen L. Underwood, j 35t3 Clerk Marshall Circuit Court ! Harley A. Logan, Plaintiff's Attorney..! ViA Hfi wer ing if. Xx x ' 'fc I the call-Saturday 1024, be-y of the thereto on or before of said- cause on ISth day of October, the SOth judicial d; ins; Tho nu:?ic pupils of Miss Eva: Fisbr-r will give a recital at her home ; tomorrow. j New covert sidewalks are being j put clown by Jacob Hans and the Rin- j gle estate on Center street. j Elmer Berg, Clayton Hans, Howard j Shock and John Abbiehl of Misha- waka visited this place Sunday. j Benjamin Shaffer killed seven rat-1 tlesnakes yesterday about two miles j south of town. j P. E. Dietrich is in shape to sym- j pathize with old Job, being afflicted j Thursday, Sept. 4, Will Be a Big Day Here Notice to Non-lit sident No. 1G221 State of Indiana, Marshall County, ss: In the Marshall Circuit Court, September Term. 19:24. Monroe Steiner vs. John V. Burger, et al Complaint On note and to Foreclose Mortgage The plaintiff in the above entitled cause, by Harley A. Logan, his attorney, has filed in my office a com- with a particularly large and active boil. Jacob VoIJmer and L. G. Ditty went to the Laporte fair yesterday. They made the trip in Mr. Vollmer's automobile. Oscar Boeder of Bremen and Miss ! 6 jf ,! :! ' , jr do leaves Anna Thieme of South Bend were married last evening at the home of the bride's parents. Rev. and Mrs. Tr. Theieme. They left immediately after the ceremony for a two week's visit to the world's fair, after which thev will be at home in Bremen. WW fall in Autumn?, V Wm Wmm$m $1 For Every $10. You Spend We will give an extra Dollar Discount on every $10 purchase on Dollar Day. Don't overlook this important item. We carry a large line of fine overstuffed Suites, and this Extra $1 on every S10, in addition to our alreadv low prices, means a great Saving to you on furniture. Come in and look at these Suites. Look at these Edison Prices for $1 Buy a $100 Edison Machine on Dollar Day and $1 will buy 10 records. Buy a $135 Edison machine on Dollar Day and $1 will buy 15 records. Buy a $185 Edison machine on Dollar Day and $1 will buy 20 records. A $3.25 Picture for $1 Hand painted pictures worth $3.25 an extra Dollar buys an Extra Picture. Zebra Mongoose Has Almost Human Speech One of the most wonderful attributes of ebra mongooses is their copia verborum. They dispose of. so many different sounds, uttered in so great a variety of intonations, and with such convincing expressiveness, of joy of i, i Tit--"1 irnj1'-"ii ii- no i i'J m a.minif sorrow, of expectation, of longing, of: lesire. of sin-prise, of anxiety and ! fear, that it amounts to a language, j Unlike any other mammals known to me, they converse at a distance, even when thev are out cf sight of I Don 1 Sdip Up DOLLAR DAY WILL MAGNIFY YOUR DOLLARS because in autumn the sap descends to the roots and removes from the leaves their life-giving nourishment. Therefore they wither, dry and fall to earth. Whatever the time of year, HhViej&Sl EPSOM SALT is a seasonable aid in keeping the body fresh and fit. Puretest Epsom Salt is absolutely pure, because by a new refining process all irritating elements are removed. Therefore it is really easy to take. Especially good for elderly people and those of middle age. One of 200 Fui-etest preparations for health and hygiene. Every item the best that skill and care can produce. KOONTZ BROTHERS On this Big Chance to Buy so much for $1. The Ponader Store will offer great inducements in Dry Goods, Shoes, Hosiery, Groceries in fact in every line. Visit our store on Dollar Day You'll be surprised. cne another, as, for instance, when they happen to be in two different rooms. They often talk in their sleep, and Rikki-Tikki (the writer's male mongoose) from time to time, gave vent, while sound asleep, to an endless lament, a series of long drawn though not unhannonious wails in a rising and falling cadence, expressive of heartrendering sorrow and distress, painful to listen to in the silence of the night. Yet another curious peculiarity of theirs is. that they look, intently, and BEl a ZIMMER GEM. CO PONADER THE NORTH CENTER ST. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICID Sensational! Amazing! Beneficial! A Commercial Sensation! Value Giving Knows No Bounds! 14 GREAT BARGAIN HOURS THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 8a.m. to 10p.m. Middy Suits Sis Hopkins Middy Suits white, or white and color value up to $7.50 $1.00 Dress Shirts With or without collars. Value to $3.00 $1.00 f ' . n i , . N A W I A ))( f H Uk ' t j i i ) v r-viv n I 4 1 S f . Wash Suits "Bud Hopkins" wash suits, many combination of colors, value to $3.50 $1.00 B.V.D. STYLE Underwear Regular 85c grade 2 for $1.00 it7 cz u irzyiALro xru " 1 Til LA JvJlI r. i lj t i,v Actual Values to $15.00 GREATEST MOST SENSATIONAL BEST VALUE - GIVING Dollar Day Ever Attempted In THis Territory LOOK AT THESE BARGAIN THRILLERS! SUIT CASES BOYS' SHIRTS ' Regular $1.50 Steel Frames for With and without collars. $1.00 Q1 fr Value, 2 for 1,UU $1.00 SILK SCARFS WORK HOSE The Newest Colors Values to $2.50 The 15c Kind 8 pair for $1.00 " $1.00 MEN'S COATS KHAKI PANTS Khaki color, All sizes, good $1.50 Values for Worth $3.00 c-i Art $2.00 0"ERALLS . ROYS' LONG PANTS And Jackets Tlain Blue and Wabash for School Wear Values to $2.00 Strips, ?1.50 Vaues at for S1.00 $1.00 GET THEM MOTOR IN! THE EARLY ONES Dollar Thrillers Ladie s'-Childr en's Coats, Dresses Men's Clothing Now's the time to get yourself a new-suit at a very low cost. The quality is all wool Tailcilnjr, fine and standard Advertised lines Read the reductions s This lot consists of broken lots, bad desirable quality, some styles good, sizes, discontinued lines, etc., All some not so good. Material alone Values like this has made this i .7'' v- ai,.jJuta"1', -, i , and you'll have to hustle for bar- worth many times price or garments store famous throughout this section gains like this. Po here early. Men's 2 Tants Suits Values to 27.50 Many patterns & Colors 16.59 to S0.O0 Men's 2 Pants Suits Values es 1 big lot of Muslin & Lingerie gowns, Teddies, Step-ins, Bloom- A A ers etc values to 2.00 J 1 ,UU All the Newest Styles and Colors 1 lot of ladies' & Misses' wash dresses wth to 7.50 1 lot of Childen's school Dresses worth up to 3.50 $1.00 $1.00 $19.75 Suits One Men's & Young Men's s Phillipino Mederio Em-broideried lingerie to 3.00 $2.00 pr. Pants Value to km Hid $16.50 Childen's Sweaters Val ' to $1.50 for Children's Top Coats 1 lot values to $5.00 for Men's Two-piece Wool Underwear, 5.00 a suit Canvas Gloves, reg 20c kind 8 pairs for Men's Union Suits, light and heavy. $1.50 values Sateen Petticoats worth up to $3.00 for Boy's good School Shoes Black or Brown per shoe Men's Silk Hose good colors 50c grade 3 pair for 'Men Pants, Our reg 3.50 good and dressy per leg JIon's fall cloth hats dark colors, 3.00 Values for $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 1 lot, silk dresses all new dC AA colors & styles val. to 15 j)D UU Silk dresses, better kind d'T C A good styles, col val to 20 f i 0J $1.00 OFF EACH $10.00 PURCHASE IN NEW FALL GOODS This includes all lines as Coats Dresses, Children's Wear, Men's Suits and overcoats etc. A REAL SAVING OF 10 RUGS 33 OFF We are dicontinuing our Rug dept.. and offer our entire stock at a discount of 35:o Don't let this opportunity slip to get a new Rug at 1-3 or more off Douglas shoes, little off style But will wear good. Value to d " AA 12.00. Ter shoe tPlUlf BOY'S SUITS Good School Suits 1 All jrood styles and colors Values to $10.00 $4.95 BOY'S COATS 1 lot of odd coats for boys, Value to $6.00 Large Sizes $1.00 BOY'S OVERCOATS 1 lot, values to 10.00 at $1.00 BOY'S LONG PANTS SUITS A PEAL PRICE SMASH Pants, ?1 Coat, $1 Vest, $1 1 1 large lot of Hats values to $10.00 for only 1 lot of ladies sweaters latest, Values to 7.50 for 1 lot of fine blouses and vaists, Values to $5.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 Ladies silk hose all colors - A A Regular 70c Value 3 pr fortp A UU If ? mm mm m m S mill h hv1 u I ii it it ii . 4 ? , v, ' i- r. iii: -f, .'jv.; . .' .3kn A as'--1 iVj

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