Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 10, 1895 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, March 10, 1895
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Don't Get By wearing poor shoddy shoes Don't Get Soaked! By paying two prices for inferior goods when we can sell you Honest Solid Leather from the cheapest to the finest grades at such astonishingly low prices. We know that Sample Shoes! is what you ought to buy and if you invert-gate, we know that SAMPLE SHOES is what you will buy. Hero is a few sample prices of sample shoes. 73c 98c * Ladies' Dongola Oxford slippers. Guaranteed solid leather. Regular price $1.50 Men's lace or congress solid kather throughout. Worth fully twice as much A r\ Infant's button shoes, /I I \f\ soft or flexible soles. » l I jl /Either Patent Leather or xvyvy Dongola kid Ladies' fine Dongola kid. New style toes, You've got to pay $2.50 for them in other stores. 75c 48c 75c $1.23: Ladies' Dongola button shoes, patent tip, stylish and good, others ask $1.50 for 'em Children's Dongola kid, spring heel, patent tip, They are considered cheap at 75c elsewhere, Boy's Veal Calf Shoes, Solid as a rock and worth fully double the money Men's Tan Lace toes, genune Russia Calf Made to sell at $4,50. They're nobby Everything in the way of footwear sold the same way. Everything guaranteed as represented or money refunded. Ike Oppenheimer, Manager. Cifsta USB ONLY It is pure aod healthful and always ready! Makes delicious Pancakes Muffins and Gems. Crystal Wheat Flakes ^^ Are superior tu al 1 <;thers, F Crystal Rice Milling Company. Ask yuur grocer, MAKZON IND. FRESH FISH! Tf you WMH a fine fresh FISH leave your order with F. W, KINNEY, -TELEPHONE, 172.— A fine variety of fresh lake fish received daily. No cold storage goods. We dress and deliver without extra charge. H. E. TRUAX, M. D. Special attention given to Nose, Lung, LITM •nd Chronic Diseases. Office and Residence orer State National Bank. Boors 10 to 12 IL m., 2 to 4 p. m., and 7 to 8 p. m. ill wlls promptly attended. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over State National Bank, Logansport, Ind, WANTED! REAL ESTATE. Wanted, Cheap Cottages For Sale. Wanted Lots and Acres For Sale. Wanted SrnftH farrou For Sale. Wanted Business Blocfc.', For Sale. Wanted to Excnanue farms for Cur Property. panted Merchandise «o Trade Tor Farms. IDDRESS it. M. GORDON, sprj Block Logans port,]Indlana. JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS KROE<iER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, 613 Broadway. DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 10. gas bills for March now due and payable. Garden and ftower seeds at Kreis 1 Mfg. Co., 414 Broadway. Two nice furnished rooms for married couple without children. Call at 1717 Broadway. Insurance and Loans—A few hundred dollars of local funds; also Eastern money in any amount, to loan on mortgage security—S. M, Closson, No. 819 Pearl street. Mrs. M. F; Arnold, of Indianapolis, took five bottles of Letaon Laxative and is permanently cured of Headache, Backache and Constipation. She ad- THE MOST PEBTECT OT PENS, vises ladies to try a fifty cent bottle. A Crowning Success. C, E. DeVos. editor of the Cooper vill6(Mlch.) Observer, is a worthy example of what pu£h and energy, with teen, business propensities, will accomplish. In a conversation with your correspondent, Mr. DeVos said: ••I was born in Keene, Canada, in 1855. In 1857, I migrated with my parents to Pelle, Iowa, received a com. mon school education, irifted into the printing business, and removed to Battle Greet:, Mich., where I became foreman in the large printing house of Gage & Son. I recently purchased ihe popar of which I am now editor. My life work has been very confining and e,xs.otlng aad, as a result, my health gave out and I broke down with nervous exhaustion and sleeplessness. I was in such a condition that I coulc not sleep until completely worn out, mv appetite failed me and I had to choke down what little I did eat Abou two months ago my attention was directed to Br. Wheeler's Nerve Vitallzer und I concluded to try it. I bad e. wonderful effect on me; in a few nights I was able to get all the sleep needed, my appetite returned and became aa ravenous ae a wolf's, my weight increased twelve pounds, my mlod became clear ana active, in fact I was restored to health and I look and feel an entirely different man.' Inquiry and observation has proved Dr. Wheeler's Nerve ritallzer to be a truly wonderful cure for all nerve troubles, such as nervous pro itratlon spasms, flis, mental depression, ex- nausted vitality, despondency and gen eral debility. For gale by Ben Fisher Druggist.' K. of P. -Dldtrlcl Heeling. The Knights of Pythias of the district will meet March 19th at Lafayette. In the district are the counties of Bentoa, Carroll. v Cass, Clinton, Howard, Tippecanoe, Tipton, Warren and White. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Th» Cantata Mercury. As mercury will sarelj destroy the sense o£ smel and completely derange the .whole system when entering It through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should newt be us^dejcept on prescrlp tlons from reputable physicians, as the damage they will ilo Is ten fold to the eood yon can possl blyderive from them. Hall's Catarrh Core m«n nf actuce* by F J. Cheney* Co.. Toledo, 0,. e»n tains no mercury, and Is tatwn Internally, acting directly upon the Blood and rantoos surface* o the system. In buymc Hall's Catarrh Cow be sure yon get the genuine. It Is taken Interasll} and made In Toledo, Oklo, by F. J. Ch»»ey i- Co miniais free. 5old fcr drasqjUtt, prlc* 76c. far bottl*. '<! RECOMMEND PEBDJIA To All C»t«rrli ^offerers." Say* K«H» jOrW.T. Powell, of ClarlDElou, Ohio. W. T. Powell, editor of the Independent of Clarington, Ohio, writes hat he waa taken elck with bronchitis md catarrhal fever, head was In a srrlbte condition, lunps were badiy affected, being so tight and sore he ould hardly breathe, and coushed almost incessantly. For two months riel local physicians, took cough medicines and other medicines. Took hrofe bottles of Pe ru-na and was entirely cured. The tendency of catarrh of the head Is to pass downwards through he bronchial tubes to the lungs. Any jne who has had catarrh of the head a year or more finds the disease gradually progressing downwards. In some caees the progress Is rapid, and in Other cases it i» slow; but, sooner or ator, if catarrh is allowed to run, it will go to the lungs and set up tbe disease known as consumption. It Is doubtful if consumption is ever caused by anything except catarrh. It Is needless to attempt to give only ihe vttguebt outline of the wonderful successes which Pe-ru-na has met with in tbe cure of catarrh. This success ia entirely due to the fact that Pe-ru-na eradicates the dlaeaee from ihe system, instead ot temporarily •eUevIng some disagreeable symptom. No'i only is catarrh in all stages aad varieties cured promptly, but also colls, coughs, bronchitis, la grippe catarrh&l dyspepsia, all yield, surely anc: permanently, to the curative vlr- ,uea of fe-ru-na^, A valuable treatise on catarrh by Dr. Hartman eent free to any address by The Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Jompany of Columbus, Ohio. For free book on cancer address Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio. ApiironcliInK Xiiplinl*. John Saylor of Clinton township and Miss Ferguson of Washington tov/nship, will be married at the borne of the bride Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. The Key. T. S. Freeman will officiate. The Funeral of Htchnel Heed. The funeral of Michael Raed will be held at St. John's church in Clinton township at 11 a.m., Monday the 11 lib. Services will be conducted by tho Rev. J. C. Itiuffraan. The Dlncorerjr Saved Her Life: Mr. G. Cailloutte, Druggist, Beav- ersville, 111., says: 'To Dr. King's New Discovery 1 owe my life. Was taken with la grippe and tried all the physicians for miles about, but of no avail and wasgivec up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's new Discovery In my store I sent for a bottle anil began Its use and from the first done began to get better, and after using three bottles was up and about again. It is worth its weight in gold. W« won't keep store or house without it. Get a trial bottle at B. F. Keesling's drug store. The On»u» Mini's ITarm Itecej>tio». While L. C. Jones was engnged taldng the school census one day last week, he rang tbe bell of a residence in the south east part of town and was confronted by a woman with a revolver in her hand and a bull dog by her side. He postponed his visit. THE CHCKCHEM BROADWAY PraaBiTEitLvx CmmCH-Siindaj School at 9 30. :i m. y. P. S. C. E. meeting at B:30. Stranfiers and others .are cordially invited to attend. B.UTIST CBUHCH.-Services today at usual hour. Preaching morning andevenlnK by C. w. Fls'c of Cnlv-rslty of Chicago. Sundiiy school at l-> m. Young People's meeting at (.p.m. All !in> Invited. dr.KCH OF CUBIST (Sclentistl-Servlces winbe neld in their new rooms In the Mage* block corner of Sixth ..nd Broudmiy. Bible Cl a** at ,JU:30 Sunday morulng. All are cordially Invited to attend. TJUOTTV EPISCOPAL CiiunCH-Rev. Donglass I Hobbs, Hector. Services today as f.illow.-: 9-K) » ni. Minday ScliooL 11 a. m. mornlnR prayer aud litany. ~ p. m. evening prayer. A •ordlal welcome Riven to all. EVANGELICAL CHUHCH— Rev. S. J. Zeichlal. pastor. S«mces today a* follows: Sabbath school at 9:30 a, m preaching at 10:30 am by lie pastor. Y. P. A. at 6p.m. Preaching In the evening at 7 p. m. All are oordlully Invited. ft le a fact that nearly all reliable proprietary medicines were first used and thoroughly tssted in practice by physicians of more than usual ability, and yot some physicians snoer at such medicines. The reason is plainly seen by taking Brant's Balsam for illustra lion, known everywhere as reliable and sure to cure every sort of lung and throat trouble, except last stages of consumption. Why is it not jua aa pood for your case as a physician's prescription, which might cost three or four times as much, though no surer to cure. Large 25 and 50 can bottles at Bon Fisher's drug store. Secretary Cook's .Report. The report of Secretary Cook of the r. M. C. A. was presented to the Ministerial Association of the city a fair weeks atfo and was heartily endorsed. The work during the past year has been prosperous, there having been over 25,000 visits to thr building and a general interest in al the religious services. Mr. Cook is a faithful, untiring worker, and meeti tho hearty commendation of th< p%i3tors of the city. T. S. FREEMAJ.', Sec'y- Care f«r Headiche. As a remedy for all forms of head ache Electric Bitters has proved to b> thu very best. It effects a permanen cuire and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence Wo urge »H who are sffl' lc * e <l to pro cure a bottle, and give vhis remedy a fair trial. Incases of habitual con stipation Electric Bitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels anifew cases long resist the use o this medicine. Try It once. Larg bottles only fifty cents atB. F. Keee ling's drug itore. F3n)KRLA.M) PKB3BYTEJ1IAN CHUKCH-^hOS. B. Wellborn, pastor. Smxlay school 9.-4S R. »'• Preaching at 11 am and 7:15 p m. by the paster. Junior C. E, at i:30 p. m. Senior C E. .at i> p. m. Evening mbjecc, "Banishment of UUu. All are Invited. M E CmmCH-C-rneroI Clcott and Market '•Jtrwt Eev K. McDanlel pastor. Prwichlncat i« SO a. m ami 7:30 p. m. by tile pastor, bun- day school at 3 p. m. Teachers' niwtlnu every Wednesday evening. Prayer mwtlnR every Thursday evening. All are cordially Invited. T Lun.B'3 EVANGELICAL LITTHKRAN Cnntcu. Rev J 0. KaaiTmiin, Pastor. Sen-Ice- at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 030, Junior Fnrieavor at 2:30. Young Peoples society ot Christian Endeavor at 0 and evecilDK services at 7. Everybody welcome. ROUJWAT M. E. CHOUGH— Rev. H. J. NorrU pastor. Preaching by tlw l>a«tor at 11 la. m. Sudjw D. V. Baldwin will give a talk at < p. m Subject "Cons antlnople." Sunday School t 9:« ii. in. Junior Le.iKUe at 3 p. ">• ^n'" LwiguentGp. m. conducted Dy Mrs. Lincoln Glpe. All are InvlWd. HUISTIAN Cnniicn-Cornfr Ninth nnd Spear sivrtts Rev T S Kreeman, p;ustor. Sen-lre-s at , . . and 7 p m; Sunday School .it 0:30 m G N. Berry. Supt V. P. S.C. K. at b-45 'p. m. Mornins suh]«cr. ••Qiinlincii- tions o!' Church Ullicen." At nl-ht R.^v. b. w. Erown Mu- iwstor at Union City will preach. All Invited. CsrvitKSU,iST CiiDHCii-Rev. T. S. Guthrlj Pastor. Service today lit 11 a. m. and 7 p m Subject in th« forenoon; -wwlnB and HeanltiR " l» the cvi'iilni:. • Is there a JiulK- me it i?i«r -iaafi.' 1 on K iwnile's niiw'lm: HI C n ill i Sunday scliuo) "t lu a. m. Edward Canls Supt. All i're liivlted. fi»,ri-r ^TUV-VT M K. Cjicunn— H'v. W. R. won'7, P^swr I'TOlchlnK ai HH5 «. m : ami 7 P m. Dv th« l'»»t"r- SiiDbaili scli-oi >r ••») 'i in Cla«- iii'vtinv Ml- 11: Id a. in. and fpn Junior L«Wi«» ,.t 2ao|..m. K,-™rth Teat:iic at, i! p. m. Topic, 'Tho )vn 1 OfferliM LTO.I.T, Mi>. iH'olltilrt. Cordial Invl- tiitton l' i-xteiidf) tu ail. H EART DISEASE, u k6 many other ailments when they hare takea h0id of tho system, nc-rer pots bctwr of Its own accord, but Constantly ffrotrti tror.ve. There are thousands who know they have a defective heart, but will tioi admit, the Jact. They don't iv3.at tbeir frloods to worry, and Don't know trlint to takf for it, as they have been told tlaie and asain that heart disease was incurable. Such was the case of Mr. Silas Farley of Dyosvtlle, Ohio who writes Juno 10,1S9J, -is follows: '•I had heart dineane for S3 year*. my heart hu.-tine: me almost continually. The first 15 years I doctorod all tho time, trying several physicians and remedies, until my last doctor told me it was only » question of time as I could not bo cured. 1 gradual ly grew worse, very weak, and completely dto- 'couraired, until I lived, propped half up in bed, because I ftntldn't lie doirn nor siv up- Thinking my time had come I tolc.: • •' f:i rail y wb:u i w;miod done wuen I was pone. But on the first day of March on tho recommendation of Mrs. Fannie Jones, of Anderson, Ind., I commenced taking J»r. JIHr*' Ae«> Ctire for thf Heart and wonderful to tell, in ten days I was working at lifht work and on March 19 commenced framins a barn, which is heavy work, and 1 Luv'nt lost a day since. I am 56 years old, G ft- 44 inches and weiph 2501bs. j believe I «»i fully C"ri>rf, and I am now only anxious that everyone shall know of your wonderful remeciie.s." Dyesville, Ohio. Siu*S FARLET. ])-. Blilos Heart Cure Is sold on a ct;a.';.i.:i-e t.hat tho lirst. bottle will henen \lldru--istssell itat.JL 6 bottles lor» or it, will bo sent., prepaid, on rueejpt or prlco by tie Dr. lilies Medical Co., Elkhari, lud. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Restores Health •('be ben salvo In tho *orld for cuts. brulBOri surws, ulcrtrii, .-(ill rhoum ever sorei, teuer, chaofi.?a hftnOr, chilblains, norns, and al! sltio erup ions, and positively our«» pile*, Or no pay required. It I- uiinraQteed 10 rive perfect satisfaction or money re- unded. frioe 26_ceQU« pur box For sale by B F. Keooling Xotlco t« CoBtraclor*. Sealed proposals will be received up 10 noon March 15, 1895, at the Water Works office for the l^ase of the street splnkllog privileges for three years rora the first day of Aorll, 1895. The first district comprising all streets weet of Seventh street. The second district comprising all streets east of Seventh street. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order ot Water Works Board. D. A. MIDDLETON, Clerk. Wanted—A girl by Lee Wah Sintr, the Third street laundryman. ••I.ylnar.' 1 Is tho subject of no sddress to be given by the Rev. T. S. Freeman ihU afternoon at :> o'clock in the R. R- Y. M. C, A. rooms. A.11 men are invited. Xnilce. Slate Keppingler Is no longer connected wltb the LopacBQOrt Wall Paper Co. , JOB* R. PKATT. What tx the work of the Kidney* T To remove from ihe blood its impurities. The products of cell wastes which have been burned up in sustaining life and giving strength to the system. Every particle of blood In the body goes through tbe. kidneys every three mlnutea. and if these organs are unable to perform their work fully, sooner or later the system Is poisoned. Therefore, ' San Jak is tbe indicated blood remedy. Debility. Every person having nervous debility. organic weakness, or filling memory, is entitled to sympathy of every honest person, and should have ex. tended medical aid such as is found !• ••San Jak." Sold by Ben Fisher, druggist. This Wonderful Man who lias Spent 21 Years of his Life Among the Indians. DR. CHARLES MENDENHALL, (INDIAN NAltE, MON-G05-YAH) THE GREAT INDIAN DOCTOR. The Doctor will return to Loganeport Monday, March 18th, and will remain nntU April 1st, and will return ten days in each month for one year. OFFICE AT TUCKER HOUSE, 304 BROADWAY * OB T*e I Doctor^j<£f onlr*Mures wonderful remedies contained In Boots, Barks, Guins, Buds, Berries, Leaves and Plants, In all diseases of Men, Women and Children, wonderful cures perfected. prompt* cured. ^^ ^ MU>DLF AGEf , MKX ^^^ Address all letters to DB. CHAS. MENDENHALL. Office Houw-9 a, m. to 8 p. m. Logangport, Ind.

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