Mai» Office of "THE HUB" Cloth Co., 309 and 311 Market St. Philadelphia, Pa Those 500 suits we sent you ten days ago to sell at $12.00 and $15 00 respectfully—and A. GREiT At DoUn'g Opera Heu§e Next Tuesday Sight—"The Girl From Parts." Some idea of the magnitude of Edward E. Elce'8 superb production, which is to be presented here -Tuesday night, may be obtained when " sell eut. sell at $1200 and $1500 respectfully—and are, day nightii mfty beobtalned when it worth $15 00 to $18 00, you will now mark them to: , 3 knowfl thas the company required at $10 00 and SI? 00 until the entire lots are closed to produce "The Girl From Paris' at J1UUU aUQ»XA W uu.i.1.1 m<- *. ___. m-m _.,_v.«.o n /,^= fnrf.Trnr flftv DBODle. $10 00 and $12 00 until Very respectfully, THE HUB. Here is a Chance for You Christmas Shoppers. WE'RE ALWAYS AFTER BUSINESS ** Amd we generally get it. New customers come to us, old ones. mehaek Why is this. In the first place what we advertise is so •ever exaggerate. When we do have a good thing, however we 4on'» goat it in a half harted way.Transaetions here are based on facts, L 't depend on ifs and maybes. Now it happens that for the weeks the above bargains will sparkle as long as those suits will hold out. UD.to-date.-We have given away over 200 of those handsome IJpat and Hat Racks, and evlry purchaser of $20-00 cash will be pre- ited with one, this offer holds good until Jan. 1st. •am WItk Every Boy's Suit—Short Knee Pants Suits BiBk rfee. numbers some forty or ftfty people. These artists are ail members of Mr. Rice's ramous organization, a school that has at one time or another contained all the prominent American actors and actresses. The attraction is practically a comic opera and is 8tage3 with all the elaborate at- 1 tentlon and detail of a burlesque. It is produced under the personal care and attention of Mr. Frank Srnithson, of the Lyric and of the Terry street theaters of London, and has for its musical director Mr. A. H. LanRstaft, leader Of the noted Newport archestra. The beautiful dances of the production are under the control of the celebrated Ballet de Maltre, Mr. H. Fletcher Elvers. Throughout every department of the attraction, the same standard of talent has been employed. The scenic effects employed in the presentation are magnificent, while the costumes are picturesque and gorgeous. It is the greatest attrac- ;ion leaving New York this year. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. Christmas trees at Qalgley's. Venison at Bay's meat market. Cranz's chocolates at Strecker's. Toys! toysll at Logansport Wall Paper Co. Last call. See us for Christmas presents—Ben Martin. The finest line of holiday perfumes in the city at Porter's. Rev. Father A. Kroeger.of Tipton, was in the city yesterday. Selling out, and everything must go at Walden's shoe slore. One thousand children's band sleds at Harrison's, 617 Broadway. Cut glass, some beautiful pieces, at low figures, at .1. D. Taylor's. Sweet pumpkins for pies at Twells & Behmer's, Sycamore street. The county commissioners' court was adjourned today for the term. The present weather encourages hot pancake and sausage breakfasts. Sweeperettes, carving sets, children's sets, ladles skates—Crlsmond. Hog cholera Is causing heavy loss in many northern counties of In- a handsome Saving THE HUB. Harry Frank's Old Stand. Logansport, Ind. Kroeger & Strain. (Mlt promptly sttonded to DM or Klfht. 618 Bro*d'Wfc7« TKLBPHONB - Offloo. M. Kroegeif. 18 imin. M. SETH M-VELSEY \ Private Monej to Loan No Delay- C- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. 20S Fourth Street. VLoang Money at 6 per cent. Makes Abstracts ana Writes Fire. Tornado and Plate Glass Insurance. W. J. Barnett, Successor to C. L, Woll, Undertaker, Embalmer aad Funeral Director. «fl lurket street- Calls attended day or idpbt. The flne«t outfit in the U.S. Col. C. k. woo, wilt remain with me. in DR. F. M. BOZKR'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National BanK Corner of Fourth and BroadwaT •Central Telephone No OfBoe MS, residence S43 JJANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buy aad 83" Second Hand Goods. 809 6th street OITY NB.WS, Fine candles at Qulgley's. Henry Eller, of Monticello, was the city yesterday. A few very handsome silk suspenders left at Will Murdock's. A new automatic adder Is on trial at the Logansport State bank. Just what you want in perfumes for presents at Johnston's drug store. For Xmas presents buy shoes, and the bankrupt store is the place.— Walden. Kings, rings; we have an elegant HUB of set and plain gold rings,— Ben Martin. Mrs. G-. W. Michael and sons are New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices... F, Ol* Stud When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GOTO- F H. Wipperman, MlVovrtk Street Opp. Court House Entrance, &EORGE W. RODEFEE. Real Estate, Loans. Boujrht. Bold or Siohansred. Moi •n morursjre or per»onal security, u^u uu ™~ , tr vrtteto me at So. 81 Bel River »»«nue,e*st *»d of Market itreet bridge. Money to loan Call on me D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET Upstairs over Bruggeman'n Millinery Store. Corrects an Error. Editors Pharos:—In your statement to the public a few days ago you were entirely wrong in reference to what is permissible In merchandise, photographs or printed matter packages. No writing whatever, not even your name, written on fly leaf of book or a card enclosed in package, Is admissible, unless letter-rate postage Is paid on aald package. Rates of postage are as follows: Two cents per ounce tor letter. One cent per ounce for merchandise. One cent for each two-ounce photos and pictures One cent for each two ounces of printed matter, other than newspapers or matter not entered as second-class. One cent for each four ounces of newspapers and matter entered as second-class. Any article sealed constitutes a letter. Any article containing writing, whether sealed or otherwise, constitutes a letter, and is subject to letter postage. A drop letter is two cents for each three ounces at all letter carrier dlana, Visit Henderscn & Sous' ware postofflces. V. 0. HANAWALT, Postmaster. Circuit Conrt. Bertha Benefleld was granted a divorce from Colfax Benefield and given the custody of their child. The suit of Ira J. Mason against William J. Mason and Michael A. Jordan was dismissed as to the latter. Judgment for cost against the plaintiff was awarded in the case of the American Wire Nail company agatnsc the State National bank. Rafus Magee made his final report as executor of the estate of the late Katherine McGlinn, and was discharged. The court ruled for the plaintiff in the rjartltiou suit of Dugal F. Coons and others against Elizabeth Coons and others. Thomas S. Davis against Benja mln F. Moon; title of In plaintiff. land quieted at their former home in Ohio to spend the holidays. Mrs. C. E. Hardy, who has been visiting hare, has returned to her home at Berlin Heights, Ohio. Even if you have but little money, we can fit you out with beautiful Christmas gifts—Taylor, jeweler. Miss Llllle Brown, of Frankfort, returned home yesterday, after a short visit in the city with friends and relatives, On Saturday evening the Misses Boss will entertain a company of friends in honor of the Misses Clark, of Indianapolis. A new postage stamp Is to be issued to commemorate the holding of the trans-Mississippi exposition at Omaha, Neb., next year. Besides the Malcolm Love and Bush A Gerts, J. 0. Bridge has other reliable pianos in stock that he is offoring at special bargains for the holidays. The postofflce department is sending out to Indiana postmasters a new postal route of the state showing every mail route, either by rail or wagon road. Why not adopt two of our ktds? They are legally yours for $1, 11.50 B. P. 0. Elks, and 12 a pair. We have Foster and Regular meeting tonight of Dent kid gloves, both justly cele-[Logansport lodge No. 66, B. P.O brated. You make the choice; we i Elks. H. J MCSHEBHT, E. R. warrant the quality—Dewenter. I O. A. MEANS, Secretary. Try K Girls. As a rule young ladles are always anxious to have their fortunes told. If they want to tell their fortunes on New Year's day they wl'l follow an old custom. Place a Bible under your pillow the night before New Year, When you first awaken in the morning take the book, shnt your eyes, open It and turn a leaf down. Then at your leisure read what the pages say i there, and somewhere rooms and see the fine display of furniture. Miss Ella Boiler, of Idaville, is in the city to spend Christmas with friends. Seeley f s, Colgate's, Wright perfumes for Christmas trade.—Johnston's drug store. J. W. Henderson & Sons invite the public to inspect their furniture for the holidays. J. J. Hanker, the railway mail clerk, has recovered from a short Illness, and is on duty again. "What Happened to Jones" Dec. 30th, and "Puddenhead Wilson," Jan. 8th, at Dolan'a opera house. There will be a Christmas tree and entertainment at Plsgah church, in Jefferson township, on tomorrow evening. The local express offices are having their usual holiday rush. The number of packages being handled is enormous. Miss Percla Luce, of 416 Twelfth street, will entertain tomorrow even- og in honor of Mr. Doremeyer. of Richmond. Miss Ida Flynn, one of the popular ,eachers in the public schools, went ,o Indianapolis this afternoon to visit relatives. The Eastend Pleasure club will give a grand ball at Dolan & Mckale's hall on New Year's eve, Friday, Dec. 31st. The second dance of the season was •Iven last evening by the Knights of Pythias at the K. cf P. hall. The affair was a very enjoyable one. The rink will be heated and well Ighted for the sparring match tonight. Doors open at S o'clock. Entertainment commences at 9:30. The Citizens' band will give two dances this week. The first will be on Christmas eve and the second will be on Christmas night, December 24th and 25th. Tue county fair association at Marion will go Into liquidation, as It has made no money for several years. Its grounds will probably be offered to the city of Marion for a park. On Christmas eve., a Christmas tree, a free entertainment and a treat to all members of the Evangelical Sabbath school, will be given at the Evangelical church. All invited. Silk lined kid gloves are selling well this season. They are comparatively a new thing and certainly are very choice. They are easily pulled on and off and are comfortable to the wearer. Dewenter, the hatter and furnisher, is selling them. It will be remembered that Mary E. Mock, who is suing her husband, Martin Mock, for divorce and 15,000 among the verses you will read fortune for the year. your ood Pills THE - Cure alt liver ills, biliousness, headache, sour stomach, indigestion, constipation- They act easily. without pain or grip*. SoldbyalldrnpKirti. The onlT PilU w tak« wiih Hood's & JS eenti. Hew Farmtare Store, Cor. Market, 5th. and Erie, the big increase In membership and financial condition Is excellent,. We stfll have a fine line of fancy parlor clocks at very low prices.— Taylor, jeweler. Will Anderson, of New Waverly, Is _ in the city visiting his (.brother, Al j Anderson, the barber. At the Cumberland Presbyterian church, tonight, Miss Ella Gardner will lecture on "Japan." Mr. Alvah L. Myers, of South Bend, will spend Christmas with his family on Sycamore street. J. B. Stanley has returned from a successful lecture tour through central and southern Indiana. J. C. Bridge has in stock a splendid assortment of fine pianos ror Ihrlstmas trade—410 Broadway. £us Champion paid a fine and costs aggregating 19.50, assessed by 'Squire Waiters, for assaulting Jesse Hankee. Why do you drink low proof whisky when you can buy a drink of 7-year- old McBrayar, 106 proof at McBale's? Good, sensible presents at Ed Powell's. Mandolins and gultars.guar- anteed against warping or splitting. The present weather is hard on quails, as the snow and tee prevents them from securing proper food and shelter. Charles Young, the obliging day clerk at the Johnston hotel, has been granted a two weeks' vacation and will leave tonight for Chicago. QThe Galveston orchestra will furnish the music for the Christmas entertainment at the Universalist church at Galveston tomorrow evening. The Christmas cantata. "Bethlehem," given at the First Presbyterian church Tuesday evening, will probably be repeated after the holidays-. David Elder, who is enjoying a pleasure trip through the south, writes from Carthage, Mo , that he will return to Logansport the first of the year. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Johnston, of thfi Johnston hotel, are sending out invitations to their friends to dine with them on Christmas. A Christmas dinner at the Johnston is a treat the ones 8u favored never forget. The reason my piano and organ sales during the past year exceeded the combiner! sales of all other Cass county dealers was on .account of superior instruments and lower prices. I can save you money—C. W. Graves. Select your CbrisMnas presents from I. N. Crawford. Boy's sleds 50c, 75c, $1, $1.75 and up. Barney & Berry skates-25c, 50c, 85c, »1 up to $450. Boy's rifles II, $2.50, $3.50. 15.Shot guns, all prices from *4 to«40 A Cook Book Free. Table and Kitchen" is the title of a new cook book published by the Price Baking Powder Company, Chicago. Just at this time it will be sent free it you write a postal men- tloniny the name of the Logansport Dally Pharos. This book has been tried by ourselves and is one of the very best of its kind. Besides containing over 400 receipts for all kinds of pastry and home cookery, there are many hints for the table and kitchen, showing how to set a table, how to enter the dining room, etc., a hundred and one hints in every branch of the culinary art. Cookery of the very finest and richest as well as of the most economical and home like, Is provided for. Remember, 'Table and Kitchen" will be sent postage prepaid, to any lady sending her address (name, town and state) plainly given. A copy in German or 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 Mom- day for only 39 cents each. Set them ia our Erie street window. THE NEW COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Genuine Office and] Bustaeu PrMfe* the day ol entrance. Logansport Commercial High School. TJp-todate, Thorough. Praotioal. Oourte*— English, Commercial, Stenographic, P«n Aft. Experienced Teachers Modern Ketbodi, Thorough work. Competent Bookkeepers •>! Stenographers furnished to Ruslneai FlroM. Logansport Commercial HI&li 8ch»«l. O ver321-S23-3-.!5 Fourth Street*, J. W. Ho»k. M. W. Murphy, Associate Prinolpill. 01* Phone 184. .._ // You, Want lobe in, the Swim, You liad hotter le HOOLEY I —Make TOOT— alimony, was recently accused by the latter with a criminal practice. Verily Martin's matrimonial ventures have been anything but pleasant. The parties reside near Adamsboro. B. B. Campbell, of Anderson, great sachem of the state of the Improved Order of Ked Men, has made a statement In which he says that the present year has been one of the most prosperous in the history of that order. The lodge has made a Fall Suit Or Overcoat He will Fit Tom When kll otten fail. \ _ DELICATESSEN FINE it. Ad- Chi- Scandlnavian will be sent if desfrefl. Postal card as good as letter, dress Price Baking Powder Co., cago., Ills. Cold Feet. Are not known if you use a heater sold by Henry Tucker. Smoke the Columbia cigar 407 Market vtmet In room f onMtiy bj transport Wull Paper Oo. Ountber'* Ooofaotf Charlotte Howe. Hs Wine Jellies, Chocolate JtoUJrm, Pattr Shell*. Bz* Ktwet, Hickorynut Macaroon*. Almond Haearconi. Walnut Macaroon*. Ocoanut Macarooni. Van] la Wafer*. Jellr Tana. Cream Pnfla. Fruit Cake, Gold and Silver Bnd, Lemon Harangue Pie*. Frank K. Lloyd, PMtir Cook at'the Banjett u* hotel* lor th» puc flre yf»rf. r We have contracted to fnrnMa *U«h» fcstrrand Brew ior tn« abor* h«t*U. Telephone 288 Mmn*l. 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. I Ladies' shoes 890 Misses shoes 690 Child's shoes 350 Ladies' shoes 990 Misses shoes 890 Child's shoes 49C 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 98ci S3.OO Kadles's Shoes $1.89- This is your Chance to buy GOOD SHOES for the price of Cheap r W DEN.
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