Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 3, 1891 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 3, 1891
Page 8
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: IT i? Of REDUCTION SALE Cut a n d S1 a s h , f 1 The entire spring stock must move. We do not make reduction at the end •• the season but now when you need the goods, SALE COMMENCES TUESDAY. See Mils. The entire stock will he marked down. : PAY US A VISIT. f This sale we propose to make equal to our great January sale which was a "HUMMER." Come and see flow cheap goods can be sold. GOLDEN RULE, SCHMITT&HEFFLBY. MEXICAN VETS' PICNIC. Arraiise m cuts Bolus Made by tine Mexican Veterans For Their Annual 8th of June Picnic nt Luke Cicott, TRAVELING MEN, Please Take Notice I have Secured a Choice Line of Gray Mixtures for Business Suits Just the Thins for the Road. Call and Examine Them. ResDectfully, JACOB HERZ. Daily Journal. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY. 3. 'Go to Headquarters " For Your Spring Suit Harry GK Tucker, THE PEARL ST. TAILOR. ' II You will find all the Latest Novelties in Spring Jtyles . Yours Truly, "PUCK." 'or the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant^suit for $22.00 CASH JE do this to make room for the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city HOOTFY The Tailor, JplUUJLIj 1, 323s: Pearl' Street Subscribe for the Journal. Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&w ' Ice cream, 5 cents, at Stewart's. See the latest styles single bracelets, at Taylor's. Big sale commences Tuesday, at the Golden Rule. Miss Susie Robinson is visiting- friends at Lafayette. Knights of Honor charm pins and lapel buttons, at Taylor's.' A booming big sale commences Tuesday, at the Golden Rule. I Taylor, the Jeweler, has the new style watches with fancy dials. For choice fruit and confectioneries, at Charles J. Stewart's, 12th street. Come to the big- sale that will commence Tuesday at the Golden Rule. Taylor, the Jeweler, has the latest designs of K. P. charm pins and buttons. One hundred different styles of belts from 13 cents to $'2.50 a piece, at the ever busy Bee Hive. Do you take the Journal? If not send in your name and have it left at your house or rooms. Fine French zephyrs in newest designs and finest textures, at the Bee Hive. Prices the lowest. Twenty-five cents will buy a better imported fast black hose at the Bee Hive to-morrow than 40 cents ever did before. Charles J. Stewart, the 12th street Confectioner, has opened the neatest ice cream parlor in the city. Call and see him. Miss Kate Finegan entertained a small company Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Josephine Rhydemeis, of Lafayette. Mrs. August Whitoff and children, of Indianapolis," are in the city called hero by the serious -illness of her mother, Mrs. Burnett. Major McFadin will depart on Wednesday for Sidney, 0., to attend a meeting of the Ohio Mexican Vete.rans association. He will be gone several days. The W. R. R. C. tea which was to have been held at Mrs. Hensley's home Wednesday evening May 6, has been postponed one week by order of the president. Mrs. L. Burnett (formerly Mrs. Frankhouse) is dangerously ill with brain fever at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Richardson on Twelfth street. • The Wheatland street M. E. church services will be held at the court room this morning. Sunday school at 2:15 at the Cumberland Presbyterian church building, The largest stock of ladies and misses blouses and shirts and made The 45lh anniversary of the departure of Cass county Volunteers for Mexico will be celebrated in grand style this year by the annual picnic and reunion at Lake Cicott on Monday June 8. As the Vets missed their regular annual picnic last year they propose to. get up a celebration this year big enough to make up for lost time. The possibility that this reunion and picnic may be the last one given by the Vets, as they are getting old and feeble and their days for picnics andi such, growing fewer every year, redoubled efforts will be made this year to make the picnic the best they ever gave. These 8th of June picnics have ever been exceedingly popular, being the first of the season and always well conducted, and the announcement that the Vets will absolutely give a picnic at the pleasant old grounds this year will be received with pleasure by those who have heretofore enjoyed the days so much. Major McFadin promises new and unique features for the coming 8th of June picnic. It will be a grand old fashioned picnic and soldiers dinner, free bean soup, coffee, crackers and 1 'sow belly" with proper garnishments. The prospects are that the lake will be in elegant condition by that time, plenty of boats, gooi fishing and beautiful water lillies in abundance. The grand old grove will be made even pleasanter than ever. As the old settlers failed in.their annual reunion last year ihe Vets will invite all the old settlers to celebrate with them this year. They will also invite the G. A. R., the Sunday Schools, Elks, Patto- watomies, Trades and Labor Assembly, Logan Greys and other uniformed bodies in the city, all secret and benevolent _ societies, children of the Orphans Home, etc, etc. In fact it will be the biggest picnic ever gotten up in this part of the State. Gov. Hoveyand Gen. Manson will also be invited. Excursion trains will be run during the day at reduced rates. Timely notice of other features and arrangements will be made, but it will be well to begin to look forward to this biggest of "big days" with the vets at Lake Cicott. Forty-five years ago on the 8th of •Jurie'next, a train of 33 wagons containing a company of ninety-two strong left old Washington Hall, corner Market and Third, streets, and took up the trail for Indianapolis, arriving there in three days and in another day connected with the old Ma.dison & Indianapolis railroad, the first in the State, and left for Mexico. Of this brave and hardy company of pioneer recruits not more than twenty remain. Of the commissioned and non-commissioned officers only three remain: T. H. Bringhurst, second corporal; S. L. McFadin, third corporal; James M. Vigus, drummer. The other survivors in this county are J. T. Bryer, John B. Grover, Charles Hillhouse, Joshua LaRose, Jacob Loser, John Martin,Isaac D. Patterson, Max. well Reese, S. B. Richardson, S. L. F. Tippett and Wm. L. Wolfe. It will not be many years more that the vets can meet together and this coming reunion will be made a great event. LAY ASIDE YOUR HEAYY OVERCOAT. Now [is Jthe Time toLay Aside Your Heavy Overcoat and Buy Youself A NOBBY SPING OVERCOAT. Harry Frank Is Well Prepared with all the Leading Shades, Styles and Makes. Prices From $8 Up. For This Week. A Special Drive on All-Wool Cheviot Men's Pants for $1; Actually Worth $2. Children's Pants from 25 cents up. This space will be used in our next, advertisement for Children and Boy's Suits exclusively. Come and see the Largest Stock and Lowest Prices. The Rival Cabinet Letter Hie. ||$1.50®For Eacli Cabinet Filing Tray. from outing flannel to the best turjam and surrah silk, at the Bee Hive. Prices the lowest. Subscribe for'the daily Journal or at least have the Sunday Journal left -at your house each week. Drop a postal card to the office or tell the carrier and your name will be put on the list. Charles Lunsford is an industrious energetic' citizen. During the war, though only a boy, he did the farm work while..four brothers were at the front. He will make a good Marshall if elected. Ben and "Ben" said Burleigh as he seated himself and gently tapped the table with a heavy editorial, ' 'I have arranged my cahicefc." "You are too late, Burleigh." "Too late?" "Oh, yes, Dj'ke -and I fixed that up for you two weeks ago. And by the way, Burleigh, you n«ed not worry about such matters if you are elected. We will tend to everything. How goes the canvass?" "I have been everywhere. 1 ' "Have you seen lula-and Lee Wah Sing?" "Of course." "And John Doe?" "Yes." "Well, we will await results. Give me a cigar, Burleigh, and leave me to my meditations. I,must try and get an idea, before the paper goes to press." Mr. J. T. Leg-g, delegate of the Grand Lodge I. O. G. T. of Indiana, accompanied by Mr. H. L. Norris and A12-File Cabinet $18 Call and See Them, at Wilson, Humphreys & Co. Three Kinds of People! There are three kinds of people who are not customers of McCaffrey's, 'and each kind has a different reason for it. These probably are the reasons. •>.• Don't Believe It. Mrs..McKenzie of the local lodge Good Templars, will depart on.' the Sixth inst for Edinburg, Scotland, to attend the Right Worthy Grand 'Lodge I. 0. G. T. of the world which convenes there this month. Attention, Republicans! There will be a meeting of candidates and the City Committee Monday evening at 7:80_ o'clock, over Keesling's drug store. All are urged to be present. S. B. BOYER, Sec'y. Some may figure that as every dealer advertises the lowest prices and every dealer cannot have them, "all misrepresent themselves. We publish our prices, though we hand you a sheet every fortnight. If we are not correct, you can prove it. If we are, you most believe us. Think Something is Wrong. There are those who know that are prices are lowest but_suspect that the quality is lacking-. No! that isn't where we cut—for we guarantee our qualities. We save by buying in large qualities and buying for cash—by selling in large'! quantities and selling for cash, we save you nearly a third by that. We do not need to scrimp on quality. ' ' ; • % ••••' ' Don't Think About it. There are those who do not think aboutsit, yet some of them work for days, to earn what each month they might save if they only stopped to think about-it. TO WHICH DO YOU BELONG? M. McCaffery & Co. **-^^ feiid

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