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DR. R.C. STEPHENS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
omoe and Residence: Konn s 3.4 and fi. Mnlel
Block. Fntrauce. first stairway south f t . o.
Night calls at office answered.
T. A. UOKXOX. M. D. N. B. A-pivali.. M. 1.
Drs. Borton & Aspmall,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Niirht Call" promptly responded to.
North Hlchizan St.,
DR. A. C. HQLTZENDORFF
dr. c. f7hoitzendorffp
PHYSICIANS &. SURGEONS.
Corner of Michigan and Jefferson Sts.
Nlht Calls answered. Telephone 118.
L,. D. ELEY.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office: Room 1, Corbln Block.
Kesldene Thon W5. OfnVe Hours: 8 to M
a. in ; I to a and Hrdap iu, t ails answered
promptly day or uijiht
DR. H. P. PRESTON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office and Kesidence: That occupied by the
1U Dr. VleU
I am at the service of the public
anywhere in Marshall or adjoining
counties at these prices: Sales un
der $300, ? ; salts of $oo and un
der 8So, 1 Yl per cent ; all ales
over .$Soo, 1 per cent.
For dates telephone me at Don
aldson at my expene.
Yours for business.
NOTICK TO NON-KKSlllF.NT.
No. 11. US
Stain of lndi&.ia. Marshall O tmt , ss:
Iu the Marshall Circuit Court, iK'tvint.er
Complaint to foreclose l;tlor lien and for re
ceiver. Norman E. Davis et al. v. David A. Swon
ger et. ai.
The plaintiffs in the al.ove entitled cause, hy
J. D. Chaplin and Samuel Parker, their attor
neys, have filed In my office their complaint
against the defendants: and. it appearing ly
te affidavit of a competent person that the de
fendants, David A Swoner and The Marion
Manufacturing Company . a corporation oran
lel under the laws of the State of Ohio, are
non-iesldents of the State of Indiana: They
are therefore hereby notified of the tiling and
pendency of said complaint auaiut them, and
unless tuev appe' and answer tMereto on or
before the calling of said cn:se on the 11th day
of March. lc", liemjj the .'ud da .f the March
tTtn of said Con t. to he l'un and hetd at the
Court House In Plymouth, Marshall County.
In Han, on the -.'mi Monday of March. A D..
VM2, said complaint and th matters and
things therein alleged will h heard aDd de
termined In tiieSr absence.
Witness the Clerk and seal of said
heal Court, at Plymouth, this v.th
day ot Dec. 101.
K. K. 11KOOKK.
Merk M shall i "lrcu it Court.
J. D. CHAPLIN, Plaintiffs Attorney. 1-10
LICKNSK .NOT I CK.
Notice is hereby given that otto Walter, a
resl- ent ani oitleu of tlie Town of Hreinen.
County of Marshall, and State of ludiaua, he
belQK a 'jualitted voter of said Town of Hretneu,
will petition the Board of County Commission
ers of Marshall County. Stale of Indiana, at the
Jauuary session. ij)2, for a license to s-11 Intox
icating llU',rs to be drank on the premises
where sold tu less ij antilies tlian a quart at a
time with the prtveleue of conducting a lunch
counter and selling lunches and soft drinks and
tobacco and cigars, in the tame place of busi
ness where the liquors are sl.l and drank,
which premises are located and described as
follows: On the ground or first Moor of the two
story brick hullolnc 'l ft. in. wioe by 72 feet
Iook. 011 the Mtuth side of Plymouth street, and
00 the east side of the west half of lot No on
the original plat of the I own of Ureinn in Mar
shall County. State of Ind. ana, satd room heim;
7o f t . 3 in. lontr. and '-"O 1 1 . J In. wide except at
the northwest corner, where it is tut to 17 lt.. ;i
itr. wide by a hall and stairway H tt.. 9 in. Iouk.
There are four doors in aid rtKiin. one in the
nortn end and two in the soutn eml of the build
ing, and one door Inside to the hallway. 1 he
ceiltne: of said room is 13 ft high from the floor,
and the room fronts north on Plymouth street
lu said Town of liremen. OTT WA1.TKK.
Dated. December II, l'JOt. U-'Tw
Notice of application for license to sell intoxi
Notice Is hereby given to the itiiens. resi
dents and legal voters of the secmd Ward of
the Incorporated Town of Bourbon, and to the
cilleus. resident- and legal voters of Hurloii
Township, Marshall County. Mate of iiwl.ana
and t all others in any way concerned, that
Charles A. dbngle. a male inhabitant of the
State of Indiana, over the age of twenty-one
ii) years and of good moral character, of sound
mind and memory, aid no' in the habit .f be
coming Intoxicated, and who is now and for
more than a year past nas eeu a bona fiie
citlen. resident and legal voter of P.ourbon
Township, in Marshall County, state of Indi
ana. wm apply to tne nonoranie i.oaru 01 coun
ty Commissioners' court, to be hrld at the Court
House In the city of Plymouth, In said 1 ounty.
said court commencing on me nrst .Monday of
the month of .January A. D vl I will then
and there make application for a license to sell
spirituous, vinous and malt liquors In less quan
tity than a quart at a time, with in privilege of
allowing said liquors to be drank on the prem
ises wher sold, for one year fr m the ate of
the renting of saUl license, with the t ight aNo
to sell soft iirinks. cigars and tol.ac.-o. and to
serve hot and cold lunch in the room where
said liquors are to be sold and drank, which Is
situated, located and described as follows to
wit: In a room fronting east on Main street
ot the Town of lourton. Indiana, and sltua'e
on the ground floor of the two-Ktory, metal
roofed, bricked, veneered nuihiing. the same
being the south room thereof, said roo-n being
ltuate on the south eighteen (IH) feet of lot
number ten (!) In Itoley's First Addition to the
Incorporated Town of Koiirnon. m liourbon
Township. Iu M irshall County. State of I no I
ana. The eact inside measurement of satd
room beinir, seyenty-elkiht (7H feet and four (4)
inches 1 ong and sixteen (P) feet aud seven (7)
inches wide nd thirteen (13) feet and six (6)
inches from floor to celling
And I further give notice that I shall apply
for tald license for myself and In my own name
and that I shall be the sole ami actual owner
and proprietor of said business ani that I am
not now. nor wl 1 I be at any time during the
life of tald license, acting as an agent for an
other. nor d I int -n.: to conduct sid business
as aent or partner of any other person or per
sons. The said room In which I prniMtse to sell
intoxicating liquors as aforesaid Is and will he
separate and apart from any other business of
any kind, except as mentioned herein
CIIAKLES L. OLINOI.K.
TiBio paper at tbU office.
When vou want Hardware,
When ou want Groceries,
When vou want Shoes, by
shoe store. Call and see us.
to attend the Poultry Show
and carry away any prizes,
you'd better tf to
Forbes' Seed Store
and j;tt a few feeds of
American Poultry Food,
Beef Meal, i round Bone,
Oyster Shell, Ktc.
4 doz. Kggs will pay for 100 lbs. of Oyster Shell and
iet you some change back, besides.
The Store that makes
See the Grand
All man's Big:
ft 181 ii a
When you want good
Footwear it is necessary for
you to viit an exclusive
We are the store for you
to call ;uul see, ' ec.ue we
have what you want. We
make fhe shoe business a
When yoü want Cloth
ing, go to a clothing store.
When yoi want Dry
Goods, go to a dry goods
go to a hardware store.
go to a grocery store.
all means go to an exclusive
CASH SHOE STORE
KENDALL BLOCK - - PLYMOUTH
He Sells Clothes.
Plymouth Famous as a
Display of Corn.
Xccd not necessarily consist of
drugs and medicines although we
have the very best of both.
Hut in the articles mentioned at
the side and a great many more, we
have as fine a line as you can see
anywhere, and a selection is easy
There's much could he said about the
nod qualities of our stock this season but of
the poor, not a word.
Hess, the Druggist
BOARD APPORTIONS THE EX
PENSE OF NORTH MICHIGAN
In th lliiini IVrtion of th Cit) the
'ot AverHU- About 1T Lineal
Foot In the Krxideii-3 Section the Avr
Hi;e "Kt to .f.in'f nt Property Oiviierit Is
The board appointed to equalize the
assessments for the costs of the North
Michigan ftreet pavement submitted
their repoit to the common council.
The average cost per lineal foot in the
business part of the city is about S").:iT.
The average cost in the residence por
tion is 83.21 per lineal foat. The re
spective assessments are given below:
Sarah V. Thayer, lot 21 8282 12
Samuel and Maida Parker, lot 20 282 12
Oliver (I. Soice, lot 1 282 '.2
Henry Humrichouser, lot IN 2s2 12
Henry Ilumrichouser n , lot IT 111 1
Chirlas II. and Kldora F. Tib-
beits.B, lot 17 141 46
Charles li and Kldora F. Tib-
betts. n 10 ft lot 1
I.enora Ü. Itowell, wife of Julius
H. Uowell, deed, s 18 ft, lot HV.
John ('. Capron, a lot 15
EliziJ Capron, let 15 141 1.
Charles II. Iteeve, lot U 2S2 12
Charles II. Keeve, lot l.i 282 H2
Charles II. Ueeve, n , lot 12 Ill 4'
Jennie K. Capron, a . lot 12 141 10
Lucius Tanner, lot 11 2S2 12
Daniel McDonald, lot 10 282 12
John C. Capron, n 40 ft, lot 157 50
T. Artemis iiorton, s A'J ft, lot 9 125 10
T. Artemis Horton, lot 8
Daniel Speicher, lot 7
Martin II. Hice, Clarissa O.
Smith and Jenni K.Trimble,
n 2'J ft of a i-i.lot 0
Martin II. Kice, Clarissa O.
Smith and Jennit- K. Trimble,
n i. of n lot
arab L.Sfiakes.e 4r ot n a.lotrt lis 05
Carrie A. Johneon, e 15 ft, lot. 80 50
Carrie A. Johnson, n 5 ft, lot 5.
Almira M.Heeves, s 17 ft of nj
.,. let 5
Katherine Weireter, Katherin
Ilaslanger, Mary Weireter,
(ieo. E. Weireter. iiarbara
Weireter, Margaret Weide
man, Louiba Hertsberger,
Hertha and Clara Iteise, chil
dren of Hosa Helse.decd., John
Weireter, heirs of John Weir
eter, deed.; s 21 t ft of s V,,
Clara Neil, a i, lot 5 23i
Charles II. Heve,und of n 22
ft, lot 4
Henry Humrichouser, und . of
n 22 ft, lot 4
John Shoemaker and Jacob F.
Rentschler, a of n , lot 4.
John A. Falmer, n 22 ft of i 11
ft, lot 1 118 05
EvelineT.Mattingly,8 22ff.lot 1 lis 05
Marcus A. O. Packard, n I'J1,' ft
lot :i 2;i 70
(iideon W. Hlaiu and Charles K.
Cooper, n 20 ft of 38 ft, lot 3 107 30
Dwight L. Dickinson and Sam
uel Gretzinger, a 18; ft, lot 3 . 100 15
Dwight L. Dickinson aud Sam
uel (iretzinger.n 3 ft, lot 3 1 10
Henry Humrichouser and
Dwight L. Dickinson, 6 38 ft
of n 31 ft, lot 2 150 25
Teeodore Cressner, u 20 ft of s
38 ft. lot 2 U7 30
Theodore Cressner, s IU ft of n
50 ft, lot 2 101 U5
John M. S loemaker, b lh ft, lot 2 in; CO
John M. Shoemaker, n 1Z ft.
lot 1 8 0
Henry Humrichouser, s A ft
Of D U ft, lot 1 " 238 80
Harnett A. K. Wheeler, s 12 fr,
lot 1 225 40
Wm. M. Kendall. Folk & Ser
inga add, lot 1(51 288 li)
John W Wolford.n 41 ft.lot 22 Sill I
Smith X.Stevens, b 14 ft, lot 22. Ill I,
Fred W. II 111, lot 23 282 H2
(Jeonre NV1T, lot 2i 2s2 i2
Orlando IL Packard, lot 25 282 !2
Stella IL Druramond, lot 20 2S2 U2
Stella II. (Packard) Drummoud,
lot 27 2H2 i2
Carrie A. Johnson, lot 28 282 U2
Marcus A. O. Packard, lot 21 282 M
Catharine Confer, n 14 ft, lot :t0.. 141 4i
Louise S. Capron, e 41 ft, lot :w
Martha J. Holtzendorff, lot 31....
Adolph C. Holtzendorff, n x,y
Arthur D. Senour estate, a t
lot 32 - Hl 4C
Arthur D. Senour estate, n
(Florence M. Senour, Daniel
K. Senour, Bessie Senour, heln
of Arthur D. Senour, deceased.)
Frederick IL Mye s.s lot 33 .
John L. Carlisle, n lot 31 141 V
Ella M. Viets, e lot 31 141 4
Isaiah Bower and Mary Bower,
bis wife, n firt ft, lot 35 212 20
Hattle M. Kendall, e 22 ft, lot 35 70 75
Hattie M. Kendall, lot 3fi 282 J2
Frank II. Jacox, n 32 ft 5 in of
1VT ft of e 75, lot 37 173 l5
Clay W. Metsker, 8 33 ft 7 in of
e 75 ft of ii CA it, lot 37 180 20
Francis M. Burkett, s 22 ft, lot
37 118 05
FRIDAY, DKCKMRKR 27,
Francis M. IJurkett, n 2 tt. lot 3S
Francis M. Hurkett, s 21 tt of n
23 ft, lot 3
Julia F. Thorn p-on, s 21 ft of n
17 ft, lot :
Philip S. Alleiuati, s 41 ft, lot 3
Philip S. Alleman, n I ft, lot 3'.
Daniel L. Speicher, all of lot 3(.
ex I ft off n eide and ex 25.,
ft n and s by 75 e and w in se
cor, lot 3'.
Plymouth State bank, 25" , ft n
and s by 75 t and w in e cor,
John I.Iain, und 'of n 40 ft,
Jerry Main, estate, und ot n
10 ft. lot lo
(Julia K. Main, Oliver K.
Main and Emma A. Alleman,
heirs of Jerry Main, deceased )
Michael Spei6shoter, s 21 tt of n
'! ft, lot 10 (Catharine Spiese-
holTer, guardian) 128 so
William W. Hill, s 21 ft, lot 40 12s sO
William W. Hill, n IS1., ft, lot 41 W 30
Norman Woodward, s '.ii ft of n
10., ft, lot 41. lis 05
Meyer Lauer, n 21 l , ft of s 4732
ft, lot 41 115 35
Mary E. Thayer, s LV, It, lot 11 Vi'. 50
Mary E. Thayer, n 1 1 f t, lot 42 75 15
Augusta L. Loesch, n l8l. ft of
s 71 ft, lot 12 J'.
John C Kuhn, n 18; ft of e 55.;
ft, lot 12
Leonora A. Kloepfer, 8 37 ft,
lot 42 ins 55
William Sear, Polk and Seriug
add, e 14 ft, Itauk lot 2'X 10
Total cost of improvement ... 820,072 54
Benefits assessed upon lots
etc 11,710 17
Difference to be paid by City. 8 5J32 37
An to Sticking to tli Farm.
(Jeneral Ueub. Williame, of the War
saw Time, includes the following
observation in hia series of old-time
reminiscences: "In speaking of fann
ing, I am led to make the remark that
during my long residence in this city,
aud from obser?atinne I have made, I
should eay that it was unsafe for a
farmer after he reached the age of 4U
years, to change his calling and move
to town with the intention of entering
business. I have noticed this thing eo
cloeely from my bcyhood to the present
time that I dread In many cases espe
cially if the individual is a friend and
acquaintance to see him dispose of his
farm with that intention in view. I
have known ho many disasters to fol
low, that in a number of instances 1
have strongly urged the person not to
dispose of his farm with such an object
in view, and in some cases have suc
ceeded in preventing such a course.
Very often a wrong impreB6ion prevails
as to the easier way of liviug town peo
ple have over the farmers. This is not
thecaee and as a rule it is far more diffi
cult, requires more hours of labor per
day to live in town than in the country
and the cost of liviug Is almost double.
At any rate, 1 have always wheu I had
the opportunity advised the man who
owns a farm to stick to it rather than
to sell it and enter some other business.
I could name dozens of cases here, the
farmer has laid down his all in a re
markably short time and these in
stances have been so numerous that, as
I have said, a fet lin? of dread seizes
upon me whenever 1 hear of an in
tended sale of the kind alluded to. In
my time I presume I could name fifty
instances where total failure followed.
HeiiMMTHtit' Club A preriMteft I mir peiuh'iit
The following letter from ihn St.
Joseph county deumcracy is acknowl
edged and appreciated:
P.ditor Metsker, the Independent,
Dear Sir Permit us to tender the
thanks of the St. Joseph county
democracy to you for your bright,
interesting and uneouivocally dem
ocratic newspaper, copies of which
mav be seen on the tables in our
director's room. Unsolicited as was
this kind lavor of yours, we deem our
selves under particular obligations to
you, and we trust that your paper may
remain a visitor to our quarters.
Hoping to see you at the convention
tobe held here the 2nd prox., and again
thanking you for your signal courtesy,
we have the honor to be.
Very truly yours,
St. Joskph County Dkmockacy,
South Bend, Ind
Isaac K. Pakks, Sec.
C'oiifiln- nme Cleveily Worked.
Valporaiso Messenger: More than
a score of farmers iu the neighborhood
of hamlet have become entangled in an
old confidence game. They ordered
portraits enlarged through an alleged
representative of a Chicago art com
pany, at a cost of i8 cents each. When
the pictures arrived at the express
otlice they were in frames and the bil
in each case was -SI. When the re
ceiver objected the agent asked him to
sigh a release receipt which now turns
up as a note.
Kir holft-MyerM Nuptial.
William II. Nichols aud Miss (ier
trude Myers were united in marriage
Xmas day by Kev. J. E. Hartman at
the Reformed parsonage.
The young couple were residents of
Twin LakB, but they will make their
future home at Loga'isport, where the
groom has employment.
Cliriot at IIrit;htil-.
The children at Brightide were
given a ChriPtmas entertainment Tues
day evening by Mrs. Work and her as
sistants. A tree was nicely decorated
and lighted and around it were
preseuts for each and every one of the
children. Not a one was slijrhted
though some got some special presents
from their parents and relatives.
Promptly at o'clock the doors of the
rooms were thrown open and the one
hundred and eighty little boys and
girls were arranged eo that al! could
see the tree and tke exerciser.
After a musical selection all joined
Mrs. Work in repeating the Lord's
praver. Declamations and vocal
music followed. Then Mrs. Work in-
roduced to the children a zonophone
which greatly pleased them. For
nearly an honr the zonophone fur
nished entertainment for the little
ones. This instrument was presented
to one of the sections by Mrs. Work.
The children at Brighteide evidently
had a merrv Christmas.
Those present from Plymouth were
Mrs. Cleveland and daughter, Queen,
Mrs. 1. S. Alleman, Mrs. and Mies
Klinger and C. W Metsker of the Inde
The following is the list of donations
for Christmas at Bnhtside:
Bourbon Milling Co., candy.
Ball and Co., 7 suits clothes, :
Cardigan jackets, pairs shoes, 7 pairs
socks, 23 stocking caps, 2 boxes cracker
F. fl. Kuhn, turkey.
L. J. Southwortb, turkey.
(ieorge Vinall, turkey.
Frank Jacox, turkey.
Valdimar Weiss, rocking horse.
IL K. Buck, 3 sleds.
King and Davis, cup and 6aucer," Mat-
iron and watch.
Dr. Borton, Christmas greens.
Wm. ilollat'd, Christmas green.
Queen Cleaveland, books for watch
Mrs. Elam, Valporaiso, books for
Shovr Their Own ( liainrler.
Heub Williams, editor of the War
saw Times, holds up the defamers of
character in their true light. He prop
erly estimates them and might have
added that they are a clat of men who
could not. get credit for 25 to save
their necks: Here is what he says:
"Sworn ollicers are often accused by
irresponsible people of accepting bribes,
of "being on the make," etc, when
there has not been a thread ot evidence
on which to hang such charges. We
sometimes think tha! such accusations
uetiallv come from those who, were
they placed in the position of the men
and the public servants whose records
they thus blacken, would be the very
ones to accept a bribe or engineer a
Charles F. Eissel and Miss Bessie
Long were united in marriage at the
Reformed church parsonage by Kev.
Hartman on Xmas afternoon. The bride
is the daughter of Joshua Long and
the trroom is employed in this city by-
Mr. Clifford, his home being at Fort
The young married couple left in the
evening for Fort Wane aud from
there they will go to Cincinnati, O,
where they will remain a few days be.
fore returning to this city where they
will reside until spring
Chit. Miller Win Turkey.
The following are the scores in the
turkev contest, in bowling off the tie,
at the bowling alley Xmas eve: Durr,
121; Ol well, 118; Maxey, 100; Seeger,
117; Miller C, 133; Ile'lick, 113; Jilson,
111; Weber, 118.
Miller and Durr being tied, the same
was bowled off with the following re
sult: Miller, 10; Durr, Vli.
Next turkey match on New Year's
Dec. 21. John A. Swartz, 28, and
Hertna Neville, 22; Chas. F. Eissel and
Dec. 2i - Arthur B. Wiser, IS, and
Miss Bertha Burton, 1'.; Tobias Eneh,
37. and Miss Minnie Walker, 22; Will
iam II. Nichols, 25, and Mi68 (Jertrude
Myers, 20; Charles F. Blue, 18, and Miss
Emma Shoemaker, 18.
The Goshen Democrat says: While
in Valporaiso recently Lou Miller, ol
CJoshen, met a number of anarchists
who gave him literatnre. Among the
papers furnished him was a copy of the
Free Societv Library published by A.
Isaack, of San Francisco, who was ar
rested in Chicago In connection with
the McKinley assassination.
Tobias Fash and Miss Minnie
Walker were united in marriage on
Xmas moming at II o'clock by Uev. O.
S. Thornberry. The ceremony was
performed at the home of the bride on
North Wa'nut street.
Robert F. Martin was born in Alle
gheney county. Pa., Sept. 21, 1821. In
his twelveth year he moved with his
parents to Holmes Co.. Ohio. In 185;
he moved to North township, Mar
shall Co., Ind. Forty years ago he
eutered the Christian church Disciples
of Christ. He was a member of the
Masonic fraternity, a number of the
Masons taking part in the funeral
services. Of the former teachers b
was perhaps the oldest in Marshall Co.,
with the exception of J. F. Langen
Mr. Martin died Fridav morning and
was buried Sunday, Uev. M. L. Peter
preaching the sermon. Interment took
pi ice at the Fairmount cemetery. The
attendance was large.
Mr. Martin was interested in public
alTairs, always taking a very active
part in politics. Ever since he came
to Indiana he was one of the leaders m
the Democratic party
He leaves a wife, two sons, two
brothers, one sister and many friendi
to mourn his departure. Peace to hH
Ieth of .-rj;- ( IüIjauIi.
( Ieorge Clabaugh, who was for a
number of years a resident of this city,
and who was employed at the novelty
was instantly killed at Chicago June
tion on Xmas eve.
The decea?ed moved from this city
to i-outh Be;.d where he served as
policeman for a couple years alter
which he was employed ae brakecnan
on the IS. & 0. railroad. His remains
were taken to the home of his parents
near Lapaz where the funeral services
will be held today at lo o'clock.
Arthur B. Wiser and Miss Bertha
Burton were united in marriage yes
terday by Kev. Ü. S. Thornberry at
the Presbyterian parsonage.
The bride has been making hr heme
in this city with her brother, Ervia
Burton, aud the groom is a son of
The young couple left on the noon
train for South Bend, where they will
make their home in tne future.
C. L. Morris has purchased the ma
chinery, business and good will of a
wood working institution at Mryker,
()., that manufactures biLder slats. Mr.
Morris will combine this with his plant
here, greatly increasing his output.
Mrs. Elia Mcdown and daughter.
Pearl, returned to their home at Nap
Frank Shepherd w:i a Plymouth vis
David Grossman and sister, Mrs.
Laura Thornburg, were Plymouth vis
Isaac Baker is moving in with Edw.
Cavender, ea&t of town, this week.
Louis Hartman and family visited
with Charles Grove, north of here, Suq
day. Dan Savage end wife, of Green town
ship, and David Aley and wife, of Hib
bard, visited Sunday with Robert Fris
lnger. C. E. .umbauch and David Thomas,
of Green towi.shlp, were iu our village
J. E. Myers and uifr were Plymouth
visitors Saturda), preparing for Xmas.
Sell snydf r was in our town Tuesday
cativaseirg lor a cream separator.
Preaching next Sunday evening at
Louis Clifton and wife, of Hibbard,
visited with Era ik Shepherd Sunday.
Born, Friday, DfC. 2 to GifTord
Krimmel and wife, a boy.
T. J. Freshour returned home Satur
day from Bryan, ().
Garfield Overmyer made a business
trip to Chicago Monday.
1). V. Vanvactor preached Sunday
morning and evening to a large audi
Amos Oborn went to California last
Wednesday to bt gone several months.
Melvin Osborn and wite are spend
ing the holidays i(. Ravenna, O.
Miss May Zink has gone to Ft.
Seneca, ()., to visit a few weeks.
Dr. Loring was in Plymouth Monday
James McGowvn and wife are visit
ing friends at Anderson.
John H.Overmyer has moved to hit
farm which he recently purchased.
A large number of young folks at
tended the Xmas entertainment at
Sligo Monday evening and they pro
nounced it a success.
Amos Crum anticipates moving to
North Dakota in the spring.
It is reported that Jerry Overmyer
has purchased the John S. Garver tarrn
Noti- to Nuteritr.
A great many of our pubscribers set
tle up all dues against them on the
first day of January. We would like
this year to have more of them do so.
Arrange, if delinquent, to call as soon
after Jsn. 1, 11K)2 as possible.
Maksii.yi.l County Independent.
Notice is hereby given that on Wed
nesday, Jan 8, l.K)2. at 7:30 p ru , in the
Presbyterian church, Plymouth, Ind.,
the annual meeting will be held for the
election of elders and trustees of tald
church. C. H. Wilcox, Clerk.
Edwin Tanner Is visiting his parent
in this city.