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October 9, 1897

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

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ONE YEAR AGO WE OPENED OUR DOORS. PIONEER OF OUR PRICE The World's Best. First to promise money^back, first in entertaining Leaders in quality. Ju> exaggeration. Leaders in Low Prices. We test evnry value. Leaders in Furnishings. Leaders in Hats. We never stoop to sensationalism. Big values and little prices. Our clothes tit same as made to order and more style than cheap tailors will give you.We mark our goods in plain figures. We are manufacturers. Truthful in advertising. We right every wrong. We control the best. Our doors are closed to trash. Leaders in boys clothes. Rightness first, nrotit afterwards. The Secret of Our Success. Analyze the methods by which this growth has been achieved and you'll find the policy of the beginning hus never been forsaken. A policy of liberality, of strictest integrity, of highest aim, of pluck and push. A policy whose alphabet spells only success, and makes of unquestionable Leaders. It is a policy that has won the confidence of the people. Where their confidence jjoes thear patronage goes. We've been generously rewarded. You've regircled this as "Your Store," taken pride in its bigness and business, sounded its praises, applauded its achievements, helped on its enterprises, shared its prosperity, joined hands with us in giving Logansport the Largest Clothing, Hat and Furnishing house, in great growing sections of northern Indiana. Given away free with every cash purchase of |20.00 a handsome Coat and "Eat Rack. Come and get a card. HUBJ» Harry Frank's Old Stand. Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR, THIS FALL ...... Suit or Overcoat Makes Stylish Garments. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. w. R. HENING & co.jc. O. Heffley, Successor to The Equitable Produce and Stock Exchange. Capital Stook »100,000, fully paid. Members of Consolidated Produce and Stock Exchange, W°e furnish our customers daily market re- Dorte over our private wires la thiscltr. we respectfully solicit your tatronaRd through SUT local ojrrespGflduntB W. W. Milner G. A. R. BnUdlOK, liOcanmpurt, Ind. 'Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. investorsin Tf yon want to buy oil shares in the various Peru Oil Companies call ai Branch of Peru Oil Exchange Rooms 6 and 8 Milsonlc Temple. •C»ll On » " James T. Cockburn George A. Gamble. Oentral Telephone 385. Mutual Telephone 186 Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET Upstairs over Bruggeman's Millinery Store . Insurance and Loans. All kinds of Insurance and Bondt written In first class cora- Money to lonn 3 per cent, S. M. Closson,3l9 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. UNDRRTAKRRS Ctlli promptly attended to Dar or Klfht. 818 Broadway. TKIJSPHONK - Office, to. Kroefcor, 18S •irain. N. If You Want to Borrow Money Oa City or Farm Property call on SRTH M. VRLSRY, — 3<M Fount Street,— He can make you a Loan of I2S and upward 'Btertwt on sums over fSOO 6 per cent. HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, doe* flr*t class work. Stylish and well flt- tinf clothes made. Cleaning and repairing neatly done, See him. 324 PEARL STREET. GEORGE W. RODEFER. Real Estate, Loans. I ^£ drt/Cltr Bouzfct, Sold or Xxohaared. Money to Loan «n aortftie or pereonai security. Call on me •*r write to me at No. U Bel Hirer a»»ntie,aa»t -nd oflkarket street' ' • OITY NRWS. Fall and winter shoes at Walden's, John Gerard has returned from a visit at his old , home in Marshall county. . The street improvement on Broadway, between Fourth and Seventh, is completed. Mrs. W. T. Giffe and Miss Julia and Master Roy McCandless are visiting at Muncie. Ed Alexander and Chris Jeannerette returned last evening from a fishing trip to English Lake. W. H. Bischofl is at St. Joe, called there by a telegram announcing the serious illness of his young son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lundrigan, of Sioux City, la., are the guest of Martin Murphy and wife, of 1201 Erie avenue. Miss Nichols, of the kindergarten, Is seriously 111 of typhoid fever at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Sewell, of Eighth street. Peru Journal: Michael McCaffrey, of Logansport, was In the city today to see the oil field. He was a guest of his nephew Hugh." Sunday, October 10, regular meeting of Logan Dlv., No. 110, 0. K. C. Business of Importance. A. G. C. C. A, Wllkins will be with us. Alfonso Brooks, colored, has been discharged from the county house. He accompanied his father, Bryant Brooks, to the latter's home at Craw- lordsville. W, S. S warts has closed his bakery and restaurant at Kewanna and removed with his family to Logansport. He will travel in lodlana for the Pillsbury flouring mills of Minneapolis. The funeral of the late Maggie McDonald was held at 9 o'clock this morning from St. Tincent de Paul's church, Lev. M. E, Campion officiating. Interment was made in Mt. St Vincent cemetery. The employes at Ash & Hadley's furniture factory will give a dance at Dolan & McHale's tall, Monday night, and donate the proceeds to Will Berry, their fellow workman, who met with a painful accident a few days ago. The remains of the late John Geogeghan, the Panhandle brakeman, who died at St. Joseph's hospital trom the effects of an injury sustained at Kouts, Thursday, were taken to Piqua, Ohio, at 1:15 last night for burial. OVER A MILE Of Brick Pavement Has Been Laid in Logansport. A Few Hgnres Showing How Well We Hare Bullded. Logansport has the name of being a very conservative city. "Tla well, when one considers the truth of the old saw, that "Haste Makes Waste." But it is equally true that our citizens know a good thing when it is flashed before their eyes, as Is attested by the rapidity with which they adopted brick paving after Fourth street received its coating of vitrified clay. Up to the fall of 1894 this street was in littJe better condition than some of the much cursed corduroy roads of years gone by. There was a succession of knobs and ruts, Interspersed with gobs of mud, and a drive over its surface was not conducive to pleasant thoughts. It was but a few years ago that the festive porker sought ease and comfort In its slimy depths. Gradually public sentiment rebelled, the bog was banished and time and money freely expended to bring about a better condition. The day of betterment seemed far distant. But all things come to the patient, and so it was with the street question. Three years ago the concentrated arguments and agitations for better roadways culminated in the letting of the contract for bricking Fourth street. This was the initial effort, and it was so highly satisfactory when completed as to commend a continuance of the movement. It was considered a thing of beauty and a joy for— years to come So much for agitation. Last season Market and Fifth streets property owners fell into line and those thoroughfares assumed an air of respectability. This year the agitation was once more re*- sumed and the work inaugurated on a much grander scile. Third.Bring- hurst, Wall and Court streets, and lastly Broadway, lost their old-time appearance and now present their smooth, hard surfaces to the eye, blotting out forever their many in- iqaities, which now become but grim memories of the past. A discussion having arisen as to the total length ot paved streets, a representative called upon the obliging city clerk this morning and obtained the exact number of feet and the total cjst. The figures show 8,611.61 feet, or more than a mile and a half. They are: Feet. Cost. Fourth street 1.430 $ 9.05'J 13 Fifth - -H591 4,11824 Market W= 1-064 14 Bringhurst 44427 J,SOS 00 Third . ..1,305,43 0,940 Oo Wall 470 1,050 00 Broadway 1.705 21,019 13 Court.....! TOO 1.MS5 50 jotaJ 8.011.61 $53,93413 This is truly a magnificent showing, and oar citizens may well feel proud of the result. The agitation is not to stop here. "On to Sixth street" is now the rallying cry, and next spring will see the commencement of work on that line of traffic. Sycamore street property owners have the improvement under advisement and with a probability ot getting into the procession. The Broadway asphalt scheme is also being given its share 01 attention. Altogether the prospects for a con- tinuauce of the good work are good, A DRAMATIC TREAT. '•Onr Step-HosbaDd" at the Opera House Monday Mght. "Our Step-Husband," one of the best attractions on the road this season, will be presented at the opera house Monday night. The play contains a strong and well constructed plot, and at the same time a vein of comedy runs through the entire piece, which keeps the audience In constant good humor. From the rise of the curtain in the first act to the fall of the same in the fourth, the interest in the play never lags for a single moment. The scenic effects are new and novel and the stage settings very elaborate. The cast presenting ' Our Step- Husband" is far above the average, and in fact everything has been done to make this an attraction first-class in every particular. The hearty welcome which this piece has received this season is the strongest evidence of its true worth and sterling merit. A number of new aad up-to-date specialties are introduced. All those wishing to spend an evening b}th pleasant and entertaining should not fail to see "Our Step-Husband. 1 ' Cnppy Retained. The Cleveland national league ball club management have reserved the following players for next season: D. T. Young, J. O'Connor, C. L. Childs, S. Cuppy, E. J. McReau, R. J. Wallace, E. Wilson, H. C. Blake, C. L. Zlmm&r, J. C. Burkett, N.W. McAllister, L. Criger, J. Powell, J. McAllester, I. Beiden, B. Jones, 0- A. D. Pickering and L. F. Sock- aleiis. Jiotiee to Gas Consumers. All annual contracts on the 6 payment plan expire October let. All consumers having such contract8,and desiring to continue the use of gas, should call at the office between the 1st acd 10th, of October, and make payment. All bills must be paid on or before the 10th of each month. LOGANSPOBT & WABASH VALLEY GAS Co. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Buy your shoes of Walden. Harry Tomlinson is in Chicago. Mrs. Pailer is at Huntington, visiting friends. E. B. Whitsett is at Indianapolis on business. Miss Lillie Bowman will spend Sunday at Peru. Attend the Saturday night sale at the Golden Rule. Glen Forgy is here from Chicago visiting his parents. Mrs. Elmer J. Hitch, of Lafayette, is visiting in the city. I Miss Carrie Ludwig will visit relatives at Peru Sunday, Read the extra ad of the Golden Rule for tonight's sale, Mrs. T. R. Sewell, of 214 Eighth street, is on the sick list. Clarence Kuhn, of Cincinnati, is in the city, visiting friends. Mrs. W, J. Cunningham, of Kentr land, Is visiting relatives in Logansport. Thomas Brown returned today from a week's visit with relatives at Delphi. Mrs. R. D. Stevens and daughter, Miss Edna, left today for a visit at Toledo, O. Mr. and Mrs. Joha Hunter, of Burlington avenue, went to Chicago today to spend Sunday. The roomo of the Oar club have been handsomely decorated. A Kimball piano was also purchased. Mrs. Alice Geary, of this city, attended the State W. C. T. U. convention at South Bend this week. The paving of Broadway, from Fourth to Seventh streets, has been completed and the street was thrown open for travel today. The Second Presbyterian church at Lafayette, destroyed by fire yesterday, was insured for $20,000. Its original cost was $53.000. Will Early has been declared of unsound mind, and will be committed to tiingclift hospital for treatment. The court of Inquiry was composed of Esquires Fender and Walters and Dr. Stevens. Mrs, J. D. Ferguson and brother, H. W. Mordhurst, of Fort Wayne, left last night for Indianapolis. From there they will go east for an extended trip, taking in Baltimore, Washington and New York. Quite a number of friends called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson last evening to assist them in the celebration of their twenty- fifth wedding anniversary. The evening was spent in a very social manner. Rochester Sentinel: "Mr. Archie McDonald, of Logansport, was in town Monday transacting business and shaking hands with the few acquaintances which time has left him in Rochester. Mr. McDonald was editor and publisher of the Sentinel from 1859 to 1S62 and he knew everybody in town. He is not an old man yet and is hale and hearty," Peru Chronicle: "John Bender and wife and Edward Bender attended the Haymakers' dance at Logansport Wednesday night and speak oC the street parade,, the band music and the dance as very delightful.... Harley Bebee, of Logansport, Is in the city, the guest of friends Miss Marie Gibson, of Logansport, is visiting in the city, the guest of her friend, Miss Hal Elliott Frank Myers returned to Logansport this morning after a week's visit in the city, the guest of friends." Saoke the Columbia cigar A LITTLE SUFFERER Face. Hands and Arms Covered With Scrofulous Humors—How a Cure Was Effected. •'When fire years old my little boy had scrofula on Ms face, hands and arms. It was worst on his chin, although the sores on his cheeks and hands were very bad. It appeared in the torm of red pimples whici would fester, break open and run and then scab over. After disappearing they would break out a^ain. They caused intense itching and the little sufferer had to *>e watched continually to keep him from scratching the sores. We became greatly alarmed at his condition. My wife's mother had had scrofula and the only medicine which bad helpd her was Hood's Sarsaparilla. We decided to give it to our boy and we noted an improvement in his case v«ry soon. After giving him four bottles of Hood's Saiaaparilla the humor had all been driven out of his blood and it has never since returned." WILLIAM BABTZ, 416 South Williams Bt^ Sooth Bend, Indiana. . You can bay Hood's Sarsapuillm of all Be sure to get only Hood's. mil*, FlllS «MT to open** »»+«+»++»»»»•••••»»»»*»»•••»•»*««»»»»»»»••»»•»»•••»»» J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indiana. Men's Suits Boys' " Chld'ns " Men's Overcoats and Ulsters Boys' " " Children's " -MACKINTOSHES. Fall and Winter Underwear, " " " Hats and Caps, " " " Shirts, Sweaters, etc. " " ^" Gloves and Mittens, " " " Neckwear. Children's Department Complete: have used our BEST JUDGMENT, and the utmost caution in the selection ot our present FALL STOCK, and undoubtedly have the finest line of goods, in all departments ever offered the citizens of thi« county, at very Lowest Prices. Call and see us. "We will be glad to show aur o-oods, and are satisfkd we can save you money. Money Back if Goods are Not Satisfactory. »»»»»+++••»»*»*«»•••»»»»»*»*»•••••»+***•»***••*««*+»<' BIG DEMONSTRATION. At Royal Center on Next Thursday, In Honor of the Completion of the Water Works Plant. On next Thursday Royal Center will have a big demonstration in honor of the completion of her water works plant. .Preparations are being made for a balloon ascension and parachute descent for both forenoon and afternoon. Besides this attraction there will be a run by the fire department and much throwing of water to show what the works will do. Also sack races, wheelbarrow races, etc., in faco, they are going to have a jubilation. As something novel Charles J. Hildebrandt,the well-known Logansport cigar maker, will attach a box of cigars to a four foot parachute,and when the balloonist is high in the air he will drop the box. Everybody 18 at liberty to scramble for It, and the one that gets it first is the sole proprietor. The fire boys will serve a big dinner at a nominal cost, in Kistler's hall, which will begin at 11 o'clock a. m. and continue until 10 o'clock at| night. The proceeds of this dinner will go toward purchasing hose for the flre company. JCRT SERVICE. AMUSEMENTS. D OLAN'S OPERA HOTJtiB. Wit. DOLAN, MANAOKR. Monday October II, '97. The Eminent Character Actors and Comedians. Chas.d.Osborne & Will A. Baroa -IN- OUR STEP=BUSBAND Management F. A. Vinnej. Elaborate Scenery, Startling Effects, •£ Pleasing Specialties •if Touching Pathos, Delicious Comedy. PRICES.. 25c, 35c, 50c, and 75c. Seats on sale ac Jonston's drug store. Just Who Are and Who Are Not Exempt. If you are dead you don't have to serve on a jury. If you are under 21 or over 65 years of age you are. exempt. If you have ever been convicted of a felony you are dishonorably exempt. If you can't read and write the English language and thoroughly understand the proceedings ordinarily had in courts of justice you are exempt. It you are a. minister, physician, druggist, lawyer, professor 'or teacher, dentist, oculist, artist, clerk or officer of any court postmaster, road overseer, coroner, constable, miller, ]udge of any court of record or superintendent of a county farm, you don't have to serve and if you are a person of bad reputation or without visible means of support yon couldn't serve if you wanted to. New Sunday Paper at Peru. The Sunday Morning News, an all home print, seven colum quarto sheet, will make its appearance at Peru on Sunday, October 17, for the first time. Willard E. Pressler, William Kranztnan and Charles Griswold will be the publishers. The first two named are practical printers, while Mr. Griswold has had some experience at reporting. With, the new publication, Peru will have foar weeklies and two dailies. Extending the Serrice. "Mr. Overshiner, of Logansport, who has leased the telephone line between Knox, Wlnamac and North Judson, is having it repaired and put in shape," says the Stark County (Knox) Democrat. i; The instrument at this end was placed in the office of Peters & Glazebrook today, and a move is on foot to unite with the line north of Hamlet, Grovertown and Plymouth to furnish a more extended field for business." T« Cure m C«td in One Day Take Laxatlre Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If It falls to cure. 26c. Tor sale by Ben Fisher. Help Wuted—Kale. AGENTS get fifty oenJ« on the dollar ;w> ex- perieDoenece*»ar7. Write for agent'i outfit. AddMM The Catholic K«v*. * Bander St. H«w York. THR City National Bank. LO&ANSPORT, IND. CAPITAL $200.000 JOHS GRAY, President, I. N. CRAWFORD, Vice Preg. F. R. FOWLER, Cashier. -DIRECTOHS- John Gray. I. S Crawford, J. T. Elliott, Dr. W. H. Bel 1 . A. P. Jenlts, W. C. Penaock, Isaae Shideler, Geo. w. Funk and John C. Ingram. Loan money on personal and collateral security. Buy and sell Government bonds. Will pay 2 per cent per annum on certificate! of deposits, when deposited six months; 8 pec cent per annum when left one year. Bores in Safety Deposit Vaults, for sale keeping: of valuable papers, rented at f rota |5 to (15 per year. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN BUREN .fS. CHICAGO. FIRE PROOF. One block from C. H. I. A: P. and L.. S. Ac M. S. Railroad depot. Improvements costing £75,000.00 have just been completed, and the bouse now Dffers every convenience to be found in any hotel, including hot and cold water, electric light and steam heat In every room. Rates 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCOV, Owner tod ProprieUr. THR First National Bank, Logvngpcrt, Indiana. CAPITAL|$250,000 A. J. KUEDOCK, PKE8IDEST, W. W. ROSS, CASHIER., J. F. BROOKMEYER, AJJST. CABHTEB. DI RIOTOUS: A. J. Murdock, W. H, Brinxhartt, flcnnii UW, B. 8. Hioe. B. F, YantU. I It. W. T. Wfljon. Banking: In all it* Department! promptly aod carefully done. Safety to Ctutomer* and nockttolden sought for. Strong Re»erv« Fund ICalnMinod. For Itching Pilw, irritation of the genltals,or itching in *nj p«rt ot the bodj, Doan's Ointment U worth IV* weight in gold. No mtttar how longstanding the trouble, Doin'i Ointment wlU not (all to fir* relief.

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