Come Monday, Sure! Choice, Read Below! Choice 3 Lots Children's Underwear only ISc. Fine Button Kid Gloves, $1.25 quality, only 49c. Foster Hook Kid Gloves, $1.50 quality, for Monday, 62c. Children's Fine Imported Cassimere Hose, worth 75c. 29c. Fancy Eiderdown, worth 60 to 75c M reduced to 29c. Remember, we make Special Low Prices Monday on Eiderdown Cloaks and Misses Cloth Cloaks, only The Assignee Sale Of the Schmitt & Heffley, Golden Rule, Dry Goods House. ...... W. D, PRATT, Trustee. YOUB SAME IB PRIHT. licma of • Personal Character Con- eernlnxIjoKUiNporteriiaiKl Their Friends. In the city yesterday: H Kerlin of Delphi. J. A. Bridge of Flora. ' Lee Kline of Chicago. J, H. Kirk of Marion. W. H. Waits of Pulaski. G. W.Slbertof Kewanna. J. M. Dunlap of Franklin. J. H. McCully of Idavllle. J. G. Leonard ot Plymouth. C. W. Cooper of Remington. V. M. Spradling of Galveston. Stephen Marvin of Burnettsville. W. N. Ireland of Crawfordsville. J. Don Gorrell of the Jforth Judson News. Elwood Sine and Bsrney Redmon of Peru. Daniel Dagget and W. W. Gresham of Galveston. Miss Jesse Armstrong-, of Kokomo, is expected to-day to visit over Sunday with friends. 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 Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And .Retail Dealers in JFDRNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROfiDWflY, New Hack Line. I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in the future I 'can "be found ut the corner of 4th street and Broad way. wherel will be prepared from 9 o'clock in the morning to 9 in the evening to deliver parcels or «arry passengers to and from any part of.tha."city- My Charges Will - Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to jive the best services possible for the money. If "jfou have a parcel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work 'Uiat on,n be done with a street hack, I will be glad to do it. What could you do that a customers would appreciate more than calling the hack for Gltu? Special rates will be given you. Loavo^ortlers at 12th street Livery Stable or Goo. Harrison's GITBroad Wav. foars.Truly. JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING. FEB. 16. McKeen's stoam laundry — good work A dog was killed yesterday by Patrolman Smith. Visit John Gray's and examine that beautiful line of embroideries. Col. George Immel is unable to be out on account of rheumatism. City engineer Kay is able to be on* again after a sickness of ten days. J. M. Martin well known here" is said to have died recently at Montpelier. Compare Harry Frank's prices with any others and you'll find ours much the cheapost. The Howard school in Tiplon township has been closed on account of an epidemic of scarlet faver. The suit of Oscar Heinrich vs. EH* ward Burgman for damages, will come up for trial ic the circuit court. The L. L, L. Club met at the home of Miss Flo Kuans on Pratt street i'hursday evening. All report a good Wm, s. ; or Fine Printing. You will find the Journal Job Rooms unsurpassed. LETTER M&flDS INVITATIONS PROGRAMS, STATEMENTS, CflRDS, ENVELOPES fl SPEGlflUTY. You get our figures and we'll do thejwork, Do not fail to [call on the JOURNAL for Jot Printing. timo. It's no uso, the fine line of silks and dress goods at special prices surprl sea ill. Come quick with tho crowd to the Trade Palace. Mrs, John Wilson of Miami township ia said to be seriously ill. She is the mother of W. A. Wilson of Xo. 610 Michigan aveuue. Have you evor noticed how your system seems to crave special assistance in the spring? Just the help required is given by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Special low prices on black drees goods ths rest of this week. Don't miss it, ihen-blamo us if you have to pay more—Trade Palace special sale. A party of twelve young people from this city drove in a bobsled to the home of Peter Hiles near Royal Center Thursday night and were very pleasantly entertained. A dance was given to tho patients at Long Cliff hospital last night. Jos. Merrell led the orchestra and afterwards favored the company with a violin solo that was much enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Keller enter, tained eight of their friends last evening at the Murdock Hotel. The Elite Mandolin club furnished music for the dancing, after which an elaborate Danquet was served. • The death of Alvin Tocey, an eigh- ,eeu year old eon of the Rev. Toney, of Washington township, occurred Monday at Indianapolis. His malady was consumption. The funeral was hold Wednesday at Galveston. At present' there are' seven persons being cared for at tho Home for the Friendless on Race street, and six of these are sick. A. J. Ervin, who was taken 111 and cared for while on his way from Portland, Maine, to Wis- oonain, several weeks ago, is thought to be la danger of ending his days in the institution. Ben Fsttig of Elwood is visiting relatives hero. G. W. Emery camo in yesterday from Chicago. J. D. Johnston wont to Chicago yesterday on business. Judge N. 0. Ross was at Marion yesterday, on business. William Hagenbuck was at Marion Thursday, on business. George Gross was over from Wlna- mac yesterday on business. Chas. B. Stuart of Lafayotto, was hero yesterday on business. Jesse Moore of Indianapolis- was calling on friends yesterday. William Beggarly of Marlon was here yesterday visiting friends. Samuel-Gray of Galveston is spending tho cold months In the south. Mrs. Al Quealy and Miss Mame Fox returned from Chicago yesterday. White County Democrat: Frank Davis went to Logansport Tuesday to visit hla brother. Fountain City Enterprise: John West has moved his family from Logansport to Flora. Ml ; s Edna Bozarth will arrive to day from Peru to visit over Sunday with Miss Jessie Markley. Mrs. Sarah Minthorn of Royal Center is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Thomas. The Rev B. F. Gavins of Peru is ia tho city and will conduct the funeral of Mrs. H. J. Parks this afternoon. Newton County ' Eaterprise: Mr. Patrick Sparrow, o.' Logansport, spent the fore part of the waek in Kentland. A. C. Barnett of the Barnett hotel, has gone to Hot Springs, Ark., to take treatment. Linus MeRchem is left in charge. Miss Inez McGrew, of Duluth, Minn., has gone homo after a visit of three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. B F. Louthain. Mark Swayzee of the Crystal Rice Milling company of Marion, waa in Logaasport yesterday in the interests of his product. Peru Chronicle: J. E. Gibson of Logansport, was In the city today.... Bernin ' Redmon and Elwood Sine spent the day in Logansport. Dr. Grace is here from Indianapolis where he has h een attending a dental college. He will gracuate Feibruary 2Sth and expects to open as office here. Mrs Lulu K,loppecetein and daughter \vbo have been visitiug Mr. and Mrs. James Turner of Lucerne, were here yesterday on tneir way to their home at Souih Bend. , Marion Chronicle: Mrs. L. J. Starret and Mrs. R. J. Spencer returned last evening from Logansport whore they visited the husband and father. Thev found him no better John Gall of Logansport was calling on friends hers yesterday....!. W. Warner of Logansport representing the Standard Oil Company, waa in the city last night. SUITS TO ORDER $20 CASH Extraordinary Values, Equal to What Other Tailors '. Charge slO.OO lor. I We are Turnincrout Gre.it Qnautitscs of Work, and our Customers are Perfectly Suti;-liea, Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. J. O. BRIDGE. CO O fc O Q CO l BEST STANDARD MAKES. PRICES LOW. TERMS EASY. 410 Broadway. Rear Hauk's Jewelry Store. Spring Gurry Comb ) Clock Spring Blnde. Soft as a Brush. Fits every Curna. Ih« jOnly Perfect Comb. Used by U. S. Army end by Barnnia «ni Forcpaugh Circuses, and Leading Horsemen of thn W<xi& ' Ask your Dealer for It-' Sample mailed post paid 25 ccnfe JjBCnr mimn on llio tianma, BrBIXQ CDBBI COMB CO., I03L»fiJcMfSt,iOBtkB*nd,Ifl(U*<* Change of Venue Denied, M. D. Fanslar, attorney for Riley Ellis, charged with assaulting Warren Kncwles wuh murderous intent, asked for a change of venue yesterday. The motion was denied. The Judge was uot disposed to delay the case and disregard the rights of others con- ceined in the matter. Void due-AIK Zoa-Phora is compounded solely for diseases of women. In its iphere It has no equal. For testimonials and advics, address H. G. Colman, Secretary of the Zoa Phora Medicine Com- piny, Kalamazoo, Mich., or ask your druggist. Sold by B. F. Keesling and Coulson & Co. i Deulh of Mrs. S. II. Snell. The death of Mrs, Samuel H. Soell, aged 54 years, occurred yesterday at 3:30 a m, at the home in Tipion town ship. The husband and six children are bereaved. The funeral services will be held to-day, Saturday, at 2 p. m., and the KJV. Johu M. B. Reeves will officiate. The services will bo heid at the McKendroe chapel. Jos. Grace, ths uiothiog mac, was yesterday savaged ia adjusting tho insurance and loss on his stock which was recently damaged by fire, with the representations of the Continental, Traders, and Agricultural insurance companies. ADOITIOSAL ITKMS. Biirefoot boy wKli cheeks of tan, Don't go ba.ref jut tvion you can Get good siloes at Filling's ttore For a. lioljiir, loss or inure. Bring jour tore feet to Sis door, He will lit joy In the store. wintry blast* tli*a you am brave, Solid comfort vou will nave . Laclles shoes so m Gents? Yes, shoes In every JJne: Shoes for bnl).v, sSo;s foritll, Come to PlUiny's, short and ta!L Be has boots and shoes galore, 1'ou have trl d theoj oil before, And rou've always found them good, With tie price to suit yon- mooii. Grandma, come with VOQT lame feet. You will Ilnd his shots ,1 treat. Soft ajid pliable and nice: Yes, be'll salt joy in the price. Line' can (It jon every Unj«: He will save you manj .1 dime. Honest prices leads the van. • Come w PlUlns, tfte :hoe man. The above poem, written by Mary J. Washburn, was awarded first prize by the judges, representatives of the city papers, upon its merits as an advertisement. I wish to thank the many ladies who contributed and expect to give each, advertisement space in the papers. The add will appear by number, twice a week. Respectfully, Ltsc W. PILUSG. 412 Broadway. Drink McLinn's Kolatona. Moat magnificent embroideries you ever snw at John Gray'e. A porker with Svo parfectly feet was recently killed by Rehwald Bros., the butchers. Mrs. F. W. Moesta entertain frlenda Thursday at her homo Smead streot. CharleaWhceldon, formerly of Boone township, died February 2, at Denver, Colorado, aged 05 years. Mrs. E. J". Wolf ostsrtalneti a number of fdeadb at dinner yesterday at her home on North street. Conduetor'Sam Casaady has moved ia the KraUsh properly corner of Twentieth and Broad way. Col. J. p H B.-i'jghurst waa seriously ill Thursday night, bat was reported much improved yesterday. The Maccabees are Organizing a branch at Walton and arranging to start a tent at Royal Center. Judge U 2. Wiley of Fowler will occupy the bench of the Cass circuit court for a few days next week. We still have an excellent assortment of overcoats and 'sell them at 66 cents on the dollar—Harry Frank. All remaining winter cloaks and furs wilt bs closed at auch alow figure that we are unable to figure the discount—Trade Pilace. Every winter garaiest must go no matter what price, to make room for j large orders placed with our New j York factory.—Harry Frank. Erastus Shields who killed Jimmy Young, the latter, well known in tail city, was recsntiy sentenced at Hirt- ford City, to Sftesn years in the penitentiary for the crime. I have several thousand dollars loan at six per cent, on flrit-cle mortgage security. This money can be obtained by the rlgbt parties call- iog soon on exceptionably desirable terms. I also make loam in any earn over twenty-five dollar* on personal gecurity and buy good note*.—Geo. B. Forjjy.
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