Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 4, 1896 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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LAST CALL! To WiWd F Up the Farewell Sale of HARRY 1 FRANK. Startling Values to close out the balance of Ihis stock. last Week' Bargains were surprising. £This week they are amazing. The (Balance of this stock must go this week and Jfrere are prices that will make you help do it. fens Fine Bnsiness Soils worth $15 now lens Fine Business Snits worth $10 DOW lees Fine Worsted Pants worth $5 now $7-50 5-2 2.50 Boys' Suits 1-2 price, Children's Suitsn 2 .price, Ulsters, Barber, Cook, Butcher and baker's Coats 1-2 price, Pants, Underwear, Shirts 3Seckwear, Suspenders, Hosiery and Collars at just 1-2 its actual value. It will pay you to go SO miles to attend this sale, as you never in life, will have another chance like this. Meos Fine Kearsey Overcoats $20 now $10.00 Mens Fine Kearsey Overcoats 8.SO now 3-9$ MeHS Frisco Mackintoshe, 12 00 now 5-75 Saturday, September sth. will positively be the last day of our 37 years Clothing: career in Logansport. Do not fail to call if only to say Good Bye. Very Truly Yours HARRY FRANK, 314 Fourth Street. THE GOLDEN RULE. THE QOLDENPULE. Clearing up Shirt Waists = = THREE DAYS ONLY THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY. Our Entire Stock of Shirt Waists, no matter if the former price was $2.50 or $2.00 will be on sale for FIELD DAY SPORTS The Event Will be Held Next Friday--Meeting Tonight. Foot Ball Team Organized— Base Ball '. Games in the National League. 75 CENTS EACH jfiTone reserved. This is choice Another lot will be 25 cents of our entire stock of Shirt Waists^ SCHMITT & HEINLY. Matters have progressed so favorably In the movement to give the people a any of field sport that it has been 'decided to push the matter along and not wait longer than is absolutely necessary to arrange the prizes and ffive aii opportunity to contestants to j .enter. It has therefore been decided '•'that the field day exercises will be :'•'•::!! jheld on next. Friday, oue week from •' 'jtoday; und a meeting of all those in., : jterestecl ill the matter will bo held at ;• jtlie Riverside Cycle culb rooms tin • •-evening-to perfect the details of th ;hir.raiigeme.nts. The books will b' opened for entries in all the classes at this meeting aud a full list, of th -.,events will be published tomorrow (Imoi'iiiug. Everybody interested in til ;"affair will be welcome at this meeting FOOT BALL ENTHUSIASTS, We have the very best line of wool dress goods. Iffiem to appreciate them. You must see Jire You €oing to Spend Any Honey For a Pallor Winter Suit If you are, don't fail to see our superb assortment of Stylish, Nobby and Up-to-Date Garments. Our stock includes duplicates of all the styles shown by the latest merchant tailoring, fashion plates a prices ranging from $3.00 up to $15.00 Remember our stock is entirely new, no old chestnuts. All we ask is your inspection, All our goods are marked in plain figures and strictly one price. In conclusion we wish to state our furnishing and hat department embraces all the latest novelties and styles. Come to our store and examine our stock and if what we say in ipirint is not proven we will relinquish all future ihtope of your favor or trade. THE GLOBE. Northeast Corner Fourth and Market Streets. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clark Taylor, a son. H. J. McGrath Baltimore New York Count oysters in^bulk at Rotherinel'f? fresh today. • An Italian laborer at Kenneth had an arm Injured at the quarries Wednes day, while blasting/ : "Lorene" will cure you in ten days of all desire for tobacco In. any form or It costs you nothing. Avoid the crowd tomorrow; call to day at Harry Frank's farewell sale He'll make it interesting for you.. Only one day left. Prices positively cut ID two, The coming, wedding of Mr, Louif Follet of Gas City with Miss Nellie Stevens of the city, will occur In. the near future. -The engagement is formally announced. ' ' Only two days left, today and tomorrow, to get what you want at your own price as we can carry off the money better than the goods.—Harry Frank's farewell sale. The following young gentlemen will en.ter Purdue university next week: Carl Green, Orla Harlan, ' Gladstone Knnuss, Wllla.rd Kleser, Don Howard and Dudley Matthews. If you want to enjoy life, build up your nervous system, have the best appetite in town, in fact make a "new man" out of yourself, take the Lorene Tobacco- Cure and be free of a very tm- lesirable ha,bit—See Adrain M. Tobias, Island View hotel, near Panhandle depot, i J : ' How | are Your Kidneys ? Kidney diseases are easy to contract if your blood s not 'pure. Rheumatism, Diabetes, Veuralgla, Dropsy are nil caused by ick kidneys,' Dr. Hobbs' Sparngus Kidney Pills make vigorous kidneys, ror sale in Logansport by Beri Fisher and John F. Coulson, druggists: .;.. • Meeting Held Last Night and a Tean is Organized for the Fall Season. All the old.members of tlie Logans port Athletic club foot ball team and a number of new members met his evening at Walter B. Lewis's Broad way store and organized a team which Wiill,..creditably represent Logaaspor: on ,the gridiron this season. The club is composed'of the very best athletic timber in the city and all that is necessary to make a. team that will defeat any amateur organization in the State is hard practice and abstemious habits All the members present last night agreed to stop the use- of tobacco and go into training at once. Ex-Captain Hawkins has left the city and a coolheaded successor who will work the boys out, will have to be selected. It has-not yet been decided who- will manage the team, but as there is an abundance of good material in the city, .there will be no trouble in selecting a good manager. THEY WANT TWO GAMES. If Cleveland Can Get a Pair, While Cincinnati- is. Losing, the "Stuff is Off." It is almost a.certain thing now that the :<31evelands will finish: in second place. This will give them a chance for the rich Temple Cup series with the BolHmores, and that is what the players are working hard for now. Frank Downey had a letter from George Cuppy one day this week in which the Lo'gansport boy said he had pitched as he never had before to win the game lie did with the Baltimore?. Hard work, means much at this critical stage of .the game. While Cleveland is pulling together aud making the clubs they play against play ball for all there is in it, the Clueinnatis seem to have lost 'interest in the game and the fielding errors are supplement- jy a weakening 011 the part of their pitchers. Now York put two of their jltchers 6i.it of the business yesterday, and there was a ragged fielding game behind them. Two games lost by Cincinnati and the same number won by Cleveland will put the latter club in the lead, where they will stay the sea son out Following arc the scores o the games played yesterday: At Brooklyn—Cleveland 5, Brook lyn 2. At New York—Cincinnati 5, New York 10. At Philadelphia—Pittsburg S, Phila dolphin. 5. At Boston—St. Louis 7, Boston 2S (second game) St. Louis 3, Boston 0. Rain prevented the games at Baltimore and Washington. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Clubs Won Lose Per Ct. Baltimore 7G 34 .691 Cincinnati 70 42 .023 Cleveland .CS 43 .612 Chicago 05 50 .505 Boston 63 40- .562 Pittsburg- fil 50 .549 Brooklyn 53 5S .478 Philadelphia 54 50. .478 New York 54 61 .460 Washington 44 66 .400 St Louis 33 7S .300 Louisville 29 78 .271 AT SOUTH BEND. Bryan Crowd Not Large Enthusiastic." or The Reporter should not send its circulation man out to report Democratic excursions. The Pharos coming out at the same hour will certainly not underestimate its crowds and the comparison might be embarrassing again as it was last evening. The Reporter had a crowd of four hundred going to South Bend while the Pharos had only two hundred. As a matter of fact the rajl- roa.d company was guaranteed two hundred tickets and at the last moment the men giving the guarantee were Western Srar lodge No. 1C01, Knights tuid Ladies of Honor. Ho became a member of the Devonshire Baptist church in 3S72. .ind lived a conscien- cious Christian life until death. He w:is loved and respected by all who knew him, and was devoted to his family. DON'T MOVE. You will lose your vote if you move out of your township after today. You can move anywhere within the township tD! thirty days before the election. After that you cannot move out of the precinct or ward. Tills does not 'prevent moving from one ward to another for the next thirty days, but you must not move out of tie township. NOTICE. All members of Western Star lodge No. 1601 and Bridge City lodge No. 1976 are requested to meet at the McCaffrey hall, Sept. 4. 1S96, at 11 o'clock to prepare to .attend the funeral of Brother George Gear. The order will leave the hall at 12 m.; the funeral services at 1 o'clock at the house. ADA'M SNIDER, Sec'y. Here .is a problem: A farmer and his wife owned a hog and they wanted to weigh it. The man weighed 100 pounds •ind his wife 135 pounds. Tney. put a )oard across the fence so that wlien • ,hey sat upon the ends It exactly bal- nccd. They exchanged places, life wife taking the pig in her lap, Just mlancing the board again. What was the weight'of the porker? W.i bash Plaiudenler: Father Kelly, the Catholic priest who left Lagro , under a cloud, has a parish in the Pitts- urging those standing on the platform ( burg aiocesCi , and expresses the laud- to get on and go for nothing. Some : al)le intention of rotu rning and paying thirty or forty tickets were at that ] 1]p ^ uig dcbts at La gro. time given awny to get the crowd up to two hundred. Dr. Hattery remarked to another of the guarantors that it would cost them 57.75 apiece, but how many there were in all thus stuck lie.did not say. Subscribe for The Journal. IMPORTANT MEETING. Railroad Hen's Sound Honey Club Monday Night. The Railroad Men's Sound -Money club will meet at the rink •'Monday evening at S o'clock sharp, to attend to important business matters. Every member Is urged to be present at this neetlng, as it is important that the matters under consideration be prompt- y attended to. By order of E. F. IvEAUNEIY, Pres. NINE CENT SALE A Special Sale For Nine Cents. Who Ever Heard ofaNineCc-nt Special Sale. OBITUARY. George Gear was born in Devonshire, England, Feb. 18, 1857. He departed this life Sept. 3, 1806, aged 39.years, G noutlis, 15 days. He was married In Devonshire, England, to Miss Mary Elizabeth MlUman, Sept, 1C, 1S77. His vlfc and four children. Florence, Mary -lelen, George Stanley and Monteaguo. urvivo him. He came to this country U-1SS7, and located in Washington owuship, Cass county, Ind,, and engaged 'in.the dairy.business, and met with marked success, He was an honored member of the Well here it is; for one week we will sell choice of the following well known shoe dressing, Whltemorc Bros., Gilt Edge Oil Dressing, Button & Thuroston's Celebrated Raven Gloss, Restorff & Bettmann's Celebrated Glycerole, Alma and other celebrated shoe dressings all of which retail at 25 cents per bottle by all merchants. . • . Choice of these-celebrated dressings ONLY NINE CENTS. • PILLING, THE SHOE MAN. 412 Broadway, Logansport, Ind. Infallible Corn Salve worth 25 cents for 9 cents.-PilliDg. . White Clover, powder retail price 25 cents, reduced to 9 cents—Pilling. Now is the lime to supply yourself with shoe dressing at less than wholesale-price.—Pilling-, the shoe man, 412 Broadway. I

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