Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1901, Fort Wayne, Indiana or a. money's worth" Sells without premiums. .T.h'e first .chewing .tobacco ever guaran- teed. Your money backif you don't like it. AILITTLE SCHEME the Ssys Never ;Iwo men uere standing together in a Bprridor of a 'poslolfice. One of them happened to notice that a posl-eard held In the fingers ilie other was addressed, to the holder. i "Why, what does this be asked. "Do you address letters- to "In this case, was tlto answer. e and stand ilie fine of two dollars, Iml. of course, she won't allow that. That's all, my friend, uxeept, that the scheme ia worked by hundreds of others, and our poor, deluded wives haven't tun.- bled to it yeL" SOCIETY NOTES. Mr. Charlie Hood is spending to-day ;il Columbia City. Miss Marjorie Olds lias gone to San- duiiky, 0., for a visit. Miss May Kcllcy, of Lima, 0., is the lest of JUiss Helen Mohr. Mr. John P. Morton, of Chicago, is the .Micst of friends in the city. iiss Vitda Parks is the guest of Miss unette Kline at Marion. tep Isabel MeClurc has gone to Buf- falo lo visit the exposition. I The Misses Xoru Gil I ion and Jennie is ,'iho guest of the Misses 'Strap's und the family of' Miv Charles Kohn. Bcrthd -Huestis' 1ms gone to. To- ledo for n visit previous to joining a camping party iir Michigan. Mrs. Jninos Cunningham and daughter .Miss Elizabeth Cuiniiiigiieni, arc visiting at their olil home in Michigan, Mr. Hugo Ilosenwinkel will leave to- morrow for Boston, where ho'will take u of lessons in the European School of Oratory. The ladies of the Winter Picnic club ud their families went to Home City to-day nml will be entertained at the Mc- Donald cottage. (Jraee Hogan entertained a small company of guest? on Tuesday afternoon cmnpliim'tit (n Mrs. Frank Mcttcn- oi Chicago. W. Atk'i-Imvy nnd Miss "Ethel who have been visiting Mr. ami A. JO. HolFman, returned last lo Alloona. Hullor May Huflcr, of (.'mulersporl, I'd., arrived in the city last i1 vcuing and will be thu guests for some lime. 01 Miss Clara Hull. I Mr. and .Airs. C. V. W. Meyer, of St. Louis, will arrive, io-nturrow to spend a few days with Mr. and Mia. P. Sihlor before calling for Europe. Sadie '.IMlringloii. who has been 'u student ul tliu Conservatory of Music i here for a number of months, has re- turned lo Mt. C'armel, 111. "Word has been received from Sirs. Kmily Harding Griswold and Miss Grace i of their safe arrival at Monvillo :1 are now journeying to Glasgow. Miss Man' McDonald and guest. M Agnes Andrews, of Seymunr, Ind., who have just returned from ttn'fTalo, left Hi morning for Home City. Miss Andrews will remain until the first of August The wedding cards have been received in the cily of'the marriage of Miss Love Track Along the Fo The Fort Wayne Southwestern Tra Uon cpmp'any.lius completed the layii of track us far as Koanoke.r The opei lions .'arc hindered by want of men, :an tho company Is. advertising'afc Hunt in; ton for tracklayers, at per .day. HOXCVH3 AWAIT. Xuvitl inoii predict a bright future foi Cadet Julius Furcr, oi who heads this years gratin- ntiiiK cltiE? ut Annapolh with GS3.3H iiuirks out of a 760 for tlic foui vt'.irs' coni-Kc. Better Thin Christian Science' Catilkins, of Lufayt'Ue, which took place Tuesday, ,lulv 2nd. The bride will be leinemhcred by a number of friends in this city when she was a guest of Mrs. I James lrvv on various occasions. Science has found that rhcumali-jm is caused by uric acid in the blood. Tlii.-i poison should be excreted by the Ud- nrys. FOLKY'S KIDNEY Crmfi mnkps them well. Pollens Polslrr and Dreicr Bro. Kan., .July Am .loncs I1'rot-man, daughter of G. 0. Junes, of Jliirdett, ami one of tiie most popular ladies in' llodgeiiian comity, a martyr to Jicadaclie for years. JL has made her Jife a eontinual misery to her. She suffered pains in the snuill uf the back, and had every symptom oi Kidiiuy and Urinary Trouble. To-day .she- is well as any lady in ihc stale. This remarkably chance was due en- tirelv to a remedy recently introduced Jt is calk-d'Doild's Pills, nuny people churn it 10 be an in- Fallible cure for Kidney FJiscasUS, Hhou- inatism and Heart Trouble. I'roeman heard of Dodd's Kidney TiUs, and almost with the first (lose she better. In a week, her headaches ind other 'pain? had gone, she .had eft behind licr all her illness and day.- of misery. A medicine that can do for any one vhat Dodd's Kidney Pills have-done for Isis lady, is very FUR- soon lo be univer- sally and already 'the demand for these pills has increased wonderfully in Pawnee and eouiilics. whcifi the particulars of Frcrnmn's cas- and its CHIT- are known. Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This, preparation contains allot the digestants and digests all kinds of food. Ifc gives instant relief and neve fails to cure. It allows you to eat aii the food you want, Themostseusitive stomachs can take it. By Its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. It Is unequalled for all stomach troubles. It can't help but do you good MLVKll B1IOS. CO. Loilged Iti tie free That Bears the Best Frwt. The ?nys: It rumored that X. J. Xiebolf, who "for icvernl years lias been superintcndf-nf. fur lie Prudentiiil company, with iKichjiwrU'rs in tlii." cily, is lo lie trnna- 'fiTod lo Tori Wiiyiic. ARE YOU GOING TO NEW YOBK. Beginning on July 1st, the Xicke! late Jioad will sell excursion tickcfs to 'ew York Cily at reduced rales with a iheral Flop oil' allowed at Dnfl'alo' to visii he J'an-Americaii 1-Ixposilion. No ex ess fares are charged on any of our rains. Tic-kefs may he procured gooc 'oing and reluming via dill'erent routes f desired. Write, wire, 'phone or call 01 e.iresf. ngent or C. A. AslcrHn, T. P. A. "ort Wayne, Ind., of li. J. JIamiltoii 1'ort Wayne, lud. 104 Don't Jet your friends dii- of Typhoid 'ever. .Brazilian Balin euros quick at ny "stage.' Tell everybody and stop lliu lague. Jiills cvciy bacilli in 43 hours. 'J'lie Gosben Democrat says: "A deal to-day Hosed whereby the -Kews I'rinfiiiij company comes into possession of tho Ooshcu Daily and Weekly Times and next Monday the two papers will be consolidated and issued under name of the Xews-Times from um INCWS office.1' You can never curu dyspepsia by diet- ing. What your body needs is plenty of food properly digested. Then if your stomach will not digest Kodo Dyspepsia Cure. will. II contains all o lliu natural digcstanis. hence must digcs every class of food and so prepare i: IhaL nature can use it in nourishing the body and replacing Hie wasted tints giving Iife; health, slremMh, ami: lion, pure blood and good healthy appe- M'eycr .Bros, .t Co. tEDUCED RATES TO NEW YORK. Commencing July 1st, the Xickcl late Road will sell excursion tickets to ew York at reduced rales with a liberal .op over privilege at Buffalo, thus giv- ample time to visit the Pan-Amcri- ui Exposition. Tickeis may be pro- ired yood going and reluming via' dif- irenl routes, if desire'd. Write, wirc; Iioue or call on nearest agent, or C. A. sliM-Iin. T. P. A.. Fort Wayne, Ind., or J. Hamilton, Agent, Fort Wayne, Ind. 105 Brazilian Balm kills a hoil over night. pply hot lOc. Prevents blood poison. NO SUMMER "DRESS So in business. It's the store that leads all others against which competitors all shy their sticks. "THE BIG STORE'.'-the finest furni- ture store west of the AIleghemes--covenng more floor space and carrying a better as- sorted stock of Furniture and Carpets than any concern In Chicago, Grand Rapids, St. -Louis or will make the coming week a week of great Furniture selling. Buy where you are sure of getting the Best Goods, the Most Artistic Styles, the Largest Assortment to Choose From and the Lowest Prices. FOSTER Furniture and Carpet Company. Looks nuitc so stylish as those madn by G. Schmidt, merchant lailor, 57 lOa Berry street. Full lino of samples. .r. Tony Walker, of East Ponlinc] Mr. J. B. Hunter, of Ossian. was oper- who was rci-cnlly operated on at afed on at Hope hospital -this morning St. Joseph hospital by Dr. K. J. by 13r. M. K. Porler for obiti uction of the Uon'L suffer with Brazilian Balm cures like magic, 10 and 'Jnc. Shcrifl1 .Stout evening son I Hie apod Mr. Amstulz lo his home near Leo. Mr.. Am-iluls is a well-to-do farmer, lint is slightly dcmcnlcd and wanders away from home. pasponyors went lo Whiona Hi ninrning lo parlicipalr in Ilio Foiirih of cdcbraliou. Tlip lion, frenator C. Fairbanks will be Ilie speaker of the rtor. ANY advertised dealer is aiithorize'l I" guarantee BAXXER 'SALVK for eczema, scalds, bums, ;il- cors and any open or OLD SO.UE. _M- Icns Polslcr and Dicier Bro. Mr. Guy Kiiirirk lias returned from wlirre lit- M-cnt to visit hiV Friinlf, who is trcul- ment for a peculiar swelling on his neck. Attorney Will C. Gcakc delivered the Foiirih of July address at lloanoki.-. able to go to his liome to-day. J-'or Hay Fever Brazilian Balm is the cnly positive cure on earth. Use as for L'alarrb, 25 and 50c. Traveling Salesman Jlaxwcll, Miss Jennie JtcCIclInnd and of flio Wayne Drujf companv, have I'nsiqnod their lo lak.: effect ut cuee. Kalamar.oo. Jlieh., is in Ibc city for a few days. DR. E, C. WEST'S Nerve and Brain TREATMENT The Original. AH Others Imitations. Mr. 1'. II. Bamc is in to lake his wife hoim? (o Arlington. She, Bam liccn at Jtopc hospital. Yolerday aftemoon Rome Cily viftifnl by a severe rainstorm. U was the lirsf. rain in two months, and was gre.iLly welcomed. Bless the children. For cuts, bruises, burns, scalds, mumps, measles, and a thousand things Brazilian Balm cures like matfe and is worth its weight in gold, 10 and 25c. Better Icccp.a oflc boltlc on band. General Superintendent. Jolmstone, of Ilie Xickel Wale, and Superintendent of Motive Power McKcnzic passed through the cily last evening en route past, ac- companied by SuperiniondciiL Blair. BANNER SALVE, is more Cnfarrli in (his than all ulhcr disoajcs flier, and until (ho last i supposed lo be incurable. Fir iniiy years doctors pronomurd dibiMse, and prescribed 1 by constanlly failing f Ireafiiifnt, pronounced i has catarrh I iitional disease, and (here constitutional treat men. Cure, manufactured bv Co.. Toledo, Ohio, is'lli nal cure on the markol. I. ally in doses from 10 Tt nets direclh mucous surfaces of the one hundred dollars .1 lo cure. Send for minis. UKXKV, Toledo, 0. Druggists, "fie. are (lie best. the mosiheaSinf: salveir, mo world, The regular program for fhr seas6 wliich opened ;il Winona Ansnnlily Ih week, covers a period of nfLy-nine day STEW DISCOVERY FOH BLOOKPOI WHAT TWO CENTS WILL .DO. II. will bring relief to sufferers from isf lima or consumption, even in thu vorsi This is nbout what one dosu of I'OLKY'S riOXHY AND TAP, ooMs. sn'i ii worth a trial! Pollens roister Dieier Bro. A. C. F. Wiclunnn, of Pt. i? in the cily. Thos. W. Ciirter, of Aslibnro, N. C.. had kidney trouble and one Ijotllo of KOLEY'S KIDXEV CURE ofTeclcd a per- fect cure, and hn says there is no ro'.u- cdy thai will compare with It. PeOi Polater and Breier 5: liro. Sample Packaga, cont'iilnTuR livo days Ono only sold to eacli person. At treatment, with fall inetrac- c or by mail. Red Label Special Extra Strength. it Impotericy, tioss nt I'oivcr, LoaL Maiikuuri, StorlHty or d a bMt >c K. with Guarantee tc euro In w daya. At atoro or by mull. FcllenB A J'olster, druggisti, 81 Ctlhoum St.. Fort Wayne, Ind. Foi BU for 16. For a SUMMER CRUISE take the OAST LINE TO Cleveland Detroit Toledo Buffalo td la Professor William Sihler. of Decoi'ah, la., i? visiting in the city. The piles that annoy you so will be quickly nnd permanently healed if vou use DeWiffs Witch Hazel Salve. Bo ware of worthless counterfeits. Meyer ISros. Co. crp is a c.isc of swirlot fever at- 271 slrrel. Fonr Trip) per Week Botn-flan l-KTOSKKF, "THE SOn." 15D IIULUTII. jeirice on of RipnitMnn nc will durinr Direct conoreiions will bo "it and T0 HACKINAC TO Mackinac Georgian Bey Petoskey Chicago Duluth Toledo, Put-in-Bay, Cleveland, and Buffalo md Dttreea DETROIT CLEVELAND Fare >l.50 Each Direction. Conncctiecl kro in.Jil >t OfrallDlI wiu FjLrlic.1 Trmlni fnr poinu tjilt, Sonlh >nj .Southwell, KnJ Kt Dltroit foi; .llpoiau Nnrlh Nnnhw.it. iiuMtll MJtHT Tltlnj DUK1AU Send Sc. for illtniratud Pun phi nt. IJJr.ii, I A. 1. St'lLLITI, 6. r. 1., DtTItOlT, BU'li, of Ihinlingmn, f.s (In nil over goml llnlm, liOc nnd C. D. WAHNEK'S COMl'OUSD OF SEVEN CUKES, the Grrat Cinwr Remedy, nnd for all diseases of the akin and blood, from Contact and Secondary or Hereditary Causes. Sold by Urcier li ro. llsyor T. Jliiiijjnn, tif Iliiiilinglon, lul.. ami one- of the1 nf I he Court, of Honor, in (lie citj Inf.t evening (lie jnppling of nlninhin Court of Honor, Xo. 2-12. 'I am indeblod to One Minute Cure for my present good health and my life. I was treated in vain by doctor? for lung trouble following la jp'ippc. 1 ook One Minnie Cough Cure and re- covered my health." Mr. K IT. Wise, Mndison, fia. Meyer Bros, Co. iVWitl's Wit eh llax.el Palve should bo .....nplly applied to cuts, burns and eahls. It soothes and quickly heals the njurcd part. There are worthless rnun- erfeils, lie sure to gel Meyer
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.