The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on August 28, 1924 · Page 3
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August 28, 1924

The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 3

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?1 TIIREE an? f fwrenraar? i P F o A Combination of Fun, Facts and Foolosophy conducted, - n 1.1 Concocted and q T 1 Confiscated -Vv-C. J.V. Ci 0 THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1924. n ffers POME. The chambermaid came in the room Ar.1 said: "Get up, you sinner We need the sheets for tablecloths And it's nearly time for dinner." v NO ROAD HOG. Some folks who were driving down below riymouth the other day stopped to help another car out of the ditch. "How did it happen?" they asked one cf the men in the other car. "Well, you shee, it was thish way," Our Big Dollar-Event ! ONE DAY ONLY Store Open Until 10.00 P. M. Band Concert During f The Evening he explained. "I was coming down j thish road, not more than twelve or j f.fteen miles an hour, when what did H I shee coming. but a big concete cul- A Sept, 5 Gallons of Jugs for CLOSE DECISION. We know a ball player who says his wife is just like an umpire. She never thinks he's safe when he's out. A little girl who attended a circus while away on a vacation trip said they threw peanuts on the ground near the elephant and he cleaned them up with his vacuum sweeper. EXPERIENCE, EH? ' A little lad left his Sunday school teacher without anything to say the ether Sunday when one of the boys in the class declined to put his money in the collection basket. "Do you know where little boys go who don't put their money in the basket?" asked the teacher. "Sure," piped up one. "To the movies." t i TEMPUS FUG IT. Says that Bald Headed Cousin of Ours in his column: "We haven't seen' that Corpulent Cousin of ours for several months, but a mutual friend informs us that he is getting so fat he rocks himself to sleep trying to get out of a chair." But you don't know the half of it, dearie. The foliage on the far corner of our knob is getting thinner every day. Who knows ? 3$ WHEN IS IT? One of Ed Crittenden's boys started something the other evening. "Daddy," he asked, "is today tomorrow' ? " "No, of course it isn't," was the reply. "But you said it was," insisted the boy. "When did I say today was tomorrow?" asked Crit. "Yesterday." "Well, it was. Today was tomorrow yesterday, but today is today, just as yesterday was today yesterday, but is yesterday today and tomorrow will be today tomorrow, which makes today yesterday and tomorow all at ence. Now you better get ready for bed." ill Jl 6 Gallons of Jars for 1 gal. Jar and 1 ! lbs. of G Sugar vert, so I turned out to let it pass end tl-.ash all." 1- ANCIENT LEGEND. It was somewhere in Italy in the darkest days of the daik ages. "'Your Highness," announced a court attendant. "An America.i bootlegger has just arrived at the rnlaee with a supply of choice American hooch." Caesar P.orgia's eyes lighted with nr. unholy fire. "Show him up risrht away," he chortled. "My eld reliable stock of poisons hasn't been functioning at all s a t i s f a c to r i 1 y lately." V JUST A LITTLE STORY. There was a man by the name of Little. He was a little man, and he had a little job in a little college in a little town and he received only a little salary. He married a little woman and they went to live in a little cottage, and after a while there were a lot of Littles. One day a friend said to him: "Little, I don't see how you get along. You are such a little man anl have such a little wife, and you have that little job at a little salary and all those litre Liilles." To this Mr. Little replied, "Every Little helps!" FUNNY BIRD. Big Special 1 5 bars any Tolet Soap for $ 1 4 cans No. 2 1-2 Del Monte Apricots si SI fc fcM At fcfc At kTa J fc Jja ifti ijfc ift jfe Jfc JS ifc tft ijTW J4 2 1 -lb. cans Golden Sun Coffee and choice of 1 -4 lb. Golden Sun, or 1-2 lb. Herschey Cocoa for Four 50-watt Tungsten Light Bulbs for si "That's what makes me soar," said the eagle, looging at his wings. MAKE EVERY DOLLAR DO THE WORK OF TWO $ $ 'f1 4 ' 't""t' i "t HHf44t $ Values in the Look What a Dollar Will Buy In Our Shoe Department Men, Don't Over-look these Values ry Goods Dept. n Men's Work Shoes . ... . i a vv x at $2 $2 v 3 yds. best quality table oil cloth ... $1 , 5 yds. Standard Percale $1 5 yds. 36 inch Cretonne $1 3 yds. Crepe Dress Goods $1 6 yds. Heavy Unbleached Muslin ... $1 3 yds. 20" bleached Linen toweling . . $1 1 yd. 72 inch white table Damask . . $1 4 Ladies' colored swiss voile hdkfs . . .$1 3 Ladies' Fancy Boxed hdkfs $1 3 pr. Ladies' black mercerized Hose $1 1 pr. ladies' out sized Silk hose . . $1 Boys' light colored- percale shirts, slightly soiled, with collar attached or band, sizes 12 to 14 2 for $1 Men's Grey cotton Sweater, roll collar. Sizes 34 to 44. for $1 Men's Lisle Hose Blk of Brown 40c grade 3 pr. for $1 Men's Shirts, with collar attached or band, 1.25, 1.50 and 2.00 val ... $1 Men's Kakhi pants, all sizes up to1 42 waist, 1.75 value per pair $1 Men's and Boys' Clothing, .$1.00 off on every $10.00. Cut Glass Value up to S3.00 for $1 SI. 50 Fountain Pen SI Ladies' Hand Purses, Value to $3.50 $1 Talcum Powder, 5 boxes, any 25e talcum powder $1 o Boxes 50c Stationery $1 MANY OTHER BARGAINS at FISHER'S DRUG STORE Men's outing work shoes, all solid leather, $2 a pair Ladies white canvas and Sea Island cloth oxfords and straps high and low heels, mostly small sizes, some large M '4 at $1 a pair Child's barefoot sandal or play oxford, in brown, just the thing for the boy or girl to wear to school, sizes 8 1-2 to 2 Four ladies' colored Swiss voile Handkerchiefs at $1 a pair Men's athletic union suits, sizes 34 to 46 Two Suits for $1 $1 Men's fine dress shoes, in our $6.00 or $7.00 lines $1 off per pair BREMEN MEAT MARKET Wm. E. Walter, Proprietor These values represent only a few of the hundreds of bargains we will offer. Your Dollars will go a long way on this great Dollar Day. Many items not mentioned here will be included, consisting of odds and ends, short lots, etc., formerly selling at several times the price, to clean up now at $1. Make our store your headquarters during Dollar Day. A Sanitary, Up-To-Date Shop where you can get the very best quality of FRESH and CURED MEATS - -1 ;'. at all times. Wholesome '.t: - "0 roasts, juicy steaks, tender r Tin3 TVlp, i IL-i n Li L- i MH f ' :, "J? young poultry, cold meats for n s h 1 jansS ci t let -rii r" -t'bj 4 l'ie lot aJ"s everything in f our line is here for you. GOn Mr: AT lionet Weight FAIR PRICES .1 H

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