Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 27, 1920 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE. -T WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1920. LOCAL NEWS NOTES! Speaking at Royal Centre. " ) See Bazley's Ad, Page 6. , Parcel delivery. Phoue 53. j Neefi clasGeo? b-e» Or. Baser. !~ Choice cut round steak, 30c pound. --Bazley. See Babe Ruth's autograph baseball at S. R. billiard parlor. ; Ask your grcces for Made-Rite 'flour. Money refunded If not good. ~; Dr. J. D. Taylor, the optometrist, ·''will make you see." 304 Fifth St. j '-. Wanted--High school girls over sixteen, for Saturdays.--F. W. Wool- ·srorth Co. . . . . . . - A. J. Cook and H. F. Mam-ell will Is'-sld a joint Duroc hog sale at the ·frvmer's sale barn, one and one-half ;j;Mles east of Flora, Friday, Oct. 29. Hon. George "VV. Rauch, ex-member of congress, .and I.Ira. Adelbert P. Fiynn will ulscuss the Issues of this campaign at the Royal theatre, at Royal Centre. Thursday, Oct. 28. .1920, at 8 o'clock P. M. Muslo by high school Quartette. Instructions on voting. Everybody welcome. 10,000 Voters Wanted To cast their vote at W. H. Porter Co.'s drug store. the straw vote with 8,000 other Rexall stores, and get daily returns. Voting closes Saturday, October 30. Come and vote. LOCAL NEWS NOTES Just Received. League of Nations Ncn-partisan and unabridged! A shipment of new models in raincoats. It will pay you to see them See Bazley's Ad, Page 6. Oysters 65c quart.--Bazley. See Babe Ruth's autograph baseball at S. R. billiard parlor. Trimmed silk velvet hats, $6.50 to J8.50-- Mrs. George! MorlarJty, 228 East Miami avenue. Four per cent interest on certificates of deposit--First National bank. We are taklne Combination sale Saturday, pcto- vve are Tatting feer ^ a( . th(j H[gh gtreet sale barn List your articles for this sale. Wanted--High school girls over sixteen, for Saturdays.--F. W, Wool- ·worth Co. · · Mrs. Ego Smith has returned to her home in this city after a. two cov-'iss of the covenant of the League * ' lies 01 me covenant. 01 we uuafouo , - · D ._... f T ,,n o i « (,, T ,, · · · Nations, with notes on disputed | Th9 B1 SSest Little SLore in Town. points by the American Bar Association Committee, composed of lead- lawyers of your disposal quarters, 322V» pples and Potatoes the country, are at | I have Just received a carload of at Democratic head- j Michigan, apples and Wiscorisin po- Broadway. \ Come tatoes. Nov- is" the time to lay in your supply for the winter. W. H. MUNROE. 410 Market St. and get your copy, or phone 989. or write us. and wo will send it to you. DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COM. ,,, ,. , m , - , Erie Avenue Repair Shop Washington lOWnsmp | ignition systems, generators, car- Meeting of all voters, both men | buretors, magnetos, bicycles .docks, ·and -women, will be held -at -Palmer j rebuilt and repaired.--1635 Erie Ave. school house, in the -west precinct ( ' -- .--·---- of Washington township. Tta«dayj Business Room Wanted fl en * g ;±f °*f :^ ±£-H° I Centrally located. Broadway, Fourth weeks visit with her uncle, B.. P. McCaslin of Mcnett, Mo. Pile sufferers can only get quick, safe and lasting relief by removing the cause-- cutting and salves won't do. Hem-Rold, a harmless tablet, 13 guaranteed by W.'H. Porter Co.-Adv. Potatoes! Potatoes I Our carload of potatoes Is In. The car is located at the south end of Fifth street, across the Panhandle tracks, near the Caruso wholesale house. We will sell out of, car this evening commencing at 7:30 o'clock, while they last, at (1.20 per bushel. Bring your machines.. BUCK CHAIN-STORES. Sweet Cider Pure and Clean I will deliver sweet elder, made from fruit picked from the tree, free from rot and mold, at 35c per gallon. Call M-5-A-3. That's the place. League of. Nations Hear it explained, and the real issue that affects the American people, by Rev. Guy Strickland, at the main court room, Sunday, Oct. IU, 2 p. ra. , instructions on. how to mark ballots correctly. - DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COM. For Sale. Semi-modern house on George street. Seven rooms, fine porch and ^ood walks. .Good, as new. Part cash. ! Six-room house on Miami avenue Pemi-modern, newly painted. oTOO rash .takes, this. MARCH VANCE, 2!4 l ,4 Fourth St. Phone 1137. cr Market. Address, "P," Box 526. Buick Four For sale. Inquire'Buick Garage, 617 23 Broadway. Notice, Women Voters! We instruct you how to vote at Republican headquarters, 42S% Broadway, regardless' of politics. Goodyear Solid Truck Tires All sizes, pressed on while you wait. ARTHUR E. DUNN, 617-21 Broad wfiy. Notice to Voters Secure your copy of the Complete Text .of the Wilson League of Nations Covenant and the Lodge Reservations at the Republican headquarters. Try "Engineer" Shoes Waterproof. Rauch, Broadway 3d. LOCAL NEWS NOTES Fresh flsh.--Bazley. Furniture repaired. Ph. 2330-K. Parcel delivery. Phone 53. Wanted--High school girls over sixteen, for Saturdays.--F. W. Woolworth Co. Most heaters waste half your fuel. Cole's Hot Blast heaters save and use that wasted portion.--Flanegin Hardware Co. DontFail To-hear Kate Richard O'Hare, » speaker of national fame, at Elks' hall Wednesday, October 27, at 8 p. m. Notice. Tb_e LoBansport Elevator can not take corn at Southside elevator until shelter is repaired. Watch Pharos- Tribune. SOUTHSIDE ELEVATOR. For Sale Duroc boars by Kid OrvIHe Fancy. If you want one of these good boars, «ee A. B. Packard at Adamsboro. NOTICE Manufacturers and dealers In Furniture, Upholstering and furniture Repairing- Household Goods Packed F o r S h i p m e n t George Kraus Co. 82 E. Market St. Phone 486-K- rjaaiiiira^^ Si Gifts that last-Memories Faded with age are the laces in the ancient treasure chest. The bridal veil is a filmy ruin. Time .has. dulled (he silken lustre of the wedding gcnvn of long ago. A faint hint of fragrance lingers like the ghost of orange blossoms. -Dead are- these treasures of dead yesterdays. But allowed by the sentiment that inspired it. the gift of jewelry remains in beauty untouched by the years- memory's- radiant heirloom of the happiness of bygone days. Smith's jewelry is the heirloom quality that brings lasting happiness. Birthstone Rings, $4.00 to §25.00 One lot of rubberized cloth raincoats with vulcanized seams, extra good qualities, $23.00 values, Genuine English Cravennette raincoat, $45.00 values, i g One lot of tan leatherette raincoats, $30.00 values, | ! ; § ' I Also our entire stock of Arvento raincoats are-included in this sale. Arvento raincoats means a brand of rubberized raincoats that is acknowledged to be the, best raincoat built. The ventilating system on this raincoat is patented, and no other make of coat have the fitting quality of these coats. The seams are vulcanized and are guaranteed waterproof. There are hundreds of features that Arvento coats have that no other coats carry. Fabric 30x31 Non-Skid Guaranteed Firsts List $23.20 Special $12.95 These'Tires are "firsts" brand new, fresh and . crisp--just from the factory. An excellent buy, secured on account' of factory overproduction. Come with original factory wrappers, and with serial number and manufacturers name. 30x3 Brunswick "Seconds" List $19.10 $10.50 These are second, slightly blemished, but can be sold, feeling confident they will deliver satisfactory service. Cable Cords Coming We wish to announce that our "Cable" Cord tires are all sold out except two 33x4. We have asked the factory 7 for an extension of the 10 days sale. John Reddick CANN'S--THE STOKE FOR TIRES 312 East Broadway. Opposite Jfurdock Hotel. # An Unsurpassed Bargain Event Is Ending Anniversary r Sale Only 3 Dags More^Sale Closes Saturday Thrifty people hare been flocking to Seybold's since our AnniTersary Sale opened and many homes hare profited greatly by the great bargains they obtained daring- this sale. Three more days remain and the many new bargains just made will siirely cause these 3 days to be the biggest and best days of the entire sale. 1 *£! Men's extra heavy fleeced unions, $2.50 quality Women's 'heavy unions, J2.BO quality fleeced $1.98 Men Euhher Coats, $4.98 Men's heavy rubber work coats, rainproof and windproof, J5.98 quality Same coat in boys' sizes ............ $4.48! Men's Suits Discounted Over 100 suits for men in attractive fabrics and latest pattern at 20 per cent discount from our already low prices. Black Sateen, 50c 36-inches wide, good weight black sateen. The yard Dresser Scarfs and Lunch Cloths For 3 days you can secure any dresser scarf or lunch cloth at 15 % discount. Men's Corduroy Pants, $3.98 ' Well made. good weisrht, $4.50 quality, now J3.98 Woodbnrj-'s Facial Soap 50c usually. The cake $3.98 Dress Goods and Silks All silks and dress goods not specially · reduced for the Anniversary Sale will be,sold at a discount of 15 per cent. Pattern Table Cloths Thanksgiving is near at hand. Why not see these beautiful pattern cloths while they are specially priced. Excellent groups at 82.25 and upwards to ... Blankets and Comforts This department is prepared for cold weather with a big array of bedding. All bearing special low prices for the Anniversary Sale. Flannelette Rompers, 59c Dark, grey stripes, ages 2 to 6 years, 75c quality. Each Spanish Comb, 89c Regular $1.00 article. QQ_ New and stylish OJ/C Children's medium weight r. n . 8 : 59c Boys' Corduroy Pants, $1.98 Splendid for $2.50 quality, now echoo! use, .$1.93 Flannel Shirts, $3.48 14-00 quality, coat style, green, gray and Maroon Boys' Suits Discounted ; 12Vi% discount from our already very low prices on all boys' suit, ages 3 to 18 years- Flanelette Sleepers, 48c Children's outing flannel sleeping suits, neat pink and blue stripes, ages 2 to /1C/» 6 years rrOL. Bed Spreads Discounted Any bed spread in our stock may be had for the rest of the week at 10% discount. 84.00 Leather Kodak style, fitted with mirror and purse $2.98 Tutone Satin Ribbon ?s-inch. wide, 45c quality "Women's | VanRaalte 'i Silk Hose, 1 $3.29 rg -TOa^/^fj PALAflf Men's 15c Mixed Work Socks Hal B. Smith Jeweler. 309 Fourth Street. The Hallmark Store. osin COR, PEARL BROADWAY. XOT^ [MONEY LOANED At Per Month. OX LITE STOCK, TEHICLES, PIAA'OS, FURNITURE. "Less Ihan the Legal Rate." Welfare Loan Society 221 Fourth Street. Second Shipment Arrived Tuesday Darwin Tulips; Single Tulips (8 colors); Double Tulips. ~arcis8u8--Paper Whites from France for indoor Coning, will bloom in SO to 40 days. Hyacinths, Crocus, Freesia, Chinese Sacred LilHes, pure'Hoi. land grown of superb quality. OUR SHRUBS ARE NEW YORK STATE GROWN No Indiana weather is severe enough to injure them. Planted now will be six to ten weeks ahead of shrubs planted next spring. Splrea, Hydrangear Floivering- Almond, Crimson Rambler and Dorothy Perkins Roses, California Privet 1 for Hedging, Peony Roots, Iris, Rose of Sharon. Special orders executed- Phone 76". FreeDeliTery. PERSHIKSEE0STOR Or]Msite Court Park. MONEY TO LOAN 305 PHONE Broadway. 'cE^fRAlTLOAN C O M P A N Y Over Bodgers' Out Price Store U. S. Senator from Oklahoma Will address the citizens of Logansport and Cass County at the ,*· Corner of Sixth and Broadway, Tonight at 8 O'clock Senator Gore will confine his remarks to a discussion of the League of Nations. J3e is one of the most eloquent men in the U. S. Senate. DO NOT FAIL TO HEAR HIM.,, Sale! As I intend engaging in another line of business, I am closing out my Entire Stock of Groceries At greatly reduced prices. I can save you money on your winter's supply. BETTER SEE ME AT ONCE H. G. CONRAD 1701 George Street TWO GREAT SPEAKERS AT NIGHT The citizens of Logansport, Cass and surrounding counties, are down for a rare oratorical treat in connection with a discussion of campaign issues at Elks' Hall tomorrow MRS. IDA McGLOlNJE GIBSO1ST OF CHICAGO Famous author, war worker, and heralded as the greatest woman orator of the United States, will be present and discuss the League of Nations. Mrs. Gibson the late world war, and she herself served in Red Cross work with the American troops at Chateau Thierry, the Argonne and went into Germany with the Yankee was in France when the League of Nations was formed, was the only woman who sat at the Peace table when the treaty was signed, and will have a message appeal to every woman in the community. JUDGE THOMAS R.RILEY OF BOSTON SPEAKING BEGINS AT 8 P; M. An Able jurist and orator of national reputation, will also be present and discuss the issues of the campaign. VOTERS OF ALL PARTIES INVITED. £ f V *£*

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