Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 15, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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Must Go! All Clfe Oils 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. LadiesV.Men's and Chiidrens, 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 woo! double shawls go at a big sacrifice, Come to the great sale before you are too late. GOLDBN RUb W. D. PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers 'Acd Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWflY. New Hack Line. I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in the future I 'can 00 found at the corner of 4th street and Broadway, wherel will be prepared from 0 o'clock in the morning to 9 in tho evening to deliver parcels or •sarrp passengers to a,ad from any part of.tho.city- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to give tho best services possible for tho money. If -.ouliavo a parcel to deliver or a passenger to doliver, or any lisht work itot cTu be done with a street hack, I will be fflad to do it. What could J-ou do that a customers would appreciate more than calling; the hack for ; :"liu? Stiociu.1 rates will be given you. . Lmivelorders at 12th street Li vary Stable or Goo. Harmon s blTBroad vav. . DAII -y JOURNAL FKLDAY MORNING. FEB. 15. Fine Printing. You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. '.LETTER HBfVDS . NOTE«EflDS, STATEMENTS, ENVELOPES INVITATIONS PROGRAMS, CrtRDS, SFEGlflL/TY. You get our figures and we'll do the work. Do not fail to jcall on the JOURNAL for Job Printing. Miss Anna Dolan la reported 111. MoKeea'ssteamlaundry—good work. The Misses Keeport gave a sleighing party last night. John Baker opened hla new aaloan on Tolrd street yesterday. Mrs. E f. Keller entertained R number of friends last evening. Mrs Samuel Snell of Tlptoo township, is reported dangerously ill- Posilively one.third off on all winters suits and overcoats—Harry Frank. Joseph Srahh celebrated his nineteenth birthday anniversaiy yesterday. Why not buy a $13 ulster or ovor- cont for $10, now offered by Harry Frank. Sim acd .lave Kennedy will appear for trial In the Cass circuit court at 9 a. ID. today. Joel A. Baker and Hannah M. Lee were married last night at Walton, where both reside. E G Kortos, the tailor, is seriously elok with pneumonia at tbe borne of his wife's parents on Race street. lira. F. W. Moesta entertained a company of friends at her home on Smead street yesterday afternoon. A. S. Thornton yesterday celebrated his 74sh birthday. He has baen a rebidontof LoffiOfport for CO years. Notwithstanding; the groat cut in price ou boys' overcoats, Harry Frank still presents sleds and coastera free, A ruling was made yesterday in ' favor of the defendant in tho case of Mary Smoker v? Jos. Gray, suit on bond. Tho managers of the Home for the Friendless desire to return thanks for the proceeds of the Goetz charity concert. Taka advantage of the extreme low prices now quoted by Harry Frank on overcoats and suits, gloves, mitts and underwear. All telegraph operators on the Wabash road will hereafter be required to give bond of ?500 for faithful and careful service. Two cases against John Wilts, the saloonist, on tbe charge of celling liquor to minors, will be called today in the circuit court. Acting through the blood, Good's Sarsaparilla not only cures scrofula, salt rheum, etc,, but gives health and vigor to the whole body. A horse belonging to W. H. Bear of Jefferson township was injured re- cenily »t the bridgeorer the Pan Handle railroad at Curveton. . Glen Powlen, a two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. James N. Powlan, died yesterday at 11 a. m. : The funeral will ooiur today aV 2 p. m: from tie home in the Eait Efif The,Rev. W. R, Wones will conduct the ier- vlces. .-.:.. .-. '•.;;: ..-..•:•-. •• TOUB NAME ISPBHTCV Item* of « Personal Character Concerning Loguigporiera and Their In the city yesterday : Will Dunkle of Delphi. W. S. Woods of Kokomo, O. L. Gruwell o£ Roytl Center. G. W. Thompson of Winamac. C. L. 'Anderson of New Waverly. A. EtBenbeiBS acd wife of Goihen. Attorney D. H. Woods of Kokomo. E. G. Reasoner and V. Q. Irvin of Peru. Fred Homburg has returned from Indianapolis. C. G. Dodge was at Indianapolis yesterday on business. Capt. W. H. Snider returned from Indianapolis yesterday. George E. Cory of Chicago Is visiting friends in this city. Harry Frank, jr., of Flora, is in the city visiting hia parents. Miss Blanche Matthews has returned from a visit at Kokomo. A. C. Barnott will leave for Hot Sprlngd, Arkansas, today. Miss Allide Shurto of Lowell, is 1 visiting her brother Lew Shurte. Willie Wilklna has returned from Lafayette where he visited friends. Dr. J. A. Downey is entertaining his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Downey of Paris, 111. The Rev. D. P. Putnam was at W abash yesterday visiting 'the Rev. Chae. Little, Ben Fettig of Elwood, formerly a cl»rk at the Bee Hire is visiting relatives in the oily. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller of Lafayette were here yesterday to attend the funeral of Robert Dalzoll. Mrs. C. B. Longwell went to Indianapolis yesterday to visit her husband Eopresentative Longwell. Miss Myrtle Foust has returned from Kokomo, where she visited a few days with an uncle, James Foust. Mra. Cochran and son of Peru are here, called by tho serious illness of Mra. Cochran's neice, Mrs, March. Miss Bertha Bonebraker who is attending high school here, will spend Sunday with her parents at Cutler. Ind. Miss Maud Miller, who has been visiting Mrs. J, C. Beatty for some time, has returned to aer home at Lafayette. W. H. Smith of the Fraternal Building & Loan Association of Indianapolis, was here yesterday 'on business connected with that institution. Lafayette Call: Mrs. W. H. Miller was called to Logansport this morning by the death of her brother, Mr. Robert Dalzell ____ B. G. Neher of Logansport was in tbe city last night, registered at the St. Nicholas. To bo a Fn The Tousley property at Royal Center has been purchased by the M. E. congregation of that place, for a parsonage- Ball at Iho Kink. A ball was given by the Fortnightly Revellers at the rink last evening. Over one hundred couples were in attendance and a most enjoyable time was spent by all. KulliiS Aii«ias« a. Widow- The administrator of tho estate of late Henry Dllery was yesterday in, structed to prepare another report. Tbe judge ruled that the widow had aigned away hur rights and was not entitled to gl. 500. scw the Piu A.. B. Keeport & Co., will In future use slack coal for burning lime at their lime works, in the place of natural gas. A hollow conSoed blast coal burner with a patent smoko consumer, has been put in at tbe v?ork». Mr*. Da Vore'» Lecture. Mrs. DeVore at the First Presbyterian church last night, interested a, good audience with an addrets on Alaska and iti resources; its natives and their needs, and in the life of a missionary to that Bar country. The lecture was an able oae. Llent. Landry Transferred. Second Lieut S, It. Landry has been transferred from the levenue cutter "Salveston" posted at Galveston, Texas, to tho ninth life saving district, with headquarters at Detroit, Mich., and he will report there for duty at the end of his leave of absence which expires February 26th. Death of an Old ludlmn. James Sissc-quas, a Miami Indian, died recently at the reservation near Peru. He was 95 year* old, end the grip laid him low after he had long survived the battlea between his people and. the pale faces, in which he i» s*ld to hare been one of the braveit and moat intrepid of hU tribe of fighters. Sasioquas was one of the few genuine Indiana at the reservation. reduce the price on slow sellers, we are giving 1-4 off on all Suits and Over- v coats. 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 i Ciiarftc i»40.0'O lor. We are Tiiniiiijrout Great Quauti.tses of Work, and our Customers are Perfectly Satislieil. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. J. O. BRIDGE. O fc 04 O Q CO BEST STANDARD MAKES. PRICES LOW. TERMS EASY. 410 Broadway. Rear Hauk's Jewelry Store. ••DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF. Election of Ofiicera. The following officers were elected last night by Division 2G, U. R K. P., for the enauing year: Sir Kniffbt Capt—G. A Schaefer. Sir Kulght Lieut—C. Graham. Sir Knigat Herald—G B. Barren. Sir Knight Treasurer—W. Legff. Sir Knight Recorder—J. F. Comln- gore. Sir Kaight Trustee—T. M. Quiglev. The above officers will be installed at Ibe next regular meeting by Col Ensmiager. OUR L1TEMRY LADIES- A Cliaucc to Display Your Talent. To the lady composing the best advertisement on shoes, either in poetry or prose, I will present an elegant pair of hand-made .slippers. The advertisement to be left et iny store on or before Feb., 14th, 1S35. The best composed advertisement to be decided by three competent judges. I am. 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 tbe paper only. Lisc W. PILLING. 412 Broadway. ABOUT FEET. We have seen a great many essays on feet; but the best thing we have ever seen on them were Pilling's 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 enter, prising shoe house of Filling'! 41* Broadway. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. Driuk M'CLinn's K'ola- tina. It is said that the work on the pro« posed Siroekor-Taber business block at Nos. 506 and 508 Broadway, will be let about March 1st. Sbroyer & Ual, whose stock In Justice block was recently d by fire, have sctiled with the insurance company for $900. . Joseph L Brloley and Florence G. Conk)ing were married Tuesday by 'Squire 13 F. McKeo. Both parties, live in Sjth'eliem township. Harry Frank, Jr., of Flora, and WV F. Duakle, of Delphi, (managers) are here selecting lines of goods for next spring, no*, made at Harry F.-enk's own factory. A bob-sled load of young peopl e drove to tho home of Wm. Searight weal of iown last night, and were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Se&rightla a very pleasant manner. A anding for tho defendant in Ihe ca-;sof W. E. Swestva. T. P. Sweet was made yesterday in the circuit court. The action grew out of a dii« pute over the Battlement of a partner. ship. Peru Journal: Mre. Sommern. a widow with several children, who hat been in reduced circumstances, died last night at her home, corner of Fremont Rod Tenth streets. The re* mains will be Interred in Logansport'. tomorrow and'the? will probably be. taken down In tho morning overland. The supper given by the East Division of the Ladies' Society of Ihe Firit Unirersallit church last eranlrf a» the home of their pasior proved a financial and a social success. eraryliad musical program was dered, »nd-tha evening will ba remembered by those present M enjoyable event. Xotlee to O. B. «». On account of *lckne»s in building there will be.no meeting Friday, 15th, of the Order of the Etftwo Star. By order of W. M. .

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