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PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, Div 'KM $KK 2s. is;.;,.
A MODEL MAI! K KT.
IS WHAT EVERY MAN WANTS,
AND HERE THEY ARE.
; lrfc-t cleanliness. The front part of in eivst is n..t as oiidm-ive V good as I ni'Vi; 1 rri T II I" llMl I Y
! this room is to be partitioned oft' and to take o;f one's own mat and i.ut i ' ' ' ll'MjLl
and wih be used as a packing room.
sie 1 1 ! i U j- to ' he w-ee! an I a!! push to- ;
Kunh's New Market is One of the 1 -ng nus been slighted. W,eiigetl.e. Maul bv i'",
Finestt one has seen it all tbe idea of c -in-. i.ationize home merchants abl maim- iLe Pas'lng of Cmldno.-d s Merriest
pletetiess is perfect. Kvery suggestion ; lecturers and be willing that ail should Festival.
' "f improvement is already a reality receive a fair profit for iheir labor.
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AND IS SO PRONOUNCED BY ALL. wn.cn is Li useii me Lest guaranty ot Murtv i a partnership of interests
i-i;ini; .Market I -1 1 I'raise I - It On tipic
Two l'loor and is Complete in l't-ry
Depart inent Christ ma I iplay.
high quality goods and the most excel
' lent service.
THE RECORD BROKEN.
From now on until January 1, 18, for
each and every cash sale I will give the follow
ing bargain: With every suit of clothes, an ex
tra pair of pants of the same material as suit;
with every sinjjrli; pair of pants, a good pair of
suspenders; and all overcoats will he made at
rock-bottom prices, (live me a call.
! It is only within a few days that the
rio'iKin.rli.il nt --Cli rit ma Itoom it t lie
which aii are entitled to receive a share 1
i the profits, and in advancing thei
common welfare t e dav labour and
the money lender are alike nnder ooii- ;
ira'ions to (Jo their share, according o ;
t heir abihtv. -Ueardstown Star.
THOUGH THE SKIES WEPT.
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Hid I "I-:a ii I i: liK-inlii .oi A
iC.OtoT ui-t nlrtiili'.
. final touches which make Fred II
i Kuhii's new meat market in the new
And --urn a ( 'hrist mas !
It was the kind To make pe.yle think
Mark t ( 31 at ri moiiial Permit-.-
I 1 v'iti-fiiir Happy Heart. . i: mini-. n -.
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i Kuhn building the most complete in I n ls 111,1 tT uen mat ine county ( i ne noun pour oi ram lor the past t w. 01.1.1 01 u.ose jo;: o (l u;is wnen
the state of Indiana ami one of the i clerk wh' bandies the business of the ( or three days, says I riday's Likhari , Im'u vv' re peaked hats, earned jukes
most complete and best ordered in the I marriage license department's records ! Ueview. brings to mind the great ilood of :hd lanterns, sang drawling carols
! countrv, have leen mad1. The observer an )t' caught off his guard. Day by ; February b VI 17. when thest. Joseph ; ll'der latticed windows, got their bm-k-who
looks in or goes in is struck at ,lav MVS the dosing clupters, in Mie- and F.Ik hart rivers overilowcd 'hen h-d sh-es full of snow. ae n.a-t pig at
once with the neatness aiul tasteful ' Vi"-K' hned romance winch has I. right t Lanks as never Lefre known and a!i oaken tub-e m the rui.ly glare d the
arrangement of the market nroner. but al" d:wn together the suscepti- Ihc'eti considerable damage up-m thi.-. i'''. ' i,-,J. -"red ;h.mse,e- fid! of
' he who, by invitation or on any pretext, I bk '-' lives of T -m, J ick and Harry ! ciiy. Uefore that i'.n-e the Va'erof
' is permitted to p Leynd Mie mam- u!1'1 t!,t ,r Iliir u,,,ii the whole lsr,;, v.-dch cut a new c anne' he u.vii
aüdir .o .es its noveitv enttreiv. and the the l-.ikhart an! t..L.- t ce cSrij aS
moth ice chest and ibwn to the base-.
-t -aminj: unrii. and then lei! conitoit
thiy a.-iei-p in ih'-n 1 ack-d cii iirs
" iri'-w oj t he i- icf io la':'':!!!:-'
ment lloor is destined l manv sur-' r'(M 1!!U'!'1 5-1 i" Uie licenses is purely . a tail-.ace l.j- the hd:at;.cs onii;e iat '-beer, ce.na!...-.
prises and cannot he!p holding in admi
ration the ambitious eitert which has
broujrht into reality m a smaii ct: v:i
I nisi nt-ss ihstbn'ioti wlitch, for its ap
proximate pence ion in every dctai is
worthy d' any me: -. j i t .11 1 i-'y n,
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Bocks, Bibles, Albums, e
"Work Boxes, Toilet Trays,
Glove Boxes, 3
Handkerchief Boxes, 3
Collar and Guff Boxes, 3
t in i" has t wici
!ics d. si roved by i:r but ea.-h . :.e
11 t lise:: (0 tlie emei ency ; o ii
esUvbiished himself with heller i:.'u.v
' an! facilities ? i . . i I r !.e !i id beton
The ;uai ket now i a.s neat and
v h in j as I i," c'e-,.;:"st and best ordeied
dinin:;" room, and meats and im at
p; od nets are d.sp:aed in the mo-t
appet i.i:: mannt i. In the cenir of
the fr nt '. iruio'.v !(-d.m. is an a-;;;.!.-ium.
Tiie w;i do, iters.-, is l;n-d
with alvani.vd iton and i e.sptchiüy
thi t-d for the display of fresh L.-di.
Tiie Clr.-isl mas dispi.iv n: this window
was one oi (I-e prettiest and most ar
tistic of anv o! t ! t e displavs made in
Plymouth this e.r and was wide'v
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lor a license until the olhcial iraped.
liieie ware ji-st two do.-m of the
ma-1 imonn:;iy irclined yonn folk v.a.o
an o- ram
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A numlu-r of lit t h- U- availed tn-.-m
-elves of the' o,.p it unity otfered by t.h
I Mn:ri:Mi;:.T to -et each a beautiful
ls inch doll by simpiy b; mv.mi;:; or send
im; in a single new cash subscription
Sliavin Set, Smoking St?t, Perfume Sots, 3
I)(dls, Sjcii and Toys of every description 2
2 for ")()e. on the dnlhnat 3
1 The People's Drug Siore. 1
to this paner. The last of these ord'-r-'
! commented upon. The oyster case just decided to m irk tn" ctin:- of Christ
! ! a I 1 a I I ? I I a U 1 I I i t M it Ii -1 I IltTo i -t' f !:li oVi. f tilil a ! '
I nisuie me uoor ctanams uuee jiiass ja;s ; ""' cniUL. m t,js niornm- and ti- md: a !il
! backed by an ice ch st which main- ! so 1 bat tl.t-y ci nid e .om-mize in faluie ja(i . j,,.,, p,.-,"rt. ,l t.
! tains a ct nslant low temperature with- hy "bservin- two anniv.M-sarte.s at .nce. nnii(a?il)Il ' a!lil 't!a. ..lk.r lW a
lout dilutin- the luiuor witli ice water. ! 1 here name, weiv: I prize doll was sent litt'-- Miss Fa'con-
! Oysters shipped solid are therefore sold j r,,0' IScton North and M. (Irace ! u
I to consnmers solid ami letam the lull ! Urownlee. , js r;Kii(j friim a :W n, ( ,tv
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j ueiicacy oi iiieir pecunur uaor. .Next i -.u.,...,. -i;!-, : live years !d and is as follows:
j to this is a marine top service counter,
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h u.' i-oii.e ..;a p.-' ;
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plants in ai-unuan.
sch m !s C ii i'.t.-d i'V
air.l m t he
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I'ol iner were
!' ; d. ta ra'eii
lowers and poi ted
aaam the tin-e-
. bac of which is a tier of shelves on
! which is dispiaveu the choicest of
! pickles, relishes and bottled . goods d'
j many kinds, anil canned, pickhd and
j preserved meats and meat products:
I 1 I j I riubt !iia-ik f i K'llf.tk L'lt I bat 'lit!'.
auu iiiiv in it .Ii nunii r unit anj -
T-Jl-T A I V Ih ! I I H V7 iH f thins in this line called for and not in
Come and purchase your wife a New
Home or Domestic cabinet sewing machine,
d ices s'Jt U J to s lö.Oa
ee my stock of organs and their elegant
finish in upright piano style. Also many de
signs of parlor cabinets. Trices to suit all,
S-Ö.0O to 100.00. 1 have no agents and will
make you close Christmas prices.
Don't fail to see my new line of Sheet
Music, consisting of latest songs, etc., rang
mg in pri-e from 10c. to lUc. A few of the
latest are;-4 Fatal Wedding," "Kutchy,
Kutchv, Coo," " Uemember Me," (answer to
weet Mane, )"es, L Love ion, (answer I
tt "Sweetest St(rv Tver Told.") 'Must sav i 1 ''en (
; stock will immediately be added in
such quantities as are warranted. Op
posite this shelving is a "ipiarter rack"
that will probably hold two or three
tons of quartered beef.
IIeoi:d these things and at the left
is the or.ice. A little faither back are
the sectional maple cutt.ng blocks and
two marble top meat counters joined
at right angles, iiack of the counter
to the right is another rack, IS feet
long, 1 rails high, 1J hooks, on which
is hung a variety of sausages and meats
and which is always m use.
onus the refrigerator. It is a
King O. Kellogg and Louise iloser.
.lohn V Thresh ami Lizzie Oarard.
tlrant liel and Felle Carl.
James K. Aniar and Sarah Mabel
William F. DiHinan and
Lewis ('. Kepler and. I ü: 1 1 .May i'ut
Ill l I VM. I N I ... I
L-titer el tiie iii'-at'n In.leNviitleM.
hoiioia! customs i
ollettd to the h;
child:-a anil the:
ie hour. w:u,
y tin -'Ugs of merry
At the Met!.
!i a brilliant I v
' n i;t!' xavii! vi.:i woti-ii jnv' a tCn i-i.-.-t ... , . , , , : ., ,,.
' i.. , ., . gilt tivuhled aims, to i he impatient
i 1'1'ae ua l "eii'h:;'r in a n-w mi!'-i-! il-er n.r t.ur
inoia ! js-ij-T. ph-iiM- s-iet v.air Seinl-Weekiy t.,,;e... ! little ones. A dainty program of musi
! llhtrhlvii. KutiarnL In-!.. ant plea.- s n l im- i eai and literary tiumbi is pr faced the
..nii-r i..r a..ii. Vou.- ! ti'.-t nhut ion of the i re-eats. The choir
and tiie various classes wi'h their
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Charles ih Dermer and Daisy Ourt-i n. -ih Miss Fa'co-ibnrv a haot.v 1 1 k 'hers part ieipated.
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Win. Ii. Shirley and Willa V. .lohn
Walter Maxson and Lena K. Fieser.
Liiuton Ila!e and Nellie Colvm.
The chüdren of the I 'i s!i) terian
hool piesenteii a lea'ly charming
Uitiiii in .mi. nt i. .ia.
,. little cantata, whose sprightly story was
I lie MtiiM OriloiuiM-f. i ii
From Thursday's Daily. ! the Visit of tl.e jelly old
The effect of the snow ordinance ie-! patron samt -i laughing
cently passed by the city council is an- j childhood. The lankier rendition of
i.arent t..lay m all parts of town. Most j the program spoke v .iwmes of praise
D. 15. Armstrong, one of ine oldest j people have cleaned their walks as they f"r the enthusiastic labors oi the Iittla
residents of this community, died about ! shouM do. A few who go on the prin- ; L-u tici. unit s ami the laithtul dnlimg of
I o'clock Christmas night at his home ciple "never do today what you can put Mls ib-own!ee, Mrs. Auh-i.t and Mr.
here after a lingering illness which has ! idi till tomorrow' have neglected their ; Ion-ird.
consumed a full vear. -duty to their neighbors and tbe public. ! s,ll"rb decoratio-.-, aiti-tn- m ev- ry
Mr. Armstrong was ÖS years .!!. and i Tomorrow morning, if the snow lats. iVl,','i- k(':l u,Mr l !" Vii ' !1
(Jail and see i
Oood-i:e Agiin,"';answer to "Say AuIievoir,r i niamun-lb ice chest with a cajiacity for j has lived in Plymouth since 1". He ! the cleaning of walks will become a J 'ymen, o. .oe i.p.st ooi.i.aa c.in .a
ttc.) ''Cradle Song," hy Kate Vannah. ten tons of ice and a car load of beef, i leaves two d in-rhters. He was a nainti r ! case of necessity and it is to be hoped. 1 "i't. An elegantly anno.ated i-c 1 l
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j besi.les room for hutler cmparl meiits Ly trade, and worked at that occupation : that all who have yet neglected t he : lts bads o: i . .ys an i -i : t s. !,., wat
Jilld see lliy Christmas bargains in musical j ther cmmodd!es requiring c.:d until Iiis illness made it impossible. ; matter will comply with the law with a t tubing caio.s ana .m- a; -pi . j : ni.- .
(if sullIC )F U!V violin strilC-- 2 for 5 ets. s'oru'41' T,u butter compartments are j The funeral services, conducted by I goo. I grace. The snow ordinance. opr ; vim i--na! -1 m i oi resp.n.siv- leatii :g.
. .L. flw ' " ' ' ' i jacketed and are entirely separated bh-v. Charlton under the atismces of ' ative, i a muuicip'l b'e.sing. 1 vu:,'-'l'r "h" Ut':'' :i u'
I lrom all other compai hnents, tnus the C. A. 11. i-et and t!i--.-:t v hra tU- -". " 1 ' -x
W. D. LILLYBBIDGE.
North Michigan St. Jeweler.
ikiepmglhe butler liee lrom ta;n' id ! pai tmetit. will be held from the late
J m;-a and every tiling tlia' mig!t wa.-i k home at - oVha-S; n Sunday after-
'upon it with deletei i, a:s ilect. Tiie i i;.m:i.
refrigerator is Daemicke : Cmpans ;
j patent and will maintain a lemperatuie 1 stana i.y vmr nn i n.
oi :U degrees abve zero during the! Wo may honestly differ in matters of
H.ili i d !!.- In.
j A pariy d' r .uni'iiltt young peoj
ja'temhd the Christmas eve dance at
i Walkerton and report a highly enjoy-
' kl.t. tili... 'F b , tl' hi 1 I-. .t I f ) ! ! I. I (.1 I
tll'll U1IU, 1 LTV H F urin imiuu'i,
Albums, Dolls, Toilet Cases,
Fine Gift and Children's Books,
Children's Dishes and Fine China
ware. I have, therefore, determined to make a groat
reduction on all Holiday (Joods rather than carry them
over. Come and see me.
W. iVI. KENDALL.
hottest summer weather. There aie
! S feet of marble top couuteis in the
liack of the ice chest is the store
room which, being on the main lloor
and being used tor no other purpose,
is an invaluable convenience.
One of the most interesting things in
tbe basement is the sausage cutttr,
which is a new rotary machine and
probably the only one of its kind in
this section uf the state Its capacity
is about 1,-00 pounds per hour which
can, under necessity, be increased to
l,r0l) pounds. Its action is smooth and
its work perfect. It makes no more
noise than the average sewing machine.
On this lloor is the steam beating
and power boiler, a I horse-power hori
zontal steam engine, a steel jacketed
steam lard rendering vat and numer
ous other appliances, anil here is done
the rendering of lard ami cooking.
'The rendering vat is coveied with a
funnel shaped ventilator which carries
all odors into the boiler line and every
arrangement, including a complete sys
tem of drainage, is made for the most
politics, religion and medicine, for in
these fields it is well understood that
ea h one's way of thinking is the best,
but there is no room lor difference of
opinion in the matter of the plain duty
of every citizen to stand by home in
stitutions. I'atrorize home industries,
should be the motto blazoned on every
blank wall in the city until it becomes
an ingrained habit that needs no urg
ing to enforce. Let everybody with a
dollar to spend remember that every
dollar spent at home helps to swell the
volume of currency in the local chan
nels of trade, and every interest in the
city and every dweller in it is benefited
by the impetus given to local trade by
plenty of money freely circulated. One
dollar in the course of a day pays many
dollars of debt ami every dollar taken
lrom the trade of your own town and
sent to swell the currency of another is
a direct blow to home interest. 'The
prosperity of each is bound up in the
prosperity of all, and no individual can
escape his share of responsibility for
the lesult. To criticise the methods of
those who are trying to advance home
Mis. M.tuuie l elite-Ii.
IV! t A-lltoll.
M la I. Mitin'11.
Mr. Win. Klingerman of Laporte, and
until recently a resident of this city, was
a Plymouth visitor with relatives
Thursday. lie reports his busi
ness as manufacturer of hard wood
lumber in a very prosperous and prom
ising condition with advance orders for
all tbe lumber they can saw from now
until July 1. Tin: Indkpkndknt is
glad to chronicle Mr. Klingerman's success.
K'ii't to M''t.
The comrades of Miles II.TTbbetts
l'ost are requested to meet at l'ost hall
promptly at 1 p. m. Sunday, Dec. 2'., for
the purpose of attending the funeral
in a body of late comrade 1). IJ. Arm
strong, whose funeral will occur at his
late residence at 12 p. m. of the same
ee vi- es Wile .at n.t end.
Hi.v. ! tn- tii.
e tee I i.iva sa L'g to t ,.e : amg mall
or woman w h-. s ambitious i -r inw J.
edge, or who is making oat w has
already planm-d a eeitaiu coarse of
leading or study, do in i attempt to)
lurch, or make your list of studies oc
books too extended. "Cew aieol themaii
of one book" is an old and very wise
anil practical proverb. It is always
better to know everything about some
thing than to try to know something
about everything. There is altogether
too much knowledge in the world novr
for any man to attempt to cover a one
thousandth part of it. In this day of a
multiplicity ot eneyclopo dias, an apt
student can in a short time dig out
something about everything, ami there
fore hasjio need of nuking himself o
walking cyclopo-dia. liest to be thor
ough and proficient in some one branch
of k now ledge, than to have a smattering
of genuine information on a hundred.
lias induced the Nickel Fl ate road to
sell excursion tickets at low rates to all
points on the line between Uulfalo and
Chicago December 2 Ith, 25th and .'Ust,
iMo and January 1st.