Ft Wayne Journal Gazette in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
1 Jul 1899

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1 Jul 1899

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Ft Wayne Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 1, 1899, Fort Wayne, IndianaGood beginnings make Good endings you Aue mating a. Good begot my to Fien Yot commence to take food s 3arsapar3ta for any to Matt of. Your Hood Simot Tufi or Fleer. Preir Morffy liken this Medicine Tusi bring boat let Good end dig of perfect to tilth and vigor. The fort Wayne journal established 1sr the fort Wayne Gazette established 1863. Entered in the Post office at fort Wayne As second class matter. Member of associated press. Honre and Bell telephones no. Is. Buds of . Edition one year. . One year per -40 isl ton. One year. 2.00 to City . Daily delivered sunday included. Loc per wok. Copy Al the journal company. 41 East main Street. Fort Wayne. Ind. Tub it tic dlr 8atcrdat. 1. 18w. In Wyck vetoed a Reso Lution of the new municipal l Makler monday. July 3. A holi or. On the around that Public old clogs no to a. Holodny not secured to Tfir general Public. Is it bight Foh an editor to recommend Patent medicines prom Sylvan Valley news Brevard. N. A it May be a question whether the editor of a newspaper has the fight to publicly any of the various which stood the Market yet As a preventive of suffer ing we feel it a duty to say a Good word for Chamberlain s Colic. Cholera and diarrhoea remedy. We Bave. Known and used this Medicine in our Tumiky for Twenty years and. Have Al ays found it reliable. In Many cases a dose of this remedy would save hours of suffering while a physician is awaited. We do not believe in depend ing implicitly on any Medicine for a cure but we do believe that if a hot tie of Chamberlain s diarrhoea Meme def Ere kept on hand and administered at the inception of an attack much suffering maj yet be avoided and in very Nany cases the presence of a physician would not be required. At least this has been our experience during the Oast Twenty years. For Sale by Dreyer Bros. Druggists. tend. Fort Tatsos y members in their capacity of Stock holders. Manifestly payments of interest and Premium Are made by members in their capacity of borrowers. Whether the Premium be considered As a Bonus or As additional interest or whether it be paid in a Lump sum retained out of the As a result of competitive bidding at stockholders meetings or be paid in instalments on the basis of an arbitrary percentage whether it be paid for precedence in securing the loan or As a uniform charge on Alt Auy event it is paid by the members in their capacity of receivers might As Well refuse credit for pay men s of interest made to her the con tract As to refuse credit for payments of Premium. Are not to Bir credited i partial payments e at the we , which will be under the management of will j. Cun Gham of Bates. Indian Upo in. Secured in hotel rates my privileges. Tile Asso Cui Titi in embers Are urge d to bring along heir wives and daughters. The Husiow teachers. S. Lafeat Butk. Made of the association. South Bend. .ind., june in accordance with the report of the no manat no committee made thursday the Fol owing on cars were elected to Day at the Wenty second annual convention of the state music teachers association a s. Bergen Lafayette president n. E. Pro wide. Secretary miss lil Ian g. Smith. . Treasurer. The were named or tile ensuing Max a Ckner. Louis d. Belch Lorn. Logansport Reherman e. Owen. Muncie. Mcgibeny. Mrs. Carrie b. Adraw. Mrs. Lottie Adam Las Chang. All of. Indianapolis. Public school commission a. M. Black. Washngton miss Nannie c. Lowe. Muncie miss Llda Edmonds. Elk Bart. W. T. Glante. Logut Mawri c. W. F. Meyer. Fort Wayne Burt too they. Warsaw. In Diana Max Lect scr. Oliver Willard. Pierce. Mrp. Flora e. Hunter All if Indianapolis. Next year s convention will be held at Columbus. to Lyuu june tin supreme Catholic knights of Amer Ca. In Sec Len Here with supreme treasurer soar to Rector. The accounts were and the books were round in excellent the Tway left Tor St. And to night Al air until Ali in us the newly a lated of can will be. We. Supreme examiner and elector will. Chosen. On 0ht urmy night pm cars win go to cowl Nistl to exar Alm the can Dlton of sinking Friml of the order. After Tow july the supreme Wylli. Rett Govrd in uni City to is. Limits. A stranger falsely convicted. Huntington. Ind., Zunft Fen ago u. Trami who gave his name. As John Wilson Smith was brought to the City from Eastern Sil Hurbs. Wat Eri up badly by the fathers of couple or Little girls whom he was with having Loas Sault he denied the offence bit was duly and convicted and Given an in determinate sentence of to to two nov one a Days ago j. W. Licud county Ioor attorn of. Information which pointed to Smith s in no Conco. Investigation followed Tho new evidence was placed before i Digg wat Kins a new trial has been granted and i now seems that Smith will so Clear Smith is a Young Man his Home Chicago. Republican editorial out a program of for the at Winona. . Ind. June Wallace i of Cmpbell of blur Here old. This City Jim of the Indiana Republican Bdl torn a Nemo Clutton issued in Siul line la air in for that mum ont Iii of thu association ill Winona Lake near july the Herc tiry says Hinl the Prog Nim one of the ovoid i a scented. Itt rid in for Hift addition of two More men of Niit Lonzil bul in it in is Ait Era Noc or or. A. In m Siut flit my there hag own Ivete an of diarrhoea there. Ha4 was cured to four Colic cholera and he Ayi it to Ami they it it the beet they Ever Tuli Jav by Dreier Bros. Of every year having fir. Of Tinmu Dele Etrio Oil in i to my cute. Of Rury if tech it and Ltd Muse Umang the of Tim world at Kimball Hall at 11 a m. P. M. Prof. Morrab or Tendon. Gotland. The noted exponent of so slew by Mim followed by Good int tie. Her for Towi atom Acyl out of order a mule h cum o liver. In flock Bio Imi will main a new Man or won Imi you. Per pin Hort Wasll Noton. June pensions Livan been granted to Indiana in open As follows Lowell. In of oreo Yvo. Bul Sor . Mall Loiry Home. Drum. 112 Torch. Restoration Froio increase. Franklin Johnson to to k. Joseph Etoir Katt Vicau Salehi Tiff run caul James Samuel. Natl Onul Mill Tury Homor Grani. Jamos i. Austin Turre haute Fli to in Racla pary Reese s Mills to to Wood Viry Taliaferro. Lanny Fri to 1-Ouis it what can. Or Man to 24 Fri Ivy r. Mellock. . . To to Jilin Brasil to Isanc Braw Slown Jyh to Clinton t. M. Frank Orl. To William in Filer bean Blossom. T Elighil Ruddick Seymour to Dampol Watson. Ore ton to plat Llo Ugland Elk liar. To a lulls s Brown us Moses kilns by to original widows. 9alem Nancy Rinebolt Knox. Apo leu Warner. Walls Jonesville Mary a. Fisher Jeffersonville Clara Keller. For i ways is. Res Rue Isabella Brunner Morr Slown of Henry w. Har Ris. Blk Hart u or with Spain p Sedini Insu Blyce. Fire Accident life health and liability 82 Cal Huron Street. To in or. Eric Cru ii has from. A visit in Venilal Ovule. Or. Will Whitely. Of Spring Tlell Ohio is to visitor in the City prof. And. Mrs. Schick have gone to Mccurdy and children have Cleair Lake for the rest of the summer. Or. Lee Hartman Lias returned from Wesleyan University for the summer holidays. Miss Grace Shupe. Of Fostoria. Ohio s the guest of miss Myra Smith for weeks. Or. And i s George Belott have noved into their new Home 225 West main Street. Miss Harriet Cramer who Lias been siting mrs. G. A Dodez. Returned ionic to Fairbury 111. J miss Clara Zollars sailed for Home l the 2sth. On the teutonic and is sex in new York next week. Or. And mrs. F. V. Culbertson leave of Day for Winona to open their cot age. They will return monday. Mrs. Ella Cutler of Laporte is at the lome of mrs George de Vald. Mrs. Utler is a sister of i s. Dewald. The Rev. Paul Bischofs leaves soon or Conover n. A. To accept a Call rom the English lutheran sync. Mrs. Jarl Palmer who has been spending several months in the City returns Home to Paducah ky., on Sun Day. Mrs. A. H. Polhamus and Flora Olha Uius have gone to Valparaiso und to spend the rest of the sum Mer. Or. A. Mergentheim left yesterday or Chicago to attend the commence quient exercises of Chicago University a Holcli close to Day. Or. And mrs. Charles leave to Day for Richmond. Ind. To be absent or some time in order that or. May recuperate in health. Or. S. M. Foster has returned from sew Haven. Conn., where he attended a reunion of Lite class Well As the commencement exercises of Yale col or. And mrs. H. C. Paul and laugh and mrs. M. G. Brown leave this morning for petrol. Duluth yellow Stone Park and other Western Points of ii Erest. They win be gone about a month. Miss Cella Schnelker entertained the Ineram club thursday evening at her Home. An election of owners took place at which Stria Oowen was Madi Grace Patrick Secre tary miss Julia Neher. Treasurer. Alice Hess Cave a bicycle party .0 few Haven. Thursday evening. In Lonor or Hiss Van ares. Of plots Birg. Who composed party were my Wjite and Amelia Khinan. Alice Bertha Monic West is. Bry ant. Van ares. Smith. Myers and Yager Ehner i and mrs. Of h. Wambaugh entertained a few friends at dinner last veiling the guests spending a most d Ith Toul evening. The decorations were Pink. To litre present were col. Ana to. 8. It Obertson. Judge and mrs. 8. It. Alden. Or. And mrs w. It. Dreyer. Mrs. 9.1 Roberti Foh. Or. Or. Mrs. A 8, o Rourke and miss May Garvey will to Day to atone City to remain at Spring Deach for the rest of the sunnier. Mrs. Be. A. Aull of Cincinnati and daughters Are going to visit or. And mrs. U Rourke next week. Master Allan 6 to Smirke will have As his tie its Mon. Tjart Lett ook and Jerome of the misses tora and Grace Walters gave a very pretty reception front .1 to yesterday afternoon in compliment to their guests. Mil s Nellie Clippinger and miss Gertrude troupe of Van Werl. Osio. Mrs. Walters and her daughters. Miss Mary Meyers of Decatur. And miss Blanche of grand Kaplus to receiving. Tile Parlours were made very attractive with decorations of asparagus Vine and Jardiniere 01 marguerites the effect of Green and White i elite very Arl Suc. In the dining room nasturtiums Sweet Weri used. Miss Yarnelle presided at Uio punch with the assistance of miss Meegan and miss Daisy in the dining room ices cakes were served by miss . With the Aid of the m str Isle Davis am Evelyn Walters. Miss Jane Walters stood in the. Hall and welcomed the callers. The invited list my lows misses Marian Webb. Leah act infant Lblanche Tinkham Anna Sinclair. Bdl la Helmer Julia Lund vol and Gladys Williams Kathy Rinc Evans. Mary sea Ion Anna Jones. Leora Kanaga Merle Mcuin Kunle Jackson. Ethel Saylors Maud Jen was. Glenn bind Taylor Rdna Parham Margaret Wagenh cts. A Arlha and Mary Hunt tvs Myra Smith Mabel Durnill Jessie und Mao Fitch. Bessie Jones. Gertrude and Myrtle Wilding Lura fee Millie Mclachlan Julia. Parr Myrtle and Iva Maxwell. Iudith Parham Ernestine jul Ger Bessie Cherry Bessie co Crick Grace and Mabel Tinkham Grace Lukens Charlotte Grimes. Mabel and Nellie celtic. Nannie Williams Meegan Lillian read. Grace Harding. Grace Davis Bertha Jackson Blanche study Luella Boles. Blanche Billerbeck Lucile por Ter Laura Peltier. Reada Lamley. Tenness Blanche and Mitt. .1. S. Mccamly mrs. . Ariani Miriani wine tonic body. Brain and nerves g eneral debility lassitude summer complaints All write us. Man tinning Titis paper. We postpaid a Book portraits ii jul of ice a prisms. Arcuu1shops Ana Uther de sow by diff wrists avoid substitutes. Or is Muri Imer s7-si. Juries Street. Do you know where trunks tray Eliher bags telescopes steamers i will Tell you there is. Only one p Tiafu at Golden. Hatter. the several c a o trunks at . Tow. . , lit iz1.w. Call and Sec them. Golden the 96 Calhoun Opp. Fruit House. We have sold Many hut none has Given bettor satisfaction than says or. Charles , druggist. Newark j. It is perfectly Safe and can be rolled upon in. All cases of coughs colds or Jiva Nenes. Sold by Dreier bro., druggists. Ooin Paro Colly Btu incr Ihrck Liat run a year wit i Olio in and Yon wee will Elk Aio the 1 i. To e. Columbia St. I Ami return via Tilly stud. A Hon u Ort Vayna ass a. of Kenjro t ii. In. in clip Usfo 1 0 i l p. To Kiln at and i Novim Van it fact police doings. Dan o Meara. A Stone Cutter paid and the usual additional costs in police court yesterday morning for getting on a jag thursday night. William Fitzpatrick. An Indianapolis peddle was arrested pc Sterdy for Selling shoddy Jet iry to residents without License. Officer Lewis telephoned to police station last night hut the hydrant in the Packard scale the Kite the in the whole to talk right mile it with which the wife in inn kit i to flt ill Plajer poit it. A a Hale u Liat Cuitti Lor tit to Iii of i lie of it tie it Cor Packard Musk House want. Iso. For Sal it by Dreier bro., Brug Gesu and Cor. Calhoun mad Columbia fit Recta. Fort v7ftvne, ind. V i the chief is the Best 10 cent Elgar sold to the City. it if you Don t smoke it. Made by Kasten k Ohlmeyer 248 Calhoun Street phone the h Armor Street schoolyard curated and for Tortol l lib h n t to was repaired before any was done. I a Man. Who attended the Pou Cemen at Home City thurs Day Emo to Rort after the picnic. Und ill led tip i other liquids beside water and milk. To was sent Homo yesterday morning on Tho Pri m Isolo twp sober the next Tim Ettic visited port Wayne. Walter St Evorik Heen lined incl Ftp Iii o on the of Rie Seriin his wife ans. She testified that he had failed to support her arid had abandoned her. She said a after they were married they in on Harmer Street but had ave the House they could1 not the rent. She said that they then of Nti and live no with her parents until lie secured rooms i Saloon on . Street. She became ill later and had to. Go. To the Hospital and nhe Claired that Hoferer fused in do any Hanff for her. Beecham s pills for stomach find Uver ills. I a

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