Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 12, 1897 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, October 12, 1897
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. No exaggeration. Leaders in Low Prices. "We test every value. Leaders in Furnishings. Leaders in Hats. We never stoop to sensationalism. Big values and little prices. Our clothes fit 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, profit afterwards. The Secret of Our Success. Analy/e 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 goes their patronage goes. We've been generously rewarded. You've regirded this as "Your Store," taken pride in its bigness and bestness, 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. 1 Given away free with every cash purchase of $20.00 a iHftt Back: Come and get a card. handsome Coat and Harry Frank's Old Stand. Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR, THIS FALL Kor A Suit, 01? Overcoat •He Makes Stylish Garments. All Work Guaranteed 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. w. R. HENING & co.jc. O. Heffley, Successor; to fhe Equitable Produce and Stock Exclianirc. Capital Stock tlOO.OOO, fully paid. Members of Consolidated Produce and Htock Exchange, . . We turnish our customers dally market ro- . jporU over our private wires in this cltT. We Jespeotfully «oncit your jiatronage throusrb our looai correspondents Insurance, Real Estate • And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. W. W. Miltier A. R. Halloing;. LOKiiuHpurt, In*. Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. Pern Oil Stock If yon want to buy oil iilmres in the variou Ptjru Oil Companies call ai Branch of Peru Oil Exchange Booms fl and S Masonio Temple. -Call On • i James T. Cockburn George A. Gamble. •Central Telephone 885. Mutual Telephone Ife GITY NRWS. Insurance and Loans. All kinds or Insurance and Bondi written In firm class companies. Money to loan 6 per cent. S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. Calls promptly attended to D»r or Ntflit, 818 Broadway. T1L1P80N1 - Offloe, M. Kroeger, IBS nratn, M. If You Want to Borrow Money On City or .Farm Property cah on SRTH M. VRLSRY, —204 Fourth Street.— He can make you a Loan of 125 and upward interest on sums over (500 6 per cent. HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work. Stylish and well fitting clothes.made. Cleaning and repair- Ing' neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET Opatairs over Bruggeman's Millinery Store. GEOKGE W. RODEKER. ifeal Estate, Loans. Booynt, Sold or Kxchani«d. Motley to Lean 4n Bortf«t« or penoaal Moxirity. Call on me «r intte to me «i No. 81 Bel Rlw f»«iu»,»Mt Fall and winter shoes at Waldeu's, Mrs. Howard Johnson is quite sick. Miss Olive Long has returned to Chicago. Ma.ggie McCarty returned yesterday to Peru. Mrs. Henry S. Murdock isi at Des Molnes, Ie., visiting her sister, Mrs. C. C. Stewart and sion Howard are at Ohicago visiting friends. Mrs. Cavanaugh and daughter of Springfield, OLio, are visiting in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barnard returned today from their bridal trip east. Mrs, W. T. Giffe returned yesterday from a ?isit with friends at Muncle. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Powell entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lou ShaSer, of Lafayette, over Sunday. Deck Howe is arranging to locate with his brother Will in the lumber business at Greenfield, Ark. 3. B. Standley will begin a series of temperance meetings, the latter part of the week, in Morgan county Detective William Bishop, of Capt. Bradley's for:e, is clown from Chicago for a few days' visit with his family. Mrs. Fred Paul fell at her home on Spear slireet Saturday and sustained several scalp wounds. She is 78 years of age. The marriage of Miss Julia Shade and Mr. Walter Lewis win occur this evening at the home of the bride on High street. Charles Lonclgren and wife, of Sioux City, la., who were guests of Martin Murphy and wife for two weeks, have returned home. Hon. B. F. Campbell has returned from Mexico, Miami county. He is interested in a gas and oil well company there. The drill in their first well is down 500 feet. The 89th birthday anniversary of Mrs. Mary Zlnn, of near Deer Creek, was celebrated Sunday. Her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren were all present to extend greetings. Seventy-five enjoyed the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. William Banta, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, Mrs. William Delaplane and daughter Anna, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Cumjoins, Mrs. Susan A. Cummins and George Zlnn, all of thttcountj, were among the guests. "THB BBOW8IES." This Great Attraction ft 111 be Witnessed by a Crowded House. "Palmer Cox's Brownies" will bb presented at Dolan's opera house Thursday night. No greater attraction has ever been brought to the city, it being positively guaranteed that "The Brownies" will be witnessed here exactly as it has been seen in the largest cities throughout the country. Palmer Cox, the famous "Brownie Mam," tne marvel- ADDiTIOSAL JLOCAL9. ous flying ballet from the Folies Bergeres, Paris; the Romalo Brothers, the world's greatest acrobats; Kew- louse and Bunts, "the wandering minstrels;" Eddie Plcaud, the jhenomenal Brownie trick bicyclist; ind all the other remarkable features that have made the attraction such a famous one will be presented intact- Seventy-four well known artists will appear (n tbe cast, and the scenic effects ire on such an elaborate scale that two sixty-feet baggage cars are necessary for their trans-shipment, REAL ESTATE TKAN8FEBt>. Reported for the pharos by S«tn M. Yelsey, ALB tractor. George W. Cockburn to Henry M. Whistler, pt sec 22, Miami township, •1,600. Robert A. Whistler to Bphraim H. Whistler, pt Black Loon reserve, 40 acres, $1,700. Rufns C. Griffith to James R. Hiler, Lots 4, 10, 11 and 12 in R, C. Griffith's add to Galveston, $2,200. Minerva J. Unger to Dora Mahoney, pt sec 27, Jefferson township, 12,000. James H. Hedges to William H. 'ayne, tr, pt sec 24. Boone township, $1.00. William H. Payne, tr, to James H. Hedges and Ocea P. »D. Hedges, his- wife, above property, 11.00. AN APPALLING ACCIDENT. Pat Oat by a Kettle Water. of Scalding John Allen, a farmer, west of Bur- Ington, had a singularly unfortunate accident last week. He was stooping .own to put a leg under a stove when i kettle of boiling water upset on his head and shoulders. His face, neck, shouldem and chest were frightfully scalded and both yes were put out, leaving him sight- ess. If he recovers his fuce will be rightfully disfigured . State W. C. T. U. Officers. The Logansport delegates to the tate meeting of the Woman's Chris- Ian Temperance Union have re- urned from South Bend, reporting hat the association snows favorable irogress and growth. The old offl- ers were largely re-elected as folows: President, Mrs. Luella McWhirter, Indianapolis; vice-president, Miss Mary Hadley, Bloomingdale; corresponding secretary, Mrs. M. E. Balch, Indianapolis; recording secretary, the Rev. Mrs. M. O. Cammack, Marion; treasurer, M:rs. A. T. Whitson, Indianapolis; secretary Loyal Temperance Legion branch, Mrs. A. R, Gordon, Argos; secretary "X"" branch, Mrs. C. M. Sears, Anderson. The next annual meeting will be held at Lafayette. 6. W. Prescott's Purchase. The Terre Haute Bicycle plant, sold, Saturday, by the receiver, was bough|by Seorge H. Prescott, formerly master mechanic of the Panhandle shops here, for 118,291. He was a stockolder-in tfre concern, and was the only bidder. Nothing Is authoritatively known as to the disposition of Mr, Prescott's new purchase. There ia no movement for a reorganization of the old compay, and it is highly improbable that it will ever be done. One report is that Mr. Prescott is acting in the interests of a firm at Pistsburg, and that the plant will be removed to that place. SoHee. The officers and members of Logan Lodge No. 40, I. O. O. F,, are requested to meet at the hall this evening at the usual hour to make preparations for the funeral of our beloved brother, W. D. Campbell. Signed by the committee.—W. C. Goldsberry, N. G., L. G. Hanna, V. G.. Ai Merrit, Sec. Smoke the Qolojabla cigar Buy your shoes of Walden. Miss May McConnell is auite III. Rochester will bore for natural gas. Harry Metzger of Fort Wayne Is In town. Charles Kirk, foreman of Craig's overall factory, Is seriously ill. The McGraff will case is on trial in the circuit court before Judge Chase. Miss Pearl Lake of Camden is visiting Mrs. Pearl Shepherd of the Westside. The Pharos will begin the publication of a splendid continued story in a few days. Lnuls Wandrei has moved his refreshment stand from the park for the season. John Youngker and family are visiting at Mrs. Yrtangker'sold borne, La Grange. Reports show that the long drought has been broken ia almost all counties In Indiana. Misses Mamie Downey and Vine Cool have returned from an extended visit at Auburn and Wabash. Miss Catherine Killen and Mrs. Cole of Rochester are the guests of Prof, and Mrs. Fish of the Westside. Miss Flossie Reist, of the Southside Is entertaining Mr. RayLennon and Miss Laura Etnlre. of Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maiben of 712 Bringhurst street, will be at home to their friends after October 15th. Jacob Cox, a former attache of tbe opera house, has gone to Elwood to take a position In the tin plate works. Hal Viney, who has been laid up with rheumatism for Rome time, is somewhat Improved and able to be out again. To Benjim'in Keeport and wife, of the Lime Eiilns, a son. To E. E. Wiliiama and wife, of east Market street, a daughter. Mrs. Josephine Shultz of Hamilton Heights, recently declared of unsound mind, was committed to Longcliff hospital yesterday. The Elkhart county man who accidentally swallowed a silver dollar aoout two months ago is up and about and says he can taste it. Bread at Elwood for the past six years has been sold for 2 cents a loaf, but the price is now raised to 5 cents, l;he bakers having combined. 0. C. Bishop, and family, who recently located at Port Arthur, Tezas, have returned to Galveston to remain until the yellow fever season ends, Richmond Item: "Jos. Dickinson went to Logansport this morning and will spend several days in the northern part of the state before returning home." Miss> Maud Castle, stenographer for the J. T. Elliott wholesale grocery company, has returned from a visit at Lafayette, Decatur, 111., and St. Louis. Wabash Times: "Miss Eittie Kraut of Logansport, sister of Mrs. August HIpskind. Is In the city for tne purpose of nursing Mrs. HIpskind during her illness." George W, Fnnk, administrator of the estate of the late William Cox, sold 80 acres of land In Adams township, yesterday, to F, P. Reed of Roann, for $1,200. Articles of incorporation were issued to the Logansport Gasi and Oil company by the secretary of state at Indianapolis yesterday. The capital] stock was fixed at $5.000. Willie Wilkiln is over from Lafayette arranging a specialty for the mlnstral performance to be given by Logansport lodge, B. P. Of Elks, the latter part of the month. Rev. H. C. Kendricks the new pastor of the Ninth street Christian church will be tendered a reception, this evening, at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Justice, corner of Tenth and Market streets. The rain of last night was satli)- factory in every way, and the long drought is at last broken ia the fall meaning of the word. The amount of rainfall from seven o'clock last evening to the same hour this morn- Ing was one and one-half Inches. Fifty-seven oil land leases have been filed with the county recorder. Recorder Wright has recorded documents up to his salary for the ytar, and from now on the fees for that work must be turned into the county treasury. The recorder can collect fees up to the amount of his salary, $1,900. He must now do this extra work without piy. Yesterday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ramer, No. 822 Fifteenth street, occurred a triple birtnday celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Ramer and their son were the celebrants, which made the event a little more remarkable on account of their birthdays 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, 44 44 (4 4( it 44 (4 Hats and Caps, Shirts, Sweaters, etc. Gloves and Mittens, Neckwear, | Children's Department Complete t We 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 this county, at very Lowest Prices. Call and see us. We will be glad to show cnr goods, and are satisfitd vre can save you money. Money Back if Goods are Not Satisfactory. Mood's Pills Should be In every family medicine chest and every twelter's grip. They are irjTVlailbU when th« stomach ii oat ot order; ear* b**4*el», MHoontM, ta>A all HTW treoblM. XU4 and «flfcd«ot. » owu*. falling on the same date. They celebrated the day with befitting ceremonies. On next Sunday Rev. Putnam will exchange pulpits with Rer. Alexander of Crawfordsvllle. Messrs. Gus Dorsch, George Shaw and Dell Oohee, employes at Long- clift hospital, are camping at Georgetown. Mrs. R. A. Lowery, of Pulaski county, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. O. Homes, of 717 Seventeenth street. Adam H. Felker visited his parents here last night, returning this morning to his home. He is doing well with his newspaper at Lebanon. Mahlon Conover, while putting on belt at the Johnson warehouse last Saturday morning^ was thrown onto shoe box and quite seriously injured. Kokomo Tribune: "Mrs. George Warrenburg ia home from her visit at Logansport.... Bert Wlmmer spent Sunday at Logansport, the guest of MISEI Margaret Icwin," The Logansport Gas and Oil com- jany will probably run an excursion Peru Friday for the purpose of jiving Logfiinsport citizens a chance ;o see the oil field of that city. On account; of the bad weather last venlng, the dance which was to be given for the benefit of Will Berry at Dolan & McHale'e hall, was postponed until tomorpw evening. J. E. B,edmjUa'Is at Baltimore attending the centennial meeting of the Graiad Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of the .United States, de is Grand High Priest of the order in this state. Mrs. J. R. Lowry, formerly a teacher o:f the public schoolsi of this city departed yesterday afternoon for her home in Prescott, Arizona, after completing a visit with her brother, Dr. J. H. Banta. Mesdames A. R. Smith, Robert Cromer, Etta Barnett and Miss Anna Swadener, of the Broadway M. E. church, with delegates from the Market and Wheatlani street churches returned from Tlpton, where they attended the district home convention. Mrs. Smith was elected p'resiclent of the Kokomo district. Suit has been filed by Magee & Funk, attorneys for Burley & Co., to set aside the deed transferring the Barnett hotel from A. C. Barnett to his wife, Johanna &. Barnett. Plaintiffs hold a claim against A. 0. Baroett, amounting to 11,000, for silverware. Salt was also filed against the Barnett, by the same law firm, in which the Bridgeport Stove Co. is the plaintiff. Tbe demand is $400. Autumn Excursion to Cincinnati via Pennsylvania Lines. Sunday, October nth, a special autumci excursion will be run t to Cincinnati, Ohio, via Pennsylvania lines. Persons who desire to visit the "Queen City" can be with their friends in the metropolis of Ohio, observe the rich autumnal beauties- en rouije,or have a day of general recreation. $2 round trip from Logansport will be the cost on special train leaving at 5 a. m. central time; returning, leave Cincinnati 6:30 p. m. same day. Lots of time In Cincinnati. To Cure • Cold In One Dtj Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists •refund the money if it fails to core. 25o. For sale by Ben Flaher. For rent—The Hogle cottage and 3 acres of ground on College Hill. Good stable, well and cistern. Inquire of M. F. Wagner, Ko. 4 Sycmaore St. The beet and always what you ask for at Ben Fisher's drug store. He does not say he is just eat. AMUSEMENTS. BROWNIES! D CLAN'S OPERA HOUSE. • • • • Thursday Night, Oct. 14. No Advance of Prices for thii Great Attraction. C B. Jefferson, Klaw & Krlaug«r't World Famous Production. PALMER COX'S The Only Company! The Original Company! The Same Big Organisation of --¥3* PROPER- witnessed In New York. Chicago. Indianapolis and other Large Cltlen. All the Remarkable Features. The Flying; Ballet. P&liner cox, the Brownie Man, The Oriental Ballet The Wandering MInstrels, The Marvelous Ronie-los, ot«. Seat Sale Opens Monday. Price*! 25e 50c. 75o and f I. No higher. Speelil train from Peru for this Greit Attraction. THR First National Bank, Indian*. CAPITAL ,1250,000 A. J. MURDOCK, PKESEDKNT, W. W. ROSS, CASHIER, J. F. BROOKMEYER, ASST. OABHTKR. DIRECTORS: A. J. Murdock, W. H. Brlng-hum, Denntt Uhi, B. 8. Bice, B. F. YanU». I M. jUrwood, W, T. WlUon. Banking: In all Its Department* promptlr and carefully done. Safety to Customer* and itookholidara sought for. Strong Beserve]Fund Maintained. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK ANO VAN BUREk .ft. CHICAGO. FIRE PROOF. -. Ojuf block from C. R. E. A. P. and I*. S. & M. S. Railroad depot. Improvements costing $75,000.00 have just been completed, and the bouse now offers every convenience to be found iu 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 McCOY, Owner aid Proprktor, THR City National Bank. LoGAXSPOBT, IXD. CAPITAL .$200.000 Joss GRAY, President, L N. Ciw.wi'ojiD, Vice Pres. F. R. FOWLEB, Cashier. —DlttKCTOfiS— John Gray, I. M Crawford. J. T. Klliott Dr. W. H. B«lu A. P. Jenka, W. C. Peonock, uaac ghideler. Goo. W. Funk and John C. IHCTUB . Loan money on personal and collateral security. Bur and sell Government bond*. Wit pay l per cent per annum on oerttilaet** of deposit*, when deposited six. montbc ; * per cent per annum when left one year. Boxeeln Safety Deposit Vault*, tot eai keeping of valuable paper*, rented at from St to (u per year. Fare blood it tbe weret of health Burdock Blood Bitten innm par* Wood.

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