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Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 15, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana Underwear Selling! In our Muslin Underwear sale, theire's some prioe^,, to think of^onae garments you can buy pretty cheap. Compared "With iiom^mad», they're cheaper, aad they're better made. Made by expert sewers and machines driven by steam. This sale includes every garment in the house for Women, Gowns, Skirts, Chemise, Corset Covers and Drawers and for Misses' Gowns, Skirts and Drawers. No enumeration of prices necessary. Every garment is sold below value. Choose a pretty dress for a child for small price. Somg^^ are Gingham, Lawn. Madras, some all white, trimmed and plain, sell this way. 76c and 85c Dresses we reduce to 48c. S1.25, $ 1.50 and $ 1.98 Dresses we reduce to 98c. Women's Linen Suits, Jackets and Skirts which have been selling at $3.50 and up to $7.50 each, we bunch at one low price—a bargains—$2.48 CARPBT SAUB GOBS OIN. If you have a floor to recover, now or in the future, a quarter to the cost can saved at this sale. A liberal price cutting goes through the entire stock of €arpets, Curtains, Curtain Swisses, Portiers, Linoleums, Mattings and Upholstery Goods. Handkerchiefs for Women. We've turned a counter cross^se near the entrance, holding a big bargain in Swiss Embroidered Handker chiefs, all fast edges, and pretty. 12Xc, 15c, 18c and 20o Handkerchiefs, sell 7c apiece or 4 for 25c. Delineators, free sheets and Batterick patterns for August are at hand. Note reduced prices on patterns. We are still giving oil painting free on every $3 purchase and upwards. Mr. Winks the talented artist will remain a few days yet with us. TTiose having cards and paintings selected must get them this week. gone to Kome The Rurode Dry Goods Co. Big: Shirt Waist Deal. One hundred and fifteen dozen Ladies' Fine "Fashion" Shirt Waists, bought from H. Levington, manufacturer, 46 W. Main street, for 33%c on the dollar. They come in the choicest styles of Lawns, Percales, Organdies, Madras and Corded novelties. The style and workmanship is perfect. To be placed on sale today and Saturday at Shirt Waist prices, quality considered, never before known. LADIES' PERCALE WAISTS. About 10 dozen neat and pretty styles, well made, would be good value at 39c, Price 15c. (Bvmiti^ ßmiiml FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1898. OUR TEIjEPHONES. Buslnesfl Office • -Editorial Boom» - No. 17S. Ho. eso. Today's Temperature. The Sentinel's thermometer registers as follows: 9 a. m......................... 88 12 noon........................ 97 1 p. m.........................100 2 p. m......................... 98 3 p. m......................... 98 Tbe Weather. Chicago, July 15.—For Indiana : Fair toniglit and Saturday; variable winds. TABLE NO. 1. LADIE8' WAISTS AT 25c. Over 25 dozen Fine Percale and Madras Waists, stylish patterns, fnll blouse fronts, detachablo collars and cuffs, same Waists sold at the beginning of the season for T5c, Price 25c. TABLE NO. 2. LADIES' WAISTS AT 39c. 25 dozen of the Finest Pattern Percale and Madras shown this season, extra fnll fronts, detachahl© collars, new back, would be excellent values at 75c, Price 39c. TABLE NO. 3. A.T 49c. NEWS NOTES. I > 50 dozen Waists in full Percale, Satines, Madras and Corded Novelties, beautifully made, full fronts, plaited backs, same Waists have been sold in the city 10 days ago for $1.00 and $1.25, Price 49c. NOW IS THE TIME And here is the place to buy summer wash goods. THEY MULT GO. 50 pieces summer cloths, in cream and black grounds, a regular 5c fabric, Price 2%c per yd. 1,500 yards figured dimities, formerly sold for SXc, 10c and I2%c, Price 3%c. Full standard light prints. Price 2Xc per yd. 25c Summer Corsets, ISc. Ladies' Vests, worth 10c, for 5c. 50c Outing Shirts for 2'Jc. ALL WOOL (extra super) Ingrain Carpets, 49c per yd. RESPECTFULLY, ABDILL & TAFT. West Berry Street. Pickled Herring, Caviar, Cervelat and Salami Sausage. DUl Pickles: Mustard, Cider Vinegar and White Wheat Vinegar. ^ J. G. STRODEL, 13 Harrison Street. ROME CITY —AND— Return —FOR— 50c. Every Sunday 6:45 A. M. We have Money to Loan on Farm and City Real Estate, at 5, 6 1 -2 and 6 percent. Interest. Loans closed at once. IBE J. F.SCflEL lOiN AND INVESTMENT CO., 95, 96, 27, 28 and 29 T«l0phone No. 485. Office open evenings. I LOANS TO |. Salaried People. (LMIm* of iBeiff tomen) on mm. Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Blair have returned from the east. Mrs. C. I. Biddle is the gnest of her son in Euiialo, N. Y. Mrs. George Crosby is the guest of relatives in Effingham, 111. Mrs. Mary Weidner and daughter Zella left today for Winona. Mrs. Martha Murray, of New York, is visiting in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Stewart have returned from a visit in Chicago. Miss Carrie Glenn is the guest of Miss Bessie Klein in Huntington. Mrs. F. G. Snyder and daughter Katherine, are visiting in Ply moutli. Miss Maude Wheelock, of Leo, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. K. K Wheelock, Miss Daisy Beaher has returned from a month's outing at Lake Maxinkuckee. Miss Leontine Woolsey, of San dusky, Ohio, is the guest of Mrs Louis Diether, Mrs. S. M. Foster and Miss Alice and Miss Maud Harrison leave to morrow for Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Jay McCracken will leave tomorrow for an extended trip through Colorado. Mrs. J. D. Lonergan, of Buffalo, N. Y., is in the city visiting her nephew, James E. Lonergan. Mrs. James Smith has accompanied her sister, Mrs. Esther Taylor, to Chicago for a few days' visit. Miss Mata Elsen, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rothsschild, lias gone to Long Branch. Miss Mary Meyers has returned to Columbia Ciiy, after a pleasant visit with relatives and friends here. Mrs. Dan Myers and daughter, of Decatur, Ind., spent yesterday in the city the guests of Mrs. Robert Harding. The many friends of John Boswell will be glad to hear that he is improving in health. Mr. Doswell is at Waukesha, Wis. Miss Hattie LeMar and Master Ross, Miss Alida Baldock and Miss Emily Williams leave this week for an outing at Rome City. The Methodists of the city will picnic at Swinney park Thursday, July 21. They will start from the Wayne street church at 10 a. m. Charles Meyers left for Schümm, Ohio, today to attend the funeral of his father-in-law, John Bienz, who died at that place Wednesday morning. Huntington Herald: "Col. R. G. Thompson, of the Wabash railway, was down from Fort Wayne this morning. Asked as to the rumor of his candidacy for secretary of state, Mr. Thompson said he had no such purpose. He had received very gratifying offers of support from many sources throughout the state, but his affairs were in such a shape as to make it impossible for him to become a candidate this year. " A crowd of lovers of the dance went to Rome City last evening at 7 o'clock, returning about midnight. The affair was under the auspices of the D. 's of T., which was enough to insure its social success in every way, Mr. and Mrs. Will Reitze, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Randall were among the chaperons, and the Fort Wayne colony at the little resort displayed their approving: connte-xuuices during the érèning. In spite of the lieat in thè city yesterday, it was -cooi near the lake IvreeaseÉ to ^p Óie, -mütz ' and two-«^. and nc^ 0at" Percy Olds ^l|as City for a;i outings Miss Blanche Conlter is the guest of Miss Bessie CJolerick. Master ¡Carl Brown, of Lafayette, is visiting Bro'vra Cooper. Ed. Tiemey, of lAkeside, joined his family at Roine City last evening. J. H. Cassanave has returned to Philadelphia after a short visit in this city. Mrs. C. K. Fairfield and daughter Alice have gone to Dayton, Ohio, for a visit. Mrs. W. P. Cooper and son Brown returned last evening from a visit in Lafayette. Mrs. E. K. Bush gave a thimble party this afternoon in compliment to Mrs. Stillson. , Mrs. Dr. Connell, of Decatur, Ind., IS the guest for a few days of Miss Mamie Steinbrunner. Irene and Pansy Bell, of Decatur, are visiting their cousins, Mildred and Lois Winch, of Wabash ave nue. Mrs. S. A. Provines and daughter, Mrs. Will Provines, of Chicago, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Hench. Ed. Campbell, of Marion, Ind., who has been visiting Charlie Olds, jr., for a few days, is now the guest of Baron Long. Mrs. Q. A. Trieger has returned to her home in Chicago, after pleasant visit of four weeks with friends in this city. Jerome and Claude Matthews Bo-biiya, sons of County Auditor L. J. Bobilya, have gone to Defiance, Ohio, for a two weeks' visit. The W. C. T. U. took an outing to Swinney park yesterday afternoon. A large number were present and an interesting session was held. Mr. and Mrs. Buhrmann and daughter. Miss Myrtle, and Misses Venie and Mamie Marchmann, of Cincinnati, attended the Paul-Kolt-hoff wedding. Guy Smith, of Toledo, will return to Fort Wayne to accept a position in the Stapleford music store. Mr. Smith was formerly employed at the Baldwin store in this city. A very enjoyable party was given Wednesday evening by Miss Frances Shuckman in honor of her guest, Miss Kittie Zulfer, of Chicago. Progressive pedro was the game of the evening and at 11 o'clock dainty refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durnell, while riding on East Main street car 25 thi3 morning, lost a pocket book containing over The purse was found by Conductor Cary, who immediately returned it to the owners, who offered the honest man a reward, which he refused. At a meeting of the board of trustees of the Allen County Orphans' home, held Tuesday afternoon, vote of thanks was tendered the Fort Vv'ayno Consolidated Street railway, also Louis Heilbroner, amusement manager, for the courtesies extended the children of the home at the recent picnic at Robi-son Park. Dr. K. K. Wheelock has sold his pacing mare to Oscar Wobrock. The sale was a conditional one. If the horse could not go in 2 :20, yesterday, the sale was to be considered off, and if the mare cannot go a mile in less than 2:15 before the season closes, the doctor is to forfeit $50. The mare turned the mile track at the Driving park yesterday in 2 :17. The people of Fort Wayne showed their patriotism and willingness to help Uncle Sam whip the Spaniards by subscribing for almost $200,000 of the war bonds. Almost one-half of these bonds were subscribed for by persons who could only buy less than $500 worth, demonstrating that even the less wealthy are willing to take a chance on Uncle Sam's promise to pay, especially when he needs the money to whip some sneaking foreign country with. Do not forget the auction sale of bicycles tomorrow (Saturday) all day in the Trentman block. A.11 Sest City Flour »own to .^4r.4rO Barrel. Large Missouri New Potatoes Down to 70c Bushel. Large New Onions Down to 15c Peek. NO FUÊS aN B Pardon the Slang Exprès-Sion, Which You WUl Say is a Chestnut, for We Mean to Say l^ere Is Great Annual Clearance Sale ^OMMENCDB No Flies on Our Sugrar Counters. No Flies on Our Butter Cheese Counters. No Flies on Olir Meat Counters, SATURDAY, Everything is to JULV be Sold 9th. at Cost. No Flies on Our Bleat Blocks. No Flics on Our Confectionery, Cake or Dried Fruit Counters at THE GREATEST GROCERY. There is scarcely a fly in our store for we have jusfc put in one hundred and sixty feet of a new style fan that makes one hundrec, revolutions per minute, which not only drives out all the flies, but establishes the fact that the Great est and largest and lightest and cleanest and cheapest is also the coolest grocery store in Fort Wayne Now for some competition exterminating prices. There has been quite a decline in wheat and we propose to follow the market right down and sell you Belle Fort Wayne, the very bes winter wheat flour made, at 40 bbl. Rock Creek Mills 1^'avorite Brand next best, $4,15 bbl. Early Ohio Potatoes, ripe and mealy, 85c bushel. Fine Sugar Cured Hams down to 9c 11). Picnic Hams down to 63<c lb. Breakfast Bacon, 9o; Boston Bacon, 6c lb. Boston Bean Pork, 6%c. 2- lb can Excellent Corn, 6c ; 3- lb can Excellent Tomatoes, 8c. Home Grown Celery, wel bleached and large stocks, down to 20o doz. Sour Cherries, third bushel has kets, This is the lowest price of the season. Poultrj^ Spring Ducks, Spring Chickens live and dressed. Our Fresh and Smoked Meat Department Is stocked with the very finest Beef Veal, Lamb, Pork, kettle rendered Lard, mild Sugar Cured Hams, Breakfast Bacon, Dried Beef Chipped Jus't Right, Boneless Ham, Boiled Ham, Cook Pressed Ham, Summer Sausage, la Fresli Fruits and "Vegetables We have everything in season, and are now receiving Red and Black Raspberries, Blackberries, Big Blue berries, Cherries, Missouri Peaches, Georgia Water Melons, on ice. Nutmeg Melons, Acme Tomatoes, Home Grown Roasting Ears, Summer Squash, Large Green Cucumbers, White Plume Celery, Home Grown, large stalks and well bleached. We Will Close By calling your attention to our unprecedented low price of 20c for six thousand Fine Parlor Matches at THE GKEATEST GROCERY, West Columbia and Harrison Street. Bash Block. Best Sugar Cured Hams, 9c lb. Best Sugar Cured Shoulders and Picnic Hams, 6%o. Best Sugar Cured Bacon, 9c. Choice Smoked Bacon, 8o. Best Country Butter, 16o. Fresh Country Eggs, 11c. Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce, can. Louisiana Rice, ic lb. New Sun Dried Peaches, 4c lb. Good New California Raisin, 4c lb. White Fruit House. 5c See H. J. Ash's cost-sale refrigerator add. in another column. Do not forget the auction sale of bicycles tomorrow (Saturday) all day, in the Trentman block. Another Car Oranite Ware. Cheaper than Tinware—We just received a nice assortment of Granite Ware which We are able to sell at much lower prices than former ots. Large Coffee Pots, 15c, 20c and 25c, Large Copper Boilers, 3oo. No. 8 Tea Kettles, 40c. Tip Kettles, 20c and 25o. Large Granite Buckets, 20c. Caspidores, lOo and 20o. 17 quart Dish Pans, 35o. Pudding Pans, 6o, 7c, 12Xo. Granite Wash Basins, 6c and 10c. Liots of other useful articles at low prices. WHmc Fruit Housjb. 17c and 9c and Everyone should supply themselves with a copper-nickel tea kettle when they can get them for 55c each at H. J. Ash's sale, commencing tomorrow. Crasli and r>uck Trousers I^css Tlian Cost. $1. GO grade tliat cost us 87 cents now go at 73 cents, $1.50 and $2.00 grade now go at $1.15, Globe Dissolution Sale, 1512 A. K. Hurst & Co. TRADE BRINCTERS. At Kane's today and tomorrow. Hammocks of every description, the best $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Ham-mocks ever sold. Brazilian Woven Hammocks, $2,75, worth $3 50, Bunting Flags all sizes. Prices greatly reduced. Now is the time to buy a fine flag for little money. Ladies' Parasols, 48c. Silk Parasols, $1.00, best values ever shown. Fishing Tackle of every description. Split Bamboo Rods, 70c. Reels, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Lisle Thread Braided Lines, 75 feet, 8c. All Fishing Tackle' sold cheap. Baby Cabs at special reduced prices. Trunks from $1.50 up. Satchels from 40c up to $5.00. Telescopes from 50c up to $1.50, Dress suit Cases from $1.00 up to $5.00. Ladies' and Children's fast black seamless Hose, 10c. Watches, $1.50 each. Base Ball Gloves, Mitts, Bats and Balls. Croquet, 50c, 750 and $1.00. Do your trading at Kane's. WATERMELON ON ICE Just received a carload of the largest and finest Georgia Watermelons brought to the city this sea-son. See them sell. Every body-buying them at The New Keystone, 238 and 240 Calhoun St. HER DRESS M 3c Lawn reduced from 6o. 5c Organdies reduced from 8c and 10c. 5o Dimities reduced from 8c and lOo. 8o Organdies reduced from 12Xc. 8c Dimities reduced from 12Xo. • lOc Dimities reduced from 15c and 17c. 5o Dress Ginghams reduced from 8c. 6%c Zephyr Ginghams reduced from lOc. 8c% Cashmere, worth 12%c. 19c Henrietta reduced from 25c, 21c all wool Serge, worth 30c. 33c all wool Henrietta, worth 50c, 39o ail wool Serge, reduced from 60c. 210 all wool Novelty Dress Goods, worth 35o. WOLIEII DRESS GOODS. re- All 50c Novelty Dress Goods duced to 39o. All Black Dress Goods 8old at Cost. DOiSTIG DEPflRIiKT. 3%c Unbleached Muslin, worth 6c. 4c Unbleached Muslin, worth 6c. 5c Unbleached Muslin, worth 7o. 5c 40-inch Unbleached Muslin, worth 7c. 4%c Bleached Muslin, worth 5c. 5o Bleached Muslin, worth 6c. 6c Bleached Muslin, worth 7c. 8Xc 42 inch Pillow Casing, worth iOc. 9c 4?-inch Pillow Casing, worth 12Xc. lOc 45-inch Pillow Casing, worth 12%c. 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting at lOc, worth 15c. 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting at 15c, worth 20c. WSIld DEPflRTMEKT. 6Xc Ticking, worth 8c. 7c Ticking, worth 10c. 10c Ticking, worth 12%c. 12%c Feather Ticking, worth 17c. 22c Unbleached Table Linen, worth 30c. 25c Unbleached Table Linen, worth 33c. 35c Unbleached Table Linen, worth 50c. 45c Unbleached Table Linen, worth 60c, 21c Red Table Linen, worth 28c, 25c Red Table Linen, worth 30c. 28c Red Table Linen, worth 35c, AH flSapkins sold at cost. All Towels sold at cost. 75c Bed Spreads, worth $1,00. 89c Bed Spreads, worth $1.25. mm DEPHii HosíefifDepflítiii. Hose, all sizes. 95c Lace Curtains, worth $1,25. | $1.15 Lace Curtains, worth $1.50.1 . » ttÌ i™««^ ri/« »1 o- T „«^ n__-le Ladies Underwear,worth o%o. $1.2o I^ce Curtains, worth $l./ 5. Ladie«' w^Pth $1.50 Lace Curtains, worth $2.00.j ^^^^ Annies Curteins, worth; ^"^ol''^®^^ Curtains, worth! $175 Óhenille Curtains, worth| ^^Xc Ladies' Underwear, worth 25c^n^ain Carpets, worth 35c. ' 'oents' Black Hose, worth M Uunderwear, worth Underwear, worth 48c all wool worth 60o. Ingrain Carpets, m\m DEPARIMENI. 48c Lace Curtains, worth 60c, 69o Lace Curtains, worth 80c. Mimm oui Hosiefy Dw i 4c Ladies' Hose, worth 7o. 83/c Ladies' Hose, worth 12%c. 10c Ladies' Hose, worth 15c. 12%c Ladies' Hose, worth 17c. 19c Ladies' Hose, worth 25c. 21c Ladies' Hose, worth 30c. 12%c. 10c Gents' Black Hose, worth 15c. All Ladles' Waists sold at at cost. All Laces sold at cost. All Ribbons sold at cost. All Corsets sold at cost. All Parasols sold at cost. All Ladies' Wrappers sold at cost. Don't Fail to Attend this Great Clearing Sale, as Everything: in Our Store is to be Sold at Cost. Sale Commenced SA TLRDA F, JUL Y 9th. WIVI. HAHN □B0SÌ303ZI & COMPANV, i Fred I^ndenberger is ill with typhoid fever. J. W. White, of Montpelier, Ind., is in the city. Dr. Siver arrived home last night from Denver, whither he went on a business trip. Lncile Skiduvare, of Charleston, 111., is visiting the family of J. W. Mitten, No. 15 Cass street. Martin Gnau has been given a permit to erect a $1,000 residence on lot 246, Hamilton's fourth addition. Arnold Ebert, representing a manufacturing firm at Wurmberg, Germany, is registered at the Wayne hotel. "AFTERNOON TEAS." Si. Louis, flio., Ladles Serve tlie Jiew rood Delicacy. At some select afternoon "teas" in St. Louis, Mo., the ladies have been serving the new food delicacy, Grape-Nufcs, and it has become very popular, owing to its novel and never to be forgotten flavor as well as the fact that it is ready to serve without any preparation whatever, a most desirable feature for hurry breakfast and luncheon. Made by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Crash Suits Less Than Cost. $3,00 grade that cost us $3.40, now go afe $3.15. 14.00 grade that cost us $3.25, uow go at $3.90. $5.00 grade that cost us $4.40, now go at $3.85. $7.50 grade that cost us $G.OO, now go at $5.00. Globe Dissolution Sale. 15t2 A. K. Hurst & Co. Men's black luster coat, 98c, at The Bell, Mt3 18 Calhoun St. MONEY TO LOAN On real estate or personal security. C. F. PFEIFFER, Rooms 6-7, Bass BIk. 2tf Summer clothing less than cost. Globe Dissolution Sale, 15t2 A. K. Hurst & Co. TO THE CONSUMERS OF WATER. The supply of water today s not adequate to the consumption and for the protection of the city we ask every property owner and consumer to stopall unnec-essarywaste, and use only so much water as is absolutely necessary. By Order Trustees Water Works^_ FRUITS. Blackberrries, Black Raspberries, Red Raspberries, Whortleberries, Gooseberries, Plums, New Apples, Peaches and Pine Apples. Prices low as the lowest at The New Keystone, 238 and 240 Calhoun street. Grand concert, picnic and summer night festival given by the Fort Wayne Turnverein, at Centlivre's park, next Monday afternoon and evening. Concert by City band 2 to G, Games, etc., 4 p. m. liti Men's crash suit, $2.98. At The Bell, llt^ 18 Calhoun Street. earing In Our^ Allen County Abstract company, 33 West Main street. 14tf Straw hats less than half price. Globe Dissolution Sale, 15t2 A. K. Hurst & Co. Negligee Shirts licss Than Cost. 50 and 75o grades now go afe 42c. $1.00 grade now go at 73c. $1.50 grade now go at $1.15. Globe Dissolution Sale, 15t2 A. K. Hurst & Co. Boys' summer pants, 17c, at The Bell, 14t2 18 Calhoun tìt. Bo not forget thè auction sale ,of bteyoZfls tomone^w^ (Saturday) all d»7, ÜI the Tfentmaii block. Eighteen first-class recruits wanted for. the Wayne ti^ue blues. jipply immediat^y to ., W. A. Spice, 14-dt 48-W6Bt< Main Street. The time for sprinkling streets, lawns and gardens is as follows: From 7 p. m. to 8:30 p. m. and from 8 a. m. to 9 a. m. COST SALE Of refrigerators and copper, nickel plated tea kettles. Beginning July 16, and continuing Monday and Tuesday of next week we will sell all refrigerators and ice boxes at actual cost, and the best all copper nickel plated tea kettles, either eight or nine, pitt or flat bottom, at 55c. The above goods will not be charged during this sale, at H. J. Ash's Reliable Stove House. Grand concert, picnic and summer night festival given by the Fort Wayne Turnverein, at Centlivre's park, next Monday afternoon and evening. Concert by City band 2 to 6. Games, etc., 4 p. m. 14t2 Painters' white overall, -with bib, 29c At The Bell, 14t2 18 Calhoun St. NEW GROCERY. Saturday, July IG, 1898, Overdear & Grosjean will open The New Grocery at 145 Barr street, throe doors south of Hope hospital, which will be another one of those clean est and best lighted places in the city. New building—new stock— new everything—where we will sell for cash as cheap as any other place in the city. We have fancy and staple goods and invite one and all to call and see us at The New Grocery. Remember the date and place. Yours truly, wltdSt Overdear & Grosjean. Home Phone No. 1070 Main. We offer honest fcargams in all grades of Wall Paper. Inspect our elaborate stock, which cannot fail to please. Heine & Israel, 7-tf 123 Broadway. Toledo every Sunday via Wabash R. R. $1.00 round trip. 12t8 ^or rentT True Blue's hall, over lo and 12 West Wayne street. Inquire at this office. lOtf AT r,0CWTHE'$1.00. Men's straw hats. The Bell, 1412 IS Calhoun Street. Correct riedicines $7.50 black cheviot suit, special for tomorro and Saturday, at $4.95. The Bell, 14t2 18 Calhoun St. The stockholders of the Tri-State Building and Loan association will hold their annual meeting at the office of the association Monday evening, July 18, 1898, for the purpose of electing a board of directors to serve for the ensuing year and the transaction of any other business that may regularly come before the meeting. G. W. pixley, Pres. C. A. Wilding, Secy. 8t9 Serge Less For Tomorrow. We will receive in the morning a large shipment of Cherries, at 50c per basket. Nice Black Raspberries, 5o quart. Huckleberries, 80 quart, iiice large hqme grown Celery, 2O0 bunch. ! : . Cfhickens, both sprix^ and old, to oi^eir.- / f^/'^'. ■'■i. COVEBD^LB & ARGHipi, 24 Harrison street. Coats and Vests (Than Cost. $4.00 grade that cost us $3.25 now go at $2.90. $5.00 grade that cost us $4.40 now goat $3.85. Globe Dissolution Sale, 15t2 A. K. Hurst & Co. Fort Wayne people going north far the summer will find the Frank House, on Bear Lake, the best place to stop at. The best of accommodations. For terms write to lltG H. W. Frank, Talcott, Mich. Always bring about the desired effect. To be correct, medicines must be properly preserved and looked after. We've the necessary knowledge to make our medicines correct and to keep them so. We never dispense a medicine that is not correct and finished. This feature of our store ought to be an inducement for our medicine trade. FREESE & RANKE, Pharmacists, 88 Calhoun St. Dr. B. A. Stockdale SPECIALIST. Treats Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs and Stomach, Chronic Catarrh, Nervous and Physical Debility. Hours—9 to 11 a. m. ; 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays—9 :30 to 10 :30 a. m. Office, 33 W. Washiagtoa Street FORT WAYNE, IND. KICK! KICK! Yon have a right to kick if your teeth are not satisfactory after yoti have had them treated at oiir otflcc. Come and kick hard, as our work is craarantee » to bo O. K. "VVe trse nothing but the best material aud so can warrant our work. Prices reasonable. lExamiuation and Estimates free. Painless Extractine aad Filling. U. 8. DENTAL PARLORS, 98 Calhoun St. - Fort Wayne, Ind. Drs. J. A. & J. W. Williams, Mgrs, Phone 1178. All $40 and $38 Suits, Reduced"to $28.OO. All $35 and $30 Suits, Reduced to $25.00. All $27 and $25 Suits, Reduced to $20.00. All $22 and $20 Suits, Reduced to $16.00. First=Ciass 1 rimmings in All Suits. Work Guaranteed. J. Q. THIEME & SON, Corner Columbia and Clinton Streets. I HIGH GRADES ONLY. SEE THE EBERSOLE. 34 EAST BERRY ^ ROUND TRIP 8avk your iwoiicy DsvfMtÚmv it With tlM iliaiCtn^ IM ft SìTii«f iMäititi, -S^^ Btfrèy Steseti. Tty OUT N«w ^aò. ffliiwÎM ÍBf.Wí' '99* ■onth. iCatvfw In MT«n«y-aoTWi moBftlu. : ' No I1B6IO MambersUD Fee. ^Af E E IC LY ■■■■>■ ■ CHILDREN'S DAY, SATURDAY, JULY 16. -TICKETS FOE SALE AT — U. Somers, ii5 CaJIionn street (i r(!S3 ife Pelleus, 94 >. alhoua street. J. R. Hoinrich. 293 CalboQa Btroet. B. K. Noll. 128 Broad ;ray. A. Oöolta, 96 Bixmdwiay. • W. F. Beneke. 443 Broadway. J. Brink, 44 Wel J 8 street. H. W. Meinien. 64 Maumee avenue. Li. A. Kramer^ 158 £as| Wasbin^ton aireet. W. I^'.'Waltamath, Xiewia and Hanna stk«et8i ■ ) I f.u. I- . ■ ■ - . - Tickets xnuat be sec ared In ' advance;- There is a Time For Everything! And THIS is The time to be BOTHERED WITH Flies and Mosquitos. For Sale Better prepare for them before your house is full. Call and examine our Une of Screen Doors and Windows AtXHe Uowest Prices, Also Lawn Mowers Garden Tools. and On Easy paments exchange for improved city property. 39 lots on Spy Ron Ave. luqnire A. G. BARNETT, Agt. Money to Loan I EASY TERMS. STRICTLY PRIVATE. Lioans made on bonseliold goods, horses, wagons and other personal property on a "NEW EASY PAYMENT PLAN." Give US a call, No trouble to explain. 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