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16 Nov 1899

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Indianapolis Patriot Phalanx (Newspaper) - November 16, 1899, Indianapolis, Indiana \ a Diirr Piik. F a or a i Quot it a i i iwo in tie District a a of a gel its. First District. There is every indication of a glorious time a Princeton on Friday next. Every paper in the county has received notice of the coming of Wool Ley Stewart. The Princeton papers have Given considerable space to Call the attention of the Public to the visit of these Foremost prohibition orators. It has been announced from the various pulpits in the county and big posters have been posted throughout this and the surrounding counties and nothing Bas been left undone that could contribute to the Success of the ip4eting. H. S. Bonsib and i held Forth at the South Side Mission in Princeton thursday last. Or. Bonsib paid a Short visit. I spoke sunday morning at height Chapel near Princeton. Had Good audiences and w. H. Maxam the leading prohibitionist of the Community thinks much Good was done during the hot summer months it looked As though the interest in prohibition was lagging somewhat but cooler weather is having a Good effect upon the people. We expect to move our lines nearer the entrenchments of they enemy after Friday next. After Woolley and Stewart turn Loose their heavy seige guns in a several hours bombardment we mean to sound an infantry charge and charge upon charge until the enemy is routed. Bertram Welch evangelist. And get fee. Hauled out and put on your Theo. A. Doughty. District District notes. Notes from 2nd District. I began last week at Quincy but plans had not materialized and there was no lecture. This Little Village has recently remonstrated the Saloon out but a drug store is still an Eye sore to the Temperance people. A next Day i came Down to Gosport and had the pleasure of listening to an Earnest Sermon by the Christian pastor of that place. Wednesday i dined in Spencer and lodged Over night at Worthington. Thursday evening i discoursed to the Good people at Prairie Chapel in Greene county. At a previous lecture at this place i had secured a subscriber a Quot for the a hts Law a a almost against the person s will. I Felt a Little sorry for her., but this time she greeted me with a smiling face and says Quot Don t you let my paper Stop i like it Ever so i had ordered it stopped sometime before when she made a payment but the generous publishers had trusted her and sent it on. Such appreciation is encouraging. Lieut evening i addressed a Good congregation at the school House in a Dewberry. Here the Tempe Anc people have gotten rid of their last Saloon but they fear a drug store is doing about the same business As a Saloon. Every month Pesky applicants keep the Good people hustling and the last month they failed to get the requisite majority. But the successful applicant was troubled by dreams and an accusing conscience and though he had the Money necessary he would not take out the 1 License. So the Good people rejoiced. Kev. Racey is the Captain of the Temperance people at this place. I think he and some other of the demonstrators will sign a remonstrance at the polls in 1900. Voting with a License party and then opposing an applicant for License looks a Little queer anyway. Saturday i explored some new territory Elnora. I found quite a few staunch friends of our cause Here Tiec tured in the m. E. Church after a Union meeting of the league and Endeavor societies. Sabbath morning my Good Friend Amos eagles the Nursery Man brought me of my Way Over to Odon. Lectured in the evening to a far sized audience Jln the Christian Church. I was rejoiced again to hear of More fruit of or labors Here. My talk on the so ret t summer landed a brother Bei he Toi our Sid i and i Don t know How Many others Arje fighting truth and conscience and about to surrender. I am ready to go to Chicago and lecture now by cause you see an intelligent lady from that place Quot visiting Odon after the services came to me and complimented the lecture. Now let me make a last loud Call to the friends of the work in the 2nd District in regard to9ur rally. Npv.20th is the Day and Sullivan is the place of our Woolley Stewart Good citizenship Bally. Come if it Breaks a Hame string. Come if it Breaks a five Dollar Bill. You wont miss it in a year and you will be glad you took in the rally if it did Cost that much. Let me say to Sullivan county friends Boom this meeting by turning out in Masse. To Jura Landing counties and Over in ill Nolier come and get fuel and lire to blk Home and give new life to a a i la and others. If Yoa Are under la Alfir tree cd Isobar a god. Home i have but Little to report this week. Two Good but not largely attended meetings in Kew Hope Baptist Church 5 Miles South of Clay City and in the Middlebury Baptist Church last sunday. The Best meeting i have Ever held in Clay City on monday night finished my Public meetings until after the coming Woolley Stewart rallies in Brazil and Terre haute tuesday and wednesday were devoted to the interests of the Brazil meetings and three Days have been Given to Vigo where assistance is very much needed. In Brazil i can count a number of workers and payers men who prove their interest by words acts and Cash a but in Terre haute there Are few who have the courage to Battle in the open for the right. Those who fail in doing their whole duty must not be hastily condemned no Man knows just what some other Man has to Bear and the presence of the Beer barrel is tremendous in Terre haute could others have been induced to take the Lead in this matter there would per haps have been More ready response financially and otherwise but with the prohibition District chairman at the head of the movement and my self attempting to raise the necessary Cash it is not to be wondered there was hostility indifference and fear among those approached. If Putnam Hendricks and Morgan will assist Clay county just a Little and they should do something Clay will make a grand Success of the meetings of the 18th. The Brazil boys mean business and county chair Man Weaver has an assistant in Secre tary Stunkard such As but few men have but Parke and Vermillion will have to come bravely and promptly to the support of Vigo or financially the Terre haute meetings will not be a Success. If the weather be Fine there will be no question As to the attendance at either Brazil or Terre haute. Clay and Vigo Are already shaken and the people will be out so the chief object aimed at will be reached Woolley and Stewart will be heard but upon the patient constant plodding workers in the party will fall the payment of the Bills i mention these things openly now so Itiat there will be no Quot dead horse Quot to pay for. Every Dollar necessary to meet expense incurred should be raised before the meetings Are held. What Money our Champion can raise at the meetings should be donated to the interests of our District work collections Are poor things to depend upon to meet debts already contracted. Let be on the Safe Side and then All the benefits of the meetings will be ours when they Are Over. At this time Bro. Kay and myself Are meeting All expenses and they Are Ever present apparently out of our own pockets. On nov. 19 the Terre haute meetings Are to be held and god willing they will be held and yet there has not been a Dollar paid towards the expense and but ten dollars pledged. Bro. Ray and i Are proving our Faith and i feel the True hearted people of Parke Vermillion and Vigo will see that our Faith has not been without foundation. I have made personal appeals by letter or otherwise to Many and if time had permitted i would have written More but this Appeal is to All concerned and while it will be at the eleventh hour it will reach the readers of the Phalanx i Trust our Brothers and Sisters will either remit their donations at once to either Eay or myself Here at Terre haute or bring it with them to the meetings Lam so anxious about the Success of both the Brazil and Terre haute meetings est eci Aily the latter that i have ate or slept but Little for three Days. John Bushell Evans Eustrom the eighth re hed Keystone Wells county tues Fly morning and began work in that Vicinity. At night was in a revival service with Rev. William Flagg. He kindly gave me part of the time an Opportunity i was glad to take . Here i found our Bro. C. Lincoln suffering from blood Poison in one hand. The next Point was Poneto where i left an appointment for future meeting and Tooi passage with Rev. E. J. Magor an m. E. Minister to his work at re Flesburg where he had previously arranged for me to occupy the time at his protracted meeting. This service was one of great interest. The fact that our work can be carried on a revival Effort and not try the i Fritot me that god is honouring our cause. Prohibit Ian sentiment is growing around Reiffsburg. From this Point i journeyed to Bluffton where i stay until i could revive the drooping spirits of some slumbering Brethren. I find however that they Are still breathing and Many of them Are ready for a Forward movement. On thursday night met with the m. E. People in prayer service and the pastor Rev. Light gave a warm Welcome and exhorted his members to take hold of these matters of Reform and push them to Success. What a Power for Good exists in a Church like this. Wishing to appoint a meeting in Western part of county i went to Liberty Center. But on account of their being a revival service in the m. P. Church which we thought Best not to break into the matter was postponed but the pastor and the workers said they would arrange for meeting later and do All they could to make it a Success. Returned to Bluffton and planned for a service for tuesday night for organization also one for Public attendance on wednesday night. The state chairman having Given the Trio to this District to begin dec. 1st, i have made the dates for their meetings As follows i desire every prohibitionist to take this matter and talk it thoroughly. We must make these county rallies a great Success. The first meeting in Adams county at Decatur dec. 1-2 Wells Bluffton dec. 3-4, Ossian 5 Jay Portland 6-7 Randolph Winchester 8-9, Lynn 10 Delaware Mun Cie 11-12 Madison Anderson 13-14, Elwood Lo-16acrain a Muncie 17th,and closing in Blackford county at Hartford City 18-19, with a mass District meeting isow Brethren with the proper cooperation we can make this one of the grandest campaigns Ever yield in the District. I shall expect help from every local worker la masters District tenth. Good work planned a people enthusiastic. Tippecanoe Cor to rally. We Are getting ready for a great Day at Lafayette the rally will be held saturday and sunday it of 25 and 26, in Willard Hall it is expected that All men and women who Are interested in the promotion of our cause will be present a Busy time is no excuse for absence. A rally cannot be held at Lafayette without receiving a notice from the press. Do you want the. Journal Call and courier to say Quot a handful of pro his met yesterday in Willard Lylall and planned for some future work Quot do you want that kind of a report riot if Yon Are a real progressive want to win prohibitionist. Then come come expecting Good time. Come knowing your presence counts one. Come and bring your family. Bring a Basket of dinner. The w. C. To u., of Lafayette will furnish Good Coffee Tea and Cream and they too will have baskets. To promote a big interest and secure Strong delegations i ask. The following to act As Quot Boomers Quot Wayne township c. W. Doyle Jackson Ada Borum Sheffield or. Snoddy we Bash we. H. Stinespring and Fred Davis Union prof. L. A. Wray and or. Wasson Tippecanoe Rev. Mahin Fairfield j. B. Stinespring and mrs e. V. Bennett. To secure a United interest on the part of the w. C. T. U., i ask the following ladies to act mrs. Sarah Curtis miss Lizzie Thompson mrs. J. B. Sucese mrs Belle Lawrence mrs Chas a Bone mrs,, to insure the attendance of Good templars soldiers Home a ii. Henderson Westpoint Jno Buchanan Lafayette Charles Story Kow dear friends to the work. Begin now to get our forces in line. District chairman Stinespring county chairman Blackstock and myself will expect the Best if you do your Best. Bring a crowd. I fashionable hair dressing Ein Oriun. Newly furl she cd. Strictly first class. Fuu line of hair goods imported cosi Attica and toilet articles. Finest hair Dressin a and Mani curing in the City both ladies and gentlemen. Parlours open sunday morning from 9 to 12. 191/4 n. Meridian st., Indianapolis ind. Fred Glaescher tailor. Suits made to order. Cleaning dyeing and repairing. I05 x. Illinora Street Indiana Poi. Old phone Ion 2697. What Are tue wild Waves Satim eat nut butter malted Graino and health and nut foods. Use nut Coa it is a pure nut product and Best for shorten no and frying. Nerer gets rancid has no odor smoke taste or animal matter. Try our nut shortened crackers and roasted and salted peanuts. New phone 2529. Nut amp Cereal food co., 230 mass. Ave., Indianapolis or. Albert e. Stem niacin cd red to nervous and Nettal Dimact and surgery of the brain and 5pinal Cord City office Willoughby blvd 10 to 11 30 a. M. Tel its Quot no ways Quot or. Sterne s Sanatorium 1820 e. Tenth st. Indianapolis Especial facilities for the Quot rest every method employed in treatment of Ner Mia and mental diseases and habit affections. Separate build Infra for different classes of cases and their treatment. Large trained nurses and Mats eur. Excellent Cristoe. Miss Elma Baker Sanatorium superintendent. Telephone 290 consulting hours 2 to 4 p. M. Visiting hours to patients 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. M. Removed or. Pantzer s office to . 224 n. Meridian st. Offic daily from 2 to 4 except wednesday. Sunday 9 to 10 Sanatorium and residence As before. The College of if Lii what do you want for Chru Mas it is not far away. Joist think a while and let know some time before the Day. &ra7 amp 6ribben, watches clocks and jewelry. Birth stones a specially. Tel. 3 rings on 2687. 154 a Illinois st. Stewart m. Pouder stoic pictures picture frames and mirrors. Photographs in All the styles. Stanton l. Wilhite operator. 229 Massachusetts ave. One half Square from Denison House. Tel 980 Frank a. Blanchard undertaker. Carr Asres furnished for funerals weddings and parties. Lady attendant. Telephone 411 s. E. Corner Delaware and Ohio streets. Go to of j Meyer amp co., Mccarty and East Street. Latest f fashions moderate prices. Exclusive store. Ladies and Kenis to Date footwear sure to satisfy. A Ccu Dion and knife ply iting e Washington st. Mss. M. C. Mgr. Old Telep Loae two Illich of 15 43. Somerville laundry 60. New throw Phout. Latest improved machinery. Goods called for and delivered. T. E. Somerville manager Virginia ave. Old phone 924. Warren county rally. It was a splendid Success and the people of Quot Good old Warren Quot Are ready for better work than Ever before. When the evangelist was scarcely More than boy he taught school in Pine Village and for a number of be irs was a resident of the county ii has a kindly feeling for the Good people of Warren. Many years ago Independence did not have an enviable reputation. It was the habitation of Many very rough Elia racers. Today it is transformed Aind regenerated it is a Center of Christian and prohibition influence and owes everything to a christianity that saves. It makes a Man better to mingle with the Good people of the town. They Are sprightly and intelligent As result our work is Widen Gand really becoming pop Lar. Think of thai the morning hour was preliminary to a Good afternoon and evening service. A liver Talbott welcomed the Host and Bro. Wil Hirce and Rev. Green offered prayer. After a splendid song service Evang b Wade read a detailed report. Recess for dinner. The afternoon was ushered in with Songi Quot the Saloon must go Quot by the Knowles Quartetti. Following this a. M. Knowles delivered an address on the importance of Torii a nation and a Lap Robes Hokse Elai Keis Han Russ Tutins Alises. Rain horse cover. I Knock Emall out on prices. We. Vanderpool 22 South Meridian st., Indianapolis. National bicycles fastest and finest bicycle made. Join our bicycle club and in 20 weeks Vou own a National. National bi6ygle 60. Blue Corner Pennsylvania and Ohio its. Trusses $i-2s Awn we Are in. A or Al nest True Sci mad. A Factor a Ric ices less tii Aii one third the Price charged by others and we Ouay Ahtee Tofu tym perfectly. A Quot whether you wish on use French True a or c �0 k9 _ our �1.25 sew York Kusille Trusa illustrated above Cut this and. Out and Send Lona with of Sukmi. Prick named state your hrs suit Wright afr howl Nii you have been rust Iurco whether rupture is in fre or Small also state number inches around the body on a line with the rupture say whether rupture is on Rucht or left Side and we will Send either Yniss to you with the under Standon. If it 1� not a per Rrt lit Aad equal to Ruura that re Lull at three stoic a our return it and a will return your Money. Write for free truss Meta Loose r.r.,?, our afire line of i ties including the new f 10.00 Lea truss 7r Tate area Al unit aay eat. And who cow. Tril for 13 Addrea Sears. Roebuck amp co. Chicago department of Medici a University of Indianapolis. The thirtieth session will open sept. 27, 1899. For All particulars address Heivry Jameson m. D., Dean 28 e. Ohio st., Indianapolis. Patents lawyers to. H. Lockwood Patent amp Trade Mark Tawyer. Patents procured. Washington correspondent. 41.v-118 Lemcke build inst. Opp pos Tolice Indianapolis ind. Long distance phone 1103.fbal n. Fit Bald attorney at Law. Room 34<&35. Fitzgerald building Indianapolis do. J. A. Sutcliffe surgeon. Office 155 East Market st., Iasi Asatour Telephone 941. Or. Job. E. Morrow Genito urinary diseases. 20 w. Ohio st., old and new phone Throat. Nose and ear. 229 n. Pennsylvania Street Long distance tel., 2503 Indianapolis or. S. P. Schemer diseases of the digestive system. Office 31 East Ohio Street Hume buld intr rooms 10-11-12. Hours,9-10a.m., and> New phone 1619 or. C. Datis physician office 8 and 4 Baldwin blk. Residence 2000 Delaware st. Morton place Indianapolis Telephone 2136. F e. E. Reese dentist 24h East Ohio Street indu Papoub do. P. K. Terrell dentist 31 East Ohio Street Hume building rooms 3 and 4, Indi Kapous c. A. Barnhill dentist new Telephone 877 412 North Delaware Street Indianapolis opposite Roberts Park . T. Sill rims co., Patent attorneys suite 18 Talbott Block. 108 n. Pennsylvania Street ii Lianopolis. Both telephones. So a. E. Bir a pm a. Dentist 33 when blk Indianapolis. Phone 15420.patents. Frank w. Woerner Patent attorney and expert draughtsman. Trade a irks. Coparis jets to it a Sifres and tables procured. W Ite for it particulars. Room 11-12 Condit Block 17 j s. Meridian st., Indianapolis. My Mai consulting Engineer Patent solicitor. Patents and trademarks procured. Machinery de ii Fred and inventions a rejected. Old phone 2 on i Tilro it Ingall s Block Ludiana Poms acc ill tests. S. A. Tia Sivira architect a a superintendent. Rooms 30 and 31 coffin Block no. East Market Street Indianapolis. Old phone 2 on 261s0. Charles t. Rrei.t8, and 5.s�?152 e. Market st., Indianapolis. A room 39, when big Indianapolis ind. Old phone .592. Moses optical co. Wholesale and retail. A n. Pennsylvania st. Indiana Pous. Inasmuch As our Cox into Jund surrounding country is being travelled very by paddlers and vendors of spectacles claiming to be representatives of Quot Moses Quot and the Quot the Moses optical co.,&Quot Etc., in that Way enabling themselves to dispose of their cheap and worthless Stock on hand we deemed it no More than right in Justice to ourselves and also to the interests of our patrons to say and Liere by notify Ai possible purchasers that we have to authorized agents on the Road and any one claiming to be such you May stamp As a fraud and imposter. S25 Reward for information leading to arrest and Convoc Tioxon anyone and representing himself to be in any Way connected v. Ith the Quot Moses optical Pecou retail errors of and guarantee our work to be second to none. I. M. Rowe optician. Fall style hats at Seaton s hat store 89 n. Pennsylvania st. Agent for Dunlop s hats. Music colleges Etc. Metropolitan school of mus a a 2i�2 n. Illinois st., Indianapolis. Oldest and Best music school in the state. Teachers Karl Schneider Oliver Willard Pierce Flora m. Hunter Hugh Mcgibeny Jeannette grouse. Ora Lane Folk mrs. Hugh Mcgibeny. Esther Allan willco.\, Clarence Nixon Eugene Noel. Jessie May Sweet wills Peck Kent 0.v Cameron. Gertrude Rogers. , 1819. Send for catalogue. Indianapolis song oratory of music Edgar >1. Cavley Imre Etor. Fall term opens sept. 4. 99. Pupils May enter at any time. department for Voung ladies. 4u3 North Illinois st has 8chj7ltze. Teacher of pianoforte and theory. Studio at the proxy Laneum 2-4 p. M. Private address 2u4 North Illinois l. A Illiams teacher piano mandolin and guitar Caxton method taught. Studio 421 Capitol Avenue North. Schellschmid my sic st de East Ohio Street. Music and languages taught. Faculty a Adolph h. Schellschmid John l. Geiger. Bertha Schell Schmidt Louise Schellschmid. Schools girls classical school i 824 n. Pennsylvania st. Department of opened oct. 2nd. Morning classes for adults of All Ages. Afternoon Classe j for pupils of the school. Miss Hedges director Dally at building after 9 a. M. Send for circulars to May Wright Rev All principal. Mrs. Harr Lef a Prii Cipy a Indiana Boston school of expression and dramatic Art 71� w. New Yorac Street. Begins nineteenth year september 26. Children s class in elocution and private instruction for teachers every saturday under the direction of the principal. Personal attention promptly Given to inquiries by mail. Indianapolis Academy sixth year. Prepares for Al universities or colleges. Academy students have entered Harvard Yale. Boston tech Princeton Cornell Purdue Etc. There Are intermediate and Junior departments. School a Wil Kopen sept. 6. For information apply to Alex r 8. Mitchell m. A., Smo n. Pennsylvania st. Invalid Roll Xci and Parl Oil he Clinna chairs. Bali bearing rubber tires Light running and comfortable. A Jar a Fri is. Give your on and daughters a course in the b Indianapolis w business University and thus Start them upon a successful career. Positions secured. Expenses moderate. Fiftieth year. Write for particulars. Address 83 when building. E. J. Heeb pres. Physicians 0ffi6e furniture. Highest Standard of excellence. Co. M tvs 133 East South Street. S. A. Fletcher amp co s Safe Deposit vault 3g East was Liston Street. Absolute safety against fire and burglar. Policeman Day and night t a guard. Designed for Safe keeping of Money Bonds wills deeds abstracts Silver plate jewels and valuable trunks a Quot packages Etc. Contains 2,100 boxes. By by 95 to $45 jew year. J. . It it it

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