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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER. THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1924. 3 SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES A Pretty Mess 20 YEARS AGO Items of Interest Reproduced from the Files of the Enquirer After the Lapse of a Generation. than ours is at times. At the conclusion of the service, when the signal for the large congregation to rise was given, there was an ominous "r-i-p-p-i-n-g" sound from all parts of the house, and expressions of dismay on the faces of many persons as they hastily felt to see if any of their clothing had been torn away. In some cases the cloth gave way, and. in others the varnish. The trouble has been remedied by scraping the varnish off the pews. A Combination of Fun, Facts and Foolosophy recording them on the margins of pages. Thus it has been noted that in "Around the World in Eighty. Days," the hero reaches his club as the clocks of the town are striking "10 minutes to 10"; that in "Monte Cristo," the author or translator makes the crew stand by to drop anchor and leap to the sheets simultaneously, and Rider Haggard makes an eclipse of the imoon take place when the moon is new. DR. S. B. SHONKWILER PAINLESS EXTRACTION with Block Anesthesia er Nitrous Oxid-Oxygr.. Dental X-Ray and Orr.1 'Jiagcry Phone 86 Shonkwiler BIdg. W. Plymouth xL Conducted, Concocted and Confiscated 1 rum j POME. Handsome Girl Heavens, I'm covered with mud I Am I not a pretty mesa? He (admiringly) As pretty a me as one could ImagLae, Miss Rose. Two little fleas and two little mice GRACE UNITED BRETHREN Rev. A. F. Knepp, Pastor Sunday School, 9:30. I. Oliver Pfeiffer, Supt. Preaching services, 10.30. Junior Y. P. C. U. 10.30 a. m. Senior Y. P. C. E. at 6:00 p. m. Preaching Services at 7:00 p. m. Mid-week Prayer Service on Wednes day, at 7:30 p. m. Official Board Meeting, first Monday each month, 7:30 p. m. Invitations extended to all to attend these services. SALEM EVANGELICAL "A Prosperous Church in a Prosperous Community." D. Alfred Kaley, Pastor Sunday Services: 9.30 Bible School Claude E. Weiss, Supt. 10.30 Morning Worship. 6.30 Christian Endeavor. 7.30 Evening Sermon. Week Day Services: Wednesday, Thursday. Monthly Services: 1st Monday Evening, Official Board Meeting 2nd Monday Evening, League Business Meeting 1st Thursday Afternoon, , W. M. S. Meeting 2nd Wednesday Afternoon, Aid Meeting. 4th Wednesday Evening, Y. P. M. CMeeting. Sat on ai roadway shooting dice. Along came a horse and stepped on a College Campaign for Icreasing Legume Yield In an endeavor to boost the crop yield of legumes the Kansas State Agricultural College will send out a motor caravan known as the "Legume and prosperity special," carrying exhibits and corps of speakers. One-day outdoor meetings will be held in each county. Lectures by heads of departments will be given on correct rotations and soil-improvement practices, utilization of legumes by dairy cattle, and the value of legumes in livestock feeding. An attendance of 1,000 farmers is expected in each county during the nine-day tour, July 8 to 17 Sharp Shooters Try To Discover Errors Twice within a week has the pretty Lake of the Woods been the scene of a tragedy. The shock caused by the sad drowning of young Keyser had not passed away when news came last Saturday afternoon of the death of another young man there. Edward E. Earl, 19 years of age, with his father, was fishing from a boat in the south end of the lake, opposite the residence of Mr. Sperry and not far from the shore. Mr.' Earl was sitting in the middle of the boat, with hjs back to his son, when he says he heard the young man groan and looked around just in time to see him falling into the water. He ran to the stern of the boat to seize him when he should rise, but after waiting a sufficient time and the boy failing to come up he hastened to the shore for help. J. P. Leitch, of Bremen, happened to be passing, and ran to Mr. Earl's assistance. Securing a garden rake, he finally succeeded in finding the body anl bringing it to the surface, and attempts were made at resuscitation, but without avail. In the part of the lake where the accident happened there is a rank growth of vegetation, and the bottom is covered with a soft ooze. flea, And he let out a yell "That's a horse on me." f 3fr HAND-TO-HAND STRUGGLE. A city cousin who had never been NO FREE SAMPLES. A fellow who was over at Misha-waka a few days ago was overheard telling about some bootleg whisky that he had succeeded in getting while there. "It's the strongest, burning-est stuff that ever was created," he said. "They have to dilute it with raw alcohol before a human being can drink it, and no other being would dr,ink it. Honestly, a man could take a drink of that in midwinter at the north .pole and run around the pole with nothing on but his night shirt and still believe he was in the JONAS A. MILLER AUCTIONEER NAPPANEE, INDIANA Phone R 154 Call At My Expense Librarians find that imany readers delight in discovering errors in classical works and popular fiction and on a fishing and camping trip came out to his uncle's farm, less than ten miles from the stand pipe, equipped w ith steel rod, reel, silk line and other fancy equipment. After the first hour of fishing he hooked a small sunfish. No Car Desperately he reeled it in until the Rich in Albumen, Lupin Seed is Made Valuable tiny fish's nose was jammed up aarainst the end of the rod. "What shall I do with it now?" he -ike It! wailed to his country cousin. Surveying the catch in all serious ness, the cousin advised: iimo out on the pole and stab it with that new hunter's knife of yours." x x PRECAUTION. It was 3 a. m., and the irate mar From the condition of the body when recovered the young man must have sunk in this mud or become entangled in the weeds and been unable to extricate himself, even if he was not unconscious when he fell. Have some of the Chicago robbers been driven out of the city and begun operations in this vicinity? That ia the view most people are taking of recent events hereabouts. Two houses CHUilCH OF THE BRETHREN cnas. C. Cripe, Pastor Sunday Services: Sunday School, 9.30 a. m. Milo Weaver, Supt. Sermon, 10.45. Teacher Training, 6.00 p. m. Christian Workers, 7 p. m., Mrs. Chas. Cripe, President. Sermon, 7.45 p. m. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting, Wed. evening 7.30 p. m Aid Society each alternate Thursday. All are cordially invited. If you have no regular church home, come And worship with us. ried lady who had been waiting awake all nisrht at lat heard uncertain foot- 42 horsepower ! SO miles and more an hourhour aSter hour without over-heating without loss o power without carbon cleaning! And at the end of a long sustained high speed, your motor will be cooler, will need less water than any similar sized poppet-valve engine. This engine's power curve keeps climbing up while the power of a poppet-valve car is dropping oft Furthermore, the Willys-Knight is entirely free from those engine repairs which make up 50 of the upkeep cost of practically all poppet-valve cars. It has no cams no springs to get out of order. A car you 'can keep season after season. Take a ride today. tep.s on the stairs. "Are you sober?" she demanded harply. "If your m-m-my w-w-wife," an have been entered lately, and at tempts have been made to get into the Not only in the Mediterranean region, but also along the wrestern coast of America, there grow freely tall, handsome spikes of blue-white "or yellow flowers that form entrancing bits of color in the landscape during the season for blossoming, and are not infrequently used as a garden flower. It is the lupin, which belongs to the family of leguminous vegetables, to which mankind owes much, and which includes beans and peas as well as peanuts, says the Literary Digest. As in other members of the family the fruit of the lupin consists of seed-bearing pods, but no attempt has been made to use them either for forage or for human food until recently, says the Detroit News. It is now announced that by a German process, the Pohl method of extraction, said to be quite inexpensive, the seeds can be imade to yield an uncommonly high percentage of albumen, which, added to rye or other flour, makes an extremely nutritious food. This new bread is likewise admirably fitted to form part of a diet of certain (presumably diabetic) patients houses of Otto Walter and Henry swered a cautious voice, "I mos' sher- infernal regions." 3 Sft KITTY, KITTY! A certain young lady naemd Funk Was tricked into buying skunk. She thought 'twas a cat Till it got in her lap And now she burns Japanese punk. GOOD FOR SOMETHING. After all, fathers are some good. A Kentland boy had his auto stolen. Dad started on the hunt and finally located the stolen machine. And the best of it was, that while hunting for the kid's car he located another stolen car and copped off $40 reward. w WOULDN'T TALK. And speaking of barbers, Bill Blunk the other evening was telling us some of his experiences with his customers. Earlier in the day a local man known for his rather unpleasant disposition came in and got in his chair with a curt . "hair cut and quick about it." Now our friend is a chatty fellow and what barber is not gave a few preliminary touches, and then remarked: "You hair is getting a little thin on top." "Glad to hear it," grunted his customer, "don't like fat hair myself." MUSINGS. With too many .people life is just one growl after another. The man who hasn't time to stop at the grade crossing doesn't always leave an estate. There really are only two causes of divorce man and woman. Women may be deficient in the Foltz, but Svithout success. These things might have been charged to local talent, but last Saturday night the thieves became bolder and held up Fred Schlosser and Henry Martin while they were on their way to a "belling" ,in the northwest part of t'nly am. ' fl SHE KNEW. Last week we heard a "new" Ford story that is going the rounds. Reference to our files proves that it was printed in this burst of joy more than five years ago. But since the minstrel show at the Chautauqua proved that you can't get 'em too old, w ILLY' town. The boys did not happen to have any money with them, but the' robbers went through their pockets, and took Martin's gold watch. On Sunday afternoon as George Schrad-er was driving into town two men stopped him a short distance north of town and demanded ' his money. we'll tell it again. KMT because of the small amount of starch ST. PAUL'S EVAN. LUTHERAN Rev. W. T. VogeL Pastor. Services every Sunday morning at 10 oclock, alternating in German and English. English Sunday school at 11 oclock every Sunday morning. Services every Sunday evening at 7 oclock, alternating in German and English. Everybody is cordially invited. FIRST EVANGELICAL Rev. H. H. Senne, Pastor. Sunday Services: Sunday School, 9.30 a. m. Preaching Service, 10.30 a. m. Teacher Training class meets every Wednesday at 7.00 p. m. Women's Missionary Society meets every last Thursday in the month at 2.30 p. m. -Official Board Meeting of the church every first Tuesday of the month at 7.30 p. m. it contains. ir He gave his horse a sharp cut with $1195 J194-C the whip, and got away from them. Mart Horein is clerking at Diet rich's. A foot doctor received a call from a women stopping at the hotel and on being shown to her room found her in her kimona. "Will you trim my corns arid keep your mouth shut?" asked the lady. The chiropodist assured her that he would, but began to protest when she started to remove her kimona. "Lady, lady," he implored, "you mustn't do anything like that." "Listen to me," said the woman, heatedly, "I've rode all the way from Miss Emma Kiefer is a new clerk Girls! Have Pretty Eyes No girl is pretty if her eyes are red, strained or have dark rings. Simple camphor, witchhazel, etc., as mixed in Lavoptik eye wash, keeps eyes healthy, sparkling and vivacious. Dainty eye cup free. (Fisher Bros., Druggists.) adv. Dettbrenncr & Rottmiller BREMEN, INDIANA at Frederick Ponader's. Will Kinzie is the possessor of a speedy Gunsaulus colt. Prof. W. F. Ellis and family returned from Bloomington last Saturday. sense of humor but that does not seem to keep them from picking out Messrs. Floyd Listenberger, Oliver Dietrich, Clarence Carbiener and Will .jokes for husbands. U 9 THE WYATT GARAGE Clayton G. Enders, Prop. TEX Wright enjoyed a camping trip to the Lake of the Woods a few days last week. The gentlemen report that there are still a few fish in the lake. The happiest man is the one who gets happiness out of his work. GOOD IDEA. If your car has been stolen, this -Overhauling and Repairing GIVE USA TRIAL tf Sale Colorado in a Ford, and I guess I know more about these corns than you do." P 3P flp BEEN THERE BEFORE Gossip: "He left her at the altar and she has never seen him to this day." Another G.: "Did anyone ever learn the reason?" Gossip: "Oh sure her wedding gown smelled of moth bails." 3 9 3f NOT HARD ENOUGH. Kennion KaufTman, vacationing in our midst, is always good for a story or two. Monday he was recalling illy Clearance CAL. L. STOCKMAN AUCTIONEER PHONE 535. NAPPANEE, IND NOW ON The Crescents wall play the Lake-ville Stars at the Fair Ground park next Sunday. Peter Moore cut his right knee with a hand-axe last Friday, and has been "laid-up" ever since. George Sunderland who has been visiting with relatives in New York state for the past month is expected home this evening. r. E. Dietrich and family returned home Monday from their vacation trip, driving a pair of Shetland ponies that Mr. Dietrich purchased at St. Joseph, Mich. The Board of Education has completed the list of teachers for the suggestion for its recovery may appeal to some. A Texas farmer ran the following advertisement in his local newspaper: "Strayed one Jersey heifer. To the one who returns her, I will give a drink of Four Rose whiskey, ten years old." The next morning there were nine men with Jersey heifers standing in the yard. VERS LIBRE. There was a time Long ago When I longed To be a man .riwipe them v.! wfiMi a banquet he attended last winter, at which the chairman instisted that each speaker stick to his alloted time. One man on the program however V & Vf - n j ANT DESTROYER . s . I t U the In tH was considerable neyona ms auotea ten minutes and the chairman was using every possible means to catch his eye and shut him off but the speaker realizing- that he had the Ants in sugar, coming year, which is as follows: Superintendent, Prof. W. F. Ellis, Bremen; principal, Luther T. Piatt, And carry money In my pocket. Well, i bread, in pantry nJ closets. Once they get in, they're everywhere. Get rid of them with CENOL. ANT DESTROYER. Death to ants in 3 minutes. j Greencastle, ass't. prin., D. O. Mil- ler, North Liberty; room 7, Miss Sold Ey KOONTZ BROS., DRUGGISTS CENOL AGENCY People from the first day of this sale started taking advantage of the low prices. Many times people have asked "why is it we can buy furniture for so much less in this store than we can elsewhere?" Here are some of the reasons: Our store has no rents to pay. Believes in f quick sales and small profits. Advertises strongly through the merchandise it sells. Has no commission men in the store. Has no collectors, and we are satisfied with the accounts. Our salesroom, workroom and warehouse are all under one roof. Our Guarantee is something real and worth while. It goes with every article sold in this store. It endures as long as you use and enjoy the furniture. Selling only the best in quality, we are able and glad to cover our sales with this guarantee and to assure all that every article is right today, will be tomorrow, and years to come. Should there ever be occasion for complaint, you will find us ready and eager to rectify the trouble. Costumers complete satisfaction is our desire and unless every transaction is exactly to your liking, we have missed our merchandising aim. BIG DISCOUNTS DURING MONTH OF JULY floor was determined to make it an hour and a half address. Finally, driven to the verge of desperation, the chairman decided the only thing left for him to do to stop the flow of words was to strike the table with his gavel. Raising the wooden hammer he brought it down with considerable force but owing to his extreme nervousness he missed his aim and hit the man next to him a resounding blow on the head. The fellow weaved in his seat, batted his eyes then mumbled to the chairman: "Hit me again; I can still hear him." I still do. QUERY. If Cleo made Mark Anthony the Mark he was, and Caesar made Brutus the Brute he was, then who made Lydia Pinkham the pill she was? 3l Cfr r& ANOTHER COGITATION. If men who are exercising their ingenuity to promote means for destroying each other would devote themselves to the extermination of the English sparrow, the United States would be a more enjoyable place of residence. An Irish friend of mine looks over my shoulder and says: "If the damned English didn't put it over us one way they did another." Uncle Art. if 5 x And Now In Closing Consider the worst joke of the week: The officer says, "where are you going?" And the stew answers, "Don't tell me. Let me guess." Evelyn Harsch, Bremen; 6, Miss Ida Koontz, Bremen; 5, Miss Maude Monroe, Tyner; 4, Miss Carrie Boss, Plymouth; 3, Miss Vida Myers, Goshen; 2, Miss Anna Kanegar, Bremen; 1, Miss Laura Boss, Plymouth. John L. Graverson, with a cousin from Grand Rapids, Mich., is attending the St. Louis fair this week. Martin Wahl has been in European waters with his ship, the Kearsarge, for about three months, and is now at Gibraltar. His term of enlistment will expire the 15th of next month. Rev. D. T. Williams occupied his pulpit Sunday, and besides two very interesting sermons told some entertaining features of his European trip. He expects to move to Bremen soon. There was an amusing, and also somewhat serious situation at the United Brethren church last Sunday evening. That was the first warm day we have had since the new church was completel, and it proved that the varnish used on the pews was intended for a colder climate vft ijfe 3P How the Band Wagon Was Smashed. (Brookston Reporter) Louis Henderson and lady friend who were driving through town in a Ford roadster Tuesday night during the storm ran against the band wagon and damaged the car considerable. The band wagon rolled onto the . rail road track and before they could get it off the fast midnight train hit it. A step was torn from the engine and the band wagon was badlv damaged. H U R R ' S "THE HOME OF UNUSUAL FURNITURE" t-SJrJCZf&iSKfJ H1LADELPHIA U.S.A. W. PLYMOUTH ST. BREMEN, IND i

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