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EIGHT THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1S2. County Agent Butler To Address Farm Federation CHARACTER STRENGTH NO FEAR IN THIS FACE NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. No. 3091 Estate of Jiunes Bates. BREftlEN MARKETS X '' Wheat . 1.13 i t I pjnyip HUl" p 1 1 WANTED, FOR SALE, RENT, LOST, FOUND. MISCELLANEOUS ! j i i i J ' By direction of Henry II. Miller, Executor of the estate of James Bates, late of Marshall county, State of Indiana, deceased. Notice is hereby given to the heirs, lerriteps and !ovifps rf cniil !fr-oil Oats Rye Corn, yellow, per 70 lbs. Potatoes, new , County Agent L. M. Butler will be in Bremen Monday evening, Sept. 15, to speak at the regular meeting of the German township farm bureau. Mr. Butler's address will follow a brief business session and program, and the farmers are extending an invitation to the public to attend. The meeting will be held at the town hall. ent and all other persons interested SJ' nGW 40 ... SO 1.00 .75-85 02 . 3.00-7.50 7.00-11.00 11.00-15.50 . 7.00-9.50 .. .08-10 Va IS - tii tie I in said estate that said Henry H. WANTED LOST AND FOUND Calves Dressed Veal f " 1 "M- ' " ; a ; ' .-. ; ;. -it . i V ", j I FOUND By Earl Richardson, gas i tank cap. Owner can recover at I Enquirer office. j Miss Carrie Boss Will Resign As Music Teacher Hogs, live Lambs Hens, heavy Springs, 2 lbs., or heavier ... .21 WANTED A girl to do general housework is wanted by a Nappa-noe home. Two in family. House has all modern conveniences. No washing or ironinjr. Good pay. Give full particulars in inquiries addressed to Box A, Bremen Enquirer. WANTED A girl in the grocery department. The Tonader Co. tl Miller, Executor, 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 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, j 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, this 9th day of September, 1924. j LOST A key on a ring. Finder j please return to Enquirer office, pi J LOST OR STRAYED Black and tan ; Springs,, leg. 2 lbs or heavier ... .17 Hens, Leghorn 13 Old Roosters 03 Hides 04-.06 Eggs .33 Lard 14 female hound and black and tan hound pup. Reward. N. B. Colliei Miss Carrie Boss, for many years director of music in the Plymouth public schools and well known in Bremen, has announced her l-esigna-tion, to take effect as soon as her successor can be engaged. Her reason for resigning is that the work is growing too heavy for her, as it has increased from year to year. She will do private teaching. If you want to Duy, sell or rent, FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS SEED WHEAT I am now- booking orders for certified Michikoff seed wheat. See Arthur " eetz. S5tf Enquirer wantads will help you. L. Underwood, Clerk, erybody reads the wantads. 37t3 GEORGE WYMAN & CO. FOR SALE Good farm of 160 acres S miles from Bremen on good gravel road, only a few rods from school house. Good buildings, including nine room house and large bank barn, silo and outbuildings. Twenty-five acres of mint ground on the place. About thirty acres of timber. For terms and particulars see or write John F. Grise, Bremen ISf FOR SALE Modern nine room residence in Bremen, close in; good garage. Edward F. Henry. 34tf COME AND SEE U& SOUTH BEND, INDIANA Store Hours: 8:30 to 5:30. Hospital Opens err Ur'.-rz Filling Station far babies New York. A Ir.nnnn in"?; - , - t opened at Long Inland 0ik;e hospital, which ph.vslr-iims said wnM result In sav! lives of many v.; through furnishing of nutritious food from healthy mothers to mother wto are unable to supply their infants. Milk from healthy mothers Is j.iaoed In containers and distributed. Saturday Evenings close 6 p. m. What makes this portrait all the more unusual at this time, is that it so characteristically reveals the mighty Italian premier's inteiesting features "close up." He and his cabinet recently went through a rath The serious, business-like looking gentleman above in gold brocaded uniform and sash is, as ycu perhaps kr... Italy's most popular war hero ana "man of the hour" .Premier Mussolini. The picture is an unusual one of the great Facist lead- FOR SALE A vacant corner lot on West Plymouth street. Sewer, pavement and water main. Price $700. See John F. Grise. lOtf Coming Next Week, Thursday Sept. 18, 19, 20 Another Sale of 4800 Happy Home Dresses A One-Eyed Fad. Society women in London, it is ported, have taken up the fr.d wearing a monocle. er turbulent political storm but, when er and shews him in full regalia of the clouds had passed, Mussolini was still in power. And, in this remarkable photograph, you can see the defiance he stills holds for his enemies. No fear there! j his hivrh oitice. feel do m does he ap-A Great Place For Feminists. j pear in these gorgeous spangles, pre-In Paraguay the w omen outnumber : feving to go s:mongst his people in the men by about five to ore plain, every-day street attire. FOR SALE Several 1923 model Ford touring cars and coupes. Priced lower than yourVe seen them for years. Bremen Motor Sales. 21tf FOR SALE Some used Fordson tractors. Also one 12-20 Rumely oil-pull tractor. Mast & Kuntz. 34tf etter Than Ever at To Get "Dope" On Autos Charles Crashem Crashes Clarence, Captures Connie Charles Crashem caught Clarence Cold feet courting Constance Cuddley. Charles coughed clamorously, causing chaotic confusion. Constance's cheeks Regular Sizes 36 to 46 Stout Sizes 46 to 54 Regular Sizes in All Styles Extra Sizes in Styles 19-21 and 30 jf v-0 . mui ii ii jiw.wwMiMwJ.'mw.imua,l J Each I chalked. Charles, called conflict. Clar FOR SALE One-horse International gasoline engine, good condition. Also pump jack. Chas Rhoade. 32f FOR SALE Two wooden mint tubs; could be used for stock tanks. Edward Rhoade. S5tf ence cheerfully consented. Combatants circled cautiously. Charles caught Clarence couple crushing cuffs. Clarence, colliding chair, collapsed convulsively. Cool, collected, Charles cast cowardly, cringing Clarence convenient closed chamber. Charles' countenance conveyed crustiness. Constance cried coyly. Confided, convincingly, cause commotion. Cupid cunningly FOR SALE Ivory reed baby carriage in excellent condition. Mrs. Lester Koontz. 35tf FOR SALE Favorite hard coal heating stove, good as new. Ervin Carbiener. STpl captured Charles. Constance's sternation ceased. Consoled ed Charles' captivation. Charles cap- iuia-:"::::::f. i Jli mm 5 itulated. Catastrophe collapsed. Con-; FOR SALE Some good apple butter. Mrs. Edward Wilmer, R. F. D. 2, Bremen. 37pl t . 1 ' 1 V. j elusion: Chimes, church, cottage con-i taining contented couple. London j Tit-Bits. wmin FOR SALE Delicious honey, here at the apiary in 5 and 10 pound pails at 00c and SI. 65 each. C. A. Bunch, Lakeville, Ind 37p4 I t: Pi i! iini -Durhams cows. Geo. 36tf FOR SALE-E. SemT. jP 16 24 fih MORNING, MOON & NIGHT USE Spring Brook Dairy PURE MILK FOR SALE A team of good work horses and several good milk cows. Urban Vollmer. 36tf ran FOR SALE 16 head of ewes and two good rams. Schuyler Keyser, Plymouth, Indiana. 37t3 FOR RENT ' Ay '. hS I Engineers of the Automotive Tow- tiv.? ai;- sr-cd. the car travels. In er riant section of the Bureau o" front of the rear seat is a device Standards at Washiivrtci, D. C. iwith iS automatic pens in its work-i have just compelte the above pietur-iin;? for recording any incidents thati ed apparatus for obtaining data on ccour while the car is in operation, j the road performances of autos. The unique outfit also has a camera ; The periscope-like contrivance . in it for phoiographin r the flow of! shown near the front cf the car i gasolene on 'ho caiburetor. Quite! to be used for meascring the lola-.an invention! mm. ONLY SIX PICTURED OF 16 STYLES IN THE SALE These dresses are far better in style and workmanship than we have ever before offered in these Happy Home Dress sales. There are ten other styles than those pictured and it will be worth your while to see them. CHOICE OF GINGHAM OR PERCALE You may choose gingham or percale trimmed with crisp organdies, dainty-dimity and Pique and fancy braids. Both regular and extra sizes, all at one price. 98c each. FOR KENT Rooms for light housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished. Outside stairs. John Hilliard 22tf FOR RENT Room in a modern home. Mrs. Hedwig YVidmar. STtf & t- i- v'H a': as! ii "When yafeel sick all over and s:; V:::; j va cant eat nothin' and you're y "forced to hit the hay.ya'call a doctor-- doritjra"? Why not applvi FOR RENT Garage room for two or three cars. Perry E. Young Sltf FOR RENT Garage room for one car. Gus Schurr. 23tf that sam e principle to ycur business Caution and care are used in the production of Spring Brook Dairy milk. It is as it should be, pure and sweet and clean and it belongs to your home. Spring Brook Dairy Kiefer & Carothers. Of! HI 17 VxV If its weak in the Knees and denx show any pep, just call in ol' Doc Newspaper Jldvertisin and 'watch how quickly he'll have it irp&nd New York Woman Acts As Surceon For Birds 3Iail Orders Will Be Promptly Filled in Order Received M1 1 fj.l'' ; WUAT'C TOT? I TCX? By L.F.VanZelm It Always Works Acting as a surgecn for birds is the occupation of a New York woman who performs operations upon her feathered charges and cares for their various ills. Rheumatism, indigestion and fevers ai-e some of the ailments she has treated. Surgical operations are performed in a completely equipped room on the thin! floor of the hospital she maintains. With several as OU f TELI)C( IT'S TC2UE - vwwt Teh it "vou give our LovEH-r tOVE COHEi back: "To xoo if you Give out hate, otkecs sales njmat You Give out its TM!3 WOftLD ALVJAPj COME'o amd of cou(25e f you 'Shoul'D give out a few Thousand 'To inve?T in oura nenw macaroni BACK, To -VOci Tem FOLD HATE COMES BACkL To YOU MEN VWOULT3 COME BACWi AT ME- 0(2. MlHE . MY 0 -fT 1 KNOW MOVIE'S T0N3HT sistants, she is called upon to minister to the needs of more than 2,000 birds in the summer months when families P ' hot Foe. ICS- ,- . r 0 IF YOU (SiVE out MICE HOUGHTSJ ABOUT PFOPLE , NICE ThoUOHTS COME BACki' To fou Ten ynS Tr r7 f$k g l J iWr mWi ft" John Ijolvjh leave for vacations and bring their pets to be "boarded" in the wards of the hospital while thev are gone. The l Well rel birds like to be amused and show in nvSTtUY OF The B.akeqy . Shop teresting characteristics, their keeper declare. Balls, beads and ribbons hung from the cages keep them from ly, ;: - pulling out their plumage and music from a phonograph seems to cheer tV.ovr, when their own songs are si 1. ti oed . Po pul ar M echani cs.