Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 1, 1895 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 1, 1895
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Hckett Extension Table. [Patented August 11, 1391.] fCloswl—7 KO LEAVES TO REMOVE. Extends by crank thata child cau ' turn, witbout removing cloth or dishes, and so sinootbly that a cup full of water will not spill a drop. For Illustrated Catalogue address PICKETT EXTENSION TABLE Co., Warren, Pa, lr-te-5 In., exttntln to 8 ft. I 5 ft. 10 ID., eiteniln to 12 ft. OiJ. .,C in., extend* tu ID ft. I fl • ft. Jin., citenJn to H ft. Other ^Izcfi If wanted. Lady's Sewing Cabinet. [Simmon* 1 Patent, dated Nov. 28, 1893.] Everybody invited to see these Tables. On (exhibition at the Furniture Booms of Foglesongr Bros. i\O. 424 BROADWAY. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday OF THIS WEEK. Zuern, Agent. fHE FINEST LINE QF SPRING SUITINGS To be Hound in the City at W D CRAIG'S 423 BROADWAY 3nd Floor. Justice Block. €OCKBURN BROS- to Loan on Mortgage 'S<>curlty on Easy Monthly Payments. lre, Life. AccIUont. Plate Glass and Tornado Insurance. McKlNSEY, l Fire, life and Accident Insurance. Moncy.to Loan in Small Amounts. 413 BROADWAY. WANTED TO SELL -The North 8trect House on North otreet between 5ch and 6th street. "Will be sold on reasonable terms. Address, MRS. CHAS. MARKLE Hartford City, Ind. WANTED! REAL ESTATE. tractad, Chw»p Cottagas For Sale. •Wanted Lots and Acre* For Sale, t Wanted Small Farmi For Sale. Wonted Business Blocks For Sale. vranted to Exchange. Karras lor Cl» Property. •Wanted Merchandise to Twde foe Farms. DDRES3 M. 31..00KDON. Spr» Block Logansport, Indiana, D; W. TOMLINSON. HEAL ESTATE bought and sold.' MONEY loaned on reasonable terms. OFFICE 400 Broadway, 2d floor., Entrance on 4tn Street, DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 1. Girl wanted at 22-1 Sal River avenue. Mrs. Louisa Kcculg la said to be much better. Yes indeed tonight go see Pygma. mallon and Galatea. To Mr. and Mrs. James Shaffer of tho West Side, a son. Drink orange phosphates made from fresh fruit at Johnston's. The commencement of the Walton school will bo held May 4th. Dr. Joseph G. Rogers, Supt of Long Cliff hospital is reported slok. Joseph Cahill has taken a position with Joseph Grace, the olothler. $7.50 for choice of 500 suits worth up to |20, at Otto's for a few days. Just the thing for warm weather, our tan shoes—Stevenson & Kllnslck, Ice cream and cake served during the dance at the Chosen Friends' hall. Dr. A, G. Miller, Thursday and Friday, at his .new office, 814 North street. Just stop a moment in passing. Otto Kraua' store and see the $15 suits at 17.50. Admission 10 cents for gentlemen at the Chosen Friends' dance Wednesday night. And still the great rush at the Trade Palace is for silka and laces. Go with the crowds. Great bargain sale Thursday and Friday, this weelr, at Ml«s Jessie Cum' mlngs 1 . No. 405 Broadway. George W. Clevenger hag removed with his family from Kokomo and will reside on Market near Twelfth street. Judge Swlgart was surprised Monday night by a number of hl8 friends, the occasion being his 56th birthday. A troupe of '"Japanese performers passed through the city yesterday on the way to Peru to join Wallace's circus. Real imported clay worsted suite, black, brown and gray, go In with Orto's $7.50 suit sale. Tailors charge $80 for them. Go where you always have a good time—Logan Council Chosen Friends' dance Wednesday night. Admission 10 cents for gentlemen. Those teachers attending the State Normal school at Terre Haute from Cass county are: Floyd Burton, W. E. Htda, Maggie Hlnes. J. A. Jones, A. M. Justice, Hattie Kitchell, J. E. Kitchell, J. E. L»yton, Verdie M. Long, Frank Poundstone, Chas. Bich. ardson and Nellie M. Whitaker. TOUR NAMI 0 PBIHT. f Item* of * PerMttftl [Character Concerning ioar»nirporter»,*nd Their Friends. In the city yesterday: Harry Simons of Cincinnati, Sheriff J. C. Eberhart, and deputy J. G. Donlinger of St. Joseph county. Maurice Collins, Jos. Wlttmeyer, Robert Spauldlng and George Check* ard of Peru. J. G. Kipe ia at Peru on business. E. Sen mitt was at Winamac yesterday. 01 Payton went to Indianapolis yesterday. ThoB. Wilder is at Indianapolis on business. J. H. Tyner is at Peru for a visit of several days. Dr, J. W. Neff was here yesterday from Walton. R.B. Runyanof Peru was in the city yesterday. Will Sbldeler is at Indianapolis visiting friends. Miss Maud Day is this week a guest of friends at Peru. Detective John Gallagher was at Bunker Hill yesterday. John Welfol of the Columbia brewery has gone to Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Pat McGreevy of Peru are visiting In the city. Ed DeWolf was at Marlon over Sunday returning yesterday. C. N. Williams of Crawfordsvllle, was in the city yesterday. Mre. Wallace Clark IB here from In- dlanapolls viaitlng friends. Victor Wise came down yesterday from Chicago for a short visit. ' Mrs. H. S. Coates Is at*Union City visiting her parents this week. Dr. W. R. Francis of Marion, was in the city Sunday visiting friends. D. L. Van Aucker and wife are here from Lansing, Mich., for a visit. Mra. D, C. Beatty and .children are visiting relatives at Indianapolis Mrs. Harry Longwell IB at Otterbein attending her brother who is sick. Sheriff Chas. Homburg waa at Bunker Hill yesterday on business. Joseph Rogers and Thomas Grimes have gone to Atlanta, Ga.,_. on business. Misses Eva McHale and Kittle Dolan are the guests of Miss Louisa Faust at Peru. Mlsa Georgie Loveless of Peru Is visiting with Logansport friends this week, Chris Panton IB at Indlanapollft:*t- tending the Supreme meeting of the K. of P. W. W. Van Austin, the Delphi tailor, was in the city yesterday on business. Andrew Munaon and son Wlllard were here yesterday from Peru rlsit- ing friends. Samuel Clark has returned to his home at Peru, having resigned his position here. Mrs. Julia A. Young is entertaining John A. Young of DeLong, Ind., and Thos. L. Young of Peru. JameB Tuttle, who has been living at Miehawaka for several months, has returned to Logansport, Mr, and Mrs. John Chestnut were at Royal Center yesterday visiting Mr, and Mrs. John Ublehauaer. Mrs. E, G. Cornelius who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Myers has returned to her home at Indianap* oils. , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kumler have returned to their home at Peru after a visit with relatives and'friends. In the city. Mrs. George W. Campbell has been called to her home at Stovenaon'a Point, Wis., by the reported sickness of her brother. Robert Radabiugh who recently took a commission as organizer for the Order of Foresters, is at Onward organizing a lodge. * Misses Nellie Klley and Kate Cameron of Marion will visit friend* In the City tonight and attend the perform* anoeof "Pygmalion and Galatea." James Talbott has gone to Joliet, III., and Des Molnes, Iowa, fcxpecting to locate at the latter place, taking a poiition as collector for the electric light company. Root, Kreuzberger. jr., was at Michigan City yesterday to attend Rev. Father ^Bleckman's silver jubilee. The Rev. Father Koehne wa« also present from here. . H. J. McSheehy and O. B. Shafer have returned from English Lake and that neighborhood, where they have been putting In a day or two slaughtering birds. They claim to have bagged 817 snipe. Attorneys S. T. MoConriell, J. C. Nelson, C. E. Taber and M. Winfield were at Peru yesterday, going over to hear the decision of Judge Cox In the natural gas case. The Judge waa out\ oftbVolty however, and tie attor. neys returned on the next train. Mr. and Mrs. Ensile Nagles have returned from a visit at Peru. Mr. and Mrs. A. Born and daughter of Lafayette were here last night. Herman Wathan of Chicago was here yesterday to attend the Kraus. Wiler nuptials. 11 J. E. Plerson has been called to Cambridge City by a message telling of the serioua sickness of his mother. The Rev. Jululs F. Mattlnply ia here from Richmond, Ind., visiting his sister, Mrs. J. A. Clark cf east Market street. Dr. W, H. Ball will leave Saturday for Baltimore, Md., to attend the meeting of the * American Medical society, as a representative from tho Cass county medical society. Mrs. Bell andMra. J. G.Rogers will accompany him, and will spend several weeks in the east. CRUSHED BY A CAR A Child of J.F. Smith la Killed by a Motor Car nt Marlon, Dollle, a child of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Smith, who recently removed from this city to Marlon, was Monday afternoon crushed to death beneath a swiftly moving electric street car. The child was on her way to school when she was struck, and the car ran sixty feet before the presence of the little one's body beneath the trucks was observed and the .oar stopped. Considerable difficulty was experienced in removing the crushed and broken form from its position, and ehe lived only a few .'momenta. The bereaved parents are said to be heart broken over the terrible accident. The motorman was almost distracted. "Orrthe Earlh." The announcement that Eddie Foy and The American Travesty Company will present the fantastic operatic travesty, ' 'Off the Earth" at the opera house Saturday night May 4, will no doubt be sufficient to call out one of the largest and most fashionable assemblages of thejseason. It is seldom that this company fills engagements In the smaller cities, and the local management is lo be congratulated on having secured such an enormously successful production with a considerable outlay of ready money, and it ia to be hoped that our theatre goers will appreciate and reward this bit o.f local enterprise. Oolnff To Church t An active, intelligent church mem. ber, male or female, wanted to represent us lot special work. Splendid inducement to right party. No capital 'needed. Reference required. Good pay. State age and previous occupation, also name of church and denomination. Address Globe Bible Publishing Co., 723 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Fa. Dealrei a 1>1 voice. Hannah Davis has demanded, a divorce fr»m John D. Davis, alleging desertion. C. B. Laseelle IB her attorney. J. D. Davis, the defendant, haa been out of the-clty several years. Jas. C. Newman and A. E. Shroyer have baen commlBBioned notaries public. Necessity Knows No Law We cannot hope for profit last week of our .. ... now. It is the! Great Removal Sale. Only a few days more. The last week at the New Fashion Store. Opportunity makes the prices. We prefei to sell rather than to move. Go through our first and second floors tomorrow and every da/ this week. ' Look for what you want now or may needl in the future, for you will Never Buy So Cheap Again! HARRY FRANK, New York, Logansport, Delphi, Flora. Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings, Novelties all in waiting for you to com* and select them- If you are hard to pleat our goods and prices will win you. Character In ShoeM! In Our Shoes. Who ever heard of such a thing, but it is possible. If you will reason with me a moment you'll find it so. Character is tKe first essential of all shoes. I'm as careful in selecting the character of my shoes as I am in selecting iny employes. I examine every portion, of the shoe. The soles, the stitching, the vamps, the uppers, in fact, every part, character must be the best for tho money. If each part is right, then the whole—the shoe-must be right.; Th«tM:e«ii8*ISMl8f«cllon «f» to Wear. My employees are schooled Jin the art of fitting shoes, it's an art, and every foot that is presented to UB to be fitted is fitted with skill. The wid'th, the length, the shape ia right. That means comfort an essential of character. Comfort combined with satisfaction is half the battle. I have that. Price in strict conformity to value is the other half. I have that. So I have a shoe bnsi- ness worthy of your patronage. Something for Nothing Is not business and never will be. I cannot afford to sell for less than I pay, but close buying has placed me where my prices will .seem philanthropic besides those of others. GlveMeYoor Confidence! It will never be misplaced. I promise yon that my shoes shall be perfect in character—its true essentials.—Pilling The Shoe Man, 412 Broad way. If you want yooj lace cartains to look the same as new, send them to us for lanndrying. A long experience in this line of work enables us to guarantee satisfaction. CAMPBELL BROS., 439 Market St PIERCE, THE TAILOR. 310 B«OA»WAY. ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN Summer Suitings AT 4i8 Market St A New Firm. STEELE & TOUKEY can save you from $6 to a suit of Tailor Made Clothes. All wool goods and perfect fit guaranteed. Suits from $14 to f35. Wi invite your patronage. Steele & Youkeyj 4O4 Broad way. Up Stairs. ••••^•^•^^^^•^•^•'^•^^^'''^^^^'^'^^^^^^^'''''^^^^^^^^^^^ IF YOU ARE GOING TO MAKE GARDEN / It'wtll oav you to be particular 'as to whose seeds yon buy. • . . 'Wi aw MW to the market with a full line of Landreth'g seeds for th. season of 1895 and I wish to say to the gardeners and others using . thttwhUe Landreth's seeds may be a little higher price then some other.! thSy are always fresh, clean and true to name, and aawe handle no other! seeds except those grown by Landreth & Sons of Philadelphia-our cut-1 tomers may rely on getting nothing but the very best. I believe that th«l cost of the seeds is nothing compared to the crop, and when • person, DM| the trouble to put out a garden, he should use nothing but the very We handled Landreth's seeds for four years and have never heard » ri complaint; in fact, our customers unhesitatingly pronounce them perfe^tl in ever particular, and as an evidence of fhu fact, we have almost the on-1 tire trade of all the gardeners around Logansport as well as many from »l dStance' Our tradf has increased on this particular line of goods mor.1 than tenfold since we have been in the business? We also have a full lin.| ° f ^member fiSSf toSf Landreth & Sons has been 115 year, la occupation of seed-growing.] -~~™. laWa GeorgeC Harrison. 617,623 Broadway.

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