For The Journal. A 80CIAL PICTl'KB ALL IN COMPLETE, L a s t S h i p m e n t Arrived Yesterday On Sale To-Day COME YOU WILL SAVE MONEY At the Fire Sale, GOLDEN RULE $8. 8$. PANTS, PANTS. I have secured 30 styles of Worsted Pantaloonings which sold heretofore and are sold] everywhere for $10, fout which I se 1 ! now for the low price of EIGHT DOLLARS! The biggest bargain I ever had, Call early and secure choice, J A K E H E R Z. Go to Headquarters For Your Spring Suit. Harry G. Tucker, THE PEARL ST. TAILOR. / : /You will find all the -Latest Novelties in Spring Styles. Yours Truly, , "PUCK." Forthe Next Four Weeks I will sell you an-elegant suit for $22.OO CASH. I -do*this to w make"room'..for the fine.st.line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city J. HOOLEY, Daily Journal SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 5. 323 Pearl Street. Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. . eod&w Patronize Tailors' Union label. 4m: Fauntleroy, a late game at the Ba zaar. The Bee Hive's special offers have merit. Go Bang, an ever popular game, at the Bazaar. The latest, see the Polkadat silk, at the Golden Rule. James F. Bishop the mail carrier is on the sick list. See our boys hats and girls caps.— Dewenter, the Hatter. House to rent, 14th and Wright streets.—C. F. Rauch. William Engelbrecht arrived in the city last night from Richmond. A fine gilt paper for 15 cents a double roll, at H. WUer & Go's. The latest styles of hats are always . found at Dewenter's, the Hatter. If you have not been to .the fire sale, come Monday.—Golden Rule. Shirts made to order and sure to fit. -Dewenter, the Hatter and Furnisher. For 48 cents you can buy a pair of nice lace cumins at H. Wiler & Go's. Six and a half cents a ."double roll- for good wall paper, at H. Wiler & Go's. A sugar, 4J cents per pound, at Rothermel's, corner Sixth and Broadway. See Dewenter, the Hatter, for your umbrellas. Umbrellas recovered while you wait. Only a few days more of the fire sale. Come, or you will regret it.— Golden Rule. New neckwear, new shirts and new suspenders, at Dewenter's, the Hatter and Furnisher. Five cents per pound for granulated sugar at Rothermel's, corner 12th and Spear streets. Miss Lizzie Moesta entertained .a number of her young lady friends on Friday evening. You ought to see those Torrey' hand made shoes for gentlemen, at Murdock's shoe store. Three-pound standard apples, only 10 cents, at Rothermel's, corner 12th and Spear streets. Genuine imported mackintosh coats' of double texture, at Dewenter's, the Hatter and Furnisher. To clean up remainder stock of fire goods, special prices will be given' Monday.—Golden Rule. One hundred thousand rolls of wall paper for sale cheap at the carpet and wall .paper store of H. Wiler & Go's.-" Two special offers at the Bee Hive to-morrow of splendid..value and sold at half price. / Be sure and call to see. Lew Kistler, of Adamsboro lost a valuable stallion Friday night. The animal was a fine one and was valued at $600. •Nick," the Tailor, Fourth and-, Broadway, McTaggart's block," up stairs. Suits to order from $25; pants from $5. aprSdSt Mrs.' W. 'S. Henderson, of north Sycamore straet left, Thursday morn-- ing for Wyoming, 111., to visit her father, Walter F. Cox. • .. The homespun, camel., hair, offered by the Bee Hive'to-morrow at 39 cents, will make lovely tailor-made suits, and is worth twice its price. Windfal Alliance. Di-pateh- T. J. Legg of Logansport, was in town Saturday. Jeff is one of the greatest hustlers in the State when it comes to writing insurance. At the Episcopal church to-day'there will be lay services at the usual .hour. After the services the congregation will remain fora short time for consultation. A full attendance of the members of the church desired. BY KEY. A. JONES. A group ot maidens In their teens, Overflowing with contagious mlrtb, Believe the dark and painful scenes So olt encountered ou the eitrth; Their natures, volatile and gay It would be cruel to restrain, Since youth's delicious lleetlng May, When vanished, never comes again. Their smiles so near the surface lie, Their facea, every moment gleam, As underneath a glowing sky • The ripples Oil' a shimmering stream. Life turns to them Its sunny side, Its fre^h and dewy morning hours, When earth seems like a glorious bride Adorned with sapphires and with Dowers. The vital currents, swift and strong, Are never lulling springs of filee; Spontaneous Is the burst of song, - Of shout, and jest and repartee. The buoyant step, tbe sparkling eye,' The brow not furrowed yet with care, Suggest they should have wings to lly Like [laming orioles through the air. These bright Illusions only last Through youths unchantlng holidays; The time is drawing near too fast _ When they must climb life's toilsome ways. Too soon alas! shall somhre views Obtrude themselves upon the sights; And grief with blinding tears suffuse The eyes now beautiful wltb delight. > HOME AGAIN From New York and the EASTERN MARKETS. After three weeks of stea'dy buying • HARRY FRANK Has returned' with an unusual fine line of Clotning and Furnishings Our future inducements will be THE SOCIAL CLUB. Steps Taken Last Evcnina; Toward an Organization of Buslncw* Men. About fifty of the citizens of Logansport met at the court room last evening to consider the question of the organization of a social club. Senator Magee was called to the chair and John W. Barnes made secretary. It was the general opinion that a club of that sort should be organized and committees on organization, quarters and club names were appointed as follows: Ccmraittee on by-laws:—Jesse Taber, W. A. Osmer, J. C. Nelson, D. B. McConnell and B. F. Loutbain. Committee on rooms:—W. D. Pratt. A. J. Murdock, G. B. Forgy, Dr- C. L. Thomas and Otto A. Kraus. Committee on names—John W. Barnes, H. C. Thornton, G. C. Taber. H. T. Manlove, J. F. Johnson. One hundred and six signatures are attached to the call for the meeting. The club is designed to bring the business men of Logansport into closer relations for social improvement and the advancement of the city's interests commercially. The meeting adjourned to meet in the court room Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at which time the committees will report. •THE iN T EW~¥AlLKOAD. Largest Latest Best Lowest Variety, Styles, Qualities, Prices. Harry is the only Logansport Clothier who goes regularly every season to the far east to produce the newest novelties for the least money. And Here's What tells. . Our resources are limitless, and we will represent in the future, as in the past, what ever money can purchase or Enterprise Command, •'. HARRY FRANK, "TO BE SURE." ARE YOU INTERESTED IN Officers ol" the Indiauapollw. Lo^an*port A' ClilfUKO Railroad Elected Yesterday". The directors of the Indianapolis, .ogansport and Chicago Rail way Company met in this city yesterday at 11 a. m. and organized'by the election of the following officers: President—E. N. Talbott. First Vice-Pres.—A. R. Shroyer. Second Vice-Pros.—N. A. Jeffras. Treasurer—E. G. Cornelius. Secretary—C. H. Jeffras. Chief Engineer—W. A. Osmer. By-laws will be formulated at a meeting to be held here in June. Francis JJIurpHy Coining. Pastor Putnam received a telegram rom Francis Murphy yesterday at noon and dined with him at the Johnton house. Mr. Murphy was en route from Jacksonville, 111., where has had a.grand meeting of two .reeks, to Knighlstown, Ind., where he opens, to-morrow. He will return to his city in two weeks and open a ten lays meeting at the rink Sunday even- ng April 19th. A Wall from tlic Outsklrt*. Kokomo Dispatch* Logansport is •ejoicing in the starting of the wheels n the first factory she has secured in many moons. It is a shirt factory. As it begins, according to the news- taper statement, with a fprce of twelve jirls, it is to be sincerely hoped that n the excitement naturally attendant pon such an occasion Logansport will '''keep her shirt on." Physicians report the general state f health of the city and county at resent to be the worst, .for a year. 'he malady most prevailing seems to e ttie grip, with a fair proportion of ung and pulmonary •• diseases. The "rip seems to have almost as wide, a way as it did a year ago, although ot as many severe and fatal cases lave been reported. Services at the Baptist' church to- ay at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. Young leople's meeting at 6:15. Preaching iy the pastor .Rev. W: H. March. /Corning . subject, "The. .Father levealed by the Son." : Eve.ning sub- ect. "The Gospel Written for the tonflrmation of One Faith." TAXATION? Procure a Copy of the New Law at Wilson, Humphreys & Co.'s. Stella Leazenbee, daughter of Mr. ,nd Mrs. Isaac Leazenbee died at her ome in Washington township, Car- oil county, yesterday at 8 a. m. aged 5 years. The funeral will be held at he Barren cemetery to-day at 2:80, he cortege leaving the house at 1J :80. Competition As We Have Found It We've found many kinds of competition in our 29 year's, experience, and we've learned to like it-—most of it. • • Advertising Competlon. There's the competitor who has advertised us widely. - He has enthusiastically claimed that his prices beat McCaffrey's, while knowning better. McCaffrey was .his .target, and people learned that we were the thorn in his flesh because he could -not sell at what we could. . . Deceiving Competition. Some have put their prices on 9ne thing for a day or two at leas than manufactures could made it for, then said "compare with McCaffrey's published prices." People soon found out that that was the only price they, had within reason. * Fearful Competition. Some have boasted Of the lowest prices without naming one of them. They were afraid of something—and that something was the prices that., they claimed to undersell. .. < ., A Petty Competition. The majority have never tried to meet us, but .have said what they could at their prices. Wide awake people left them^alone. • . • . What it Has Done For Us. This competition has built our business. It was only by having lower prices, better qualities and a wider assortment than others that we drew our trade. And that is what is -increasing, it. * M. McCaffery & Co. 3s>."..
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