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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. No exaggeration. Leaders in Low Prices. VTe 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 ligures. 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. Analyze the methods by which this growth has been achieved and you'll find the policy of the beginning has 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 Lenders. 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 regarded 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. G-iven away free with every cash purchase of $20.00 a handsome Coat anc 3I»t Rack. Come and get a card. XITHE HUB,t> Harry Frank's Old Stand. J. B. STANLiir It the Bead of the Grand Lodge of Good Templars. TRY Al Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR, THIS FALL For A Suit or Overcoat 'He Makes Stylish Garments. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. R. HENING & co.jc. O. Heffley, Successor) to NTke Equl table Produce and Stock Capital Stock $100,000. fully paid. Members . of CongoUdiUteci Produos and Stock Exchange, •-Chicago. We furnish our customers dally market report* over <iur private wires In this cltv. We .:T««pectfu!ly lollolt your patronage through -jur local correspondents W. Milner t;. A. U. BntUUnit, Ixiraunpurt. Ind. ' Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. Peru Oil Stock Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. OITY NRWS. If yon vrint to buy oil rtares in the varlou Peru Oil Companies call at Branch of Peru Oil Exchange Booms 6 and 8 Masonic Temple. James T. Cockburn George A. Gamble '"•Oemtral Telephone 3S5. Mutual Telephone 1S« Iniumno* and Loans. All kinds of Insurance and Bondi written in first class com Money to loan 6 per cent, S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. Call* promptly attended to Day or Nlf ht, 611 Broadway. T1LHPHON1 — Offloe, 68. Kroerer, US Mraln. N. If You Want to Borrow Money On City or Farm Property call on 6RTH —MM Fourth Street.— He can make you a Loan of J25 and upward 'nterMt on sunn over 1500 6 per cent. HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does first class work. Stylish and well fit- tinjr clothes made. Cleaning' and repairing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET Upstairs over Bruggeman's Millinery Store. GEORGE W. RODEFEB. Real Estate, Loans. Bournt, Sold or Kicoanred. Money-to tow noa*j«ecutiqr. Call en me o. U Bel ttvw •• Fall and winter shoes at Walden's, Ladies' dress shoes H, at the New Otto. Mis. Kobert Green, of 520* Broadway, is reported ill. Born, to Mr, and Mrs. Edward Veal of Eleventh street, a dsmghter. 19c for 25c ties and 3Sc for choice of all the best, Saturday evening, at the New Otto. Gary F. Cowgtll, of Wabash, has announced himself as a candidate for congress against George W.Steele in this district. The eighth annual meeting of the town and city superintendents of the state will be heli at Indianapolis November 4, 5 and b. Eallroad employes running into Chicago can borrow money at lowest rates, at 911 Fort Dearborn Build ing, 134 Monroe street, Chicago. The natural gas well at Sedalia south of hare on the Vandalla road continues to throw out a fair quan tity of gas. At night it is lighted making a tlame somewhat larger than an ordinary natural gas flame County taxes become delinquent in less than three weeks. Taxpayers should not wait until the last few days to pa,y up, as the treasurer's office will then be crowded, causing long and tedious waits for your turn. Large quantities of potatoes are being shipped into this county from northern Indiana and southern Michigan. The dry weather Ti ut the crop so short that the county has not produced nearly the amount of tubers needed. Terre Haute has been Interested n the remains of the old vessel, "The Visitor," in the Wabash river, and now fishermen report having found the remains of the steamer Phoenix, wrecked In the seventies, at Cos's 'erry, twenty miles down the stream. The Indianapolis News gays that uc-Governor Matthews and Senator Turpie have failed to come to an understanding in reference to the United States senatorship, and it eems certain at this time that both will be In the race next year. The-contioued warmer weather and ecent rains have developed a second )loom on many apple and other fruit rees in this county, also throughout he state. Near Valparaiso, besides he trees blooming, a strawberry •ten produced forty quarts of ierries this week. The Keit Meeting of That Body Will be Held at Indianapolis. The grand lodge, Independent Order of Good Templars, closed an interesting and successful meeting in this city last evening. The election of officers resulted as follows: P. G. C. T.—I. S. Wade, Layfayette. Grand Chief Templar—J. B Stanley, Loganspor'b. Grund Councillor—J. C. Shanklln, Cutler. Grand Vice Templir—Mrs. Alice M. Van Pelt. Shelbyville. Grand Senior Junior Templar— Mrs. M. S. Henry, Southport, Grand Secretary—B. A. Harding, Shelbyville. Gra;od Treasurer-J. Z. Powell, Logansport. Grand Chaplain—T. J. Legg, Logansport. Grand Marshal—W. H. Steele, Crawfordsville. G. D. M.—Bessie Whltehead, West Epint. Grand Assistant Secretary—L, D. Woodcock, Greentown. Grand Guard—Mrs. L, E. Brown, Adamsboro. Grand Sentinel—B.E Riegly,Mid- dlefork. It will thus be seen that Logansport is well represented in the list of grand officers. J. B. Stanley succeeds I. S. Wade as grand chief templar, T. J. Legg was shifted from grand secretary to grand chaplain, and Dr. J. Z. Powell was elected grand treasurer. The grand lodge voted to meet nest at Indianapolis in October, 1898. The executive committee held a business meeting this morning at the office of Dr. Powell. ST. JOSEPH BAZiAR. to Entertain THE BAlLOON BCKXED. A Can of Gasoline Exploded and the Flames Spread to the Airship. The celebration at Royal Center yesterday and last night occasioned by the completion of the water works system, was a grand .success. The programme was carried out with one exception—the balloon did not go up. There was a good reason for It, too. After everything was In readiness a can of gasoline which had been left too near the furnace, exploded. The flames spread to the airship, and it sailed away—in smote. The Dalloon was the property of a young man named Wilson, of this city, and was n charge of "Prof." William Gall. The celebration closed last even- ng with a display of flre works and an exhibition drill by the flre department. Later—The balloon was not en- IreJy destroyed by fire. It was damped considerably, however, and the wner will be out quite a sum of money in putting it in order again, NABROtV ESCAPE ErerjthlDf in Readings the Public. The bazaar to be given by the St Joseph church congregation will open next Monday evening a t their hall Messrs. Jacob Cook, Frank Alber and Jacob Fohrer have, by their in terest and zeal, added much to tbi beauty of the decoration. Much praise is also due the ladies of the church, whose handicraft can be seen at each booth in the spacious hall As you enter you will see to the righ a handsome booth, in which will be displayed home-made garments for infants and young ladies, varying in price, style and color. Next, to this is the Japanese department, where a number of young ladies, dressed in the garment of that country, will dis pense liquids in Japanese style. Next in order is a booth in which there is a display of beamDiful fancy work Then comes a nook fitted up in artistic style for flowers. At the left stands out in great prominence thb doll booth, on either side of which are apartment^ one representing a kindergarten, and in the other are two large dolls, one dressed as a bride and the other as an attendant. A fish pond, confectionery and refreshment tables will also add to the Interest of the affair. A special program will be rendered each evening for the benefit of those who may attend, The fcika' band will render some selections Monday and Friday evenings, and Tuesday and Thursday evenings Fornofl's orchestra will be present. St, Gteorge comrcandery, Knights Of St. John and the St. Joseph's choir will participate both Wednesday and Saturday nights. Supper will be served each evening on the second door of the school building. All are cordially Invited. )f George Epplng, the Tinner—Fell Twentj-fire Feet. While working on a building at jongclifl hospital yesterday George Spping, a t.inner in the employ of fl. . Crismond, slipped from a scaffold nd fell twenty-five feet to the round. The force of the fall was becked by the branches of a tree, and he escaped with a badly sprained back and several painful bruises about his limbs and body. MARRIAGE TOWS Flighted Last Evening l>r Mr. Jacob Stall and Miss Katie r'ornoff. At the German Lutheran church, last evening, occurred the marriage of a deservedly popular young couple, Mr. Jacob H. Stoil and Miss Katie L. Fornoff, Rev. Tirmensteifl officiating. Prof. Moesta pesided at the organ and played a beautiful wedding march as the bridal couple entered the church and proceeded to the altar. Mr. Henry Foraoff, brother of the bride, and Mr. Otto Stoll, brother of the groom, acted as ushers. The ceremony was witnessed by a large congregation of friends of the contracting parties. After the weding the couple, accompanied only by their relatives, proceeded to the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fornoff, sr., on Fourth street, and partook of an elaborate supper. Mr. and Mrs, Stoll were the recipients of many beautiful presents. They have gone to housekeeping in a cozily furnished house at the corner of Twelfth and George streets. The groom is a salesman at E. S. Rice & Son's hardware store, and is held In high esteem by his employers. His bride is a charming youn^ lady, possessed of those noble qualities of mind and heart, so essential to a loving and lovable companion. The Pharos extends congratulations. J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. 322 Market Street, : » Logonspcrt, Indiana, t Men's Suits Boys' " Chld'ns " Men's Overcoats and Ulsters '> Boys' " " " Children's " -MACKINTOSHES.- Cl Fall and Winter Underwear, " " ," Hats and Caps, " " " Shirts, Sweaters, etc. Gloves and Mittens, Neckwear. (t V < | Children's Department Complete : \ We have used our BEST JDJDG-MEKT, and the utmost caution in the selection of 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 onr goods, and are satisiitd we can save you money. - Money Back if Goods are Not Satisfactory. <[ •••»»»»*••««««•«*•»«••••»»»••••••»«»*•»»»»»»•«-»+++»«+ ADDITIONAL LOCALS. PIECE BY PIECE. Free Entertainment A free entertainment will be given Monday night In Progress hall under the auspices or Wabash lodge No. IS3I, Knights of Honor. Following is the programme: Overture—Chas. Morehart. Address—Mr. T. Mlchels. Duett—Misses Lena and Maude McKee. Becltatlon—Miss Merl Nethercutt. Piano solo—Master Fred Miller. Imperial Quartette — Schletger, Burke, Chase, Howell. Recitation—Miss Franklin Stewart. Duett—Little DeHaven Twins. Violin solo—Prof. Cope. Solo—Miss Pina Watts. Recitation—Miss Era Lang. Solo—Charles Elpe,?s. Solo—Charles Burke. Trombone solo—Mr. Joseph Bern- bush. The entertainment will close with a dance. Autumn Excursion to Cincinnati ria Pennsylvania Lines. Sunday, October 17th, a special autumn excursion will be run to Cincinnati, Ohio, Tla Pennsylvania ines. Persons who desire to visit the "Queen City" can be with their John E. Barnes Purchases a Part of tb« Old Canal Bed. John E. Barnes has purchased a portion of the old canal {bed extending from Ottawa street on the east to Sycamore street on the west..The dimensions of the tract of ground Is 1.20x400 feet. The ground adjoins the Vandalla station on the south. The consideration was f 1,200. Mr. Barnes will improve the property and erect some buildings upon it. Ullery-Hahn. Last evening, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hahn, of Tipton township, Miss Lillian Hahn and Mr. Jacob CTllery were united in marriage by Eev. J. K.Lambert, of the U. B. church. Only the immediate friends and relatives of the contracting parties were present. Mr. and Mrs. Ullery will Buy yovtf Srioes of Walden. The New Otto—9H!nes free. Bierman & Heidelberg clothing, at the New Otto. Mrs. John Day of the Southside is on the sick list. Attorney Robert Pollard, of Del)hi, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. J. A. Chappeiow, of 1007 High street, is at Kokomo visiting her brother. Ellza'beth McCullough, of the pubic library, Is at Lawrence, Kansas, visiting relatives. Charles Shannon, a former Logans- ort boy, now of Dayton, Ohio, is In he city on business. Mrs. Charles Boehme and son, who isited her brother, Dr. F, M. Bozer or several weeks, returned yesterday o their home in Chicago. Ladies, you are Interested In the S'ew Octo tie sale tomorrow night. Jhoice hemstitched Windsors, 19 ents. Lovely patterns. The reduction in Insurance rates, nncunced for Logansport, also ap- lies to other Indiana cities. I want to buy $25,000; good notes nd judgments. I want to loan, to ood people, $50,000, on mortgage, r personal security—Geo. B. Forgy. A Sunday school convention will be held next Sunday at 2:30, at the Pisgah Presbyterian church, In Jefferson township. All are cordially invited. You can begin today the reading cf the new continued story, "Exiled to Siberia," as a synopsis of the part already published appears at the head of the story. The Logansport Trotting association met last evening, but transacted no business. Instead the meeting was adjourned and the members attended the performance at the opera house. Sam Levl, of Cincinnati, a nephew of Lewis Epstein, and a popular shoe salesman, was in town yesterday and last night. He is an enthusiastic member of Cincinnati lodge No. 5, B. P. O. Elks. The improvements at the Bee Hive dry goods store, mentioned some days ago by the Pharos, have been begun by the contractor, John E. Barnes. The store will be greatly enlarged by the additions and Improvements. MAY GO TO THE KLONDIKE. Company Being Organized to Prospect for Gold. There Is talk of organizing a company In this city to prospect for gold In the Klondyke regloni. The gentlemen interested In the project propose to raise the sum of 11,500 and the money Is to be uied for sending a reliable prospector to the gold fields. A well known machinist at the Panhandle shops, who is altogether trustworthy, has agreed to make the trip and do the prospecting. He Is to be furnished with 11,500 to pay expenses, and la consideration of his services Is to be given one-half of all the gold mined by him or claims acquired for the company. The money will be subscribed by fifteen well known citizens of thf* city, and the gentleman selected to do the prospecting will depart for the gold fields early In March. The best baking powder and flavor ing extracts in the world at Ben Fisher's drug store. THR First National Bank, JLoranaport, Indiana. CAPITAL 1250,000 A. J. MURDOCK, PKESIDEHT, W. W. ROSS, CASHTBB, J. F. BROOKMEYER, ABST. CABHIKR. DIRECTORS : A.J. Murdock, W. H, Uh>, B. 8. Eloe, B. F. TauUs. W, T. WUgon. Dennli M. .lirwood, Banking in all it* Department* promptly and carefully done. Safety to Customers and itookholden eougrht for. Strong: ReiervelPund Maintained. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN BUREh .ft. CHICAGO. go to housekeeping latter's farm. at once on the riends in the metropolis of Ohio, Dbserve the rich autumnal beauties sn route, or have a day of general re- ireation. $2 round trip from Logansport will be the cost on special rain leaving at 5 a. m. central time; etaming, leare Cincinnati 6:30 p. m.aameday. Lota of time In Cin- Innatt. A Belt Manufactory. A building 65x20 is being erected at the rear of their business house, and when completed Kreis Bros, will engage extensively in the manufacture of ladles' belts. They will put 200 different styles on the market, and from samples already turned out the goods will be first- class and ought to meet with a ready sale. Hood's Pills Bestore fun. TCfnJar action of the bowels, do not irritate or inftune. but leave ftll ttw delicaw digexcrre or- gurinn in pczfect condition- Try thm. K ctnt*. fnftnt only Dj C. L Hood A COL, LowtiJ, PRESBTTEELAS STATISTICS. Gain of 3,555 Members in Indiana Daring the Tear. The Indiana Presbyterian synod, in session this week at Terre Haute, heard reports showing 3,555 accessions to the church during the year. The eight presbyteries of the state contributed $10,670.70 to home missions, an average of 25i cents to the member and a decrease of 8669.84. About $2,000 in addition was received from other sources, besides 110,489.94, raised by the Woman's Home Missionary society. The indebtedness of the board at beginning of the year was $22,219.64. This wag decreased to •1,067.84, and this was wiped out by sabscriptlons at the synod meeting. The collections for foreign missions were $11,996, of which f 10,218 was from women's «ocietiea. The committee on home missions reported In favor of the continuance of the per capita assessment of 35 cents. It was also recommended that the office of state superintendent of missions be continued, hut a vote taken later abolished the office, though P. H. Hays, of Indianapolis, is to be continued in it tmtll January. FIRE PROOF. One Mock from C. K. I. & P. and L. S. &. 3K. S. Railroad depot. improvements costing $75,000.00 hive just been completed, and the house now affers every convenience to be found in my 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 aad Proprietor. XHR City National Bank. CAPITAL ...... $2OO.OOO JOHN GBAT, President, L N. CRAWFORD, Vice Pre«. F. R. FOWIZB, Cashier. -DIKBCTOBS- JohnOrmy.I. M Crawford, J.T. BUtott. Dr. W, H. B«lt. A. P. Jenki, w. C. Ptnooek. I«MC 8h ideler, Geo. w. Fan* md John C. aoUMnl Loan money on penonml tad Becurtty. Buy and «efl Gorvrnnttnt bond*. Wfii p«y 1 per mot pw taou oCxtopoiiU, wlMudapMitMScix cent per annum whw left oo» year. Boutin ffefMf Deport* V ultt, *r Mir of v«Ui»bta »*p*n. iwtrtat few : I Mr Smoke the Columbia cigar