Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 29, 1897 · Page 19
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Christmas is past, but it is still "Snowing" bargains at "THE HUB " The Up-to date Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers. Keep Your Eye on this Space THE HUB Harry Frank's Old Stand, 3*13 Fourth St. An Addition*! Endowment of 1100,000 fur Franklin. The educational board of the Indiana Baptist convention with one hundred laymen and ministers of Indianapolis aod vicinity met at the house of D. M, Parry, at Indianapolis, last I week. The general work of the denomination on educational lines was reviewed, showing the eodowment and .educational equipment at Franfe- !lin amounting to 1360,000. iThis has been accumulated i since 1872. There have not only 1 been contributions to this amount, I but growth in educational idea?, so that the demands on the denomination are much larger In view of the growth and the greater demands it was thought there should be an advance step, and Dy a unanimous vote it was decided to appoint a committee of layman to co-operate with the educational ooard In the movement to add another $100,000 to the present funds. It is also proposed to erect a fire proof building for library and cabinet uses. The plans contemplate progressive activity on educational lines for the Baptists of Indiana Among their constituency they counted over some DR. F. M. BOZER'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Corner of Fourth and Broadw»T 863, residence 943 Kroeger & Strain. UNDKRTAKRR8 T1LBPHONB - Offloe. ttraln. M. or t». Kroeger, SETH M.VELSEY Private Money to Loan No Delay- C- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. •20S Fourth Street. OITV NRWS. Stevens is visiting at Loans Money at 6 per cent. Makes Abstracts and Writes Fire. Tornado acd Plato Glass Insurance. WoU - W.J. Barnett, Undertaker, Embalraer tad Funeral Director. wBl remain with me DU ««o Office r*nones 16. Residence-Mutual u. IBB. When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN -GOTO- F H. Wipperman, KM ;»ourtfc Street OPP- Court Hou«e Entrance. GEORGE W. RODEFEB. at Walden's bank- Mrs. Clarence Jones is reported sick. Miss Edna Stevens is at Indianapolis visiting friends. James Martin, son of Charles Martin, is on the sick list. Mrs. John A. Linton is at Indianapolis visiting relatives. D;inlei Taggart and daughter have returned from Indianapolis. MissThEsla Elliott will entertain a party of young folks tonight. Mrs. H.'L. Mueller and daughter, Echo, have returned from Lafayette. Walter Thompson, of Helvie & Sellers' clothing store,is on the sick list. Charles Richardson, of Indianapolis, is visiting old friends in the city Mr. Phipps was the guest of honor at a party eiven at Rochester Saturday night. Miss Louie Smith has returned fro a a visit at Muocie with Miss May Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Singer have returned from Kewanna, where they visited his father. Lewis Bunker, of the Vandalia shops, who was injured some time ago, is on duty again. Kokomo Tribune: "Miss Lucille constituency they counted over some Kokomo Tribune: -SUBS uuunn of the leading bankers, merchants,' g a u i a entertaining Miss Sarah Ma manufacturers an3 professional men of the state. STATE EXA.JH3ER The Home of Hood 1 * Sarsaparilla- A Wonderful Cure. " A swelling as big as a large marble came under my tongue. Physicians said it was a semi-transparent tumor and must be operated upon. I felt I could not stand it, and as spring came began to take my favorite spring tonic, Hood's Sarsaparilla. The bunch gradually decreased and finally disappeared. I have had BO sign of its return. I am glad to praise Hood's Sarsaparilla." MRS. H. M. COBTJBN', 8 Union St., Lowell, Mass. Get HOOD'S. Hood's Pills cure Sick Headache. 25C. BEAL ESTATE TKASSFEBh. Real*Estate, Loans. rmvvfv BoiurktSoldorKxchanired. Moneyto Loan en mortnge or personal Bocnrity. Cau on roe «r writ* to me at No. SIKel River »v«me,ea« md ot Market itreet brKUre. & SHANAHAN. Buy and Sell Second Hand Goods. Or»e ui a saU. 909 6th itreet FURNFTURR New and Second Hand at Reduced Prices . . . W. F, Ol* »t»»<l D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, MARKET STREET Miss Edna Indianapolis. Buy your shoes rupt shoe sale. Judge T. J. Tuley has returned from a visit with his daughter at Edinburg. The Elite Mandolin club will play at the Masonic temple tonight for the charity ball. Miss Mae Warnick, of the Trade Pnlace, has resumed her position, after a brief illness. Miss Alice Mabln, of Mexico, will be the guest of Miss Nina Justice next Friday afternoon. Miss Anna Marshall, of Indianapolis, is the guest of Miss Maude McNitt, of 901 Race street. 15 cents will buy a drink of Golden Wedding rye, eleven years old, 116 per cent proof, at McHale's. The colored Odd Fellows will entertain all Odd Fellows in the city at a 5 o'clock dinner this evening. Mr. W. T. Gifts went to Indianapolis this morning to read a paper before the Stats Teachers' association. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Griffith of Indianapolis will be the guests of their uncle, Dr. Cady, daring the remainder of the week. Dr. L. D. Snyder, of Onward, has gone to Pine Ridge agency, South Dakota, to take the position of government Indian physician. John 0. Kratzer, the wealthy jeweler at Peru, died yesterday, aged 64 years. He had been In the jewelry business there for 47 years. The new continued atory, "Abducted by John the Baptist," begins in today's Pharos. It is well-written and will interest every lover of good fiction. The Indianapolis Sun. in mention- Ing the name of John J. Hlldebrandt for state fish commissioner in case of the resignation of Rev. Sweeney, says- " Big John 1 has made more ar- Firtr* Snch an Officer to Examine County Records . H. Ernst, the expert bookkeeper, of Blnflton, who secured the conviction of certain officials at Auburn for embezzlement, favors the establishing of the office of state ex- anilner, He has had much experience in the bookkeeping of various counties, and is of the opinion that it would be a good idea to create a state office and elect or appoint a state ezamlner. whose duties would require him to visit every county and establish a uniform system of bookkeeping. At the same time the examiner could investigate the records aod see that no crooked work was being carried on, Mr. Ernst says there is a good deal of very crude bookkeeping in many county offices in the state, and that there is room for improvement in almost every county. With a competent examiner, such as he suggests, there would not only be a uniform system of keeping the books, but the fees could also be made uniform. Crowded With Lunatics. Delphi Times: "The northern Indiana hospital for the insane at Logansport i's said to be full, every foot of space that can be used for the accommodation of patients being occu pied Dr. Rogers has notified county clerks throughout the state that the local authorities must take care of their demented until vacancies occur. their aementea unm v>«.i;aui/ica ubuu*. Tbe asylum was never large enough for the territory and the population it was designed to serve, and a strong effort wlli be made at the next scs sion ot the general assembly to have an addition built. Blrthdaj Dinner. The event of the thirty-first birth day anniversary ot Harry Longwel was very fittingly celebrated yesterday. His wife, assisted by Mrs. Frank Mader, prepared dinner for the occasion aad a number ot invited guests were present. Mr. Lorgwell was the recipient ot a number of valuable presents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Whiteslde, of Battle Ground, and Mr. and Mrs. John Whiteslde, ot Galveston, were the out-of-town guests. House Borne*. About 6 o'clock last evening a one story frame house, owned by John Irwin, of the Sonthslde, and located in Shultztown, was burned to the ground. The house was occupied by O. W. Warner, a carpenter, who saved a portion of his household effects. The fire originated from a defective flue. The building was insured. chelle, of Lotransport." Landlord Keller, of the New Bar- aett, and wife, will leave tomorrow on a trip to New Orleans. Miss Sarah Knott of Lafayette is in the city, a guest of Miss Mamie Gallagher of the Southslde. August Hipskind and wife of Ws- bash are in the city. They came to attend the funeral of Otto Kraut. E. E. Schilling, of this city, is at Terre Haute, looking after a nuitable location for an ice cream factory. Alf L. Anderson and wife, of Goshen, who were visitors here over Jhristmas, went to Elwood Monday. Miss Mary Knight, of Fort Wayne, attended the German given last Monday by Miss Mary Bogers at Long- clifl hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Will Richardson entertained a party of friends at dinner yesterday in honor of Mrs. John W, kern, of Indianapolis. For rent, house on Fourth st., half block from court house, 7 rooms, gas electric light and water. Enquire of A. Richardson, 315 Fifth street. The officers of St. John's command- ery, Knights Templar, will be Installed at the Masonic temple next Monday night. The installation ceremonies will be followed by a ban- que'i. William Doe and L'lzzle Weaver were before the mayor yesterday morning, each charged with a plain drunk. The woman was told to go home, while .Doe was fined the usual amount, Mr, and Mrs. C.D.Maxwell and son and Miss Nettie Tucker, who were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Ouster during Christmas, have re- Reported for the Pharos by S«th ». Velser, Abstractor. Wm. G. Cook, trustee, to Mary M. Wyokoop—Lots 77, 78, 79, SO, 83, 84, So and 86, in Thompson & Hargrave's add, also n J of lot 21, Thomas E Thompson's add. il. James W. Sprinkle to Wm. E. Haoey—All of the e i of ne i of sec 13, also the sw } of nw J of sec 18, Jackson tp, containing 103 92-100 acres. $3,650. Wm. B. Ludwig^od Carolina*Ludwig to John D. Anderson—Part of sec 23, Harrison tp. $1. Wm. W. Haney and Louisiana Haney to Wm. P. Louthaln—W * of swjof sec 35, Eeltp; 80 acres. «2,500. Henry Chase to Wm. Chase—S * of so } of sec 22, Eel tp; 240 acrtis. $500. Daniel P. Baldwin and wife to Ellas Tarley -Lot 4 in sw Jjof sw } of sec 31, Deer Creek tp. $*0«. Frederick Behren to Jane Oonn— Part of lot 8 in Fred Behren's 1st add. I . John Anderson and Tina Anderson toWm. D. Ludwig—Part of sec 23, Harrison tp. 1375. - THE New Furntee Store, COR. MARKKV, 5th AND BRI* We Had Week's Blt-isiness Week. DEMOCRATIC MISS CONTENTION. Our trade last week was far beyond our expectations. We did an immense business, and feel proud of it. NOBODY ever went away from our store to buy a piece of furniture that they did not pay more for it than if they had bought it of us. YOU CAN buy goods more reasonable of u The New Store" than anywhere else. in THE NEW COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Genuine Offloe and) Buglnew Pr«oH«e fro* the day of ent;r«nco. turned to their home at Indianapolis; Theire was a very large attendance at the funeral of the late Otto Kraut, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kraut, held at 1:30 p. m, today from the German Lutheran church. The services were conducted by Bev. Tlr- menstine. Interment was made in Mt. Hope cemetery. TLe wedding of Mr. Bert Hunter, of "Richmond, and Miss Anna Banks, of this city, will occur this afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the home Smoke the Crlumbia cigar bride. Miss Banks wad formerly a resident of Richmond and has a large circle of friends there. Mr. Hunter is one of the trusted employes of the Panhandle railroad company. They will reside at Richmond. Huntinirton News-Democirat, yesterday: "Mrs. Joe Gusman went to Logansport this morning, to attend the bedside of her sister, who is reported critically 111.... Mrs. Paxton and mother, who have been guests of Mr, and Mrs. James Smith, returned to their homes in Logansport this afternoon The mother of Prof. John Renn, of the Lutheran schools, returned to her home in Logansport this afternoon after a short visit with her son here, She was accompanied 'by her son, who will return here tomorrow." Will be Held at Sorth Court Room City of Loitansporr, on January 8th. The Democratic voters of Cass county are hereby notified to meet at the north court room In ttes city of Logansport, on Saturday, January 8th, 1898, at 1 o.clockp. m.,!n masts convention to choose delegates to the Ele"enth district convention, to be held at Peru, on January 11 tb. Under the ratio of apportionment Cass county is entitled gto a representation of 24 delegates in the Peru convention. BENJ. F. LOUTHAIN, Chairman. Dem. Cen. Com. M. A. LITTLE, Secretary. Knights of Pythias. The following officers were elected last night by Bridge City lodge No. 305, Knights of Pythias: 0. C.—T. G. Porter. V. C.—Harry Denbo. Prelate—Henry C. Horst. M. A.—C. W. Grant. 1. G.—Julius Linnemac. 0. G.—C. B. Longwell. M. W.—Henry Baughman. K. of R. and S.—E. W. Kelley. M. of F.—Robert Manders. M. of E —S. E. Mulholland. Trustee—J. M. Douglass. Representative to Grand Lodge- George W. Walters. Oilr Three Day* U California. c „ Via "Sunset Limited" from Cht- of the cago and St. Louis. Composite car Logansport Commercial High School. Up-to date. Thorough. Practical. Counei— English. Commercial, Stenographic, Pen Art, ;Siperiencert Teachers Modern Methods, Thorough Work. Competent Bookkeepers ftn« Stenographers * urnisbwl to Business Firm*. LoKansport Commercial High Sclwol. Over3Sl-323-3-J5 Fourth Streets. J. W. Hock. M. W. Murphy. Associate Principal*. Old Phone 184. DELICATESSEN FINE 40" Market stmet in room formerly ooo«pi«< by transport Wall Pac*r Co. Gunth«r'g Confectionary. Charlotte BUSBO. BUv*irlan Creana. Wine Jellies, Chocolate BcUir«, Patty Shells, Erg Kisses. Hickorynut Macaroon*. AJmocd Macaroons. Walnut Macaroons. Cocoanut Macaroons, Vanilla Wafer*. Jolly Tarts, Cream Puffs. Fruit Cake, (iold and Silver Hnd, Lemon Harangue Ple«. Frank K. Lloyd, .Pastry Cook at the Barnett and Mtt»*>«k hotels lor th« past five years. ... Hf-We have contracted to furnUh Pastry and 8reu) ior the abOT* hotels. Telephone288 Mutual. with bnrber shop, bath room and library ladies' parlor observation room car; compartment and dining cars. An Ideal winter route not too far south, out just south enoigh too escape high altitudes and snow blockades. Complete particulars and illustrated pamphlet mailed free to any address by your loiftl agent or James Charlton, G. P. A., C. & A. R. R., Chicago, Ills-, or H. C. Townsend, G. P. A., St. L., I. M. &S. By., St. Louis, Mo. A Record Breaker. George Webster, an employe of H. J. Crismond's stove store, bagged iorty-eight rabbits and twenty-nine quail In a four-hours' hunt last Saturday, making only seventy-three shots; a very good record. REMOVED Into the Block on Pearl street, formerly occupied by Harry Tneker where you are invited to «all and see a fine line of Winter Woolens For Suitings "and Orer- coatings that eannot 1i>e beat. W.D. Craig, Pearl St.Next to Dr.Bell'i Office. 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 Ladies' shoes 990 Ladies' shoes $1.23 Ladies' shoes $1.48 Ladies' Fine Shoes $2=48. S3.OO This is ytfur Chance to buy [ Misses shoes 60 . :er this case Misses shoes 0 was drag- Misses shr State *?f X, as reported to MisSeS arrests are re- fonr cases, and ms to be excited, xstand the coolness i nuder the circom- sib]e te< think of sim- a other civilized cities .d as everyday matters. D. A. a M Put 'Em Awmy. (to servant)—Bella, where >erries I told you to put away? —Johnnie came in awhile , and be said he'd put 'em 'me. , -yon needn't search any r for them, Bella.— Borbnry <J»- -s here with—,, jame uh- ,/ . them I hare been lost in wondering •• dniiration at the boundless, loving ,* kindness of mj English and Scottish friends in keeping up soch a warm heart for snch a Gorgon, I shonld think that the sphinx in the London museum might have sat for most of them."— Mrs. Field's "Life of Mrs. Stowe." DM. Wemrinr of the Bloat*. The universal adoption of the blouM is proclaimed by women at every torn, and this baggy fancy U varied, to rait the material and wearer, with c*oh oa* prettier than the other. For hoow and street wear they are alike popular, aad one scarcely knows where to draw th« line of difference between one and UM other, «o alike are they in ootwtmctioB. Bven the little bolero ha* a blotucd vert, and, by the way, thii dainty littl» jacket is quite as mncn favored thi* season as last, and appears OB anMoif the latest cloth gown*, and it •> designed a* to abow tke

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