Christinas 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 AIU8EME5TS. "Kidnapped," a Sensational Corned; Drama, Tomorrow Sight— "The Span or Life" Thursday Xight. "Kidnapped," the sensational comedy drama, which will be given at the opera house on New Year's night, is said to be that cilass of plays which please the gallery as well as the stalls, as its comedy element is its main feature, and who does not like to laugh? The company is siid to be an exceptionally good one and Includes the names of several well known people, and it is safe to predict the new' ADE1TIOK1L ITEMS. A Happy New Year. The Pharos will be issued tomorrow as usual. Buy your shoes at Walden's bankrupt shoe sale. Ei L. Pomeiroy and wife are visiting at Camdea. • Earl Cbappe'low returned yesterday to Galesburg, Ills. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lem Thompson, of Michigan avenue, a son. Mrs. James O'Donnell and Miss Kate Dolan are visiting at Anderson. Miss Blanche Young, of Indian- year will be commenced at Dolan's aDO u Si j s the guest of Miss Nina Jas] opera house with a good laugh and J tlcfti an evening of enjoyment to all who attend. THE SPAST OF LIFE. That ever-popular play, "The Span of Life," will pe presented here by Harry Frank's Old Stand, 313 Fourth St. William Calder's American company at Dolan's opera house Thursday night. Manager Calder, who will personally supervise the production declares that the company is the strongest he has ever engaged to present his most successful play, a statement which is verified by the following from the Boston Globe, September 9th, where the piece opened this season: "The return DR. F. M. BOZEEI'S DENTAL PARLORS. Over City National Bank Comer of Fourth and Bi;o»dw»T •Centra! Bdephome No 0«ce !X3,re«lflenoeS43 Kroeger & Strain. .Oalll prouptly attended to Dl.y or Night. 818 Broadway. nriLHPHONB - Offloe, 68. Kroner. 1« main. M. SETH M-VELSEY Private Money to Loan No Delay- C- 0. HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. 2OS Fourth Street. \ Loans Moooy at 6 per cent. •Makes Abstracts and writes Fire. Tornado and Plate Glass Insurance. E. H. GRACE, D. D. S. DENTAL PARLORS, 316 Market Street. New Alumlnite Bubbcir Plates. W.J. Barnett, suooe. 80 r<oc.L,woii. Undertaker, Erabalmer 4Bd Funeral Director. 417 Market itreet Cain attended Hay or night. The lawt outfit In the U.S. Col. 0. L. wou, wfll remain with me. e>u~««c. Office 16. Residence-Mutual' Phones ^o.u.ies. When You Need nn ABSTRACT or a LOAN —GO TO— F H. Wipperrnan, KNIFoUrU Street Opp. Court Houie Kntranoe. GEORGE W. RQDEFER. r-^--^' RetlTEstate, Loans, $?writnne »tNo. 31 Bel Slwr a»«nue,east *nd »f Market itreet bridge. & SHANAHAN. Boy and Sell -^.•^ Second Hand Goods. ui» a*U. 209 6th itreet D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 416 MARKET STREET OTM Bruggeman's Millinery Store. OITY NRWS. Call for sample shoes at, the New Otto; just half price. Mrs. William Conners Is quite til of consumption, northeast of G-al- veston. Misses Kate Gresham and Josephine O'Dell, of Delphi, are the guests of Mies Flossie Winter. Miss Llbbie McCullough has returned from a meeting of the state librarians held at Indianapolis. Miss Lula Shuman entertained a company of friends Wednesday even- Ing at her home on the Westslde. A cantata, "The ISfew Year," will be given this evening at the Salem church, at Deacon, Deer Creek township. The remains of Henry Ryan, who died at Longcllfl Tuesday were shipped to Rochester yesterday for burial. The Westside Pleasure club's dance last evening at Dolan & McHale's hall was a very enjoyable affair, it was well attended. When Sidney Kaufman, the shoe buyer for 1ihe New Otto Shoe and Clothing company, gets a bargaln ; he divides It with his patrons. The young son of Paul Jordan of 121 Fourth street, fell In Eel river yesterday while playing on some cut ice. He climbed out without any assistance. Peru Chronicle: John Carroll, Frank Tousley and Albert Plckall were up from Logansport last evening o. F. Moore, of Logansport, Is la the city on business. A telephone message was received here yesterday by th$, local police from the Peru staff to be on the lookout for 0. A. Getting and a young girl from that point who have eloped. Getting Is a peddler of groceries. Miss Anna Vernon, of Deer Creek township, was married thle week to Mr. John Glsh. More than fifty geats attended the wedding. After atrip to Cincinnati and Louisville, they will leslde In Deer Creek town ship. engagement of was welcomed 'The Span last night of Life' at the Bowdoin Square Theater by a crowded and enthusiastic audience. As '.Ii?.'"?iting8nd fascinating play progressed to ward-a close,the hero and and Heroine we:r<3 repeatedly rewarded with thunderous roars of approval as they successfully overcame villainous wiles and appalling dangers." REAL ESTATE TKANSFEEb. Reported for the Pharos by Seth *. felsev, Abstractor. Milton Bickell to W. H. Wood — Lot 31 o. p. Galveston. 1400. Wm..Griffith to Dan Pratt Post So. 50, G. A. E,.—N 24 It lot 3 0. p. Galveston. f275. Margaret J. DHtt, et al, toMarlah VanEman—Pb sec 4 Noble tp; SO acres. II. Altjerb Brentllnger, et al, to John B Clark—Lot "5 Atkinson's add. $50. Mazztne Gallagher to Honora Gal- _ lagher and Michael J.—Lot 4 Shultzl & Smith's add: also part of lot 1 Tipton's 3d add and pt of lot 71 Wm. Sevan's add. $1- Eonora Gallagher and Michael J. to Mazztne Gallagher—Above prop- erby. «—. Thomas C. Bonebrake and wife to Wm. H. Smith—East } of 'lot 8 S. M. Tiptun's add. 1800. B.ale Stutesman and Milton Edwards, of Peru, are guests of Tommy Wilson. Mrs. M. Pettit and daughter, of A Roaring Farce. A roaring farce" indeed Is the play, "What Happened to Jones," presented at Dolan, s opera house last night. No comedy has ever gotten more laughs out of a Logans port audience In the same length of time. There is a laogh In every 11 ^ of the piece and a roar In every sltua' tlon. The productions was scrupulously clean, and calculated to plense 1;he jmost critical of aad lences . The company is a capable one throuogh- out, In fact one of the strongest that has ever appeared here In farce comedy. Manager Dolan made a little money on the engagement, and as the production gave such general satisfaction he will endeavor to secure a return date late In the season. »,i =0 The Papers Piled. The Loganiport Produce company, recently incorporated, has filed Its papers with County Recorder Wright. The capital stock Is placed at 110,000. The company will conduct a wholesale produce business only In the building on Fifth strest now occupied by D. C. Beatty. The officers of the company are: D. C. Beatty, president; John E. Barnes, treasurer, and J. A. Guthrle, secretary Mr. Beatty has been engaged for a number of years in the wholesale fruit business. Mr. Barnes is the well-known contractor and builder. Mr. Gnthrie is a son of Bev. Guth' rie, formerly pastor of the Univer- 1 salist church here. Montisello, are visiting Logansport friends. Mrs. James Cook aud sons are visiting with relatives at Anderson and Richmond. Miss Matilda Soloraano and May Irwln are at Kokomo visiting Miiss May Sauerg. The protracted meeting at the Baptist church In Adamsboro has resulted in six accessions. 'Mrs. A. 0. Helvle is entertaining Mrs. Elizabeth Smith and daughter, Mrs. Field, of Kokomo. 15 cents will buy a drink of Golden Wedding rye, eleven years old, 116 per csnt proof, at McHale'e. Charles Young, day clerk at the Johnston hotel, returned from Ch I- cago and other points in Illinois. The Elite Mandolan orchestra fur- nlshned music lor the charity ball at the Masonic temple Wednesday evening. There is talk of organising, In the near future, » lodge of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics in this city. Misses Jessie Whitehead and Jessie Hale have returned to their home at Lafayette, after completing a visit with friends here. Over a million tons of ice will be put up on Cedar laKe this winter. Lake county furnishes nearly all the natural ice used In Chicago. The Ladies' Phisfcal Culture Club will meet on Monday at 3:30 p, m., it being the regular lesson day, it Is important that every member be present. Ladies, don't be wasteful and pay others 40 and 50 cents for Oandee, American and Goodyear rubbem, when you can bay them at the New Otto for 35 sents. Charley Shaffer, son of Petfir Shaffer of Anoka, had a narrow e»cape from drowning while skating on the Wabash river. He fell in to his arms and then caught on the Ice. Misses Mabel Small and Grace French headed a party of young people who drove clown to the home of Bert Palmer in Washington towci- ship, Wednesday eveaing and passed a few hours at cards and danciclng. The second well of the Adams iwnship oil and gas'oompany.located on Carson farm, near Twelve Mile, is down to a depth of pearly 800 feel). It is-expected that Trenton rock will bejatached Saturday night or Mon- Wlll McCrea of Kentland, well- known here, was married at Kokomo Wednesday, to Miss Virginia Smith. The couple passed through the city yesterday en route to Chicago. The groom Is a grandson of Mrs. Catherine Kerns of this city. QA number of local horsemen are anxiously awaiting a heavy fall of snow in order that they can take out their speeders for a racing tilt, the recent fall not being cf sufficient amount. Logansport has more fast 'snow horses" than any other town in the state, and the contests are generally interesting. As expected "Chinck" Myers, the young Jefferson township farmer, followed his runaway wife to Chambersburg, Pa., where she is stopping with her sister. She alleges that her husband convpelled her to milk the cows, husk corn and do other work in the field, something she was not accustomed to. A dispatch says Myers is trying to effect a reconciliation, and if he falls will appeal to Hood's Ees'.ore full, regular action M^ • • • of tie" bowels, do not irri- K^p ill ^* tate or inflame, out leave ^^ III ^^ ill tthe delicate digestive or- • * ganllsm in perfect condition. Try them. 15 cents. Vreparsd only by a 1. Hood i Co- Lowell. SUM. the courts for possession of their child. The grandchild of of Scott Kendall, of the Southslde, is ill of rheumatism. Mrs Paul Jordan is entertaining her sister, Miss Eva Laing, of Milwaukee. Charles ClendenlnR, of Anderson, is the guest of his uncle, Walter Kendall. The annual banquet of "Our Club" will be held this evening at the Johnston hotel. Mrs. Ida Beckley, of South Bend, Is visiting her father, J. H. Hench, and other relatives in the city. Rev. 8. M Cramblet has accepted the call of fche Baptist church at Bioyftl Centre and removed to that tOWD, Tt is stated that eighteen Mormon missionaries will invade Indiana abont Jan. 1st and endeavor to secure an Indiana colony. Mrs. Miller Uhl, of Tenth and Market, received a handsome Emerson piano as a Christmas present from her f*ther, W. E. Haney. The Galveston G. A.. B. post will hold public installation of officers on New Year's day. They will also give their annual dinner and social ID the evening. Dance the old year out and the new year IE. at Dolan & McHale's hall tonight. The Eastend Pleasure club has arranged to entertain a very large crowd. - Mrs. Forrest Haekenburg returned today to her home at Monticello, after a pleasant visit with the family of J. F. Hackenburg, of 617 Seven- teeeth street. "Kidnapped," a sensational comedy, which has stood the test of public approval for the past four years, will be presented at the opera house tomorrow night. Misses Nina Justice, Dollie Moore, Bessie Taggart, Mary Boyer and the Misses Donaldson will receive tomorrow, New Year's day, at the home of Miss Justice, 1005 Market street, from 2 to 6 o'clock lu the afternoon, On Wednesday afternoon at the home of William Smith, on Washington street, Mrs. Sarah A. Toby was united in marriage to D. C. Murphy, of Wabash, Eev. Watts officiating. The couple will reside at Wabash. Myrtle lodge of Odd Fellows at Royal Center has elected the following officers for 3898: N. G , J. W. Cltne; V. G., Elmer Plotner; Eec. Sec , O. P. Kisbler; Fin. Sec., Cyrus Beauchamp; Treas., E. B. Thomas; Trustee, J. E. Holmes. Aid is being solicited for the family of Samuel Doan, whose residence was destroyed by fire on Christmas night, in Jefferson township. His aged mother, who was carried from the burning house just before the root fell in, continues seriously 111. The Odd Fellovs lodge at Onward has chosen new officers as follows: James Richason,.N. G.;M. O. Kulb, V. G-; Henry Marshall, rec. sec.; T. P. Conn, fin. sec.;: Martin Kesling, treaa.; Geo. Puterbaugh, Sam Nog- gans and James Smith, trustees. Officers Elected. Amity lodge ^ . P. of Galreston elected the following officers Tuesday evening: C. G.—B. B. Eichards. V. G.—Tillman Shaffer. Prelate—I*. 0. Geeting. P. C.—E. F. Ballard. K. of E. S.—Clinton Dsggett. M- of A.—George Stanley. M. of F.—E. C. Hart. M. of E.—Dan Snowman. Trustee—J. G. Devaren. I. G.—Charles Land. O. G.— W. E. Jones. Eep.—Dfinlel Showman; alternate, E. C. Hart. Smoke the Columbia cigar THB New Fiirniturs Store COR- MA.8KE i". 5th AND I RIB ANEW YEAR'S ...BARGAIN This Solid Qak, Cane Seated, Carved Sack, Brace Arm, Ladies Sewing Rocker. We will uell Iti'or the next three day* »t <*• unheard orpric:i of ONLY 98 Cents. They were ne-?er sold lor le« thmn (S «». gold to sscond hand dealers, at this price Our score t'oiet at 6 p, m. every except pw day night* and Saturday*- ^» ._. THE NEW COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Genuine Office and] Business Praotf<» from the day of entrance. Logansport Commercial High School. Up-to date. Thorough. Praotiaal. C*unai— English, Commercial. Stenographic, Pen AH, Experienced Teachers Modern Methods, Thorough Work. Competent Bookkeopera and Stenographers turnished to Business Firms. Logansport Commercial High School. Over 32l-323-3i5 Fourth Street*. J. W. Hook. M. W. Murphy-, Associate Principal*. Old Phone1M. ^f. NO PAINING DANGER! Teeth extracted without pain or after effects, such as sore mouth, sore gucas, etc. Absolutely itfe and paioles. The most natural-looking artificial Teeth on Dew method PLATES, guaranteed to fit. The finest and best method of CROWN ao4 BRIDuE Work. No chafee for extracting without when neir teeth are to be guppliod. Dr. W. T. Hurtt, T1T7 WTT QT I LJliW 1 1O 1 l over FUher 1 ! Dru» 8»or RBjftOYED Into the Block on Pearl (street, formerly occupied by Harry Tucker where jo» are invited to «nll and see a fine line of Winter Woolens For Suitings and Orer- coatings that cannot be beat. W n . II. Merchant , T . itof . Pearl StNext to Dr. Bell'* Offloa. 4 BANKRUPT SHOE SALE. We have got to sell this Stock of goods and we will save you Nearly One Half en your Shoe Bills What is better than a nice pair of Shoes for — .** —Nothing. Ladies' shoes 890 Misses shoes 690 Ladies' shoes 990 Misses shoes 890 Ladies' shoes $1.23 Misses shoes 990 Ladies' shoes $1.48 Misses shoes $1.19. Child's shoes 350 Child's shoes 490 Child's shoes 590 Child's shoes 890. 1 $4 Ladies' Fine Shoes $248, Splendid Shoes for Boys 98c. S3.OO Kadies's Shoes S1.89- This is your Chance to buy GOOD SHOES for the pricejof Cheap M. WALDEN.
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