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April 9, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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'^•V*X'?-V-.*:?:?W Wliat a Woman "^ *^ She can buy all-wool Henriettas worth 50c for She can buy fine novelty dress goods worth 85c and 90c for She can buy Broadcloth for a spring cape at half price. She can save money on all kinds of Dry Goods at the Bankrupt Sale of the GOLDEN RULE. W. D, PRATT, Trustee. FOOLESONO BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers INSPECTED OUR PLANT. And Retail Dealers in JFURNITURE Of-all Kinds and UPHOLSTERING. 424 BROftDWrtY, Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night. Phone No »9. THE FINEST LINE DAILY JOURNAL OF SPRING SUITINGS To be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY Floor. Justice Block. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 9. KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, G13 Broadway. WANTED! REALnESTATE. "Wanted, Cheap Cottages Tor Sale. "Wanted Lots and Acres For Sale, i Wonted Small farm* For Sale. ,Wanted Business Blocks For Sale. • ' TFontod to Exchange Farms foe City ttopertr. •Tantad Mf relmndlae «o Trad«;ror Farms. DDRE33 M. .11. GORDON. Sprr Block Lopuwport, Indian*. OR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Overstate National iBank, Logansport, Ind. Long, Liver fl. E. TRUAX, M. D.. . Special attention tfven to Now, «ed Chronic Dls&uei. • OBo* and Residence owr Stats National Bank, loon 10to 12 .m.,2to4p.m.,and7 to8 p.m. ill Mils promptly attended. D OJLANH OPKRA HOCBK. S. B. PATTKBSON, PEERLESS CONCERT BAND. 5* Eminent Muildams A MRItlCA'M XA.KCM KINGt, .JOHN PHILIP SOUSA, Conductor. — 1SSISTTO BT— 2 CHAR .111X6 Jllim ill «KIK B«RWAKD. Soprano. Him CCHKIE D1TKK. VlOllQ&t. 8 I OFSA'S OTJL TIRRINe M ATCHLESS A6KNETIC ARCHES. MICIS, < 1st floor 11. (Balccnj 50c,' Brati on saleSttuidaj mominf. Go hear the great Sousa band tonight. Natural gas bills for April now due and payable. I. N. Cash lost a good horse Sunday might by death. Don't miss the great Souea's Band tonight at the opera house. Telephone No. 173 has been put in at the Logansport wall paper Co.'s store. Confirmation suits at extremely low prices and new styles at Harry Frank's. Mra. Catherine MoClaln was yesterday taken to Long Cliff hospital for the Insane. Natural gas billa for April now due and payable at the company's office on Pearl street. J. J. yelderberger has taken a position with M. McCaffrey & Co. on Market street. Chas, Sellgue formerly with J. D. Taylor, will soonjopen a repair shop in Johnston's drug store. The regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held at 2:30 p. m., today at the Home for the Friendless. The Pooahontas degree, an auxiliary to the Red Men, admitting ladies will be organized Thuriday evening In Loganaport. F. B. Lutman la having three new wagons built for the work of trans, f erring the U. S. mails. His contract begins July lat. Children's junior, reefer suits and all the latest norehlei of the season at Harry Frank's In great variety and all prices from $1.75 up. J. C. Sohubaok, lately employed as driver of the U. S. mall wagon, has resigned that position to accept a place with Krceger & Strain. Mrs. Sarah Robinson, aged 49 yeara, died Saturday at Long Cliff hospital, of perltooltli. The remains were laid to rest at the hospital burial grounds. A suit has been entered agalnat the itookboldsri of the Indiana Live Stock Co.. by Chaa. P. Darby, who claims $125 on an alleged due and unpaid policy. Joseph Stumbaugh waa yeiterday Indicted by the grand jury on a charge of larceny. He had before been In. dieted with Lewis Porter. Two bridges over the Sheeta ditch were Saturday accepted by the county commissioners. Uhl & McNltt were the contractors, and they received for the work $7*9.50. The Ladles' Auxiliary of the B. of R. T. are arranging to serve supper at the home of Mrs. Samuel Henderson, No. 17 Fourteenth street on Wednes day, April 10th. Price 10 cents. Everybody cordially Invited. John A. McGreevy and Mlaa Anna Alber were called at St. Joseph's church Sunday. The wedding will occur April 24th. Mr. McGreery Urea near Clymers and Mlaa Alber la a> realdent of Burrow*. The Senior Cl>n> In Mechanic*) of Purdue University Croea Through the City Light WorkH. The senior mechanical claea of Purdue university, seven In number, headed by Professor J. J. Slather, vieited Lopansport Saturday afternoon. Chairman S. B. Boyer of the electric light committee showed the thireters after practical knowledge in the electrical Hne through the spark factory owned by the City of Bridges. The students of higher mechanics were an intelligent looking lot of young: men, and though full of life and the usual college spirits they were too much interested in the workings of the model electric plant to give thought to outside matters. They left for home early Sunday morning, much pleased with Logansport and with the polite treatment shown them by the managers and attaches of the electric light works. Leon McAllister assisted in the entertainment of the Purdue boys, and it was in part through correspondence with him that the visit was arranged Item* of a Personal. Charaetci Con- cento* L,oc*iiMporttr0 and Their Friends. In the city yesterday: Dr. Reed of Idaville. Harry Barr of Red Key- Mrs. L. L. Reed of Elwood. William Glllesple of Gordon. A. B. Coleman of Remington. Bert Van Voorst of Monticello. G. W. BUhopp, jr., of Walton. A. R. Wooda and wife of Kokomo, C. B. Abshlre and wife of Munole. S. P. Lontz and wife of Lake Cicott. Sol Allman and Jai. Westerman of Marion. V. O, Irvine and Mra. S. E. Brown of Peru. Geo Graf spent Sunday In Peru. Clarence McKaevsr spent Sunday In darion. Jack Hayes came in yesterday from Jollet, 111. Mrs. Foglesong returned Sunday from Lucerne.' August Hall of Delphi is viaiting his brother, Frank Hall. MIRflGLES Have Come Again. Impossibilities become Possibilities and the world looks on in wonder and astonishment, while we close our eyes to loss, and sacrifice our legitmate profits. ( We are unable to get possession of our new store in time, and in order to save labor, we will slaughter OUR ENTIRE STOCK Prior to Removal. Children's gaits from OSc up ilen's Cheviot suits from $5 up Children's pants, 25o Boy's Suits, long pants, from $3 up Men and Boy's long pants, 50c Men's ribbed shirts anddrawers, 35c Jfotlce to Ice f onHniuerg and the Fab* lie in General. We have two enterprising Ice men in this city who have labored hard in the laat (our or five years trying to accommodate our people with ice. They have the beet ice (hat was ever harvested in Indiana. Now a million, alre from Indianapolis is trying to break up the trade so they cau't make running expenses. Messrs. Bakor and Jeannerotte gave at least 150 men work last winter cutting ice for some weeks. That money all staid at home and helped the poor man. While they were cutting ice many poor men begged them for work to keep their families from starving, while the Indianapolis millionaire shipped about '200 or 800 hoboae or Dagos from Indianapolis to. Maxlnkuckee to out his Ice. I say patronize home first. JOHN B. BAKER. The Petit Jury. The following men will be expected to report Wednesday ' morning for duty as petit jurors: Wilson Searight, Samuel Caw. Geo. Galloway, Peter Wakefus, Herman Martin, William Backus, John W. Rudolph, Jacob Zlm. merman, Teirenoe MoGovern, Morgan Conn, David Clymer, John Michaels, They strolled along the broad parade, John Jones and pretty Miss Maria. • 'Your teeth are awful. John," she said; "Why don't you buy the beautifier? See mine! How white! Yes, 'tis my wont To polish them with SOZODONT." THE PKOPER THING TO DO Is to go to Filling's Shoe House This Week for Tour Skoes.—Special Bargains for all Mankind.—3 Don't Miss Them. I am determined to make the coming week the Banner Week for the Sptlnff. We want to sell more Shoes than we have ever sold in one week before. We shall not attempt to quote you prices, we hare too nany kinds. But will say that every man, woman and child that buy shoes of us shall have a bargain. Our shoes are all marked in plain figures, and it is generally conceded that Lino Filling's 'fine shoes are the best fitting and the latest style lasts that the market affords. We fit your feet and your pooket-book. ICene 1 shoes 85 cents to $6.00; Ladies' shoes 85 cents to $5: Baby shoes 19 eents to $1.50; Boys' shoes 75 oemts to $a All kinds of shoes at all kinds of prices. FILLING, The Shoe.Man, 413 Broadway. Columbia Bicycles. Call and see them. Prices, $50, |6t, $80 and $100, We want everybody to see the new Columbia wheels. None better and few as good. For sale by LINC W. PII&IN&, Shoe House, 413 Bdw., Logtmaport. Mrs. J. J. Campbell ie visiting her sister in Huntington. Mies Lillian Clary goes to Winamac today for a short stay. Homer Winklebleok is down from Chicago for a few days. 'jack Hayes of Jollet, 111,, is visiting in the city for a few days. Miss Amelia Strecker is at Eokomo visiting friends thia week. The Rev. H. J. Norrls was at Union City the guest of his brother. Lew Klstler of Rochester waa calk ing on friends here yesterday. James Nelson is home from Culver Academy for a few days' visit. E. L. Goldthalt of the Marlon Chronicle was in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baker are at Rochester visiting relatives this week. Wilbur Winters returned yeiterday from a several days' visit in Eokomo. Geo. W. Truesdell, of Jackson, Mich., was the guests of friends Sunday, Al Anderson andgfamily entertained his father, James M. Anderson of New Waverly. Prof. Borger of the Lafayette Military Band was calling on friends in the city yesterday. Mlaa Amelia Butterworth left for Indianapolis yesterday to attend the funeral of her cousin. • H. B. Little leaves for the west to- mo'rro'w on a tour in the interoats of the Chicago art studio. George Hadley will return tomorrow to Wabaah college at Crawfordsvllle after a week's vacation. John Norton of the West Side, was called to Monticello yesterday by the serious Illness of his slater. Mrs. Raymond Thompson and child, of Chicago, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mra. D. C. Justice. S. M. McCoy, of Hoover, is in the cUy attending the bedside.of. his daughter, Mrs. T. P. Swigart. John Bowman has gone to Peru to take up his position of chief cook 'with the dining room oar of Wallace's eircus. Will Gleaaon, John Shilling, Tom Murphy and Ed Halpln of Lafayette were the guests of Miss Maggie Halpln over Sunday. Mrs. J. M. Garrell of Fort Wayne returned to her home yesterday after a visit with her daughter, Mra. F, D. Wright in this city. Peru Chronicle: Miss Daiay Gevea went to Logansport thia morning to remain over Sunday the guests of Mlasea Emma and Alice Rosa. Charley Green has returned from Engliah Lake, where he has been on a hunting trip. He had good luck and came home loaded with game. S. L. Eneminger, Theodore M. Mechan, M. V. Weat and T. E. Nolan, of Crawfordavllle, were In attendance at the K. of P.,meeting last night. Hon. Geo. W. Steele, E. H. Johnson and George Westerman of Marion, were here yesterday on their way to Morocco, Ind.. on a hunting expedition. Harry Phllllpi and Kid Stevens of Columbus, O., were In the city Sunday visiting with George Long on their way to join Singling Bros.C circua at Chicago. Huntington Herald: Prof. Wm. Steinhart of Logansport who doea piano tuning quite extensively in tola olty, discoursed some very fine violin muaic at John & Son's mualc store lait night. A New Line of Hats! And capa' neckwear and gloves just received and all go at Slaughter Prices. Can you ask for a more Opportune Opportunity? HARRY FRANK, TO BE, SURE,. ALL THE LATEST1STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4i8 Market St. IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN. It'will pay you to be partioular as to whose seeds you buy. We are now in the market with a fall line of Landreth's seeds for the season of 1805, and I wish to say to the gardeners aad others using seeds, that while Landreth's seeds may be a little higher price then some others they are always fresh, clean and true to name, and as we handle no other seeds except those grown by Landreth & Sons of Philadelphia our customers may rely on (jetting nothing bat the very best. I believe that the cost of the seeds is nothing compared to the crop, and when a person has the trouble to put out a garden, he should use nothing but the very best, We handled Landreth's seeds for four years and have never heard a single complaint; in fact, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them perfect in ever particular, and as an evidence of this fact, we have almost the entire trade of all the gardeners around Logansport as well as many from a distance. Our trade has increased on this partioular line of goods more than tenfold since we have been in the business? We also have a full line of garden tools and field seeds. Remember that the firm of Landreth & Sons has been 115 years in the occupation of seed growing. . George Harrison. 617, 623 Broadway. 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. PIERCE, THE TAILOR. •10 BBOADWAT. First Crane of the Seaaou. The bate ball saaaon opened at the Driving park Sunday with a game by the Logansport club and the machinist 1 1 nine. At the close the score atood Logftnaport ig, M»chlniit» 8. See The Specialists For cnronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method th»t hM given wonderful results. Don't forget that their vapor treatment for all Chronic Long Troubles geta the remedies to the diseased spots and corea wheat everything else fail*. Call ard investigate anyway. It coaU you nothing for consultation, Drs. Christopher & Longenecker, AtiTHe Medical land SunjlcaljlJistltute.S 417 Market St. - - Logansport. Indf

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