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title: 'Marshall County independent. (Plymouth, Marshall County, Ind.) 1897-1902, December 27, 1901, Image 8',
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I have kept Aver's Cherry Pec-
toral in my house for a great many
yens. It is the best medicine in
the uorld for coughs and colds. "
J. C. VC illiarus, Attica, N. T.
All serious 1 u n g X
troubles begin with a
tiekling in the throat.
You ean stop this at first
in a single night with
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral.
Use it also for bronchitis,
consumption, hard colds,
and for coughs of all kinds.
Thrlie: V. SO.. $1. All drutiUU.
Coinw't .ir li'iir If Ii .T take It.
Ilirn U.i ''" TOM 1,1,1
t. ik I ' 'l-'ii't Ukw lt. 11 knows.
t.r;v- It wIMi I '".. Xp r wIIIiihT.
.1 V KK 1 . Maui.
KUIDAY, iMVr MHKK J7, liU.
(ov . Sh;iv, of low.i, li.tn leen
tendered the M'Ctctnr) Inj of the
tie.tMiry ly President Koosevell
.ind h.i ;ucrptrd.
Senet.irx .o will, it i aaid, he
the next I'.ihitU't nlliccr to it'tire.
lie will he irijrrtcd ly nobody,
e wept memhet of the corrupt naval
rin, whoe puppet he h.i heen.
John 0. I.ontf entered the cahinet
with ;t pretty fair reputation, lie
will leave it without any. India
President Kooevelt ha linked
Cranr, of MuachiiNetts, to
,ivept the Mcrcttrhip of the
ttc.iurv, hut the honor could not he
accepted for huinev. reasons. Gov.
Shaw, of Iowa, ha been invited to
Wfldiini;ton by the president, who
hope- to prevail upon him to accept
the tre;tur hip. If Shav is piven
this place, Iowa will have two men
i.-yTj' caintt, as Secretary of Agri
culture 'i(o.i haiU from that
There is muco pood sense in the
conclusions of the Ft. Wayne Jour-nal-(ia.ette
in matters of bestow
in4 favois. It says; "The Ameri
can Express company wiil distribute
$ 100,000 in cah as Christmas pre
sents among its employes, each of
whom will receive $10. This is a
substantial sort of remembrance.
After all, there are other ways for
rich corporations and millionaires to
dispose of their surplus wealth with
out embarrassing universities with
riches or multiply the number of
libraries, and one of the best meth
ods is to recognize those who have
helped to make their fortunes."
Miss KMie and Lulu Miller made a
pleasure trip to Plymouth Thursday.
Mr. .1. YV. Wolf of this place who
went to Chicago two months ago to
hare her eyea operated on for cataract
was operated on successfully. She re
turned home Friday evening, Dec. 20.
accompanied by her grandson Victor
Hiley. She can see as well as ever.
Clarence and Clyde Siple made a trip
to Plymouth Saturday.
There will be a masquerade dance
here New Year eve Kverybody ia
cordially invited, Rood tnueic is fur
nished and good order maintained.
Mrs. Mary Personett, of Chicago,
who came to this piace to look after
some property and boarded at the
home of (i. T. Stringer tell Tuesday
and broke her arm. Or. Kichey was
the attending physician. They tele
graphed for her son at Logansport.
The Xmas entertainment which was
held here Xmas eve was largely at
tended. The program was nicely ar
ranged and all reported a rood time.
A New Jersey girl has applied to the
supreme court for au injunction re
straining a young man, who she says
promised to marry her, from marrying
another girl. Another instance of at
tempted government by injunction, but
marriage by injunction must surely
prove a failure.
Witch Hazel Oil
TIIK PILI-: OINTMENT.
One Application Gives Relief.
It cure PüCS er Hemorrhoids External
or Internal, Blind nr Weeding, Itching or
Turning, Fissures and I'istiilai. Relief im
It currs Uurns and Scalds. The relict
It cure? Inf arm -1 or Caked Breasts and
Sore Nipples. Invaluable.
It curt Salt Rhi-um. Tetter, Scurf
Eruptions, Chapped Hands, Fever Blisters,
Sore Lips or Nostrils. Corns, Hunions,
Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of insects,
-Wosquito li.fcs and Sunburns.
Three Sizes, 25c., 50c. and $1.00
. tdi by Druggists, vf tent pre-paid on receipt df prka
HUMPHREYS' MED. CO.,
WUlUai John fcu.. AKW
From Tuesday's Dally.
II. lUtes went to Frankfort to vnit
Ceorge (Jordon went to South Hend
John Meek went to Shelbyville to
II. Stair went to Klkr.art this morn
iug on business.
F. II. Davis and son went to (tooae
Lake, Ind today.
Ilert Heerbower returned from South
Mend today noon.
Miss Kate Nagel went to South Hend
to visit relative.
Mrs. L. L Dial went to Kentland to
spend the holidays.
Mrs. Wm. Holland Is visiting rela
tives in South lieud.
Virgil Fence and family went to Lo
gansport today noon.
Mrs. H. Ilowenstine went to Frank
fort to visit relatives.
V. V. Peterson is home from Hani
round to spend Xtnas.
IL II. Allen went to llourbon on
business this morning.
Dr. Preston made a business trip t
llourbon this morning.
F.tnma Hichards went to Monterey to
visit friends and relatives.
Mrs. .1. 15. Cox went to outh Hend
to visit her son, II. II. Cox.
Mr. aud Mrs. O S. Senour, went to
Kewanna to visit relatives.
Levi M. Krlder atid wile went to
Norton, O , to visit relatives.
I'dw. Itickert went to Laporte to
spend X in lis with his parents.
Piatt McDonald left last night tor
Chicago to spend the holidays.
Mrs. W. I). Strunk went to Inwood to
visit her daughter, Mis. Vorp.
Karl HolTiuan went to F.tnu Ore en
this morning to visit relatives.
(ieo. Hay went to Westville, Ind.,
this morning to visit relatives.
C. S. Cleveland und family went to
Cleveland, t). to visit relatives.
Miss Anna Spitler went to South
I lend to visit her brother, Oliver.
Mrs. I!. M. (ierard and daughter,
(trace, went to Logansport totUy.
Joseph Anderson and family went to
Winnamac to spend the holidays.
Charles Jones left this morning tor
South Hend to spend the holida)s.
J. Jacobs, of Peru, is the guest ol
Miss (5 1 tee Fertig, over Christmas.
(oldie Oilier left this morning for a
ten days visit with friends at Atwood.
Miss Hooore Parks left on the noon
train for Logansport, to visit relatives.
Mrs. John Peterson went to Donald
son this morning to visit with relatives.
James Helm went to Logansport to
day where he will remaiu permanently.
Mrs. Nettie Fileon went to Ft.
Wayne to visit her son, Clarence Win-
Kd Klingerman and family will
spend Xmas with Peter Hahn at llour
bon. Arthur Morris, of Peru, is tbe guest
of Alt öS Nettie Kaufman over Christ
mas. Miss Lydia Zsrp went to Chicago
this morning to visit Iriends over noli
Y. A. Davison went to Inwood this
morning, lo visit friends over the holi
Mrs. Andy Christian, of Fort Wayne,
is the guest of Miss lieeeie Wrights-
Piatt McDonald left last night for
Chicago where he will spend the boll
Mrs. Henry Kelver and son, Floyd,
went to (ioaheo this morning to spend
Kd. Haag, of South Head, visited his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Haag, last
David Culp will spend Xmas with his
daughter, Mrs. Julia Huffman, in At
wood. Miss Iva Hotte, of ßattlo Creek,
Mich., changed cars here last night for
Karl Morrison went to Westville,
Ind, to visit with relatives over the
Mrs. Hattie ilowman left for Lake
O'Dessa, Mich., where she will visit
Wm. lump and wife went to Ke
wanna today to spend Christmas with
C. F. Drown returned to his home in
Tyner, after transacting business in
Walter McElrath went to Chicago
this morning to visit bis mother over
John lt. Walle, of Culver, is In town
today visiting with his sister, Mrs J.
Mrs. Paul Hutcber, left on the morn
ing train for Klkhartto visit her daugh
ter, Mrs Watson.
Mrs. Ciuv Collier, returned to her
home in Tyner after transacting busi
ness in this city.
Martha Nifong, who has been visit
ing Mrs, John Wolfirth, returned to her
home at Ihbbard.
(i W. Zhner and family ot Hub
bard, Ore, are visiting wiih the family
of Mart Fryman.
Charles Hiss and family have gone
to Sandusky, () , to visit the former's
sister, Mrs. Kttle.
ii. II. MrKinoey and family left lant
night for Hurr Oak, where they will
spend the holidays.
le is estimated that rhicagoans ex
pended ten millions of doliars for
Frank May and Mr. Weif, of Kin-j
hart, and Otto Koitsbauer, of Miiha-
waka, employes at the Clizlm factory,
went home Ibis morning to upend
Mls Once Kmkenberg left this
morning to p-iul tbe holiday wirb
friends at F.tn Oleen.
Mrs. Mary Wutkins went to Chicago
this morning to visit with t er daugh
ter, Mrc. F.ltner Sliyter.
II. Jlonhttrn and (rtintly lelt on the
morning train for Albion where they
will spend the holidays.
Miss Sarah Fritzen left this morning
for Ohmar, )., to spnd Xiuhs with her
sister, Mrs. Clara Daniel.
Mrs. J M. Seybold and children ar?
vieitiiitf the former's brother, Myron
Chase, iu Polk township.
Mrs. J. P. Krtnkm in returned to her
home in Hibb-ird Ut night after trans
acting bupinecH in thin city.
Fred Hlubiujrh went to South Hend
t spend tbn u h Hys with hi' brothers,
Chits, and I. II. libit -Imugh.
Conrad Kbett arrived home today
no;m from Ohio, wriern he has been
working for tbe paM year.
Mrs. Adam lUuubman, of South
Hend, in vitning her purem, Mr. and
Mrs. W in. Suit, in this citv.
C. C. Knarr and wil went to Lowrll,
Ind., to epetid the h"ll(ln8 with their
daughter, Mre. Cora Taylor.
Mls llairiet Jacidiy lelt this morn
ing for Limn, O., to spend Chnstma
with her brother Lee.lacoby.
Mr. Ita '.uiutittugti and tamtly, left,
on the morning ttuln tor Cbioitgo to
visit with telative aud trleud.
Orace (iilngle, ot llourbon, who has
been visiting Miss AU llaig left to
day noon for Douwugiir, Mich.,
Mrs. C. A. Clough went to Plymouth
thin morning to Hpend Niuhh with her
paten's. Michigan City DlNp.tirb.
Willie and l'rtnk Mtfiaiy, ol Ft.
Wayne, Mill -mI the tioia wi'b
the family of M. Ilvati iu this city,
J.iiiiett Price aud wile went to Ft.
Wayne this morning to entl iium
with their daughter, Mr. M, Lncey,
Miss Julia LtniHon, ol Culver, ar
rived this morniog to Hpend the holi
days with the family of J, II, Howell.
I'd. Holiner returned to his home
near Monteiey today, after veiling
with his uncle, .John Holiner, in thet Ity.
Mrs. Isaac Weireman. of Ihbbard,
returned to her home at Hibbard last
night, atter trannactiiig husim in this
O. W. Kaxter and wife left on the
morning train for St. Joe, Mich., where
they will spend the holidays with their
John Patetson and family left thi
morning for Chicago, where they will
spend the holidays with Mrs. Nettie
Miss Nellie Seiten? ight, went to
South Chicago tri is morning where he
will vieit with relatives over the holi
days. Mrs. Jacob Itentschler and daughter,
Hessie, went to Chicago to spend Xmas
with the former's brother, (Juincy
C. H. Force went to Kalamazoo,
Mich , this morning to spend tbe holt
days with his daughter, Mrs. Fdward
11. L. F gelsong and family left tbi
morning for Kendaiville to spend Xmas
with the former's brother-in law, Mr.
Daniel Mitchell, who has been visit
ing hin son, Henry Mitchell, in thn
city, returned to hi home in Klkhart
Mr. aod Mrs. A. It. Clizbe and niece,
Mis Edith Spooner, left this morning
for Sherwood, Mich., where they will
spend the holidays.
The Pittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chi
cago has established on trains -1 and
20 buffet parlor combined cars between
New York and Chicago.
Wm. Pomeroy and wife left thi
morning for Hammond where they
will spend the holidays with their
daughter, Mrs. Campbell.
Mrs. Carrie Cummins and children
went to Warsaw this morning to upend
Christmas with the former's parents,
Air. and Mrs. M. C. Harter.
A disastrous tire visited North Jud
Bon Monday and wiped out three large
business blocks and greatly damaged a
dozen other business buildings.
Jesse Waggoner left last night for
Ft. Wayne and from there he will go to
Washington, D. C, to join the hospital
corps of the United States army.
Emory Reeve arrived home last night
from the medical college which he is
attending in Chicago, to spend the
Christrras vacation with his parents.
John Luther Long, who wrote and
dramatized "Madame Hntterliy," has a
complete novel in the January Lip
pincott. It is called "Naughty Nan."
Mrs. W. F. King left Saturday eve
ning for Plymouth, where she will be
the guest of Hev. and Mrs. Thornberry
for a few days. She will be joined to
morrow evening by Dr. King. Colum
bia City Post.
Colorado is trying a co-operative
fruit farm to be run entirely by persons
in the early stages of consumption.
They will live entirely out of doors or
in tents, aud work enough for healthy
exsrcJae, and raise enough fruit to pay
Two hundred witnesses have been
summoned tor the disbarment cane
against Henry K. Kobbius, of Knox.
The case has been set lor trial in the
federal court at Fort Wayne, beginning
December 2'. Kobbins sues his ac
cusers for ?r(),tKKi damages.
Over at Kokomo they c ITer prizes for
beauty and hnmlines. Of course the
beauty priz would be for the hand
lornest ypung lady, while the otSer
would naturally have to go to some
youug man. Ht-cently a young fellow
named Edwards won the honors fur
pospfH-dng the ugliest mug at the party
When it whn so announce'! be took the
uidtier go d nutuiedly, but whri th
orator in his presentation speech rubbed
it m on him be got mad aud tmrled me
prize, a shaving nine, t the mlve;
tongued orator. A light, followed and
the party broke up in a panic.
The decline ot the Holy Father into
his Uef days is eympath tically pic
tured bv Mrs. Helloc-Lowndep, herself
a devout Romanist, in Llppinrott's for
January. Sh tell of the 6tately forms
uped iu electing a new Pope and peks
from inner knowledge on many nidden
Col. 1. H. McDomld tells the. Colum
bia City Post that this breaks the le
cord for December weather. In 1V7
there was a cold spell, he says, but not
so cold as the present one. t-'lUy-nine
years ago thre was mich a December,
as the records which the Col. has in bis
ponKeselori go to show.
Kminent physician have just oper
ated upon lien. Alger for gall stones
ThM gall bladder was opened, but no
stones were found in it, although it
was in h hadlv disorganized condition.
They found that at one time th blad
der had bursted from the presence ot
gall stone?, but nature had repaired the
damage. No doubt the ph)sician
were dmapp dntcd in oot boding toneH
in the gall nick as they evidently be
lleved there w r stones there too large
to pass through the duct into the
stomach. The condition of the distln
gulshed patient Is critical, but bis phy
Rlciaiu think he will recover.
From ThuriUv Dtliy
Daniel Mile, of outh Hend, spent
Xliiart 111 t hia city.
Oeorge Nhait and family went to
Laporte today noon.
Charles Hartman cpent Xmas with
friends at Pratikfott.
Ml Fill" Hk-r wa a pueri t r to
Eolith Hend toduy noon.
Hev. Taylor nnd wife, of Culver, were
Plvmouth visitors today.
Ceorge Huhn and family ot South
Hend, spent Xmas in this city.
J. W. Oliver, of South Hend, spent
Xmas with hi family in this city.
Fred Frost, of Ib lvideie, III., pen
Christmss with friend in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heeve, of Chi
cago, aie visiting their parents in this
Mrs. Francis linger, of Nappanee, i
here visitin r her daughter, Mrs. Jesse
Miss Nellie M'inn has been teaching
in Ifcdler K'eckner's place since he has
Howard Fristoe(nf Chicago, watt the
guest yesterday with his ßister, Mrs
Holler Kleckner who has been ser
iously ill tor the pa?t three weeks is re
ported some better.
W. H. Nicho lies gone to Logans-
port where fie has accepted a position
in the railroad shop.
Dr Charles Camp, of Camden, spent
Christmas the guest of his daughter
Mr 3. C. W. Metsker.
Dr. C. F. HoltzendorfT reports a boy
Christmas morning at the home ot
Wm. Hedman, Lapaz.
Wm. Keeves and wife returned this
morning to Chicago, after spending
Xmas with his parents.
Mrs. Adsm Hiugher returned to her
home at South Hend todav noon after
visiting her parents in this city.
John VanKirk returned this morn
ing to outh Hend after spending Xmas
with Mr. and Mrs. A Swearingen.
Miss Kmma Holcm went to South
Hend last night to spend a few dave
with her sister Mrs. A. M. Harris.
James O. Parks returned this morn
ing to Chicago after spending Xmas
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. lohn W.
Misse Sidie and Lurella Eagen were
the gueets over night with their uncle,
Monroe Stiener, on their way home to
Joseph Hendricks and Hugh Hing-
rnan arrived last evening from lndi
anapnliR and are the guests of friends
in this city.
Hollo Leonard will return to Chicago
this evening to Chicago after visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Leon
ard, of this cily.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jacoby returned
th's morning to their home at Chjcago
after visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Jacoby.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. stall of Findlay,
()., arrived Wednesday afternoon to
spend a few day? with her sister, Mr .
E. J. Kleckner, south of town.
Lizzie Kilmer and daughter of Hills
dale, Wis., are visitiug Mr. and Mrs. C.
P. Jackman. They spent Xmas at
Peter Strawdermau'e north east of the
The Independent acknowledges a
splendid article from the pen of Hev.
Willis Logan, of Teegarden, but be
cause of rush of news matter this.
week we have been unable to use it.
Drs. A. C. and C. F. Ho'.tzendorll per
formed an autopsy on the remains of
Mrs. Mary Flockensier this morning.
Cancerous deposits were found in the
liver, stomach and surrounding tissue.
M. J. LivinghousH who has had
charge f a sect! n on the railroad at
Loansport has been transferred to
Hibbard where he is managing a section
force. Marshall county is his old home.
ir.rtfttiii Am Mit Vii.
.lust to get you to know that the
Independent. tlto hss put in a 1 1 1 of
fancy stat!(tiery and a 'xilliarv goods,
we he decided to quote th following
low prices for ten days. Come and in
vestigate. PLN HOLli:ilS swll handles, all
sizvg, poliehel in bright color, gilt
patented ventilated tip that bolus thel
pen wit ü unusual Drryoen, nguiar
Tlitouoh lii'st-rlas anil Tourist Slccpint,' I ns t. x.iuk m C t!if.rt.i u !
Oregon every day in the vrar fi-m ( lm.i..
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS
Kvorv TueMltfv anl Thmxliiv from ( hi .mm,
Shortest Time on the Road,
Only roi te hy which you can leave home .m .I i im the !, .it ,.J
travel ia toiu.si i.u-s on fast trains all the way. For nptiv j.ito,ti
lets am) full information impure of nrarit ayrtit, o :.in-s ' J',
asscnucr ami Ticket AM-nt, C I ic.if..
Chicago and North-Western Railway.
prices Ö cents. I'or next ten da)s
lwiniirs li:.i) pkncils, an-
sotted bapes and linishfs, rilckle Up
attd Inserted iubb-rs U c- t.
I'A HKHS I . I : A I PKNt U.S. r und
and bexHgon Htinp, silver s'amp,
niekle and gilt tip with inserted lub
ber I cents
i:. r.m;irs ink and im;ncil
ICK AKItS, poÜHttfd wood cntr, Kir
lil-Px-'t. Htirular price K) cents
Our price h cvutH.
rKLi.rLoiii paim:h knui-:
I'dLI'KII, ivot v iltiish, si 4'x ; In.
regular price -i cts. (hir price lor 1(1
day, I'J ctn
Ll.tlAL CAP, j
POOLS CAP, ' in anv
Tvrivwin ri:u pait.u. : uuaniit'us
tism'i: PAi'iiit, i
Iii IU!i:ii HANDS all h-, I ctH.a
(lohii und up,
COIIIMMONDPNCi: PAPKU, the
tmnl-oii: Hi hox id stationery you ever
saw, l.o .'.'i cts.
VIS1 I INO CAItDS. We have just
what you want in ladies' visiting cards.
Wlil print them for you iu steid plate
script r from an engraved plale, Von
can see namples of our engraved plain
work at this otlice.
MKN'S (UI)S, either friendship or
business cards. Come and select just
what you want.
CKOWN Li:;ilOKN LIN P.N COK
ltKsPONDPNCK TA ULLIS at prices
that will tempt you.
DION NIKON'S Pi:itP IJMKH SP.AL
IN; WAX and INITIAL SKA LS.
Nothing would make your friend a
TOILKT PAPLH, perforated, for
only I cts. per roll.
LP. A I) PENCIL SH AKPP.N PKS,
1 c. each.
PAPPIt NAPKINS, per dozen Sets.
CHAMOIS SKIN PHN WIPP.HS,2
for ." et.
HLACK (IAHI) 1IOAH1) for picture
backs. At the
IN DPP 1 : N 1 ) K N T () V P I (J K.
Ml AICI.HSTON K I'O-hITION.
lOvi-urhion Ti kHft Now oil Sale via IVnu
HlvanlH I. In.
Low rates to Charleston, South Caro
lina, for the Interstate and West In
dian exposition are olfered via Penn
sylvania lines. Two forms of excur
sion tickets, season and iifteen day,
may bo obtained at special rates. For
information about fares and trains con
sult ,1. p. Hanes, ticket agent, Plym
outh, lnd. 11-2S
lloliiluy Kirunloii Kate Via Vandalia
For the above occasion the Vandalia
line will eell excursion tickets at oae
aud one-third fare for the round trip.
Tickftsgood going F)ec. 21, 25, 31 and
Jan. 1, l'.Mll, and sood returning to and
including Jan. 2, P.K)2 Through tick
ets will also be sold over connecting
line at same basis.
I t C. W. Hartman, Agt.
Kor ( lirint IUH4 and New Year' llolldiiy.
The Vandalia line will sell December
21. 25, 31, V)l and January I, l'J02, re
turn limit January 2, 1102, excursion
tickets at reduced fares. For full par
ticulars call on nearest Vandalia line
ticket ajjent, or address K. A. Ford,
(Jen'l I'aas'r Afrent, St. Loui, Mo. 1-2
At Keiluretl Kuren via l'eniiyl vania Lines.
Kxcureion tickets will be sold Dec.
21,25 and 31, and Jan. 1, 1102,
Pennsylvania lines, account Christmas
und New Veara holidays. Hate for
adults will not be less than 30 etc, nor
less than 15 cts. for children. Tickets
will be Rood returning until Jan. 2,
11KJ2, inclusive. For details about fares,
time of train, etc., call on or address J.
H llaneu, ticket agent. 1 2
The jury by whom Alexander Sulli
van was tried in Chicago for bribing j
jurors, returned a verdict, of guilty and
uxed the penalty at ..(XK). That is
the maximum line for the olTence to
which may be added imprisonment for
a term not to exceed five years. All of
the jurors except one favored both a
line and imprisonment.
Yi cimi man har
rii in j.
sin! ms l.niKh m w I r ty
wins Ut'lt Klv A liar,
ness Oil. You ci
It-iiKthen Its life make it
IhM twlt-e sji hKig e It
mskes a poor looking har
ness 1U new. afsUs of
pure. bTy botlled oil, es
perUUy pi-psrd lo wiiU-
' siAjiiU tbs westLer.
II CIUU. Ii SLkS.
Kica fi STANQAHQ OIL CO.
() K K bZ It I N (; S
Beatty's Photograph Gallery
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( 'utility w;itln-r iniiKi's ii-i iliihri-iu i.
are delicious enough to make
you want four meals a day.
Specially prepared lickled
Iio;s Feet i an appctizei and
is highly recommended hy
hundreds of our customers.
Anything you want in our line.
J. E. TURNER'S
POPULAR MEAT MARKET.
1 BEST. lö0fc.!l.!0;5fl.9ÖC:25.C 1
I MEHNER MILL I
This signature Is on every box of the jrenuino
Laxative BromoQuininc Tablets
tha remedy that orn u rold In one la
'afc. of Me.
prodares the above results In 30 days. It acta
powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others falL
Young men will regain tholr lost manhood, and olJ
men will recover their youthful vigor by using
REVIVO. It quickly and surely restores Nervous
ness, Loot Vitality, Impotency. MgLtly Emissions,
Lost Power, Falling Memory. Wasting Diseases, and
all etfocts of self-abuso or eie and indiscretion,
which unfits one for Btudy. business or marriage. It
not only cures by starting at the neat of disease, but
is a great nerve tonic and blood builder, bring
ing back tbe pink iflovr to pale cheeks and re
storing the fire of yonth. It wardn off Insanity
and Consumption. Insist on baring ltEVIVO.no
other. It can be carried In vent pocket. Dy mall.
l.OO per package, or six for V5.O0, with s post
tlve 'written irnarantee to core or refand
the money. Rok und sdrlse free. Address
LOYAL MEDICINE CO., 'orillu
For Sale in IMyrnouth, Ind- by Teo
ple'a Dniff Stor.
For Sle or Trmlr.
My farm of TO acret, I miles north
west of Plymouth. Is for sale or trade.
Write for particulars.
II r'.NKY MAKKI.I'Y.
1 24W Pi YMOI Tit, INI.
You iet l nur Money llr.
We, the uut1ervned druggists here
by apree to retuud the money, if after
Hu? nf . of Dr. Stone's New Dys
prp!a Cure it has failed to give satis
factory results. Cure Dyspepsia, In
digestion, Sour Stomach, Heart Hum,
ard Loss of Appetite.
Jos. W. Hess, Chas. Shadel. 4-3
1 the tit Is of a book just published
by the i'hicatjo, Hock Island & Pacillc
lty., dCaliRp with the manifold advan
tages ot Colorado and Utah resorts for
winter resets for tourists and Invalids
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TJmo in trains at l.apMZ .lutictloti.
K.4ST lul N.
No. It; 10:17 a. in
No. 11 S:4 . in
ist Hof Ml.
N. 17 a:U 1. III.
Trains Nov n; ami 17 dally r'j't Sundaj.
N. Nye, "UieLt. I.nlH7. JunctUui. In d
4 liHiit;e in I line of TtmIu on I Vmif IhiiI
Under new schedule in effect Nov.
-I, Il)l, iasHeneer trains over the
Pennsylvania lines leave Plymouth eta
tions as follows:
l"oU T11K EAST.
No. t 2:5S a. m., daily.
No. 22- a. m daily except Sun
No. 20--2::r p. m , daily.
No. S-.":1 p. m., daily.
No. 2 ":." p. mM daily, extra fare
No. :is s:.T. p. m daily except Sun
No. 21- -'J:.V p. ra.t daily.
KOK TIIK WKisT.
No. 15 r:l r a. m., daily.
No. rr. ;30 a. m daily, extra fare
No. 37- 11:22 a. m.f daily, except Sun
day. No. 21-12.07 p.m., daily. .
No. 3i 2:ir p. m.t daily, except burf
düy. Nn. y rt.-OS p. m., daily.
For particular information on the
subject apply tn
J. K. IIanu, Ticket Agent,
f CMICHHTtR't ENGLISH
V-t VtfMArR. lTrltabl Ladt, u lnm
f-M to' CIIICllrNTKlfS KMiLLsK
in Kkl) ao4 ;Id Btou.lle boiM mj4
l Ith blu rihtMta. T.k.a.kM. R.fwAA
j tMrrrmm HaMltima m4 I ill
f Una. Hay of yyr lra((iM ar araS 4S. aa
tamp tar I'artlralara. Trft1nlaa
o4 "RrUrr far l.aira.MM lHr, a ra
lira Mall. 1 A.4e TaUaioaiaia. MM
all Druiu. t'k lk atler ( a ralaal Ca
The only place in Plymouth where
you can get Pure
Call and sample it. I also have
a tine lot of Fruits, Nuts and
Fit ESI 1 HULK OYSTERS.
Special Low Prices for Holidays.
GEO. E. PAUL,
One Door North ol Stst- Baak.
Dont Be Fooled!
Tae the genuine, original
nccY M:ur.YAiN tea
MaJe only h Madison Med!
.ii.e Co.. MaJtaon, is. It
keeps you ell. Our trade
mark cut on earn rackarr.
y I'rlce. 33 cent. Never 14
' in bulk. Accent no ubU-
cooMiit..i tute. Ask your druggist.
AK YOUR DRUGGIST.
desiring a change of air and scene.
Persons searching for really excellent
and desirable locations for the winter,
should investigate tbe subject of spend,
ing this period in Colorad or Utah and
should write for this book, which will
be sent free by John Sebastian, (1. l
Chicago, lit l-l