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May 12, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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HE LEADER. Will open for business Wednesday, May 15, with every department complete in all that is new and Desirable in DRY GOODS. A souven- ier given each customer on Wednesday, May 15. ice, Styles NO. 315 FOURTH STREET. & Co, DA*LY JOURNAL SDNDA1 MORNING, MAT 12 TOUR NAME IK PRINT. lie ma of »"' Penontl Character Con- oeralnc Lof*n»voTt»r» ana Their : Friends. In the city yesterday: Orange Peters of Marion. Wm. T. Fletcher, P. O. Inspector. Mr. and. Mrs. John. Blddlestetter of Wabssh. Jerry Coiling of Wabaeh deputy US. marshal.; President Marshall of the Lafayette bridge company. Capt. Bradley of the Pan Handle police from Chicago. Are you going to build, Repair or Want a Veranda? See Thompson's Lumber Company. They buy cheap and sell cheap. Yard and Office, Sixtn and High Street. WANTED TO SELL The North Street House on North •rtreet between flch tind Oth street, e noTd on rpasouable terms. COCKBURN BROS- Money to Loan on Morten^e Security oo Easy Monthly Payments. We Write ITlre, Life, Accident, Plate Glass and Tormulo Insurance. Buy and Sell Real Estate. Call and See Cs, OlUce Booms 2 and S Spry Building. Budolph Sender of Peru it of Lgansport friend a. Clarence McKeever and wife are at Gas City to spend Sunday. Miss Mary Thomas of Garrett U In the city to spend Sunday with friends. G. W. Kerns and wife were at Flora yesterday to attend the funeral -of a relative. Mies Katie Eight, daughter of 'Squire Frank Hlght has gone for a visit with her slater at Peorla, Ill- Attorney George Gamble is entertaining his brother, who rode over yesterday from Perrysburg on his wheel. Mrs. H. Gross and daughter, Mrs. Yiquesney, are here from Terre Haute, to visit over Sunday with Mrs. M. E. Jenness. . Will Painter and Perry Kessllng went to Peru yesterday. Mr. Painter will visit friends at that place over Sunday. Mies Mary T. Bryer is making an extended visit with Mrs. S. J. Deokard and other relatives at and near Cincinnati. Bishop John Hazen White went to Fort Wayne yesterday. His sermon Friday night at Trinity church was a most able one, from the text, "Open This Man's Eyes That He May See- " A class of eight was confirmed by the Bishop during his stay here. Dr. W. H. Bell who in company with his wife is taking an Eastern trip writes from Baltimore that they are having a very enjoyable time and that the meeting of the American Medical Association which he attended was a ..large and IntereAlog ona They ex- pe'cted to leave Baltimore on the 10th lost for Old Point Comfort. Miss Maggie' Blmpler of Hot Springs, S. D.," has returned to her home after * visit with her ulster, Mrs. C. M. Eurit of State street. Prof. H. Simpler and wife of Chicago, who have also been Mrs. Eurlt'* (fueeu, accompanied her as far as the windy city. 'Cornelius Fischer, the Sycamore grocer itreet, who owns a farm north of the ally reports that nine of hit sheep -were killed Thursday night by dog*. Filling's Popular Prices! Ladies' Oxfords, G5o to $3, nice Roods. Child's shoes, 18c to |1.50. Misses' shoes, 95o to $2.50. Boy's shoes, 75c to $3. Men's shoes, 90c to |5. "Women's shoes, 85o to $0 per pair. We have the stock, the -widths and the prices to gnit all. Come and see us.—Pilling-, 412 Broadway. The intent (Style Shoe*. Pilling the shoe man ia showing some very elegant styles ia spring and summer foot-wear, especially those beautiful white Oxfords and the price only a trifle, $1.95 and his colored man will keep them clean for you free of charge. Who does more for your trade? T«n Shots arc Qnlte the Thine. Especially so when they are kept nice and clean. Filling's artist understands his business and will keep them looking nice and new. .Filling's stock of tan goods can not be equall ed in the city. A ShlnlnK Reward. Will be given to anyone buying their shoes of Pilling, |413 Broadway and did you know his line of shoes are -warranted both in price and quality. Price guaranteed to be as low if not lower than any other shoe house on the same class of good honest shoes. Ifo oheap shoes, but good shoes at low prices. I f you want your lace curtains to look the §amo as new, send them to us for laundrying. A long experience in this line of work enables us to guarantee satisfaction. CAMPBBLL BKOS., 429 Market St We Will Continue these Prices for a few More pays. Our New Store will be chuck full of money saving goods tomorrow, Read. Read. Read. Mens good suits, spring styles $4.50. Boys good suits, light colors $3.50. Childrens double breasted suits 88c. Mens summer underwear only I9c. STRAW HATS! Lower than any house in the city. Be sure and see our Blouse Waists at 25c. Ladies fine Satin Scarfs 25c, others ask 50c. Silver Lace Pins with purchases. HARRY FRANK, TO BE> SURE,. * , Logansport, Delphi, Flora. Spring Suitings, Spring Overcoatings, Spring Trouserings, Novelties all in waiting for you to come and select them. If you are hard to please our goods and prices will win you. PIERCE, THE TAILOR. S1O,BKOAI»WAY. 110SK PEAUfc Viola, 111., No*. 1, 1894.— The teeth you extracted for my wife and boy has given euilre satisfaction. No unusual serenes* other than would aaturally follow the extraction of a number of teeth. Their puma healed nicely. 1 think every one suffering from aching teeth will do well to call upon you. A trial will satisfy anyone. My.plttt«s which were ordertd In the morning and which were finished and put In the eveuing of ihe same' day,'*" »re giving perfac-. uatlefuctlOD. They •*ro elegant, in ftoiuh and in every way •Better than iuy « «a teeth were. L. K1NDELSBERGER. HUttKlUl Homo* M.-aui, fc-ri)C--:r. of Attica, Ind., HAS* »•-.<'• ••st.^'.v-s 27 teeth extracted o*n ••!».< 1 '»« no pain and work. > rx-s i»« e CMoro-om, ..ther ,u,d ^ tor «„. removal o, t..»> rc.y now b. permits ol the painless removal of any tooth or root no matter how badly broken or decayed. The Boston Painless Dentists of Chicago Have opened a branch offiae at I^amport. 411 Broadway over Bee Hive They come prepared to perform all operation in Deutistry in acoordence with the latest and most improved methods. Teeth Extracted and Filled Without Pain. The larsost Cental Plrm in t- UniStates Why do we a^ ^ reasonab18 chftrge WHY YOU SHOULD COME TO US! WE RESTORE THE FEATURES! Artificial teeth inserted to look natural and. we guarantee a perfect fit. Teeth With and Without Plates! It I. o»r «n»ft d*ta. tb.t every order to pl.t.. ldnut.1 to » ttould slv. o.r p.tro.. e.tir. auction ..d b. .. l.ultle,, .. po»ible U point of beauty and service. . Crown and Bridge Work. OUR OFFER UNTIL JUNE 1 » _„»-_ • OTeier ' Boston Painl r Dentists, 1301 my dau K Qter after hajlng 18 teeth T&8TJMONlflLS. ~j INDEPDEDENCE, Ind,. April 29. 1895. " £4. ^ mode of ettcactla g teeth and c»a - "^ We invite you to all to call and investigate our work whether yon wish anything done or not. Coasultationand examination free. Office Hours from 8 to 12 and 1 to 6. Remember the place. 411 Broadway over Bee Hive Store. Hon Col. P. M. McCarty, State Bank Examiner of Iowa, says: After having geveral teeth extracted by the Boston Painless Dentist* of Chicago, I would in fature go niilee to have them evtract a tootb forme, before allowing anyone else extract it. You will make a misteke you do not have them do flu •work. A prominent minister says: I heartily recommend this painless method of extracting teeth. Having had teeth extracted and filled absolutely without pain, BO soreness or ill results afterwards.—B*v. B. U Montgomery, Woodball, ID.

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