Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 27, 1897 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, November 27, 1897
Page 19
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To go below us In price Is to go below us In quality, Thanksgiving Offering. Again we fulfill the Big Store's prom best values obtainable under tht sun. Lowest America. its patrons the prices quoted in ACTOR (?) BROD1E Every Department Adds Its Full Share • of values to the entire store's offerings for the next week, making a solid share of bargains that will proved unmatchable. irresistible, not the offering of cheap, worthless merchandise, for there itn't any here, but the values that result from careful buying in large quantities. "We ;ire manufacturers of a large share of our clothing and are willing be content with small profits. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS "We are oflering for the next week, Suits and Overcoats for §5 the kind others ask 6.00 for; 7.00 for the kind you see in other houses for 10.00; 10.00 suits in Scotch, Tweeds, Satin Black in coat, others call them cheap at 15.00, our price 10.00. The most tender spot in a mother's heart is to see her boy look better than some other boy, and if you can find a place in the state o1 Indiana where it can be done, it is at the Children's parlor '•- ^nv or THE HUB, where you will find novelties at prices tnat will open your eyes, .—Don't forget that you can save 25c Suits and Overcoats 2.00 to 5.00.—JUon't forget that you to 1.00 on each hat you buy at The Hub. ISovelties in shirts, wear, and underwear at a big snving to you. THE HUB, Harry prank's Old £tand. neck THE MERCHANT TAILOR THIS FALL Kor A Suit or Overcoat Oe Makes Stvlish Garm-'nts. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Man 't Street, Over Coulson's Drug Store, W. R. HENING & CO. Successor! to; ,' The Equitable Produce and Stock Rxchnnire. Capital Stook $100.000. fully t>ald. Members of Consolidated Produce add stock Exchange, We turnish our customers daily market ro- oortB ovo- our private wires in this cltv. We s-wspeottullj solicit your mtronatfo through our local ojrrospondantB W. W. Milner- A. R. BnUdtnir. Ind. Bell Telephone 260, Mutual Telephone 213. Insurance and Loans. All fcinds of Insurance and Bonds written in first class com- »»nlu8. Money to loan 8 per cent. S M. Closson,3l9 Pearl St. C. O. Heffley, 308 Insurance, Real Estate And Loans. Fourth Street. GITY Kroeger & Strain. UNDHRTAKRR8 •0»lli promptly attended to Day or Nl*ht. 818 Broadway. rBLRPHONB — Offloe. M. Kroeirer, I viraln. M. SETH M-VELSEY Loans Money at 6 per cent. Makes Abstracts and Writes Flro. Tornado and Plate Glass Insurance. GEORGE W.'RODEFER. -^.^ Keal Estate, Loans. Bovurht, SoldorKiohaturod. Money to Loan on mortgage or personal security. Call on me OTwritc to me at No. SI Eel River a-*onue,east »nd of Market street bridjre.; HENRY WEBER, The Merchant Tailor, does flrst class work. Stylish and well fitting clothes made Cleaning and repairing neatly done. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEO. GONSER. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth and Broadwa* ••Bntral Telephone No Office 383, residence MS D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET Opetaln over Bruggeman's Millinery Store. Shoes.—Wllley's shoe store. Harry Parks, ot Wabash, is visit- g in the city. Henry Ludwig spent Thanksgiving at Frankfort. fl. W. WaUerman, colored, sole his fruit farm in Noble township ti Cott Barnett. Mrs. Brooks of Peru, was ore Thanksgiving, a guest of Mrs. John Vlney on Linden avenue. Mlsa Mary Blasslngham, of 201i Broadway, entertained a number o: her young friends last evening. The Cass County Horticultural society held its regular meeting this afternoon In the new court room. The rear door ot Stoll's Sixth street grocery was found broken open Thursday morning. Nothing was taken. Major McFadln ate his Thanksgiving dinner with his only sister, Mrs, Andrus, at Forrest, Clinton county, Ind, Lafayette Courier, yesterday: Mr. ana Mrs. George L. Mueller and son went to Logansport this morning to eat turkey with relitiyes. Miss Margaret Irwin entertained a number of friends at her home on Burlington avenue Thanksgiving, in honor of Miss Laddls Saners. of Kokomo. John Tucker and Hesse Palmeter, both of Clymers Station, called at the office of Justice Walters Thursday and were united in marriage, that magistrate officiating, A, M. Carter and wife have removed from Marion, 0 , to Logansport. Mr, C. is a representative of the Leader Machine company, of Marion, O., and will have his headquarters here. In the case of the State against Edward Powers, charged with unlawful fishing, a change of venae has been taken from 'Squire Fender's court and the case will be tried before 'Squire Tarn, in Noble township. The B. &L. club which picniced at Lake Maxlnkuckee last summer, held an experience meeting at the Johnson hotel Thanksgiving night and partook of a game supper in the meantime. Those in attendance were: J. C. Dewenter, W. H. Porter, L. W. Ullery, Tom Dunn, Mont Swigart, Al Bringhurst, John Brookmeyer, R. Kreuiberger, jr. and W. U. Lorse. Wonld Have Lasted Longer In a Dime Museum. Take Dan Hiatt and Tony Pearl, the musicians: Miss Belle Gordon, the champion female boxer, and Leslie and Curdy, the comedians, out of the aggregation which appeared at Dolan's opera house last night, and "The New York Stars" would twinkle no more. It was Steve Brodie'.s first appearance before a Logansport audience and it is hoped tnat It will be his last. He had nerve enough to jump from the Brooklyn bridge, but somsth.'og mora is required of an actor. The man's character and intelligence was exhibited last night when he attempted to roast a member of the orchestra for falling to keep time witb his rot. For this the audience hissed him out of the act. Brodle and bis tough barroom scene should be confined to a dime museum; then no speaking parts or music would be required. His present- aggregation expect the members jf an orchestra to read minds as well as music. When, oh when, will a long suffering public obtain protection from bridge jumping and prizefighting actors? ELKS' MEMORIAL SERVICES ADDITIONAL ITEMS. To be Held a Wfek From Tomorrow— The Pnblic InTited. The public is invited to attend fcha Elks' memorial services, to be held a week from tomorrow (Sunday,Dec. otb) in tbe hall or the lodge in the Kreuzberger block, at the southwest corner of Market and Tn<rd streets. The services will begin at 2:30 p. ro. Following is the programme: Music—.''Stabat Mater," Rossini, Steinhart's orchestra. Prayer—Rev. D. P, Putnam. Music—Chimes Quartette. Eulogy—"Our Departed Brothers" . W. Fender. Music—Chimes Quartette. Address—"The Order of Elks," Rev, J, A McGIone. Vocal solu—"Calvary," Rodney, Joseph Rembusih. Closing csremooles. Music— ; -0, Give Thanks Unto the iOrd," Soelnhart's orchestra, Doxology. Benediction — Rev. J. W. McDonald. To Protect ilie Gullible. The postoffise authorities at Wash- ngton have adopted a D^W plan to protect gullible people from being victimized oy the. alleged dealers in 'green goods." Suspected letters are marked with the following stamp by the postmast-er at whose office ihey are milieu: "The person re- eceiving this letter is warned igainst swindlers, who falsely pre- iend to deal in counterfeit money. !f this relates to that subject, hand t to the postmaster, who will forward it to tbe postoffiee department, ivlsion of correspondence at Wash- ngton." Agreeably Surprised. Mrs. O. N. Toland, of 620 Linden avenue, was the victim of a very agreeable surprise last Tuesday evening, arranged by the ladies of tbe G. A. R. The evening was spent at pleasant social dlscussson. An splendid luncheon was served. It was a complete surprise but Mrs. Toland soon regained her usual composure, and made the evening pass very pleasantly for her unexpected guests. "Snnset Limited." A vestibuled train of composite compartment drawing room sleeping ars and dining cars, Chicago and St. Louis to California In three days. Complete particulars mailed free to any address by your local agent or James Charltnn, G. P. A., C. & A. R. R., Chicago, 111., or R. C. Townsen, G. P. A., St. L. I. M. & S. Ry,, St, Louis, Mo. Sewktrk Wanted. Justice Waiters Thursday issued a warrant for the arrest of William wkirk upon the charge of assault and battery preferred by his sister- n-law, Frances Campbell. Newkirk s at KokDtno, and his arrest will occur upon his return to Logansport. He Is the man who obtained much notoriety by tae pure base of a double- headed calf. A Cake Walk. The attendants at Longcliff hospital enjoyed a cake walk Thanksgiv- night in the hospital theatre. Music was furnished by the hospital rchestra. Eight couples partici- iated in the walk. The costumes were in keeping with the affair, lakes were awarded to Miss Anna Hensslerand Mr. Wm. Fossler. Wedding and party cakes,Strecker Will Painter is visiting friends at Monticello. C. M, Cordell Is at Pontias, Ills, on business, Frank Miller, of Chicago, is visit- Ing In tbe city. Granville Guy of Hoovers, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. Chas, Earl, of Lafayette, Is visiting in the city. Glen Forgy of Chicago, is tbe city visiting his parents. J. B Hatfield of Richmond, was in the city yesterday. Misses Emma and Alice Ross are guests guests of Indianapolis friends. Three of the children of W. C. Routh are recovering from malaria fever, John Wendling has been appointed administrator of the Amelia Burrows estate. C. W. Tuttle of Muncle, was the guest of bis father, J. C. Tuutle, Thursday. Miss Mayme Stanley, of 727 Bringhurst street, spent Thanksgiving at Richmond. Mrs. Edward Stocker, of Danville, Ills., is in the city visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Elliott spent Thanksgiving at New Castle, the guests of friends. Miss Kate R?an, of LaGro, is the guest of the Misses Driscoll, of 10 Washington street. Miss Lulu Brown, of Reynolds,who has been visiting in the city, returned home today. Miss Mollle Schul), of Idavllle,who has been visiting friends here, returned home today. Miss Mary Sir, of the Central Union Telephone exchange, is visiting at Terre Haute. Mrs. Jerry Long, of Peru, Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ed Cunningham, of East Market street. Mr, and Mrs. W. P. Marshall, of Monticello, are guests of their son, Charles Marshall and family. MissiBessle Obenchain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Obeuchain, is recovering from typhoid fever. The Young Men's club dance held at the G. A. R. hall last night proved to be a very pleasant society event. Chas. Williams, of Hartford City, who has been visiting his parents in tne city for a few days, returned home yesterday. The pirocbial schools of tbe city were dismissed Wednesday for the week to give the pupils an opportunity of observing Thanksgiving. A struck jury in the case of the State National bank vs. J. T. McNary and J. F. Johnson has been ordered and will be selected Monday. D. H. Price and wife, who left this county several years ago to take up their residence in North Dakota, have returned to visit old friends. They are well pleased with their new home. The funeral of the late Timothy O'Connor, of Lucerne, will be held at the Harrison Catholic church tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock, Rev., Father Zern officiating. Interment, will be made in Mt, St. Vincent cemetery. Peru Republican: Rev. E. L. Semans of Logansport, was In Peru Wednesday looking after some lots he owns in north Peru. He was on the programme last week at the schoool of revival methods, but was prevented from coming by an attack of quinsy. George Welch loaned his overcoat to a stranger last week thinking he would not need it for some time to cume. The weather having changed since Jthen .Mr. Welch started out on a hunt for the stranger. He located him at the Tremont house, Kokomo, and recovered his coat. Rochester, Ind., society young women have completed arrangements for a blackface performance at that town next week. About twenty of the most prominent and pretty girls will appear in the first part, and re- - - THE - - GRAND Special Bargain Bulletin —FOR—' Tonight. Wool Underwear Cheap. 50 doz. ladles' ribbed wool vests In natural gray, finished up nicely, a •egular 75c value for tonight only 25c. Another. 100 doz. just received of those Onelda style vests; heavy fleeced: a egular 39c value, for tonight only 5 cents. Ladies' Salts. 45 ladies' suits in fancy checks and novelties, with jackets and skirts to match. The jacket is nicely lined nd the skirt is full width. This suit would retail In a regular way for $6; tonight's special only »2.98. Collarettes. Fur collarettes just received—In imitation marten, astracban, electric seal, coney, ete. These collarettes we bought at a sacrifice, and they sell generally from 17 to $10. Your choice for tonight's sale,on one table, only $2.50. Any Russian blouse jacket tonight at a sacrifice. Choice of all $12 and 115 Russian blouse jackets tonight on.ly 19 9S. Choice of all our $20 and $25 Russian blouse jackets tonight only $15. Handkerchiefs. 100 dozen Japan silk handkerchiefs with Initial in corner, sell for 25c to 35c, tonight only lOc. Apron Sale. 25 dozen white lawn aprons, full large size, embroidered inserting, your choice of two lots at only 25c and 29c. Schmitt & Heinly, AMUSEMENTS. OLAtTSOPKRA HOUSB. D Wednesday, December, 1st. Annual Appearance or PRIMROSE & WEST'S Big- Minstrels. High Class Miaistrelsy, Presented br the Cream of the Profession. Including Ezra Kendall and Carroll Johnson, Street Parade at Noon. PRICES..$1, 75c,50c, 35c and 2Sc. Scat* on sale at Johnston's drup store. Reasonable Prices. The most Reasonable Tailor in town is Craig. He will make up a Suit tor you that for Price, Style and Fit cannot be beaten. His Stock of NEW AND STYLISH FABRICS For Fall and Winter, Up-to- date arid includes everything desirable. Call and inspect. W, D CRAIG, Tailor 410 Broadway, Next to Fraxee's, THR First National Bank IndUua. CAPITAL 1250,000 A.. J. MURDOCH, PRESIDENT, W. W. ROSS, CASHIER, J. F. BROOKHEYER, ABST. CASHTKK. DIRECTORS: A. JT. Hurdook, W. H, Bringhiim, Itonntl UW, B. 8. Rice, B. F. Yantls. I M. jlarwwxl. W, T. Wilson. Banking in all Its and carefully done. Bafetv to Customers sought for. Strong Reserve '.Fund Maintained. Department* promptly and itookholder hearsals of jokes, ballads, dances and sketches are progressing satisfactorily. During November enough rain has fallen to equalize the rainfall for the year. Thursday night's rain was one of the heaviest of the year. Matt Obenchain reports twenty- three quails, eleven rabbits and two pheasants, as the result of his hunt; all killed by Private Funds oLoan ")n gilt edged security in White ouuty, Indiana, la sums less than i500. Will furnish bond for all urns handled,—George F. Palmer, Monticello, Ind. Smoke the Columbia cigar, Oh, How Thankful Pain WES Maddening and Hope Had Been Abandoned —Wonderful Results of Purifying the Blood. '• A very severe pain came in my left fcnee, which grew \vorse and •worse, and finally a sore broke out above the knee. It discharged a great deal and the pain from my thigh down was maddening. Large, hard, purple spots appeared on iny leg. I suffered in this way (or years, and gave up all hope of ever being cured. My wife was reading of a case like mine cured by Hood's SarsapariUa, and she advised me to try it. I began taking it and when I had used a few bottles Thanksgiving him. Mrs. Elizabeth Hammon, widow of the late L. H. flammon, desires to thank her neighbors and friends for kindness shown her during her late bereavement. A delightful family reunion was held Thursday evening at the home of Miss Elmlra Grams, at No. 612 Linden avenue. An elaborate supper was served. The New Murdock is nearing completion. The new pnrch adds greatly to the looks of the building and will serve to distinguish the hotel from other buildings in the vicinity. The plate glass windows for the Wall street front of the Bee Hive dry goods store have arrired and been placed in position. They are said to be largest plate glass windows In the city. Complaint is ma.de of unnecessary delay in putting in the new floor of the Seventeenth street bridge. The lumber has been on the ground for some time, but the work remains undone. H. S. Etsfeld, a genial representative ot the Brunswick, Balke-Collender company, of Chicago, is In the city, and the probabilities are that he will provide the Elks with two first-class billiard tables. Rev. H. E. Beiderwolf and wife have removed their household goods here from Mont'cello and are occupying the parsonage of the Broadway Presbyterian church. He will begin his work as pastor of the church tomorrow, preaching both morning and evening. YOU SEES The New Furniture Store in the new Pythian Block Corner, Market, Fifth and Erie Streets? YOU SEEN Those Quarter Sawed Oak Leather, Cobbler, Seat Rockers, they usually sell st $4.00, our price is $2.25 H/IVE YOU SEEN Those heavy, well made polished, square top Center Tables. 25y25 inch size worth $3.00, our price is $1.50. YOU SEEH Those solid oak Sideboarde? We are selling so many of them. They are worth $16 each, our price is only $8,90, found relief from my suffering. Oh, how thankful I am for this relief I I am stronger than I have ever been in my life, I am in the best of health, have a good appetite and am a new man altogether." J. P. MOOBS, Lisbon Falls, Maine. Sarsaparilla Is the best—in fact the One True Blood Purifier. Fire Serial Stories. Five strong; serial stories are announced for publication In The Youth's Companion during 1898. These stories make up only a small part of the good things that will be spread before readers of The Com- Danion during 1898, Present readers of The Companion who renew their 11 subscriptions and new subscribers McCoy's New European Hotel GDI. CLARK AND VAN BUREh .1*. CHICAGO. Hood's Hood's Pills euro»11 liver lUa. 25 oentt. will receive free a beautiful calendar printed In twelve colors and embossed In gold. The paper will be sent free to new subscribers every week from the time the subscription is received to January, 1898; then for s fall year to January. 189S». An illustrated prospectus will be sent tree to any one addressing The Youth's Companion, Boston, H&M. FIRE PROOF. One block from C. R. I. * F. mmt L. S. A: M. S. BallroMl dep*b Improvements costing $75,000.00 h»vs just been completed, and the bouse nov- offers every convenience to be found b» try" hotel, including hot und cold water, electric light and steam heat in every room. Rates 75 cents per day and upward*. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM McCOY, 0»»cr art

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