The Fort Wayne Sentinel from Fort Wayne, Indiana on April 16, 1903 · Page 12
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The Fort Wayne Sentinel from Fort Wayne, Indiana · Page 12

Fort Wayne, Indiana
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Thursday, April 16, 1903
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X 12. m - !& h )ti3CT330IS rV3rWC33fcCtX3t3tX3et3Cj BLOOMING - ..., ..iThatjU'theVtrya 'condition.; now. Every department Is filled 'with bright new and seasonable; merchandise, tight In ', quality;', right :.ita;..priee. Here are a few things from our great 'Stock that are of unusual value: fliitl China Silk Waists, $2.75 Each. White China Silk, Waists,, tacked and corded, well made and J - j : perfect fitting. WKite Lawn Waists, $1.00 Each. f Waists of 'fine White Lavn, plaited back and front, hem - W stitched and trimmed with embroidery insertion. Etamine Skirts, $11.00 Each. Separata Skirts of black' and navy Etamine, trimmed w 12 rows of taffeta bands. Silk Shirt Waist Suits, $10.00 Each. Shirt Waist Suits of black and navy Foulard Silk, with wb dots, nicely trimmed with white Satin. Imported Oxfords, 50c a Yard. The popular fabric for Waists and Suits; highly merceriz many pretty color effects. Scotch Cheviots, 25c a Yard. This serviceable fabric is exceedingly desirable for Sh Waists and Suits; many styles to choose from. Women's Night Dresses, 50c Each. Pine Muslin, yoke trimmed with tucks and embroidery sertion, ruffle around neck and sleeves. Women's Vests, 10c, 12 l - 2c Each. Swiss Bibbed Vests, splendid valuei and sleeves. Umbrellas, $1.00 Each. Gloria and Helvetia covered Umbr and silver trimmed handles; specie Umbrellas, $1.50 Each. Taffeta Silk Umbrellas, with silk c women; natural wood and silver trim i Colored Silk Umbrellas, $2.00 Each. Changeable. Silk Umbrellas, with flne natural .wood handles; great value. Colored Silk Umbrellas, $2.25 Each. Silk Umbrellas, In all good, shades, with fancy borders and flne natural wood handles. Towels, 10c, 12c Each. Large size Linen Huck Towels. Very unusual qualities for the price. Every Item Here a Trade Bringer. The Rurode Dry Goods Co. xxxxKtxxx3cxtaaaxKKjrrxxn xxxmcxxM Swiss Bibbed Vests, splendid values; nicely trimmed neck and sleeves. Gloria and Helvetia covered Umbrellas, with natural wood and silver trimmed handles; special value. . Taffeta Silk Umbrellas, with silk cover, sizes for .men and women; natural wood and silver trimmed horn handles. K 1 ll - sTTL ANCE CO.. HARTFORD, CONN. Commenced Business in 1820 General Offices 40 Counties in Indiana. 132 E. Berry St. CHARLES W. OR.R. Mgr. DR. J. S. MiCURDY DENTST HAS MOVED HIS OFFICE TO No. 820 Harrison Street. Fist door south of Wayne Club. - Httt'H - . MERGENTHEIM'S BIG STORE IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR MILLINERY L: for a number of reasons, but principally because you are sure of j getting the very latest style at the lowest - price. K' See that our name is in your hat, as every hat coming from our workroom is sure to have more style to it than THE SO CALLED PATTERN HATS, from soma of the other stores. New goods arriving dally and if you come vry day of the week you will always see something you had not seen the previous day.' Our prices are the lowest for the material used. f Agent for BendeFs and Croft's Famous Street Hats. y '"' - ' ;..;...; , ... - ... hik ior uncie m ana ureen i rsaing otarnps. genLheim s; 704 ' tcUhotxriiSh lOpp Cqprt! House, a - " m .' - j.1 : VJl' j - j Js W sWsts sfc b4 jl stl sis isj B rfcr's ' ' ' ji.'ia.V '' Via. . J.'j. j. Vi n'j' j' .m 1 TWVWWWWWWW'!wWW - ylT "w W TfTTTTfT""7""T7fff TrfE F0nT. WAYNE EVENlNaSENTJUlEUr THURSDAY;. APRIL. 16V 1903. tlfprtiUayiieseiitlM ... . .1.T ! S" 1 IKIM THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1S03. OUR TELEPHONES - - . Editorial Rooms ,...... - ....650 Business ;,Vfllbi.f 'f f y' '' ii', JITS THE WEATHER. Chicago, April 16. Forecast for Indiana: Fair.tonigvht and Friday ;fresU northeast, .wind. CITY BREVITIES, Mrs. R. B. Robertson left this morning for New York, whsra. s&ls will Join a'party to make a trip abroad,,. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Techen, of 733 West Jefferson street, a daughter. The Saxonia double quartet, one of the leading German musical societies of the city, will giVe a concert, fol. lowed by a dance In Saengerbund hall this evening. The .Neighborhood social of the West Jefferson street Church of Christ for members residing In the eastern part of the dry, will be held this evening at the home of Mrs. Park, 522 Madison street. Mrs. W. H. McCracken and daughter, of Louisville, Ky., are in the city visiting Mrs. 'McCracken's parents, - 1 Mr. and Mrs. George W. Jones, of 1130 Jackson street, Mrs. Jones is confined to her bed by a severe attack of grip. The county meeting of the Churches of Christ will be held next Tuesday in the recently organized church In Jackson township. In the afternoon S. F. Bwayne, of this city, makes an address on "How to Promote a Spirit of Harmony in the Church," and iu the evening Rev. Bottenfleld, of Monroeville, will preach. A number from this city will attend the convention. STRAWBERRIES, PINE APPLES AND FRESH VEGETABLES. Nice fancy Strawberries, 120 qut. Havana Pine Apples, 12fjc each. Grand Rapids Lettuce, 14c lb. Home - grown Spinach, 25c peek. Large Heads Cauliflower, 20c. Nice Ripe Tomatoes, 15c lb. Fresh Radishes, Onions, Cucumbers, Oyster Plants, Pie Plant, New Cabbage and Sweet Potatoes. New Potatoes, 50c peck. New Bermuda Onions, 12o wooden quart. WHITE FRUIT HOUSE. ONE OF THE FINEST. Prass &. Reed Co. will open their new shoe store at 7 IB Calhoun street tomorrow. Every person invited. Music and. flowers front 2 to 5:30 and 7:30 to IO o'clock. No goods sold. FAVORITE FOLDING GO - CARTS. The best finished, most rigid, most compact, strongest and handsomest Folding Go - Cart on - the market. Just received a shipment of the above Go - Carts and offer either rigid or reclining frames at 84.50 each. We have a few other styles to close out at big reductions. WHITE FRUIT HOUSE. MUSIC AND FLOWERS. Come and get them at our opening tomorrow, 2 to 5:30 p. m.; 7:30 to 1 0 p. m. Everybody come. You are welcome to our new shoe Store. No goods sold. PRASS 62, REED CO., 718 Calhoun St. LECTURE BY PROF. JENKINS. President Jenkins, of Kentucky university, lectured before a good sized audience at the West Jefferson street Church of Christ last evening on "The American Spirit." The lecture was the last of the 'People's course series. The course just closed has been a success and it is probable another course will be given next winter. Try The Sentinel Want Columns. PAY DAY BARGAINS. All City Flour .90c sack Best Corn Meal 8c sack Fine Michigan Potatoes .... 50c bu. Best Navy Beans 8c qt. Best Granulated Sugar. ...... .5c lb Best Rolled Oata . , . . .3Hc lb Gloss and Globe Soap. .... .30 bar Lion and Arbuckle Coffee. . . .12c lb Pearline .............. .3 for 10c Horse Shoe Plug - .......... 45c lb Best Scrap Tobacco ........ 14c Jtb Fox's Forex' Crackers ....... .Vc lb Best Oinger Snaps. . . ....... 5c lb We give Cash Checks with each purchase, the best Premium Plan In the city. Prompt delivery to all parts of the C11 ' FranK II. Ililycmann 'dssTEFaoiriSTi; Both 'Phones 83. ", Horriopatrtlp; Physicians to tlon Friday Eyenfrigus ! ';; ' - - " ' "; The annuaT publio reception and banquet ofe '"Allen" County Home opathic Meiiar'soJety will bi.'h'sld Friday :evejjingy, and - ths; .function promises' to be a notable one. 'The reception sV: tie assembly rom of fhe court house Is public, and a''iong"list of eminent medical men have, accepted invitations to be present.; The banquet of the society follows at the Wayne hotel. Two prominent addresses are to be given at the assembly room.; Dr. Joseph P. Cobb, professor of! diseases of children in the American Institute of Homeopathy'at Chicago, will' apeak on - "The History of Homeopathy," and, Dr. W. B. Hinsdale, dean of the Homeopathio .department of the. University of Michigan, will speak on "Medicine; IU Past ana Its Present" These are two : of the most eminent men in American Homeopathy, and their addresses are certain to be of wide interest. Following the addresses there will be a general re - oeption and introduction. Other guests eminent. In the medical profession who are expected to be present include Frank - Kraft, editor of the American Physician; Dr. Crunvrine, editor of the Medical Counaellor, Detroit; Dr. V. Halbert, editor of The: Clinic, Chicago; Dr. Howard Chielett, professor of surgery in Hahnemann Medical college, Chicago; Dr. R. S. .Copeland, professor of , diseases of the eye and ear in the University of Michigan and mayor of Ann Arbor; Dr. D. H. Dearn, pres ident of the Indiana State Homeopathic society; Dr. H. H. Dwyar, of Lawrenceburg, and many others. CHRONIC BRdNCHITIS CURED. "For ten years! bad chronic bronchitis, so bad at times I could .not speak; above a .whisper,", writes. Mr. Joseph Ooffman, ,; of Mqntmorend, Ind. "I tried all remedies available, but with' no success. Fortunately my employer suggested that I try Foley's Honey and Tar. Its effect was almost miraculous, and I am now cured of the disease. On my recommendation many people' ha vs used Foley's Jloney and TSr, and' always with satisfaction." Sold by Dreler A Bro. DID YOU fif T IT ? Yourife 'told !lVpu - tb; ( brine' ticot, home a dollar bottl '''ii Dr.Galdwell's in Syrup 1 On of tb Tsluable' points In wrestling Is.tbe. fact tbst the ekercise Is so vsrled that no on'i r particular part' Is derelopnl at the expense at - another. You do not see hue bunches of bard. knotty, cumbersome muscle on the wrestler. Mela relret of skn. pliable In muscle and as luppla sit an ee. Tbe Jspaneae wrestlers we bare seen in this coustrj - from' time to time bsv reduced tbe srt of symmetrical development to sn actual scfenc. Thesp ntbletes of tbe land of the ulkado were amont the flnt natrons of wrestling, and through Stud; and experiment hove perfwtert tlielr methods to .such an extent that tb erpooents of their school are ranked with the trorld leA ers. It Is largely tbronck their fondness for wrestling 1ht tbe lighters In tbe Jnpsneae urnij mid nnrr.wbo. as Is well Iiimhu. nre small In st store, perform so rrpdltptilj l war. ALL WHO USE ATOMIZERS In tree ting nasal catarrh will get the best result from Ely's Liquid Cream Balm. Price, including' spraying tube, 75 cts. Sold by druggists oi mailed by Ely Bros., 08 Warren St., n. y. New Orleans, Sept. 1, 19O0. Messrs. Ely Bros. I sold two bottles of your Liquid Cream. Balm tea customer, Win. Lamberton, 1415 Delachalse St., New Orleans;' ie has used the two bottles, giving him wonderful and most satisfactory results. GEO. W. M'DUFF. Pharmacist. The Knights of Columbus. will confer the first degree upon a large class of candidates this evening. CONFESSIONS OF A PRIES. Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake, Ark., write: "For 13 7ears I, suffered from yellow jaundice. I consultei a number of physicians and tried .all sorts of medicines, but got no relief. Then I begaii the ttse "of Electrle Bitters .and feel that lam. now cured of a disease that had m In ita grasp for 'twelVeyes.','iryp''wani;, re - liable medicine, fo 'liver, and ;kldny trouble, stomach disorder or general debility, get .Electrio Bitters. It' a guaranteed by Dreler, JtBrOt Only BOai '.'' ' ' '.' ' ' Raram. - Funaralvserrlees ;of'AMr.' 'Au'guata; - ,Rammfwll ?M ; hsld, Friday; af ternoon at . 2 ' o'cjloek, from the 'r i - a'snei;';:e80t'''ds!yj - atreti' '"'.'' : - " ' ." ' - i :r'niii - Coitiu' If you forgot It, you would h's.t..t:ex tieva' - string on, your finger ,tQ - mpr - ;t6w morning and every time; you look at it you will think cine' that cure Constipation, Sick Htadacfu, Indigestion, and erery form of Stomach Troublt, B.'lC Boiof Nableertlia; . writeetTleel M ms dutr to s1e res s veluntarr Wttlmonltl for 8jnp Pepsts. Mr vlfe Iih been troubled with Csronto Osaettpalloa la a moat eerere ilw1 wehe tried all remedies we oould hear of. Sofetlier wltb prasorlptlons from looU slinlelaas. and unMI w fintlly set hold ef jour remedy, found se relief j but after taklne rotir remedr fer few dsyt oolr. we bare reaulte tnftt are tlmply raarreloui I aeod you this entirely snaollolted. and will surely ipask a sood word (ar your remedy wherever and whenever I eta'. Your .druggist has it or will get it for you. 60c and 1.00 sizes. Yewr Mosey Bask . If It Qon't Benefit Yes PEPSIN SYRUP CO., Monlletllo, III. i; Baseball Gossip. ;: HHttMtMttHHH4. Captain. Myers and his recruits were out at the Concordia grounds this forenoon for practice, but little could be dons on the grounds, which are very soft and soggy. The walk to and from the field was about as good an exercise as could be had at the campus. At League park the water went down about five inches since last night and indications are that the recession will be very rapid from this time on. - This leads Captain Myers - to believe that the diamond will be In condition to be used in a game on Sunday with the Shamrocks. In any event a section of the club will go to Toledo on Saturday morning to play two games at that city Saturday and Sunday, and a full team will be left at home for the Sunday game, while Stout, and possibly another of the pitchers who will be taken to Toledo, will return for Sunday's game, when Stout, will cover' first .base. The members who will be taken to Toledo will be Ostdeik, Murphy, Hopke, Blair, Bel - dan, Dennisy, Slear, Myers, Stout, Brown, Mason, Curtis, Beeker and Alberts, plummer and Overmeyer, regular 'outfielders, together with Arthur as catcher, and the .balance of the pitching corps will be left here for Sunday's game. Toledo is expected to play with Marion today nnd tomorrow,' too, the Fort Wayne management haying telegraphed the Toledo manager not to come here this week. A SOUTH WHITLEY SEASON. There will be a special meeting of the Shamrock base ball club this evening to take, up a proposition from South Whitley providing for two games each month there this summer. South Whitley has organized an amusement association for the promotion of base ball and Is seeking to arrange for two games a month there and two a month here when the conditions are favorable. Manager Cleary will go to South Whitley tomorrow to close the nego tiations If the cjub tonight favors the proposition. NO OAMES YESTERDAY. On account of tbe rain which prevailed all over the country yesterday the opening of the National league season - was necessarily postponed. The opening games are supposed to be played today. A LOVE , LETTER. Would not Interest you If you're looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores, Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd, of Ponder, Mo., writes: "I suffered with an ugly sore for a year, but a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured me. It's the best Salve on earth. 25o at Dreler & Bro.'s drug store. MUSIC AND FLOWERS For everybody at the opening Of our new shoe store, 718 Calhoun St., tomorrow, 2 to 5:30 p. m.; 7:30 to 10 p. m. No goods sold, PRASS 06, REED CO. AT THE CENTRAL GROCERY. Fresh Fish, No. 1 Pickerel, 16c. Best! Country. Roll Butter, 25c lb. Strictly Fresh Eggs, 14s doz. Home - grown Spinach, 20c peck. Largs ripe Pineapples, 12o.eaeh. Lkrge Narel Oranges, 20 and SOc dOB.' '" ' '.'' rr Fancy Strawberries: Crisp 'Ciirly Lettuce, Cucumbers, WaxBearis, Rhubarb and - Onlo'na FREiBUROER MICHEL.' sk ' ""1i The ;,' surest , apd safest remedy for Idnejr - ' 4rid bladder dlsesses ' :,is Foley'w Kidney, Cnri.; Sdld'byDrslsr &' Bro. Far: T&marrom Qity fi Fridays Specials. bbv' 'BDDJb' ' vDKKr ' ' ''wbbhI 7ci8cf'.10o",&;.;,.wy'''7c,..:'Sc; 'lbe' - ''; .'By 'i5i'Laiies'' , H W I2io; ' jjo:' Vali, '; W ...(ta yd - Tor 'Jr W.' '":ali.tlnen , M , 'H: jEdgWind1' ML ,chqn Edges ; Hemstitched H HL Insertions, ft & Insertions, .D. Handk'chlefs, H.' ; ftSC: 'YirdjB. 5c Yird9e PJeciH ; B - B - B - B - B - B - B - B - B - B - B - B - B - B - L - H ' BmSmSmSmSmSmSmSmSmSmSmSmSmSmSmSmSmSmSmSS ' Rso Mack & ip?'j'? - .R' Bt (l colored W et yd"11" W JOd'yd 33 - ln.H) 'Mercerized Satin, aU - wide Fncy ' ;H (Hi Satlne, Ml . kades, ,. Olnghama; .M, M, Yirii'M1,1fl5. 86 YirdB '7o Bleached 780 Ladies' J' H Twilled Linen W White Pique W 25o Pearl M Toweling, Shirt Waists, Waist Sets, H L 5c Yard Ml 48c A 19c k KHt rl. . , . Br 25o value bbH, W25C Ladies' W.BOc Wrist W Xadi.. - Wash W m Lace Gloves, Bags, In W fltook H H all shades, black, grey ' sA. 20C A ind brrnra, ft IDC. PIIC0 JBj fJ6C PItCB jM sH Wolf 8r Dessauer, 808 - 8 1 6 CALHOUN STREET. BANNER WAS DANGEROUS. Fear that passers upon the street below would be injured, lad Officer Stevens to remove one of the large Knights Templar banners which was suspsnded across Calhoun street, at Washington, this afternoon; A slx - footi4tion of 'small'.' gas pipe had been used to weight down the lower portion of the banner. This pip had worked loose and was danglln high above the street .with only, a slender section of the banner holding it. In lowering the banner ttie pipe struck the street1 railway trolley wires and was thrown, some dlstanct byVthe current. Room 2, Second Floor. Home ''Phone 833. ESTABLISHED 1896. 706. Calhoun Street. Opposite Court House. 44$4ifiii& Spring Garclenware Garden work will be easy work if you use audh tools as these t ""' ' A hard tempered, deep cutting spade,' with comfortable handle, for 75c A long - handled rake; 20c. A weeding hoe, 20c All steel field hoes, Just right for good work, 25, The best 10f$pt. tree praner, 85c Hand pruners, 35c; other styles to .suit. Such prices cure spring: fever. We use them - as a "trade tonic". This .'store to run, to suit pur customers. It our endeavors in this direction do not meet with yqur approval, coma ia and tell us. We will thank' you - Jtd till J'us hpw - to' sery e' yon',bet - ; . te'rV:' ."..". .'".'.' . ,...' "1' '.'.'. '..."'".",. '.."'' "i." - " ''"'l" '''rr?,,?',rr? mMd tiWLpjm ,'r - .!;:,' : ' KmiMkfrZm ito'Al?.iiirii&&5ij vrsranmm - .. 1 i si - H.'.t.t....n. ... .s.4.4.a.ifci If It's a Qiiestioif W, Of dollars' and cents you should come to ns , The question no doubt often presents itself to you, ",How am ,X going to meet that obligation that, comes due tpmorrpwf" . Sometimes that question bar comes so large' to you that you can not set it aside. Come to us;'! we will remove that question for yon and you will hardly realize how easily it is done. . All you need is household goods, a salaried position, or something of value. Business strictly confidential. We make payment due weekly, monthly or quarterly or aa .you may desire - Here are some of tha terms of our' hew weekly payment' plan, allowing you fifty weeks in which to pay off your loan: $ .60 is a weekly payment on a $25.00 loan. . $1.20 Is a weekly payment on a ?50.O0 loan. $2.40 is a weekly payment on av $100.00 loan. You can get any other amount for the same time at the same proportion. Call on us, when you need .money. Application by mall or phone will' receiys our prompt attention. FORT WAYNE LOAN CO.,

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