Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 3, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 3, 1894
Page 8
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~Sf\TURDf\Y SfVLEi CflPES f\ND JfVCKETS. Capes worth $5.OO on.y JXX)T NO. 3-3=?n 8 e lace trimmed Broadcloth Capes worth $13.00 Also a fulMin?of^Fre8ilk Capes and a complete stock of Nobby Spring Jackets, Special Prices today. SGHMITT & HEFFLEY PITS. NIK I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COMB AND 3B3 ME. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints and Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I mike a specialty -of this line ot goods and am ia a shape to sell you anything in the line for leas' money than it is possible j for competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity *of Paints You Want Come and See Me 3 WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLING, Fourth St. LOGANSPORT, IND. DAILY JOURNAL. TUESDAY MOHNING, APRIL 8. More new mlllinory at the New Fashion store. First time in the history of Logansport. Soo Otto Kr.us' advortisemont Everything is boing 1 sold at a very low price at the New Fahsion store. Auctioo! Auction!! Auction!!!—At 7 o'clock tonlpht of the J. E. Snell & Go's notion stock. Never be/ore offered for sale, $5 and !?(> shoes, from double A to D last, for $2 48, at; Otto Kraus'. Oar stock of spring capqs would bo a credit to a largo city. Call and be convinced.—Trade Palace. Opening at the Bee Hive today and tomorrow for the display of ladies, misses and children's wraps. Wo expect to sell every fine ladies shoe within the next few weeks. All sizes In lasts, double A to D, worth $5 and $6 for $2.48, at Kraus' shoe store. A lady from a distance is stopping at 314 North street,/or a few days teaching the latest designs of fancy embroidery work. Patronage respectfully solicited. Anna Maas, wife of Jacob Maas, died last evening ai 6 o'clock at her aome at the corner of 23d and Usher streets, aged 30 years. The time of the funeral will bo announced later. In the advertisement of Otto A. Craus Sunday morning the selling price of the special lot of shoes was omitted. This was really the Important part as any pair ol shoos in tbia choice lot worth $4 to $6 will be sold 'or $2.48 as long as they last. EDUCATIONAL LUit of Town*hli> Graduate*- An Ex oil an of TeaclierH to the Normal School!, Following is & list of the pupils of the township common schools who successfully passed tho recent township graduation examination. Tboir certificates ol graduation entitle them to eater the High School without further examination; Beihlehom township—Arthur Yan- tla. Boone—Laura Hoover, L. F. Fry, Stacy G. Runkle, Verdio Long, Leslie J. Herd, Beriha Laomle, Carrie E, Pherson, Pearl Jordan. Clinton—Maggie Greys, Wm. Hankee. Harry Yost, Eddie McGuire, Dora Girlon. Deer Creek—Stella Lybrook, Jog. Cist, Pearl Beck, Robert H. Hunter, Will Turner, Ross E Lybrook, H. E. Creo, Edna L, Dellavec, Alverda Butz, Mary Htller, L, W. Beck, Alvin Kitchell, Stella Wilson. Harrison—Edward F. McCroa, Harry Gray, Walter Walkar, Frank Elliott, Wilbert Elliott, Harry Ball, Ella Rally, Myrtle Douglass. Jackson—Emma Wileon, Jessie Fickle, Ella Garritaon, Frank Mungor, WiHPatiorson, Cha8. L. Whiiman, Gertrude Doran, Lucy LUton, Laura Bennett Edoa Symons, J. W. Me- Clain, Fred Davis, Daisy Rayl. Miami—Orla Sanders, Lena Hogentogler, Kirk Castle, Maud Ferguson, Gertie Richardson, Noble— Kettle Seybold. Tlpton—A. E. Miller, Maud Mays, i Myrtle Benson, Nellie Puterbiugh, j Stella Rlnehart, Charles A. Wilson, ! Edgar Bowyer, ElizaAndorson. Myrtle strode, Fred Barnett, Samuel J. Taylor. Charles Berry, Minnie Hann. Washington—Mary Fiedler, Wm. 0 Fiedler, Cora Martin. Graad total 71. The graduating exorcises of the }uplls whoso names appear above and ,hos,e who successfully stand the April examination, will be held at the Con- :ral School building, Wednesday even- ng, August 29th. The next and last graduation exam- nation will be held April 21st, at the High School building. AWAY TO SCHOOL. The following teachers and students eft yesterday for the various schools: 'o Terre Haute: Blanch Collett, Beth- ehem township; Ora Shuman, Llllle Shuman and May Toney, of Walton; inie MoCombs, Alice McCombs, dose Skinner and George Meade. f Royal Ceuter; F. A. Baylese and J. L. Jones, of Twelro Mile; Charles llchardson, of New Wsverly; Hattie. Kitchell, of Deacon, and Anna Bell, of Logansport. To Marion—Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Luddera, of New Waverly; Miss Emma Rife, of Onward and C. B. Lunaford, of Hoovers. To Bloomington—Emma Stanley and Robert Hlllis, of Galveston. To North Manchester—M- H. Krauss, of Walton. To Valparaiso—P. H. Copeland and B, F. Shartz, of Galveston. To Angola—Ed. Rogers, of Lucerne, and S. W. Harris, of Burnett's Creek. lll> Pap WmM a Democrat. Frankfort Banner: I have seen better times. Times are getting desperate with me. I have not had any meat in my bouse /or two months, and very little else to keep the wolf from the door. Pap lold me to always be a Democrat; that settled it with me. 3 have been thinking maybe pap did not knoiv free trade would bring him to rags and almost starvation. One thing I do know clearly. During Harrison's admlnstration I got a dollar and a half a day, cash, every day 1 worked had plenty to eat, drink and wear Now I am down to a piece of clotboi line for a suspender, and laco icy shoes with binder twine. Although our schools are free our children can not go; they have not clothes fit'to be seen in the back yard. A good .Democrat don't believe in free schools. Papa never did. Ho just said vote the Democrat ticket, sleep sound and grow fat. The sleep may be all right, but for my life I can't see where the fat part comos in, living on spice bush tea and sorghum molasses for sweetening, we don't like it—our family don't. R. H. BOUGHT UP. l>y m Hamilton Ohio Official. A special to the Tndianapolls Journal from Hamilton, 0., says Engineer Charles Cornell makes sensational charges against the Ft. Wayne (Ind.) Electric Light Company and a city councilman to the effect that the company made him an offer of several thousand dollars' profit on the line construction of the municipal electric- light plant, and that a councilman threatened him with loss of position if be did not recommend the Ft.Wayne company. The Bee Hive will be a busy place today and tomorrow In memory of Dodie Brookmeyer. Dodlo dear lias Bone to re it, Up above the clouds, With theangels to be blessed, In her beautiful little shroud. Oar dour beloved schoolmate has gone One we loved most dear, To the beautiful place beyond, Far berond this world here. MAKY RA.Y, LDLU COFKEY. SprluK Vacation. At B meeting- of the School Board last evening it was decided to grant three days' vacation this week beginning Wednesday. The term will be extended three days allowing the school! to close Wednesday June 6th. Don't fall to go to the S. E. Snell & Co's auction sale tonight. The, Weather Today—Clear and pleasant.. APRIL FOOLED ALL THE YEAR AROUND BUT COME TO US FOR HEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Shirts Made to Order rr SHIRT MAKER, BATTER AND FURNISHER. SPRING 1894. Boys' and Children's Our line of Sack Suits for young men surpass all our previous efforts. The are .perfect and the prices -do suit the times. ForkUlle Ones', Our Children's department is full of new designs. Suits that are full of snap and style. We know the boys want a New Suit for ^spring. We have what you want and at the Tight prices. We always remember the .boys. le Progress ^m -H- THE PROGRESS, -H- Logansport's Greatest Clothing House. New Spring Styles in Clothing. YOU ARE ALWAYS CERTAIN TO BE DRESSED IN THE HEIGHT OF STYLE If you buy your Spring Clothing at THE PROGRESS. OUR MEN'S CLOTHING FOR SPRING. The Exhibit is now ready and must be conceded the greatest showing of stylish attire that has ever been shown in the city of Logansport. Above all in variety, quality and style—below all in prices. You can't make a mistake in buying your Spring Suits from us, as it is impossible to select from our stock anything but a stylish garment. The LONG CUTAWAY FROCK SUITS and LONG SACK SUITS come in all the newest shades and patterns and are tailor made. No tailor has ever given better fitting clothing. We guarantee as perfect a fit as if made by the leading merchant tailor. Gentlemen, you want to come and see it. Our stock is brimful of bargains. Good clothing was never so cheap as now. The Progress Clothing Store Corner Fourth and Market Sts,, Logansport, Ind. SPRING 1894. lats! Hats! Correct Headwear. We are headquarters for all the new and popular styles in Hats, and for children our line of fancy Caps is unsurpassed. Give us a call. Our 50c Neckwear has struck the popular Fancy. The tastiest line both in shape and pattern ever shown in this market. Agents for the Manhattan and Monarch shirts, the best fitting shirts made. Ttie Prowess

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