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

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I MONDAY, APRIL 9TH, THE GOLDEN RULE Will Inauguarate a Big Early Spring Sale for Cut Prices. See Bills, SGfiMITT & HEFFLEY T. P. A. Note*. KNOW ALL MEN That Pilling & White have goods bought for cash, at 20, 25, SO or 4O cents on the dollar, more or less. Wholesale houses appreciate <ash buyers, you know. Ladies' good Dongola Oxfords, pat. tip, all «olid leather, not trash, price 68 cts. . . Ladies' Red Russia Calf Oxfords, original retail price $2.00, we will sell 'em for 98 cts. Our space is too small to quote balance ot our bargains today, but call and see us. Also agent Columbia Bicycles. PILLING & WHITE. 412 Broadway. HINTS. PITS. PfflTS. J AM HEADQUARTERS FOR M Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND iSB3 MB 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 Hne for leas money than it is possible tor my competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity *af Paints You Want Come and See Me I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESLING, 90S Fourth St. LOG ANSPORT, IND. SUCCESS AT LAST! The Worm: Moves; Sciencb Is Triumphant! DAILY JOURNAL But Its greatest triumph is In the cure of disease, and its greatest sue. cess Is APOSLOLI'S treatment for Diseases of Women But to be successful it must be applied by the skillful hand of the SPEC ' L 1ST. The Physicians of The Logansport Medical And Surgical Institute MUve teen using thi. treatment with the GREATEST SUCCESS and by it* use . In thl* vicinity, restored hundred* of suffering women to he»lth and ineco after pbydclans had failed. It 1* not painful and no exposure 1* They alto treat all Chronic and Private Dltewe*. (CONSULTATION FREE. CALL AND SEE THEM at 417 Market SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 8. Singing Flowers. Hanna lor fresh garden seeds. Music, refreshments and aprons at the rink Wednesday. New spring jackets and capes, at the Bee Hive tomorrow. The best paints for the least money, at Ben Fisher's drugstore. All kinds of fancy stamping done to order, at the New Fashion store. Dr Hollo way's office in the Progress block, corner 4tb and Market streets. Goed Girl Wanted—Call at 214 Fourteeeth street, between Broadway and North. Don't wait until we get crowded with work, have your screen made now.—Hanna. The only complete assortment of moire silk ribbons from No. 1 to 60, at the Bee Hive. J. H. MoMlllen has early Ohio seed potatoes from Seedsman's stock and warranted pure, for sale. Bowden lace Insertion In black and butter colors, the scarcest goods on he market, in plenty at the Bee Hive. The Ceclllan Musloale will hold Us postponed recital on Monday, April i, at the home of Mrs. Jiurdook. at 4 t'clook. The stewards of the A. M.E. church will give an entertainment April 18. :bey will be assisted by L. Star Glut _,nd others. Just Received-A line of fine silk and wool covert mixtures drew goods, $1.25 quality at 60 cents, tomorrow at the Bee Hive. It is not what Its proprietors say, but what Hood's Saruaparilla does, that tells the story of its merit. Hood's Sarsaparlla Cures. One dollar still buys |2 hats, an* $1.98 buys $S.fiO hats, either Derby or Fedoia at Otto Kraus', but still better things in the shoe store. William A. Renn died at his home No. 318 Barron street last evening at 6 o'clock of consumption, aged 24 year*. No arrangement has yet been made for the funeral. His competitor* try pretty hard to follow his lead, and they come pretty gear selling cheap goods at hi* price, but they would have to make an as. glgnment If they would compete with Otto on fine shoes. We want every member of the f, P. A., especially those affiliated with Post F to go to Lafayette, May 19th as this meeting Is especially arranged to bring back the smiles that have been chased away by dull trade. We know it has been a difficult matter sometimes the past winter to arrange your faces properly or even presentable to the trade. But we assure you if you will atteid this convention (remembering our meeting last year at Fort Wayne) you will have such a pleasant time and meet BO many sympathizing friends all will be plain sailing hereafter. President C. M. Taylor of Indiana division, in company with Thos. M. Quigley, oi Indiana division, visited Indianapolis on March 24th, and organized a local pest In that city. This post is likely to be of great value to Indiana division and will > apidly Increase its membership. Indiana and Illinois are striving hard for second place, and tho officers of both divl- sloas are alive to the situation. The committee on transportation are negotiating for a special train to Lafayette, May 19th. Too much praise cannot be given our State president, C. M. Taylor for the different poets be Is organizing throughout the State. He is without a doubt a most tireless worker for the T. P. A. cause and is justly entitled to the many complimentary notices he is receiving. An adjourned meeting will be held at the parlors next Saturday evening to hear reports of committees. Post F will have about twenty-one delegates to the State convention. A post of Indiana division, T. P. A. will be organized at Eransvlllo, Ind., in a few days. This city is a beautiful and enterprising city wherein are located mahy wholesale, jobbing and manufacturing establishments, and it Is estimated that there are at least 500 In that city who are eligible to membership in the T. P. A. And now comes Evansville, Ind., falling into line with an enthusiastic pout at that point which will grow and thrive. Officers will bo elected this week. Indiana is hard after II llnols for second place, and Indianapolis and Evansvllle recently organ. Ized, will be powerful allies to the Indiana boys. Poet A, Wisconsin division, ha* Issued a constitution and by- laws, printed in neat style and well arranged a* to manner and matter. Secretary Knight of that post may justly feel proud of Racine's organization of the T. P. A., known as post A. Men's Spring Clothing. No matter what the style of suit you may desire to buy or the price you want to pay, we can suit and please you. THE PROGRESS. Corner 4th and Market. Men and Women Of Stageland THE MARIE BURROUGHS ART PORTFOLIO OF DRAMATIC CELEBRITIES Ladle* •ftbe O. A. ft. Lafayette Courier: The ladles of the Grand Army of the Republic, composed exclusively of wives, mothers daughters and sisters of honorably discharged soldiers, tailors and marines of the war of the rebellion, met at the Christian church this after, noon at 2:30 o'clock, for the purpose of organizing a State department. Mrs. Etta Toby, of Loganiport, of Lincoln Circle No. 1, has tke affair in charge, .holding a dispensation of the national officers to that effect. Delegates are present from Denver, Lo- ganspori, New Albany, Charlestown and Brookston. The afternoon session was taken up In reading the die* pensation authorizing the call and other routine work. The election of officers was set for the last event of the afternoon. The department will be tendered a reception tonight at G-. A. R. hall. The following officers were elected: President—Mrs. Martha J. Faugh, Logansport. Vice president—Mrs. Hoover, New Albany. Junior Vice- Mrs. Kllnger, Brookston. Secretary — Miss Cora Marshall, Logansport. Corner Htonc Oernmonie*. St. John Commandery No. 24, K.T., will go to Wabash, Ind., next Wednesday. April Hth, to assist ID laying? the corner stone of the High school building at that place. It is expected that there will be four or five other oonamanderies present and a grand time is expected. The order of the temple will be conferred in tho even- Ing. We will go at 11:15 »• m. train and return at 10:32 p. m. All Sir Knights who can, are urged to go. J L LINVILL, E. C. "The Be»l Thlni In the World" Will be the subject of the address of Mr. T. A. Hildreth. secretary of Y. M. C. A. of Indianapolis, on this after, noon at 3 o'clock in the R. R. Y. M, C A. rooms. All men are cordially In. vlted. ^ llon't Be Deceive*. Don't be humbugged! If you want pureEwly Ohio seed potatoes without fall, go to J. H. MoMlllen, the gard« ner, Bates street, West Side. Attend our tale.^-Golden Bule. Is a magnificent collection of 240 Photograph! of the mo*t popular Aotori, Actresses, Singers and Musicians of modern times. The photographs am executed In the highest style of the art and each one Is accompanied fcy an Interesting sketch of the professional career of the artirt It represent* the results of Immense labor spent in collection of photographs and data neoef- sary to completely present the most noted personages of the *tag«, beside* a large outlay of money. In the majority of case* the great artist* shown 1m this collection have given SPECIAL SITTINGS FOR THIS WORK Which, therefore, Includes many photographs which are not to be obtained elsewhere. Others have personally supplied favorite photograph* which arc not on public sale and, in fact, the collection Is incomparable a* to Duality and _^ Every Photograph Is a Gem. In the series are Included all the great lights of tragedy, comedy, grabd opera, melodrama, comic opera, burlesque and larce; all the favorites In all branch** of dramatic and lyric art; in fact all the Creat Actors, Actresses and Singers Of the world who have been seen during recent years on the American In this Portfolio the selection has been made on a broad and co « D P r « basis to secure a complete representation of the modern , .tage "^ the *elto. tlon has been completed under the supervision of M « : M" 16 Burroughs her. self one of the most prominent and popular actresses of the d*y. The Portr folio will be ISSUED IN TWELVE PARTS, each part CONTAINWO TWBN1T PHOTOGRAPHS, with the sketches belonging to them. IT IS A COMPLETE MIRROR OF THE MODERN STAGE And the series constitutes practically a Biographical Dictionary of Stage C*. lebritles. Many of the photographs of this collection it would be <»*»«£ £ to obtain elsewhere at any price; and even where obtainable any one ol ! them would cost as many dollars as the number of cents for whtod they are offered the readers of the Journal. We offer them at TEN CENTS for each part HOW TO GET THEM: BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT with the publishers this elegant work can be obtained in Logansport only through THE LOGANSPORT DAILY JOURNAL. „.„ i..u, 01 tbi> pw» tto" -"I "> • a«5 a fSSoJS'iJiSSS mail will be s ol to be forwarded, and should state the Save Your Coupons

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