Mai. Office of "THE HUB" Cloth Co., 309 and 311 Market St. Philadelphia, Pa AN.M'AL MEETLV6 to Those 500 suits we sent you ten days ago sell at $12.00 and $15 00 'respectfully— and are / Or the Indian* School Teachers to Convene Tomorrow at Indianapolis. The annual meeting of the teachers of Indiana in Indianapolis begins tomorrow. The first session of tbe well worth $15 00 to $18.00, you will now mark them to j general association will be held at 8 sell at $1000 and $12 00 until the entire lots are closed omt. Very respectfully, THE HUB. tgram. The association is divided I into a larger number of sections for ADDITIONAL ITEMS. . B Hill, of Blocmiogton, preparing to locate la this Here is a Chance for You Christmas Shoppers. WE'RE ALWAYS AFTER BUSINESS ^ Aid we generally get it. New customers come to us, old ones, «*Me fcack. Why is this. In the first place what we advertise is so •ever exaggerate. When we do have a good thing, however, we Dr. H Ind., Is city. Buck Farrell of Indianapolis spent Sunday In the city, a guest of David Maurice. John Mahoney Is up from Memphis, o'clock on Tuesday evening, Dec. 23. j spending the holidays with relatives The Idea of differentiation still pre-^and friends. vails with those who make the pro-j Frankfort Crescent: "Miss Lillle Brown Is at home from a visit with friends at Logansport." Mr. and Mrs. James Glare of Cincinnati are the guests of Mrs. E, A. Hunt of east Broadway. this year's meeting than ever before. Tne general association and all sections will meet capitol building. In the state The general Mrs. E. J. Mahoney of Indianapo- association will be In session Tuesday ]j s w m gp end a week with Miss Kit I Wednesday and Thursday; the Eng-j Connaughton of this city. lish section will meet rri '^^<^' *"* «-••- —- •Wednesday; the high g . oat it in * half harted way .Transactions here are based on facts, tfcey don't depend on ifs and maybes. Now it happens that for the mext tw« weeks, the above bargains will sparkle as long as those suits will kold out. Op-to-dftte. We have given away over 200 of those handsome *t an* Hat Racks, and every purchaser of |20 00 cash will be pre- it*4 witk one, this offer holds good until Jan. 1st. Wit* Every Boy'i Suit—Short Kn«e Panto Sultf JUik free. a handioHe Saving THE HUB. Frank's Old Stand. Logansport, Ind. iDR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth uid Broadwar •etephone No Oaoe MS, reiidenoe MS Kroeger & Strain. UNDKRTAKHRS <3aJli »romptlT attended to Day or Night, <18 Broadway. TBLHFHONB — Offloe, St. Kroeger, 19 ttraia. M. BETH M.YELSEY Private Money to Loan No Delay- C- 0- HEFFLEY, •Insurance and Loans. «OH Forth Street. QITY TyO»n» Money at I per cent. •llaicei Abstracts and XVrit«3 Fire. Tornado and l»l»tt> 31x88 Insurance. W. J. Barnett, succor to c.i, won. Undertaker, Erabalraer •ad Funeral Director. «7 Market street- Calls attended day or nlpht. The t«e«t outfit in the U. S. Col. C. I». V\ oil, will remain with me. Offloe lfl - Residence-Mutual' ^-.o. u. i». When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GOTO- F H. Wipperman, W«;Fowrtfc Street Opp. Court Route Rntranoe. GEORGE W. RODEFER. 4teal Estate, Loans. Boiwrht.Soldor'RxohatiKttd. Money to loan on mortgage or penonal aocurtty. Call on me «r wrlM to me at No. SI Bel Hirer »'«nuo,east ••d of Market itr«et brld/re. gANLEY & SHANAHAN. Buy and Sell Second Hand Goods. Oive K* a 3«K. 909 6th itreet New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices . . . W. F, Cuaptell'B Old D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET Upstair* over Bruggeman'a Millinery Store. Buy your shoes at Walden'a bankrupt shoe sale. Mrs. Stetner, of Toledo, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. M. J. Fisher. Profs. Steinhart and McMillen will go to Peru tonight t,o play for a granc) I bail. •Toe Ladies' Physical Culture club met this afternoon at the G. A. E. hall. Miss Mabel Bosenberger o? Colfax is visiting Miss Mame Farrell of the Eastend. Mrs. E. C. Matchett and mother, of Kansas City, are visiting Miss Jennie Dawes. Miss Nellie Gleason of Peru soent Christmas with Miss Cora Bowman of Linden avenue. Mrs. Ell Ureenafelder and two daughters returned today from a visit with relatives at Terre Haute. Mrs. A. Oppenhelmer, of Fort Wayne, is a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Wller, on Broadway. Terre Haute Express. "Mrs. Prof. Gardner and children, of 412 Chestnut street, are spending the holidays at Logansport." The young daughter of David Pow- Jen, the Sycamore street grocer, who was critically ill, Is now thought to be out of danger. Christmas eve the members ot the Cumberland Presbyterian church presented their pastor, Eev. McDonald, with a $10 gold piece. Fofrrent, house on Fourth st., half block from court house, 7 rooms, gas electric light and water. Enquire of A. Richardson, 315 Fifth street. Don't forget the grand ball to be given by the Eastend Pleasure club at Dolan & McHale's hall on New Year's eve, Friday evening, December 31. A grand time Is assured. The big industrial concern, which is willing to remove from Chicago to Logansport, If the proper inducements are given, is also negotiating with Terre Haute, Lafayette, Ham- Tuesday and sct.ool section Wednesday, tbe music section Wednesday and Thursday, the classical section Tuesday, and primary section Wednesday, the mathematical section Thursday, the elocutionists' ("band readers") section Thursday and Friday, the child study section Thursday, the county superIntendents 1 section Tuesday and Wednesday, the Indiana academy .of science Wednesday and Thursday, the library section Wed- neiday and Thursday nod the college association Taesdar and Wednesday. R. A. Ogg, of Greencastle, Is dent of the association. A number of Logansport teachers went to Indianapolis today to remain a portion of tbe week. IT THE OPERA HOUSE. Twaorrow Night Will be Presented "The Girl From Paris." No production for many years has achieved the tremendous success, financially and otherwise, as that which has been accorded to "The Girl From Paris" during lt» phenomenally long engagements In London and New York. It is one of those attractions which might be justly termed comlo opera, and practically Is such, with an exquisite score by Ivan Caryll, which includes many of the moat popular gonga now being sung In London and New Pork, and a book which has produced tbe nov? universally plagarlzed saying, '-It is to laugh'. 11 The, re-mark explains this greatest of Rice's productions. 1C is the most amusing piece of modern times. To interpret the burlesque Mr. | Rice has selected a company of or fifty people whose stt several branches of the theatrical profession is unquestionable. It is produced under the direction of Mr. Frank Smithson, who was secured from the Lyric and Avenue theatres of London, especlallv for the purpose. The dancing is under the charge of the famous maltre de ballet", H. Fletcher Rivers, while the orchestra is by Mr. Geo. Hayes, under the personal direction of Mr. A. M. Langstaff, leader of the noted Newport orchestra. , 0rt Fully 300 young people were skating on Eel river yesterday afternoon, making a very pretty sight. Patrolman George Houghton and wife are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Voorst of Chalmers. Miss Nora Hunt, who is attending school at Indianapolis, is visiting her mother, Mrs. E. A. Hunt of east Broadway. .George Bryer, of the Peru Journal, is in the city, spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Bryer. The Howard county Republican club has passed resolutions calling for a repeal or a modification of the civil service law. Hoosier Democrat, Flora: "Our old friend, ft, J. 01 ID gen peel, hai embarked in the real estate business at Logansport." P.ev. FatherKroeger was presented with a perpetual light lamp Christmas by the members of the Ladles of the B. V. sodality. Mrs. A. Hlrsob; who operated ft general merchandise store at Wlna- mac, made an assignment Christmas, owing to the dull times. Que Allen, Montgomery county's famous trotting stallion, was sold in a New York horse sale recently for 14,500. He was shipped to Vienna, Austria. For rent, newly painted, papered and varnished five-room cottage, near west Broadway and Wilkinson street, on street car line—Victor 15. Seller, at State bank. PF: &«orge McNeal, of M-JSmi county, WHS badly Tbe Christmas Dinner. Landlord Johnston, of the Johnston botel, served the usual elaborate dinner at that popular hostlery "on Christmas. The menu con«i9ted of all the good things found in the category of eatables. Land and sea were drawn upon to make food for his delighted' guests. - The variety of good things was even excelled by the manner In which they were prepared. The cooking was perfect. It was done under the Immediate supervision of Mr. Johnson. The spacious dining room of tbe hotel was well filled with guests and all were pleased with 1 the Christmas dinner. mood, Elkhart and Kalsmazoo, Mich. The city that offers the best terms will doubtless secure the plum. Dndley Gets Revenge. A telegram from Washington suys that Samuel Myers, of Eockport, Ind., has been dismissed from the government printing office through the efforts of Col. W. W. Dudley, «i- comml^sloner ot pensions. It was Myers who gave tc the press in 1888 the letter of Dudley, in which he Instructed Republican committeemen In Indiana to buy up the floating voters and vote them in "Blocks of Five." Dudley takes his first opportunity for revenge by securing Myers' discharge by the McKlnley admlnis- >' tration. ! Miami, burned about the bead and face while impersonating Santa Glaus at a Christmas entertainment. "Open house' 1 will be kept at the 3"!nbhelr home gt Dt Cl • rus Mce, No. 1005 l51ii.i-.« 'Market street, on New Year's day, from 2 to 6, by Misses N. Justice, Moore, Taggart, Boyer and Donaldson. While many county fairs throughout tne state ate being abandoned, the success of the Lafayette fair has been so uniform that arrangements are already being made for next season. The dance given at Dolan & McHale's hall, Saturday night, by the Citizen's band, was well attended. A crowd of hoodlums, who attempted to annoy the party, were dispersed by the police. As evidencing that natural gas is not seriously failing, a well has been drilled east ot Kokomo for J. M. Leach & Co. with a capacity of 4,000,000 cubic feet a day. It equals any well BO far drilled in the Kokomo field. The newly-eleeted officers of St. John's commandery, Knights Templar, will be installed next Monday evening at the Masonic temple, after which a banquet will be served. A number of outsiders have been invited to attend the ceremony. The Indiana Woman, a handsome weekly illustrated publication at Indianapolis, (fives in its last issue a neat write-up of the Woman's club, of Logansport. It notes the fact that the club la aiming to lay aside all manuscripts at Its meeting and to employ oral methods in the delivery of papers and treatment of subjects under consideration. This plan develops among the members th« art of free expression in public, one "of the greatest benefits probably that results from club work. The paper prints in connection with its article, half-tone pictures and sketches of Mrs. John B. Winters, ex-president, and Mrs. John W. Barnes, president of the club. WomOut •wt »h« Found a Cure In Hood'«. "For two years I have been using Hood's Sarsaparilla when I needed a good medicine. I bad a tired tnd worn oat feeling, but Hood's Sarssparilla has accomplished a perfect cure. I believe Hood's to be the best Wood purifier." Mres CABBIE D. KLIXE, Brook. Indiana. _ Sarsa- S parilla THe best — in fact tlie One True Blood Purifier. THB New Farnto Sort, Cor. Market, 5th. And Krio. Hood Hood's Pi!l» cure constipation, s ThejLocalJSewspaper. A good localgoewspaper—one that goes into the homes of the people who buy at home—beats the world as an advertising (medium. A hand bill attracts attention by accident. The newspaper carries your message to a waiting audience. The rail fence ad is a corpse that can be looked upon only by a few neighbors who have to go near it. The newspaper ad goes into the home and takes a seat in the family circle, and talks right to the hearts of thousands of people who pay their money for just that kind of entertainment. They love the family newspaper and read it with confidence. Nothing equals a good, live local paper when it comes to reaching the people.—Plymouth Evening News. Catholic Knights «f Aueric*. The annual election of officers of St. Matthew's Branch, No. 503, C. K, of A.,occurred yesterday with the following result: Spiritual Director—Veay Eev. M. E. Campion. President—L. J. Beig. 1st Vice President—John Cough- lln. 2d Vice President — Thomai J. Welch. Recording Secretary—Charles Se- Legue, Financial Secretary—John J. McCabe. Treasurer—Qwen Pollen. Seargeant-.a,t-Arms—Wm. Whitehead, Sentinel—Gustavo Mehrle. Trustee, 3 years—John E. Irwin. Orient ' Officers. On Fr'i^y evenng rient lodge No. 272, Free and Accepted Masons, elected the following officers: W. M,— Wm. W. Hilton. S. W.— S- H, MoDtfort, J. W —Marion Swadener. Treasure'I^Jos, £• Linville. Secretary— Join *~, Wood. S. D. Jesse Stake?. J. D.— Cbas. B. Enyart. S. S.— Wm. C. Fischer. J. S —James H. Wise. Tyfer— Robert Burkit. Trustee (three years)— Dudley Chase. The newly elected officers will be installed this evening. The Ice Harvest. The ice harvest was begun thl morning by Chris Jeannerette and G A. Schaefer, local agent of the In dlanapolis Brewing company. The Ice is from six and a half to seven inches thick and the quality could not be better. H. Special Sale This Stand 39c Here is a well made and £ tusked stand., the small stores sell from 50 to 75 cents. The "Big Store* will eell them Saturday and JC»»day for only 39> cents each. See them in oar Erie strwt wi»d«w. THE NEW COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Genuine Offloe and] BuilnMI the day of entrance. Logansport Commercial High Thorough. Praottoal. , Commercial, Stenographic, Pen AM, Experienced Teachers Modern Method*, Thorough Work. Competent Bookkeeper* »•* Stenographers turnuhed to Buttneii Flinvi, Lngangport Commercial High &ck»ol. Over 321-323-3-J5 Fourth Streets, J. W. Ho»t M. W. Murpbj-, Associate Priaoipali. OM Phone 184. | If Smoke the Columbia cigar Into the Block on Pearl street, formerly occupied by Harry Tucker wWe you are invited to call and see a fine line of Winter Woolens For Suitings and Over. coatings that cannot be beat. W H fratiT Merchant . u. traig, Tailor Pearl StNext to Dr. Bell's Office. You, Want e in]the Swim You had t*tUr Je HOOLEY »•< — M«k« Y»ur— FaU Suit Or Overcoat \ He will Fit T*« When all otfaen fciL 'T DELICATESSEN FINE Briery aod itestaonuit 407 Market ttmet la room by Legani port W*ll Papei Oanther't OonfscU Charlotte BUMS, H< Wine Jelltet, Chocolate Patty Shell*. K*g K!MM Hiokorrnut Macaroon*, Almond M«mrooni, Walnut Macaroon*, Ccooaout Macaroon*. Vaoi la Wa£«n. foil Cream Puflh, Fruit _. Gold and Silver Bid. Lemon Karangue Pic*. Frank K. Lloyd, . Oook at the Btroett otels lor Lke paat ore rear*. 3^"We have contracted to 'iMtry aod Brett tor the abow Telephone 288 Mutual. 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, Ladies'shoes 890 Misses shoes 6pc Child's shoes 350 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 $i. 19. Child's shoes 890. $4 Ladies' Fine Shoes $2=48. Splendid Shoes for Boys 98c. S3.OO Ladies's Sfioes $1.80. ", Thisjs your Chance to buy GOOD SHOES for the price of Cheap M. WALDEN.
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