Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 14, 1897 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 14, 1897
Page 19
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Main Office of "THE HUB" Cloth Co., 309 and 311 Market St. Philadelphia, Pa GENTLEMEN: Those 500 suits we sent you ten davs ago to sell at $12.00 and $15 00 respectfully—and are well worth $15 00 to $18.00, you will now mark them to sell at $10 00 and $12 00 until the entire lots are closed out. Very respectfully, THE HUB. Here is a Chance for You Christnas Shoppers. WE'RE ALWAYS AFTER BUSINESS •* And we generally get it. Kew customers come to us, old ones. «*me back. Why is this. In the first place what we advertise is so mover exaggerate. When we do have a good thing, however we -don't goat it in a half harted way.Transactions here are based on facts, they doh't depend on ifs and maybes. Kow it happens that for the next two weeks, the above bargains will sparkle as long as those suits •will hold out. Up-to-date. We have given away over 200 of those handsome Coat and Hat Racks, and every purchaser of §20 00 cash will be presented with one, this offer holds good until Jan. 1st. With Every Boy's Suit—Short Knee Pants Suits a handsome Saving Bank rfee. THE HUB. Marry Frank's Old Stand. Logansport, Ind. TRY Al Youno, THE MERCHANT TAILOR THIS FALL For A. Suit or Overcoat He Makes Stylish Garments. All Work Guaranteed. 304 Market Street, Over Coulson's Drag Store. INSURANCE Of all Kinds Written by GEO. GON5ER. Insurance and Loans. All kinds of Insurance and Bonds written In first class companies. Money to loan 8 per cent. S. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. HENRY WESER, The Merchant Tailor, does first claes work, Stylish and I weir flt- tin* clothes made Cleaning and repair- leg neatly done. See Mm. 324 PEARL STREET. Kroeger & Strain. UNDRRTAKRR8 or KU,ht. W. J. Barnett, suoce«ortoc.L.wou. Undertaker, Erabalmer aad Funeral Director. il'7 Market street. Calls attended day or nigat. The finest outfli in the U. S. Col. C. L. Woll, will remain with me. Offloe 16 - Residence-Mutual, 65:C.U. 169. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GO TO- F H. Wipperman, •06 Fourth Street Opp. Court House Entrance. GEORGE W. RODEFER. '•^••^ Real Estate, Loans. F T r o RDD eny City Bought, Sold or Exehanirod, Money to Loan on mortgratre or personal security. Call on me or write to me at No. it Eel River avenue.east mdof Market street bridge. TBL8PSOMB - Offloe, «». Kroesrer, 18 SETH M.YELSEY loans Honor »t 6 P« r oenu Makes Abstracts and Writes Fire. Tornado and Plate Glass Insurance. & SHANAHAN. Bay and Sell Second HandJ Goods. ..» cftU. a* thgtree DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth and Broadiw telephone No Office 368, residence 348 D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET •patalrs over Bruggeman's Millinery Store. P/ivate Monej to Loan No Delay. C- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. XO8 Fourth Street. OITY KRW3. Visit Walden'a bankrupt shoe sale. Magic umbrellas for holiday gifts. —The New Otto, sole agents. Indianapolis is to have a riding academy and driving school sor the devotees of fashion. J. C. Hadley and family are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Chester F. Korn, of Indianapolis. Miss Kate Brough, of Delphi, returned home jesterday, after a short visit with her sister, Mrs. Joseph Patterson. Miss Gertie Winters, of Wabash, who has been visiting relatives and friends in the city, returned home yesterday, A FURTrtER EXPLANATION. How Bishop Killed the Rabbit When He Fell. Editors Pharrs: Being ooe of the readers of your good paper I would like to rectify one or two mistakes in regard lo Mr. Bishop's hunting episode, and being one of the party of hunters from here, I of course don't wish any reflections against, the rest of the partv. because "Blsh. ireed a rabbit." If .he was a pard of Buffalo Bill's he must ?urely nave hunted the buffalo and Indian from trees, but made a mist-ate its the rabbit business. We told him tie needa'C get up the tree lor there were enough of us to keep the rabbits from getting him, but he would go up, and we didn't tell him to come down. "Bish" saw the rabbit under him, an3 expecting it to jump up and get. nlm, be tried to get in the first olow, in self-defense. Trie rabbit saw the odds ag-tlnst blm and tried tn "take to toe brush," but "Bish" miscalculated the distance,'and no doubt, he hit the rabbit a hard blow, but was defeated, and the rabbit seeing the party coming to the rescue, departed for the next swamp. Mr. Burk hasn't had a chance to call the rabbit up for investigation and therefore no accident report can be had, but if said rabbit is found, he will probably be "pulled" off for thirty days from his favorite tree and swamp (or holding out such inducements for "Bish." Am sorry this tale got out, for though "Bish" only fell out of that tree once, it might have a tendency to make a second Steve Brodie and might result fatally some time (either to "Blsh" or the rabbit), The tree has been there for years and I guess that's the first time It was ever "broke." ONE OF YOUR HEADERS. ADDITIONAL WILTON LACKAYE In "The Royal Secret" at Dolan's Thursday Mght. Mr. Wilton Lackaye will appear at Dolan's on Thursday night, supported by his company iu a new romantic comedy by Relnau and Price, entitled "The Royal Secret." The play has been written especially for Mr. Lackaye, and the authors believe they have furnished him with a very happy medium for the display of his strong individuality. They have endeavored to present the picturesque ond dramatic incidents in the reign of Louis XIV in an attractive manner, dwelling possibly more upon their own recundlty ratberthan upnn the correct traditions of history. Tne production ot on interesting play is said Co be the result of their labors. There are moments of dramatic intensity which hold the attention of an audience closely. The incidents of love, intrigue and diplomacy are characteristically portrayed and a vein of comedy runs through these incidents with delightful freshness, making a hapoy combination of comedv and passion. The costuming of Che play Is said to be handsome and the special scenery used consists of five handsome sets. Circuit Court. In the matter of the estate of James G. Glsh; final report of Elizabeth (Jish, guardian uf the heirs of James G-. Glsh, approved. George P. Chase appointed administrator of the estate of Martha J. Gaumer, deceased. Mary E. Hogle vs. Jesse Hobaon and others: finding for plaintiff and title quieted: George W. Walters was appointed guardian of the minor defendants in the case of Agnes Marshall vs. Anna E. Marshall. A continuance was granted in the case of the State National bank against Jordan Hecht. Defendant was ruled to answetr the the seventh Tuesday. Huntingtou News-Democrat: "H. L. Davenport, of Logansport, returned home this afternoon, after a short visit with relatives In this city. While here he was the guest of the Millenbangh and Wagner families" Smoke the Columbia cigar Hot and cold soda at Porter'?. Chrisctnas novelties—G-olden Rule. Sterling silver complexion brushes for 75c at Taylor's. Fine line carving sets from cheap- Ust up to ti at Crlsmond's. Miss Edith Skinner, of 705 High street, Is at Peru visiting friends. George Williams, of Delphi, is in the cily for a short visit with relatives. Tbomas Brown is visiting friends and relatives at Indianapolis for a few days. Try Mr.Hale's for a pnre drink of McBrayer, seven years old, 106 per cent proof. Thousands, of articles to select from for Christmas presents at the Golden Rule. Buy a roll of late music of Ed Powell to send to some dear friend for Christmas. John Hjrstman. the Westside grocer, is one of the happiest men in town. It's a girl baby. Mrs. N. E Donaldion, of east Broadway, is entertaining Mrs. E. C, Ellis, of Canandagua, N. Y. The Woman's Relief Corps of the G. A E, , met this afcernojn to elect officers for the ensuing year. Choice underwear and hosiery, a most acceptable holiday gift at the New Otto and free decorated china. Merchants report that the holiday trade has fairly begun. They expect a large business during the next two weeks. We do not intend to carry |our pictures over the holidays. Come in and get bargains at the Logansport Wall Paper Co. A blaze was discovered at the rear of Johnston's drug store last evening, but was extinguished before any damage resulted. Misses Mamie Moyoihan and Kate Sbultz, of Lafayette, spent Sunday iu the city, guescs ot Miss Maggie Halpin, of 1420 North street. The Mutual telephone company has ordered flve express switch, boards. The same will be placed in position by the first of January. The ladles of Bethel M. E. church will serve dinner at Mrs. McMulIen's. three miles ncrth of toe city on the Mltthigan pike, on Friday, Dec, IT. Gold spectacles make a nice present for father or mother. Get them of Taylor, the graduate optician and have them fitted to the eyes after Christmas. All friends of the Woman's Eelief Corps are invited to attend the reception this evening at the home ot Mrs. Frank Swlgart, 715 North street, in honor ot the national president, Mrs. Flora M. Davies, of. Duluth, Minn. Mark Twain's new book of travel, "Following the Equator," is full of his quaint humor and philosophy. An elegant edition of the work is now being sold by Miss Jennie Dawes, local agent. It makes a most acceptable Christmas present. The celebrated Otto «•* and »5 shoes, hand-turned French kid and viol in the new shades, are so well known that when The New Otto advertises a limited number for sale at $3, the ladies know they get the swellest shoe on earth, and no fake. Charles A- Moody, who attempted to get out ot the city without settling a boird bill due Louie Wandrei, of the Columbia restaurant, has sent for money with which to redeem his baggage, which was attached after delivery at the Panhandle station. Bob Fitzsimmons says he will never enter the prize ring again and denies all rumor to the contrary. Bobs last contest was a "friendly bout" with the Elks lodge of Marlon. Although this contest was simply for "points" the lodge was knocked out and Is still laid up for repairs. But It will very soon come "around all right. Gus Mehrle, formerly of the firm of Quealy & Mehrle, who conducted a grocery store ID the Keystone block on Broadway, has purchased the grocery stock ot Fred Horstman, located in the room at the northwest corner of West Market and Front streets. He took charge today. Mr. Mehrle is au experienced grocery- man and deservedly popular and ought to succeed in his new venture. Hood's Restore full, regular action of the bowels, do not irritate or inflame, but leave all th« delicate digestive organism ic perfect condition. Try- them. 3 cent*. Pl-epareii only by C. L Mood & Co., Lowell, Mini. Pills TO SAVE THE TEHPLE. White Ribbiroers Want Six Hundred Thousand Half Dollars. Eleven days, counting the intervening Sundays, remain to the temperance women of the country to raise the sum of *300,000 that is necessary to save the Woman's Temperance temple in Chicago. According- to the announcement ot Miss Willard, the fund must he complete by the annual crusade day, which comes two days before Christmas. If the women succeed, it will be one of the greatest financial feats ever accomplished by the sex. Every white ribbocer in the country, and there are nearly 150,000 of them, has received four cards, each having a little space for the insertion of a fifty-cent silver piece. These cards they are asked to send out to friends outside of white ribbon lines, with an invitation to subscribe the fifty cants, and send the card to the temple. The 1300,000, 1? it is raised, will pay off the trust bonds now on the temple and give the women the controlling interest In the^building. A strenuous effort is being made to raise the full amount to the uttermost farthing, in order to relieve Miss Willard from her oledge to sac- refice her $16,000 home and the fund of $3,000 presented to heron her 50th birthday in order to make up any deficiency that may exist. Sunday School Officers, At a meeting of the Evangelical hurch Sunday school, Sunday, the following officers were elected: Supt.—F. 3. Lutiian. Ass't. Snpt.—Mrs. William Nading. Eec. Sec'y—Mary Kush. Ass't. Sec'y.—Emma Lusher. Treas.—Mrs. William Kles. Librarian—Mamie Fisher. Ass't. Librarian—Maggie Phillips. Organist—VIrs. Milo Barker. .Assistant Organist—Olive Kleckner. Chorister.—James Faucet. Miss Emma Harden, who has been visiting friends here for some time, has returned to her home at Indianapolis. REMOVED Into the Bell Block on Pearl sc formerly occupied by Harry Tucker where you are invited to call and And a Stock of "Winter Woolens for Suitings and Overcoatings That Cannot be Beat. Merchant Tailor. Pearl St. Next to Bell's Office. W. Craig, DELICATESSEN FINE 407 Market sti-eet in room for»erl7 occupied by Legansport Wall Paper Co. Qunther's Confectionery. Charlotte Buses. Huvarian Cream, Wine Jeilies, Chocolate Eclairs, Pa«7 Shells, Eifg Kisses, Hickorynut Macaroons, Almond Macaroons, Walnut Macaroons. Cocoanut Macaroons, Yanl'la Wafers. Jelly Tarts, Cream Puffs, Fruit Cake, Gold and Silver B<xJ. Lemon Harangue Pies. Frank K. Lloyd, Pastry Cook at the Barnett and Murdock bowls lor tha past flve years. CSr'We have contracted to furnish all the Pastry and Bread lor the above hotels. AWUSEMENTS. D OLAJTS OPKRA. HOUSE. • • • • Thursday, December 16th. The Distinguished Actor, Supported by his owe company of High Class Artists, in tr.e new Romantic Costume Comedy Drama by F D. Kelnsu and W. T. Price, entitled "The Royal Secret." Complete Equipment of SceneiT. Coft-mes, Sumptuous Production. P ices -Plush sea's f 1 .50 : a. 1 of circle, $1.00: Parquet, TSo : utJcon.v. 50 and -So. on taie at Jonnatoa's drug score. IS DOING A GREAT BUSINESS We hardly know ourselves how to account for the rush of trade we have been having since we opened, a month ago. True, we have sold goods fearfully cheap, but it seems lately as if our people had by common consent made np their minds that the new store, the Reliable Furniture store, is the only place to purchase Furniture. Now for the Christmas Trade. Don't forget that whether for a wedding or a Christmas present, nothing is so acceptable as some article of Fnrniture. Corner Market, 5th and Erie Streets. THE GREAT COMMERCIAL SCHOOL OF INDIANA. Genuine Office and Business Practice from the day o£ entrance. The Logansport Commercial High School. We use the well known Sadler's Budget iy»- cem of Bookkeeping and office practice. The Educational ait of ihe mh Century! Genuine bookkeeper's experience from tko start. No copying. The student learns Dy doiog. He IB not taught impractical and «b«*. lete methods and forma. The most thorough aod up-to-date oomaer- ciaJ school in thjesection of the country. Select the best Cheap tuition if dear at »nr cost. Select a school that is recognized ai< endorsed by the business community. W» urge Investigation. uome and gee us. Or write. Lugangport Commercial Hlgk SchwI. FOURTH STREET. THR First National Bank CAPITAL $260,000 A. J. MURDOCK, PKHHDJBNT, W. W. BOSS, CASHMB, J. F. BROOKMEYER, AJSST. •IRECTOBS: A.J. Mnrdock. W. H, Brlnfhum. Otoalt Unl,S. 8. Kioe, B. F. Yantii, 1 M. JUnrood. W, T. WJl»on. BanMng in all lt« Deputnwnu promptly and carefully done. Safety to Ciutomen and notghtfor. Strong Beterve Fund Maintained. Low Rates to North CaroUoi, Virginia and Other States. Pennsylvania Lines. Lines Dec. 7th and "Hot. For ipeoUl inter* roaflon apply to W. fW.; Bichardwn. Dll passenger Agent, Indianapolis, Lad. No need to suffer with rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia, cramps or colic. Dr. Thomas'Eclecwlc Oil cores »11 such troubles, and does It quickly. BANKRUPT SHOE SALE, Ladies' shoes 890 Misses shoes 690 Ladies' shoes 990 Misses shoes 8gc Ladies' shoes $1.23 Misses shoes 990 Ladies' shoes $1.48 Misses shoes $1.19. Child's shoes 350 Child's shoes 490 Child's shoes 590 Child's shoes 890. — $4 Ladies' Fine Shoes $2=48. Splendid Shoes for Boys 98c. We have got to sell this Stock of goods and we will save you S3.OO Ladies's Shoes $1.89- This is y0ur Chance to buy GOOD SHOES for the price of Cheap One*. One on your Shoe Bills What is better than a nice pair of Shoes for •Christmas—Nothing.

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