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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 3

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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER. THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1924. SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES I A TRIP TO THE TROPICS 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 Wm. Nehr Fred Dettbrenner g Charles L. Berg 30t3 Board of Trustees F. V. Annis, Clerk of the Board, A Combination of Fun, Facts and Foolosophy from bumping them with his bundles. The police hiss you out of the way of danger and friends are always hissing to attract your attention. It is easily the real TYPICAL thing about Cuba. The tourist sees here a revival of the old phaeton. It moves in ail grades of society and splendor from the smart equipage of society folk, who drive fine bob tail horses, liveried drivers sitting high up in front on the elegant carriage to the dilapidated "hack" outfit with ruined upholstery, drunken driver and rack of bones. The street cars are small but maintain good schedule and run in great numbers. The taxi, of "Folingo", is the most popular means of transit with the tiurist. Zoning rates are establishetJSso that one may hire a taxi and ride anywhere within the city limits for about double the cost of street car fare. There are 8,000 licensed "folingoes" in Havana. Traffic rules are a hidden mystery to Conducted, Concocted and q T "1 f Confiscated W- C. JV. 0 THIRD INSTALLMENT. Sight seeing tours include the trip to Casa Blanka, a trip to the interior of the island, a trip to the beautiful and spectacular points in the city proper and a night ride over the boulevards, through the slums, gambling house and places of amusement. The Spanish national ball game of Jai Alai is interesting to any lover of athletics. Professional players whose salaries reach as much as $12,000.00 per month give exhibitions of this fascinating game. City parks are popular and band concerts, free to the public, are given every evening. A small Coney Island is open in the downtown district during the winter season and many boat trips Dark Rings Under Eyes For the relief of dark rings and blood shot eyes there is nothing better than simple camphor, witchhazel, hydrastis, etc., as mixed in Lavoptik eye wash. The quick action is surprising. Eye cup free (Fisher Bros., Druggists. adv. SONNET There was a young fellow named Pat Who stopped near a mule for a chat; When he woke up in bed The next day he said "I sure got a kick out of that!" GRACE UNITED BRETHREN Rev. A. F. Knepp, Pastor Sunday School, 9:30. I. Oliver Pfeiffer, Supt. Preaching Bervices, 10. SO. 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.S0 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. CJUeeting. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Chas. C. Cripe, Pastor tween East Street and Washington Street. Beginning at the center of Center Street and Dewey Street, thence east along Dewey Street with a 24 inch pipe sewer to Washington Street, thence south along Washington Street with an 18 inch pipe sewer 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 Resolution 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., 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 A husband ought so to live that when he dies the neighbors won't say can be taken from Havana to other isalnds of the West Indies. the tourist. It looks like a mess. POME I met a young girlie in Me., Who, with my affections, raised Ce., But when I next found her, With kiddies around her, It gave me a terrible Pe. 3ffr A COLD NIGHT IN IOWA. The furnace in a hotel in a little northern Iowa town had broken down and there were no stoves in the rooms. One big cannon ball stove in the office was supposed to heat the whole building. A St. Louis traveling salesman was there one blizzardy night. He was so cold that he got up and dressed, went back to bed, and still shivered. In desperation he went down to the office at 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 W. Plymouth st., Bremen. , Wm. A. Engel Mrs. Hallie Ringgenberg Downing. (TO BE CONTINUED.) NEIGHBORLY ADVICE in their kindly way that his widow might just as well have ended up his obituary notice with "Good riddance." Wonder if a down-state preacher was thinking of his salary or anything like that when he put on the weekly bulletin: "The church with the human touch." The Tropical Gardens is a beautiful picnic ground at the edge of the city. It has been developed both as to buildings and fine driveways. Of special interest is the profuse growth of native plants. Almost every variety of Tropical plant can be found in the wild state. Every convenience Freely Given by a Bremen Citizen. If you havent read the wantads, do Wien one has suffered tortures from a bad back and found relief from has been provided for visitors and the aches and pains, that person's advice is of juntold value to friends and neighbors. The following neighborly advice come from a Bremen resident. picnic parties. There are free kitch G. M. BUCK, Ph. G., M. D. Office in Nusbaum Block North Center St. Phones: Office 38; Res. 25. Bremen ens, tuny equipped, aming places and Oliver Ringle, South st., says: "I dance floors. It is a popular place for weddings. ' The average Cuban sends out wedding invitations broadcast and he and his guests are not have used Doan's Pills for several years whenever my kidneys troubled .Sunday Services:1 Sunday School, 9.30 a. Milo m. averse to a wild spree as part of the me and they have always brought help. In the winter and spring I had attacks of kidney trouble, espe ceremony. v aat wiser plan than to JONAS A. MILLER AUCTIONEER NAPPANEE, INDIANA Phone R 154 Call At My Expense Weaver, Supt. Sermon, 10.45. Teacher Training, 6.00 p. m. Christian Workers, 7 p. m. solate the happy crowd in this grove cially if I took cold. My back ach ed so I could hardly keep going. The Mrs. about 2 A. M. and began poking up the .fire. While thus engaged, and unknown to him, the village doctor entered to warm himself, having just returned from a long country drive. Suddenly the salesman saw the other man at his side. His whiskers were covered with ice. He had heaviest clothing on. His eyebrows were white with frost. Thinking that the doctor was another semi-frozen hotel guest, the St. Louisan exclaimed: "My good gosh! What room did you have?'' J GOOD IDEA. "I'm going to quit worrying," says Ollie Hoople. "It only makes you older and doesn't do any good. I'm going to hire some fellow at $20 and let the taxi drivers haul them home as they fall ? Recently 400 ONE OF THE MEANEST. ! The mean man ate a good meal at a restaurant and then, when he had finished dropped a half dollar on the floor. "Waiter," he said, as he paid his bill, "I just dropped two half dollars. Find them for me, will you?" The waiter disappeared under the table and in a short time emerged very red in the face. "I've found one of them, sir," he said. "Thanks," said the man as he pocketed the coin and rose. "When you find the other, keep it for yourself tip, you know." X X You Don't Know The Half of It, Dearie. Lost, somewhere between city hall action of my kidneys was irregular, loo. Doan's rills gave me relief from these attacks and strengthened my back and kidneys." members of the American Traveling Passenger Agents Association were served a mid-day repast of tropical dishes in the shade of one vast spreading tree that sheltered them from the rays of the sun. The bole 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. Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Pills the same that Mr. Rin of the tree is at least forty inches gle had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., in diameter and the limb spread Buffalo, N. Y. adv. about ninety-five feet. Near this ST. PAUL'S EVAN. LUTHERAN Rev. W. T. VogeL Pastor. Furniture and the home Nothing else you buy is quite as important as the furniture in your a day to do my worrying for me, and tree grows a column of Royal Palms NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS. Services every Sunday morning at 10 the first thing he can worry about is that lift their fronds forty feet in No. 24, 1924. oclock, alternating in German and where I'm going to get the $20. to the air. At every turn of the many driveways and walks some English. I j j English Sunday school at 11 oclock MONEY TO BURN new splendor of tree growth or flow ' Bremen, Indiana, July 22, 1924 every Sunday morning. n.m rv.;.. t, er bloom arrests the eye. It is easily the most remarkable collection Services every Sunday evening at I . i f home. You live with it year in and year out. It pays from a ser Board of Trustees TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: and the post office, or between the postoffice and city hall, a lady's handbag containing a diamond ring, a powder puff, a package of hairpins, $400 and a telephone number. Finder can keep handbag and contents if he will return telephone number. Adv. in Cleveland Star. Frank Koontz says he knows a man that's so gosh-hanged stingy he takes ,i li. a . J I " "c" timing ui tuc v UU1CU1 WHO, clock, alternating in German and . ' of plant growth to be seen by the -iuu-a ui uci in a i, ciictMiig account. Florida and Cuban sight tourist. said to hei-e husband at the begin ning of the second month: An auto . trip to the surrounding Notice is hereby given by the Board of Trustees, of the Town of Bremen, Indiana, that it is deemed "Oh, John, the bank sent me back suburbs and country is very enter taining. There is a high class res 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. all the checks I paid the bills with last month, so I haven't spent any off his glasses when he ain't got idential district where street after street of lovely homes prove that' vice standpoint to have good furniture. It pays, also, to have beautiful, harmonious furniture the kind that you don't tire of; for it MAKES your home. thing." necessary to moke the following described public improvement in the Town of Bremen, Indiana, authorized by the following numbered Improvement Resolution, adopted by Not even a beautiful face and di Havana is the winter residence city of many wealthy families. Teacher Training class meets every nothin' to look at. 9fr EVEN STEVEN. A son of Erin, Tim by name, board Wednesday at 7.00 p. m. This restricted district is probably vine form can make a girl look as attractive as a rich father. not older than, twenty years and is Women's Missionary Society meets every last Thursday in the month ed a street car. All seats were oc being added to constantly. Some of ? fr A gossip may be nrettv eood at cupied except one, in which a quite at 2.30 p. m. the homes have the value and ap pearance of ancient castles. Spanish grouchy-appearing man had seated a pet monkey beside him. Finally Tim Official Board Meeting of the church every first Tuesday of the month at reading between the lines, but she gets more of a thrill listening in on one. style of building prevails. walked up and pointing at the mon 7.30 p. m. The streets of the city are more or key, said : MERSMAN DINING AND LIBRARY TABLES are thoroughly good in quality They help build just the kind of home atmosphere we speak of. Come in and let us show you these tables. HUFF'S "THE HOME OF UNUSUAL FURNITURE" 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 south 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 be- less in bad repair. Nothing like Age is what makes a lot of things "Beg your pardon, sir, but has this Everybody reads Enquirer want ads. systematc up-keep is attempted gent paid his fare?" it now it pays. look wicked to you. WJhenever a street gets too rough to use traffic seeks a better street; Without a word the grouch picked up the monkey, sat him on his knee and Tim took the seat. After line of least resistence. V YOUTHFUL AMBITION. Another little girl, out from Chi Havana has a wonderful Catholic cemetery. About eighty percent of a few blocks Tim asked: "Beg pardon, sir, but what nation ality is your friend?" cago on a visit to her uncle, inquired as she watched the young pork the Cubans are Catholics. Colon cemetery is justly celebrated for the ers cavorting about the hog lot: "Half Irish and half ape!" snap Do your pigs want to be bacon or ped the grouch. sausages when they grow up?" tine sculpture worK used in grave markings. A majority of the family lots in the cemetery are marble covered and each individual grave Tim smiled genially. "Begora, and j he's related to both of us, ain't he ? 3 DELAYED ACTION. In England they never start show has an added raised marble slab. There are, also, manv vaults and Ski US. Royal Cords BALLOON- BALLOON-TYPE -HIGH PRESSURE Built of Latex-treated Cords Well, Not Bad, At Least. Pensacola Evening News. ing commedies on Saturday night. They are afraid they will start laughing in the churches. mausoleums and several fine monuments. An abundance of floral and During the month of June there tree decorations attest the care of were 1,11 births in the city of Pensa the living for their dead. HIS. MUSICAL CAREER. Two colored men were digging in a The city markets afford a new an cola and only 29 deaths. That is, the death rate was less than one-fourth as large as the birth. The local gle in the study of Cuban life. They trench when rne remarked, "Say, if I won dat Bok nrize ' I'd t'row His are three in number and, after' a health department is evidently doing fashion, are like our own big city old shovel 'bout seben miles." municipal markets. Except that good work. g 3 SOME PREDICAMENT. BLACKSMITHING 1 now have help in my blacksmith shop for heavy work, such as tire setting, and can give you pood service and the bet work in this line. First class horse shoeing is our specialty. Prompt service. H. RAKAFF W. Plvmouth St. "Yeah!" sneered his companion, 'and if a bullfrog had wings he'd fly." something of the far eastern bazaar is added. The produce offered is new "I -.lunno. Maybe he wouldn't" said An advertisement in a Cleveland paper reads: "Will gentleman who and wierd to the eye of the tourist tl-9 first man. "He done got fo' laigs an' he won't walk." The market is in a large build took wrong coat in restaurant Wed nesday please communicate and ex plain matters to mv wife. Writer 3 flp Sf, COMING BACK FAST. We don't dare mention any names ing where stalls are rented by the salesman. Everything from vegetable to clothing is offered. A few of the things noted in passing, are wore wrong coat home and wife found powder puff and garter in pocket of "3IGHT now the user of Royal Cords is Xv profiting by a development in tire building that is anywhere from three to five years ahead of the industry as a whole Latex-treated cords. The Latex Process, which gives so much added strength and wearing quality to Royal Cords, was invented and patented by the makers of United States Tires. It will undoubtedly supersede all other methods. You can get the benefit in Royal Cord High Pressure Tires of all sites from 30 x 3V2 inches up, in Royal Cord Balloon Tires for 20 and 21 inch rims, and Royal Cord Balloon-Type Tires that fit your present wheels and rims. And you can get it nou. United StatcsTSncs arc Good Tires .fish of every variety, crabs, craw same. Party responsible for mis but the boys are telling about one of our barbers who thought he would kid the bald-headed man. fish, wild game birds , chickens take will confer lasting favor by shrimp, oysters, clams, egg plant sugar apples, northern apples, pears "Don't you know," he said, rubbing the bald spot, "your head feels just communicating. Box 4769." fc ANOTHER PREDICAMENT. novelties, liquors, cabbage, sweet like mv wife's cheek." corn, beets, carrots, yams, grape Sunday two Wjoodland lovers went fruit, oranges, peppers, bananas to church. When the collection was grapes, linens, ready-to-wear appar being taken up the young man ex el, pottery, hardware, tobaccos, lot plored his pockets, and finding no tery tickets, meats, groceries, driet thing, whispered to his sweetheart fruits, salt fish, smoked meat cannei 1 haven t a cent, I changed my goods, and no end of native fruits not recognizable to the foreign eye .Meanwhile the girl had been The market is not clean. searching her bag and finding nothin The customer reached up and stroked his head for a moment, then said : "By golly it does, doesn't it?" 9fr 3fr 3fc MIGHT BE ARRANGED. They had spent the summer at the seashore and she had worn a one-piece Annette Kellerman most of the time. When they parted in the early fall, ho said : "Well, I hope I'll see more of you this winter." "In winter!" she exclaimed. "See more of me? YVolI, you might, at that, if we m et at a dinner party." One of the queer things one no blushed a rosy red and said, " I'm in tices while travelling about Cuba i the use of a hissinjr noise (psst) i: Mark irade the same predicament." Sfi Jfr And Now In Closing 53 place of the good American exclam Buy U.S. Tire from ation "HEY", "LOOK OUT" etc. patron hisses the conductor to at MAST & KUNTZ BREMEN, INDIANA. rtNClLCOMWNY I tract Ins attention when ready to oive a inoupu to i lie leiiow v. ho keeps his nose to the grindstono so that his wife may turn lu-rs up nt tho neighbors. I '4 i PH11 ADF! PHI USA leave the i-ar. A porter hisses ev eryone in r,is line or march to keep

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