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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Newspaper Archives Mar 23 1905, Page 10

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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1905, Fort Wayne, IndianaThe fort Wayne journal Gazette. Thursday Koronin March 23. 1905. Suffering women grateful his. Dawson restored to vigorous health by butty s pure malt whiskey heartily mends us use to All women who suffer from nervous break Down. Inks. A. Rawdon. Ita Ysl. 19w. For Over a year i Lave suffered intense agony from nervous debility and prostration. I could neither cat nor sleep and was reduced to a Mere Shadow. The doctors recommended various kinds of treatment none of which helped me. They finally put me on your bully s pure Llast whiskey and in two months it completely re stored me to health. I am appetite is Good and i have gained rapidly in Flash. Iain very thankful to be Able to recommend your Medicine to ail mis. A Dawson 310pleasant c. Duffy s pure malt whiskey builds tip the nerve up the heart gives Power to Tia a Trengali and elasticity to the Muscles Richness to the blood and stimulates cd Chi tin. It rings into action All Thev Ihil digestion perfect and enables to get from food All the contains for overwork to m in tired nervous delicate Ivorsen acid sickly Chil Dren. It is a promoter of Good health and longevity makes the eld you Gaud keeps the Young Duffy s pure malt whiskey cures coughs colds Cigar re grip bronchitis consumption and All diseases of Throat and lungs. You Josie druggist or grocer for Duffy s pure halt whiskey be sure you get the it s tie Only absolutely pure medicinal a Hisley and is sold in sealed bottles Only. Look old on inc Label end Maji sure the Seal Over the Cork is not Bruckn. Pries duly malt Bis Rev con pan Rochester n. Good morning. Kead his before Breakf Cist it will Sharpen your for Good things we have of them in our 1 or wish info spoils store. Allt to Good things in Spring whirls und shirting have arrived Oil display. Collars in Sikos. P. A Kuttner custom shirt maker Ami men s furnished. 1028 Calhoun Street. Link is the Pioneer Auburn woman reached Ripe old age of years. She became a resident of Auburn when its voters numbered if honoured name. Special to the journal Gillette Auburn ind., March olt lest inhabitant of Dei Talb county passed away to Day when mrs. Samuel link died in Auburn in her ninety eighth year. Her Maiden name was Susan Lantz. She was born in Bedford county. Pa., feb. A 1sos. She Niox etl with her parents to Richland county. 0., in 1818, and on the 30th Day of june 1s27. She was married to Samuel link. In 1s53 she with her husband moved to this county and settled in Auburn four years after the town a i been platted and at a time when the voters numbered Only fifteen. Here she has since resided. March St. 1s77. The husband Samuel link died at Tho age of seventy three years. She is survived by four sons. John. Jacob Joseph and George link anti one daughter mrs. David Thomas Ages average seventy years. Twenty five grandchildren Twenty seven Greta grandchildren and four great great grandchildren also survive her. Her family Are of German descent and have been remarkable for their vigor and. Vivacity. The Lantz family came to this country Early in the eighteenth Century and formed a part of the German settled in Pennsylvania. Link s Grandfather Christian Lantz was a revolutionary Soldier of Valley forge Fame and served As a pay piste r in the army of Washington. Grandma link retained her remark Able physical and mental vigor to the last and when the end came it was peaceful her death being caused by her old age. The funeral services will be held Friday at 10 a. M. From the lutheran Church. Against licensed saloons. The picture of revolver was drawn Ai the the Ira Titis of the minister Are Couch icel for his safety. Pensions for Indian ans. Long list of applications approved at Washington. Washington. March pen Sions have been issued to the follow ing Indian ans t. M. s. Moore. E. M. Whitsitt ?10 Ralph Ashley g Brown l. H. Smith h. J. Davis. P. Vaughn Peter Lockey Emmett Langston William m. Sines. Cornelius Horn Shi Casper Schmidt Oscar Jackson j. G. Mcclurkin ?24 of p. H. Bemer Leo o. Church Jona than Alfred Cox Eugene Parmen d. T. Parshall Mary a. Fred l. May Iier a Josephine Steele. Hehry sudden Oeveste ?12 g. O. Doll. Mcgill Clarke. George West r. U. Kill her. B. F. Lan Caster sit Joseph Varon. A. M. Robertson Albert Allen a. W. Mendle William a. Dusenbery. H. H. Wiseheart. Samusd Herron e. C Johnson. Col Lins Griffith f. M. Johnson Eliza j. Cassman Isabelle j. Cook. George t. Reynolds George Forbes .1. C. Bennett j. M. Van Voorhis Martin Ehalt Alfred Hirschfield Henry Cook Fountain , j. C. Davis Noah h. Reasoner. Gilbert Harris. A. H. Crannell. Wiliam p. Rodenbaugh Joseph Low John Johnson. E. R. Huff m. R. Tucker Geo. W. Growler Michael be Kamloski a. J. Henderson Daniel Campbell a. F. White Charles Brownell Robert Hole Man o. P. Lindsey. Elizabeth Schuck Elizabeth Wesley. Mary f. Rice Rachel m. Hick Man. Mary e. Cook Lucy Boyd. Mary Wilson s12 Solo Mon Allen Ida h. Jordan or. Redelsheimer found insurance policy Safe. Stie civil to the journal Gaz Euc Monroeville. Ind., March or. D. S. Reel Elsheimer. Owner of the Bui dings destroyed by lire last Satur Day morning. Very much pleased Whei the Sai c was opened monday to find a insurance pol icy on the buildings that he thought had expired. Or. Redelsheimer will erect a couple of business rooms on the old sire As soon As possible. A Aew drug store will also be opened hero a soon As a room can be secured Al though the proprietors will be in. Not known. Messes. Ervin Wright will not re sume their former drug and general merchandise business. Henry e. Moeller Dies after illness. Of grip. Was stricken by paralysis years ago and was rendered an invalid and unable to walk gave by Aid of crutches. Are you wishing for a flour i Complete sat is Adion not Only in Price hut. Also in Quality not Only lit for dread Bak ing but. Also for All kinds of cakes Ami All the grocers of fort Wayne Hare it. Try Sesit s brands Silver Dollar or hungarian pro these flours Are made of the burst and Healthiest wheat obtainable not chemically bleached nor whitened by the use any secret ror whitening give Thorn an artificial color. Ask for these brands and you will not be deceived. C. Tresselt sons. Men and women. A Fol or Imilce Runions i Jiin smrt flip l Zatrin . Bent poisonous. Told by sen in Plain ii propane Lor circular event on revue at. Ads. Bring results. It has been proven time and again. Try them. David Frame j. W. Alexander .1. R. My chore a. F. Stock Well. J. F. Nixon Abraham Mote Leo h. Morgan Litsey j. D. Vanlear t. I. Suoi grass. Robert Hedges s. P. Arnold Grant Luce a. V. Abbott. Frank Robinson Daniel Biliman Joseph Dimit Ida b. Granby William j. E. Ward Daniel car Ter m. J. Wilder .1. P. My Calitr Mary m. It win m. D. Harris Rockwell. A George Moslander Sylvia work Minerva b. Warden Berna Ilina Dormer Emily r. Babcock Elizabeth Harlow Henry e. Moeller fifty nine years of age and who for Twenty one years was unable to walk except by the Aiea of crutches died wednesday afternoon at his Home. S25 iwo St Haiti Street. Though an invalid for More than a score of years or. Moeller was in his usual health until a week ago when he became ill of grip. From what appeared to be a trivial complaint his condition grew rapidly worse and for several Days before his death it was known that he could not recover. Moeller was born in Prussia nov. 15, 1842. He came to fort Wayne in 1sc9 Anel secured employment at the Hoffman Bros lumber Mills. About. Twenty one years ago. When he was the Foreman at the Mills he was stricken by paralysis and the attack left him a helpless invalid. Previous to that he had been Ati unusually Active Man. And his incapacity weighed heavily upon him though he bore up under his mis Fortune with great fortitude. He is sur Vived by his wife and the following children Gustave Moeller who is employed at the Frank store Edith and Carrie Moeller and mrs. George Todd a brother Herman resides in this City. The funeral services will be held sunday at 2 p. M. At the residence and at at St. John s reformed Church the Rev. J. H. Bosch officiating. Hanes. William Franklin Hanes aged thirty six died at o clock wednesday evening at his Home 13yo Guthrie Street from tuberculosis. He had been ailing for three years and was unable to work since last september. Or. Hanes was nearly thirty seven years of age and unmarried. He was born and lived most of his Aboite town ship. Surviving him Are the following Brothers and Sisters Peter Henry Wilson and Tilden Hanes. All of Allen county mrs. George Mills of fort Ayne mrs. George Kehler of Arcola and mrs. George Claar. Of Hartford City. Mrs. Alphonse Corbat. Of Aboite township is tin aunt of the deceased and an Uncle George stole. Lives at the Marion a outliers Horvic. The funeral will lie held sunday i afternoon at o clock from the Resi Dence the Rev. Rick Ort officiating. Interment will be at Bullard s cemetery. Schukel. Special to the journal Gazette new Haven. Ind. March Ai Leo the eight weeks old son of or. And mrs. Conrad Schukel. Died Here this morning. The funeral will be held thursday at from tie St. John s Catholic Church. Joseph Tilrey purchased yesterday though the e. Gregg Davis real is Mossman in about preacher Reed in danger. Tate Agency the William farm of seventy six acres township for granted by state Board. Opposition to licensed Saloon has aroused bitter enmity. Waterloo ind., March til recently there have been no saloons in Corunna the smallest town in the. County. Now the drink eries Are operating under government License. There Are others wanting to do a wide of on business. The Rev. J. Reed pastor of the 51. E. Church has been Active in suppressing the illegal traffic. He has held protracted meetings and has bed a Plain spoken j in condemnation night while himself and wife were absent at Church and his children were alone a masked Man entered and ransacked the House Flesnik their protests. To found a purse containing s35, which to appropriated but it was wrenched from him by errand reel. Fourteen years old who Rah out doors yelled lustily for help. This aroused the neighbors and the thief fled. Last night there was ail attempt to hum or. Reed s barn but the fire was Dis covered in time to Avert loss. A note was Ninne a to the Tail of tie family horse threatening the life of or. If he circulated a remonstrance teachers professional licenses is sued Good for eight years. Indianapolis March state Board of education has granted professional teachers licenses to the following applicants Charles h. Brady. Royerton Dela Ware county Joe e. Co Horn St. To station. Dekalb county c. C. Cole Man Green Castle d. W. Crouse greens big a a. Dayo Kewanna Fulton co Timity or. E. Dinsmore Val Paraiso e. E. North Manches Ter. Taimsh county Samuel goodly Parke county Guy c. Han a burnetts Creek. White county Lineas n. Nines Union City j. H. Valparaiso Belle m. Neal motion. White county g. 13. Rogers Thayer Newton county w. H. Roper Columbia cily t. H. Slone Ciller it. Var non John c. Warmer Ami county b. A. Winans Berne. Adams county. These licenses Are Good for eight Vears. Stomach Sitters d u r i n k Tho Spring months no Tome should Corr be without a bottle of Tho biters. Past experience h a s proved that i dose in time has saved Many 2 Ion Siek spell. It cures Spring fever general debility indigestion dyspepsia. Nausea. Colds or la Grippe. Fair association decides to offer More Money. And make Speed program the Best yet directors of organization elect officers and name depart ment Heads. The recently elected directors of the Allen county fair association at a meeting last night in Tho offices of the fore Wayne Trust company decided to increase Tho racing purses at the com ing fair. The purses will be made Large enough to insure the Best Speed program seen at a county fair in this Section of the country the officials say. Officers of the association were elected As follows John c. Peters. Vice president Fred j. Haydu. Treasurer and assistant Secretary e. H. Mcdonald. Secretary or. W. F. Myers. Executive committee p. J. Hay Den d. N. Foster j. C. Peters Charles Mcculloch and och Mig Bird. Superintendents for the various departments of the fair were selected As follows horses or. A. N. Leslie. David Mckay. Sheep and Swine George Tui my. Agricultural products and machinery och Mig Bird. Domestic and Fine arts d. N. Fes Ter. Poultry James b. Speed Herman a Tapp. It dulls the Scy tie of father time drives away wrinkles of approaching old age the elixir of that puts in the human heart Hollister s Rocky Mountain Tea. Of cents. Tea or tablets. For Sale by Meyer Bros. Company. Kokomo s social club May be put out of business. Prosecutor Vorhis says it is a tip pling House and he demands n receiver. Kokomo. Ind., March Tutor w. R. of this City has instituted a proceeding against the to Torao social club an organization with 300 members by which he Hopes to end its career. The club has for its pretended object of its members and the promotion of sociability and physical exercise. Its real object the prosecutor claims is to furnish its intoxicating drinks in a Ward a licensed Saloon has been Uarrell by the use of Blanket remonstrances. The club has for Sev eral months and has done an enormous business. It has been a tipping House and nothing else. The. Prosecutor claims and he has asked that the management of it be enjoined from further sales of liquors and that a receiver be appointed to take charge of its effects. The club is situated in the heart of Kokomo s factory District and by its sales of liquors at All hours of the night and on sundays has Given great offence to the anti Saloon residents. Acting chairman new at Home left his Hunting outfit on the Illinois and he is going Back. After Duck As soon As he can. Indianapolis. March Harry s. New. Who has been selected As acting chairman of the Republican National committee arrived in Indian from Washington this afternoon. He was accompanied As far As Marion ind., by sex senator John. L. Wilson of Washington state who will make a Short visit with or. New in this City. At the train or. New was met by his wife and several newspaper men. Well. I started and i m were his first words As the reporters met him and there is nothing to say. I was Hunting Over on the Illinois River when i got a Telegram to come to Washington and i went. All my Hunt ing paraphernalia is still in Illinois and i had not finished my Hunt so i m going Back As fast As i ant1-treating league. Indianapolis. March create a sentiment against the rapidly growing of is the object of the Swenie Ann treating league of articles for the incorporation of which have been filed with the Secretary of state. The Home of the organization is Princeton ind. The organisation is -0 be secret in character and according to the Arti cles is to work toward the improve ment of its members to teach and encourage Thrift to provide for lectures Ami entertainments and to Aid its members in sickness and distress. All White male persons Over sixteen year. Of age. Who believe in the existence of a supreme Are eligible to membership in the league. Japanese prints. Newest thing in Art just received new importation. Call and see them. Keil it ke1l. Calhoun. Becomes superintendent of Seminary special to the journal Gazette Dunkirk. Ind. Mirich j. W. Stone pastor of the methodist episcopal can Rah at this place has or signed to he Homo Tini Uncial superintend ent of the woman s College at Baltimore is under control of the method is Church. Or. Stone formerly Lonu ii at Huntington. Of we Are showing a full line of the newest Spring patterns and colourings in Smith s Axminster carpets at a the Rurode dry goods co. With Only the new styles. Our Superb garments for Spring stand out boldly and alone unrivalled and peer in fort Wayne. They Are As shapely As the finest custom made and represent the newest ideas of fashion s dictates in style and fabrics. They Are All handsomely tailored in full accordance with the highest authorities on Correct dress and Force themselves into favor by their moderate Cost. They Are so skilfully Cut that anyone can be fitted be they wide or narrow tall or Short no matter what your size or taste May be we have garments Here for you. Men s stylish Spring suits and top Coats prices ranging from our Young men s department fairly bristles with Spring styles not a few dozen nor a few Hundred but positively thous ands and thousands of new novel Spring Are Here to select from. It is hard to Tell which will attract you the most. The extremely Nobby styles or the matchless Low prices and fort Wayne s greatest clothiers

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