Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 24, 1897 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, December 24, 1897
Page 19
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Main 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 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 Christmas Shoppers. WE'RE ALWAYS AFTER BUSINESS 1 "" r * A»d -we generally get it. Hew customers come to us, old ones. c*me back. Why is this. In the first place what we advertise is so •ever exaggerate. When we do have a good thing, however, we do»'t goat it in a half harted way.Transactions here are based on facts, tfcey don't depend on ifs and maybes. Now it happens that for the next two weeks, the above bargains will sparkle as long as those suits Trill hold out. Up-to-date.—We have given away over 200 of those handsome •feat and Hat Backs, and every purchaser of $20 00 cash will be pre- samtod with one, this offer holds good until Jan. 1st. Witk Byery Boy'• So It—Short Knee Pants Suits a handsome Saying THE HUB. Harry Frank's Old Stand. Logansport, Ind Kroeger & Strain. UXDBRTAKBR8 OiJli »Tomptiy attended to Day or «8 Broadway. TBL1PHONB - Olloe, M. Kroeger, 18 main. Bi. SETH M.VELSEY Private Money to Loan ISIo Delay- C- 0. HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. 80S Fourth Street. DIRECT FROM CBICiGO Will Come Rice's Great Company Presenting 'The Girl From Paris." Edward E. Rice's "The Girl From Parts," will be prodnced here, in exactly the same elaborate manner as it was presented at the Herald Square theatre in New York, on Tuesday night. All the accompanying stage settings, mechanisms and effects will be produced with the same lavish disregard for expense to secure the spectacular beauties Mr. Rice has ornamented the piece with. Every attention and care will be devoted to the presentation by Mr. Klce himself and the company composed of mem- \ bers from his own powerful organization. Of the piece itself it is not necessary to state that It has proven the greatest of all tbe Rice successes and Is not even excepting "Evangeline" or "1492" the leading production of the New York and London successes with its beautiful choruses, dainty music, picturesque costumes and auperb scenery. Postage Rates. Rates ol postage are as follows: Two cents per ounce for 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 sec- ond-claas. One cent for each four ounces of newspapers and matter entered »s second-class. Any article sealed constitutes a letter. Any article containing writ- Ing, whether sealed or otherwise, constitute! a letter, and is subject to letter postage. A drop letter is two cents for each three ounces at all letter carrier postoffiees. V. G. HAKAWALT, Postmaster Loans Moaey at t per cent. Hakes Abstracts and Writes Fire. Tornado and Plate Glass Insurance. W. J. Barnett, suec B . 8 ortoc.t.wou, Undertaker, Embalraer aad Funeral Director. «T7 Market street. Calls attended day or nlgnt. T*e flnest outfit In the IT. S. Col. C. L. Woll, will remain with me. Offloe 16. Keeldence-Miitual OITY JSIHWS. DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth and Broadwa» Central Telephone No Offloe 363, residence 343 UANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buy and Sell Second Hand Goods. Ui ft Mil. 209 6th street. FURNITURE. New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices... W. F, O14 Stand When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GOTO- F H. Wipperman, MIFourth. Street Opp. Court House Entrance, GEORGE W. RODEFEB. Real Estate, Loans. Boujrtt, Soldor Kjcoh»nired. Money to Loan on mortgage or personal security. Call on me •r writ* to me at No. SI Bel Hirer a»«nue t ea§t rot ot Market street bridge. D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET CpsUin over Bruggeman's Millinery Store. Christmas trees at Qulgley'a. Chocolateeclaires 20c doz, Strecker, Joseph Kreis has returned from a business trip to Missouri. One thousand children's hand sleds at Harrison's, 617 Broadway . 25 per cent discount on dressed dolls tonight at the Bee Hive. Mrs. W, D. Barnhart, of Deacon, is visiting her daughter at Chicago. Jack rabbit for lunch at Kuhn Brothers, corner Market and Flf&b. Gates & Friend are running their saw mill at full capacity at Clymers station. For Xmis presents buy shoes, and the bankrupt store is the place.— Walden. Seeley'8,Colgate's, Wright perfumes for Christmas trade.—Johnston's drug store. W. H, Brandt, nf Noble township, lately sold a turkey weighing thirty- nine pounds. We still hare a fine line of fancy parlor clocks at very low prices.— Taylor, jeweler. The new school house ID Jefferson township will be ready for use the first of the year. Miss Edna Putnam,'daughter of BBT. Dr. Putnam, Is at Cincinnati spending the holiday vacation. The Wright, saw mill at Deer Creek, south of the city, has been overhauled and much Improved. J. C. Bridge has in stock a splendid assortment of fine pianos for Christmas trade—410 Broadway. The members of Bethel M. E. church in Clay township have procured $1,500 toward rebuilding their church, recently destroyed by Sre. Robert Tarn, of the Northslde, was thrown from his sleigh yesterday on Broadway. The horse turned suddenly on the street car track and upset tbe sleigh. He escaped Injury. Dr. L. D. Snyder, of Onward, has been appointed a government phpsl- cian at Pine Ridge, Indian agency, South Dakota, af 8 salary of f 1,000. He will report for duty January Isii. Cf (carmakers' Union. Logansport Olgarmakers' union, No. 215, has elected the following officers: Pres.—P. C. Collett. Vice Pres.—R. Denbo. Rec. Sec'y,— Julius Wertheim. Rec-Fin. Sec'y.—Charles Euphrat. Treas.—I. S. Johnston. Ftn. Com.—C. Buhrmaster, M, Langton, J. S. Mertz. Trustees—Wm. McValaln, S. Berhager, Wm. Shrader. Sargt.-at-Arms—Wm. McValain. Lost Her Way. A little girl by the name of Mary Alice Ray, residing near Kenneth, Jost her way yesterday while in the city. She was accompanied to town by Mrs. Johnson, a colored woman, who left the little girl in the wagon at some point in the city, while she went to purchase Christmas presents. The young girl was seen crying and the matter was reported to the local authorities. A little while after the colored chaperon appeared and claimed the little girl and wagon. Sight Partly Restored. Miss Pearl Murphy, who has been an inmate of an Indianapolis hospital for the blind for several years, is in the city the guest of her sister, Mrs, Frank Polk. The girl has been blind for seven years. She was placed in the hospital B few years ago, where she received treatment by which her sight by which her sight has been partly restored. She will return to tbe Institution next week. "Sunset Limited." A vestibuled train of composite compartment drawing room sleeping cars and dining cars. Chicago and St. Louis to California In three days. Complete particulars mailed free to •any address by your local agent or James Chart ton, G. P. A., C. & A. R. R., Chicago, III., or R. 0. Townsen, G. P. A., St. L. I. M. & S. Ry. St. Louis, Mo ADDITIONAL ITEM. Attention, St. George Conmuiderv. All members St. George Com- mandery Knights of St. John are hereby ordered to be present at the armory at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. CHA§. Runt, Capt Mr. and Mrs. JonathanGrableare spending the holidays with their daughter at Chicago. Fine candies at Qulgley's. Bankrupt shoe sale at Walden's. Toys! toysll at Logansport Wall Paper Co. We have candy to suit everybody's pocketbook at Quigley's. Harry S. Coot went to St. Louis today to visit his parents. Cot glass, some beautiful pieces, at low figures, at J. D. Taylor's. Sweet pumpkins for pies at Twells & Behmer's, Sycamore street. Cbarles Burk will soon establish a blacksmith shop at Lake Cicott. Buy your friend a celluloid box; 25 per cent discount tonight—Bee Hive. Air rifles, skates and boy's pocket knives for Christmas at Crismond's. Just what you want In perfumes for presents at Johnston's drug store. The country schools have all been dismissed for the annual holiday vacation . Mrs. Rev. W. E. Belderwolf is at Montlcello to spend Christmas with relatives. The Misses Moore will entertain Miss Olive MoreUnd, of Kokomo, over Christmas. The best piano In the market for the money is the'Bush & Gerts, sold only by J. C. Bridge. The church at Onward has engaged Rev, Grlsso, ot Paru, to preach during the coming year. Ash & Hadley have told a larga number of presents, but have a large stock left to (elect from. The divorce iult of Mary Dempsey against James Dempsey was dismissed at plaintiff's cost. Rer. F C. Coolbaugh is entertaining Prof. W. L. Woodbury, of the Howe military academy. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Talbott will be the guests of Mrs. C. M. McNltt of Race street Christmas, Walter Dederick, of the Bridge City Candy company, will spend Christmas at Fort Wayne. Miss Nellie Sbanton is up from the seminary at Lexington, Ky., to spend the holidays with her parents. Mrs. Jordan Hecht and children are at Peoria, Ills., where they will spend the holidays with relatives. Wby 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. Wm. Burtis, of this city, has purchased Mrs. Berry's farm near Lake Cicott, the latter removing to Lo- ganaport. Carl Green, who has been attending Purdue university, returned home yesterday to spend the holidays with his parents. A saw mill will probably be located on the Loree farm west of Anoka, as the timber Is to be cut off and worked up. Henry F. Hanna has been granted a divorce from Jennie E. Hanna, who resides at Fairfteld, Ohio. Plaintiff resides in this city. Dressed poultry—turkeys, geese, ducks and cticks—everything in the poultry Hue, also rabbits, at Abe Stern's, Market street. Only one day left for Christmas purchases, but plenty of time yet if you but select from our immense stoct.—Taylor jeweler. The pardon yesterday of William E. Burr, jr., of St. Louis, makes the fourteenth bank embezzler pardoned by President McKinley since he took his office. Quite a number of friends from Anoka assisted Rev. G. W. Lambert In celebrating his 53d birthday, a few days ago, at his home on the Northside. Lake Cicott is frozen over, the ice being nearly six inches thick. The Panhandle company will commence cutting ice there soon. If the weather continues cold. Miss Arathusa Elliott, of 927 North street, will entertain company Wednesday In honor of her guests, Miss Clyde Winklebleck, of Chicago, and Mabel Osborne, of Frankfort. The fact has just been made public that some ten days ago a girl of eight years, living with the family of John Flock, at Royal Centre, was criminally assaulted. A boy of four- H mj OOQS New Pills Stimulate tlie stomacn. rouse the liver, cure biliousness, headache, dizziness, eour stomach, constipation. tic. Price 25 rents. Sold »r MI The only fills Co tak* wiUj Uixtl't S*rmp»nll». Store, Cor. Market, 5th. and Erie, teen Is suspected of being the assail ant, Jas. W. Spencer has been licensed , to wed Sarah C. Fisher. Miss Alta Medaris is at Brookston to spend the holidays with his parents. Religious revivals are being beldj In many country churches of tbisi county. I The Baptist church at Royal Centre has extended a call to Rev. S. M. Cramblet, of joshen. Mrs. J. C. Cline left thts morning for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. L. A. Peters, of Milwaukee. Liewis Bunker, of the Vandalls round house, fell ye'sterday and sprained his knee severely. Frank Bligh and Will A. Herrmann bave returned from Notre Dame, South Bend, for the holidays. Mr. and Mr». George Lemon, of Lake Cicott, are spending the boll- days with relatives at Sheldon, Ills. Make up your mind to buy an overcoat cheap or you wont buy them. Go so the New Otto and realise your deilre. Wabash Times: "Miss Alioe Parmenter hag returned from a brief visit with relatives and friends at Logansport." The Central Union compiny now has telephone connections with Lake Cicott, the instrument being ID S. P. Lontz'g store. Master Oscar Grnbb had BO far recovered yesterday that he was able to return to Lafayette with bis mother, Mrs. William Grubb. Rer. Stone, a returned missionary from India, will speak at the Broadway M. E. church Sunday evening at 7 o'clock, on India and her people. Mrs. J. W. Falrman and daughters, Daisy and Ida, of 1400 High street, will spend Cnristmaa with Mr. and Mrs. John W. Graves, of Lafayette. Miss Clara Ssmans is home from the Northwestern university at Chicago to spend the holidays with her parents, Rev. and Mrs.E. L. Semans. Dr. Amos C. Hall, formerly of this city, now a leading physician of Chicago, was in the city last night, a guest of bis old friend, J, P. Sebastian. V. B. Jenks, father of A, P.Jenks, is 82 years old and enjoys splendid health, which he attributes to careful living, good sleep and outdoor exercises. W. B. Parkin, formerly a passenger conductor on the Panhandle, with headquarters in this city, now holding a similar position on the C. B. & Q., with headquarters at Boone, la., was slightly injured !n a wreck which occurred last Saturday. The remains of Mis* Maggie Silence, who died last Tuesday morning at the home of Mr. Kuhn, on Linden avenue, were shipped to Star City yesterday morning, where the funeral was held at 10 a. m. today. Deceased's father lives at Star City. Some of the worst verbal "breaks" that are being made at the present time are in speaking of Trenton rock. One man calls it Trinity rock and there are other names applied. A hardware merchant tells of a lady who came Into his store a few days ago and asked to see a granulated tea kettle. State Superintendent Geeting Is advocating a reduction In the number of country schools. He says by consolidating the districts longer terms can be given and higher branches taught. He claims that bicycles, pike roads and trolly lines make It easy matter for children to go a long distance to school. Cold Feet. Are not known If you use a heater sold by Henry Tucker. Pure vegetable colors and fine flavors for candles at Fisher's, druggist. Special Sale This Stand 39c Here is a well made and fioisk- ed 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. Se« them in our Erie street wi»dow. THE NEW CO.VMERCIAL SCHOOL Genuine Offloe and] BuilnM the day of entrance. Logansport Commercial High School. Up-todate. Thorough. Practical. Courtet— English, Commercial, Stenographic, Pen Art, Experienced Teachers Modern Method*, Thorough Work. Competent Bookkeeper* awl Stenographers furnished to Ruglneii Firm*. Logan^rt Commercial High 8cht*l. Over 321-323-3i5 Fourth Streets, J. W. Hook. M. W. Murphy, .Associate Principals. O14 Phone 184. If You Want lobe in the Swim, You had better le HOOLEY -Make Y»wr— Fall Suit Or Overcoat He will Fit You When all other* friL DELICATESSEN FINE 407 Market street in room former!/ W by Leyaniport Will Paper 0». Gunther'i Confectionery, Charlotte Busifl. Hi Tar lam QreBn, Wine Jellies, Chocolate Bolalca. Party Sheila. B'g KfMea, Bickorynut Macaroon*. Almond Hno«roona, Walnut Macaroont, Cnooanat Macaroon*, Vanl la W«fcr». JeUr Ttartt. Cream Pttffg, Fruitcake, Gold and Silver Bod. Lemon Maraogue Ple«. Frank K. Lloyd, Smoke the Columbia cigar Pastry Cook at tbe Barnett mad bnwlK lor Un put five year*. PBT- We have contracted to fnrnfch •!! Pastry aod See*" tor tbe abore hotel*. Telephone 288 Kutual. BANKRUPTSHOE 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. Ladies' shoes 890 Misses shoes 690 Child's shoes 350 Ladies' shoes 990 Misses shoes 890 Child's shoes 490 Ladies' shoes $1.23 Misses shoes 99c 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 Shoes $1.89* This is your Chance to buy GOOD SHOES for the price of Cheap Ones. M. WALDEN.

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