Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 22, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Friday, March 22, 1895
Page 8
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The Star Dry Goods Store OF LAFAYETTE, This stock was new and fresh and must be sold at once, TWO SPECIALS FOR TODAY A 11 $1, $1.25 and $16O Corsets reduced to 69e; AH 5Oe, 65e and 75e Corsets reduced to 39e. A complete line of Ladies' Muslin Underwear to close at 50c on the dollar. Golden Rule Dry Goods Store. W. D. PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers DAIIV JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 22 Acd .Retail Dealers in FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROflDWfliY, Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Ni^ht. Phone No 99. FRBSH FISH! If you want a fins fresh .FISH leave your order with F. W, KINNEY, TELEPHONE. 172. One variety of frcwh lake fish received daily. No cold storage goods. We dress and deliver without extra charge. Collecting the Income Tax. £ Peru Journal: Jerome Herff has be- pun hia duties ae income t ix collector of this, the Sixth district, which comprises over fifty counties of the northern part of the State. Hlfl haadquar tere are in this city and he will not be required to leave or do muoh traveling. Collector Herff has a supply of blacks and seeds them to the people in the district on their applloa tlon. According to the law those who know or think they are subject to assessment under it are required to send to the collector for • the . blanks, and a failure to comply together with evading the assessment makes the person liable to a fine and pen. aity. All returns have to be In by April 15th and Jthe collections then begin. If Collector Herff has occasion to doubt the correctness of the returns he may make an THE COMING BICYCLK. Taken Away For BnrUl. The body of Moses Slaybaugh wai yesterday taken to Akron, Ohio, for burial, after a short funeral service had baen road by the Rev, J. C. Eauilman. Lli>hr. SubMtanli.l uml Unproilucllre ol" flump-Hacks. It is said that the hump.backed style of riding a bicycle is going out of style and that raised handles are comiog into favor. In fact there is eveiy reason to believe that both bicycles and bicyclist for the coming season will be better than ever before. The new Columbia, which Line Pil- ,iag has on exhibition at hla Broadway ehoe store, certainly bears wit- neee to this effect. It is greatly improved in the pedals, handle bar and standard arrangements, and, while weighing but twenty pounds, Is guaranteed for a 300 pound rider. The new wheels for '95 will also ba from $20 to |25 cheaper than heretofore and the seaacn altogether promises to be a most prosperous one for the sport. See the new '95 model 40 Columbia bicycle. It has improvements and Important points which no other wheel can possibly have, Col. Albert A. Pope being ore of the first manufacturers of bicycles and controls patents which can be us«d only on Columbia bicycles. frlces |,iO, $60, $80 and $100, The place to buy Columbia wheels IB Filling's ehoe house, 412 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 fiats, Don't fail to attend this Removal Sale. HARRY FRANK, TO BE, SURB. WE never misrepresent goods and the people know it. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT S, 4i8 Market St. SELF PRESERVATION IS THE FIRST LAW OF NATURE. Fakes, fire sales and all other sales discounted FOR MEN (UP STAIRS). #;i.OO to $10.00 Suits, Choicn 83.98 l.Vr Men, Choice of auy Suit in the store, worth up to $25 for $9.50 NONE RESERVED! Prince Alberts, Ivt'geut Sacks, or Frock and Extra Size Suits, including all The New Spring Styles. $3-98 FOR Men's Suits, worth up to THIS IS NOT OTTO'S RULE! A LIE FOR 11 LIE 10 A TOOTH FOR A TOOTH $9. SO CHOICE Men's Suits Worth up to $25, and spring and fall overcoats. When we enter the lists for competition, we do so without regard to profit or cost BUT TO WIN! We cannot afford the reckless lying that nobody believes because the few suckers'caught by such extravagant lies, result in future loss. We have put this sale off as long as consistent with the general success of our business, THESE MONEY-LOSING SALES Are not desirable, but in view of the facts as they exist, we will not stand idly by while others, through false promises, attempt to allure our old-time customers. But we will make the greatest effort of our life for trade—your trade, your friends' at home or abroad. The Greatest Bonafide Offer Ever Published in this Paper! THE PRICE! $3.98 FOR SUITS UP TO $1O $9.50 FORSUITS UP TO $25 W COUPONS HO SUITS ON APPROVAL NO MAIL ORDERS NO FJtCHANGES No Alterations Unless Paid For No alterations unless paid for at actual cost price. We have no doubt our compelitors will rush into print offering to make exchanges, etc,, etc., but Please Consider Our Stock in Comparison to Them. Sample Shoe Sale Continues on Second Floor. Vv r e reserve the right to discontinue this sale without notice, also limit the sale to one suit per man. * OTTOKR This is no 35 cents on the dollar for damaged goods, but choice of any suit, including new spring suits and silk lined spring overcoats. MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS. $3.98 Men's Suits worth $6 to $1O. Including BJack and Blue Cheviots upstairs. Choioe of any suit it ia the store None reserved. Choice of all Also new Spring salts included Fall Dress Cloth Swallow Tails All Extra Size Suits and Prince Alberts Choice of all, worth np to $25.00 Silk Lined Spring Overcoats Choiie of all $9.50 Any soli or overcoat All except Happy Home Clothing. OTTO KRAUS. The Sample Shoe Sale Second Floor.

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