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March 17, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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The Stock of the Star Dry Goods Store Of Lafayette. Is now on saltf at the , . . GOLDEN RULE! . , , . Uaprecedeated birgaias are offered. Greater reductions than ever are offered, as the stock must be closed out with a rush. Special values in Dress Goods, Table Linens, Hosiery and Kid Gloves, W. D. PRATT, Trustee. THE FINEST LINE OF IN HONOtf OF SAINT PATRICK SPRING To be Found in the City at W. D. CRAIG'S, 428 BROADWAY. 2nd Floor, Justice Block. FOOLESONG BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers And Retail Dealers ia FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLStERING. 424 BROflDWrtY. Calls Promptly Attended to Day.or Sijht. Phono No 99. For Men's Shoes ;SEE OUR Spring Goods! Prices are advancing but we hold them down. WALKER 5c RfUJGH. 420 Broadway. •A* Happy Motner-$72.50 In a Week MK-. EDITOU.—I feel so happy that I must tell, through your valuable paper, what I did, so others can ba happy and ma.ko money too. Thlnga looked blue; these hard times had thrown my ' husband out ot work; the interest on the mortgage was coming duo and no . monoy. I SRW an advertisement ot the Baplu Dish Washer and thought I could jail them. I sent $0, got one, and, my 'husband washed the dishes because he : did not have to put his hand In tho .-water, aod did not have to rub thorn aor dry them; they came out all nice .and cloiin and ready for the shelf. He also took caro of the house and baby. J.goi tha agency and sold tea the first day, and have cleared this week $72 50, and will, by next week, have enough . to pay tbo interest, and am sure we will have money all winter. Anyone •Ut of work should aend to W. P. Barton & Co , Columbus, Ohio, and . f el a circular, have » happy home, • and make money too. Times are •fblog to bo hard this winter, and »uch suffering can be saved if mother* *n^d daughters would do as I have. E. A. Hanley of Franklin, is here •ad will preach today »t the Baptiil •burch. Anniversary Meeting. Everybody ia invited to attend one of the sinnii-craary meetings of the K. R. Y. M o. A. ujts'ght. One will be held at the Broadway Methodist church, tho address to be delivered by the Rev. J. C. Kauffman. The other in the Christian church on Ninth street. The fiev. W. K. Wonea and the Rev. D. P. Putnam will be tho speakers. Offered to Adops the Child, Aliny visitors have called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamon on Bates street since the child was left on the Hamon doorstep. Three callers offered to adopt the boy, but if tho parents do not turn up Mrs. Hamon who has become attached to the little one, will keep it. Attention There will be a special conclave of S'.. JohnCommandery, No. 24 Knights Templar tomorrow, Monday, evening. Work in the Temple Order followed by a banquet. You are requested to be present if possible. C. M. CITSTEK, E. C. D. J. Calvert, drainage commission. era of Casa county, has been reap. pointed by the commieslonera, towrre lor tbrea years. DAIIY JOURNAL SUNDA? MORNING. MARCH 17. Ask to see the Eureka patent const cover at the Trade Palace. A beautiful line of imitation cut glass at Fox & Dunkelberg's. Bargains in dress goods and table linens—W. D. Pratt, Trustee. For S3 98. choice of men's suits worth up to §10, at Otto Kraus'. Jardiniers and porcelain nest eggs, just received by Fox & Daukelberg. From one to ten thousand dollars to loan on improved city property—Ben Fisher, Choice of any suit, regent, sack or frock, or any overcoat, at $9 50 this week—Otto Kraus. Corset covor, 10 cents; chemlso, 19 cents, and drawers 19 oente, Monday, at the Trade Palace. Sheets and pillow cases cheaper than anyone sells them at the Bee Hive. We combine quality with low .price. Watch Fox & Duo'ue^berg for Easter eggs in all colors. Something now to be presented to our customers, gratis. Seo our infants and children's cloaks; your own price will take them at the Golden Rule—W. D, Pratt, Trustee. Wanted—Experienced dress-maker; no other n3ed apply. Call Monday morning, No. 412 Fourth street—-Miss Shine. The Star dry goods store and tke Golden Rule stock to be closed out at once. Great bargains—W. D. Pratt, Trustee. Don't fail to sample Van Camp's Boston baked pork and beans prepared in tomato sauce and served to all callers Monday—Berger Bros. Our immense trade since our opening, justifies us in saying that sample s ;i^ 3 art what the people want—Boston Sample Shoe Co., 322 Fourth street. $9.50—Price for choice of suits. We don't do it because we want to, but because we must. Self preservation is the first law of nature—Otto Kraus. The immense stock of the Star dry goods store of Lafayette, Is now on sale at the Golden Rule. We have bargains for you—W. D. Pratt, Trus, tee. Railroad men will find shoes that are especially adapted to their business for less than cost to make them, at the Boston Sample Shoe Co., 322 Fourth street. inh Catholics Will Toiny Observe Wjtli Appropriate Excrci*e« Hie l»a.v of Si, ra<rlck. The revered memory of St Patrick, the patron saint of Erin; will be honored by the Irish Catholics in Logans • port today. At St. Vincent de Paul's and at St. Bridget's churches special services will mark the day which every true Irishman is proud to observe. , There will be an appropriate sermon by the Very Rev. M, E. Campion at St. Vincent de Paul's church. The services will begin at 10 a m. The following will be rendered by the choii: • A*p»W3 welgand Kyrie Jilelson S 6 ! 1 """! Gloria in exceWs S eBan ? Credo In unum Del We !f? F|t 5S Lflertory-Jubllutl Del .«•• verdl Sanotus! We *and Benedicts S P , lgun( l •Agnus Del WeluiiHd St. Matthew oommandery Knights of St, John, will attend the services in a body. 'The societies of St. Bridget's church will meet at 9:15 a. m., at the hall, and at 9:45 will march together to the church, where the Rev. Father Kroeger will preach a sermon appropriate to the occasion. There will be appropriate music. Monday evening a. dramatic entertainment will be given at the hall of St. Bridget by the young people of the church. A Wcw Weparturu. Four largo cases of onyx hosiery and underwear was received yesterday by the Bee Hive direct from Uhemitz, Germany. This is exceedingly enter, priding for a Logacsport firm to Import these wares direct from foreign porta. It saves a profit to tho con. sumer which profit it seems to us is entirely unnecessary We compliment the Bee Hive upon this enterprise in tho Interest of the public. We learn that all their dress goods, kid gloves, etc., are also imported direct from the seat of manufacture. Time brings on a higher civilization which is naught but progression. Let the good work 20 on. With the proper support of the public we bsllovo this enterprising firm will give our citizens the chance to buy dry goods cheaper than like merchandise is sold in ChL cago. With our knowledge of tha firms from which Messrs. Wiler & Wise buy we can assert that no house in the land carries a higher class of merchandise. Our citizens should certainly feel proud of this combination. Greatest variety, highest quality, lowest prices. Theatre «ocr». The coming week is one of which I 1'ustly feel proud theatrically. Of the two plays on the boards, "Charley's Aunt," Wednesday and ' Shore Acres" Friday night. I can not say too much. "Charley's Aunt" is one of the greatest comedies ever presented, and the company is Charles Frohman's No.' 1 company, which appeared in all tho large cities, playing at prices ranging up to $2 for best chairs. Our prices will )5e no higher than $1. The return of "Shore Acres" is indeed a great stroke of kindness on the part of the company management and I sincerely trust that our people will appreciate the efforts on my part iu securing this great company. Hop> leg that liberality will be the watchword with amusement lovers, I am Yours to amuse, S. B. PATTEESOS, Manager. -Picture* of * Man." Will be the subject of a talk to men by Mr. E. A. Eanley of Franklin, in the railroad T. M. C. A. rooms this afternoon at 3 o'clock. All men Invited. Thia young- man is a good speaker. Thia '»ddre«S will be »n in- tereiting one. REMOVAL SALE! We are now Occupying the New Fashion Store! until the improvement of our store is completed. On account of removal GREAT REDUCTIONS WiU be made in all lines See our new Spring Clothing. and New Spring Hats, Don't fail to.auend this Removal Sale. HARRY FRANK, TO BE. SURE* WE never misrepresent goods and the people know it. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4i8 Market St. Married by the T In 'Squire Eight's court yesterday evening Miss Jennie Emory began paternity proceedings against a young man named William Green. The lat. ter is employed at Powell's marble yards. Mr. Green was taken before the Justice and tho matter was settled by'the marriage of the parties, the ceremony being performed by the 'Squire. GJrcen also paid the costs of the proceedings had in the matter. Miss Kraery resides on Taber street on the South Side. Why buy muslins when you can buy muslin underwear at less than cost of making. Corset covers, 10 conle; chemise, 10 cents; drawers, 19 cante; trimmed night drawers, S3 cente; children's drawers, 10 cents; aprons, 25 cente; children's white drawers, 25 cents, Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday—Trade Palace. Cu«« The $2,000 damage caso o( Hannah Fftir against Frances Spry, will probably be finished Monday. It was still on at 2 o'clock p. m. yesterday, when the jury was dismissed until Monday at 9 a. m. CONTRIBUTION 23. Sul>:uUie I Durlur Oar lleceut tlwlni; Contest. An essay to D? written on the subject [of shoes. I'll write you one as an Item of ;news. There's a premium to be given, you know wit&ont iloubt. So tbai's way this boot store. I'm writing about. Jn Logansport, a good sized town, Is a fins shoe store of great renown. I'tell y r u it gives olier stores a tussel To keep up with tnte pla&i, that Is all Dustcl. Shoes bought at this tonse are warranted to wear; The soles arc not glned, ani tbe leader, won't tear. And II you donbtwliat I'm saying to you. Buy i. pair and you will see that its trne. . Wnen I see a. lady coming down onr street And she walks graceful and looks neat at the 1-et, I can see by her lace tnat she Is perfectly willing To tell me her shoes were bought of Line Filling. At tnls said Filling's, J<« will alwajs and a crowd 01 eager boyen?. who his praises Mng l»nd. And U bargains you want do not longer delay Bat go with the nulHtodc to—jii Broadway. Tickets gooi for $3 worth free to my customers. Two dollars worth of shines free with every pair of men's or ladie's shoes. Who will do more for year trade? LiSC W.yiLUSQ.. 412 Broadway. T. P. A. Several officers of ihe T. P. A. will spend Sunday In the city. Any one who Js not supplied with application blacks, can find plenty of them at T. P. A. rooms, Wo should ba-proud ot such, an organization. Don't forget our next « regular meeting. All members should be present. A meeting st the Traveling Men of Indiana was announced to be held at Marlon last night, the purpose being to organize a post of the X. P. A. at tb'at city. Post F. certainly has good enough timber to get one of the leading prizes that the national president offers for . the one that secures the most mem bore in the next thirty days. Remember the State convention to be held at Indianapolis is fast ap- preaching- and if wo want to make Post F one of the leading poets of Indiana wo will have to get a move on us quickly. How can manufacturers, jobbers and traveling salesman afford to stay away from an organization that costt only $10 a year with no extra, assessments, and in case of accidental death $5,000 fo • the bereaved relatives. The writer secured two applications last week while oo board the cars. The applicants were citizens of Logansport (don't forgot that). I earn., estly ask each and every T. P. A- member to trv to get at least one new member. If you do we will have eight to ten more delegates. "ChM-ley's Aunt" is without a doubt the funniest creation ever presented to the theater lover. Brandon Thomas the author certainly struck the happiest vein of comsdy of his life, and embodied it In this great play. Don't miss it at the opera house next Wed- •' nesday night. Coan-JoneM. At the home of the bride, No. 1207 Wright street at 7:30 last evening, the marriage of John Coan of Marion and Mies Pearl Jones, was solemnized. The Rev. H- J. Norria pronounced the ceremony. After a bhort tour the couple will locate at Ellthart. ' All economical buyers will call at the Trade Palace and get price* on carpets, malllngt and draperfet befoi* buying. We have the large** itock ever brought to the citj and choice celectlont.

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