Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 19 May 1892
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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - May 19, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana
T int dependent in ail things Neutral in nothing Quot old series vol. Xxiv. No i Moa Coeville Allen co., ind. . May 19th, 1892. I new series vol. In no. 26 Monroeville ind. Prof. Clapham who Lias so Satis a it would be Wise if the town Board factory presided Over our schools for would abandon the idea of erecting the to e past Eigl t months lion old be be pump on Mulberry Street and cured by our school Board for the next place it on the town lot or Over the transacts a general banking Busi a receives deposits Quot writes exchanges and makes collections. Less. To a it a to Onn Fem grows Block Terra. A All Are grumbling about High taxes but tie Way to recover a portion of it is has received new boots shoes dry goods and groceries. A preparations Are being made for a Soe iffy event in teds place in which i one of our charming fair sex is to wed a gentleman who resides in fort wave. The amp Gas Well where an never failing Supply of water can to had without go ins to further expense of Sii King another Well. An int reefing suit is in Progress before Esq. Shehan As we go to press Between the trustee of Jefferson township and several residents of that township Over a ditch. Deputy prosecuting attorney e. W. Meeks appearing for tiie state and sex Prosenc Ting Gatior Ney. A mid a Ioc Eul a Lito James m. Robinson and c. Holder for a mrs. L. Edwards who has for the the defendants past few months been the guest of her p Clapham who has due the rain still Falls. A Fine toilet soaps and perfumes at Jonutis. A Carriage and baggy paint at slut inks. A Jones Small mixed paint is the bested to attend to be Hud. A tiie Cooks i Ivorite. Elevator half Patent hour. L is Selling flour at i 0 tier bar re. A Frank Edwards of fort wave was ill town tuesday. A Jorn to or. And mrs. We. Men a Ca a ouday last a boy. Sign a. Or. L. Ii. Edward a Springfield a i. A a. I ring tiie term just closed to Success a. Returned Home wednesday morn j n i it i i fully managed our Public schools re a Cei Ved a Telegram a monday morning last the g. A. A. Memorial Sermon announcing the deals of his brother at will be preached at the m. E., Church hot Springs Michigan. The professor by Liev. Haines sunday May 29fch, at left on the first West bound train Fer 2 o clock p. M. All Are cordially invite his Home at Columbia City to attend the funeral. A ladies at redels Heimers Model a Ai. Strass received his new funeral store Vou will i and dress goods to suit car which he recently Iju chased in you and my prices Are from three to Chicago on monday last. It is a rag ten cents lower than Ever sold in the Iii Icett piece of rope Ray and equal to town before. A the information will Cost you Noth ing ind Worth Soin Ethin to to i. Call at l Quot a Ward s and see what it is. We hive them now in Stock and will in attend the dance a be Ore you paint your or quire of you what it is. Baru get prices on material from Jones. A fou on Trade a Good Mill by j. A Meeks Monroeville. To borrow eve Iliili at a a acc Soful term of eight months our Public schools closed last or s Hall. Liiv in any town in the state. In. Strass is one of the most enterprising business men of our town and always Endea Vois to keep u with the times especially in his line of goods. A the smallest Man in it is the Man that will deceive the people. This is not i act iced by Bremen he Sells goods As he advertises. Call and see me. Buckwheat flour Exchange for 1 Bushel of Bucko Lieut. 20 lbs of flour. Quot a Lieut 40. Meal Exchange for 1 Bushel of shelled Corn 4olbs meal 1 Bushel f f ear Orn. 10 lbs of meal. For a a or bus Lawe Are doing a regular milling business and our elevator half Patent flour which we give in tiie above exc Iange is guarantee in to l e i outed of sixty Pound Winter a Lieut and is certainly the finest Grade of hour on the Market today. Try it and be convinced. Friday. The Epworth Leao be entertain sudden death Frank Taylor has acce it Ted a pos ment Wlinich was to be held next ones Tiok. As clerk a d. A. Redelsheimer s Day evening has v be n postponed for Model store. One Iveel on account of the illness of a mrs. O tooled. Is building an Addi speaker for the occasion. Tion to her residence property on hts Rry Street. Mul 3irs. Philip Krick snide Iii expires at the biome of Iler daughter. Last saturday evening at tie residence of my and mrs. B. A. Mcintosh on Softli Street occurred the sudden d. Kaufman wishes to inform tie ladies that she has Purchas Leatis of . Philip Krick. An old and a but few suits of those reduced pried a full Hue of millinery goods and highly respected citizen of this part of ced clothing Are left at redelsheimer s i is employed an experienced trimmer the county. The deceased was born in she respectfully invites Al. To Call. J Lancaster Ohio july Luth 18 j5 and a the f Ini ily of b. Pugh parted this life May 14th 1892, aged 5g has been stopping at the Central hotel years 10 months and 4 Days. Just the for sometime in the interest of his at it Lay before her de Ith the deceased had ent farm Fence arrive i thursday last been at Eort Wayne and on her return Home was feeling quite Well except Model stove. It r m. St ass used his new funeral car at the fun Terai of mrs. I Rick on monday last. A no place Pavs More for country produce than we do and sell goods with him Over sunday. 0 wer. Red wards. A the Farmers and citizens buy at Lewis Fri the wort ii of their Money. A Quot Joha Casselman is buying poultry at Monroeville and will pay the Market Price for the same. Mrs. D. Kaufl Man Lias opened a store at her residence in the Thomas Heller property. Be. Geyer of Leveare ind., was the guest of his Brothers Charley and Herd and families sunday last. A a communion Sei vice will be held the m. E., Church next sunday evening. All Are invited to be a present. A to those people who Are always catering after Good articles at Low prices they Are directed to Edwards. A mrs o. V. Riley of Adams and Quot miss Ada Gartley Are the guests of or. And mrs. Geo. Brandeberry this week. Owing to the Ine Lemence of the slight pain in the head and Luplow prices that we Are offering them. Weather the social held at the Resi a a within an hour of her death she a till was ing was not attended by a very Large married to Philip Krick March 4th crowd i 1858, who died feb. 27th 1874 and she has been a widow for some 18 years to them was born seven children one son and six d lighters two of whom Are . She has lived in Madison a the James save that has enraged himself in a diff i cult with one of the fair sex of this Jalace mention of which was made in our last Issue is not the James save that keeps the a Saloon. A Mother in Law once in a great while i go elsewhere to buy but find i can always get a Good article and at living prices at Bremen s. Goods in my store Are fresh and my prices in line with others. A a number of the members of Monroeville Lodge of the k. Of p. Order of greater Vart of her life and was Hig ily respected by All who knew her. The funeral was preached at the Christian Church monday May 16 h at 2 o clock p by Liev. Jones and w s Ona of t be largest eld in this place for sometime. A Large number of relatives and friends from Decatur and other places Baing in attendance. The remains were interred in the i. O. O. F., Cen e this place attended a meeting of the Tery beside her companion and Dau Clr pm Poenix Lodge at fort Wayne Mon ter. Site leaves four children and a Day evening last. They Reid Ort having i be number of friends to mourn her loss. As a Flash of lightning darts sudden had a Good time. A Sam Counterman of Cleveland a mrs. O. W. Bowen. Left thursday is the guest of or. And mrs. Jacob by from the Cloud and smites the Oak last for a few weeks Isit with relatives handle this week. On his return so death came without a moments warn at Chicago Iii. She was accompanied he will be accompanied by his ing. By her son Willie. A Call at mrs. D. Pm Sifman a when in need of millinery goods veils baby bonnets Etc. All new oods and prices reasonable. Geo. Rausei Man has sold his inter wife who has been staying with her parents for sometime. A we. Mcgonagle will in the near future open no a Marble and Stone works at this place. This is something that has Long been needed in this place. Est in his Madison township tile Mill to a predict for or. Mcgonagle. A sue Philip Lodle. The new firm is now Cess Al bus mess career. A Louis Wright the popular head clerk at d. S. Redelsheimer s Model Quot it was so sudden Quot our White lips said How we Liall miss intr the Beautiful dead Quot who take tie place of the precious one fled but god knows Best. We know he watches the sparrows that fall hears the sad cry of the grieved hearts thut cult. Friends Mother children he Loveth Vliem All. We can Trust for the amp . Wright has resigned his store in company with his wife and position As druggist in d Judi Anapolis this week at ii to my Iner s drag store. His place will be my our i Segy proprietor of the positive painless pile Curr Eddy James Doggett. Lodge i. O. O. Of. And paying a the last will of the late mrs. Phil relatives a visit lip Krick was read to the heirs at the m. Edwards and Louis Wright residence of b. A. Mclntosh wednes i i nday evening last for Indiana will be at the Central hotel Monroe Day last by attorney e. W. Meeka. A if attend the Semi annual meet Ville tuesday May 24th. A Printer Ink yes a a a. When d. Ipg of the g Rand Lodge of Odd Fel ladies if you Are sufi faring from rec-8. Redelsheimer quotes reduced Pri lows m session the fore part of this Tal troubles Don t miss railing As Yon Ces you can depend that a will do it. J we. Of �1. Edwards goes As. A Epry can be cured without sex Vii at i be if coif la Ili now 8� Iuele to Iino. Seata Tive to Wax the Lod Jor Opper in in a. Stras. A orly Ettilie ind. My amp oily amp Lia Ikid i s. To physicians and surgeons. Will attend promptly night or Day Calls office on sooth Street one door West of Shank s drug store Monroeville. Ind. in wind engines pumps tanks piping Etc. Also and supplies. All Wirk guaranteed. Address Monroeville. Ind or. S. A Mentzer Lifs Ician and Supor Calls promptly attended to Day or on main Street. Monroe Villa id. And feed for Sale. Town property or single. Kids on Good Well it Arn and Wood shed. Price Short notice d Rei rms big House and lot close to the Public sch a building. Must be. Sold Price $300. Or b. Alleger Imp Coeville Short Notise and Bias ctn det Jutes. San Ole wagons always in readiness Sor travelling men hons Ltd a Leit in my me Lor one meal Day. Of week will receive the Best of care. A table Bon main Street near bail a Lead. A. Martin Proi a
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