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Capes and Jackets.
The greatest Handkerchief depatrment in Plymouth
here invites an inspection of the enormous attractive j
stock prepared for Holiday buyers. Iast years have j
demonstrated that HERE is Handkeichief Ileadquar- j
ters. This year's sale opens with reatei assortments j
buying than ever. Purchase all your Handkerchiefs
from us; you will get the choicest designs and best
materials obtainable. We have them at prices ranging j
from one cent to two dollars each. Make selections
THE LARGEST STORE IN THE CIT
An Extraorcliriarv Notice.
The superb stock which we offer during this Holiday seaon of "97 o.:r nognized
lowest prices and the Absolute Confidence which the entire public pi.u e in tl is store have
assisted in making our sales much greater in dollars, in yardage :mi in artich s, than wo
have ever before shown. Remember, we always have met any orr. petition, and are reco
nied today by thousands of people as being the lowest' priced uttiturs as well as the
most reliable merchants in Marshall or any adjoining county.
They mut go. and this month too! We have placed
such a price on our remaining hue of Jackets and
Capes that by the end of this month we do not expect
! , to have one garment remaining. If you have not as
yet purchased your Winter Wraps avail yourselves of
this extraordinary opportunity and get an 180,7 made
C0.1t (Latest Style, for little money. lieing he lead
ers, in selling this great and grand line we aKo main
tain that highest principle that of being the leaders
in regulating Iht low( t ; rict s. Now is the time to
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We find that we are overstocked in certain lines of Clothing, having purchased heavily before jj
find we must make a great sacrifice in order to reduce our enormous stock: We shall place on Special Sale, beginning December ioth for 30 days, for cash onlv, six lots of Overcoats and Suits. Take if
every garment out of these different lots and they are worth double their price, and you shall find them on sale on one seperate counter marked the same as advertised. Hring this paper along and be lf
convinced. Understand this is no fake ad or sale but an ad and sale that will save you 50 per cent, or more on every dollar you invest on these goods while this sale continues. Com in and investigate and 'J
you will be convinced that w e have stated the facts exactly as they exist.
WE call special attention to our .line of neckties.1
We have purchased an enormous line for Holiday buy-1
ers. The neatest and most stylish patterns in Neckwear I
that have ever been shown before in this citv will be
found now on exhibition in our store. A Xecktie is a
very choice Christmas Present. Many other items inj
gents' furnishings suitable for Holiday gifts. Special!
low pieces for the Holidays on all these goods. See
us before buying.
Here Are the Lots and Prices.
Lot 1 Men's Suits that were selling
at from $6 to $12; our special
cash sale nrice
Lot Men's overcoats that were
selling at from 4 to 8 dollars; spec
1 a 1
lai casn sale price
Lot 2 Men's Overcoats that were
selling at from $6 to $12; special
cash sale price
Lot 3 Men's Suits that were selling
at from 4 to 7 dollars; our spec
ial cash sale price
Lot 5 Ioys' Suits that were selling
at from 4 to 7.50; our special n 7f
cash sale price iQ
Lot 6 Men's Ulster overcoats that
were selling at from 6 to 12 dol
lars; our special cash sale price
IN our 1 ailorinjj iJepartrucnt remember we carry
'tiie largest assortment of frieze and Domestic Suitings
that can be found in the city. We are recognized lead
( i s in fine Merchant Tailoring, as many years of exper-
j ience has amply demonstrated to the public. Our
j prices are right, and above all we guarantee vou a
perfect fit. Come in and look over our superb stock
of piece goods and let us name prices on a fashionable
Suit or Overcoat.
IN conclusion Space being too scarce to mention the choice bargains which we are offering during this month in
each and every department in our large store we will simply say that if you are searching for a good, honest bargain at any time always come to us
Nowhere else will you he able to find them in so great a profusion as at our store.
ur Store will be Closed all day Christmas, so be sure to make your purchases early.
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From "Wednesday's Daily.
Kd Mclntyre is reported as improv
Milo McCarter, of Macy is in the city
Try the perfumes at the People's
Mr. Heiniger of the bargain storo
in Lima Ohio on business.
Henry Hall is busy making ship
ments to Chicago.
Mrs. Al Moon is etill a very sick
Mrs. Dora Hansen spent the day in
Mrs. Lena Foley is still very sick.
She is suffering with stomach trouule.
l'ert Logan went to Argos this even
ing to attend the K.P. entertainment
in that city.
Charlie Parker, of Chicago, represent
ing JJanghart J?ros cigar dealers is in
the city today.
Photo albums in every design, bought
expressly foj this seasons holiday trade
at the People's drug store.
Plymouth don't want her streets torn
up with any more foreign telephone
Preparations are in progress for
Christmas entertainments at Twin Lake
church and at Trinity,
Tom Walker returned home from
Whiting last night where he had been
llev. L.Smith was called to the bed
t-ide of his mothers in West Indianapo
lis, lie left on the first train.
The family, of Henry Price who re
sides 6outh west of the city, is atllicted
A. F. (Jibson has placed electric lights
in his residence on South Michigan
Kd Thomas, polisher at the Cycle
works resigned his position yesterday in
Mrs Chas. Kinsel who has been clerk
ing in Jleinigers s.ore for several
months resigned her position last night.
Never in the history of Plymouth has
such a toy store as lleiriiers bargain
6tore presents this year. Such varieties
are rarely seen in larger towns.
No one need go out of Plymouth this
year for tovs, holidav goods etc., as you
can find what you want at Heinigers
The mild weather and copious rain
fall has greatly enhanced the prospect
for wheat unless freezing kills it as it
did lait winter.
Will English and wife went to (Ger
man township today. Mrs. English will
! visit friends and Mr. Enjlish will look
alter some business.
Miss pyelldora Deloney lost-a pair of
mittens last evening either on Walnut,
Plum or (Jarro streets. Leave at this
Think twi:e before you speak espec
ially when ordering crackers, when
you've thought of Fox's XXXX square
wafer butter crackers it's time to speak
distinctly, (iive the grocer to under
derstand that you want Fox's and only
liert Frank returned to his home at
Twin Lakes Saturday from Wfcite
Pigeon. Mich., where he has been visit
ing for the past thee weeks.
Will Nichols, of Twin Lakes, is
home from Uangor, South Dakota for
the winter. He will return to that State
in the spring.
An Kvansville judge held that a debt
contracted for whiskey for voters dur
ing the campaign, is contrary to law,
and says the same cannotbe collected.
The 6ale of the Ward school building
has been postponed. Tha sale was to
have taken place yesterday but the
trustees thought it best to put it oil for
a few days.
Some of the boards on the side walk
on (Jarro street between Center and
Michigan streets should be nailed down
lor their loose condition is dangerous
The ward school building will not be
sold fr ten days yet. 15ids will be re
ceived for the next ten days, the pur
chaser to give good security. The time
extended for six months.
V. P. Kirk the Culver City attorney
made th'.s otlice a pleasant call last
evening. Mr. Kirk is prospering in the
! practice of the law in that city and re
ports every one healthy and happy
Ths-re will be nominations of otlicers
in Americus lodge, No. 1. (). (). F.
on Thursday night. Three trustees are
to be nominated. This will be a very
important meeting and a full attend
ance is reuered.
Santa Claus at Heinigers has certain
ly outdone himself this year making his
headquarters at Heinigers bargain store
He lias simj'Iy crowded Mr. Ileinigeiu
staple goods all out and has converted
the whole store to a toy store.
ite a number of the ladies of Wide
awake lodge, L. (). 1'. M., went to Hib
bard today to pay a visit to Mrs.linnk
haui. a warm personal friend, and a
vey zealous worker in the order. The
number of ladies that left Plymouth
tounted fifteen. They will return this
Dan Creeden and "Kid"' McCoy will
fight for the middle weight champion
ship of the world Friday night in New
York. There is said to be more mon
ey up on this fight than there was on
the Corbett Fitzsitnmons battle. P.oth
men are m the very best condition. The
winner will make a small fortune and
be in a position to challenge Fitz.
Robberies and bold ups an getting
altogether too common thaso days. Not
a day passes but what a crime of this
kind is committed, often murder. A
way to suppress crime is to punnish the
criminal. When a man is found
guilty of a heinous offence give him his
deserts. Hut it seems that the reform
craze has gone eo far that instead of
punishment a sort of a vacation is given
'&'-AVSXiAv $S)3X3 i&SSX&SfrMb '9 XS VX?VA ft (
Are available on the Nickel Plate
road, Dec. 21, 25 and 31 and January
1st, returning until January 4th, lS'JS.
Travel the road whose services ie great
The one that offers a Holiday rate
Where trains are fast and "up to date"
You know, of course, The Nickel Plate.
bas demonstrated ten thontind
UiuM that it ia almost lnf&HJbl
frrtfrlaritlts and derangenitnts.
It b&a become the leading remedy
for this class of troubles. It exerU
a wonderfully healingr, strengthen
ing; and boo tbing: influence npon
the menstrual organs. It cures
whites" ami falling-of the womb.
Zt stops flooding and rLieT&a sup
pressed and painful menstruation.
For Change of Life It is the best
medicine made. It Is beneficial
during pregnancy, and helps to
bring children into homes barrta
for years. It invigorates, stimu
lates, strengthens the whole sys
tem. This great remedy is offered
to all afflicted wemen. Why will
any woman suffer another minnte
with certain relief within reach T
Wine of Cardui only eosU $1.00 per
bottle at your drug store.
Tor drtra, tn com rruir4nf ynrtai 6fne.
Usmi, adilrtst, giving symptoms, (A "Loditt'
actrtsoryXViHirtmmt." 7'' ChatUneo&i MtA
icuit Oo Chattattoog, Tim.
Re. J. W. SMITH. Camden, S. C, ssys:
"My wife u&ed Wine cf Cardui at home
fr falling ot the womb and It entirely
STILL ON AT
S. E. Smith's Place,
Corner Laporte and Center streets.
Boots & Srjoes.
Hats & Caps.
We must make room for an extensive stock: of grocerie". lrvt hint:
in (irocenes, New and Fresh. A larre shipment of CAN 1)1 MS fur
Christmas. Highest prices paid for Uiitter and Eirtjs.
liars Lennox soap lor l cents.
3 stocks of ctilerv for w. linckwheat 2l.c per lb.
liemember at S K. SMITH'S "The Originator of Low Price.'
Winter - Millinery
Remeinlcr you have over four
months. Doc. Jan. Feb., March and
April to v.-car winter hats and bonnets.
And now you can select from a com
plete line of the very latest styles in
Up-to-date Millinery at 'j the regular
price. Juvt look them over. Here
Officials of the I Vnnsylvania are look
inp for the owner of an arm that was
found dandling to the trucks of a
freight car on the eastern division last
weex. The arm had been ground off
near the shoulder and had evidently
been fastened to the truck for several
days. So far no information ha? b?en
received of ;my accident and the mys
tery of the severed arm miy never he
(ieo. (Jloe of KoUomo was accosted
by a stranger when he stepped oil' of a
train at St. Luiis Saturday night. The
stranger slapped him on th back and
called him Urown. The- stranger an
ologized when he learned his mistake
and hid (iloe to take, a drink. In thn
saloon a third fellow approiched with a
padlock and the stranger won from
him in a het that lie could open it. (Iloe
took a whirl and list Ids $27).
A mothers clnb hs been organized
in (Joshen. The object of the club
seems to be to arrive at plans best cal
culated for the rearing and training of
children. We-dontknow what kind of
club' these mothers will employ in
rearing and training children but an
ordinary switch well laid on by our old
fashioned mothers used to have a salu
tary effect. Hut in all probability club
women find it necessary to adopt differ
as Scott's and we sell it much
cheaper," is a statement sometimes
made by the druggist when Scott's
Emulsion Is called for. This shows
that the druggists themselves regard
of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypophos
phites of Lime and Soda as the
standard, and the purchaser who
desires to procure the "standard"
because he knows it has been of
untold benefit, should not for one
instant think of taking the risk of
using some untried prepa
ration. The substitution
of something said to be
"just as good' for & stand
ard preparation twenty
five years on the market,
should not be permitted by
the intelligent purchaser.
Be sur you get SCOTT'S Emulsion. Se
that th man and fish ara on tha wrappar.
9c and $t.a, all drugviita.
TT lOWN'l, Caaaiats Kw Yailu
$2f $3 $5,
50c, 75c, $1.00
n-...,ls. Konnn Toques k) -().,
1 am ami Caps VIL ,OK'(. ,' '.
!55e,50o, Toe, 1.
TtimmMl Hats ami
Walking Hats anl
1 in a liii)rli
ne-!wlf ami three 7J. CI
Full line of fancy Ribbons l'V, 25c.
Keineinber the place that has at all
times the largest assortniet'.t of lp-to-t!ate
Millinerv at the lowest prices,
-219 Micliigan ist.
rtrltcf In Nix llnnr..
Distrrspuic: kidney and bladder di
sease relieved in six hours by "New
ret outh,-American Kidney Cure."
It is a great purpner on recount of its
exceeding promptness m relievm - pain
i 1 bladder, kidneys aud back, in male
or female. W elievcs relent ionof vete
immediately. If you want quick relief
and cure this is the remedy. Sold by
(5. Klam & f RyMuth.