Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
7 Oct 1895

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7 Oct 1895

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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 7, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana Roots this is the tie Fol t8. # Fife. V. Ii ii you a to get to the s i at this season of the year our stocks Are naturally at their very Best. Every department is filled with the choicest goods selected by our skillful buyer. The great work of distribution is now going on. Every Day finds this store taxed to its utmost to Supply the demands made upon it by its great Host of patrons. All Are invited to participate in its decided Money saving opportunities that abound throughout the House personally or by mail. Autumn Silks Juat opened at 70 and 75c. Raised Cord tall Eta. Broca led taffeta. Striped Lou Iames. A off Silks at 86c and $1.00. Shadow Taf tests. Swi Al Tatt Etas. Caudo Stripe taffeta. Dotted line taffeta. Satin Stripe taffeta. Shadow shot taffeta. New Silks at $1.25 and $1.50. Mat Laase brocades Chameleon French Ifan facture Bich brocaded taffeta. Rew Silks at $1.76 to $2.50. Charming new designs Are shown Here. Satin figured brocades English make. Rich Stripe taffeta. French make. Persian Mata Lasse in exquisite combinations French egyptian taffeta of marvelous effect for Corsage French. Blix dime bromides and Liim Black faille Silks. At 65 and 75c, calculated to be formidable rivals of the Best of the mohair family. Wool plaids. Great lines of handsome plaids elegant and Rich novelties 50c, 65c, 85c to f 1.25 some plaids at 25c, 30c and 38c. Root s cloak department a whole store in itself occupying More space and showing larger lines than any House in dior Tchern Indiana. Capes and jackets made of Plain cloths rough cloths in boucle and Cheviot for ladies and misses. A visit to fort Wayne by outside patrons would be nothing unless this department was visited and its elegant wraps inspected. Fur capes a great specially. We now exhibit All the late novelties in fur wraps. Seal Mink Otter Beaver Astrachan electric Seal Wool Seal pulled Coney Etc. Cloaking the stuffs just in for women and children s outwear. Rougher cloths than every handsome boules and Astrakhan is scotch and Yankee mixtures solid colors and Black too but never such a showing of illuminated stuffs. At $1.25 a Yard $1.50 and up to $4.60 the Yard. The new fall carpets Are ready for inspection. New fur rugs lace curtains and Portie res. R notice. The annual meeting of the members and Board of directors of the Catholic Library association will take place at Library Hall thursday evening the 10th Day of october. 1895. At said meeting of cers for the ensuing year will be elected. Lilian Baeb president. P. J. Mcdonald Secretary. 5t3 de bobbins of the first National Bank is visiting his old Home in Mays Ville to Lioan on reas estate or Pennal Secor Ity. C. F. room 6 and 7 Bass Block. 2tf Edmunds amp Law the electricians have donated the electrical apparatus to be used in the decoration of the Centennial Arch on Wayne and Calhoun streets. It is the intention to make a magnificent display. Born to or. And mrs. Joseph Kra meet 205 Hanna Street a in Ilu i Fluttie is the Good win of our patrons the thous amp ads of men women and children that have been our customers for the past Many years whose Patr Oliage has built up our prosperous business who know by actual experience the kind of a Olpt Bing store we have. They Are the kind of advertisement any Tom or Dick cannot buy ii Money the kind of reputation that can be gained Only by always Selling the very Best clothing that can be made at the very lowest prices. At All times in or out of season you will always find at our store the largest and most Complete Stock of men a boys and s clothing that is new Stix Ilse service Abb and up to Date in every particular. Men s Iress suits $15, $18, men s business suits $7,$io, $12. Monday. Oct. 7. 1895 Brunol Wolc Elf for Tjie Sale of the Hentek Al. Ana where orders for the skxti1vel and want ror Sale or for rent Adb. Will ii Rcd melted Bave been Zehtab leaked at the Tello Wlna Dmn a Tore w. R. Kenette 443 Broa Itsy. J. F. Miller s37. W. A. . J. 1�. Licals 434 Cal lion. Wefel 313 Nanna. J. J. Bronfe 44 welts. Our telephones. Business . 173. Editorial . 650. The went Iier. Washington oct. 7.�?for rain in Southern fair in Northern portion today and tonight fair tuesday cooler Northwest winds. News kites. Or. And mrs. W. J. Vesey Are in St. Louis. E. F. Yarnelle went to Bluffton today on business. Tom o Rourke left today for Hunt i Uptou on business. Miss Mabel Biggs of Warsaw is the Iguest of friends in the City. Miss Emma Bur ode who has been sick for several Days is Able to be out. Frank Howey of Andrews a former fort Wayne boy spent sunday in the City. Or. Philip Blade who is at the St. Joseph Hospital is reported As improving rapidly. The y. C. A. Defeated the Brothers school foot Ball team saturday by a score of 11 to 0. De Young of Huntington was in the City the guest of Frank Gocke of 325 East Wayne Street yesterday. Simpson m. E. Church fair All next week at no. 140 Calhoun Street half Block South of the Art loan building. At the meeting of the typographical Union yesterday the members decided to participate in the Centennial Parade. Or. Harriett f. Stemen has removed her office from the sanitarium to no 25 Broadway opposite the St. Joseph Hospital. Or. And mrs. C. B. Stemen were in Elydia Ohio saturday attending the funeral of the doctor s Uncle. Bishop Brennerman. Or. And mrs. O. G. Kill and mrs. Charles Orr left last night for St. Louis to attend the veiled Prophet Parade and carnival. Miss Storey has returned Home to Kansas City after a delightful visit with or. And mrs. J. A. Powers on East Wayne Street. Will Addlesperger of Toledo will be Here this week the guest. Of j. J. Hauck of West Washington Street and to attend the Centennial. Miss Farnan s dancing Academy will open in Morton Hall tomorrow night and will remain there until the completion of the new Lau Block. Hon. J. Barrett arrived Home from Philadelphia saturday night with his daughter miss Florence who was obliged to come Home from school on account of sickness. Rev. L. L. Henson the new pastor of the Baptist Church will reside at no. 149 West Washington Street. His family will arrive Here from Baltimore As soon As the residence is ready for occupancy. The first work on the erection of the Centennial Arch at the intersection of Calhoun and Wayne streets was done this morning. The Arch will be a double one and the contract Calls for its completion by next Friday. Saturday evening at Brookside John Bass jr., entertained the Del Sigma no. At 6 o clock a six course dinner was served. Those present were Fred Soaff Frank Davis Ralph Chapin Fred Gregg Ronald Purman Philip Bursley Walter Crimm and John Bass Rev. A. W. Meyer formerly of Pittsburg pa., but now professor at St. John s lutheran College Winfield Kansas will lecture at the English lutheran Church of the redeemer Corner West Washington and Fulton streets tuesday evening oct. 8, at 8 o clock. Subject Quot in the South sea islands Quot from personal observation no admission will be charged but a collection will be taken up in the interest of St. John s College. The escort committee for the annual convention of the Indiana state federation of labor will meet at the City Hall tomorrow evening at 7 o clock. Great interest is manifested Here in the meetings which Are to be held in this City this week. At the mass meeting in Saenger bund Hall thursday evening p. H. Penna president of the United mine workers of North America and a. Burns of South Bend will be the principal speakers. Superintendent Rettig of the reformed orphans Home Enteria aed the delegates to the Synod saturday afternoon at that Beautiful spot East of the City. The delegates were driven to the Home where a Bountiful repast had been Laid for them. Rev. Or. H. J. Re trick of Calvin College Cleveland Ohio made a few remarks at the dinner table and a very Happy response was made by Rev. Or. Rettig in behalf of the management of the Home. Many compliment were passed on the methods sufi Tho Fippen Aace of the pm amp tit ution end at Cha close fihe Diu apr the guests parsed the plate Nanri a Neal bum was donated to the , Pete amp Max. Your Money s Worth or your Money Back. Balti Ruoi e oust Ltd is. Received daily via express Nicks and fresh Best brands. Best Stew Rii 20o, by tra Sec Fly ing 27c. Best celery Chi fro Bunches 22c. Cape cod cranberries 8c it. Best hams 10c so Eldeib 7c Best diary butter 18c Jar Batter 10c. Best potatoes 30c bus be. Fruit House. E. F. Nit de a. Houie from Detroit. Born to or. And mrs. Conrad Fenker a daughter. Howard Winch has returned from a trip through the Northwest. Arnold Scheie has engaged in the Cigar manufacturing . C. E. Everett is confined to his Home with a severe Case of typhoid fever. James a. Crow the contractor of Montpelier was in the City on business. H. W. Mordhurst and William King made a business trip to Montpelier today. Home Lodge no. 342. F. Amp a. M., will meet tomorrow evening for work in the second degree. Lee Heller won one first one second and one third prize in bicycle races at Anderson saturday. Mrs. Jos. A. Storm of Petoskey mich., is visiting mrs. We. Paul of West Jef Terson Street. Landlord Dick Townsend of the Randall and his son Bert went to Montpelier this morning. Or. Frank Bond and miss Alice Crane spent sunday at Huntertown guests of or. Will shows. W. B. Phillips proprietor of the fort Wayne steam laundry has gone to Atlanta to attend the exposition. Mrs. David Mcconnehey of Decatur ind., is visiting her daughter mrs. Clarence Moore of West main Street. John Erickson has just completed the furniture to be used in a. J. Keller s now pharmacy in the new Lau Block. Born to or. And mrs. A. B. Weeks of West Creighton Avenue on the third anniversary of their marriage a ten Pound son. Mrs. E m Koons of Prospect Avenue and mrs. L. Caston of ossian.ind., have left for Lagrange to spend a week with friends. Mrs. G. W. Spangler has returned Home after a three weeks visit with friends and relatives at South Bend and Wabash. Wayne tent Iio. 54, k. 0. T. M., will give a grand Centennial Ball in the sons of Columbus Hall thursday evening october 17. Mrs. T. J. Quinn and son who were the guests of mrs. G. Ohneck have departed for Glenwood Springs col., their future Home. Members of the Junior department of the y. C. A. Will have their first gymnasium class Drill tomorrow afternoon at 4 30 o clock. The duo Decimo club will hold its first meeting of the season this evening at the Home of or. And mrs. Stuart rehrer 410 Broadway. A very important meeting of the ladies Aid society of the Church of Christ will be held at the Church tomorrow morning at 10 o clock. The ladies of the Centennial decorative committee meet at the Trentman building for the purpose of making a lot of yellow and Black rosettes. Will r. Bauer who is organizing a Lodge of the knights of Columbus expects to have the organization completed the latter part of this week. The official lithographs of general Anthony Wayne will arrive at Centennial Headquarters tomorrow and will be placed on Sale at fifteen cents each. The lecture of sex governor will Cumback on Quot the present life Quot at the Wayne Street m e. Church last night was full of interest and one of the Best Ever delivered in this City. Governor Cumback is a magnificent platform speaker. The last meeting of the year of the Central Board of the y. C. A. Will be held tonight at the Parlours of the Railroad department. One week from tonight the annual meeting of the association will be held also in the Railroad department. At noon today the fire department was called to extinguish a Small Blaze that had started in the roof of a summer Kitchen of a House owned by William Kruse on Barr Street Between Washington and Jefferson streets. There was but Small loss. At the meeting in the Railroad Reading rooms yesterday Little miss Carrie Belle Hubler aged six years Sang a most Beautiful Solo and did it in a perfect manner. The child has a wonderfully Strong and Sweet voice. The parents reside on South Hanna Street. Saturday evening miss Clara Graene Wald at her Home 11 Fairfield Avenue gave a very delightful Surprise party for Mies Edna Rentschler in Honor of her tenth birthday. There were about forty of her Young friends present. The evening was pleasantly spent in games and dancing. Miss Rentschler received Many Beautiful and costly presents. Mothers in the City having boys under the age of sixteen years Are requested to meet in the Parlours of the y. C. A. Tuesday afternoon at 2 30 o clock. It is hoped that a Large number will be or front As a matter of vital importance to them a to be considered. Members of the ladies auxiliary Are invited to meet Vith them. Sunday afternoon mrs. Sophia try son of 15 Leith Street was surprised by a number of her friends who gathered at her Home in Honor of mrs. Wed More of a Skub Ohio. A social time was spent by All with instrumental and vocal music by mid. Burlingame a Solo by mrs. Bryson and a duet by masters Richard and Arthur Burlin Gam after which a delightful repast was served and Al adjourned to their Bohacs a Ell pm iii at int Shtir buc Cess in burp Ripino the or Hobt be. Ansorg those prent wore mrs wed Nore or. Blound or. Jod mrs in or. And mrs. 0. Round or. mrs. F. Gref club Mari. Wiur Lingame mrs. Bryson miss Dot Pii Elpe miss Phelps mics Myrtle , miss Hazel Coue Lin Verda Bio Iid Glidys grv3i-ii8, a i Ter Arthur Burliz Gnu i chord eur j Lingame Willie Conelin and feed j by j son. I Llo Sierr Quot tons of hosiery for ladies gents and children from so up it Kane s. The Omo Synod. of a College professor is accepted. The to Meit at . Ltd. Next year Busi inesm today my it Liisu a Raay. The Ohio Synod of the ref Inid Church which has been Here since last wednesday i adjourned this afternoon to meet at Louisville Ohio on the first wednesday in october 1896. The principal matter of interest at the session this morning was the action of the Synod in reference to the resignation of or. Swander As professor of practical theology of Heidelberg University at to flan Ohio. The resignation when first presented had been referred to a committee As there was some dissatisfaction regarding what some of the delegates termed the obtuseness of the Rev. Swander n communication in which the resignation was embodied. Subsequently however it was Learned that the resignation a sub not a voluntary movement on the part of the professor but was the result of a demand on the part of the students of the Seminary who were dissatisfied with or. Swander s disciplinary regulations and the doctrines Wabich he sought to teach in the University. The professor s friends were opposed to the acceptance of the resignation. The committee s report recommending its acceptance therefore was the signal for a warm discussion in the course of which several of the speakers became highly wrought up. The matter was finally settled at the session this morning by the almost unanimous adoption of the following Resolution accepting the resignation Quot whereas the Synod has Learned with deep regret of the serious troubles existing Between the students of Heidelberg theological Seminary and the professor of practical theology bringing about such Adverse conditions and relations that he feels necessitated to tender his resignation of the office in order to promote the peace and Prosperity of the institution therefore be it resolved that his resignation be and is hereby a report was received from the treasurer of the Doc Iota for the Relief of superannuated ministers and their widows and was referred to the proper committee. The special committee to consider the matter of endorsing the Calvin College was Laid on the table and will probably come up at the next meeting of the Synod. The report of the standing committee on Mission called Forth an Earnest and interesting discussion and after some blight amendment it was adopted As a whole. The next business of importance Ofta the selection of the various boards and the following was the result Home missions Rev. Edward d. Wettach Rev. L. B. C. Lahr. Trustees of Heidelberg University Rev. Isaac h. Reiter Rev. Michael Loucks Rev. C. E. Miller elder Horace Ankeney elder John w. Keller. Visitors Heidelberg Keni Inary Rev. Isaac a. Sites Rev. David a. Parks Rev. J. D Neff Rev e. E. Weller. Regents of Heidelberg Jaiver Sitye elder Irwin Yost elder Victor p. Van Home elder Benjamin Ashbaucher elder j. A. Klahr Hon. N. H. Albaugh Rev. E p. Herbruck. Board of sunday schools a Rev. Reuben Keller Rev. John h. Bom Berger. Board of trustees of Synod Rev. Isaac h. Reiter elder Horace Ankeny Board of publications Rev. G. W. Willard Rev. William a. Hale. Delegates to Central Synod Rev. E. P. Herbruck primaries Rev. S. B. Yockey secundus. The visiting pastors of the Synod preached in the different churches of the City yesterday at both the morning and evening services but the chief interest of the delegates entered in the exercises held at the Grace reformed Church and there was o Large attendance at All the meetings. At the Sabbath school in the morning addresses were delivered by revs. C. Rohr Baugh c. E. Ewing and f. W. Hoffman. At 10 30 a. A the communion services were held in the audience room. The Sermon was preached by Rev. J. P. Stahl the president of the Synod and the altar so Rice was conducted by Rev. G. W. Williard of Dayton Ohio the former president of Heidelberg University oae of the most prominent divines in the West. The Sermon of Rev. Stahl was found Eil upon to ilm i Ault a Quot what think be of Christ Quot and what shall i do then with Jesama which is called Christ Quot he spoke of the distinguishing attributes of Christ s character and his i a and said it was necessary for us to knot him in order that we might be Arbieto it determine what we will do with him. Having formed the proper Conception of Christ it would not be easy to escape the conviction that he was the son of god and our personal Savior. We should accept him As such and and receive him into our lives. In the afternoon a rally service of the Christian Endeavor and other Young people s societies of the City was held at the Church and it was largely attended and of an interesting character. It was led by Rev. C e Miller of Dayton 0., a Brilliant speaker who for the past year has been the president of the Christian Endeavor Union of Ohio. The opening prayer was made by Rev. Elmer e. Weller the pastor of the reformed Church at German town 0., and addresses were delivered by Rev. L. B. C. Lahr j. H. Steele and David Burk Halter. In the evening a meeting in the interest of Home missions was held Rev. J. A. Peters the president of the Board presided and addresses were delivered by revs. C. E. Miller a. Noll and d. S Fouse. Rev. S. B. Yockey of Xenia 0., occupied the pulpit of Rev. Ainslie at the congregational Church in the morning. He is a Fine pulpit orator and his Sermon was an Able and interesting one. The Central thought that he urged upon his hearers was that we should look to and depend upon god for help in the affairs of life and if we come in Faith to him and do our part he will give us the help we need. Men often seek to get along in this world by adopting methods which do not meet the approval of god. They May secure positions of prominence and attain wealth by Means which Are degrading Lut they Are the slaves to these it Al fences. Their lives Are not Happy ones and measured by the True Standard Are miserable failures. Instead of reaching Down for our help we should reach up to god and then our lives would be a Success. Or. Yockey is one of the Ablest divines in the reformed Synod. The morning Sermon at the Wayne Street m. E. Church was preached by Rev. Or. W. A. Hale of Dayton Ohio. Or. Hale delivered the Sermon at the time the Corner Stone of the Grace Church was Laid a few years ago and at time his eloquence charmed his hearers. His discourse yesterday was Able and forcible and pleased the Large audience which heard it. He took As his theme the Story of the prodigal son and Drew from it the duty that the Church and christians owe to sinners. Christ did not hesitate to go out among the sinners and seek to draw them to him. He mingled with them and this is what the Christian should do go out a Ter them and seek by personal Contact and personal influence to bring them into the fold of right living and right doing for there is More Joy in heaven Over one sinner that re Kenteth than Over the ninety and nine just persons which need no repentance. Rev. Van Home d. D., the president of Heidelberg University preached the Sermon at the first presbyterian Church and Rev. Or. Leber Man one of the most prominent ministers of the Ohio Synod at the Westminster Church. Both sermons were Able pulpit efforts full of Rich thought and eloquent and were attentively listened to by the Large audiences present. Or. Leberman a Lead the Story of the prodigal son As his scripture lesson and took the first two verses of that narrative chapter As the text of his Sermon. Those who heard him speak in High terms of Praise of his ability As a pulpit speaker and say his discourse was an excellent one. Underwear by the car Load at Kane s. Children s underwear from 10c up. Ladies underwear from 18c up. Men s underwear from 15o up. Entire new Stock at Kane s. For Centennial sign work neat work and Low prices Call on e a. White Man 201 Lafayette or 14 Pearl Street the ods card of thanks. We desire is this manner to return thanks to the neighbors and friends who to kindly assisted us during our late bereavement by the death of our husband and father Anton Zimmerman. Mrs. Zimmerman and family. Permit us to prove our Cali and you. We let us Are i show Ling to abide the consequences and you can save one third of the Price of a new suit or overcoat by the Experiment. Will Yoa try ii j of Vve do qui speak of me or Al diary ready made clothing but the kind we keep 1 Here s a vast difference As you will doubtless perceive. For g5c. Or Over shirts men. Good Ciu Alliy 42j. 5uc and gloves and mits irom 10c up at Kane s. A Sale Ostrich Feather Boas Mergen theivin s Bazaar second floor. At commencing tuesday morning and ending wednesday night we will place on Sale All our Ostrich Feather Boas at prices within the reach of All. Genuine Ostrich Feather Boas 18 inches Long 9s cents Worth $1.75. Genuine Ostrich Feather Bous Worth 50, now at $2.15. Genuine Ostrich Feather Boas Worth $5 00, now at $3.69. Genome Ostrich Feather Boas Worth $6.75, now at $4 98. Genuine Ostrich Feather Boas Worth $8 00, now at $5.89. Genuine Ostrich Feather Boas Worth $10 00. Now at $6.98. Genuine Ostrich Feather Boas Worth $14,50, now at $11.98. Genuine Ostrich Feather Boas Worth $18.00, now at $14.89. Genuine Ostrich Feather Boas Worth $20.00, now at $15.78. Genuine Ostrich Feather Boas Worth $22 50, now at $17.75. Genuine Ostrich Feather Boas Worth $25 00, now at $19 98. Call Early and get first Choice at Mergentheim s Bazaar second floor. For Centennial sign work Call on e a. Whiteman 201 Lafayette Street or 14 Pearl Street. Teo St John t. France of Decatur a leading lawyer waa in the City today. Anemones Chino Doxa allium frit Illaria lilies and other bulbs at reduced prices. A treatise on bulb culture free to every customer. 27eodtf s. Bash amp co. Flags. A All sizes Chiaese lanterns and Bunting for Centennial decorations. Very lowest prices at Jas. Kane s. Points of interest. We like nothing better than to be Able to save you Moner. The following bargains Are Only a few of the Many bargains we Are offering this week. S1.25 lace curtains at 95c. §1.50 lace curtains at 81.25. §2 00 lace curtains at �1.75. S2.25 Chenille curtains at s1.90. 83.25 Chenille curtains at s2.75. 30c ingrain carpets at 22c. 40c ingrain carpets at 30c. 65c ingrain carpets at 50e. Dress goods. Double Width plaids at 120. 25c Cashimere reduced to"20c. 35c All Wool Serge reduced to 25e. 50c All Wool Henrietta reduced to 37ic. 25c Novelty goods reduced to 20c. 35c Novelty goods reduced to 25c. A line of English Cheviot reduced to 42c. A new line of fancy plaids at 25c and 4 5c, special value. Underwear. A line of ladies ribbed underwear at 15e, Worth 20c. A line of ladies ribbed underwear at 25c, special value. A line of ladies ribbed underwear at 35c, reduced from 50c. Gents ribbed and natural Wool underwear at 25c. Gents Camel hair underwear at 35c, special value. Gents ribbed underwear extra heavy at 39c, reduced from 50c. Gents natural Wool underwear at 50c, reduced from 75c. Special Low prices on All children s underwear. New buttons new ribbons new laces new dress trimmings All at our usual Jow prices. Don t fail to visit the Boston store and get some of the Many bargains we Are offering this week. Williaml Iahn co., the Boston store. For Centennial sign work Call on e. A. Whiteman 201 Lafayette Street or 14 Pearl Street. 7eod3t in Superb styles in Quality of goods in the extent of our assortment in the prices at which we offer them. In the skill with which we make and Lay them in the High reputation of the Well known makes we handle in All these things our magnificent carpet Stock this fall laps All Over other stocks in town so far that they Are simply Quot not in look at the ten designs shown in our court Street windows and say whether our claim a not Correct. Foster s carpet House. Special opening of All the newest styles of the season every Day this week. Cut Flowers. Fresh Cut roses per doz.50c carnations per doz.35c funeral designs made to order i Lowers delivered in the City. 90 Thompson ave. Telephone no. 231. Vesey a greenhouse. Brother and sister. An exact likeness of a Young Lauy and i Etleman Well known in this City. After a Lew weeks Osa of the i Quot nameless complexion he Ledies Quot the freckles were completely removed from Oneis de of their faces thus being using examples of the Efficacy of Liete wonder jul fact and skin Al emedia. Tan freckles liver Molea 3ioth patches wrinkles and All Blemmie positively cured or Money refunded. Price is per package. -1107 Pearl Street. Elkhart Indiana. The modern medical co. I Khart not. For Sale by new York Hilr my 2� e. Fra Sington Street master Charles Swanson. Miss Lemmie so Soik the Farnen dancing Academy opens its seventh season at the Morton Hall. Tuesday. Of too 9th. And lessons will be Given every tues toy and Friday evening until the Lau building is finished. A class for ladies will be formed tuesday afternoon at 2 30 p. Children saturday. October 13th, at 2 p. Private lessons Given att any time. For further particular. Call or address 395 Calhoun Street. Dentist Whites Block above fruit House s. E. Corner Wayne and Calhoun its. To tie ladies of fort Lape a we wish to announce that the Large Sale rooms of the new Dom tic and White sewing machines Are still at Mohr a building no. 19 w. Wayne St. In spite of rumours to contrary. T. H. Mcquillan agent terms to suit customers. Quot the proof of the pudding is in the eating Quot go Down on East Columbia St. And look at the paint on the Morgan amp Beach hardware store. Ii was put on five years ago and it locks fresher than some buildings painted last year it is painted with Lowe Bros. Dayton paints and the same paints Are sold yet with pure linseed Oil by Morgan amp company. Us of River Quot Sfa la and we realize that the cold weather is upon us. We must Hustle around for warm clothing to keep out the fall s Chilly blast. We need warm faults warm overcoats warm underwear to Deiy old Winter. Quot we must have them and it is always a question with some where they can Purchase the beat. We Are in position to give them the Best values for the least Money. We desire to present for your inspection our immense Liue of Winter garments made especially As Colt eb-sistee3. We have Many remarkable bargains to Oifer in All departments of our store and remember that we have Only new goods to , oleic Odds to Are Sellig them by the hundreds for Man for boy for child. To can give you the Bast or the cheapest or any grades Bill leu. All styles All Shapos All colors. We carry storm Coats that Langh at Zero and turn Winter into summer. These Are cold Eesi Stees that can t be beat. Suits suits suits. Do you want an All Wool suit ask for our strictly All Wool Black or Blu Cheviot suit for , for men. Does your son want a Long j hints suit ask for cur strictly All a ool suit for s 1.00. Does your boy Neil a Short pants suit for byte from 4 to 15 years ask for our All Wool �2.00 suit. Smith Aro not Sura Nior suii.3, by Winter suits regular Coll a la Siri we Are now displaying tie latest styles and novelties in fall neckwear at popular prices. Oar patterns Are entirely new. Iron will be no to Date if Yon Purchase Here. We sell the extra by Tea extra we have added a Complete line of gentlemen s Coutv which we word be pleased a Jve you inspect. Lepan k co., 142 Calhoun St Money to loan at five and six per cent interest with privilege of paying part of the principal with any instalment of interest after two years. No trouble and no delay. Special facilities for placing Large Loans on Long time. S. A Lumbard no. 3 Aveline House Block. Everybody goes to the Panti thorium to have their clothing cleaned pressed. Dyed and repaired. Cali no Telephone 465 and they will Call for sour work. 16 abrade miss Jenny Job a verify prop. U u 1 i in leaders of fashion. 56 Calhoun St., opposite court i Corner Calhoun and Berry streets. House. By Hwy a Liy a g. W. To Megek room 5 Tarcai get. Fine Bouse near the Bloomingdale Luth a iii of Sale a spend ii Chance Many Osiier Good properties tor if ale t first Chiss insurance companies represented. Hay and Oats. Bist new Oats 25c of Quot Bush Al. Or about $15 per ton. Fet a More Oats and Leas Hay. Special prices on Hay. Send your orders to s. Rash co. $50 to $50,000 to loan on farm and City property or personal Security. J. F. Scheili amp co., Pixley Block. = pet Wayne and. Tel Elioue s a

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Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!