Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 11, 1891 · Page 8
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March 11, 1891

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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500.00. We Would Rather Sell Per Day at 10 Per Cent. Than $200 at 25 Per Cent. WHY? Becuse We Turn Our Stock So much oftener at the same expense. You get the benefit of the "Cut Price.'' 7 These prices will do the work. Sale CommencesTo-Day. .. Good prints only 4Jc Best standard prints .(no reserve) 5 American indigo blue prints., ! 5i Standard -shirting 4 J 100 pieces Spring dress ginghams, worth 10 cents "J!' 75 pieces choice styles zephyr ginghams, worth 15 cents 10 Choice feather ticking only 13 J Lonsdalo, Hill & Barker bleach muslin 7:j- • 'Nameless" bleach muslin equal to Hope 65- Good standard sheeting 5 Turkey red damask, warranted 1SJ 50 pieces Beige dress goods *1 50 pieces Gray wool trill dress goods i "i 100 pieces 36 inch, plaid dress goods 101- Yard wide cachmere only 161 50 French pattern suits, imported to be sold at 518.00 to close at $12 50 L'OO dozen of the elegant fast black jersey ribbed hose at 3 pair for.: 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. Bring this price list. Respectfully, SCHMITT & HEFFLEY, GOLDEN RULE. NEW FACTORY. A Chance For Loeanvport to Add to tier Manufacturing IjitcreHtn. Under the head of "A Factory Wanted," the Muncie Times publishes the following: "W. B. Westlake was accosted this morning by a Times representative, and questioned as to the truth of the rumor that Muncie is to have a factory for the manufacture of wood mantels. The following is the substance of his conversation with the Times: "It is probable that a factory of the kind will be erected in • the gas belt, but at what point I am not prepared to say. I have now under considera- }ion several propositions from, other places and will probably decide soon. that the factory can be equipped before the season opens. There is no reason why wood mantels should not be made for the gas trade.' At present there are no mantles made in Indiana, and our greatest difficulty lies in the distance from the factories." . Should the factory be located at some other point, Mr, Westlake will move his headquarters to that place, keeping only a branch store in Muncie. At present the store here is the only one of the kind in the gas belt, and does a large business. Mr. Westlake is the pioneer in gas fireplaces, and has done much to create the demand throughout that territory. It is to be hoped the factory will be'located in Muncie." Mr. Westlake who is well known in this city, in conversation with a prominent citizen recently, expressed as his opinion that Logansport is the best city in Indiana for a factory of the kind. A little effort on the part of our citizens would probably locate the factory here. Let the Business Mens Association correspond with the parties. SUICIDE AT KOUTS. AT HARRY FRANK'S ANNUAL DISTRIBIiTION OF PRESENTS Wm. Graham, city, received dinner set; Rudolph Berndt, city, received table: E.G. Mead, Roy a 1 Center, received watch. The following received oteel engravings: C. C. Ouster, Alonzo Clary, F. Sanderson, Henry Mucker, A. B. Keeport, V. P. Winslow, Jacob Morehart, Mrs. Kr Rideel, J. H. Wirick. : ''] PERSONS HOLDING "•I The following Numbers will find it to their interest to call: ' 2383 2500 2850 3591 4394 4770 4858 5402 0120 1016C 11359 11877 , HARRY F R A N K. '•'TO BE SURE." ' S. H. Stark, Pan Hundlc A^eiit at KoutM, Fatally (Shoots NIiiiNClf VONterday, 8$. r- •V I PANTS, PANTS. I have secured 30 styles of Worsted Pantaloonings which Isold heretofore and are sold everywhere for $10, but which I se^l now.for the low price of EIGHT DOLLARS! i The biggest bargain T ever had. Call early and secure choice, JAKE HE RZ. For the Next Four Weeks bs >: I will sell you an elegant suit for .00 CASH. -J> ) I do this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to |this city P; J. HOOLEY, 323 Pearl Street. Daily Journal. S. H. Stark, Agent of the Pennsylvania railway company at Kouts station on the Chicago Division shot himself yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, inflicting a wound from which he died at 4:25. Stark was 35 years of age, married and had two or three children. He had been Pan Handle agent, at that ;place for several years and was quite well known among- the train-men and operaters here. For some time past he had been drinking heavily and the company taking notice of his habits discharged him a day or two ago. It is though that the dismissal so worked on his mind that he choose death in preference. The Auditor of the road went to Kouts yesterday afternoon to transfer Stark's accounts only to find that the agent was dying. Stark carried $1,500 insurance in the voluntary relief fund. ^^B » ^5* -»* -c'Avu^xutt'-^31 \TQILETTISSU Wilson, Humphreys & Co., 2OO and 2O2 Fourth St. WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 11. Come to Moore's opening to-night. Calico, only 4i cents at the Golden Rule. Use J. B. L. Blood and Liver Tonic. eodtw City orders for sale.—Victor E. Seller. mch4dtf Intensely realistic melo-drama at Dolan's to-night. Our 75-cent shirts to close at 4o cents, at the Golden Rule. To close'out our unlaundered shirts, we offer them at 25 cents.—Golden Rule. ' You will see the finest line of dress goods ever exhibited in Loganspprt to-night at Moore's. opening. Mrs. M. A. Zook, wife of Superintendent Zook of the Monon, is in the city the guest of Mrs. C. W. Graves. Surer foundation cannot be laid than the real merit which is the solid base for the monumental success of Hood's Sarsaparilla. . 9 The acting dogs and two performing bears will, be introduced in .Frank Frayne's great, wildwest masterpiece, [ Si Slocum" at Dolan's to-night. It makes no difference to the Bee Sive whether you have the cash, our prices shall be just as low to you if you are obliged to have goods charged. Remember the social of the ladies of the Baptist Church at Mrs. Aldrich's, corner North and Ninth streets, this afternoon and evening. Supper from 5 to 8 o'clock. We are adding innumerable bargains to erery department in our house. Do not pass the Bee Hive to-day if. down ,treet. It will be to your interest to Day us a visit. Chicago Real Estate—See H. Bale's office, Murdock Hotel. •:. Lecture on he "Past, Present and- Future. of Chicago," in hall in Musodeon ;block Thursday evening, March 12, at 8 p. m. sharp. mchlld2t t i Flo A. Brinkerhoff left the city Saturday morning' accompanied by her mother, Miss Flo stopping off at Fort Wayne with her cousin, Miss Addie Yokey. Flo expects to attend the Conservatory of Music in that city, and thus avail herself of the opportunity of securing a thorough musical course. It was with regret she bid adieu to the pleasant friendships formed during 1 her brief stay in Logansport, but the best wishes of har new-made friends accompanied her to her new home, and the separation will not break the golden links of friendship, but absence will but strengthen the cords until the friendships are renewed by frequent returns to the city. dlt . Frank Duckworth, who has been working at the Gorman wheel and novelty works at Gosheu, is back home, his occupation having been knocked out from under him by the failure of the company. Charles R. Gorman, the young Englishman who is well known here in connection with his unsuccessful efforts to permantly establish the above company in this city, does not appear to be able to cope with the many viscissitudes besetting his pathway in the line he has adopted. The wheel works will be sold soon to satisfy the claims of the stockholders. Long winded price lists is what the public denounce nowadays. .It is an easy matter to rush in print and quote low prices on paper; to produce the article is quite different, for instance, say 16 yards standard bleached muslin for $1. That's what the Bee Hive will do to-day. There is no certain hour OT limit to quality either. • Yesterday in the Circuit court Louie McLauffhlin was granted a decree of divorce from her husband, Edward MeLaughlin, and , privilege to resume her...maiden name, Louie:Dunsiger. Sho was also given the custody of, their child. The complaint was based on the defendant's failure to. provide. What a Cent Will Buy. You can buy any of the following articles 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 ' 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-but they are only samples. ^ •-••:,'-;•:* 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 :...;, - -' i ; ,;•/" ! . 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;

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