Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 4, 1890 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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P^33^<3Rr^^^ FOR TEN DAYS MORE On account of some special alterations in our new room corner of Fourth and Market street, we will have to occupy our old quarters lor ten days longer during which time we will sell the remaining stock at prices that will gurrantee you a From 25 to 33 per cent. Be sure and call during this sale chmitt & Heffley. JOIN Harry G. Tucker's Suit Club. Investigate the new mode of buying a suit for $2.00 A"RTRY G TUCKER JCiL JLIL JH. JL VJ • -A- *J **-•' -flJk. A-+ -*-*-5 Merchant Tailor, 32O Pearl Street. "Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt" Right from.the start when, we advertised to Close up our retail Clothing trade, the peodle took stock 'in our assertion, and came by the scores to can-}" off bargains. The Community knows we never deceive, we never advertise for buncomb, our htntcments were always accepted as true. We are daily making deductions on every G-arment in. the house to induce stock and wind up as soon a possible. All are invited to carry oft a bundle, and save Dollars and Cents on your purchases On the corner of Market and Third Streets. Have your eyes examined and fitted by A . Graduate Optieion Any Defect of Vision Corrected. JAVA & MOCHA FFEI ANDY WELCH, Fancy Grocer, Sile Agent Sunday Journal. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY. 4 Read the Bee Hive's advertisement. Solid silver coffee and tea spoons, at Taylor's. may2d2t See the "loversknot rings" at Taylor's jewelry store. umySdSt A-cordial welcome awaits you at any of tbe churches to-day. Miss Bertie Roach, of Delphi, is visiting friends in the city. Curtain poles with fixtures, only 19 cents, at the Golden Rule. Mrs. J. W. Irons is visiting friends at Indianapolis over Sunday. Mrs. W. Davis, of Galveston, is visiting her brother, D. D. Fickle. Attend the Gospel Temperance meeting at the rink this afternoon, White goods and embroidery. Monday, very cheap, at the Golden Rule. Still 20 patterns of those nice suit- ings at $12.fiO left, at the Golden Rule. Bit? drives in our cloak rooms, at the Trade Palace dry goods and carpet house. See the new ginghams and challies, at the Trade Palace dry goods and carpet house. Mrs. Ellen Burns departed yesterday for Colorado, where she pxpects to remain during the summer. Hon. j. P, Wright of Reynolds,) will address the Gospel Temperance Union at the rink this afternoou. Miss Mollie Cfreice returned to her home in Wabash yesterday after a pleasant visit with friends in the city. Dr. G. N. Fitch is haring a neat iron fence put up around his residence, corner of Market and Seventh streets. Miss Jessie White returned yester- da3' from Chicago, where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Homer Winklebleek. Ladies, it will be a source of satisfaction to learn what the Bee Hive dry goods house has to offer you this coming week. Master Harry Dunbar, son of Chas. Dunbar. is reported slightly better, but his condition is still such as to alarm his friends. Wanted, a good appetite. You can have it easy enoug. by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. It tones the digestion and cures sick headache. 11 Christian Science services at G. A. R. hall to-day. Bible lesson, 0:30; services at 11 o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Mrs. H. Frazier and Miss Mollie Hc- Cauley went to Chicago yesterday to visit friends, after which will return to their home in Indianapolis. Knox county boasts an assessor who can bark. He uses his accomplishment to arouse all the dogs that tax-payers attempt to sequester. Mrs. Shoemaker aud daughter Belle, and Mrs. MeCauley, of Indianapolis who were in attendance at the May Day Ball went home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Kuhn, of Columbus, O., who were here to attend the May Day Ball, and visit friends in the city, returned to their home yesterday. A good appetite, good digestion, steady nerves, pure blood and healty liver, can be bad by, using Osborn's System Pills, for sale by all druggists, 25 cents. apri!24d6m. The following party from Long Cliff is spending Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee: Mieses Jennie Hood, Eva Louthain, Maud Pyles and E. A. Hammond, aud Messrs. Gus Dorsch, Win Heward and Scott Treisback. Fishing is now reported good at the lake and. the party expects to hook many of the finny beauties. THE PRIZE ESSAY. The B*atrio:Ic Bnffltiem'ft ef the American JF1UR IVIun it:i!«<•(! Over the D*ul>lU*. Hrlioolu. Following is the essay written by Bcnj. Long of the High School, which was awarded the prize by the Youth's Companion for being the best eft-ay sent from the public schools of this State and which secures for the Legansport school a beautiful flag: The patriotic influence of tin. 1 American Hag when raised over the public schools is so great and far- reaching that it can scarcely be exaggerated. In fact, there is no other place in ourgreut country where the stars aridstripes can be raised with greater patriotic eli'eor. 'L'liere can be no better timd for in- culcatiijg into the niinils of our future citi/.t'iis lessons of patriotism aud virtue than in their school days, and these lessons can be excellently begtiu by raising the Hag over our schools. The presence-of "Old Glory" over our school buildings excites the curiosity of the younger pupils, and at homo aud at School they inquire concerning its meaning, and why so much importance is attached to it. As the interesting truths concerning this flag aud the couiitrv it represents are reveaU-d to them.and as they learn that it is the symbol of right, justice, equality and liberty, their admiration and Jwouder is increased, and the influence of the ilag which now means so much to them, causes them to put a higher estimate upon their school and work; causes them to wei^h aud consider their individual acts; causes them to respect the rights of others; causes them, even HL this early age, to know that "liberty" does not mean "license. 1 ' rhe more they learn nbout their country the more they wish to know aud the stronger their love for it becomes. The sight of the flag revives in the minds of the older p'upils memories of its exciting experience, of the trials of our country and of its present greatness, aud so gives them increased interest in their study of hi.-rory and government. The interest of one and all in their country is so aroused, aud their desire for moro knowledge is so great that they make an earnest demand lor more patriotic instruction in the schools. And if the flag were raised over every school building in our laud, the patriotic impulses and the demand for more instruction in that /liue aroused thereby would lead to a much-needed improvement in our excellent school system; that is the adoption of a more extensive course of patriotic instruction. If this one thing were accomplished and it is perfectly clear that it would be, the good done to this and to all succeeding generations is almost inestimable. The amount of patriotic instruction now given in our public schools is entirely inadequate to the needs of the children of foreigners, of whom there are so many. Most of them leave their native country because "df dislike for it, and they dislike our country upon the slightest pretext. The children receive little patriotic tea hing at home, hence they must receive it at school. The greatness of our country, the struggles of our ancestors for freedom, the justice and equality of our laws, arid the glory of the old flag should be jealously impressed upon thfir minds. Wirh this new and excellent course of instruction aud influence, all brought about by raising the flag over the schools, the foreigners will grow up to be excellent citizens, and we shall not hear in our very midst, of anarchy and cries of "throttle the law." Our American children will also be greatly beuefltted by this improvement. Cinder the influence of the old flag and this wholesome instruction, mey will bold their country and its emblem in reverence, and will early become young patriots. They will grow up to be intelligent men and women, zealous in the support and defense of their country, and will be citizens in whom any nation could justly take pride. They will be fully competent to guide the affairs of state, and under their care our land will really be the land of the free and home of the brave. The Conking Clnb. The Cooking Club was charmingly entertained Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Patterson at their home. The day was the second anniversary of their marriage and the event was indicated by souvenir spools of cotton appropriately decorated. After refreshments the evening was passed in progressive euchre Miss Gertrude R isenthal and Mr. C. B. Stevenson carrying off the prizes. The services at the Christian Church to-day are as *follows: At 9:30 a. m., Sunday School; 11 a. m., preaching service; 6:15 p. m. young people's meeting; 7:30 p. m.. Hon Joe Critchfleld will deliver aninteresting and instructive lecture. To all these services you are cordiaHy invited. Cards have been issued announcing the approaching marriage of Miss May Sebastian to Mr. David D. Younger. The ceremony will be performed next Wednesday evening at G o'clock at the First Presbyterian church, Rev. Dr. Putnam officiating. Messrs. S. J. DeFrance, of Phila delphia, and H. H. Levy, of Skowe- gan, Mich., are in the city in the interests of the Western Union Life Insurance company of Detroit. Itewnre of i*n iimonla. Use at once BAKER'S PCRB CQD Linm Oit or EMULSION. Tbe genuine only. Oft CONTINUATION Of the greatest bargains of all the bargains ever offered* Here is now going on at HARRY FRANK'S The entire stock of Mr. S H. Kasley bought at a great sacrifice will be sold at less than 50 cents on the v. dollar, !' Flanel'Shirts 2uc. Cassimere Shfrt* • 33 cents. Suspenders 15e. Linen Collars 10 cents Unlatindred Shirts 33c. Laundred Shirts 43 cents. Shirts and Drawers 25c. Knit Jackets 50 cents. Jockey Caps 25c Children's panteJKic And thousands of dollars worth of other goods. The's are \vonterful bargains Unparalleled in the furnishing Trade. Prudent biiyers owe it to themselves to call and see for themselves—We boldly and truthfully state that no Merchant can sell his goods at such figures unless procured at similiar circumstances—Come and be astonished HARRY FRANK, Leader of Low prices at Logansport and Delphi. C. E. KILBORNE'S BAKERY AND RESTAURANT, 317 Market Street Is the best place in the city for board, by the meal or . week. Meal tickets of 21 meals only $3.50. Use "Peerless" and "Boston Brown" Bread. What Merchants Say "There's something wrong-for we can't make those prices, we cannot buy at some of them McCaffrey's will not sell at what they claim to-or, if they do, poor qualities, short weights explain it" Nonsense! What folly if we'd advertise a price we did not hope you'd come and buy at. We had better close our doors than to refuse to sell at what we say we wiU. As to poor qualities and short weights-those who 4 know best know better. Compare ou standard goods- • such as neither they nor we can cheat on These for instance f Best Sugar Cured Hams, trcsh smoked, per 11) many dealer charge 12l'_> _ tx^c Best Sugar Cured Shoulders, per Ib 8Vj;c is the price at other stores «3ijc , Best Breakfast Bacon, per Ib Look at your Pass Book and se« it you are not paying lOc,. Best smoked side meat, per Ib Best Dried Beef, perlb Best Country Lani. perlb FancySorted Potatoes, perbu _ 3S e Another quality Potatoes, per bu '25 t A good Family Flour, per hundred S' 85 e The Best Flour, Pink Sack, under the brand of "Snow Ball" guaranteed better than any i>raml of Flour made In Logansport, per hundred..... 2 l« e Cora Meal, White bolted, perlb _ Jtfce Fancy Golden C Suiiar, per Ib #u» Choice Fancy C Sugar, per Ib B e Choice extra C Sugar, per Ib 6l<* White, extra C Sugar, perlb KM Soft A Sugar, perlb suja Standard A Sugar, per Ib fityc Best Granulated Sugar, per Ib (Hie Fancy Bulk Boasted Coffee, per Ib _ 22 c AJax—Roasted Coffee,.per Ib. package 24 t Kxtra Choi e Package Boasted Coiree, the Cordoba—with a Story Book enclosed—rex Ib 25 e E. L. C. Package Roasted Collee. peril) 25 c The Vesper Packa e, a 'oinbination bleiiiied to make a most excellent drink, per ib.... 2S c Mocho and Java Boasted Coffee, extraordinay tine per Ib. ; oft r A Good Green C'ffee, perlb...... _ a2 « A Fancy Green Colfee, per Ib a t Fancy Peaberi-y Green CoBee 23 o Fancy Bananas, per .doz 20 c Fancy Layei-Figs per Ib •.....: M c Fancy Dates, per Ib „.... M e Omnges, per doz 15 o Fancy Lemons, per doz , '15 « • Fancy Mince Meat, per Ib , T^e No business ever prospered as ours for ten years € with an element of fraud about it. . ?• What Mechanics Say \ Some Mechanics tell us they have saved f 500 in ' the last five years by buying of McCaff. ey's. What costs them $20 elsewhere must cost the $11 here to do it. One could soon buy a home with such a saving. Argument is folly anyway. Our prices are facts that need no comment. Our reputation guarantees our weights and qualities. If it were not so McCaffrey would not be a competitor wortk worrying about. As it is who would not trade with us? McCaffrey & Co, t

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