A^tffW^JT^Sfvvlvp!^ We Can Save You Money We offer special inducements in Dress Goods and linings. I DQQ Ttan Pnct , Lcoo I lull uUoli Table Linens in Turkey Red, German half bleached and genuine Irish linen—grass bleached— at less than cost of importation. THE TWO STOCKS, The "Star" of Lafayette and Golden Rule. W. D. PRATT, Trustee. After Recovering From Eacrippe. Measltg and ma Opermlloo, Pneumonia Attncks Him. J. V. Webster received a telegram from Chicago last evening- stating' that his 4-year-old grandson Webster Mo Milieu waa not expected to live, and that the pbyslclacs of the hospital In which be has been placed hare given up all hopes. Severa months ago an operation for a throat trouble was performs on him and he waa In a fair way to recovery when he was stricken down with the grip. Kallying from this attack he was taken sick with the meaalea, from which malady he recovered only to be attacked with pneumonia. His system IB BO weakened by long suffering that he cannot possibly survive, and Mr. Webster hourly expects to be apprised of hli death. Zo» Phora—ffom»'i Friend- Has a grand record as a remedy for all diseases peculiar to women. Ask your druggist for one of the Zoa« Phora medical books for women. Sold by B F. Keeeling and Coulson & Co. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 26. And Retail Daa'era In FURNITURE Of all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROftDWflY. •Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Ni 3 'ht. Phone No 99. Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings, Novelties all in waiting for you to come and select them. If you are hard to please our goods and prices will win you, THE TAILOR. BJtOAJUWAY. For Rent—Two sleeping rooms. In quire at this office. Miss Emma Stlnna'z of the West Side gave a party Saturday evening la honor of Mr. Harris of Indianapolis, Do not forget Mr. Plko will take orders for capee, waists and §kirts today at the Trade Palace. PriceB lowest. The annual election of tha Ladies' Aid Society of the Broadway Presbyterian church will be hold Wednesday afternoon. Tae daath of Mrs, M. A. Hauk, mother of D. A. Hiuk the jeweler of thia city, occurred Sunday night at her aome in Peru. Dora G-oodaaan. aged 18 years daughter of Max Goodman, the Monticello clothing dealer, dropped dead Sunday evening. "Pack's Bad Boy," who has jji-owa to bo a veteran fun maker waa here last night, supported by an average company. The attendance waa fair.. Charles W. Traut will open a grocery next Saturday on Pearl and Market streets. Mr. Traut has for ten years been employed by M. McCaffrey Co. Max Voight, who was undsr arrest at Poru oa a charge of conspiracy with intent to defraud, 'has baon released on $300 band, with his father, Emit Voight, as security. Yearling filly; bay, witn black mane and tail. Will give reward. W. L, MORRIS, at oil mill. If I omitted to include the contents of the third floor, In choice of suits at $9.50, it waa unintentional; there is nothlog reserved—Otto Kraus. THE COMING BICYCLE. It Will Pay You To see our'new and nobby-shapes in Stiff &rd Soft Hf^TS. All the leading makes Beautiful Effects! New Styles! Popular Prices! Uglif. HubMtautial ami Unproductive or Uunip- HackM. It is said that, the hump-backed style of riding a bicycle is going out of style and that raised handles are coming into favor. In fact there is every reason to believe that both bicycles and bicyclist for the coining season will be better than ever before The new Columbia, which Line Pilling has on exhibition at his Broadway shoe store, certainly bears witness to this effect. It is greatly improved in the pedals, handle bar and standard arrangement?, and, while weighing but twenty pounds,is guaranteed for a 300 pound rider. The new wheels for '05 will also be from $20 to $25 cheaper than heretofore and the'season altogether promises to be a most prosperous one for the sport. See the new '05 model -iO Columbia bicycle. It has improvements and important points which no other wheel can possibly have, Col. Albert A Pope being one of the first manufactures of bicycles and controls patents which can be used only on Columbia bicycles. Prices $00, $00, $80 and $100. The place to buy Columbia wheel Is Filling's shoe house, 412 Broadway. HARRY FRANK, TO BE, SURE,. Temporarily Occupying Fashion Store. WE never misrepresent goods and the people know it. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT A\Q Market St. Tlie Oriental The princee met lasi niphi in regular session with a full attendance, and initiated the fpllowinpr candidates: D. Glymer, jr., M. D. Ryan;- E. Twomey.Sig. Friedman, John Kuowlea and W. B Milroy. Toe membership is iccreaaiDgc rapidly and candidates are seeking for admission, but on no- count of the length of time needed not more than five can be given tbs r.e- ID one evening. Positively r,o one will ba admitted without tickets. B}' Locitl Talent. The Manhattan Comedy Co. is ar-' ranging for a play to be produced soon under the direction of Edgar Powell. To purify, vitalize and enrich the blood, and give nerve, bodily and digestive strength, take Hood^s Sarsaparilla. THE MOST PROGRESSIVE HOUSE In Logan sport. PROGRESS. Corner Market and Fourth Streets. THE FINEST AND BEST STOCK IN LOGANSPORT! OUR NBW SPRING STOCK Is now complete in every department. Come in and see our grand Display of Clothing, Hats, Furnishing Goods, etc. We handle the best goods and show them with pleasure. They sell themselves if you want to buy- If not, there is no haim done. Striking Spring Specialties in Men's Clothing. for Men's suits you can not duplicate in any other store t i for $7.50 and $8 "* OUR $18 and $20 Tailor Made suits that are as good as made to order suits for $35. Our Boys' and Children's Clothing Department. We show the largest and handsomest line of any house in the city. If you are in search of Novelties for the little ones, you can find them here, together with the best line of staples. Prices below all competition and all new Spring Goods. Our Furnishing Goods Includes the latest Novelties in i\eckwear, Gloves, Shirts, Underwear, Shirt Waists, Umbrellas, Mackintoshes, etc. HATS! Our line of Men's and Boys' Spring Hats are superb. The greatest variety and nobbiest shapes in the market. We don't follow in anything, we lead! The goods we sell are our best advertisers. One price to all. To every boy purchasing a suit we will present him with a nice Wagon. The Progress Clothing House. LOGANSPORT, INDIANA.
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