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The greatest Handkerchief defMitrmenl in Plymouth
M re invites an inspection of the enormous attractive
stock prepared for Holiday buyers. Past years have
demonstrated that HERE is Handkei chief Headquar
ters. This year's sale opens with greatei assortments
with greater values with greater incentives for
buying than ever. Purchase all your I laiKlkerchiefs
from u; you will get the choicest designs and hest
materials obtainable, W e have them at prices ranging
from one cent to two dollars each. Make selections
Capes and Jackets.
They must go. and thi" month too! We have placed
such a price on oar remaining line of Tuckets 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 1X07 made
C0.1t (Latest Style , for little money. Being the lead
ers, in selling thi great and grand line we also main
tain that highest principle that of being the lenders
in regulating the lowest prices. Now is the time to
THE LARGEST STORE IN THE CITY
An Extraordinorv Xoti
The superb stock which we offer during this Holiday leason of 97 o r recognized
lowest prices and the Absolute Confidence which the entire public j u es in ti is store have
assisted in making our sales much greater in dollars, in yardage and in srticli s, than we
have ever before shown. Rememoer, we always have met any Competition, and are reco
nixed today by thousands of people :is being the lowes priced uttitltra ;e well it the
most reliable merchants in Marshall r any adjoining county.
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We lind that we are overstocked in certain lines of Clothing, having purchased heavily before the rise in Clothing in order to benefit our customers and .save them from 251050 per cent. We
find we must make a great sacrifice in order to reduce our enormous stock. Wc shall place on Special Sale, beginning December 10th for 30 days, for cash only, i lots of Overcoats and Suits. Take
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. Bring this paper along and be
convinced. Understand thi 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 :mu
y ou ill be convinced that we have stated the facts exactly as they exist.
WE call special attention to our .line of neckties.
We have purchased an enormous line for Holiday buy
ers. The neatest and most stylish patterns in Neckwear
that have ever been shown before in this citv will be
found now on exhibition in our store. A Necktie is a
very choice Christmas Present. Many other items in
gents' furnishing- suitable for Holiday gifts. Special
low pces for the Holiday1 on all these goods. See
us before buying.
Here Are the Lots and Prices.
Lot 1 Men's Suits that were selling
at from $6 to$u ; our special
cash sale price
Lot - Men's Overcoats that were
selling at from $b to $12; special
cash sale price
Lot 3 Men's Suits that were selling
at from to 7 dollars; our spec
ial cash sale price
Lot Men's overcoats that were
selling at from 4 to 8 dollars; spec
ial cash sale price
Lot 5 Hoys' Suits that were selling
at from 4 to 7.50; our special fj nr
cash sale price J
Lot 6 Men's Lister overcoats that
were selling at from 6 to 12 dol
lars; our special cash sale price
IN our Tailoring Department remember we carry
the largest assortment of frieze and Domestic Suitings
that can be found in the city. We are recognized lead
era in fine Merchant 'Tailoring, as many years of exper
ience has amply demonstrated to the public. Our
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 s;y rlmr if you are searching for a good, honest bargainat any time always come to us
Nowhere else will you be able to find them in so great a profusion as at our stop'.
Our Store will be Closed all day Christmas, so be sure to make your purchases early.
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LOCAL BREVITIES Engl and wile went to Ger
man township today. Mrs. English will
visit triends and Mr. Knhsh will look
Dan Creedeo and "Kid' McCoy will
From Wednesday's Daily.
Kd Mclntyre i reported as improv
ing. Milo McCarter, of Macy is in the city
Try the perfumes at the I'eople'.s
Mr. Heiniger of the bargain store
in Lima Ohio on business.
Henry Hall is busy making ship
ments to Chicago.
Mrs. AI Moon is stili a very sick
alter some business.
Miss IMhli ra heloney lost a pair of
mittens last evening either un Walnut,
! I Mum or (Jarro streets. Leave at this
; Think twice before you speak espec
ially when ordering crackers, when
you've thought of Fox's WW square
wafer butter crackers it's tune to speak
distinctly, (live the grocer to under
dent and that yon want Fox's and only
Uta. Don Hansen spent the day in
Mrs. Lena Foley is still very sick.
She is suffering with stomach trouuie.
trustees thought it best to put it olT for
a few days.
Some of the boards 00 the side walk
: n (iarro street between Center and
liert I rank returned to his home at
Twin Lakes Saturday from White
IMgeon Mich., where he has been visit
ing for the past thee weeks
Will Nichols, of Twin Lakes, is
home from IJangor, South Oakota for
the winter. He will return to that State
Hert Logan went to Argos this even- I 111 ,ne 8Prm8-
mg to attend the K.P. entertainment i An Kvansville judge held that a debt
in that city. ! contracted for whiskey for voters dur-
,. , -ing the campaign, is contrary to law,
Charlie Parker, ot Chicago, represent ,
, J , and says the same cannot be collected,
ing 1 anghart Uro s cigar dealers is in
the city today. j The sale of the Ward school building
Paolo albums in every design, boafht I has bet p,,sf IH,fie(1- The 8ale wa8 to
iiMMlt foi thu immm hAlidM truto ti4kei1 yesterday but the
at the People's drug store.
Plymouth don't want her streets torn
up with any more foreign telephone
., Michigan streets should be nailed down
Preparations are in progress for . .. . .
Zr . , lor their loose condition is dangerous
hnsUnas entertainments at 1 win Lake ,
. ... . ; lor pedestrians.
church and at Trinity,
The ward school building will not be
Tom Walker returned home from j 8okl fwr ten day8 yet ,ilds wi be re.
Whiting last night where he had been celve(l for tne next te1 daytJ the pur.
on business. chaser to give good security. The time
Kev. L. Smith was called to the bed j extended for six months,
f-ide of his mothers in West Inuianapo V. P. Kirk tne Culver City attorney
lis. He left on the first train. made this oilice a pleasant call last
The family, of Henry Price who re-1 evening. Mr. Kirk ispruspering in the
sides south west of the city, is afflicted practice of the law in that city and re
with measles. ports every one healthy and happy
A. F. dibson has placed electric lights Wn lhere'
in his residence on South Michigan j There will be nominations of oUbqti
street. in Aniericns lodfO, No. 9t, L (.(. F.
Kd Thomas, polisher at the Cycle on Thursday night. Three trustees are
works resigned his position yesterday in to he nominated. This wiil be a very
that factory. important meeting and a full attend-
Mrs Chas. Kinsel who has been clerk- teuered.
ing in Jlemigers s.ore for several Santa Claus at Heinigers has certain
months resigned her position last night. ly niUUtUk. buneeJI this year making his
Never in the history of Plymouth has eeadqoartersat llemigers bargain store
such a toy store as Hoiaifwa baraain 1 He boa staiplj crowded Mr. lieinmei
store presents this year. Mich varieties staple goods all out and has converted
are rarely seen in larger town-. ' 'he wholeature to a toy store.
No one need go out of Plymouth tin
year for toys, holiday goods etc., as you
can tind what you want at Heinigen
IJi ite a number of the ladies of Wide
awake lodge, L. O. I M , went to Hib
bard today to pay a visit to Mrs. Prink -h
am, a warm personal friend, and a
The mild weather and copious rain ; VJ salons worker in the order. The
fall has greatly enhanced the prospect I " 11 m0ftr of ladies that left Plymouth
for wheat unless freezing kills it as it counted fifteen, They will return this
did last winter. evening.
light for the middle weight champion
ship of the world Friday night in New ! 2
York. There is said to be more rnon
ey up on this light than there was on
the Corbatt Fitzsirnmons battle. Roth
men are io the very best condition. The j
winner will make a small fortune and ;
be in a position to challeuge J 'ltz.
Kobberies and hold ups are getting1
altogether too common thsse days. Not j
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 j
guilty of a heinous offence give him his
deeerta. Put it seems that the reform j
craze has one eo far that instead of
punishment a sort of a vaeaUoa is given '
Are available on the Nickel Plate
road, Dee. 84, 28 and :?1 and January
1st, returning until January 4th, 1SU8.
Travel the road whose services i great
The one that offers a Holiday rate
Where trains are fast and "up to date"
Vou know, of course, The N ickel Plate.
STILL ON AT
S. E. Smith's Place,
Corner Laporte and Center streets.
i ALL GO
Boots & Soes.
Hats & Caps.
Winter - Millinery
Remember yu have over four
months. Pec. Jan. Feb,, March and
April to Wear 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 '. the regular
price. Jtt1 ;...k them over. Here
baa demonstrated tea ihootand
Uuiaa that it is almoat Inf alii bU
Irrafclarltiea and dernnireTtianta.
It haa become the leadiug remetly
for this class of troubles. It exerts
a wonderfully healing, strengthen
ing and soothing infloance npon
the menstrual organs. It curea
"whites" and falling of the womb.
It stops flooding and reuaraa aup
pressed and pafnfnl manstmatlon.
For Change of Liza It ia the beat
medlcina made. It ia beneficial
during pregnancy, and balpa ta
bring children into homes barren
for years. It invigorates, stimu
lates, atrengthens the whole sys
tem. This great remedy is offered
to all afflicted warnen. Why will
any woman auffer another xninnta
with certain relief within reach?
Wine of Card 11 i only eosU fl.tiO par
bottle at your drug store.
JW sdrtM, fa ennt SSSBjtjSjSj Trled A frr.
Urm., adilrtn, giving ryniptomt, tk "Ladies'
Ad'-ijory DffHirtment," 1 1 .r t ViOanQ0U Mui
ietu Co., Chattaitoova, Ten.
Rev. J. W SMITH. Cnmden. 6. C. ssrs:
"My wife ued VVine of Cardul at horns
lwr falling ot the womb and It entirely
We must make room for an extensive tock of Kroevrin. K eery l hing
in (incene8, New atiri Fresh. A larre shipment of CAXD1KS for
Christmas. Highest prices paid for Butter arui Engs.
s t dshts Lenoox soap lorasoeDis.
3 3 stocks of celerv for 6c. liuckwheat 2' ..c per lh.
Kemember at S E. SMITH S " The Originator of Low
. .. ..-esa.s'. ...aXeXaXeee- stXX i
Otlicialsof Ihe iVnnsylvania are look
hut for the owner of an arm that was
foand dandling to the trucks ot a
freight car on the eastern division last
week. The arm han! heen ground Off
near the shoulder ami had eviden?;
been fastened to the truck for several
days. So far no information has been
received of any accident and the mys
tery of the severed arm maj never he
Qeo. Glos of Kokomo was accosted
by a stranger when he stepped off of s
'ram at St. Ia 111s Saturday night. The
Mtranger slapped hiss on the hack ami
called him Browo. The stranger sp
ologixed erben he learned his mistake
snd had Gloe to take a Irink 0 the
sil Mil a word fellow approached with a
padlock and the stranger woo ?i from
him in a het that he could open it. Gloe
took a whirl and lost his .2".
A mothers eluu has been organised
in Goshen. The object of the blob
seems to he to arrive at plans hest cal
culated for the rearing and training ol
children, Wedont know wrmt kind ot
ainbe Ihese mothers will enif)loy iti
rea'inf? and training Children hut an
ordinary switch well .'aid on by oar old
fashioned mothers used to have a sain
'ary effect. Iut In all probability club
w omen find it necessary to adopt differ
as Scott's and wc 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 goooV for a stand
ard preparation twenty
five years on the market,
should not be permitted by
the intelligent purchaser.
Be sure you get SCOTT'S Emulsion. See
that the man and flsh are on the wrapper.
sac. and fi.aa, all 4ruB"ista
Trimmed Hats asMl
STalkiag Hats ;ml
$2, $3 $5,
50c, 75c, $1.00
Hoods, Itoatan Totioes -.., t.
rasas and ;os -H ,L ,jim. ,ipi.
I in a baaeli
One-half sad three
35c, 50c, T.H', $1.
50c. 75c. ? .
f fancy Kitt) i;s PV. 25c.
Resaesnber the place that has at all
times the largeat 11 n sort air lit t Up
to-datc MiUiiHM v at the h west price.,
J19 lVfictiigeiii tst.
R. lt. In Sil Honrs.
Distresfiiic kidney and bladder di
sease relieved in six hours by "New
irent South American Kidney Cure."
It is a ieat surjuiar on ccount of its
exceed irjf proMptBCM 10 rrlieTin pain
1 t bladder, kidneys and back, in male
or female. R eliev s relent ionof veie
Immediately. If you want quick relief
and cure this is the remedy. Sold by
J. Hlam A r?e., Mjsseuti.
TT aOW N't, CaesBiste, Naw Tejlu.