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Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana THE FORT WAYNE EVENING SENTINEL. MONDAY, OCT. 23, 1899. "Stuck-up" Prices. FIKKIIAU HO. Tlu-r.' a ru two html piiy for di-iital work. On limn wiry ii> matter work yoii gi't. TW ..HUT Is HIL J Uiid-alttild tn us 3 lite us tlit-y should be 1C tlit; Iht-y rri'rm-lit Is :is :is II .infill In IJP. Tltwi HKTUV UK" me- 4 ilium" in'k-i-K-sti-IkliiK H lint- [icliil. liC'Lwi-oii mui-ir >md "just 4 (or. thy .U'fci- work. Our liliiil of woi-k-uiir Ulnil uf jirli-us. U. S. DENTAL PARLOUS, j Di-sJ .1. A. ,1. WllHiiias. Miirs. J Ciilliuiin St. -Tlioiie Undertaker and Embalmer, 17 W. Wayne Street. MONEY To loan on low Interest rates with easy payment terms. 4 1-2 per cent., 6 per cent., 5 1-2 per cent 6 per cent. Rate of interest determined by size of loan and character of security. Apply at law office of Vesey A Heaton. 20tf A Hattersly Son. PLUMBERS, STEAM AND QAS FITTERS. V 48 E. MAIN STREET, Fort Wayne, Ind. To Carpenters, Contracters and the Pnhlfc- .._ cheerfully eitlmatta on Flamblng, Ou Fitting, Steam and Hot Water Keating, Electric Wiring and BMT Pump Work. Q. ABDON CO., B. COLUMBIA IT. Healthy Mouths sweeten the whole system. With- out good teeth a healthy mouth is im- possible., If your teeth require the services of a dentist see me at once. No. charge for examination. Prices fair nnd moderate for good, honest work. E. W. DODEZ, S A. M. Till 5 At. Schmitz Block, Room 8. SECON1> FLOOR. Woman Would Sure- ly Try Mrs. Pinkftam's Medicine H They Only Know, Says Mrs. King [LETTMt TO M "laiu so grateful to you for what jydia E. 1'inldium's Vegetable Com- >ouiid has doiie for tnc that I feel as though I must tell about it. A year ago I was taken very sick. Doctors could do me no good ouly to deaden the pain which' 1 bad almost con- stantly. I got some of j'our Compound and took one bottlo and received benefit from it at once. have taken ifc ever since and now lave no backache, no pain in my Ule and my stomach and bowels are xjrfectly well. I can honestly say that here is nothing like it. If I could ouly till every woman how much good your medicine has done me, they would .urely try it." MABTUA M. KINO, NOBTH AlTLEBORO, MASS. The -way women trifle with health Shows a degree of indifference that is last Happiness and use- "ulncss depend on physical health; so does a good disposition. Disease makes women nervous, irritable and snap- Hsh. The very effort of ailing women o be good-natured makes them ner- vous. Write to Mrs- Pinkham, she will lelp you to health and happiness. Itcostsnothing to get Mrs. Pinkham's advice. Her address is Lynn, Mass. IVf A8ONIC TEMPLE WEEK, MONDAY, OCT. 23D, America's Greatest Popular Priced Attraction, Willard Newall and Company Opening in Henry Arthur Jones' Hnsterpiece, "Th? rUddleman." 20c and 30c. Ladies half price Monday night if seats se cured before 6 p. m. Pfro Arms, e Highest Grade. It fr6m your I Sowing Machine OIL. T For RewlnR ctatnet, Typewriters. ALL, IFFUCTED WITH A CODHH of LONG malting from la-grippe or weal IniiRR, or Ijemorrhafffl9 should try my con el and lunp syrup, ftnoMIudlnoron-fldj', mnd of roots and herba. It lias rover 'beni known to full, Call at 35 Fiirfloh Avontia. 30-1 mo, DR. S. H. HAVICE, Practice Umltrfd to Bye, Ear, Nose and Jhroa OIHoo 12 m nnd from 2 to 4 p. a 30 W. St. U38. The exquisite and Initing odor o Satisfaction .Bouquet recommend! 1 to all lovers of fine pnrfnmei. Try The Sentinel want columns. FALSE ECONOMY. Do you think it pays to buy the best of all other eatables for your table and then spoil the whole meal by using cheap package coffee? Suppose you try some of the famous A I A HIGH GRADE I. II. COFFEES and notice the difference. Sold in bulk only, at 200 to 350 per lb., according to variety. BY COVERDALE ABCHEE, 24 Harrison Street. EDWIN RICH, Deftlar in fancy and Staple Groceries. 254 CALHOtFN SI. Phone 433 Port Wayne, Ind. LOCAL LINES. Eorn, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. daughter. Miss Lenora Kalbacher will enter- ain the J. E. C. club this evening. Charles Marshall, of Boston, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- 3ulloch. Miss May Hedekin is visiting her vother. Lieutenant Charles Hede- kin, of Fort Sheridan. The announcement of the approach- ng marriage of Miss Maud M. Poy- er and Elton J. King has beep made. Glenn McOraw, of Toledo, who has been visiting his parents, Rev. and Irs. McGaw, returned home Sunday i venin g. Dr. J. D. Chambers wns called to Detroit Sunday evening by a tele- jrnin announcing the. serious illness if his nephew. Invitations to the housewarming if the nev: quarters of the Shamrock :Iub, 138 Calhoun street, have been ssued for Friday, Nov. 3d. Miss Goodin, of Des Moiues, Iowa, returned missionary from Peru, South America, was the guest of Mrs. r. S, McCurdy on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCulloch ave an impromptu musicale on Sun- day in honor of Miss May Campbell .nd Reginald Campbell, of LeHarpe, 111. A company of ladies and gentlemen dined at the Randall hotel, Saturday evening, and afterwards formed a theater party to the "Little linister." Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Potter, of New York city, are visiting Mr. and Mrs, M. J- Blitz. Mr. Potter is superin- DEWEY! The most complete up-to-date mar- ket In tlie city. Everything IVew, And Prices Right. Tnchngc and Loose Coffee, lOc up Fancy Cape Cod Cranberries, Oc qt Uncle Jerry's Pancake nnd Buck- wheat Flour, 2-lb. package, lOc. Crystal Drip Syrup, 25c gnl. Nice Large Onions, peck. Poultry, dressed to order. We sell first-class goods at bctton prices. The Dewey Grocery Co 60 E. COLUMBIA ST. ZELT DIDIER, Home 'phone 482. Managers. yWOAEK TO LO4N. At lowest rnte on pianos, horses, wagons, car-1 riages, etc., and leave tho prop- j erty in your possession. Payments arranged on tlu i monthly installment plan or to suit convenience of borrower. Business strictly confidential, i Fort Wwyim I.OMII Co Room 21, Bnss Blk., over First i National Bank, 77 Calhoun. Take elevator to fourtb floor. COME IN AND HEAR The Edison Phonograph. All the Latest Records. Vocal nad InBtruniont.it, THE PACKARD MUSIC HOUSE, ISO Calhoun Street. NG ED by warm ahampooa with CtrftcuRA SOAP, fol- lowcd liy light dressings with COTICUBA, pur- cat of emollients and greatest pf akin cures. Tliis treatment will clear too scalp and batr of crusts, scales, and dandruff, sooUio irrl- tatcdi itching' surfaces, stimulate tho lialr follicles, supply tho roots with energy and nourishment, and produce luxuriant lustioua hair with clean, wholeaonio acalp. Boldtverywharo. POTTER: D.AHnC, Conn pottw. Of llo w to Traduce B. C. GRANMAN, PRESCRIPTION DRUQQIST--V 74 Calhoun Street. Both Phones, Home, 1374. Bell, 32. Mrs. L. A, iWprch'iB visiting with; friends in Chicago. Miss Elizabeth Chnpiu visited for n. few days with friends in Kedall- ville. A reunion of the A. 0. H. will be held ou the second Tuesday in No- vember. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kcplinger, of Canton, Ohio, are visiting friends iii the city. Miss Julia Emmanuel returned from a two weeks' visit in. Chicago on Sunday. Judge Lowry, who is conducting n trial at Goshen, returned there Sun- day evening. Miss Julia Taylor 1ms returned from California, where she visited for the past year. Dr. and Mrs. N. L. Deming are en- tertaining the doctor's father, whose home is in Litchfield, Conn. Augustus, the seventeen-year-old son of J. B. Lnssus, proprietor of the Lake Shore hotel, is seriously ill with heart trouble and nervous pros- tration nt his father's hotel. A TEST EXPERIMENT. Peculiar Power Possessed by a New Medicine. Of new discoveries there is no end, but one of the most recent, most re- markable and one which will prove invaluable to thousands of people, is a discovery which it is believed will take the place of all other .remedies for the cure of those common aud ob- stinate diseases, dyspepsia and stom- ach troubles. This discovery is not a loudly advertised, secret patent tendent of the Preferred Accident In- medicine, but is a scientific comblmi- SWEET LYRE OF AMERICA. ivi-ct lyiv of Anii'ik-a: Full- uiv tliy liiini Killing la'urts uYr with luvt-, joy and I'Wly thy KIrains tMiMil upon us 'mid Nluiitlivrs And like u fond hk-wsitiK wilt with us ;ofll.v, tliy [iitinmir Hows I nut- tin- Uroiul. sllVry M swii ilf tlll'V lltlVf IfO [rlitmiiliiuir iin-l fri-i- of sorrow, 1ml llu-t mid-tiny tin- run by IUTOCS In fin i-vi-r in Bl..ry. Vi- tin- hind 1'k'Si Almighty The lecture on "Education of En- by Miss Gipe, of Indian- apolis, under the auspices of the Home Coterie, at Kimbnll hall, Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Admission lOc. IF YOU WANT TO GO WITHOUT HELP YOTJ HEED OB WITHOUT THE WORK YOU MIGHT BE DOING, KEEP OUT OF THE SENTINEL WANT COLUMNS. EVERYBODY SEES THEM. EVERYBODY BEADS THEM. THE SENTINEL GOES INTO THE HOMES OF THE PEOPLE WHO CAN DO THE WOBK YOU WANT DONE. IT GOES INTO THE HOMES OF THE PEOPLE WHO WA'NT- SOMEBODY TO DO JUST THE WOBK THAT YOU CAN DO. THE WANTERS AND THE WANTED CAN'T AVOID EACH OTHER IF THEY GET INTO THE SENTINEL WANT COLUMNS. See Mme. Mitchell for superfluous hairs, moles and warts. New York Hair Bazaar Tuesday and Wednes- Oct. 24-25. Visits limited. Work guaranteed, SPECIAL NOTICE To Parties Indebted to A. K. Hurst Co., the Globe Clothiers. t Kodak Supplies. surance company of New York. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fearsall, of 22 East DeWnld street, will remove to Toledo this week. Mr. Pearsall, who travels for a Toledo firm, has been transferred to Ohio territory. August Lordier is seriously ill at his home on East Wayne street, hav- ing suffered a stroke of paralysis on Friday. Mr. Lordier is one of the pioneer settlers and he is well known throughout the northern part of the state. Reports from his bedside show a slight improvement. Mrs. A. J. Detzcr and Miss Alice Habecker have sold the greater part of their interest in the Lehman book store to Miss Lehman. Mrs. Detzer and Miss Habecker will retain .1 lominal interest in the concern, but Miss Lehman will conduct the busi- ICES alone. Miss Helen Smyser is home from Chicago for a short visit. On Tues- day Miss Smyser. Miss May Camp- bell and Reginald Campbell will give a recital at Richmond, Ind1. Miss Campbell is an vtclin- ist and Mr. Campbell will be accom- panist for both ladles. Anderson Daily Herald: "Penrl S wisher, aged seventeen, aftd Maggie Palmer, aged ten, who have been in- mates of the county asylum for sev- eral years, have been sent to the fecbla minded home. Both are idiots of the lowest type and have to be kept muzzled, as they try to cat grass, gravel and earth." Mrs. C. A. Meiser, of Minneapolis, Minn, has been in the city for sev- eral days in conference with tho of- ficials of the Humane society of this city. Mrs. Meiser is the representa- tive of the national organization and discussed a crusade to be conducted in this city in the near future. She left on Sunday for Indianapolis, where she will remain some time. Mr. and Mrs. John Watt enter- tained a number of friends at a din- ner party at the Randall hotel on Sunday evening. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. B. White, Mr. and Mrs. Frank KepHnger, Miss Alice Crane and Frank Bond. A sumptuous course dinner was served, after which the party adjoumed to the suite of rooms occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Watt, where a most sociable evening was spent. Guy Merritt, formerly of company C. First Idaho infantry, stopped ovei in Fort Wayne on Sunday en route to his home in Montpelier. Mr. Mer- ritt enlisted in the service a day be- fore Dewey's victory at Manila and his regiment was one of the first on the scene of action from the United States. Mr. Merritt took part in every important engagement in the vicinity of Manila. He contracted a serious disease and was sent home. Mr. Merritt was honorably dis- charged with merit marks and given full pp.yvand premium. He left for his home Sunday evening. Mrs. Seavey and daughter, Miss Amy Seavey, gave a delightful musi. Mile, at the home of Mrs. Seavey, on Saturday afternoon. The guests of honor were Miss Balsey, of Napoleon. Ohio, and Miss Campbell, of LeHarpe, 111. The guests of honor and Mrs. F. A. Randall, whom they are visiting, assisted in receiving. The following selections were rendered: by Nevins; "Magnetic Ar diti; "My Love is Like a Red, Red by Fievne; Men- delssohn's Concerto for violin and pinno; by Wieniawski; "The Land of by Mach- eroni; "The Chimney Schu- mann's "Traiftnerei and Romanza.' After the program the guests were served with light refre- .hments. Mrs. Frank Randall and Mrs. Horace Granger, assisted by a number of young Indien, ssrvod thfi ices. Tlicro were about one hundred mid fifty dies present. tion of wholesome, perfectly harmless vegetable essences, fruit salts, pure pepsin and bismuth. These remedies are combined in lozenge form, pleasant to take, and will preserve their good qualities in- definitely, wherens all liquid medi- cines rapidly lose whatever good qualities they may have had ns soon as uncorked and exposed to the air. This preparation is called Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and it is claimed that one of these Tablets or lozenges will digest from 300 to times its own weight of meat, eggs and other wholesome food. And this claim has been proven by actual ex- periments in the following manner: A hard boiled egg cut into small pieces wns placed, in a bottle contain- ing warm water heated to ninety- eight degrees (or blood one of these Tablets was then placed in the bottle nnd the proper temperature maintained for three hours and n half, at the end of which time the egg was as completely digested as it would have been in a healthy stom- nch. This experiment was under- taken to demonstrate that what it would do in the bottle it would also do iu tho stomach, hence its unques- tionable value in the cure of dycep- sin and weak digestion. Very few people are free In- digestion, but scarcely two will have the samo symptoms. Some will suf- fer most from 'distress after eating, bloating from gas' in the stomncli and bowels, others have ncid dyspepsia or heart' burn, others palpitation or head- and under shoulder blades, external nervousness ns in nervous dys- As we are disposing of our stock, prepartory to going out of business, and as we arc too busy attention to our accounts, we take this opportunity of announcing that all accounts have been placed with :he Zollnrs Collecting agency, corner Calhoun and Berry Sts. (third floor.) All accounts are payable to Chas. E. Zollars, head of the agency, or at oui store. Respectfully. A. K. HURST CO., 3t2 Globe Clothiers. JUST RECEIVED At the Cider Mill, 29 North Harrison St., another car load of northern :rown apples, which make the finest Cider. At reasonable prices by the jug, keg or barrel. Also pure Apple Jelly nnd Apple Butter. pepsia, but they all same cause, failure perly digest what is eaten. have to the pro- Thc stomach must have rest nnd nssist- nnce nnd Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets give it both, by digesting the food for it and in a short time it is re- stored to its normnl action nnd vigor. AJ same time the Tablets ar so harm- less that n child can take them witli benefit. This new preparation has already made mnny astonishing cures, as for instance, the following After using only one package oi Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets I have re- ceived such graat and unexpected benefit that I wish to express my sin- cere gratitude. In fact it has been six months since I took the package nnd I have not Jmd one particle of distress or difficulty since. And all this in the face of the fact that the best doctors I consulted told me my case was Chronic Dyspepsia and abso- lutely incurable as I had suffered twenty-five years. I distributed half a dozen packages among my friends here who are very anxious to try this remedy. Mrs. Surah A. Skeels, Lynnvillc, Jasper Co., Mo. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold by druggists everywhere nt 50 cents for full sized packages. A little book on Stomach Diseases mailed free by addressing F. A. Stuart Co., Mar- shall, Mich. CARD OF THANKS. I wish to thank the Union Life In- surance Company, of Indianapolis, Ind., for the prompt action they took in the payment of the policy, df one thousand dollars my hus- band held in. their company. I Itcni-tily recommend them to the pub- lic. The money was paid by Mr. C A. Goodnle, through Mr. George Reiter. I also wish to thank the traveling men of Fort Wayne for the kindness they showed during the illness nnc death of my husband. LOUISA: KRUEPER. Money to loan ni 6 par cent, on good first nio'rtgage security. 17-eod-tf Pfeiffer, Bass Block, 20t3 BABE BARGAINS [n carriages are to be found at ROACH ALBANUS, tf 11-13 Clay St. FOB furnished rooms at the Y. W. C. A. 1 FOB furnished rooms at 40 Douglas avenue. 21-2 FOB furnished rooms with board Wayne street. 00 Eat 20-tf FOB nicely furnished room, suitable for one or two gen- tlemen. Apply 15 Douglas ave- nue. 21-2t FOB or unfur nlshcd rooms; references required Mrs. J. Hickman, 84 Van Buren street. 14-tf FOB you want money on household goods flee "ad" on sccxmi page, first column. Boom 3, Ar cade, upstairs. 13-tf STOB of 3 largo, new modern residences, two of whicl will be rented at a low price fo the winter. W. E. Doud. 7-tf FOB nicely furnishci front room with board suitable for two; bath room com plete. 19 West Jefferson street, 21-2t FOE 410 Fairfleld nve nue (Homestead Judge L. M ot n low rent to good ten ant. Schradcr Wilson, No. Court street. 25-lm FOB 5-room brick house all newly papered in first-class con dition; located at 39 Madison street. Inquire E. H. Moellering 59 Murray street. 23-eod4t FOB, desirable rooms furnished or unfurnished, wit board; gas, electricity, with privi lege of bath nnd telephone; term very low; evening dinner. Addres P. 0, Box 296, City. 9-tf FOB room can be hn< by parties desiring it on eithe Wednesday or Friday evening a very reasonable price; nice dancing floor in same' building to rent on any Saturday afternoon or evening Telephone 1082, new 'phone. 10-t FOB eleven-room brie! house, with every modern conven ience; gas, hard and soft water bath, furnace, etc.; located nt 46 East Washington street, opposit Concordia college; will lease for term of years. Inquire E. H. Moel lering, 59 Murray street. 23eodt FOB dwelling and acres of land; dwellings No. 10 Fletcher avenue, No. 100 Fnirfiel avenue, No. 63 Biversido avenue No. 410 Fairfleld avenue (Judg Nindo's Qoslien roar; 4 mile's fvom city; farm 142 West Wayne street, -251 Wes Washington stvcoL Sohradfir Wilson, first floor 7 Court street. 20-t You Can If You Want To experienced hostler. Inquire A. Weil 92 East Columbia street. good girl for general housework; no washing. 96 East Wayne street. girl for general house- work at.O. 0. Spaid's. 328 West Main street. 23-4t Jf rent, a house of fi or 8 rooms, centrally located. Address Box 14, Sentinel. 21-tf FOR organ; good as new; cheap if taken soon. Call at 141 Horace street. FOR cottage with 6 rooms and bath room; central and on paved street; price W. E. Doud. 7tt FOR house and 40-foot lot on West Washington, Websterj fine location; "W. E. Doud. 7-tf girl to sew at Mrs. Anna Stndler's, 47 East Jefferson street, dressmaker. reliable young man to clean house. Inquire at 130 West Wayne street. FOR you wart money OC personal security sec "ad" on sec- ond page, first column. Boom 3. Arcnde, upstairs. 13-tf good girl for second work and nurse girl; wages, At 09 East Wayne street. 20-tf position by an experi- enced bookkeeper and stenogra- pher. Address Bookkeeper, Senti- nel. 16-tf you want to borrow money, Bee ad" on ftccond page, first column. Boom 3, Arcnde, up 13-tf experienced cook; also a girl for second work. Mrs. W. H. Hoffman, 200 West Berry street. 21-3t and board in n pri- vate family for man and boy; west end preferred. Address Box 16, Sentinel. and plain sew- ing; drop me a postal card ,ond I will cull. Mrs. Doll, 28 Pixley- Lorig Block. 23-3t printer who has worked at the trade about two years; good wages. Address Box No. 15, Sentinel. 14-tf good German girl for general housework; must corns well recommended. Apply 89 West Washington street. 19-4t having leisure time to work for us at home mak- ing samples for the holidays; we guarantee steady employment th year round. Call Boom 23, Arcade, upstairs. 23-2t to loan on city property r.t 5 per cent., interest; loans closed within 3 days from date of application; supply unlim- ited. W. E. Doud, over Old Na- tional bunk. 7-tf and tea salesmen those commanding trade may make arrangements on salary and com- mission basis, with Al New York importing- house. Address Confi- dential, P. 0. Box 2718, New York. to bind dress shields at home; steady work; dis- tance no disadvantage; ask youi denier to show you Kora Shields and Kora Klnsp hose supporters: Kora Shields snnp on waist with- out sewing; send lOc for catalogue of work. Kora Shield Co., 525 Broome street, New Yox-k. 20-3t to introduce Coffee specialties; ten pounds gratis with sixty pounds flue coffee handsome one pound packages a1 20c; also our patent elevating bin with one hundred pounds coffee, Satisfactory arrangements made, Smith, Brett Go., 197 Chambers St., New York. PROFESSIONAL. DB. MABY A. WHEBY, PHYSICIAN AND STTBQEON Office and residence, 26 Madison St. of Women Telephone 470. Office hours, 9 a. m to n. m.. and 7 to fl m. A perfect extract for the handker- chief and toilet and should at once be delicate and refreshing, stimulating and lasting. These qualities are combined tn tatlifactlon Bouquet Trr It- FOR Lewellyn setter dog, Ity years old; well broke and a fine retriever. H. L. Porter, 42 West Berry street. 23-3t FOR am plnco" lots, West at regular price; come at once to'get' the best. W. E. Doud. 7-tf FOB residence of 5 rooms and bathroom; all new and complete; at a bargain; Bracken- ridge street. W. E. Doud. 7-tf FOR SALE OR large, new, south side residence, on paved street; will exchange for down town property. W. E. Doud, Agt. 7-tf FOB An investment; new central property, leased for 5 years at per year; price this will net nearly 6 per cent. W, Doud. W, FOR EALE Good residence. on West Third street, nnd one on Wefel .street, both bar- gains. W. E. Doud, over Old Na- tional .bank. 7-tf FOR Street church property; 120 feet frontage; this property will be Hold at its fair value; buyers or real estate agents apply to W. E. Doud, Agent. 7-tf FOB SALE OB cot- tage houses and vacant lot, with largo barns, on Eaat Wayne street, near new shops; also farm at Roan- oke. 222 West Washington boule- vard. 21-3t- FOB Oliver and Bwtj Creigliton avenue, new brick Btort room and residence combined; well, built; complete; cloieta; porcelain bath, etc. Apply tg H. X. Wil- liams or to any real wtatt agent, B-tf FOR 9-room houses, new and modern, on Spy Run avenue, at a bargain; easy payments; 6- room house, west end, monthly payments; 9-room house, modern, Fairfleld avenue; an offer; 7 rooms W. Jefferson tit bargran; more bargains to oficxv'lh" good business thnn money to loan at low rate of inter- est. 'L. J. Bobilya, room 32, Block. 2 FOB G'-room cottage- house, with hard and snft crater, natural gait and good ifl house; one block from Lutheran church and school, short distance from Catholic church and rehool, only across the street from public school, and not far from Nickel Plate yards; size of lot 52x150 feet; southeast corner of Franklin avenue and Huffman ntreet In- quire at same. 27-tf Be satisfied with no other per- fumery. Satisfaction Bouquet la the best. Try it. For Bale by all drug- Fort Wayne Tfflst Go. Cor. Main and Court St. PAYS 3 PEB CENT. INTEREST ON CEIITIFICATE AND BOOK DE- POSITS OF AND TJPWABDS. Loans money on Farm and City Beal Estate at n low rate of intercut. Acts as Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Assignee, Receiver, Truis-i tee and Agent. OFFICERS. Hflnry C. President. Samno! M. FoKtnr, Andrew K Huffman, 2nd Vico-Proaidont. OhnriiH A. Wilding, Sooralnrv. William Paul, Jr., Ass't Soorotury. Samnol H. Foster. ClmrlcxS. Uoi-W) VV. I'lsloy. William K. Try The Sentinel want; columns. charlea A. Wilding. F, H. fTmitn, .if.iin r. ivtof, Willirtni ilia Km. KrnastW.Cnok. David Studnbnker.
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