Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 10, 1891 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Tuesday, March 10, 1891
Page 8
Start Free Trial

'.XV, r 5^ ^ We Would Rather Sell $500 Per Day at 10 Per Gent, Than $200 at 25 Per Cent. WHY? Beciise We Turn Our Stock So much oftener at the same expense. You get the benefit of the "Cut Price.'' These prices will do the, work. Sale CommencesTo-Day. Good prints only Best standard prints (no reserve) American indigo blue prints Standard shirting 100 pieces Spring dress ginghams, worth 10 cents 75 pieces choice styles zephyr ginghams, worth 15 cents Choice feather licking only Lonsdale, Hill & Barker bleach muslin ' 'Nameless" bleach muslin equal to Hope • Good standard sheeting Turkey red damask, warranted • 50 pieces Beige dress goods 50 pieces Gray wool trill dress goods 100 pieces 36 inch, plaid dress g-oods ' Yard wide cachmore only 50 French pattern suits, imported to be sold at $18.00 to close at $12 200 dozen of the "elegant fast black jersey ribbed hose at 3 pair for 4Jc 5 '5J 4J 7.V 10 131, 7:{ •6J 5 IS.] 16 J 50 25 In this sale we will offer SPECIAL LOW PRICES on Spring Jackets, and wish to call special attention to our number at $3.25 which is a bargain. We Have Just Opened a New Line Of Triotine Silks that generally sell at $1.25 per yard, we will offer them At 721-2 Cents. See Them. Everything sold as advertised. Briug this price-list. Respectfully, SCHMITT & HE.FFLEY, GOLDEN RULE 8$. PANTS, PANTS. f I have secured 30 styles of Worsted Pantalooniogs which' sold, heretofore and are sold everywhere for $10, which I sell now for the low price of EIGHT DOLLARS ! i . 'The biggest bargain I ever had. Call early and t secure choice, JAKE HERZ. Tor the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for I212.OO CASH. |l do this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever .brought to |this .city Pearl Street. Daily Journal. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH. 10. Indian clubs at the Bazaar. Read price list.—Golden Rule. Natural gas bills for March due today. Use J. B. L. Blood and Liver Tonic. eod&w City orders for sale.—Victor E. Seiter. mch4dtf Indian clubs 40 cents a pair, at the Bazaar. Read our advertisement.— Schmitt & Heffley. Bicycles and tricycles for children at Hanna's. Gems in our trimming department, at the Bee Hive. If you are in aproperframe of mind you will go to Hanna's for your picture frames. You are invited to save yourself money by attending our sale. —Schmitt & Heffley. Union labor and American work people make the Merick • thread, sold' by Patterson, the Haberdasher. The best exercise for both old and young is a pair of Indian clubs. Remember, the Bazaar keeps them. It is an easy matter to buy stuff, but to buy the correct thing at the correct price, there is ihe rub.—-Bee Hive. We have under way • 'a benefit sale" which we shall announce in a short time.. Look ont for breakers.—Bee Hive. Hereafter all garments made up by E. F. Keller the tailor, will have attached the Union label, he having decided to make his shop a strictly union shop employing only first class union tailors. Yesterday Pan Handle Detective John .Gallagher arrested and jailed Henry and Wm. Whipple, Wm. Smith, Harry Shines and Frank Fouts, lads of tender age, on the charge of stealing from cabooses in the Pan Handle yards. WHERE IS M. L. MYERS? trniice I>lNnpp< nrunec <jl' M. . My*r»—Gone for Tvo dnyw tuid Nothing Heard of Him. He i>eavc* Home to co to Koyul Center and HUB DIsnppenrcd Utterly. M. L. Myers, residing with his wife and two children on Illinois street, East End, has been missing- since the 27th of February, and his family and Mends are begining to 'eel uneasy concerning him. On. the morning of Friday, the 27th of February, Myers left home, telling his wife that he was going to Royal Center for the day. He is canvassing for an ironing pad, and said that be would work Royal Center in a day and be back in the evening, lie did not return as he had promised, and although his wife wondered at his prolonged stay she said nothing about it until last Friday, when she notified the Masonic lodge, of which the missing man is a member, and an investigation was immediately begun. Myers has been in poor health for some months, past and has been receiving aid from the Masons. Telegrams were sent to Royal Center, Star City and Winamac, but responses from these points declared that nothing had been seen of the man at any of the places. Myers was raised near Winamac and is well known in that region. He was a clerk at Cunningham's drug store until the store was sold, when he began canvassing 1 for household articles and making a living as best he could. He was much discouraged, his ill health and loss of his position preying on. hia mind, and the morning he departed he remarked to his wife that he would never amount to anything and that he was completely discouraged. He also complained of a severe pain in his head and was clearly not in a condition to go away from home. Myers wore when he left a dark overcoat, dark blue coat and vest and dark striped pants. He had on a tight fitting velvet cap and dark spotted silk muffler and had a Masonic emblem pin on his necktie. He is 32 years of age, about five feet, four or five inches in height, and will not weigh more than 100 pounds. He has dark hair and a small mustache, is quite pale and ill looking. The friends of the missing man are feeling much apprehension concerning the strange absence-of Myers, who had but little money with him at the time of his departure. It is feared that his mind has suddenly wavered and that he has wandered off into the country some place and probably died from exhaustion. Should any one who reads this know anything of the whereabouts of M. L. Myers he is asked to communicate immediately with this office or J. L. Lin- •vill, W. M. of Orient Lodge, F. and A.M. Order of .Equity. A branch of the Drder of Equity was established here ~ last Friday evening with about twenty charter members, from which the following officers were elected to serve the following year: C. C.—Sam Oppenheitn. V. C.—Wesley Foskett. Sec'y—Wm. H. Porter. Treas.—Wm. H. Brown. Chaplain"—Elias Winters, Marshal—Wm. H. Shroeder. I. G-.—Henry Kammerer. 0. G.—Leonard Wecht. Adjuster—Harry Tucker. Trustees—Harry Barnes, Herman Stern, Att C. Barnett. M. D. Med. Ex & P. C.—H. D. tery. The Order of Equity is similar in its workings to the Order of Iron Hall. Its sick and accident benefits being the same but its policies mature in a less time; and they have less assessments each year to pay. AT HARRY FRANK'S ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION; OF PRESENTS Wm. Graham, city, received diuner set; RudolphBerndt, city, received table; B. C. Mead, Roya 1 (Jenter, received watch. The following received oteel engravings; C. C. Ouster. Alonzo Clary, F. Sanderson, Henry Mucker, A, B. Keeport, V r . P. Window, Jacob Morehart, Mrs. B. Rideel, J. H Wirick. PERSONS HOLDING The following Numbers will find it to their interest to call: 2383 2509 2850 3591 . .4394 \ 4770 4858 5402 9120 10166-11359:11877 H A R R Y F R A N K 'TO BE SURE" : •*•* •e»—PACKAGE TOILET TISS Wilson, Humphreys & 2OO and 2O2 Fourth St. Hat- Tlic TinTple-kowe Judgment. The sheriff has levied on most, if not all of Hugh Lowe's properly to satisfy the judgment rendered against him in favor of the Turpie brothers. In the meantime Mr. Lowe is preparing to light the process to the limit of the law. Simon P. Thompson holdi a mortgage on part of the realty, and it is claimed that deeds to several other parties for other tracts of land have been made. Lowe owas about 1,300 acres of land in this county and valuable property in Ohio, against the latter of which, Turpies have already commenced attachment proceedings. The fight is not, over yet, and from the outlook has only commenced.—White County Democrat, Mrs. Annie Longabaugh and daughter Stella, the mother and sister of Harry Longabaugh, the Pan Handle fireman, left this mor.ning for Davenport,-Iowa, to reside permanently. Harry will accompany them as far as Chicago. . To purify Your blood Take Hood' Sartaparilla.. J> What a Cent Will Buy. Harina. has heaps of hold harticles. handy house- You can buy any of the following articles for,' a, penny at McCaffreys': 4O Hair Pins, 5OO Yards of Thread, A Paper Needles, A Paper pins, 1 Dozen Cloths Pins, A Fancy Thimble, 2 Lead ... Pencils. .' i -: It costs us a hundred times as much to tell you of this as we will ever, make on what you buy of them-nbut they are only samples. , ;; . 1; If a penny buys so much what will 100 pennies buy? If some necessities cost so little, others will be proportionately as cheap and McCaffrey keeps almost every necessity or luxury that you have want for. COST Is an all important matter with you on such things. Pay $500 more than you should for a house and it is comparitively little. But pay more than you should for what you every day find need for, and the constant drain will in a few years take all that a home would cost you.' You pay for all things just the least that they can sell for by . ; ; , :•• •'• M. McCaffery & Co.

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 14,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free