"Aj'JSW™!™ 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 Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROrtDWflY, Culls Promptly Attended to l>ay or ^ht. Phono No 99. For Men's Shoes ;SEE OUR Spring Goods! Prices are advancing but -we hold them down. WfU-KER & Rf\UOH 420 Broadway. DAII Y JOURNAL. SATURDAY MOBNISTG. MARCH. 16 Drink McLin's Kolatona. Overworked women needZoaPhora. M-cKeen'ssteamlaundry—good work Broken down women renewed by Zoa Phora. Garden and flower seeds at Kreis' M/g. Co., 41-1 Broadway. For Rent—Dwelling on Linden avenue. Ic quire of Edith Matt. See beautiful line of skirts, serge. orepon and silk—Trade Palace. The Cass County Building and Loan Association haa leady money on hand for borrowers. The Pan Handle pay car will pay at the shops this afternoon instead of Monday as previously reported. Slate Kepllnffer will hang paper at 15 cents a double roll. Give him a call overLalaenoman's tailor ahop.50-1 Broadway. None reserved, ulsters, overcoats^ suite, furnishings and hats, ail must go at slaughtering prices during our removal sale—Harry Frank, now at New Fashion store. MiFnt Headend. , '"••• Judgment haa been rendered in accordance with the jury's verdict in /avor of the defendant in the case of Chas. E. Hale, administrator of the estate of Jacob Schaefer. ajrainet the natural gas company for flO.OOOfor the death of Schaefer. Dam.ge Co»e on Trial. When the circuit court adjourned yesterday evening the case of H&nnah Fair ve. Frances Spry for $2,000 damages for alleged Injuries received in a. fall OD the sidewalk of the defendant, • as being heard by Judge McConnell and a jury. Insurance Adjusted. Jo3. Grace, the clothier, has been allowed $4 ICO bp the insurance companies for his loss by fire recently. The store at No 426 Broadway will be opened Monday morning. An Unwelcome YUltor. Again the aged wanderer, Owen Me- Lear was steered Into the presence of Sheriff Homburg last night. The old man's evident intention Is to make another long visit with the Cass county official, and Mr. Homburg is perplexed as to what disposition to make of the old gentleman. CONTRIBUTION 23. SubmUieJ l>urlnl Our Recent Adver tlaiuff Contest. An essay to be written OB me subject [or slices. I'll write you one as au Item ot ',newa. TLere's a premium to bo given, jou know without doubt. So that's why this boot store. I'm writing about. In logansport, a good sized town, Is a fln« shoe store ot great renown. Hell you Ifglves oKer stores a tussel To keep up with this place, that is all liustel. Shoes bought at this liouse are warranted W wear; The soles are not glued, and the leather won't tear. And Lf you. doubt what I'm saying to you, Buy k pair and you will sea that Its true. When I see u lady coming down our street And sue walks graceful and looks neat at the 1-et, I can see by her face that she is perfectly willing To tell me her shoes were bought of Line Pilling. At this said Filling's, you will always Had a crowd Of eager, buyers, who ills praises sing load, And If bargains you want do aot longer delay ; But go with the multitude to—112 Broadway. Tickets good for $2 worth free to my customers. Two dollars worth of shines free with every pair of men's or ladle's shoes. Who will do more for your trade? LINO 413 Broadway. REMOVAL SALE! We are now Occupying the New Fashion Storel until the improvement of our store is completed On account of removal GREAT REDUCTIONS Will be made in all lines See our new Spring Clothing. and New Spring Hats. Don't fail to attend this Removal Sale. HARRY FRANK, TO BE, SURE,. WE never misrepresent goods and the people know it. /- (l. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4i8 Market St. WE OPEN TO-DAY WITH A LARGE STOCK FROM The Star Dry Goods Store, of Lafayette. TWO STOCKS IN ONE. EVERYTHING MARKED DOWN. THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD, This is Your Opportunity. Don't Neglect it. Come Before the Assortmeut is Broken, Golden Rule Dry Goods Store. W. D. PRATT, Trustee.
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