Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 20, 1897 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, December 20, 1897
Page 3
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Ham Office of "THE HUB" Cloth Co., 309 and 311 Market St. Philadelphia, Pa A F1EIL* REUNION, Those 500 suits we sent you ten days 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 •ut. Very respectfully, THE HUB. Here is a Chance for You Christmas Shoppers. WE'RE ALWAYS AFTER BUSINESS^"""* 1 A»d we generally <*et it. New customers come to us, old ones, «me back. Why is this. In the first place what we advertise is so merer exaggerate. When we do have a good thing, however we *m't coat ft in a half harted way.Transacfaons here are based on facts, tkey doh't depend on ifs and maybes. Now it happens that for the HMttwo weeks, the above oargains will sparkle as long as those suite will hold out. „.. „ , . -, Uo to date —We have given away over 200 of those handsome feat and Hat Racks, and every purchaser of $20 00 cash will be pre- awted with one, this offer holds good until Jan. 1st. With Every Boy's Suit-Short Knee Pants Suits a handsome Saving iBank rfee. THE HUB. tarry Frank's Old Stand. Logansport, Ind. Kroeger & Strain. UKLDRRTAKRRS TBLBPHONS — Offlo*. M. Kroeg-er, 18 strata. M. SETHM-YELSEY "iioang Money at « per cent. Mfikes Abstracts and writes Fire. Tornado and 'Plate Glass Insurance. Private Mone) to loan No Delay- C- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. 80S Fourth Street. W. J. Barnett, Suoce " )or MC - L - WoU Undertaker, Embalmer ted Funeral Director. 417 Market street Calls attended day or night. T*e Inest outfit in the U. S. Col. C. L. woll, irfll remain with me. e. Hesidence-Mutua.' OI-TY NHWS. DR. F. M. EOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth and Broadw«T «M«r«l Telephone No Office 883, residence 8*8 JJANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buy and Sell Second Hand Goods. us a iaU. FURNFTURR New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices... W. F, O14 Hta»d When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GO TO- F H. Wipperman, I»e;*»urUk Street Opp. Court Hou*e Entrance, GEORGE W. RODEFER . r -^.-»Real Estate, Loans. ^S^/ 1 * BoajrktSoIdorRxohanKPd. Money to Loan oJuiiortirag* or perronal security. Call on me write to me at Mo. 31 Bel Hirer »»anuo,east nti »f Market itreet bridge. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET Upstairs over Bruggeman's Millinery Store. Bankrupt shoe sale at Walden's. See our City of Bridges spoons at Haul's. Come and see our china plates for 50c at, Taylor's. I Mrs. Thomas Austin is at Chicago the guest ot Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Percival. Don't delay buying your holiday presents. Avoid the crowds by buying early—The Bee Hive. Mrs. Mary Bridge has returned from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Rlchter, near Camden. Reserved seats on sale at 425 Tiitrd street for tbe sparring entertainment at the rink, Thursday, Dec 23rd. George Gonser, of Secretary of State Owen's office at Indianapolis, spent yesterday with his family here. Good, sensible presents at Ed Powell's. Mandolins and guitars,guaranteed against warping or splitting. The township trustees of this county are being notified of the date of a state meeting of trustees to be held at Indianapolis on the 28th and 29th insts, A thief effected an entrance into the chicken coop of Andrew Burnett, residing northeast of the city, and stole a dozen or more chickens last Friday night. Select your Christmas presents from I. N. Crawford. Boy's sleds 50o, 75c, $1, $1.75 and up. Barney & Berry skates 25c, 50c, 85c, II up to $4.50. Boy's rifles II, $2.50, $3.50. tS.Sbot guns, all prices from $4 to 140 A boy named Nethercatt broke through the ice on Eel River, near the brewrey, Saturday afternoon. H e was rescued by employes at the brewery after he had stood in the water up to his chin for about twenty minutes. Trouble is a thing that will come without our call, but true joy will not spring up unless you make an effort. We have many useful articles such of hats, ties, gloves and umbrellas that will give true joy to some gentleman.—Dewenter, the hatter and furnisher. A family reunion of the Wilson family took place Friday (thelTtb) at the old homestead in Tipton township, at which all of the children weie present except Mrs. Laura Hnghel, of Anderson, who, on account of recent illness could not be present. The occasion of the reunion wai the seventy-third anniversary of Mother Wilson, who has lived on the. old homestead for fifty- sir years and has through motherly love and care seen a large family grow up and pass out into the sunlight and shadows found on the stage of active life. The children present to enjoy the occasion were Harvey and Mrs.Carrie Stukey, of Logansport; Charley, Taylor, Mrs. Alice Sharts, jf Tipton township; Mrs. Linnie Shirley, of Indianapolis, and Harry Wilson, of Chicago. The features of the occa- casion were appropriate presents, a famous country dinner, such as only fond mothers can order. Old times and events of childhood were recounted, and thus another "red letter" day for the family dropped into the well of time and fond hopes were expressed that mother might live and enjoy many more anniversaries. TELEPHONE COMPANIES Should be Compelled to Supply County Officials With Service Free of Charge. A telephone is needed at tbe county infirmary, A telephone is needed at the orphans' home. A telephone is needed at the county jail. Telephones are needed in all the county offices. There are thousands of miles of telephones wires In Cass county, hundreds of miles ot poles and tens of thousands of dollars' worth nf other property of the Central Union and Mutual Telephone companies. So far as the county Is concerned not a penny has ever been paid for a right ot way. Not a dollar for the hundreds ol miles of the highways of Cass county has aver been paid into the treasury by the telephone company. But now the people must go down in their pockets and dig up $80 a year for telephones for county use. The city ot Logansport gets her telephone service free, and why not the county? FJR GOJ» ROiUS. An Interesting Publication Soon to be Issued In Their Behalf. Arrangements hare been made by which the League of American Wheelmen is to take up the crusade for good roads on a new and extensive scale. The national committee for highway improvement has submitted to the executive committee a proposition which has just been approved,to print and distribute an edition of a million pamphlets devoted to the good roads movement, and particularly to the subject ot state aid to highways. The national committee will collect the addresses of farmers and state and local officials to whom the pamphlets are to be sent. The circulation of this large edition will tend greatly to increase public interest, and will popularize the valuable work. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. THE ODD FELLOWS Will Establish a Borne for Imdifen Members of Indiana. The memoers of the Odd Fellows fraternity iu Indiana are casting about seeking a desirable location for the home far indigent Odd Fellows and their widows and orphans. Several cities It is understood have pUeed bids for the institution, among them being New Castle, Wabash, Greencastle and Indianapolis. Why not secure it for Logansport? It would mean the«SSp"5ndlture of over half a million dollars In or about Logansport tor buildinjj and grounds and make tt the Mecca or all Odd Fellows of Indiana. Wall Toys! toys!! ao Logansport Paper Co. The city schools will close Wednesday for the holidays. To Mr. and Mrs. Fernon Tucker, of Wabash avenue, a son. Mr and Mrs. Claud James are visiting at Kalamazoo, Mich. Come and see my line of onyr top tables—Taylor, the jeweler. See the line of 50c atomizers at the Bee Hive. They're worth 98c. Miss Lennra Spraker, of Kpkomo, will spend Christmas in Lopansport. Lined gloves, serviceable and dressy, 25, 50, 75 and »1—Will Murdock. For Xmas presents buy shoes, and tbe bankrupt store is the place.— Walden. Miss Florence Boston, of Marion, is the guest of Mrs. W. H. Buell, of Market street. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bowen, of 310 North street, are visiting friends at Syracuse, Ind. Mtss Carrie Patterson, of Monticello, is in the city, the guests of her parents during the holidays. Get a bottle of Golden Wedding rye for Christmas dinner, 11 years old, 116 per cent proof, at McHale's. Willard Rush has purchased of J. M. Gulp his interest in the barber shop and confectionery store at the Grable feed yard. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Brooks, of Kentland, are in the city, the, guests of their daughter, Mrs. John Gep- plnger, of North street. A dance was given Saturday night at the residence of Jacob Gotshall in Noble township. There were several guests present from the city. James S. Talbott and Lilian Ammons, William Hartwlck and Rosa E. Overpeck, Edward B. Bridge and Anna V. Elchorn have been licensed to wed. Miss Ora Hankee.of Carroll county, who recently visited her uncle, Geo. K. Marshall and family,of the Westside, is confined to her home by malarial fever. William Hartwlck and Rosa E. Overpeck, booh o^ this city, wero united in marriage {Saturday at the office of the county clerk, Justice Walters officiating. In paying your subscriptions for" tbe Pharos, require the collector to give you a receipt, made out at this office. In this way you can always be sure your account is kept straight. The postofflce clerks were greatly annoyed last year by people who brought presents and asked the clert to wrap them. The postofflce does not furnish wrapping paper or twine. Last Thursday, at Hamilton, Ohio, occurred the marriage of Miss Emma L. Horning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horning, of 1108 Broadway, this city, to Mr. Harry E. Gould, a prominent young man of Brideport, Conn. Poultry raisers are beginning to market their capons. The bulk of them, however, will be fed for a month or more yet, when the average weight will be greater than at present, and they will be in much finer condition for the table Everybody knows what a young man's fancy turns to in the spring, but tbe poet has neglected to Inform us what ie cogitates about these holiday times. We guess beautiful neckwear, to enhance hla appearance, such a§ Dewenter, the hatter and furnisher, is showing. Miss Llllle Green and Mr. Guy Chatman were united in marriage a few days ago at English Lake, Miss Green is the niece of Robert Green, of this city, and has been making her home at English Lake for the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. Chatman will take up their residence in Chicago. Cantata of Bethlehem Is the name of Dr. Root's Ohristmas cantata, which will be given at the First Presbyterian church tomorrow evening by a chorus of 40 singers directed by Louis D. Elchhorn. Admission 35 cents, children 20 cents. Tickets at the door. No reserved seats, as every*seat in the auditorium is a good one. Concert begins at 8 o'clock. The music is beautiful from beginning to end. Don't miss and then regret it. BANKRUPT SHOE SALE. We have got to sell this Stock of goods and we will save you Nearly One Half on your Shoe Bills What is better than a nice pair of Shoes for Christmas—Nothing. n..HA Isthebwi* of good health, • Ul C steady nerves, mental, RlnnH P 11 ? 350 * 1 and digestive OIUWU strength- If you are net- Tons, enrich and purify your blood with Hood'g Saraaparilla. It you are weak, have no appetite and desire to be strong, healthy and vigorous, take Hood's Sar- aaparilla, which will tone your stomach, create an appetite and build you up, Sarsaparilla The Best-in fact the One True Blood Purifier. ww ,, .-».«« cure nausea, indigestion, HOOd S PlHS biliousness. Price 25C. - THE Hew FarniEure Store, Cor. Market, 5th. and Erie. Hood's Farmers' Institute. Prof. W. C. Latta, agriculturist of Purdue university, and superintendent of farmers' Institutes has selected the 4th and 5th of February, 1898, as the date on which the Cass county Farmers' Institute will be held. He also notified the secretary that S. H. Todd, or Huron county, Ohio, and U. M. Hobbs, president of the State Hortlculuural society of Indiana, will be here to discuss some of the most Important questions in which the farmers of the county are interested. The superintendent usually exer- cisea great care in selecting institute workers. Their fitness for public speaking must be apparent. It is also the wish of the superintendent that some of the best I farmer speakers of the county discuss some practical farm subjects befure the institute. This would seem to be an opportune time for the energetic and wideawake farmers of the county to improve this opportunity and make this, the ninth annual institute a success. The American farmer having to contend with the low prices for the products of his labor, on account of the sharp competition of the poorly paid labor of foreign countries, and realizing that energetic work will have to be done or American agriculture will be in danger of decline and decay. The most intelligent and talented young men of the country are leaving the farm because they balleve the farmers are not treated fairly and that farming does not pay as well as other callings. The men who till the soil have been placed here for a purpose, with faculties susceptible ot development, and when these faculties are properly developed, and when the benefits of civil government shall be like the dews of heaven, descending alike upon the coal and iron mountains of Pennsylvania and the corn and wheat fields "of Indiana, then, and not till then, will they become prosperous and successful farmers. Agriculture unfortunately, is one of the oldest industries in existence. Farmers of Cass county, It is to your interest that you assist in making the ninth annual institute she best that ha's been held in the county. JOSEPH GUTHKIB, Sec'y. Talbott-A mnions. Saturday evening at the borne of the bride's parents, in the Eastend, Mr. and Mrs Thomas W. Ammons, their daughter, Miss Ltllie Ammons, was united in marriage to Mr. James Talbott. Rev. Huckleberry officiating. Only the Immediate friends and relatives of the contracting parties were present. The young couple are well and favorably known here, the groom being tha son or Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Talbott, of 900 North street. Mr. and Mrs. Talbott were tendered a reception at the home of the bride, and after a two weeks' trip through the southern part of the state will locate at Louisville, Ky. For Monday's Bargains. Handsome jewel metal belts for 48 cents. Three piece chatelaines for 48 cents. Renaissance and Mexican drawn work doylies for 25 cents. Tripple plate silver cups for 33 cents. All linen hand embroidered hemstitched handkerchiefs, worth 50 cents each, for 25 cents. Gold burnt china cups for 48 cents.and hundreds of celluloid boxes at little prices.— The Bee Hive. Special Sale This Stand 39c Here is a well made and finished stand, the small stores sell from 50 to 75 cents. The "Big Store" will sell them Saturday and Moa- day for only 39 cents each. Se« them in our Erie street windo\r. THE NEW COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Genuine Office and! BuBlneu Praotto* the day of entrance. Logansport Commercial High School. * tip-to date. Thorough. Practical. Oouwe«— English, Commercial, Stenographic, Pen Art, Experienced Teacher? Modern Methods, Thorough Work. Competent Bookkeeper* an« Stenographers tarnished to Buslnes* Firms. Logansport Commercial High Sckotl. Over 321-323-3S) Fourth Streets, 3. W. Hook, M. W. Murphy, Associate Principals. 01* Phone 184. If You Want lo be in the Swim, You. had better le HOOLEY —Make Tour— Fall Suit Or Overcoat He will Pit To* Whea all othen fail. Pare vegetable colors and fine fla- Tors for candies at Fisher's, druggist. DELICATESSEN FINE Smoke the Columbia cigar 407 Market str«et In room formerly by LegtBiport W«il Paper Co. Gunther's Confectionery. Charlotte Kw«e. Hnrari«n Oraaat, wine Jellies, Chocolate BoWrf, Patty Shells. Bvg Ktuet. Blckorynut Macaroon*, Almond Macaroons, Walnut Macaroon*, Cocoftaut Macs room, Vaniila Wafer*. Jelly Tarti, Cream Puffs, Fruitcake, Gold and Silver Bod. Lemon Harangue Pie*. Frank K. Lloyd, Paotry Cook at the Baraett am hotels lor tke past five years. far We have contracted to fnmiafc all to* 1 Pastry and Breao i or tbe above h*t*Ia. Telephone 388 Mutual. Ladies' shoes 890 Misses shoes 690 Child's shoes Ladies'shoes 990 Misses shoes 890 Child's shoes 490 Ladies' shoes $1.23 Misses shoes 990 Child's shoes 590 Ladies' shoes $1.48 Misses shoes $1.19. Child's shoes 890. $4 Ladies' Fine Shoes $2=48. Splendid Shoes for Boys 98c. S3.OO Kadies's Stioes S1.89- This is your Chance to buy GOOD SHOES for the price of Cheap Ones. ; W DEN.

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