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   Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               tJTinI i Made all men worship her. Ho wo- man lives who cannot render herself beautiful in the eyes of men. The trouble they do not give proper at- tention to their complexion. Why not try Sentinel SATURUAY.'APRIL OUR TELEPHONES. BnillMM KdttorUl KuaHM Hu.113. Ko. tJSO. Madame A. Rupert's FACE BLEACH stint' nor'li ninth mds Till V, .ntlit-r i >s Aprl 'i n uernlh 1 nr pt sbi n t'T lilt' m F< hub ml '1 illll H G Granger has returned from Bt Louis Brown is the city Miss Alice Fitzgerald bass ert'd trom a wtjek s ilbness. d L Fox and daughter of ire .ruests of C B club be ent-. r (nacv Benov this 1 1 une I bv iltT 111 Ke -id are cuter B' iiid' ol Thi5 fine remedy for all Skin Blemishes is anteed harmless, is simple to apply, and is absolute in its the hard and firm, and smooth as velvet. Thousands, uhose complexions are the reward, gratefully acknowledge its remarka- ble efficiency. We have this in 'I rial Bottles, at 25c. And the Large Bottles, at We have all the rest of her invaluable prepara- tions, too, at our Toilet Counter. THE RURODE DRY GOODS COMPANY, -------SUC< 1 ROOT COMPANY. NEWS NOTES. wi1! leive to n in im Ali-s Maty bho'll troin L mi- has returne 1 has '-jom to her '-raml 'wrents, MEN'S Hosiery Underwear Shirts Ties FURNISHINGS. 4. full line of solid color fan. v and Scott h Plaid Men Host at Tii( carefull v selected -ttxk of 1 ir.d niedmm weight Underwear in i itv It will pav vou to evitnine our l at 25c 50C Negligee and Stiff bosom laundml and unlaundered colored and solid color Shirt- at ______________ f'houa patterns aoaue up in Puff-, Ascots, (strings and Four ir Hands at 25C and 50c I-- Lottie (ii-.ilmm I" vMf I'M UH H MII MirJ is the ii Mr .i.nl Mrs Keilel Miss Hnuv if will If t'lu sfiii-t "VPr of Miss Empk- Jir- JIarv Moadi "f Ki-ndillv ill wax the of her sister Chirles Uivme, this Mm i o11 n n, of uf No M t-liistnin AM.aue Mr und Mrs .loseph Stults of are Msitmsr their son, r, Stult- of the Ninth Tho Ori-tian alliance met at the home of Mr and Mn James Try- thill, at 4 Eist Btttli r street, last emnjr ilissTraeey Guild of Oik Park, 111 n visiting her parents, Sir ami Mrs A D Guild, of Tairfleld avenue Fort Wayne Grand Fnternitv will an ice ere in. s -ci.il at 1 OT in i alliott i street Mur ibso hall, Tuesday, April 19 JLirtm J Rulenonr Ins been granted a perm.t to build a two story frame dwelling on lot Hanna's addition foi -00 I ind Mr I tir'iitr Mrs I Miss Menu HiM.-l.ind on llomliv tor hi several months li.-nrv Link h is ic turned to ('lev e j laud, after a ple.us.iu' Msit p ire'its in Fort  fl i e as coiiimisMon 'irokei m roo-n No Arcati" buildnii? ('our f ntertained last in h  the ot ttw I rooms t fulh Lpstiou, of Washington boule-uird tarnations and fern The Order of the Ked Cross will guo an ice cream social at A O I. W liall, at the corner of and buperior streets, this REHIEHIBER-Thatyonlwenoold shelf worn stock to Everything Fresh and New at Golden's Hat Store, Opjwsito Fruit House Calhoun John hchramra has returned from Lapirte, lud, where ho has boeii Msitinp Lis brother (t M Sfhriium for the past weeks Jol.n AListei -nho was operated on less than three ago for up Auold timo paitv wasguen last evening at the 1 ome of and Mrs Ale's Wilson, of Park i venue An enjoyable time had bv those The Rock Bind coiidit given at the Ruortn-d cliurtli last nyl.t bv the Lill f iinily was one of pntertoinmoiits ever in the ity The laigi -uidieuce present gave a 1 of ami delight with tl'o conceit The m isic from the swinging haip-. and glasses. was sweet and harnnnious Tl t- recitations Miss EstLer G till avd the solos bv Miss Mildred L 11 were cqualh ol! received by tho ludionce howard coan-il, TJoyal Vrcanuui, last evening initiated tho largest 11 IST in tbe history nf tbe order rhe exerciser hciil in Harmon v hail, on "West Berrv anil largel attendfil Invitations h-i 1 been sent to members of tho Royal Vrcaiui'ii in towns and manv ot them responded and were in attendance The Hunt ington council sent eleven repre good, live who brought a whole lot of good Spiritualism. The First Spiritual society meets ;0morrow at 10 30 a m and T -45 p. in m tho hall above tho gas office U II Blocks, tranco speaker and test medinm, will serve tue soeietj who will give his wonder fnl readings't e-auh meeting 'Ihe public w invited hildrcr shLeum at Juries F1SHIXU Mills' celebrated makes, the only first class tackie in the market. Prices as low as inferior goods. Headquarters for base bal! goods. Fishing tackle rt p i.red a'.d lods made to Live minn n tor _ _____ <_ __ REFRlGEMfOift! present W XV Reed landlord of the Hays house.it was m the cl'v today visiting his brother, Ed Heed, of the New AM.'inf and tninsict- my some Mrs M B Ocorshne and Mr-, Mc- will be reidy to return to li's homo in a few days Miss Laurd Peltier and her The ('arpsnters umor. will hold ilis.s left toilay for Li- an open meeting next Monday even favette, where they will visit a ing at their hill on East Mam s.troot short time before returning to All carpenters are invited to attend j school in Indiaiiapoli- Two ot "scarlet fever were re I Mr and Mrs George H Hopkins, UU L11.LU llinju pendicitis, is improving rapidly and Intosb last evening entortamul the ported to the board of health yes- of Ithtoo, Calhoun fatreet Every Transaction at This Isthe Forerunner of Many More. are supplied with all in the grocery and provision line that the market affords, or the most fastidious taste re. cmitfis Meats are wef ally selected, and I take pride in being able to furnish the best m the market Cheaper meati are sold but NONE BETTER. Money Spent Here is Well Spent. Caicfully selected Quean Olives Imported and Domestic Jams Jellies and Canned Goods are brands of National repu- tation. If yon want the best, you will always find it at JOHN N. PFEIFFER'S, Both Phones 378. 4CMUW Berrv Street terdiv They are located, one at jsaud the other Charles street j Dr d W McJ-askey has decided to abandon his cottage on the St .Toe river, and the work of building a new cottage at Rome Citv will be- gin Monday None Beandhel, of Spring- field, Ohio, is the guest of friends on DeWald street Later Miss Beau- dhel will gn to Rome City, where ohe will spend the summer thepirentsof Mrs Amslie, arrived m the i itv yester- day, bringing their little grand daughter, Helen Amslie home with them Over Coming Life, or the Cause of Righteousness and Tern perance a (Crowing Power be the subject of a special sermon by Rev 3 b Ainslie, m Plymouth church Sunday evening The entertainment given by An- thony Wayne post, o A R last F F cltib and tho board of man agers of tbe Re-cne home at the home last evening Mrs J M Dmnen and daughter, Miss Celeste, and Miss Winifred L'allaban hme leturned trom bt s ot tho WtwK thcv hive been Milting Jliss Helen Om- nen A beautiful dancing party uns given at the home of Mr and Mrs Clark Fa-irbank List evening for their daughter, Agnes, ho enter- tamed over fiftj of her schoolmates, and friends There will be a choru- rehearsal cheer and fellow feeling with them anil helped miteiially in tuak- tLe moot ng a success Those attended from Htntington Messrs Morton Tnttle W J I" Smith, AurdmM burns George Barter, (ierrge Anct, Harrv hhroyer, W H Rockafeller, .1 F Itot k.ifeller, Thomas Hawker and Sam Harris Charles Moore, of Chicago, was in attendance, as were members from councils in Michigan, M isaachusctts and York After tho work of the evening the order indulged m a social session anil n banquet wis served council il u member-, their orn C. H. filler's. Sportsman lot.' '0 Mnm Ht IHTiSLEY'S "HKtl (1OFFEK. It is whiit vou want, A first c-la's .vrtif'o at 11 moderate price Best service in the city at the Wellington. Sunday dinner from 12 to 2 o'clock e .mil ill Ot will if you send vou caipi ts to tre Ziinmer Oarjwt Llean ing C Phono l1" By reque-t ot parrons, the Wei ington Cafu will sei e bondny dm uer from 12 to J JO, .ilsu limcheo will be serveil trom 5 30 to t -A) ATTENTION, WHEELMEN1 of (lip jilitto1 tf The Bargain of the Season. Our assortment of Ice Chests and Refriger- ators is complete, ranging in price from to Call and inspecMhem. Seavey Hardware Co., hole Agents tor tl o 1'airons Born   D D of Fort Wayne On Tuesday evening there -will be a being Best service in the city at the Wellington. Sunday dinner from 12 to 2 o'clock. Wall Paper a roll, gilts at White blanks at Ic o a roll All new stock to select from at Wm Pape (IRADB Full strength AH wheelmen m- N Hi- vrox Pres ,H, Bee 1V2 rs HIGH COFFEE. flue flavor. roasted, medium price LIBERTY! Fort Wayne, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 29th, at Princess Rink. set area one wee't in advance at tho Avelme Houso Drugstore Virfurth-r ctll or address John A Scott, 10 Ejst Berry Street, F W Wayne, Ind. J foi. HLOUIM. We invite you to tall and see our novelties ill Wall Hangings for the spring We have them bou, 110 Barr strett. between WavneiBAtiDADs. IXUR VIS" DCMMS and Washington streets Home ORIENTAL TAPESTRIKs, all the 423. 1216 deep shades in REDS, BLUE3 BROWXh, to mauh the ne >v colors in wrpets All shades of INURAIN'S RAV. LEATH Wll gooil lafin're on 11 li1C ER EFFEtTs, CINDEL1ERS Sucii a complete assortment ran fish banquet of the season last even. ing. Several of tha members were ont along the banks of the fet Joe rner and caught enough of the finnv j tribe to make a liiye banquet for the entire state. not be found anywhere cUc in Fort Don't forget Miss Lowry's! tliH llie'ms TOU Cjn be great auction sale of dinner without iets, toilet sets, lamps, jar-' Mt tf KE1L KnL' diniers, cut glass, fancy china, ornaments, etc., 22 W. Berry St. Mr and Mrs Ernst i'atil are the proud parents of ,1 aiee little Uiby which came to their home yester- day The father, the well known poheeiiiiin, was oil duty .ill day ing to fit the little one with a belt, helmet and brass buttons Lndics j Wishing to wheel for Sunday i can leave order m advance and be to secure a whncl Call 'Phone Long's, 'li'Vi Ualhoun 8t BICYCLES..... Yon can bny, sell and evhanse all kinds of bicycles at 176 Cal honn St, UOLDSTINE'fc, PLACE Telephone or drop me a postal card SOMETHING honor of Misq Lola Purdv who is going to leave for her home in Al- bion, Ohio Tne Fort Waj no guards havo re ceiveti some encouragement from Governor Mount, and Captain Hushes asks THE SENTI.NFL to state that headquarters at No East Mam street will b' open all day to- morrow to receive A meetuiE of the district cabinet of the Epworth league, was held at tho Bjrry street church Frulav j of the late W L Fort Wayne The popular meeting, at which the fol- lowing addresses will be given the Rev E Da- vies, of Fort Wayne "Over Land and by the Rev J T. Orton, of Lima, "Oai by the Rev. Ralph Ward, of Albion Tho Huntmgton News-Democrat "W A Zeller, sr tbe shoe mer chant, received a walking c me, a gift from the widow and son MAY TOUCH YOU- TVny to DrlrR In the Dnlne Sen- Dame Nature and Damo Fablnon decree, that at this time of the year our winter apparel should be laid aside, for now the heavy coat begins to feel burdens-nip and show signs of wear, and we mstmftivelv desire something new Where may vow desiro be more peifeetlj gratified than HERE EVERYTHING that is new ami desirable s SUITINGS, TOP COATINGS AND PANTINCS are herein endless vaneU md the prices for first class stylish, perfect fitting clothes ,iro the lowest in the titv heeour lines of in besots, fxoUhos ,tnd made to vour order and m ule t' fit at Kme Cb Mot ami I'.intingH at (ail inspect our superb stotk 1! be glad to show vou whether to purctmsi or not fl 9 v f Popular Tailors. 52 Calhoun St. evening, to make arrangement for holding the distrit t (onvention The convention will be held m this city June J7 ,'8 and at the Berry street burch (4eorge hcboopf a voiing man eighteen years of age, who is em ployed by Charles Gepbart, a farmer living five milebfiomtiie city, came to town to consult a phy- sician Ho wan ailing and his svmptoms were not definite While in the city, however be was taken worse and had to be removed to tbe St .loseph ho'pitil Last night he had developed marked tvphoid fever lymptoms and was very ill Onpnf the most enioyaWe events given by the Soaal Aid society was ho one Thursday afternoon at the esidence of Mrs- tasey on Bait Vilhams street Mrs Frank Iten was the guest of honoi, it being tbe time she could V-with them as he is moving to to m.ikt- place her future home Mr-t Iten wai one of the oldest of the club ,mil as a token resnoct ami remembrance tbe uernliers presented her with a landsome chocolatf s< t 'I Inn S.iturdiiv Al'tei Strawberries, (Juart, I.et- fine Apples, i'Oc eat h Ripe Florida Tomatoes, It Home drown Spinach J k Rhobird, burn hi for Kk Hndishes and Onions ,'t bunrh New 1'cis, MC v qt Honda .1 p Now Havan i Pota'oen, IV Camahuu, of ___ cane was the favorite walking stit L of Mr (Jama- ban during his lifetime and was pre- sented to Mr Zellerm remembrance of tbe pleasant business relations tint existed tetween them for n period of more twelve years Coming from the source it did, Mr, Zeller doubly appreciates tho gift and will over cherish fond recollcc tions of him why Used it before him Wlnit Is lour Ccrtiliintc Num- ber. If your certificate numlx r is one of tlin following v our stock in thi Tn State Building and Ixxm asso ciation will m iture v ith April pay _ 11 Mi Amount matured iime .fin 1 'si7m the last fonrtet n in mtbs Amount I OOi 0 l'l _ 1 '10 1 I'1 1 ir 1 Of. M, if IIB Calhoun Strest 1'or the We bave all new 3s fetvle v heels for rent Leave orders m advance THE BOSTON DENTISTS Have opened an Office Permanently At 1'A Ca'houn Street, i Y'NTII! ONLI Teeth Extracted Without Pain Free of Charge. Set of Teeth S400 Best Set S.S. White 6OO 22k Cold Crown None 4 00 Other Crowns Cold Fillings Silver Fillings 6Oc Cement 8fc Bridge Work Our Specialty 3.50 TEETH CLEANED FREE OF CHARGE. H i.' to n DO tnn __ 11< -inal rn tho pr tr-tVlun tl f Lbi- TP 1 e tifl r' u pat. ot   aud i: to til Ki'iet and i'' Remember mike tlife price? tur a "hi rt time on'u and jou set a -mt'en cuarautee flail' i id He oar work We tell you einctlj w bat j o ir unt on tho lamoui Dollar Mont'ilv plan fast or slow 1'nll ot n'Vcei for par tionlars Ttn BinrpTtf, A. ASK> CIATIOS. Comer Berry and Court Afreets Itrlrt In the When ou read tins flrtide think about yourself and n't someone else The journal' Life and Health' iys, "Among the more common vil effects which result frjm the of tea or coffee nrodyspepsia oimne-fs, insomnia, heudache, ipennlly s-iok headache) bilions- palpitatna of tbe heart, ab orinal action of the liver nnd con- ipation Doe-t not common sense ppeal to you to leave off drugs 'tea id coffwj and again drink in the divine sensition of perfect, bound- ng healthJ Hard to quit Havo Poitnm Food Coftee .served n place of thu regular nnd m 10 ays yon Und coming back the Id feeling of strength and physical [jeaee that m ikes life worth living This liiiuid food is made of se- octed parts of tho core ils rl'at go lire? tly to r( build the broken down .jrvo in brain and all brongh thp human body, making a strong hot it and stomach, steady nenes and clear complexion Packages at 13 .v cents Morning Musical Concert. Mr Arthur Beresford, the enn neiit baritone, -who appeared in this :ity with the Clementine KeVcre concert companv, will give n recital at Temple theatre Tuesday evening under of tbe Morning Musical Members of tbe society mprc'Hnl their membership and gneit tickets at oflifi: in (.hanfte for seats oneort open to the public Reserved riO cents office open at J a m Monday raMiiriH. B Fit  a draft tor ton tlioti sand MO the .unoant of an insurmro policy carried by Jamos W t Mr '1 c'l Ttli and in nine day t! money SPECIAL GUARANTEED S3.00 DERBY HAT. Spring Styles Now Ready 50 CALHOUN STREET. I SUNDAY GAZETTE. i Full a "pt-cialtj 01 r n ju z i it.il Pirl v- Hi" r i i t 1 e tht eJ i i or hi d af ft t tect i ,n nn i Teeth Untfl rprwr. LAD1 DENTAL PARLOfiS, OTBB MOKDHCRST DBl G .STOKt Calhoun St. liavinj? proved to be J'cct Cure for Coughs, Colds i Grip it behooves voutotiv Or. Hum" phreys, Specifics for other maladies They are the perfection of cure forhpumatism ard lumb.igo, for Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Weak Stonuc.li fnr Infants' Diseases, nnd Whoopins. Coun'n, and for Tem.ile complaints they are true medical treasures Specific Manual to be found at or sent free, tells all. ill 'en' pripul tut r Hump1. fits Mc'li DRINCESS RINK....W The entertainment in this _____ ____3 given SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 16th by I 1. DE Holders of reserved wats tuill be heats at the Kink (sale of reserved seats-at 10 ami 15 ear-b will lieRin Tnday Report of Declaralioa DON'T MISS for tli" Donnnartl nc ui N ivnl i This the eHMJt size and shape of the lOc tha-taellafor 60. Made by W KA8TKN ft KOHLMEYER. Calhoai R met. MONEY! MONEY! Apnl at 7 a m .it Woodworth's store Tickets for admission will also bo on wile at 30c each, including re- served seat tflour mill Collcc. All City Flour It T.Jbbl A XXX Coffee 9c Ib Lion and ArbmUe 1C' Ib Our best Bulk l-'clb For Mother and Child. The bath is the means of develop- ment, health, goodnature, cleanli- ness for every member of the family, and to teach the children dainty and cleanly habits it has no eqwil. Expense has nothing to do with it Yoti can bring np yonr family bet ter if you havo these facilities and our work 13 not expensive, anyhow. It s the best lo be had Best service in the city at the Wellington. Sunday dinner from 12 to 2 o'clock. (SAND GYNNASTIC ENTERTAINMENT April S3, At tte MUIODIC Temple. 8. CAWIER- 2H7 E Tjevm Street Dyspepsia, ctifftd i ri-i lm.ni nffrr fleRrtbam, On9. nil Stomach Tisor tnit cnrwt CiroTdt (irMmm'o Itymtp- tif a ipocinc dme ill nnd i- rtouot A 90 cent bf eonriiiHt tlw> mmt llione 672 68 Barr St 1 LOANSTQJ. Salaried People (Ladiet! or Gentlemen) on their own A. C. COCKE, MONEYI MuMT Uw run lotwwt. .ffiiMr OB MWd to ekw IMIK naffcwuMt "BUMMEr BAKING Kitchen Gardening mist T line of delicious biscuits-. caksg awl "Hummer" Bating Powder nccording to direct- ions, on cans. The Hammer is pure, henlthy and effective Pold by all leading grocers Ma do by The Hummer Mfg Co. Fort Wayne. THEATRE. April 16 The twit i ttmat ronnn'ir actor W iH POWER Do you want to borrow The Tri-Btnta will loan yon money on the fannrns dollar monthly plan, pay fast or for per month. BKST FLAVIN THE WOULD. bhonld call aw office for the best plan to tS25.000.00 of stock matanp in five Call at office lor fall particulars COR. COURT. Tri-St ate Building and Loan Association, M. M. PEUMADORE, Fifteen yearai experience ni teacher of Mollenhaner, the VioUmst of Now York City i I   

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