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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1900, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               FORT WAYNE NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900. The Tailor. Confirmation Suits! BRING in the boys and have their Suits Made to Order. Do not cost more than Ready-Made Suits. They fit better, are trimmed better, and wear better than Ready-Hade Suits. An Elegant Watch is given with every suit. Call and examine our goods. 39 EAST COLUMBIA STREET. THE FIRST SPRING DAYS Turns Ones Thonghta to the Approach- ing Easter Season-Society. The' bright suushiny days find every- utiu turning over plans in his or her mind for the future days. The young hus- band gets out vxpunsu buuk :ind, after figuring a wliulc evening, woniier.s why he sjwiit so uiuuli money on Xmiis presents, fur coats, skates, etc., while the wife, the impending cloud, wonders if Ju: ever will get through HO that she ran show him that lovely pattern Ii.'it from .Madame is a real Imrgnin she may postpone it indefinitely and the cITei't of a few more bright gays make him forget to indulge in any more rcm- nf the winter. Y. W. C. A. NOTES. The house committee of the Y. W. C. A. will be glad if housekeepers will do- uiifii old carpels io them, and asks to he remembered in this way, as the house cleaning season approaches. The Sunday services at the Young Wo- ion's Christian will be led by Mis. T. M. Middle. All young women if Fort Wayne invited io uttund Sunday afternoon :it 4 o'clock. SOCIETY KOTJfiS. .Mrs. Hairy Niniio is in the city for a two days" visit. Hi: John Crow, of Chicago, is in the city for a week's visit. Lena Meyer entertained the Mi- IIIWH club last evening. I'noL'bc i La mil to 11 gave a. luncheon in in honor o[ Mrs. .John C. Mr. Clyde Driesbach arrived home from Indiana university yesterday, to spend the spring vacation. Dr. and Mrs. Chapin, of Jackson, 3 have come to this city to reside, and arc at. home at ;t1 KasL' Berry fureel. Kerr Murray Crensler arrived from 1'ottstown, Vn., .yestcirday, to remain for a weekV vacation from school duties. Miss Josephine is home from Tiflin, 0., where attends heidclbcrg i versify. Miss Zartman 1ms as her guest one of her classmates. Mrs. Charles Unas, of Wabanh, and Miss Clara. Koncnvur, of Huntington, were ,mong the out of town music lovers who heard the Ilambourg recital last evening. Mr. and Mrs. U. {.J. ModerwHl and son Hiram, who have been at home from Vir- ginia for a few days, left this morning for Hot Springs, Ark., where Mrs. ilod- erwell hopes to be benefited by the baths. Mr. Isaiah Clem, the well known engi- leer on the Pennsylvania, was surprised )y a large party of friends last evening, it his htimu on Kast Uutlur sctreet, (he oc- asion. being the anniversary of his birth. A pleasant little pedro was given by Air. and .Mrs. At. T. Stokes last evening it Ilieir home in Lakeside. The hours ipent were very happy ones and the eve ning's pleasure was closed with a nice ippor. Mrs. JO. E. Wagner entertained the Tuesday afternoon I'edro club yesterday n H very happy manner. Four prizes won in order by the following.ladies: Irs. Enoch Cox, Mrs. 0. X. llcaton, Mrs. 'rani; Randall and Mrs. E. C. Kern. The Garrett Herald says: "The 1'orl Vayne girl who expressed so much eym- athy for the poor farmer because of his old job in harvesting his winter wheat, s equal in agricultural knowledge to the vemlnllvilJc lady who expressed a desire i see a field of tobacco when it was just tipping out. lint the Auburn lady who iked which cow gave the buttermilk is ntitlrtl to the whole bakery." One of the most, fashionable and enl- ired audiences that has' assembled in he Temple theater this winter, greeted Ir. Mark Ilambourg last evening and Veiled to one of the most artistic pro- QUEEN OF THE HOLLAND DAMES. Coffee injures growing children, even when it is weakened. Grain-Ogives them brighter eyes, firmer flesh, quicker intelligence and happier dispositions. can drink ail they want of more the it tastes like coffee. All grocers anil S6c. in the back and rounding dorfh low in front to accentualc flic long line from the bust to the hem of the Tucked tuffi'lsi silk makes pretty belts of this sort. The minute a woman Hands lightly ua her foot, with knees straight, eliesl well out, stomach flat, shoulders kick and the body, from waist up. tilling ever so light- ly forward, she has acquired at once n cvrUhi smartness of oflect that no amount of beauty or lino clothes could give. A woman simply can't stand correctly anil loik slovenly. The smart girl is never i] d-sh ouldcred or hollow-chested, and "landing properly blie breathes prop- "Every full, deep breath she draws strengthens the muscles of lier sides ant? ibdnmen. She is bound not to grow into fat, ungainly woman, who can never catch her breatlt or n train, for a .proper >oiso of the body means good digestion and good health. It ia probably going too far to say that a girl sols about be- ing "smart" in order to be healthy, but it is absolutely true that she is quite ilkcly to grow stronger because of hei correct way of carrying lier body. Advertisement for Proposals. '.IMtKASURY DEPARTMENT, Superintendent's Office. Form No. 1 10 500. U. Court House and P. O. Port Wayne, Iiid., March, 1000. Hraleil proposals will be received at this Imilding, until 2 o'clock p. in., Monday, April Mlh, 1000.. foi furnishing fuel, lights, water, ice. miscellaneous supplies, washing towels, hauling ashes, and sprinkling streets for this building during the fiscal year ending Juno 1901, or such portion (if the year as may be deem- ed advisable. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved by flie Treasury .De- partment. W. PAGE, Custodian. Wild's Linoleums, Wild's Linoleums. Wild's Linoleums, Wild's Linoleums, Wild's Linoleums, Wild's Linoleums, Wild's Linoleums, rf Wild's Linoleums, Wild's Linoleums, The best arc the cheapest. Wild's are the beat. The Unitod Staleb govern- ment seeks always to secure- the best. The government will use none bnfc Wild's. We have the: only exclusive line in Fort Wayne. Because they can buy them a litlli' cheaper, some homes nro palming.off upon their customers, "Imported Lino- as being "as good as some, with less conscience sap- "Better limn Wild's" Be not deceived; buy the best By dividing up between our different, houses we buy Linoleums in carload lots and get the carload discount, and arc thus en- il-led to give you THE BEST AT FROM 10 TO 20 COUNTS A YARD LESS THAN ANY OTHER HUM IN TOWN. It will fako you but a few minute, to prove this statement irne. Catarrh. Hay Fever. Kill the Catarrh microbe aud you cure Catarrh. These parasites nest deep in the tissues and folds of the olfactory membrane, and are difficult to reach and but Brazilian Balm will utterly destroy them if used persistently as directed. It also destroys the Hay Fever germ In i few days. Use full strength, or nearly ao, for Hay Fever. Cure permanent. Sold by ileyer Bros, Uo., Druggists. --------------o tables have been placed in tlio new1 dining room of the Wayne Knit- ing Mills, and Manager Thiomc says Hint nore accommodations will be fortbcom- ng soon. Nervous.weakness or palpitation of the ieart indicates disorder in the stomach jnd digestion. PRICKLY ARM TiTT- I'JSRS is a wonderful remedy in aucli cases. It cleanses, strengthens and regu- alcs the stomach, liver and bowels, re> moves the cause of the heart symptom-) and builds up a strong and vigorous iody. Sold by all druggists. Mr. John Kelly, of the "Wabash shops, as gone io the Peru hoppital for treat- ment. FOSTER Carpet Furniture Co. lr. Jack LcFcvrc has resigned his po- sition with Mossmnn, Yarnellc Co., and will leave in a few days for Dayton, 0. COBRESPOWDENTS WANTED. Write to us if you want lo learn what Dr. CaldwclFs Syrup Pepsin will do, or call at our store and get a trial Ijotlle. Ten doses IDc, af. Dreicr Bro. Jlr. Edward White is recovering from in nllack of la, grippe. The heirs of the laic Yalcnlinc Lapp have sold the Lapp farm in St. Joseph' township to Mr. Jacob Colter, of Arcola. Consumption White Wine of Tar Syrup, tin- best cough remedy on eartll, cures :i cold in one day if taken in lime. 25 and 00 els. Sold by Dicier 4 Bro., Druggistfl. Tlio Hon. J. M. Robinson returned to Washington, D. C., last evening. A JADED NORSE. GUARANTEED. The Whip May Spur Him on for a Short Distance. When a horse becomes worn and tired he may be urged on by the whip in the hands of a heartless driver, hut reason would say, let him rest and. feed and give time lo recuperate, then lie BALM IS GUARANTEED TO CUTtE COUGH OR COLD IN ONE 1JAY, CROUP IN TEN MTNUTK6 AND G1UPPE IN TWO DAYS- SAMPLE BOTTLES 10 AND 26 CENTS. Mr. Frank Castor, well known Lodgt mac of Indianapolis, says: "BRAZIL- The Original. All Others Imitations. sola under a poaUJvo Written Guarantee, by authorized ajrontB only, to cure Weak .V inory, DIzzlncsH. Wukcfuincsn, Fitn, LLyntcrla, Quickness, Night, Losneu, Evil Drcame, I-iM.-k i.f NcrvouHnesH, Latitude, all Drains, -Youthful lirrnrn, or Kxncsnlvo of loiiaccn, Onium, nr Liquor, which leads to Misery. Conn urn ptlon. Inaanlty and A1 Htoro by fix for 55; with Written Guarantee to Cure or Koftmd Money. Sample Package, coutatnlni; five Uayn' treatment, wltli full Inatruc (..ma, cents. One uaiuplu only anld to cacli person. At store or by mall. Red Label Special Extra Strength. h.r loipoteiiov. fciiRi of Pavtoc. Lost, Manhood, Sterility or nx for i.i. with Ou-i-mif-po t.o omi Jn :in days. At Ktoro or by malL Gross ft Pellena, Dniggiats, Agents, Fort Wayne, Ind. a box; 6-lMy-tti will renew his journey with ease aud 'AN BALM cured me of a bad case of without fatigue. tirippe in 24 hours." When the stomach becomes tired and j BRAZILIAN UALM is the only rod- from impure blood a dose ean be cure known for Cuturrh and Asthma, taken that will stimulate it on to do the Take this "ad" and 50 cents to you? >rk of it is only ;i slimu- and receive a -bottle containing DEL'AItTED WINTER LEAVES ITS POUVKKUIS. (Toss, an trd ift din Then she fnlf. nitln-r guilty a bill from tin: dry store. children to have .so manv Si- mil counting (lie little Iliings .vn wanliohe. liltlu book IK: it tired that she de- wife! 'M that the Then she ul ti flu- tliii _ I needed for her th game nf fiis iinn-h-lo1 which he gladly iirJtahlc family jar liar, be. r one nighl more ;it. .vjf( remind him, that is nul to HK-ft. llie bills lu-r father parlor and fleet i-i.- lijjhi for rmfaiiuc, Ihitl nfu si, high diiriiiy iifir court days. 'I in- husband's r iris are mil. yet of :igc. How lly n, liule, more rJevenir.-s, .Julia', who is tin- of Mrs. F. .1. laydcn. Mr. Ralph Taylor i.- IIITH lY.Mii .Miss Kva of n.. i-, i he lie-it tif Miss Itpasiin Cherry. Mr. and.Mrs. K ut Auburn. hi (hi1 eily ye.sterdav. Mr. .luil Ovi-riiH-yiT is home Irom I'la- MU  vnlllnhlp lime in i-xjKTinirnfiny wilh anil cold They ihonhl lake I'OUiV'S 110XHV AM) TAH lipfora il loo I'ollons Pouior mid Hm. Sflc. I have, never loved before. He. And why, my precious? Surely there are others as worthy as T. That wasn't it. I had Indigestion so bad I never could endure their prattle, but I took a bottle of Dr. Cnldwell's Syrup Pepsin and have never seen an; sign of it since. (Jot il of Dreier Bro. ?PElYRQYJStrlLtS or and banish "pains of menstruation." They arc "MFE SAVEBS" to eifls at. womanhood, aiding- development of orpins and body. No known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do becomes a pleasure. PER BOX BY MAIL. Sold by druggists. DK. MOTT'S CHEJUCAL CO.. Cleveland, Ohio For sale by Dreior 4 Bro. J SEMP fiO SViOMEY -Mr. II. A. Work, late of Plymouth, who many yonrs ago resided in Fort Wayne, is hero for a hricf visit. LINBEBINO LA OKIPPE COUGH. H. Vaclirr, 157 Osgood St.. Chirngo, snys: "My wife had a vprjr severe ensc of Inyrippo, and it left her with n very Imd cough. She tried n hottle nf I'D- LWK llOKEy AND TAR nnii it gave immediate relief. A liO-ccnt hotlle cure-1 her miijjli entirely." Price 25e and liOc. Pollens 1'olBler null Dreier Tiro. MONEY TO LOAN. AT 6 1'JOtt OHNT. ON OOOO MOKT- GAGI3 SKODIUTY. AI'l'JjY AT l.AVV IIKATON. MI krmge 75 rot cMbMOBiIra. GIVE IT THREE MONTHS' TRIAL In jour own home, we will return jour llb.M you kre not f.rM.! uf ,r .t 19.10. B10.M. Ill.M. in r.llj 4Mcrlbi4 In O.r Itch 'TUlf DESK CABINET U ton srofctoat Talus orfired by muj BEWARE OF IMITATIONS Btr Tertls.unuv ondtr fitmti, with THE BURPICK _________j HIDI, mra THI HAUKBTTneKMTMARERXN AUER1OA, TKOK TilKUESTHATKHIAL r, ndJoiUbie C-SS MiKT ntUT. SEARS. ROEBUCK It CO. (Inc.) III.   

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