Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 26, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, May 26, 1894
Page 8
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HERMSDORF" FAST BLACK HOSE. Only 23c for Ladies' Sizes, and for a few "days only we give a beautiful souvenir. Come and see the goods. SGHMITT 6c HEFFLEY mm. PITS. NIK I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR ill Kinds of Paints DAILY JOURNAL SATTIBDAY MORNING, MAY 26. Bee If you are going to use any Paints COME AND ME. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I make a specialty line of goods and am in a shape to sell you any- ; «Mng in the line for less money than it is possible for •^ay competitors to do. 1 WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity Paints YouIWant Come and See Me B. F. KEESLING, Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. Just Received the Largest Line of FLY NETS, HAMMOCKS, LAP DUSTERS, ^SPRAYING PUMPS That Has Ever Been Seen in thelCit.y They Are As Low as the Lowest. JPlease Call at OEOROB HflRRISOM 424 Broadway. Bolts and belt buckles, at the Hive. $4 for $2.48, duck suits at the Trade Palace. New wrappers only 87 cools, at the Golden Rule. Huntlngton loe cream at Ben Fleher'e soda fountain, only 5 cents. The best unlaundried shirts In the world, $1, at Harry Frank's. Duck suits, at leas than price of making, only $2.48.—Trade Palace. Many seasonable novelties on exhibition at the Bee Hive today under price. Choice butter atDolan'a for 11 cents per pound; choice strawberries 8} cents per quart. Oh! what exquisite pleasure it 1§ to wear our cool underwear.—-Patterson, the Haberdasher. Tonight the Juvenile Templars will give an entertainment at the Good Templar's hall. Admission free. For Sale—$5,000 and $10,000 accident tickets for $10 and $20 per year by S. M. ClosBon, No. 319 Pearl street. William Dolan has a full stock of groceries at the old stand—Opera House—which he is Belling cheap Give him a cull. Why pay 10 cents a glass for ice cream soda when Ben Fisher will Bell you the best for 5 cents, Hurffcngton tee oream at that. Rheumatism racks the system like a thumbscrew. It retreats before the power of Hood's Sarsaparilla, whloh purifies the blood. One of the Noble township schools had a splendid dinner yesterday at the closing celebration and sent the Journal a box of elegant cake. We do not like to see the schools close but if they must close we will always take the cake. IMMM or * PerMQal CfaarMtvr Oo» eernlnc LoK«nip«rt«M •»* Ttoel* Frlendi Ml«s Etta Finch la entertaining Mis Edyth Jamison of Peru. Miss Lorena Hoffman of Winama IB visiting her brother I, C. Hoffman Mrs. A. M. Underbill IB entertaining Mrs. Leman and daughter, MU Lottie. Harvey Gulp of Kokomo, came up yesterday to attend the High Soboo banquet. Miss Alia Young returned last even ing from a few days visit with friends at Wabash. Mies Alice Mahan of Kokomo, is visiting Miss Nina Justice on Market street. Mr. and Mrs, John F. Dodds ol Cleveland, O , aro in the city called here by the serious illness of Miss Mae Dodds. David Jackson and two daughters of Akron, 0., are visiting here, the guests of John T. Jackson and family On High street. Delphi Journal: Mlea Hattle Clary and Mrs. J. Br Messenger, of Logans, port, attended the dedicatory services at the Baptist church last Sabbath. In connection with the succcossful engagement of the excellent repertoire company headed by Mr. and Mrs, Robt. Wayne at Bolan's Opera House tbis week, a pretty romance has developed and ono of the final acta o! this popular company for the season of 1893-4 will be their attendance at a wedding which will bind together i the lives, as love has bound the hearts, of two of their most popular members. It waa announced yesterday to their friends that on Wednesday evening, June 6th, at tho parlors of the Hotel English at Indianapolis, Miss Beatrice Earle Wiles, a charming and talented member of the company, will be united in marriage to Mr. John A. Hlmmelein, the very pleasant associate manager of tho company. Mr. and Mrs. Hemmelela will be "at home" at his pleasant summer home on Kelley Island, O., after June 12th. The Jouanal throws its old shoe in advance. MEN'S SUITS Of all inducements that have been offered men to buy a Spring Suit, our offer of $10, $12 and $15 For the nobbiest thine in Long Cut Sacks and Frocks in New Spring Fabrics, is without doubt the greatest offer ever made. A. C. BRYCE. Tie Progress Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. J. E. Pierson, Manager. THE WAR IS OVER lut the stirring incidents of that time have cot been forgotten by the BRAVE BOYS IN BLUE THE SALMON THE ? fe.,v I OUR STOCK OP WOMEN'S LOW SHOES OHEftP rtND COMPLETE,, THEM- COME IN ftND SEE Wf\LKER & RflUOH. 420 Broadway. The, Weather Today—Clear and warm. HEW YORK STRAff HAT UNDERWEAR WE CAN MAKE YOU COMFORTABLE SHIRTS. ONE OF OUR HOBBIES. A Sir Knight Surprised. One oftbepleasanteBt recent incidents in the doings of the Uniform Bank, Knights of Pythias, was the surprise which that body perpetrated upon Sir Knight, Thos. M. Qulgley at his home near Eighteenth street on Broadway last evening. The surprise 'had been arranged so quietly that although "Tom" rode up town on the same car with the division last evening he did not "catch on" until the crowd stopped at Eighteenth street and tiled into bia residence, giving the familiar Division yell as they did so. He then began to aoe that something was up and remembering that it was the 47th anniversary of his birth and realizing that the Knights had come to celebrate with him the event, he gave up and looked pleasant, giving tho party a hearty and fraternal welcome. The evening was spent In card playing and the several experts in the Division set up a pleasant rivalry In the game of "hearts" which added a considerable zest to the evening's enjoyment. An elegant lunch was •erved to the boys and it was not until along towards midnight that the self- invited guesta departed with many wishes for "happy returns of the day." GM Payment*, The gas payments continued yesterday with unabated vigor. About the lame number paid up. The list last evening showed o24 paid, ten of the number paying the first installment. The list was aa follows: I. S. Smith, Mrs. Sophia Smith, Fred Hocken- beamor, Miss Martha Buchanan, Wm. Peters, Ferry Jenueaa, S. D. GraffHn & Son, J. J. Campbell, Campbell Bros., |Benry Whipperman, George Campball, John Z. White, I. N. Cory. Thomas Mandera, Nicholas jFrlei, William Hupp, L. L. Truman, John Truman, John Leonard, Margaret Busjahn, Michael Hand, B. Z. Lewis, G. C. Pitman. Who to gallantly defended the nation's Honor The present and rising generation will never tire of the stories of might and valor performed upon the great battle fields of the south. The Memorial War Book Contains ail these deeds stt forth in an accurate and is When the Up* of Beauty Are parted in a smile, they disclose a row of pearls rivaling in purity those which the diver brings up from the bottom of the Persian Sea. What will best preserve these gems of the mouth? 80ZODONT, the celebrated boautiBer and preservative of the teeth. graphic manner to which a further beauty added by the numerous half-tone photographic reproductions of men and places of the time. can only be secured at the This magnificent work Daily Journal Portfolio Department, in vreek'y parts, for 10 cents and three coupons. PART 7 NOW READY. ASK YOUR BARBER FOR EXCELSIOR SCALP CURER AND HAIR PRODUCER jV- ' 822 Pearl Street, it islWARRANTED to Cure Baldness and aU JDlseaees of the Scalp. Office and ..' ":':-:, -^ ^C^-^:'^ •>^;.&?<4K^:^

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