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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana These Tailor- Made Suits! Must be appreciated by the trade, judging from the way they are selling. WHY NOT? THE STYLES. THE PRICES. They almost talk for themselves. You must be QUICK before the sizes are broken. jt There are great values in the line of PRESS SKIRTS! which we are showing. The best evidence that our skirts are right in every particular, is the constantly increasing demand. HERE ARE THE WHYS: These skirts, while equal to custom-made, cost less, have the same style, and can be put on im- mediately after being bought, and be satisfied, because they will keep their shape as well as any i garment made to order. I Qeo. DeWald Co. Corner Calhoun and Columbia, Port Wayne, Ind. i Money. Money. Money. 'If you want to borrow money, you cannot afford to borrow it on any other i than the famuiw DOLLAR MONTHLY linn, known fts the TRI-STATE PLAN. I And the only plan that allowu you to pay fast or slow and save interest. t This is the very best and cheapest in j, tho state. INVESTORS Should cnll at olBco tor full pnrtimilars. Ctass AA uncl V arc tho moat popular plans evrr isnucd. _ rnntured nnd pnid in TBI-STATE BUILDING AND LOAN ASS'N- C. A. WJLUTNO Sec. T1 IUPU THIATEI.____ Tuesday, May io, ricn'b Repreflentutivi1 Irish Onm-ilii iind Sweetest Singer. CHAUNCEY OLCOTr IN TflK NK.W 'SWEEP 1NN1SCARRA A ficeninc production. Samt- ca ad scenery during tin- fol loutlw' run uf the pliiy NBW Viirfc. Hear Oleott's N'ew 50, 75 CENTS, Balis of To-diiy. Capital Surplus THEOLDNATIONALBANK OF FORT WAYNE, IND. Stephen II. Bond, President, .fared D. Bond, CaHhier. Oliver P. Morgan, Vice President. James C. Caehi< Dollar deposits received. Interest paid at the rate of 1 per tci er annum on time deposits. J. W. BELL, n and 13 E. Columbia St. Subscribe for tho NEWS. MONEY TO LOAN ON ESTATK Oil PERSONAL S JUK1TV. C. F. 1'FEIFFER, ROOMS AND 7, TUSS AT LOW EAT OF IXTEUB3T. The First National Ban pays 4 per cent- Interes on certificates of deposi' HOSE ACCEPTED. ues and Rifle Companies are Complete With the List of Volunteers. NOTHER BATTERY HERE. he Dana Company Goes Home and Dr. Mungen Will Organize One Here. ATTERY BOYS ARE POPULAR. hey RtctlTfl Much for Th.ir Efficient Cleat? Is III. the way of amis, clothing and equipment This morning a special telegram from o News correspondent at Camp Mount ys that Dr. W. W. Mungen, of Fort ivne, will have Uie honor of organizing new Blate. battery company in caso ..j governor decides to have a national uard when tho regular national guard oes to the front. Dr. Mungen for many ears was captain of the Zollingcr Bat- ry, and ho made the company promi- in the military circles of Uio stale, e has not made his intentions known in ort Wayne as yet. REGULAR ARMY BOYS. Yesterday the following members of 1C Fort Wayne Rilles, Company Third egiment, successfully passed the United Uiles medical examination, and are now in tho United army: Captain- Charles E. Reese. First 11. Eonner. Second W. Kerr. Sergeants --P. A. Thompson, J. W. anbilrn, F. H. llilgeman. Be Frain. George easlol, W. C. Voliner. TJoahl, Clias. Carpenter, eo. W. Colcman, Andrew Colcman, ohn Buolow, Win. Dollinger, Ed C. Cook, Bunting. D. M. Cmnmiligs, E. locrf'ul, B. J. Kllorl, Cain Baker, Ernest irtnicyer. F. FnrtiiniilU'r. Jlarvey Funk, laycs Glass, Arthur Gcisman, Fritz ake. Enos Ihirmon, Ainaiidus Hey, harics Iloke. .1. Kaliker, Frank Daily Klleri., .Inhn F.ngcmaim, Clarence, Fer- n. .lohli Longley. Cliiton Lovell i Haysc. P. P. Newman. Joe Noll icnjamin Noll. Parent., L. Perkins I. Parker, F. Peterson, Win. Herd, ,1. B. Fllias Rinehart. II. Schram, B. heafer. Halph Snyder. .lohn Spain, W. A. F. H. Kinuey. K. 11. Kolli. .lacob II. Liggcl. E. .1. l.onglicld, Vm. Seymour, Claude, Shirley, Eil mil. Henry Win. Rtradley, Troutmnn. T. Underwood, 11. reputation of the most obedien .lohn Wort 'Hie Hamilton National Bank will pay 4 per cent, interest on deposits left four mouths, from this date, and will rcccivt, as it always 1ms done, deposits of ?l ot Fort Wayne Trust Co.. Cor. Main and Court Sts., pays interest on deposits left 4 months or longer. Deposits of and up- wards received. Loans made at a reasonable rate of Interest. i.ichman. F. S. Wicklilf, Wood. IILUES. The I'ulhnving ineitihers of Couljiany )f Fort Wayne, were accepted: A. Spice. Firrt O. Meyer. Second S. C'. Jackson. M. Arch- polil, 11. L. Miller. Corporals- K. L. Holmes, F. Arney. Privates-T. K. Bird, V. .1. Benton, F. ;i. Bishop, W. .1. Beake, U. B. Broekcr- man, C. S. llrmvrr, 1. B. W. Cannier, G. W. Canner, C. i. Conley. L. E. DeT.ong, W. A. Balby II. R. Davis, L Driver, .1. U Bireley, F L Driftmeyor, II. E. Meyers, G. E. Miller II. Ne'isscr, 0. Ohlfest, F. A. Rocpkc, W. 11. Richards, .7. W. Scss ..uin, W. W. Daugherty. ,1. S. Krwin, H. W. Fisher, Ceo. Elirman, jr., .1. T. (iowell, Robert Hoffelllngcr, W. K. Holmes, J. 11. Hove. A. E. Hasty, C. 11. Hamilton, A. llarlwcg, C. HoenceK, R. Hargrave, ,7. K. Schane, A. E. Underwood, E. Webster, L. K. WillianiBon, H. M. Wood. G. W. Johnson, William Loti, W. H. McCaffrey, J. I'- .1. Meyers. 'OUR IIEKOKS. The most excitement which haw oc- .nrred during our stay in camp occurred 1'uesday and Wednesday night. Major rhompsou, of the artillery headquarters, lOtnl that military laws were not obeyed ip to standard, ami lhat many of the irtillery men from Company O and A vrro going beyond their privileges nnd ikipping the guard lines after roll rail, o to the city. Tuesday night he quiet v 'appointed what is called a "artillery paliul.'1 composed of Company 1C, Battery Frank Alderman, Corporal Mnngcn and Sergeant W. O. llasenfns. wlm is calle who came all tho w: sicalia, Texas, to These men wcie on the outskirts of tin; street railway Sncli a experience will never I: forgotten by them, for they captured even-thing in sight-thirteen men at var- ,is hums of the night, all loaded witli c-walcr. both inwardly and on their rson. Our hoys had an awful hnrd light to arrest some of these men, two of them especially, for (me of the men, who had forgotten'all the military laws, null- a gun. He wan promptly knocked down ami relieved of his weapon. Among prisoners captured were a number V prominent young men of Iwilh men in camp, as they have a. clean record not one of them being caught over tin lines after hours. The. Zollingcr Battery boys have made a most favorable impression in every way in camp, and are. np to date the honored company in camp. CHRIST. WKLLEH. WELLER IS APPOINTED. This morning the News received a special telegram from Christ. Weller itating that he had been offered a posi- tion as sergeant on the signal corps. This is the position to which he aspired, but was for a time under the. belief lhat h would not get it, an there were so man) Indianapolis men who wanted the place Weller and Van Roy, both of Ihe Zol linger Battery, will be given places on tin signal corjw. If the signal corps docs not to tho front Mr. Weller says that h will show enough patriotism lo remain as a private with tlie battery, provided passes the examination. -Mr. Van Eo; is tho pocrator wiio has been connoetei with the Mason Long produce exchange LIEUT. CLEARY ILL. The many friends of Lienl. Clenry. i Ihe Zollingcr Buttery, will regret to Iran that he is ipjite ill at camp, suffering with ii severe attack of rheumatism. Tin examination will take place to-day or to morrow, and many mm in the eompan; fear Hint he will be unable to pas the required examination. He has bee; 1 sufferer with rheumatism for some time U present In! cannot use his right ham d Hie wrist is very much swollen. INDIANA'S FIGHTING RTHEXCJT1 Ycslcrday morning Colonel Wiisoi Governor Mount's military secretary, i iveil a milage from (he New Yoi World asking tile strength of the India] militia, meaning by the word "militia the number of men of war age that. Hi italc could muster by calls for voliintcei md (Irafls. The state statistician in no' at. work compiling figures that will slid' this to the nearest, possibility of an esl late. Blanks have been sent lo ever township trustee in the state asking fo the number of able-bodied men in cae township. These blanks have been 01 only a sliorl time, and have nol even b gun to come back yet. Secretary Wilso found in a New York almanac f Mount will be open to Tfeitom -morrow, and Hrig. Gen. McKfld ex- a hearty invitation to till utll cro. Our excursion trains will atop at e Fair (iroumis in both directions, .50 round trip. Train leaven 5 U --.....-o friiifj done; promptly done TOUT at U O. Hull's, SO Culhoue. o....... OUR STOCK 01'' Sl'IUNCJ AND SUM- IER PATTERNS WAS NEVER 80 OMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT NOW. RAJJUS, NO. 10 WEST ERRY ST. Bewaro of all disease which hirlm ta stern waler. All cislerns should bo clean I at least once or twice a yoar. id leaves wash from your into cistern and create a bad smell or lor. All work guaranteed. called without removing the water, ve orders at Nro. 141 Francis otrect, or [jhone No. G3ti Main, Home 1'hoie. L. C. IIOLI.ENBACUUK. All young men enrolled with Mr. L W. soniml, pleuno met nt hall ia WliHe ink lllock nt TUomliiy erMiing, iiy 9th, to complete mil- iry company, in acordanco wilfc Bug- estion nf Adjutant Cencral Oorc. U bsrrilM! for the NEWS. Six and a Half nches of Rainfall Without a Let Up. Three incliea of Uiat fell in Fort 'ithiii twenty-four hours. Such a rain- all not known for muny years, Itail- ondn uniier water, bridgen carried away, owns all over the nUle, flooded. In tho dtiyK of tho old Main street ridge, dnnmiing back the water of Mary's and SL Joe, Spy Run avenaft votild havo been good boating. Before ho removal of Wines' dam and the ecpcning of the river channel five feet dredging, Lakeside, without her ex- tensive and mnsiivc dyke, might ka.ve >cen threatened. But with the removal >f the dam ,the dredging of tho river he widening of the bridge, tho day of my serious floods about Fort Wayne jassed away. A3 for Lakeside, the water didn't within ten feet of the top of tho dyke. Iven double tho amount of wntec wouldn't havo phased her. Cupid, the Ood nf Imv, (ellri you lo make flto lionie hpuutiful for tlut hived mies. HO if you want, to make your Helwtionw of Wall Papor out of an immense line, plenty of all kinds from tho very cheapest to tin; very to choobo fron .......r arc sure to tind goods to you, to suit your taste, just the kind you havo been LOOKING for, if you want to go where !cy arft gtad to show you tho goods, hcthcr you want to buy or not, where von arc ALWAYS pure of courteous treatment, fair dealing, prompt HP.rvice and lowest prices, whcro they trim your paper without charge and take hack, at ine price you paid for it, any paper n have left over, in short, if you want ui huy your Wall Paper where they will treat you afl you would WISH to hoping thereby to merit ftnd ro- coive your patronage, you will go straight to L. O. HULL, 90 Calhoun St.
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