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Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, July 31, 1924
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3 THE BREMEN ENQUIRER. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1924, SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES j As They Strolled Along I east along Dewey Street with a 24 inch pipe sewer to Washington Street, A TRIP TO THE TROPICS I DR. It. C. DENISON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office in Shonkwiler Eldg. Phones: Office, 81; Residence 21 Bremen, Indiana. - -ua A Combination of Fun, Facts and Foolosophy Conducted, ft Concocted and q T l J Confiscated W- W. JV. thence south along Washington Street with an 18 inch pipe sswer to Bike Street, thence east along Bike Street with a 15 inch pipe sewer to East Street, thence south along East Street, with a 12 inch pipe sewer to North, thence west along North Street sewer with a 12 inch pipe sewer to a point , 26 ft. west of the alley between East and Washington Streets. Said sewer with the necessary manholes, storm water inlets, 6 inch house connections and all appurtenances thereto shall be constructed in accordance with the plans, profiles, detail drawings and specifications now on file in the office of the clerk of said Town. All work done in the making' of said described public improvement shall be in accordance with the terms and conditions of Improvement Reso- j lution No. 24, 1924, ( adopted by the Board of Trustees on the above named day, and the "detailed plans and specifications of such improvement to be adopted by the Board of Trustees, of such town, upon the final adoption of said Resolution and placed on file in the office of the clerk of said town. The Board of Trustees will meet in its office in the hall on the 12th day of Aug., 1924, at the hour of 8 oclock p. m.y for the purpose of hearing and considering all remonstrances, which may have been filed or which may be presented, and will hear all persons interested or whose property is affected by said proposed improvement, and will decide whether the benefit that will accrue to the property, abutting and adjacent to the proposed improvement and to said town, will be equal to or exceed the estimated cost of the proposed improvement as estimated by the civil engineer. John Senff Win, Nehr Fred Dettbrenner Charles L. Berg Board of Trusteea 30t3 F. V, Annis, Clerk of the Board Eye Strain? This Helps For strained eyes try simple cam- phor, hydrastis, witchhazel, etc., as mixed in Lavoptik eye wash. One small bottle helps any case of weak, strained or sore eyes. It will surprise you. Aluminum eye cup free. (Fisher Bros., druggists.) 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 Wedne day, at 7:30 p. m. CSlcial Board Meeting, first Monday each month, 7:S0 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.o0 Bible School Claude E. Weiss, Supt. 10.SQ Morning Worship. 6.S0 Christian Endeavor. 7.S0 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. C-Meeting. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Chas. C. Cripe, Pastor Sunday Services: Sunday School, 9.S0 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. SO p. m.. Aid Society each alternate Thursday. All are cordially invited. If you have no regular church home, come and worship with us. 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.S0 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. THE WY ATT GARAGE Clayton G. Enders, Prop. verhaaling and Repairing GIVE US A TRIAL tf CAL. L. STUCKMAN AUCTIONEER PRONE 535. NAPPANEE, IND. -t,J& Mil DESTROYER r Ants In the sugar, tt the bread, in pantry and closets. Once they get in, they're everywhere. Get rid of them with CENOL ANT DESTROYER. Death to ants in 3 minutes. It. 1 Sold By K OO VIZ BROS- DRUGGISTS CENOL AGENCY A" vr It OvV WU I'tNClLUAd I . ifr . ji ifr i il ir $ $1 ll 4 SECOND INSTALLMENT. Leaving Key West for Havana the traveller embarks upon a boundless expanse of blue water, which he has viewed for hours from the train window. The Keys and main land of Florida are low lying and soon drop below the horizon. The Gulf of Mexico is really a tropical sea. The water is warm, seldom varying from 70 degrees. The prevailing color is deep indigo blue. The Gulf Stream enters the Atlantic between the Keys and Cuba and this popular avenue of ocean travel is crossed diagonally of the trip to Havana and large ocean going vessels are seldom out of sight. Flying fish appear in great numbers and as the boat nears the Cuban capitol every expectation of beauty and novelty is fufilled. The Cuban mainland is high and rockbound on the North shore and at Havana the boats enter a narrow- channel with high rock walls topped by a fortress on the left and unbroken blocks of white fronted city buildings on the right. Havana as seen from the Gulf is really the Won der City as advertised. A totally different style of architecture and city plan greets the eye. The build ings are white, WHITE, W-H-I-T-E! Even the old buildings the crum bling fortress and the neglected ruins have a cleaniness of appearance And no end of arches arched door ways, arched windows, arched pas sageways, arched gates and arched temples. The city is older than any town or city in the United States. Columbus made his first landing on this group of islands of which Cuba is the largest. DeSota and many other Span- sh adventurers including the pirates of the Spanish main found refusre here. The city was fortified as early as lidd and was used as a harbor and center of operations from 1519 to the present day. The architecture is therefore Spanish and Latin. There are modern apartment houses erected within stones throw of antique, thick walled structures designed to withstand seige. The buildings are beautiful, not alone for their airi ness and cathedral-like proportions and decorations but they are in all instances builded of stone and cement. Each residence has a pateo (open interior), the ceilings are high, the doors and windows are barred or latticed or both. The streets are narrow as are also the sidewalks, there being barely room for two peo ple to walk abreast in most places. Two machines running side by side sweep the street! This applies to the old section of the city but where modem engineers have foreseen the future of Havana or the ancients layed out a plaza, the side walks and drives are broad and inviting Havana is a city of half a million, mostly Cubans and Spaniards. The business section of the town lies on a peninsula one mile wide by one and a half mile long. This strip of land separates the harbor from the Gulf of Mexico. This natural harbor is second only to that of New York City, in the Western Hemi sphere. It has depth, docking space and anchorasre space for all water traffic. The panoramic view of the harbor from the heights of Casa Blanca, opposite Havana is one of the most beautiful and remarkable sights to be found anywhere. Every style of craft in the world is seen at anchor or moving about its business of docking or departing. In this har bor the battleship Maine was sunk and here the fleet of the United States makes its appearance when Cuban political situations become threaten ing. Shopping districts offer another de light, especially at night time. Boot blacks, taxi drivers, fruit venders, news boys, lottery peddlers, blind men, beggars, real American bums, hotel runners, mix their cries and arguments with the confusion of un-governed auto traffic and rattle of endless numbers of small street cars. Picture in your mind the narrow side walks, the rabble of small salesmen, the honking of auto horns, the clang and screech of street cars and around you everywhere open fronted stores, hotel lobbies, bar rooms, cafes, candy shops, novelty stores everything and anything to attract the dollar. The conversations one overhears are Spanish the sign boards and newspapers are Spanish but up and down the streets clatters Henry Ford's tin Lizzie and thousands of advertising signs have things to say in praise ol standard American products from B.V.D's to Lydia Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound, so there is a sense of hominess after all. (TO BE CONTINUED.) Everybody reads Enquirer want ads. It now it pays. R. H. DRAPER. M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office in Listenberger Building West Plymouth St. Phones: Office, 35; Res 80., Bremen. 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. lire there months in It 1 3-.0 because early astronomers, noting that the Moon went through her phases in about SO days, divided the year into 12 moons. Hence "moonth" or our word month. In summer months especially. RUSSIAN TYPE MINERAL OIL ! ia. fPle"dd aid? hef U au.fe litis me wuy 01 puisunuus iuwu wu&lc. Puretest Mineral Oil is widely used for constipation. Acting as a non-irri- i tating lubricant, it overcomes the ob jectionable features of commonly used , cathartics. Tasteless, odorless, easy to j taQne Qf 200 Puretest preparations for ; health and hygiene. Every item the 1 best that skill and care can produce. KOONTZ BROTHERS units FORo Men, Women and Children Smartly fashioned in accord with the latest fashion decree, these Bathing Suits offer those who enjoy the beaches ample choice from which to select one to please. Varied colors, several weights and weaves at prices less than you would expect in the quality shown. $1 and up h C ric A Sanitary, Up-To-Date Shop where you can get the very best quality of FRESH and CURED MEATS et all times. Wholesome roasts, juicy steaks, tender young poultry, cold meats for the hot days everything in our line is here for you. Weight FAIR PRICES ( C V ' r i If IB She Did you see that boat shoot like an arrow across the stream? He Yes, dear; youll notice the rlvei at that point forma a bow. , Mary Skirt Mary had a little skirt That reached Just to her kn But then what Interest could that har For chaps like you and met Have A Care. When asked for your candid opinion, be sure it is going to be safe in the care of the person to whom you NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS. No. 24, 1924. Bremen, Indiana, July 22, 1924 Board of Trustees TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: t Notice is hereby given by the Board of Trustees, of the Town of Bremen, Indiana, that it is deemed necessary to moke the following de scribed public improvement in the Town of Bremen, Indiana, authorized by the following numbered Improvement Resolution, adopted by said Board on the 22nd day of July, 1924. , Improvement Resolution No. 24, 1924, for the improvement of Dewey, Washington, Bike, East and North Streets, beginning at the center of Dewey Street and Center Street, thence east along Dewey Street to Washington Street, thence soth a-long Washington Street to Bike Street, thence east along Bike Street, to East Street, thence south along East Street to North Street, thence west along North Street to alley between East Street and Washington Street. Beginning at the center of Cen ter Street and Dewey Street, thence G. M. BUCK, Ph. G., M. D. Office in Nusbaum Block North Center St. Phones: Office 38: Res. 25. Bremen JONAS A. MILLER AUCTIONEER NAPPANEE, INDIANA Phone R 154 Call At My Expense Housework and Headache There's relief for you housewives who suffer from aches and pains.: When lack of fresh air, working over a hot stove and the odor of cooking make your head throb, your back ache, your limbs tremble, just take 1 or 2 DR. MILES AntiPain Pills They'll relieve you quickly and safely. Your druggist sells them at pre-war prices 35 doses 25 cents. Economy package, iaj doses $x.oow r J if I "Xm "saassa BET? MORE ABOUT MARY. Mary had a bathing suit It w as cute without a doubt, But after she got in the thing The most of her w as out. !fc 3fc A HINT. A variant of a tale told here some months back is handed in by R. M. F., who relates that a colored preacher was denouncing sin after this fashion : "Bredern and sistem, Ah warns yo' against de sin of shootin craps! Ah charge yo' against de black rascality of stealin pullets. But above all else, Ah demolishes you against de crime -of melon stealin'. " A brother in a back seat made an odd sound with his lips, rose and snap-j ped his fingers. Then he sat down again with an abashed look. "Wherefore, mah friend," said the parson, "docs you rar up an' snap yo' lingers'" when I speaks of melon stealin'?" "You jes reminds me pahson," the man in the back seat answered meekly, "where ah lef mah knife las' night." v Each member of the family has a place in the home, and mother's seems to be in the kitchen and daugh ters m front of the mirror. It's just hardly possible the time will come when we shall hear this warning given at a mixed gathering: Remember, ladies, there are gentle men present!" S 3fr 9 THE BOOB CLASS FOR US. As a sample of the "deadly paral lel" between city and small town life, the following is clipped from a daily letter from New York written by 6. O. Mclntyre: New York thinks the great Amer ican boob is the leuow who is con tented to live in Horsecough, Ariz., own his own home, drive a flivver, work in his garden, attend Ms lodge and sit on the front porch in the evening. We wonder what the man from Horsecough would think of a fellow who strolls along fifth avenue wear ing a pearl derby, a monocle, bow- ribbon cuff links and lavender spats. He lives in a hail bedroom in a West Fifty-seventh street boarding house and is a floor walker in a candy store. S fl A lake girl who couldn't find her bathing suit- wondered if a moth had eaten it. 3& 5l WOOLUN-SOCKS. Everett Socks and Daisy Woolun, both of Indianapolis, were married the other day. Darn your own wheeze. Some Expressions We Never Hear. No my car isn't very fast. Al most everyone goes around me. These eggs aren't strictly fresh but they look fresh; so they sell all right. My boy isn't exceptional in any way; just an average youngster. One fish got away; but it was a very small one. Probably I don't get a very big salary, but I'm getting all Im worth. WATER vs. AIR. "A man in swimming has one ad vantage over the aviator.' remarked Black. "Howzat?" asked Brown. "Well, if anything happens, the swimmer can go down three times, but an aviator goes down just once." 3f JV A man is old when he'd rather get into his night clothes than his evening clothes at 9 oclock. x as x IN LIGHTER VESNE. There was a young man from Du Quesne, Whose manner was very innesne; He was stupid, not rapid, Insipid and vapid. The mere sight of him furnished a pesre. ? ALL MEN LIE ABOUT The time they had been waiting for a telephone number. Miles on a gallon. Speed of their rar. Value of property when insured and when taxed. Hon- b'trd thev wcrk. A Is I of to a fir "inrri-" " r""HWiittT THE LUCKY MAN. Many years I toiled away, Working hard for little pay, But I'm in better luck today For I'm a bricklayer now! boy who went to school with me, And later captured an "M. D.," . doing well, but he envies me For I'm a bricklayer now! have no sheepskin to display No titles help me on my way, But such things don't effect my pay For I'm a bricklayer now! ! KEEPING 'EM SAFE. 1- rank Koontz likes to tell ot a son Israel who went into his bank and approached the cashier. "I vant borrow ten dollars," he announced. "How long do you want it?" in- i quired the cashier knowing his customer to be worth thousands. "I vant it for six monts," replied the customer. "All right," said the cashier, and with a twinkle in his eye continued, "the rule of the bank is for two-name paper, you know." "Veil, I gif you Liberty Bonds for golateral." "All right. How many bonds do you want to put up as collateral?" "I put up fifty tousand dollars Liberty Bonds." j "That surely ought to be goocl for ten dollars," replied the cashier, and handed the customer $9.50, retaining fifty cents for discount. "Now," queried the cashier, "tell me why a man with fifty thousand dollars of Liberty Bonds should want to borrow ten dollars." "Veil," replied the other, "you have to keep 'em somevere dey vant to charge me fife dollars over dere for box." Sfi 3fi SAYRE-KRAUT. The "Names is Names" Club will be interested in the formal opening of Sayre-Kraut grocery at Wabash, Thursday, by Virgil Sayre and Paul Kraut. Home with some people is where mother does her lecturing and father does his growling. A? flP Ana another ieilow says home is where you scratch, no matter where it itches. COMING. We heard a girl from over north talking to another at the band con cert. Is Johnnie courtm you?" asked her friend. And then she told her rsot exactly, but he is getting there step by step. When he first called on me he sat all evening with the album in his lap. Next time he sat with my dog in his lap. Then he took my little brother in his lap And next Saturday night is my turn.' fl We saw a horse with a wooden leg over at the ball game Saturday Yeah, it was on the merry-go round. One can hear a lot these days about business being poor. But consider the hairpin manufacturer. Look what bobbed hair has done to him. -i" TOAST. Here's to your car And my car May they never meet. 4 3? Smart guy stopped at Ed Henry's. "Is this a second hand store?" he asked. And when was he says, "well Ed told him it I want one for my watch." 3( V 3& M. B. C. was in town long enough Saturday to tell us that he knows two girls named Iva Bench and Helen Jinks and a fellow who answers to "Whybrew" iown at Muncie. And we see by tbe 'Milford Mail that Daisy Hollar is asking for a divorce from Trvin Hollar. Maybe it got too noisy at their house. Ami Now In 'Closing Permit us to pass out the information that a rather neat way to escape falling- in love is falling into the lake. I lie JJiet BREMEN MEAT MARKET Wm. E. Walter, Proprietor 3 n?",,jrJ"" f"mKs GOOD MEAT Honest

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