The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on September 11, 1924 · Page 7
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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 7

Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, September 11, 1924
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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1924. SEVEN "FINGER AND NOSE" PRINT LION CUBS -LOUD" FISH." A new species of fish that is brilliantly illuminated and that can make a loud, shouting noise when chasing smaller fishes has Tseen discovered in the waters of Monterey bay, California. -Lv J rl DR. R. C. DENISON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office in Shonkwiler Bldg. Phones: Office, 81; Residence 21 Bremen, Indiana. G. M. BUCK, Ph. G., M. D. Office in Nusbaum Block North Center St. Phones: Office 38; Res. 25. Bremea R. II. DRAPER. M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office in Listenberger Building West Plymouth St. Phones: Office, 35? Rej SO., Bremen. JONAS A. MILLER AUCTIONEER NAPPANEE, INDIANA Phone R 154 Call At My Expense 1 RECEIVING BY R. M. SHERRILL, There are more than a dozen dif -. fore t type? of antennae from which ; to choose, but since most of those are iiskhI only because o their trans-i I . r ftp" - : vV . m-tt-n- c::a-aevistics t:ie choice, ; 5inple Avire , usual! y too slight to for receiving purposes, "boils down"' j warrant the extra expenditure of time to two popular types. A. discussion!-'111 money. of these types will help to decido j The length of the top part is not which is the better suited to a par- j critical. In general, the longer the ticular location. ! antennae (up to about 150 feet, the The most commonly used of the j louder the signals, but the worse two is known as the Inverted "L" ; the interference from other stations antenna ard is shown in figure l. j and the static. Experience has shown This typo is very easy to put up, it ! that a single Mire from CO to 100 requires but a moderate amount of feet in length gves the best all-spac and it gives good results with! around results, simple apparatus. The far end is! Antennae Height Important V-' ': -I-. -f ... sters," can tell 'em apart. Mr. and Mrs. Gay, who conduct the only lion farm in the world near El Monte, Calif., had quite some difficulty identif ying their tnany.pets until they hit upon the above method. Now, they put every cub through the process. But, judging from the squirming positions of these little fel ac ur rn-j I f ' generally the highest, the wire slanting slightly downward to the "lead-in" (wire leading down to the re- -Porcelain (,0 - To Receiver -Porcelain V low's that rame may be all right for criminals but for them it's too much of a "stick up'' job. However, it's all over in a minute and then, it's back to play again. Not so bad. The Gays have a flock of 200 lions of all sizes and ages. Many of them are being used in the movies particularly comely work. Quite l jKjCltSCt UJ PHILADELPHIA U l A. J 1 Aerial Construction ceiver).' The inverted "L" is slight-! dimension. Flace the antennae as ly directional, which means that it high, and as far from trees, build-is capable of receiving signals from j ings and other objects as possible, one direction better than from oth- A height of 50 feet is good if there ers. Thus, if the antennae in figure j are not many trees close by. A 1 were suspended in the east and I lower antennae will give fair results west direction and the "lead-in" were j however, and local reception may of- attached to the west end, the best receiving direction would be west. See Figure 2 A slightly better antennae is shown in rltrure 2. It is known as the "T" type. This form is also easy to make and gives very good i results, but it requires more space. The "T" antennae must be twice Trustee's Notice. As Trustee of German township I will transact official business at my office, in the Union State Bank, Bremen, each Saturday. Remainder of time at my residence on V. Plymouth st., Bremen. Wm. A. Engel Notice of Final Settlement 3110 Estate of Hammond Imus By direction of Henry H. Miller, Administrator of the estate of Hammond Imus, late of Marshall County, State of Indiana, deceased. Notice is hereby given to the heirs, legatees, and devisees of I said decedent and all other persons interested in said estate that said Henry H. Miller, Administrator has filed in 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 30th day of Sept. 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 Marshall Circuit Court at Plymouth, Indiana, 4th day of Sept. 1924. 37t3 Glen L. Underwood, Clerk Notice to Non-Rcsident No. 16224 State of Indiana, Marshall County, ss: In the Marshall Circuit Court, September Term, 1924. Monroe Steiner vs. John W. 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-paint against the defendants; and, it appearing by the affidavit of a competent person that the defendant: PEARL L. TROYER, Executrix of the Estate of PERCY J. TROY'ER, 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 answer thereto on or before the calling of said cause on Saturday the 18th day of October, 1924, being the 30th judicial day of the September term of said Court, to be begun and held at the Court House in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, on the third Monday of September A. D., 1924, said complaint and the matters and tilings therein alleged will be heard and determined in her absence. WITNESS, the Clerk and Seal of said Court, at Plymouth, Indiana, this 20th day of August, 1924. Glen L. Underwood, 35t3 Clerk Marshall Circuit Court Harley A Logan, Plaintiffs Attorney. Everybody reads Enquirer want ads. m the earth .Stilt? because ocean leakage or volcanic action causes an underground stratum to slip. Hence a violent movement of part of the earth's surface. How easily TABLETS ASPIRIN move to break up a violent headache, cold or the grippe! Absolutely true aspirin, tablets so skillfully made that their beneficial action begins in 15 seconds. Highest purity, never irritate or burn. One of 200 Turetest preparations for health and hygiene. Every item the bet that skill and care can produce. KOONTZ BROTHERS S3 ywcq& tSeesS CAL. L. STOCKMAN AUCTIONEER PnONE 535. NAPPANEE, INI). as long as the inverted "L" (from j should be well insulated at bcth ends, a to b) to give the same tuning glazed porcelain insulators being pre-range. : ferable for the purpose. The "lead- The "lead-in" should be attached in" should be kept away from the exactly in the center and the ends' house except where it enters through ANTENNAE RADIO ENGINEER. The number of 'wires in the top Part of a receiving antennae is not very iP'"tar.t While in general two or move wirs max be some- ! what tetter, the advantage over a The height of the antennae has more to do with the distance which may be received than any other TnsuTaton -oime a iooftAeria nsuafora 7b Receiver ten be accomplished with nothing more than a crystal set and a bed-spring antennae. The antennae and its "lead-in" may be of solid copper wire, of strand ed copper wire, or of copper ribbon, If the solid wire is used it should be No. 12 or No. 14 gauge and may be bare or insulated. The wire an insulating bushing. It is well worth while to exercise considerable care in planning and erecting the antennae, for that one part will have much to do with the success or failure of the receiving station. . - Brown Corporation, Chicago 7 1 V A coster rig-up forty of which took part in a marathon held as a fea- trie cf the Richmond Royai rtomti Sliow roc-Titly in Ihicland. 'the pnoro sho-vs A. J. Wilson, the winner, with his wife and daughter. The but-t-.s, cail and den'xy v ere ail a part of the performance a!1'' made quite a hit. The prize? Guess what it was. A Cartful of Bananas! of the wire should be, as nearly as possible, the same height above the ground. Thi s type is less directional than the inverted "L" as it receives best in two directions. These directions are the two along the line of the antennae. Copyright, 1924, by The Bonnet "Wee-Owl Wee-owl Let go of us. We're not ci-iminals!" If the loving-looking little lion cubs pictured here could talk that's just about What they would be yelling. You see they're having their nose and finger or rather paw prints taken so that Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gay, who are shown holding the "young M The Be , "BUTTON, BUTTON, WHO'S ? 4 PL if! "ill Your Advertising Will Read If If it appears in an attractive, easily read form. You may not have the experience or the time to spend in planning your advertisements so that they will appear easy to read. That's just where we can help you to great advantage. We have secured, at no small cost to us, an Advertising Service which provides ready written, attractively illustrated ads for practically every line of business in this vicinity. What this Service means to you in building up your business, how much we can help you in the preparation of strong, business-pulling advertisements, can only be learned by using it. Phone us (No. 51) to call and talk over your advertising problems. We will bring along samples of the helps we have to offer you. TV " V - ' " 7 ' Were Americars to be greeted with such a sight as this, the f.rst thing! they would say is "What button factory is he advertising ? Arid where did he get the outsit?" Hut this proud driver and his "be-bot-toned" family is nt advertising anything and his queer outfit was a prize w ir. The fair.ily repif sor.ts an English . vCv - ' ? . d V Enquirer remen 1

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