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

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 8, 1895
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THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING S NGS To be Found in the City at W. D. CRAIG'S, 428 BROADWAY. Third Floor, Justice Block. S. C. FORD, E.I', LORD, R. S. JANKE; E. A. STRANG. -OFFICE OF- ADAMS & FORD, OF- BOOTS AND SHOES. DICTATED BY E. A. 8. CLEVELAND, OHIO, March OTTO^A. KRAUS, Esq., Logansporl, Ind. • Dear Sir-— Yours of the 2$d at hand, and in reply would say that by some oversight on .our parr we overlooked this matter of yours a few days, but we have sent you today five cw.es : of Sample Shoes at prices which we think will please you. We have left of the womens cloth top, shoe, which we send you at poc, one case and a few pairs; if you can use the rest we shquld be pleased to toward them to you. • ' jV'''«,n' The Women's Common Sense Dongola Button which we- send, is a shoe that we used to. : seli for £1.85 net, but we are cleaning them out at £1.00 and have taken the liberty to send t£tse.,.to vou, and we think you will like them. . •' • ; ; ' ' Hoping the rest of the goods will please you, and to recede your further favors, we remain "Yours very truly ' • ADAMS & FORD,,, v , . W llOluPCtlc", 1 will BPII «*•« 'ft*, iv *«ri-^«««« •-•— f- -• - — $3.50 at retail. The above lot of shoes now on sale. OTTO KRflUS. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dsa^ers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWflY, Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Nisrht. Phone 5o 99. For Men's Shoes [SEE OUR Spring Goods! Prices are advancing but we hold them down. WfVLKER & RflUGtt. 420 Broadwav. DAII -Y JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 8. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. All the new shapes in bats at women renewed by Broken down • SD» Phora. No fancy pricua on neckwear and at Morris Fisher's. ,. a H. Slevens has agaic gone Into - ifce photograph business. Morris Fishor Is now ready to show jpou the latest noveltio* In neckwear And hats. " ' SaloonUt John Wilts of No. 502 'Jwelfth street has baen fined in the olrcuit court, $20 and oosta for the alleged Illegal sa'e o( liquor. . .Hannah Fair's damage suit against Stances Spry has been continued wntll next Friday In the circuit court. Xbe plaintiff alleges that permanent injuries wero received by her in a tell on tbe defendant's sidewalk. Two new members were given the filiation by the C. B. L. Wednesday night and seven were given the second degree Just arrived—the latest novelties in nookwear at Fisher'a, the hatter. Today in the circuit court the case of Phllomena Coll vs. M. J. Bligh will bs called. Frederick J. Hansman and Hannah Henry were united in marriage yesterday afternoon by 'Squire Fender. There will be a meeting of the executive committee of the local union of C. E. Friday evening at 7 o'clock, at 206 Fourth street. It is s&ld tha Saturday Night Review will soon move into larger aid more convenient quarters, probably taking the rooms on Pearl street, formerly occupied by tbe Journal. Frank Douglass and Miss Martha M. Pinkerton were married Wednesday at the home of the bride's parents in Lucerne. Harrison township. The Rer. I. S Slmpsoa performed the ceremony. • Drink McLin's Kolatona. MoKeon's steam laundry—good work Zoa Phora brings health .and happiness. Wrappers and waists at the Trade Palace. See the beautiful silk waists at tbe Trade Palace. G-at price on carpets and wallpaper at Wiler & Go's. Capes, capes, at prices to suit everybody—Trade Palace. . Telephone No. 169 has been" placed in W. C. Routh's meat market. John Welch will occupy the ealoon formerly occupied by Frei Heppe. No! I don't think Otto will let up on shoes until the people are supplied. Sale of fancy hose today at the Bee Hive. Choice for 25 cents per pair Samuel Shuey of Washington^ township, will remove to a farm In Noble township. Fancy lawn grass seed, fertilizers for lawns and plants—Kreia' Mfg. Co , 414 Broadway, ,/V , $1,98 buys' Olio's finest-; shoes and slippers all week, while 75 .cents and fl buy the ordinary kind, ••v*' Lost, a pink and white lamp mat between 5th and 7th on Broadway. Return to Christian church fair. • Nells Hansen and D. A, Co well are the local agents for the J. B:'- Seiberl. ing Machine Co., of Akron, Ohio. You can get yonr paper hung for 15 cents per double roll . at Moynihan's Wall Paper Store, 210 Sixth street. Toe Bee Hive are showing- an 1m- monee line of fancy silks for waists; checked taffetas lor 50 cants a yard. OBlrge's wallpapers, which'are noted for their fine combinations of colors, can only be found at H. Wilier & Go's. ! , . H. J. Eberle, formerly of" Parker's Twelfih street grocery, has taken a position at Ha cry Murdoch's shoe store. ......,' Special Judge Fickle has,. not yet rendered his decision in the jinjunc- tion suit o( D. Pi-Bald win v«. ^Sheriff Homburg. TOURKAHE LVPBHiT. Items or a Personal Character Con- uernliiK l,ojf »lisl>orier» and Their Frleudx. In the city yesterday: F. Johnson of Bradford. W J Geobes of Wolcoit Marion Hanna of Idnville. W. CurnmiDgs of Lafayette. &.. G. McCormlck of Ealoo. F, A. Morrow of Monticello. J. H. Hoaken. jr., of Brazil. H. G. Neely and wile of Marmont. O. O. Backer and Dr. Haas of Peru. Cbas. "Erazer and wife of Remlng* ton. • '•' -•'-• : J. R. Fansler and wife of Monticello. Sidney Myers and Frank Stratton of Kokomo. John H. BrldgeJAbe Johnson, Arch Thompson and S Jacobsoa of Young America. J. C. Bridge is in Lincoln. Harry'Frank was at Flora yesterday on business. C. N. Graffis has returned from Auburn, Ind. Will Swigart will spend Sunday at Kokomo, the guest of frienda. Paul Wilstach of the Lafayette Journal, was ic the city yesterday. Cbae. E Baker is at Peru, called there by the sicknees of a brother. Frank Beamer, the restaurant man came home yesterday from Chicago. Mrs. Lsw Derauth returned jester- day morning, to her home as Hunting, ton. .'• '• '"'"'. John'Olllfanv has gone to Marion, where he will enter the. Soldiers' Home. j John Jfteldllnger has gone to his home at Lafayette to remain permanently. B. D. Ashbaugh of Anderson Is hero prospecting'for a location for a 5 and 10 cent store: Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Ryan are at Rldgevllle 1 ; Ind., called by tbe illness of a relative. ; The Misses Lotta and Alice Freeland are 'the guests of friends and relatives at Kokomo. Mrs. John W. Kerns' of Indianapolis, ia the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. B. Shultz of this city. Jacob'Keller and John} McGovern will hunt'-at'EogUsh lake, leaving today for that region. Mrs. A. J. Shaffer, "wto has been vllsltlng a brother, W. W. Connor of Galveston, has returned home. Tbe Rev. Jacob Bundy of Jollet, 111., on-hig'wa'y home from Muncle, was here yesterday a few houra. Miss Jessie Cliflon of Peru, Is the guest of Mlsa Mame Stanley on North street, and will remain- over Sunday. Andy Smith of Georgetown, who has been 111 since last December, was calling 1 on friends In the city yesterday. George Gllbln, formerly marshal at Royal Center, left here Wednesday for Dunkirk where he will go 'into a bak- Il895 SPRING 1895 We take Pleasure in Announcing the Arrival of Our Spring Suitings! And we feel just : y proud ii the success of our untiring efforts which enable us to .-how you this season the Latest, Most Stylish, Most Attractive and Exclusive Line of woolens in the city. Carl W. Keller, Tailor & Draper. 311 Market St. ery. D. E. Doherty and C. J. Doherty. of Louisville, Ky,, are tbe guests of tbe Eon. S. P. Sheerin and family of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hagenbuck o f . Sas City, are spending a few days with Mr. Hagenbuok's parents in the city. ' ' ;' Misa Maggie Tyrrell of Lafayette, went home yesterday after visiting Mr. and Mrs, Charles Gray of the city. Superintendent Hatch of the Vandalla, will soon remove from Maple Grove-to the. corner of Eleventh and Market streets. George Cheney went to Indianapolis yesterday to establish a civil en glneer's office. He will not move his family at present. Frank G. Tlngley of Marion, an old Purdue boy, 'was in tbe city yesterday shaking hands with friends and work- Ing in tbe interests of a bridge com. A New Hack Line. I have started a Hack and Parcel Delivery and in the future I 'o»H be found at the corner of -1th street and Broadway, wherel will be prepared, from 9 o'clock in the morning to 9 ia the evening to deliver parcels or aarry passengers to and from any part of.thajcity- My Charges Will Be Reasonable. I will endeavor to give the best services possible for the money. If 7ou have a parcel to deliver or a passenger to deliver, or any light work that can be done with a street hack, I will be glad to do it. What could 7011 do that a customers would appreciate more than calling the hack for him? Special rates will be given you. Leave orders at I2ch street Livery Stable or (Jeo. Harrison's 617Bro*d wav. Joura Truly. Wm Lynas. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4i8 Market St.. Notice to Contractor*, Sealed proposals will be received up to noon February 15, 1895, at the Water Works office for tbe lease of the street ..sprinkling privileges for three years from the first day of April 1895 The first district comprising all streets west"of Seventh street.. Tbe second district comprising all streets east of Seventh street. The Board reserves tbe right to reject any or all bids. By order of Water Works Board. . D. A. MIDDLETON, Clerk. Matthews- f Idler. A wedding occurred at 2 p. m., yesterday at So. 1600 North street, tbe home of tbe groom's parents. The Rev. T. S. Freeman joined in marriage Gaorge Matthews and. Misa Grace Fldler. Only a few of tbe Intimate friends were present. Tbe newly married pair will at once begin housekeeping on ihe Matthews farm near Anoka. Will Coon-tri Fulton, who has been visiting a sister, Mrs. Frank Madary, of Logansport,' for some time, has gone to Sheldon, 111., to spend several months. J. J. Briggs,.Dr. J. B. Shultz, J. C. Cockburn and. A. J; Robinson were at Peru yesterday in attendance at a trial in which the widow of George Kunse Is attempting.to. brgak his will which left $30,000 to charities. E. A. Hall and family leave today to be absent some time. They will visit in Fort. Wayne for a few days, and then go to E. A. Hall's parents' home near Geneva. Ohio. It is Prof, Hall's intention to return to Logansport at some future time. Xewman Heard From. Harry Newman; tbe cook who war •aid to have-baen lost ii now said to bs with his wife and out for a pleasure trip. The "Swap'' Siandu <Joo«t. Rodney Jeger. who sued John H. Bridge to roaover possession ot a saw mill which he had traded to the latter. for Arkansas real estate, was defeated in his suit, tbe jury's verdict being rendered in the defendant's favor. THE LITEST CONTRIBUTION Submitted Dorlnc Onr Recent Adver tiffing Conte»t. Filling's popular prices please the people. I have decided to offer some real bargains for $1.95. No fake sample business about it. Go and see sample shoes first, then come and see some legitimate bargains. It is a well known fact that I do not deaJ in shoddy foot wear. And will guarantee any shoe bought of me. ' I have also some bargains in men's shoes.] . My spring goodf are now in stock. Please notice our east window. Choice of any shoe in it for $1.03. We also have the finest line of men's and women's fine shoes ever brought' to the . city; any size or width, triple A to E. If we' are too busy to wait on yon at once, our monkey, Miss Gypsy, will amuse yon as well as the little folks. Will run balance of communications soon. Respectfully, Lisc W. PHJ25G. 412 Broadway. Delicate girls made strong cy Zoa Phora. Order your carpets and wall paper now—H. Wiler & Co. • A fine line of fancy silks 22 and 37 cents, at the Bee Hive. What Zoa Phora won't do for ailing women, no medicine will. The R. R. Y. M. C. A. Is arranging to celebrate Its third anniversary on the 17th lost. The Cass County Building and Loan Association has leady money on hand for borrowers. None but competent paper hangers are employed by Wiler &Co., and all work guaranteed. Have you seen tbo fioe gilt wall paper Wiler & Co. are selling at 15 cents p«r double roll? M. H. Boofae after a visit at hla home In Delphi, is again at his post at Beamer'e restaurant. R. L. Woodling, the carpenter, is preparing to remove to his farm IK Washington township. The finest window display ever seen In Loganaport is DOW to be eeen at the Bee Hive. We learn It la to be lighted every evening. L^at—L idles 1 pocket-book between Knowiton street and Gorman Lutheran Church. Finder please return to 1429 Wright street. The crowds show their appreciation, of Otto's liberality .by accepting hia proposition, namely: choice of finest shoes for $1.98. That scrofulous taint which has been in your blood for years, will be expelled by taking Hood'* Sareapaiilla, the great blood purifier. We've got some of those saving banks for the children. Call for 'em Saturday—Boston Sample Shoe Co., 322 Fourth street, east side. • A gravel road is wanted between Sprinkle's saw mill and Walton, a distance of 3J miles, and a petition is now in circulation asking for the improvement. The eight-months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Stevens died yesterday at 6 a. ra. The funeral will be held at the residence. No. 108 Eel river avenue, the Eev. D. P'. Putnam officiating, at 2:30 p. m. today. If you buy a pair of shoes or slippers of us and you find that they aro not cheaper than you can buy them elsewhere, bring them back and get your money—Boston Sample Shoe Co., 322 Fourth itreet, eMt aide.

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