Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 24, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, February 24, 1895
Page 8
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\ Specials For Today! $1.25 QUALITY BUTTON KID GLOVES REDUCED TO 49c. J ! I L_L $1.50 QUALITY POSTER HOOK KID GLOVES TODAY ONLY Nice Spring Jackets 'Worth $5, $/, $10 From i, to $1,98 62c. I I_I..TT 15 CENT SAXONY YARN ONLY 4 1-2 CENTS FELT SHADES ONLY 9 CENTS. Opaque Cloth Shades Only 27 CENTS A few fine Beaver Shawls very Cheap. GOLDEN RULE. W.D.PRATT/TRUSTEE. DAII Y JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNLSG. FEB. 24. Drink McLin's Kolatona. McKeen's steam laundry—pood work , Mra. George Murphy has left &'..' Joseph's hospital, and is able to return home. When. In want of pants leave your measure at South Side Woolen Mills. Satisfaction guaranteed. See the fancy silks in wash goods at 38 cents a yard. If you want them don't delay, I cannot duplicate them—• Trade Palace. An east bound freight on the Fan Handle yesterday ran over and killed a big Newfoundland dog belonging to Martin McHale. There will bs no devotional services as is the custom, at the Home for the Friendless this afternoon, on account of sickness at the institution. Miss May Simple entertained the L. L, of L. club very pleasantly Friday night at her home on Spear street. Elegant refreshments were served. Those present were Misses Maxwell, Hagenbuck. Klein, Bimesdarfor, K0«ll, Welch, Madge Maxwell and Cora Knell. CONTRIBUTION NO. 10. Brand New! Stock of Spring Clothing arriving daily at the • Progress. All the new shades in hats, the grandest line ever shown in the city. THE PROGRESS. Cor. Market and Fourth Street. Logansport, - - Indiana. ADDITIONAL. LOCAL. Thoro were 8,000 pairs In Otto Kraus' proat purchase. Got your shootings at the Trade Palaco and save money. Mrs. C. H. Starr entertained oho Thlmblo Club Friday aftornoon. Ahoraa owned by Chas. Smith of Onward, was terribly'Injured recently while beinfl; rlddon through the woods. The poor animal was impaled upon a snap. Read the Bee Hive's bargain advertisement, Uon't fall to attend the linen sale at the Trade Palace this week. The Bridge City drum f corps Is practicing on Tuesday ,and Friday evenings. Attend the up to date store, $5 dress food9 sale. Read our advertisement —Tho Bee Hive. Specialties in Oslo's sample sale. See advertisement. J. L. Wasbburn living near Star City, was seriously hurt in a recent runaway. Wanted, to Rent—A room In a pri-' vato family, with or without .board, by a gentleman. Sti.ll a few pairs of Peerlesa gaitera in patent leather French kid, cloth top, etc., wortb $5, for$1.25, at Olio's sample sale. SubiulleJ Durliii Our Iteccnl Ailvcr- tlwlus Contest. TKILVY'S SHOES. Hud Trilby lived in Logansport, Or Pilling In Parea, She need not dross tlioso pretty f«et Tn slices su ordinary, Those old gray sandal's which sfoa wore She might havo given to the poor. Those last or such angelic grace, TLoae feet which a:cists dtow, Poor Trilby did not dnro Incase Wlttiln'a common shoe, Least she their beauty might distort, Those footllr.gs were her cMef support. A sLoe ;is graceful as her foot, A shoo ot com; jrt too She might have worn, had she been born Thls>lde the ocean blue, In this fair land where right Is might And Pillln;'s shoes nuko lite delight Please ca.ll and get some of Life's Delight '-Filling's shoes." Prices ! the lowest and quality the best. Respectfully, LING W. Pi£LrN&; 41! Broadway. SUITS TO ORDER $20 CASH Extraordinary Values, Equal to What Other Tailors Charge S4O.OO lor. We are Turning out Great Quantities of Work, and our Customers are .Peri'ectly Satislicd. Prices are Very Low. Carl W. Keller; Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. FOOLESONG BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers O And Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROftDWfVY. .Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Ki^ht. Phone 2S~o 09. Wanted! 50 Salesmen; 15 'Wrappers; 1O Cashiers. APPLY AT THE NEW YORK BANKRUPT COMPANY! 324 Fourth Street, Logansport. Indiana. Wednesday Morning at 9 O'clock. In order to make our opening sale a success and to get acquainted with the public, we will start wita special opening sale FOR TEN DAYS ONLY! This stock of Clothing and Furnishingf was placed at our command and must be disposed of. Nothing Held. Nothidg Reserved. For Cash Only. Behold These Telling Prices! O MEN'S SUITS. BOYS' SUITS Worth |20 at 1 $7 98 Worth 18at 5 34 Worth Hat ...- 3 98 Worth 10 at 3 79 Worth Sat : 1 9S Worth $15 at $ft 88 Worth Sat... Worth 5 at... Worth 4 at... 3 73 2 48 98 OVERCOATS. Worth 12 at Worth 10 at Worth Worth Worth Worth Sat.. 5at.. 4 at.. 3 at... Worth $30 at $7 9S Worth 15 at 5 34 Worth 13 at 3 9S Worth 10 at 2 79 Worth 3 at 1 9S OVERCOATS. 5 24 4 98 3 78 3 43 1 48 71 Worth *15 at *G 98. Worth 12 at 0 24 Worth 10 at : 4 98 MEN'S PANTS, 500 dozen Jeans Pants worth $5 a pair at 59c 100 pair of pants worth .$5 a pair at - $3.34 360 pair of pants worth $3, $3.50 and $4 at $1.37 500 pair of pants worth 5, G, 7 and. 8 dollars at $3.73 FUKN1SHINGS, 4-p)y Linen Collar and Cuffa 2c each 800 Shirts and Drawers worth 76c and $1 at 29c 150 dozen Working Shirti worth 50a at I9c 100 dozen Stiff Hatg worth $1.50, $2 and $2 50 at 48c 150 Soft Hats worth $1.50, $2 and $2.50 at..,- _.73c I Remember this store will be open at 9:30 a. m. Wednesday, February 27th. These prices only good for 10 days. Avail yourself of this one Grand Opportunity of a Lifetime. New York Bankrupt Company, 324 Fourth Street, Logansport, Indiana, Room formerly Occupied by H. Wiler & Co.

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