$;wfe#;.&y:-;?!^^ FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers ,,and Embalmers DAll Y JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING. JAN. 29 THE MOTION OYERRDLED. and Retail JDealer^in all Kinds o Furniture and Upholstering 424 BROflDWfVY. "A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BARGAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES SAPOLIO New Goods Slaughtered. Overcoats, Ulsters, Heavy Suits and Winter Underwear at your own price. We have also between three and four hundred boys' suits in all sizss and-Jquilities that you can buy at your/own figures. No Fake! Nothing but straight goods >t the Broadway Clothing Store, 426'Broadway. JOS. G. GRACE. McKeen's Bteamlaundry—good *ork Slaughter eala of bojs' overcoats |»nd ulsters at Harry Frank's. The Order o' Red Ma •> loot in several new members last evening. Chan D. Fusket of Royal Center ha Been granted an original pension, £. Tae revival services at the A. M. E church will be continued thla week. Eil Greens/elder entertained the Reform Club »i hie residence yeettr- day evening. Frank B'ddle, a Vandalla fireman ie suffering from a badly sprained ankle received at Harris last nigbt. We have the best line of boye' overcoats In the city, and will sell them at our own prices—Harry Frank. The Big Fool club held a meeting at tie dome of one of the members on Lelm street Saturday afternoon. The high school was dismissed arly yesterday afterr.onn owing to 13 low temperature In ihe building Dare Loftus vacated the Johnston house Haloon last evening and will locate In some other part of the city. The Bethel M. E. church In Cla. township, will give a supper on Thurs dav the Slat Icecream, oysters, oic Good overaoaW $1; good mittens 2o cents, worth 50 centr; cood under weir 25 coats, worth 50 cents, a' Harry Frank's. Purify your blood, tone • up the evs tern, and regulate the digestive organs by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sold by all druggists. Lewis Beam of Washington, Ind., bas taken possession of the drug store on Twelfth street, recently purchased by him from John Brennan. About twenty young people surprised Miss Louisa Hartmtm at her lome on the South S'de last evening. Games and refreshments were en, oyed. Cbas. H. Kline, the postmaster at Mexico, lad., was given a birthday urprlss Sunday, it being his 58th university. It wae a family gather- tig, and an elegant dinner wae oread. Frank Coll, the bartender wae >laoed in jail last nigbt by Policeman Jraham for assaulting a young man anted Johnson. The trouble occurred Q Broadway and Third, and the ssault was aald to have been unpro-, oked. The Jlonon'a iVililou For a Rchrar- Ing «f the Domkv Damage C«.e 18 K. nixed. Julius Domke, was some time ago given a judgment for f5.250 for damages, in bis sultsgaiost the Monon railway company. Yesterday morn, Ing Judge SicConnell overruled the motion of the defense to arret-t judgment and to have the case retried, and gave tte plaintiff judgment, on the verdict, for $5,250. The case is now a locally famous one, and hae been bard fought legal battle on hot sides. Will Wed. W. Gr. Timson, the carpenter, and Mlsg Lucy Mider, a daughter of Mr and Mrs. Dinlel Mdder, will be m*r- rled oy tbe Rev. Wellborn, at the >ome of the bride's parents tomorrow Vednesday evening. Carlian-Hartin, The coming marriage of Cyrul B. Carl ton of Lucerne, and Miss Carrie V. Martin of No. 1408 North street, oas bten announced. The event will '•ccurat 8pm. Wednesday Feb. 20, at the home of the bride. FEET. There MO old fe-tiindyonnc feet, Andllt'le iC"t and crear, Pretty (--(-t and homely tt-et. And feot that Jo nut mute. There art* innd^r fm and toufih fe«t, And narrow feet nnd wl je, Short feet and Ion feet, And feel you like to hide. It's quite a feat to cow foet. In: tyle and comtort too, And if this Is what you're after, I'll tell you whut lo do, Justrnke your teet to filing's .And ilt them wl h L * shoes, Theu ynur corns will nevnr bother, And you'll never luive tn^ blues. We Are Crowing! Patting a teuder cora troubled 'oot into our shoes Is Jike purtlnp /our foot into Paradise.—Pilling 413 Broadway. Up with the times. That is what ho people say about Pilling tbe ihoe Mao. He has a colored man mployed whose duty it ii to attend he door and shine customers' sho»s. Sards good for 3(J shines Is given with a pair of shoes. New spring shoes and slippers are arriveinj? dally at Filling's Shoe Houfe. We invite you all to couie and see the new ideas in stylish foot wear for spring. LItf T PILLING, 413 Broadway. Over the Great Success of our Annu* Clearance Sale now going on. 1-4 Off on all Suits and Overcoats. $20 Snit and Overcoat now $15. f 15 Suit and Overcoat now $11.33. •$10 Suit and Overcoat now $7.60 |5 Suit and Overcoat now $3,75 THE PROGRESS. Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana. SUITS TO ORDER Extraordinary Values, Equal ;to What Other 1 Tailors Charge S40.0O for. We are Turning out Great Qnantitses of Work, and our Custemer» are Perfectly Satisfied. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller; Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. NO OR -NEVBR. Is exactly the truth regarding the only Genuine Closing Out Sale. The Court ordered the stock closed out and His Honor s, i • ' i , • . ' will be obeyed. adies, aid Qilta's CMs Must be Sold at What They Will Bring! Men's, Women's and Children's Underwea: At Less Than The Cost of Wool. WOOLEN DRESS GOODS Are Being Given Away Almost. Like a sweeping tide is the rush of eager customars for the Great Bargains offered, and like an ebbing tide, is: the departure of happy, contented buyers, with a bargain package under their arm. This is the natural result. Come with the crowd. The Golden Eule Dry Goods Store, Corner 4th and Market Streets. D. PRATT, Assignee.
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