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November 17, 1897

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

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To go Below Us in Price, is to go Below Us in Quality. WE GIVE AWAY FREE With every purchase of $20 Cash a very Fine Coat and Hat Rack. ' With every Boys Suit Short Knee Pants, Suit or Overcoat. One Savings Bank Free. Good news to Thousands We <,'ive away the above articles in addition to selling our famons make of Clothing nt Manufacturers prices. No matter what inducements-others hold out for your trade we'll always go them one better. Tins is a good time to pick out your Heavy Suit and Overcoat. The assortment won't be so complete later on, nor will the prices be so Low, because these were all bought before the High Tariff went into effect, and we'll have to pay more when we replace them. This week's offerings ought to interest all shrewd shoppers. $7 50, $10 and $12 For Suits and Overcoats. All wool, fast colors In all kinds of goods. An? of the above mentioned Suits and Overcoats will cost you $2,50 more it> any other house In Logansport. Those low prices are mentioned by us because we are manufacturers and no middleman's profit to pay. $2, $3, $4 and $5 Are the prices that h^Jj out Inducements In cur CHILDREN'S PAB.LOK, both In Suits and Overcoats, Knee Pants Suits, ages 3 to 16 years. Your mothers can save enough by buying at "The Hub" on one purchase to buy a pair of shoes or his Underwear and can save money besides. 3.00 Hats $1 for §1.50 Hats, $1.50 for §2 Hats and 2.00 for that sell anywhere for 3.00. lOc for Hose you pay 15c for elsewhere. 50c for Fleeced Lined Underwear that other Houses sell at a big Bargain for 69 cents. The Best Unlatindried Shirt for oOc in America. oO cents tor an elegant Lauudried Shirt, Fancy Bosom, extra Cuffs. 50 Laundried Shirts Cuffs attached,2 extra Collars for your moneys worth. Call at THE HUB, Harry prank's Old £tand. Young, THE MERCHANT TAILOR THIS FALL Por A. Suit or Overcoat, He Makes Stylish Garments. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store. W. R. HENING & CO. Successor, to rht> Equitable Produce and Stock Exchange. rnoltal Stock tlOO 000. fully paid. Members of cJnsoUdated Produoe and Stock Exchange, wewrmsh our customers dally market ro- Mits over our private wlree ID this citj. We respectfully solicit your t at.romi K e through our local ojrres pood ante . W. Miltier «;. A. B. HullAIaff. Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. Insurance and Loans. All kinds of Insurance and Bonds written In first class companies. Money to loan 8 per cent, S. M. Closson,3l9 Pearl St. Kroeger & Strain. UNDHRTAKB.RS C. O. Heffley, Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. 308 Fourth Street. OITY NRW3. TBLBPHOSB - Oflloe. «3. Kroe(r«t, 1W • train. M. If You Want to Borrow Money On City or Farm Property oali on M. YRLiSRY, — 304 Fourth Street.— ake you a Loan of f2S and upward sums over ROO 6 per cent. GEORGE W. RODEFER. Seal Estate, Loans. Fta S 01 S drtTcltT ™ Market street bridge. Of all Kinds Written by GEO. GQNSER. OR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth and Broadwav Central Telephone No Office SBS, residence S43 HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tiilor. does first class work. Stylish and well flt- made Cleaning und repalr- e. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET o-rer Bruggemm's Millinery Store. See the king and queen of Persia at the rink tonight. H. S. Elliott was at Anderson yesterday on business. Charles Bradshaw of Lafayette was In the city yesterday. The common council will inset tonight ID regular session. Charles A. Baldwin, who was a guest of J. T Elliott and E E. Pittman, left yesterday for Chicago. Mrs. E. E. Plttman entertained this afternoon in honor of her mother, Mrs. Loer. of New Oastle. Attend the Eastend Pleasure club masquerade ball at Dolan & McHale's hall, Thursday evening, the 18th. Gus Eberllne has been awarded the contract for the slate and g-alvaaized iron work on the new academy buildings at Culver City. Thanksgiving will sooo be here and you will want a new tie, gloves, shirts and underwear, remember Dewenter the hatter can suit you in style and price. The residence owned by Jeremiah McCarty on Miami street, -Westside, which is being improved, will be occupied in a few days by Panhandle Conductor Tim Coughlln and family, of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis have returned from ac eastern trip. They visited !Sew York city, Boston and Waltham, Mass. Mr. Lewis will travel for the Waltham Manufacturing company this winter. John Hoover, of Raub, Ind., is in the city looking after the interests of James Cooley, proprietor of the opera house sample room, who is spending the week with friends at his old home, Raub, Ind. We are showing the largest and best selected line of upnolsterei goods ia the city, also cobbler and saddler seat rockers. See our gundola cour.hes. Everything new and up- to date-—Cumminjs & Morgan, city building, corner Third and Broadway. The special committee for a legislative reunion, appointed by the members of the last house of representatives, met at the Grand hotel, Indianapolis, Monday evening and determined to give a banquet at that hotel on the evening of December 30th. It 19 expected that nearly all the members of the last house will attend. CHRTSASTBEMUM SHOW At the Masonic Temple Last Evening was WelliAttended, The chrysanthemum show at the Masonic Temple, held under the auspices of the Ladies of the Eastern Star, opened last night. The recurrence of the annual affair was marked, last evening, as being more attractive than that of last year. A large display of chrysanthemums, together with palms and hot house plants in all their variety and color, added a delightful charm to the spacious hall. The ladies in charge of the various booths are attired very appropriately, which tends to make the affair doubly interesting The Japanese chrysanthemum booth is presided over by Mrs. Cora Berry, Misses Lottie Tyner, Nora Robinson acd Mrs. William Zihrt. Mrs. J. P. Hethertngton, assisted by the Misses Cushman, Winters and Elliott, have charge of another chrysanthemum booth at the northwest corner of the room. Mis. Harry Lux, Misses Lillian Parker and Sadie Grace preside with equal grace at the bower of roses. The violet booth Is in charge of'Miss Anna Lux. Tbe carnation booth Is in charge of Mrs. Edward Barnett, Mrs. Carrie Radabaugh, Mrs. Cott Birnett and Miss Carrie Young. There will be a fresh supply of flowers each evening and a diversity of programme. "The Chimes" quartette, assisted by Prof. Eichhoro, rendered several attractive numbers during the evening. A GRAND ACTOR. Clay Clement In "4 Southern Gentle- No play of the day has induced the discussion and the attention a» being devoted by the newspapers of the country to Mr. Clay Clement's "A Southern Gentleman.'' It has had the whole gamut of criticism launched at it, from scathing abuse to the most praiseful commendation. It has in several cities, though it is yet young, broken from the columns of the critic into the space devoted to editorial comment, upon the event of the day. This has been the case In Chicago, in Dulutb, In Sioux City, Omaha, and Kansas City, aod these are about the only cities in which the play has been seeo. In nearly all of the newspaper opinions 30 far expressed, has it been conceded that- Mr. Clement's play is a good one. That 'A southern gentlemen" is indeed a gentleman, and the discussion hinges upon the question of whether he is a Southern gentleman or not In the meantime, the audience is always pleased and the people show the keenest appreciation of Mr. Clement's gentlemen, seeming not to care a rap from what section of the country he may have been taken. STILL SAUCY. Are the Dehorned Mariou Elks—Mortgage their Jfroperty. Realizing the fact that if their charter was taken up, everything they had, including the bank account of the lodge, would go to the grand lodge, the dehorned Mariou Elks, be- eng in debt to Corbett & Mehaffey for several billiard tables, etc., gave that firm a mortgage on the 'urni- ture, paraphernalia, etc., reduced their bank account, and were then ready for what they knew would be the result of their foolish break. Their talk of winning tte Fitzsimmons case in tbe grand lodge is bosh. There is not a lodge of the order but what has set the seal of disapproval upon the iniation of Fitzsimmons, and the fighter will never be recognized as an Elk. WILL 800 S BE COMPLETED. New Telephone Line Between Logansport and Xotomo. The poles for the new telephone line between this city and Kokomo have been placed in position and the wires will be strung within the nexb few days. The new line runs five miles east to Cass station on tbe Wabash. and thence south, crossing the Wabash river just east of Cedar island. It will be well constructed, and will be made the main line of communication to Indianapolis. Boys' and Sirls' Convention. Fallowing the invitation to school boards throughout the state to send delegates to attend the convention of the Boys' and Girls' jSTatlonal Home and Employment association, to be held at Indianapolis, December 14th and loth, Mayor Taggart Monday sent supplemental invitations to the mayors and councils of other cities to have representative in attendance. Officers Elected. The Brotherhood of St. Andrew met Monday evening and elected the following officers: Director—Chas. M. Michelle. Secretary—Harry McSheehy, Treasurer —Grant King. r. Hodson, of tae El wood Record, spent Sunday wlbh C. B, Allison. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. S H. Hendee was at Carnden yesterday OQ business. A food supper and a fine entertainment at the rink tonight. Fred George, formerly a reporter on the Journal, is over from Kokomo for a few day's visit with friends. Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Beiderwolf were in the city yesterday arranging for their removal here from Monticello. The Daughters of Pocahontas will give a supper and dance at their hall this evening, following the regular work. The office of the county treasurer will be kept open tonight and tomorrow night for the benefit of taxpayers. Marion Leader: Samuel DeMoss is home from Logansport, where he has been visiting his sister, Mrs. C. F. Moore. Quite a number of people joined the Broadway M. E. church last Sunday. The church will hold a revival during the winter. Mr. Karter, sheriff ef Stark county, passed through the city yesterdsy with three prisoners bound for the Jeffersonvllle reformatory. Miss Cora Benner and Mr. Dallas Appleton will be married Thursday next, Nov. 25th at the bouse of tne groom's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Appleton. Messrs. Powell, Flynn, Homburg and Cash, court bouse officials, accompanied by Messrs. Harry Loleman and Charles Woll went to Fort Wayne this morning to witness the laying of the corner stone of the Allen County court house. The recent rain did considerable damage to the central school building, which will necessitate anon other coat nf paint to the exterior. The roof was painted red and now the walls bear evidence of the same hue in many places. The work has to be done over again. Edward Robertson, a fifteen-year- olrt boy living at Wolcott, accompanied by his brother, came here yesterday to have an operation performed by Dr. C. L. Tbomas. The boy bad one of his eyes ruined by an explosion of gunpowder a few days ago, aod it was found necessary to remove it altogether. The other eye was also affected to some extent. Of the ANNUAL KETREAT Clergy of the Episcopal Clmrch of Indiana. A ceremony of importance in the Episcopal church began Monday at tbe Grace cathedral, Indianapolis. It is known as the retreat of the clergy of the diocese. During the two days that the service will last the clergy will be in close confinement, the object being to seek by prayer and consecration deeper spiritual power. Such services are common in tbe Catholic church. This will be the first service of the kind in tbe Episcopal diocese since Bishop White was ordained. The bishop says, however that retreats of the clergy of the diocese will be held regularly hereafter. He is hopeful of a good attendance. The retreat will be conducted by Bishop Lelghton Coleman, of the diocese of Delaware. His Nume Is Geiger. Clay Clement, who will make his appearance here Friday evening, in his new play, "A Southern Gentleman," is an Illinois man. His family name is Gelger, Clement L Gelger being the way it is written at home Mr. Clement's father and his only brother still live on the Illinois farm, near Peoria, his father being of German extraction and his mother a Kentucky woman. Mr. Clement graduated at the Chicago university and subsequently studied three years in Germany. His knowledge of German enabled him to create the character of Baron Hohenstauffer. Mr. Clement's parents intended to fit him for the law, but fate aaJ inclination to literature and the art of acting willed another path to fame. BABY'S SMOOTH, FAIR SKIN A Grateful Mother Writes this Letter- Tells all about Her Troubles when Baby Broke out with Scrofula Sores. "At the a?e of two months, my baby began to have sores brea'.-: out. on his right cheek. We used all the external applications that we could think or hear of, to no avail. The sores spread all over one side of his face. We consulted a physician and tried his medicine, and in aweefc the sore was gone. But to my surprise in two weeks more another scrofulous looking sore appeared on baby's arm. It grew worse and worse, and when he was three months old, I began giving him Hood ; s Sarsaparilla. I also took Hood's Sarsaparilla, and before the first bottle was finished, the sores -were well and have never returned. He is now £our.years old, but he has never had any sign ot those Bcrofulons sores sicce he was cured by Hood's Saisaparilla, for which I feel very gratefnL My boy owes his good health and smooth, fair stein to this great medicine." MBS. S. 3. WBOTEN, Farmington, Delaware. Get only Hood'a. u it rv-«i are ppampt. efficient and Hood S PlllS easy to effect. 25eeuttL »«»•*»»•»< W e A re To close out our various lines of OYEECOATS in men's boy's and children's department. We are OVER STOCKED, and to anyone needing a garment of this character, would say that ive have uii.de prices that will move the goods. We have a large variety in .Beavers, Meltons, Kerseys, Oxfords, Black, Brown, Blues.Ulsters Reefers etc., of "finest quality, and first class make. In Winter Underwear, We are simply in it, and hare the largest stock ever offered, before in 50c lines up.Good heavy comfortable garments for cold weather. In Furnishings We have a full supply. Railroad Men's Duck Coats, and Shirts, closest figures possible. Splendid wearing garments in this Hue. Do not forget our Children's Dent, which is full of wearing apparel tor the little fellows. We have the best 25 and 50c Knee pants ever offered in this niarketv Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats. A fail supply at lowest prices. We have arranged to supply anyone with a correct garment.that we cannot fit from stock. Thanking you for past favors. J. D. Ferguson & Jenks. 322 Market Street, Loganspcrt, Indiana SOT ENAMORED OF OIL. A Trftiellng Man Speaks Disparagingly of Oil Booms. A well known traveling man who resides In Ohio and whose work takes him through the oil towns of that state is of the opinion that an oil boom Is one of the worst booms that jan strike a town. He had been in Peru for a day and had observed the mstle and bustle that now charac- .erizes the place. "Within a short time," said he, 'Peru will be one of the deadest towns in northern Indiaca. Mark my words for It. The oil field in ,hat vicinity will be drained dry in a short time. Then there will be a general collapse and Peru will fall •>ack to where she stood when the boom came. Then will follow aa e"x- odus that will leave new houses vacant and the hotels empty. I can buy property In Ohio cities that cost 85,000 for $1,500. They are oil boom cities, where the field has been drained." "Some of these days," he continued, "gas will fail throughout the Indiana gas field and you will see as dead a string of towns as can be found anywhere. My business calls me into contact with all the leading manufacturing concerns in the gas belt acd I say to you that when gas falls most of the manufacturing concerns will be moved out of there. Cheap fuel is all that holds them there now. Booms, whether from gas or or oil, do a town no good in the .ong run. They attract a thriftless population or a speculating character of citizenship." THE CiKE WALK. The New Furniture Store OPENS TOMORROW. Highly Enjoyed by a Large Number of People at St. Vincent Bazaar. Tbe attendance at tbe St. Vincent de Paul bazaar last evening was very arge. Tbe event of tbe evening was ;he cake walk participated in by jwelve couple of young people of tbe congregation, dressed in true negro style and black face, and led by Harry Laughlln, who conducted tbe many movements of tbe walkers, and wbc proved himself an expert in that ine. The cake offered as a prize was :he product of Fred A. Dykeman's bakery and was a beauty. It was awarded to Will Floyd and Miss Mary Welch, as being the most graceful walkers and best costumed couple. The judees were Andy Ferguson, the barber, Edward Campbell and John McCabe. Tbe young people wlil repeat tbe walk on Thursday evening. Touight the colored quartette will •ender some choice music. Look Special Opening Offer. This Solid Oak, brace arm, high carved back, Ladles' rocker AMUSEMENTS. Mile Notes. John Hoover is preparing to erect a new barn. Mike Beamer has his new house about ready for plastering. George Fiiby says corn husking is not very good this season. Frank Bosh says he has a large rawfish drilling for oil on his farm. Tbe Henpeck school is progressifcg nicely. JMr. A. B. Irwin is principal. The recent rains were welcomed by the farmers who have shock corn to husk Rev. Sfattix is holding a revival at the Mt. Carmel U. B. church, with good attendance. A rumor is afloat that the Klon- dkye company will begin drilling for oil here ia the near future. OLD HICKOKY. Smoke the Columbia clgv : -TNOLAtf'S OPKRA HOUSE. Friday, November 17, '97 3ffi. H, MARTIN —PRESENTS— Mr. Clay Clement And an Admirable Company In the Romantic Play. ^Southern Gentleman As originally Produced at McVlckort Theatre, Chicago, and with Entirely Mew Scenery. Heceivlag the Richest Praise. A Great Play, Perfect Characterization. PRICES..II, 75c,50c, 35c and 25c. Seau on sale at Johngtoo'i drug store. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK AND VAN BUREk .ft. CHICAGO. FIRE PROOF. One bloeh. from C. St. I. * F. a»* L. s. A- -11. S. Rallro** depot. Imp-ovement; costing $75,000.00 hive just been completed, and tbe house now offers every convenience to be found in any hotd, including hot and cold waiter, electric light »nd steam heat In every room. Rates 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCOY, r OWKT M*

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