Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 14, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, February 14, 1895
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They Must Go! All Children's duals This Week. Prices are so low that they don't cover the cost of the making. Just think! Children's cloaks, good cloth, 68c. Children's good warm cloth cloaks $1.48. Extra fine cloth and very nobby styles in children's cloaks $3.98. Ladies', Men's and Childrens, Mocha and Kid, wool lined gloves and mittens, 36c to 69c, you know what they are worth. Flannel ano cloth skirts only a few fine ones left, they go cheap. Fine beaver and all wool double shawls go at a big sacrifice, Come to the great sale before you are too late. LDBN RULE W. D. PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONG BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 421 BROflDWflY. New Hack Line. I have started u Hack and Parcel Delivery and in the future I "can be found at tho corner of 4th street and Broad way. whorel will be prepared from 9 o'clock in tho morning to i) in the evening to deliver parcels or carry passengers to and from any part of.tlio^city- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to give tho best services possible for the money. If 'you have a pnrcel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work Shut can be dono with a street h-.ick, I will bo glad to do it. What could you do that a customers would appreciate more than calling the hack for him? Special rates will be given you. Leavejordors at 12ch street, Livery Stable or Q-eo. Harrison's 017Broad Wm Lynas. For Fine Printing. DAllY JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING. FEB. 14. $ $ You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. LETTER HBftDS INVITATIONS NOTEHEflDS, PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, GflRDS, ENVELOPES f\ SPECIALTY. f You get our figures and we'll do the work. Do not fail to .call on v " the JOURNAL for I 1 F^ * <*»' Job Putins. Party slippers, all shades, at Otto's. McKeen's steam laundry—Rood work. Men's hand turned party shoes at Otto's. Tae summer meeting of the Demo- ratic Editorial association will H'be held at Lake Maxiakuckee In July. Don't fall to attend the comic Valentine ball to be glran by the Fortnight Revelers at the rink this evan- Inff. bou Carmell has- purchased the Ganson photograph gallery on Fourth street over the? office of E. D. Closson. John Chestnut bus bought the Murdock hotel bar and will take posses- slon on tho loth of the month. Harry Pevton, a Kokomo saloon keeper, has boon sued for $5,000 dam- fee, for crushing the skull of John Pyle with a boer mug. Mrs. Wm. Wilson entertained the Ladles' Industrial society yesterday at her homo No. -116 North street. Mr. and Mrs. M D. C. Tinkham, recently married in this cil/y, are now Jiving at No. 169 Christian avenue, Indianapolis. Tae social circle of the Cumberland Presbyterian church enjoyed a "coffee" at the home of Mrs. Godfrey Twells, yesterday afternoon. When so many people are taking and deriving: benefit from Hood'a Sar- Saparllla, why don't you try it yourself? It is highly recommended. The city incandescent light wires are bain? put up on the West Sifis. A number of residences have been wired;: John Wall's barber shop was the first .place of business In ihat section to UBO the city light. At 10 o'clock yesterday, at the residence occurred tho funeral of Joseph, the 12-yoar-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Serns of the South Side. The Eev. Norrls conducted the services. Burial at Mt. Hope cemetery. Idayilie Observer: Alonzo Williams sold all his personal property at pub' llo sale yesterday. He expects to more to Logansport where he will go into Jordan Hecht'a clothing store as salesman Our imitable old travel- Ing salesman, WillUhlof Loga.nsport, •was in town last Friday. Of course he did what was right and had plenty of yarns to tell. Peru Journal: Anthony Myers, a young man aged twenty-two years, of Goshen. was taken to the insane hospital atL^^ansport this afternoon, Sheriff Chatten and his depuiy, C. H. Krutz accompanied him. It la said that he lost hia mind over a girl whom he loved, hut she didn't lova him. Hit bands were strapped around hia body and it was with much difficulty that he was kept quiet. As a reporter was talking to the sheriff the Insane man wanted the reporter'* tablet, claiming that it was his testament given him by his mother. TOUB KIKE IN PBIHT. ItcnM-ofa Person »1 Character Con- ceraln* Logintiportersaiid Their Friend*. In the city yesterday: D»n Frszer of Fowler. J. G. Kerlin of Walton. Greeley Darts of Kentland. Mrs R. J. Spenoer, of Marlon. J. C. McCabe and Stacsy Runkle Royal Center. Henry Blackallor. agent Lyceum Dramatic company. Prof. E A. Hall has come home from Ueneva, Ohio. Miss Etta Massena is visiting relatives at Kokomo. Father M. E Campion vras at Ft. Wayne yesterday on a visit. J. B. Baker of Cincinnati, called on friends in the city yesterday. Lafayette Journal: Miss Maud Miller Is visiting in Logansport. Ferdinand Rhienhawld, of Wioamac is a guest of the Burgman Bros. J. B. Stanley went to Manna yesterday to hold a series of meetings. Hon. J A. Hatch of Kontland, was calling on friends ia the city yoster. day. Miss Blanche Matthews returnee yesterday from a visit with friends in Koknmo. Fort Wayne Journal: Mr. J. A. Brooks of Logansport was in tho city yesterday. Crawfardsville News: Miss Edna Stevens of Logansport is a guest of ftliss Mary Goitra. Huntlngton Herald: Miss Sadie Murphy of Logansport is the guest of friends in the city. Rochester Republican: Mrs. Charles Flory, Of Logansport ia visiting with Rochester relatives. Mrs. W. H. Rioheson was at Kokomo yesterday attending Mrs. Ann Bennett who is sick. Miss Butts ot Covington, Ohio, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. L. Me- Maokin on the West Side. Mrs. R. J- Spenoer and her mother, Mrs. Starrett of Marion, were here yesterday visiting at Long Cliff. Peru Chronicle: Mrs. Rosa Norrls, of Logansport was the guest of Charles Carpenter's family today. Lafayette Call: C. E. Johcson of Loganspott, is in the city B. S. Nathan of Logansport is in the city today, The Misses Sadie and Frances Murphy are this week the guests of the family of Ellis Searles at Hunt* ington. Robert E. Chatten and George Kutz of Goahsn wore here yesterday. Mr. Chatted ia deputy sheriff of Elk- lart county. Fort Wayne Journal: Mrs. L. M, Jones of West Berry Street, is eater, taiaingher niece Miss Mary Jones of iQganeport. Marion Nowa: Mrs. Sam Welch came home last evening from a two week's visit at Logansport and Mon- ticollo.... Mies Casaie Bond was the uest of friends at Logansport last evening, Kokomo Dispatch: Mrs. W. M. Bell is at Logansport visiting relatives . .. Miss Rita Massena of Logansport, '.B tho guest of her cousin, Mrs John Uappin, eoming over to take in the Elks' minstrel performance. Peru Journal: Miss Anna Hennery went to Logansport yesterday afternoon to spend a lew days with Mr and Mrs. John Daly.., .Charles Hanks and sister. Miss Mattie, went to Lo- gan'sport last evening to remain a few daya with relatives.,. .Mrs. .E. A. • Gould went to Logansport this afternoon .... Mrs. John Rigle and daughter, Miss Julia, returned home last evening after a visit with Logansport friends fora week.... Mr. and Mrs. Chas Neagles were in the city today from Logansport on their way to North Manchester. A Kal*» Alarm. The fire depatment was called to the Trade Palace dry goods store early^yesterday morning by a false alarm. The room was full of smoke, and the young man who opened up thought a fire had broken out. The smoke was from Dykeman's bakery, neit door, and gathered In the cellar. 1 ««n'< Prosperity Depends largely on the health of his wife. She should mantain her health and promptly correct any weakness by using Zoa-Phora. Sold by B. F. Kees- liog and Coulson & Co. A FML Drive. There will be a fox drive near Fletcher's Lake,'round up to be held at Wm. Powell's big field south of his Bethle hem township home, Saturday, February 23d. Tko Fimeral »f Bobert Dalzell. The funeral of Robert Dalzell will occur today at 11 a. m. at the Baptist church in Metea- The Rev. H. J. Norris of this city will conduct tho services. Most Stores reduce the price on slow sellers, we are giving 1-4 off on all Suits and Overcoats. We offer the choice of our entire stock. THE PROGRESS. Cor. Market and Fourth Street, Logansport, - - Indiana. SUITS TO ORDER $20 CASH Extraordinary Values, Equal to What Other Tailors Charge s-AO.O'O lor. W« arc Tiiniinpr out Great Qn;mtitscs oi' Work, and our Customer™ are J'ertcctly Satisfied. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. J. O. BRIDGE. O O Q GO BEST STANDARD MAKES. PRICES LOW. TERMS EASY 41O Broadway. Rear Hauk's Jewelry Store. Spring Curry Comb i Clock Spring Blade. Soft us a Brush. Fits every Curve. Th« nly Pcricct Comb- Cscd by U- S. Army mid by Garnnm mat repanRh Circuses, and Leading Horsemen of tlin Worid. "•*«SsSS3S^'Aslt yoni Dealer for It. Sample m.ii)cd post paid 25 ccntfc Beecnr pain.-on UicMmne. BtKlSU CUBBI COJUt CO.. 102L»r»jciUiSt.,SouUi lieud. IndU* The IVnlUlns: WUN Xot Wood. The sleighing has not been of the best for some time. When a bob-sled load headed by Mayor Geo, P. McKeo drove to the home of B. F. Campbell north of town Tuesday night, they were obliged to walk four miles to teep the horses from becoming ex nausted. Oiven-Me.Ii.ee. Howard C. Given of Star City and Mies Frances E. McKee of Cass county were married Monday at Rochester by the Rev. A. E Gift. They will live at Star City. ODR LITERARY LADIES- A Cliancc to Display Your Talent. To the lady composing the best advertisement on shoes, either in poetry or prose, I will present an ilegant pair of hand-made .slippers. The advertisement to be left »t my store on or before Feb., Ktb, 1895. The best composed advertisement to be decided by three competent udges. lam to have the privilege of using any or all compositions for advertising. The composition must not exceed 250 words. Must be written on one side of the paper only. LlXC W. PlLLKTG. 412 Broadway. ABOtrr FEET. We have seen, a great many essays on feet; but the best thing we have ever seen oa them were Pilling'g shoes. A gentleman or lady may be known by the shoes they wear; and •when one see a fine appearing, durable shoe there is reason to believe that it came from the enterprising shoe house of Filling's 41S Broadway. .viti»i'rio\.\t, i nc.tis. at All bbades, eatia party slippere, CHlO'd. Otto'o party slippers are in all shades. To Mr. and Meg. Chas. Stewart of Market street, a daughter. Neil Adame ia cow in business for himself in the city building on Third street. .The petit juiy was yesterday morn-y ing- dismiesed until tomorrow morning. Xoa cases of the two Ksnnedys, Sam and Dave, were yesterday con. tinued to Friday at 9 a. m. Cards have oeeo issued- by Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Keeping who will enter- laio the evening- of February iSthat' their home on North street. The valentine social £hat w&e to have been ^iven at the home of D. C. Justice tonight by the ladies of the Christian church, has been postponed. A bobsled load of young people will drive out to the home of Wilson Sea. right eight miles west of the city this evening. A good timo is expected. The executive committee of the Social.Union of the Cbrtsilan Endeavor Society, met lust night in busineei session at tho English Lutheran church. A party of ladles and gentlemen drove out Tuesday evening to the home of Joseph Glbdoo four miles- north of the city, and all report a pleasant evening. Twenty-five young ladles have bean engaged by Mr. W. O. Davis of South Bend, to work In Wilson Bro».' ihlrt factory at that point. They will earn to commence with about $3.00 per month. Peru Chronicle: An old man prob« ably 65 years of age made application at the j»ll yesterday night for food' and lodging and wa* kept u»tU. tbls v Horning, when Trustee ..McElheney gave him a ticket to Loganfport, where he bat a sister whom he withe* to tee. He was an old soldier and a member of the G. A. E.

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