THE FINEST LINE OF SPRING SUITINGS To be Found in the City at W. D. CRAIG'S, 428 BROADWAY. 2nd Floor, Justice Block. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dea'ers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWrtY. Calls Promptly Attended to Day or M^ht. Phone No 99. For Men's Shoes SEE OUR Spring Goods! Prices are advancing but we hold them down. Wf\LKER & RflUGH. 420 Broadway. DAII Y JOURNAL The Jolly Two JohBi. The paVrona of the opera house have a rare treat in store for the "Two Johns Comyany" are to appear here on next Wednesday evening 1 . You know, and BO does everybody, who knows what's pood that this laughing comedy eucaesa baa been the talk of the town where they have played. This season the twooriglnale, J. C. Stewart and John Hart have reunited after a separation of many years and have surrounded them- sieves with a very strong company of artists who are recognized by the theatrical world. The management have engaged at a great expense Mias Mabel Meredith, the operatic prlma donna whose wonderful soprano voice baa gained for her a world wide reputation. The Bijou Quartett who are called the Klnsta of Harmony and the celebrated Irish comedian, Mr. Edward Scofield, render their different spec, ialtiee during the aclicn of the play. Xolice of Removal. Ellas Winter la temporarily mov- log hla stock of boots and shoes co 512 Broadway. In a short time he will occupy the room now occupied by W. E. Brown. THE LATEST CONTRIBUTION. REMOVAL SALBI We are now Occupying the New Fashion Store! until the improvement of our store is com] pleted, On account of removal GREAT REDUCTIONS Will be made in all lines See our new Spring I Clothinj and New Spring I TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH .12. Drink McLin's Kolatona. McEeen's steam laundry—£00d work Contracts for putting up awnings made by Fogleson Bros. For Rent—Dwelling- on !_iinden avenue. Irquire of Edith Matt. Tha Cass County Building and Loan Association has leady money on hand for borrowers. Twenty five dollars reward offered for the person breaklop the Progress show window, Fancy lawn grass seed, fertilizers fcr lawns and plants—Krels 1 Mfg. Co , 414 Broadway, Mrs. Dr. Canfield, optician, will be' at 480 North street, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. To .have perfect health you must have pure blood, and the best way to have pure blood Is to take Hood's Sarsaparlla, Slate Kepliuger will hang paper at 15 cents a double roll. Give him a call overLeiaoaeman'3 tailor shop,504 Broadway. Submitted Durliti Our Recent Advar tislDg Content. 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 deal in shoddy foot wear. And will guarantee any shoe bought of me. I have also some bargains in men's shoes. My spring goods are now in stock. Please notice our east -window. Choice of any shoe in it for $1.05.. 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 you at once, our monkey, Miss Gypsy, "will amuse you as well as the little folks. Will run balance of communications soon. Respectfully, LINC W. PILLING. 412 Broadway. Don't fail to attend this Removal Salt HARRY FRANKl TO BE, SURE,. WE never misrepresent goods and the people know it. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4\S Market St. eyond Comparison. Crowded to the Doors .The New York Bankrupt Company. The verdict of the people that regardless of all claims, competition utterly impossible. We stand as a mighty mountain. The roar of the winds move us not. Rushing, surging forward. Onward! Onward! Is the cry of our unparalelled, unsurpassed, astonishing and amazing Great Bankrupt Clothing Sale. Startling.... Never So Much For So Little. The sweeping cut in our Great Bankrupt Stock must crowd our store with eager purchasers and close out the balance of the Great Stock. VT<* £S $$ 00 §8 §9 324 FOURTH STREET Sew York Bankrupt Company, LOGANSPORT, ^1 Tremendous Reductions! Your Dollar! Its Unepaled Power! Money never had such a buying power as at The Great Bankrupt Sale. The prices we name are simply marvelous. Values Simply Marvelous Here are prices for you to study! Telling prices! Read the schedule carefully. Its the people we're after — those who know a big dollarsjworth. MEN'S SUITS. :BOYS' SUITS Worth 8 at.. Worth 5 at.. Worth 4 at. 3 79 248 08 Worth $20 at *' 98 Worth 18at ;> -* Worth 16 at f 08 Worth 10 at 8 «9 Worth 8 at ! 9 » OVERCOATS. Worth $15 at'.. Worth 12 at... Worth Worth Worth Worth Worth 10 at., Sat.. 5 at.. 4at.. Sat.. Worth $20 at f? 93 Worth 15 at J 34 Worth 12 at •, 3 »| Worth 10 at 3 ™ Worth 8 at ! 9! > OVERCOATS. .$6 93 .. 5 24 4 98 . 3 78 . 2 48 . 1 48 - 71 .Worth *15 at..; Worth 12 at Worth 10 at 5 24 4 98 MEN'S PANTS, 100 dozen Jeans Pants worth $L50 a pair at 59c 100 pair of pants worth $5 a pair at $2.24 350 pair of pants worth $3, $3.50 and $4 at ...$1.37 500 pair of pants worth 5, 6, 7 and 8 dollars at $3.73 FURNISHINGS. 4-ply Linen Collar and Cuffs 2c each 300 Shirts and Drawers worth 75c and $1 at 29c 150 dozen Working Shirts worth 50» at 19c 100 dozen Stiff Hats worth $1.50, $2 and $2.50 at 48c 150 Soft Hats worth $1.00, $2 and $2.59 at 73c New York Bankrupt Company, 324 Fourth Street, Logansport, Indiana, Room Formerly Occupied by H. Wiler & Co. Cheap Rates on all Roads to Attend this Great Sale!
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