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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - January 17, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana Dependent Jnai a tji Ings be Utikal in old series Voi. Xxvi. No. M0n1�0ev�llk Allen co., ind., thursday. January 17tli, 181 5. A few series vol Oil no. B. Wiez Fol . C. Mitchel. It to Bier. A of of Ciuffi s state Bank Monroe Ville Indiana. Of a a Ca Pitol 30.000,00. --o�?0 Tran cos a general Baj King Bonsi in is. Ioni -1 Porot a it. Interest on Lieut i poits. We solicit your Busi Gifu in parties Are now m crdu.-. A grandpa Bell of Decatur was in town last. A Leo houses arc about All filled �111 of a i Vilier fair Quality. A five More new subscribers tins a week and a ii Moor paid up. A Uncle William Rabbit is report d As not so Well the past week. A a number of our citizen parti ii ated in a Fot. Chase on tuesday a now Stock of Calico at 5 cents r Yard at i redelsheimer s Model i Tare. A now is the time for you to save % on Cash it Purchase of clothing la the Model Sto be. A for in let every article in the l a Vio ii Roeroy. Fri Day to Day in All is disposed c. Tillman is confined to Lis Lic Iii on Luil i cad Street from ii severe Puttuck of tonsillitis. A Quot u Birrel accompanied by is lest j Iri c f Decatur ind., were in tuesday evening last. A still Oil Sale at the Model store a i w of those i est made Kubber Anil i Quot Elt boots at inv figures. A 0<et a for Gio Ceries it Lewis is to sell the Ciao pest and pay the Hiligh Jet prices for country produce. A air. A e. Alright ail wife no Iri by a i s. Quot . Alright were at decay air Indiana Friday inst. A the ladies of the i. E., Church Are nearing to Lipold a social on Washingion s birthday february 22nd. A Ilc member the Hospital for Fick watch Jib is local Edna brass furniture Frooms on main rift ret. A mrs. C. Wright of Hicks ill Ohio is Spei Ulivi a few weeks wit ii her daughter mrs. C. A. Earnhart. A miss Tillie Egge Rinan a fort a Avn. Has Een the guest of her Feister mrs. M. C. a the past week. A five. Jones pastor of the Chris Lian Church will be Here sunday next and i old services morning and eve Jiing. A it is said that miss Maley red Elsheimer Lias Sikute her stay Iii Cleveland Olio has became greatly attached to a miss Dora a Lacefield who has been visiting relatives in fort Wayne for two weeks past returned Home monday last. A Don t buy clothing hats or boots and shoes until you have examined goods and obtained prices at Edwards Brothers. Cd. Baxter of Bluffton ind., is in town ibis week stopping with his of father in Law e. Fredline and wife South of town. A David Dickerson is suffering Froni a badly sprained Back sustained from a slip upon the Side walk last sunday morning. A the name one minute cough cure suggests a Medicine that relieves at once and quickly cures. Its use proves . S. Jones. A Adam line Brick of Defiance Olio is the guest of his aunt and Uncle or. And mrs. Henry beam-8md6r,.olalien Street this week. A flannels yarns Outh Sun a the present legislature should de Wear mittens Hose and All Nec enact a Law similar to that of Ohio Essav goods for Winter at the m Winch it provides for a school i Model store. Actor in each Tori slip a Liose of it is to see that every child be a miss Minta Earnest who has to been seriously afflicted for the or St soil tool and that All such three weeks or More with Tom this children must go to school. As it is still a rather critical condition now is at least one third of the a you make no mistake when school Childr ii in every town and you take Dewitt s Little Early City in the state run about the risers for bilious Ness dyspepsia or streets. Headache because these Little pills cure . S. Jones. A Carlton Cornwell Foreman of the Gazette i Kidd Leto a n. J., be a mrs. Tarr Rte other of John lives that Chamberlain s cough Philip and James Meese left the is remedy should be in every Home Day evening last for Nikles Iowa i he used it for a cold and it effected where she will Ramahi during the j a speedy cure. He says Quot it is Winter with her son Frank Meese. I indeed ii grand remedy i can re or. And mrs. B. A. Mcintosh to All. I have also seen in red Nedam Pai Yoff nem Isi is was wiled away in dancing and so a Quot Cial games. A in speaking of our new Quot dress Quot Hist week brother Gorrell of the a As we Are about to go to press i Ivy Haven news says that with a Large Load of ladies arrived Here few extra Quot sorts Quot our Sheet will from Decatur and drove up to the appearance. Also residence of or. And mrs. W. D. That when a country editor puts Baker. We can safely say that a will be royally entertained. On his paper his Ife must do without. How about a we acknowledge the receipt of it Bro. our Case brother copies of the Bra eke of May 24th Gorrell we took advantage in order and june 28th 1894, from mrs. To save what Little hair we have m. Anderson of Monroe ind., and left and purchased our wife a new 0. H. Harvey of this place for which we return our thanks. A the i. 0. 0. F., order conferred the first and third degrees upon candidates we. Hay and George Knecht tuesday evening last. At the next meeting there will be Vork in the first and second degrees. Miss Ialey redelsheimer who Quot dress Quot the same Day we purchased the new Quot dress Quot for our paper. A a merry Sleigh ing party consisting of mesdames Shanks Hun sicker Tryon sweat in Ridenour Drake Rochison Nill Pine and Stierheim spent a edit essay afternoon and evening at Trio residence of mrs. Dave a ver at East Liberty i iss in airy no entertained Wenzuo Loveland on Othre weeks by oar Geniel Hoskwith an elegant supper and i Rog Ressi a Conversa ago to spend the holidy with her sister mrs. H. Strass is Vitili her guest and will remain in that City until sometime in March. A say neighbor if anyone should question you As to a Point at Wlinich to locale a Good grist Raill Tell them to come to Monroeville and Uliey will make no mistake As no once in Indiana affords better facilities for an investment of that kind. A Taine a dose of Dewitt s Little Iasi Rev risers just for tie Good they will do you. These Litile rills Are Good for ii digestion Good for Hend ache go i for liver co77j l int it Good for of a Stii Tiou. They Are Good. It. S. Jones. A Johr. Cline. Tlle it Pioneer of Jack son town slip was in town Vav Ednes Day Hist for the first time since he met with the Accident some three months Jago i i the wreck on the Findley fort Vav Ayne t a. Western rail Rovid Nejira ins Home i i a hich lie sustained a broken leg. A Good Hiten ions yet ii never Avail you Antii Iii unless you carry them into execution. Neither Wili a per Soji profit by Dourov in his neighbors you will rear nit More sole leather Gohrig to and from your neighbors in a year the Iii the Rice of a years subscription. A since our last Issue a heavy Snow storm visited this Section and now we inc enjoying excellent Sleigh King. Farmers and teamsters Are of t be slipping and a great amount of buy Grain Wood and saw logs Are being Moed to our markets saw ii a i and factory Yards a we doubt if any town or City in Allen county or surround Hig counties has had so Large amount of Grain and Hay brought into its Market As has Monroeville during the past three Days. Niezer co., proprietors of the elevator Are hand Ling All of it and it is by their High prices and fair dealing with Farmers that is giving them the Trade. A miss Alice amiable daughter of or. And mrs. John Clem entertained a sled Load of her friends from Convoy last Friday evening at her Home in Adams county in a very enjoyable and pleasant manner. The party consisted of prof. Fostnaught Gale Leslie Tom Haley Frank Nungester Shirley Longsworth Joe Cullen and will Hoeken and the misses May Anderson Daisy Hoeken Nettie Wilt and Daisy Pearl and Lillie Nungester. Tion was very Lively indulged in. After repeated invite irions to come again Uliey were taken a several hours ride Over the country by the obliging Driver Arthur by Sirheim. A last night a merry party of Young folks enjoyed a Prisant ride Over the nov to Ulici reside Rice of John Craven who lives of the i go Road in Ohio about six Miles from this place. Or. And mrs. Craven received and get i pertained the merry Rii ters in a Friendly and Lio spit be manner and served a Fine. Us i or for them. It was Timur Sdiey morning Ero the Young peole took their departure for the of thu ii trip thank Jig their ii Ost and hostess warmly for their kindness Kocour aged by their first recept ii Tui Young eople have conceived a mania for Sleigh Jig Ixa ties and if tie to ids Leonti Niue g Ood there will be several More in the near future. A the present Board of Tov a Quot dads Quot has for some time been a quietly working on a plan As the Kest method of improving our save ets the coming summer. Just Luu material to used h is not l Een settled upon but As to tiie improvement there is no longer a doubt b it a that the work will be a Ohio and in Iun Eairly in the sprig. It is True to limit this much ii eded improvement has Een a perplexing question not Only to the Board i our Cit Zois and tie i Oard is to r h Eive the Sanction of every in whatever step they May Tai a. It is one that should have lie ii b gun Many months ago. It has been Many y spice our town has had a Board that his Hrisi filed or funds with As great care As the present one during the past year. For this they Are deserving of mv.0 1 credit and we feel confide it that Uliey will accomplish the end or at least begin the work for which they set their Heads last Spring that of improving our streets. The improving of our streets will not Only to of great Benefit to our Tov a and property owners but will give employment to a number of our citizens who Are out of work. The Money expended on our streets will be an excellent investment from the fact that while it will add to the appearance of our City the capital paid to labourers for the work will to a great extent be expended with out merchants. The Day has come that when a town prospers it must be up. And doing something in the Way of improvements. When this is done people from abroad begins to look up locations for business and residence. The gravel Road movement the past year in this township has enhanced the value of property in tins Section nearly one half and such will be the Case in our City whenever the improvement of our streets begin. It is with pleasure that we can say that our town Board has taken a proper step and while Liis is True we would like to see them take one step further and that is to pass an ordinance compelling every foot of new walk to be built of Brick and causing them to be built Oil a Grade and uniform Width it doing away with the heretofore Zag and up and Down style or in any Vay just so they Are Laid Down also to establish a fire limits and allow no building to be built within that limit except of Brick. A the k. P., order of this place has been enjoying considerable work during the past month and in Many instances the candidates who have sought knowledge in the secret Workings of the order have i furnished Side splitting amusement for the members in attendance at each meeting. On monday evening last the mysteries of the first or rank of Pago was Rev tiled to Dwass the rank of is ii ire to Geo. Zedaker of Maples. There was a Large attendance of members and to swell the crowd just As the Gavel was about to fall for the opening of the Lodge the secret rap was sounded upon the outer door and As the outer guard raised the Quot Peep Hole Quot he beheld a number of strangers seeking admission and in turn j. Harlor j. A told Thos. Brooks h. W. Meyers de. Harper r. S. 3ell, Ira j. Butler h. To Abner c. W. Bolyard and will a Gorrell All of Maumee Lodge no. 854, k. Of p., of new Haven ind., entered. They composed a Surprise Pirty upon the me Maljers of i Monroe vile Lodge and while they such veiled they were received wit ii a Hearty Welcome and during the evening Reu lured valuable services i i the program of the evening As they were better acquainted with the former life of the , g. Zedaker than tie a Monroeville members. The visitors is is usually the Case when Sleigh Iii is Good left their Tuune for a Sleigle ride sit tend Lodge and live a Good Tine id no doubt Ere they completed to Weir Brand trip they i accomplished their desires in even y respect. In Hista Niethe propelling i Over of their conveyance Quot Stop the mules Quot caused Bro. Meyers to resemble a jump Hig Jack by to Riding summer Sault out of the sled and. Had it not been for the Blanket of Quot that covered Mother Earth no Loul t the ipod where he lit could yet e easily it us i As he is a Man that carries about i Tho of 250 to nid of Faity Tissie. The party were a lot of Jov Iril Jolly Fellows and there were several occurrences of Amu Siig nature that like boys dated to tiie re Porter Liat to some of the i oys while Here and on their journey but for the Leehong we entertain for the wives of the a serried men who were among Tho crowd and especially editor Gorrell of the new Haven news who was one of the crowd we will Nefri Iii from relating any of them but feel sure that brother Gorrell win give his readers a full and True history of the facts in the Case so that Bolyard Harper and All who left their Waves at Home May escape the usual combing should their companions Chance to read this. We ii Ope that the boys May pay us another such pleasant visit soon. Upon the arrival i this place the party unloaded at the City hotel where they took supper and ordered a Midnight meal which although rather late was served by mine Host Glancy amp son in excellent style. Flour Down 25c. I Patent per barrel $2.50. Quot Quot i bbl. Per Butok 65d. Ii to m 1� m 33 bolted Corn Mil $1.25 per mind Emya Tobita dollars Worth for a Dollar is the motto at the jewelry store of j. M. Tryon where Yon can Fiad any big Jou want in Tho line of a Toi Aiss sip h o t o xes ,. And Jit Hock Bottom prices to close out. Rep inns in All its branches promptly and neatly done and All work warrant red. Call and see to on the jeweler. Go to a Mellil s a a for dry goods boots shoes and groceries a flue line of Candy tobacco and cigars always in Stock at the very lowest prices. Onro Evill restaurant and is daily prepared to furnish a Rush bread. Rolls buhs pres and . Also at All hours warm a no eggs rms Chicken. Cold Ham soup also Keip Law tvs in Stock fresh Gak Bies. Nuts Waheb fruits Domestic 1em.v1ts Best brands of digar3 Asid tobacco. Day or week Miller. To 1 Isenberger of stand for fresh and Salt meats. Lard Bologna and sausage. Chir Arjoo re Asoka blk. ----0�?0-Maney to loan on farm property Ona easy Pav Menti. No commit Aston with the priv Elage of partial Piymenia of an amount at any time and Stop into Reut c a a Solub rss Asento As Hoard Avius India ii a enquire at Csc Sta

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