Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 1, 1935 · Page 14
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, July 1, 1935
Page 14
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SERVICE WITHIN THE MEANS OFALU LOGANSPORT PH ARO S-TRIB U N E Monday Evening, July 1,1985 Personalized Service Chase '& Co. offers an unsurpassed service, combined with an establishment that excel Is. A successful background for over'a quarter of a century. CHASE. & CO; PHONE 473 LOGAffSPOBT, DO). "That. Superior Ambulance Service* WHITE HATS US BIQCJB — IS CREPE— SS FELT , Such" fine detail work, such good coking, lines, Wve-rarely been able to offer under $2.95—now— ?1.00 — $1.49 — $1.95 SEYBOID'S—PHOJfE 4«» Assortment Jpeed Queen Washen More for Your Mo n e y! clean, fast washing afc-the -price on. any clieap wastier^;:Years of experience in ..,asaiB.'s-ia'ac nine aianufaoture and hundreds of your Mends to recommend tnem. — PRICE — $39.50 —$49.50—'$5950 Model 1KDWAKE — STOVES — PAINT — FOR SALE TJ§ed Electric -Range in good condition. Flanegin Hardware Co. Bat Kiddie, 'Knead' -Bread to, t ur- aish the reserve energy you need. LUGGAGE Just-in time 'for the 4th of July holiday and vacation, days Ahead. Dozens of fine pieces of luggage— women's fitted and unfitted case», women's gladstones, men's glad- itones. and; suit cases. The collec- ion represents the finest merchandise of some of our best manufac- ,urers. SETBOID'S—PH05E 4«» SUPPER Chicken sandwiches, baked beans, scalloped potatoes, ice cream, etc. Calvary. Presbyterian Church, Tuesday, July 2—5 to 8. Mr. and Mrs.-Charles Jacoby of Anaheim, Cal., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward Manes, 316 Fourteenth street- They spent some time last week in Jonesboro and on Tuesday intend to go to South Bend for a visit, ,'returntag here before leaving for California. AUTOS (MfW M VSEO) FINANCED •tthor tbe uerw or oM w*e»— tot or no*. We dtao wtoanee contracts bo peovfcfc 00 3»W JMtO-t LOCAL FINANCI COUP ORATION LlOAL LOAN CO. 41014 Broidwar ; Over Bailey Mirket T«l»phoiu 1380. • •&OGAKSPORT, INDIRA Youthful Stars With Lewis Brothers Circus New Mat Champion rff yf ,J f f f ^s 'v^ j V »,' N •• v ^i;»^:J D»n 0'M«h«n«y Dan O'Mahoney. who defeated Jim Londos, heavyweight wrestling champion before a, record- breaking crowd in Boston, now seeks to meet Don George, New England's champ, before he 'can lay undisputed claim to the heavyweight title. SUMMER FURNITURE Smart, comfortable, .attractive gliders, also garden umbrellas and occasional chairs, designed -with a thought for service and comfort. SETBOLD'S—PHOJtE 469 Auction of Real Estate and Goal Yard FRIDAY, JU1Y-5; 1935, AT-1514 12TH ST. (lOGAJfSPOET, BDIANA, AT U80 SHAEP) Con»iBtine-ol: . 1 railroad switch;' 1' Chevrolet truck; 1 large set o: Fairbanks scales,'22 ;ft;.long, will weigh * ^'^^f^L ing, 16530 and 8x16; shovelB and forks and office.fixtures... This is ,reli location, :be sure and ; look this over and be here on .'hour of sale 'to''bid. : ...... TON Y SAN Di; Owner FBANK KIVEIT, Auctioneer—Phone 3039 their youth accomplished, trapeze performers, pictured -above, are true exponents of tie agility and charm of. youth in the circus. There will be also the Moreen Troupe of five youns people in a brilliant teeterboard act, tie Famous Chester Trio\of -wirewalkerB just returned from' a three-years European ^tour; the M«lzer Trio in a novel and highly entertaining trampoline act, the Aerial Grants and many other similar acts. Betsy Ross, juvenile western film star and the idol'of all young- atsrs'that admire youag and keen horsemanship,, 'will mak*. a. personal appearance at every performance of the Lewis Bros. Circus during its appearance here. Electric Light Bills Are due and pay*.'ble*t!i« 1st to the 10th of each month. Penalty 10 per cent oa bills wnotrntinz to 13.00 or less, 8 p«r cent on excess of-$3-00 .Trill- be added 'if not-:paid: on.or before th* I5th of each month'. Francis Dr«» Shop, 715 B. Btfwj. EMCTBICAI;; SEKVIC3E w SERVICE E Phone 650 «Si i* ,*LJ -I* Matt Biddle /& Sammie- Aerlalists .Lewis Bros. Three-Ring Circus and Trained Animal Show, coming to Logansport Thursday, July 4,' for a one-day engagement at the Fair . Ground?,: has: -'.built its two- irurs performance r this season around youth. .A great number of aerlial, acrobatic • and -gymnastic novelty acts will' be ' p.-esented • by young artist* of The world of sawdust- -who hi-e been bm-n ucJer tbe whits tops .ace who h-ire beeu brought up by artst parents in tbe circus atmosphere. .ami.. .Samnij.. despite The Insurance You Will Prefer FRANK AMOSS 210 fourth St.—Phone 179 LOGA3SSPOBT, ISDIAKA ^ "Sure—I Will Insure Yonr Car" COAL BLUE MOUNTAIN (West TlrgJniaj BOFEBOK (Kentucky) ]VO. 3 PO eAHOJTTAS (lamp or E?g) EED AEEOW (Seml-SmokelessV EEBPEPPEE (Elkhorn) BEACKPEPPEB • (EangeCoal) Phone 175 Loke Maxinkuckee Ice & Coal Co. Kelvi nator TODAY! Built To Lost A Life-Time! QUIET— EFFICIENT — ECONOMICAL Priced As Low As— " ' " ' : •'•'-•'• ' Terms As Low As 15c Per Day! There is no gambling an quality in choosing KELVINATOR. The first home refrigerator made w°s Kelvinator, built in 1914. One refrigerator out of every ^six built is made by Kelvinotor-the largest exclusive refrigerator company! ... Charles Young & Son NEW FURNITURE STORE A Sensational Mon6y-Saying Opportunity To Buy Furniture For Every Room At SUITES SINGLE .PIECES: MATTRESSES SPRINGS EVERY «••-•—^-— ITEM : . ^MB«^^M*^^ REDUCED 20% FOR THIS ^"T^ 1 ^™" EVENT! Just One of Many Values A Magnificent Suite for Your Bedroom! Shown' above- is one of tHe -biggest yalues-.in • our - great:July.Sate;!' A FOUR piece!Beciroom Su.ite^of carefuily ; matched walnut veneers, combined with rosewood^ laid over choice gumwood. Regular Price $77.50 SALE PRICE ::; full .Spring Construction Two Handsome Pieces for Finest Living Room y not a "Sale Suite" but is instead, one of 'otir^ery-'chpicest-numbers/ now offered;to discrimii^ng; buyers, at- a marked- reduction! You ,ma^c]3pose from many^fine ypholsteringsI FISH

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