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111M ÜÜÜ l f MI T fP Y TTTt T TT W TT TIT TT T TT TT. 111 i il ;i I I n.i ! r I. 1 II I. I i - i 1 ? I i n n. . 9 39 4 2 39 3 9 TWENTY-FIVE "YEARS AtöQ We came to this city and opened up a Retail Dry Goods Store on a small scale on Laporle street, in what is Known as the Opera House Block. We started in a small way and grew up to where we are now the Largest Retail Dry Goods and Carpet House in Marshall County. We attrib- 'tc our phenomenal success in n large degree to our methods of doing business, namely: Quick Sales, Small Profits and Courteous Treatment. Those are the points that gained us the confidence of the people of Marshall County. When we first came here people had to pay the merchants that were doing business at that time enormous profits, which we immediate ly commenced cutting down, and we are'eertain that we saved the people lots of money in the past twenty-five years. New, as we start in on the next twenty-five years, we propose to start right by keeping up our rep utation as Low-Priced Dry Goods Sellers. We will try to convince you when you come to see us that we are still the people that save your pocketbooks lots of money, if you will put your time against ours and compare notes. Our stock being so extensive, wc will only name a few of our J I VERS ARY SALE BARGAINS! DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. We will eel! one bale of yard-wide Sheeting, TLll wcrth 5c per yard anyvrhere, at Good 7c yard-wide BIeach3d Muslin; P at per yard üt Good Shirting, at C-v per yard vt PRINT DEPARTMENT. We wid offer 1,500 yards of Turkey Rad and Black 5c: "7 1, -Calico at, per yard DoubJe Fold Dark 72- Percales. f? AnDivereary Sale Price, per yard vl A Big Lot of Outicg FlaDnels EJq DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. We show the most complete line of Foreign and Domestic Weaves ever exhibited in Plymouth, ranging in Crt price from 10 to YlttU Special Anniversary Bargain lot to close, worth anj- where up to 50c per yard, at lwv ALL KINDS OF YARNS! CLOAK DEPARTMENT This is Onr Best Department. Here is where we beat them all. Saxony 5? per pkein, Shetland Floss 82 per skein. Ger man Knitting Yarn 75c lb, 20c skein. 4$ - 33 ' '.. ff!? vi-' - v 3 bss&tmk $1.98 98 Special Ladies' Cloaks at Ladies' 30-icch Long -0 Sweep Plush Cayes each Tvorth 5. for Anniversary Sale only CHILDREN'S JACKETS Worth 81-50. onl i.... Ladies' Walking Skirts, complete line of sizes at $2.93, $3.93 and 3 ...$1.00 to $5.00 mum Dress Skirts, each and every one a BARGAIN, from. 1 in ItlU Lots of other GOOD BARGAINS. Full Line of the NEW LONG GOATS NOW in Stock. Great Blanket Anniversary Bargain 10 Quarter Cotton Ulanketa at 39c 11-Quarter Blankets at Ode Worth fully 25 per cent more. All Wool Gray and Piaid lüankets at $2.98, .00 values. U N DEIRWEIAR. We Show the Best Line in Plymouth. Special Ladie9' Vests and Pants, worth 39c, for the OEr Anniversary Sale at ZOG Best Line of Cotton. Fieeced and Wool Hosiery in the city. See our 10c Bargain Hose for Ladies and Children. NOTION DEPARTMENT. 50c Corsets at 39c During This Sale. Coats' Spool Cotton iz epool. New line of Fancy Chinaware in baaemeut at prices that cannot be matched in the city. We Also Carry a Complete Lins of Fine Carpets at Rock Bottom Prices. In conclusion, let us thank one and all for the last quarter of a-century patronage. We know that our interest is mu tual, as we always have tried to give all of you your money's worth and more for a dollar than any other store will give you, and expect to do in the luture as we have in the past. Until further notice we will continue to give TRADING STAMPS with all cash purchases You will not find our store all piled on the outside, but when you step in we will show you ten pieces of any kind of goods to our competitors' one. Neither do we do any business on Sunday, believing in the Commandment: "Six days shalt thou work and on the Sabbath Day shalt thou rest." Be sure and visit us during this sale and in the years to come, and thereby do your pocketbooks a favor. Always trade at our store MICHIGAN AND LAPORTE STREETS. fry W Ku c C w w KV t Vy f W f KV KV KV KV KV KLOEPPEr T T TT TT A 7 TT T TK TT TT J V FTT mum PK 5 PENNILESS Hero ol Samiaoo Exhausted His Means In De! edino His Honor Sampson's Status Compared with Schleu's Result ol the Con spiracy to Ruin. ; Washington. D. C, Nov. 16 The savings from fortj'-flve years of active service m the Uuited States navy have been eaten up by the expense of the inquiry by which Admiral W. S. Schley hones to clear his record as a na vol officer. Since the final ad journment of the public sessions of the court, the admiral has been staying at the Arlington hotel attempting- to extricate himself from the financial tangle caused by the inquiry. He has ended with his accounts and he finds that every cent of the 20,000 which he had expected to leave to his family, in addition to all the prize money which he will ge t for his part in the Spanish-American war, has been spent on th'i inquiry. Financially the admiral is worse off, than he was almost half a century ago, when he en tered the naval academy as a cadet. v - " ........ . - . Naval officers find it difficult to save much from their salaries. The government is "not any too liberal with its fighting men and the socialHemands of their posi tion generally keep those officers who have no other income -than their Salaries hustling' to make both ends meet. f Admiral Schley had been able to get together just $20,000 during his long career in the navy : As a retired rear-admiral the government will give him a year so long as Ve lives, but the money with wbiih he had hoped to assure the com fort of hi wife should anything happen to him is gone. Mrs. Schley insists that the money hrs been well spent. Her children agree with her. They say that the clearing away of the cloud placed on the husband and father's naval record by Maclay, the historian, and his opponents in the navy, will be ot more last Jiig satisfaction than anything money coul'buy. Admiral Schley's family take it for grant ed that the verdict of the court of inquiry will proclaim the ad miral the hero they believe him to be. Schley is not so certain, now that the money is gone. During the inquiry he did not hesitate a moment at incurring any expense that either Mr. Rayner or Cap tain Parker believed was neces sary to the success of the case. Witnesses were brought from long distances, stenographers were employed, clerks were kept busy copying the volumi nous records of the navy depart- ment (for the judge advocate re jtained the original log books, re- i ports and memoranda in his pos session during the hearing) and in attorneys' fees were incurred. No attempt was made to count up the expense to the appli cant until fhe public hearings ended. Now the summing up TARIFF REVISION Congressman Hopkins of Illinois Talks on Present Questions. J shows the balance a :ong way on j the wrong side. Warrants at the treasury de partment show that Admiral Sampson has drawn 32,000 prize money, which he won dur the Spanish American war. - The larger part of this sum came as his share of the spoils of the battle of Santiago, in which the testimony given before the cort of "inquiry showed he took ho active part. The amounf of Ad miral Schley's " prize money has not been determihed,Tput it will be about 5,000. Sampson :.is still on the active list of the navy and drawing full-pay,1 notwith standing his health is so bad that he is incapa&e of performing any duties whatever. Admiral Schle3r is retired and drawing three-qnarters pay. He is in good health and in full posses sicn of his faculties. Washington. D. C, Nov. 15 Representative Hopkins of Illh nois, who has been a member of the ways and means committee for saveral congresses, is an other of the republican members who oppose anjT tariff revision at present. 'We will need considerable suras of money," he said yester day, "if we are going to ouild the Nicaragua canal, and I think i that most of the money which is j now going to make the 'surplus' will be devoted to that end. The repeal or revision of the war taxes will make an inroad into our revenues which will be se verely felt. I do not apprehend i any danger from a surplus. It move the objections to fixing tariffs by treaty. It would, how-infiae had croup in a violent form," "Last winter an infant child of ever, necessitate the revision of the tariff and open the whole subject, so I don't believe any thing will be done on that line this session." SCHOOL FOR FARMERS Summer Institution to be Established For Work in Agriculture. Washington, D. C, Nov. 14 TheAssociation of Experiment Stations and Agricultural Col leges in annual convention yes terday decided to establish at between these points, to So. Whitley or Columbus, Ohio, a summer school! Willvale, or stations between theae point 8, at one rare tor the round trip. rn limit Dec 2a d. Obtain detailed information from nearest agent of the Nickel Plate Road, or C. A. Ast erliD, T. P. A.. Ft. iVayne, iDd. says Elder John W. Rogers, a Chris tian Evangelist, of Filley, Mo. "I gave her a few doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and in a short time all danger was past and the child re covered." This remedy not only cures croup, but when given as soon as the first symptoms appear, will prevent the attack. It contains no opium or other harmfnl substance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult. For sale by J. W. Hess, Druggist. Special Hunters Rates Beginning Nov 9th, until Nov30th, the Nickel Plate road will eell Hunters tick ets to parties of 5 or more traveling to gether to McComb or Payne, oc stations for the study of agriculture, ag- y , , , . . I h-etu ronomy, zooiecnny ana dairying. Dr. A. C. True, the head of the office of experiment stations of the department of agriculture, will be director of the new insti tution. The Ohio State uaiver sity will furnish the buildings would disturb business materi ' and equipment. The plan adopt- ally were tariff revision under taken at this time. "For similar reasons it is prob able little can bo done toward re ciprocity. I do not think re ciprocity treaties are a possibil ity except under the sliding scale with a maximum and minimum schedule. Then those countries who make no concessions can pay the maximum rates and those who do can come in for the minimum rates. I advocated this plan when the Dingley bill was passed, and it has been adopted by several European nations. Such a plan would re ed is for graduate students, in structors and investigators. The action is based on a report from the executive committee on a plan proposed at the last con vention by Dr. W. O. Thompson, president of the Ohio State uni versity. Dr. True accepted the directorship on assurance that the leading educators in this country and Canada, who have to do with the various courses, can be secured as lecturers or to conduct laboratory or demonstra tion work. A motion to change the name of the association was tabled. Earthquake at Erzeroum. Tiflis, Russia, Nov. 16 Er zeroum has again been visited by an earthquake. Altogether there were fifty shocks, ten of them being very violent. Twenty-two persons were killed and many buildings destroyed. The panic stricken people are camp ing in the fields. The public offices are closed. Severe shocks have also been felt in Khynis Kaleh and Hassan Kaleh. 19! Uli iieuiMtic taped limbs, To suffer the most excruciating pains, to lose the use of limbs, and to nave the j oints swollen and disfigured is the lot of I tne victim ot rheumatism. Uric acid in the blood is the cause of rheumatism. If the kidneys are active, they remove the uric acid. That is their special work. If, on the other hand, the kidneys are deranged, there is sure to be uric acid in the blood and rheumatic pain through the bocy. No amount of liniment will ever cure rheumatism. It sometimes relieves, but cure can only be brought about by Bcuing me moneys ngnc The most efiecti ve kidney f-3- remedy known to man u fl (in! rjlinOrT Dr. A. W. Chase's kidney- III 1 1 V J M I rheumatism permanently by making the kidneys active in their work of removing the uric acid from the blood. Mr. William J. Coad, No. 65 Brunson Street, Oswego, N. Y., writes: "I am very glad to praise Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney Liver Pills, and tell what they have done for me. I suffered for many years with se vere constipation, rheumatism and kid ney trouble, and could get no relief until I tried Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. In them I found immediate relief, and can honestly recommend them to other sufferers." One pill a dose. 25c a 'VTA. W. Chase Medicine ZJ Company, Buffalo, K. Y. Liver Pills. They cure EOIDNEY-LII VBR PULLS. FOR SALE BY J. W. HESS. PLYMOUTH, IND. 25.00 Colorado and ICetnru . Chicago & North-Western Ky S10.35 St. Paul, Minneapolis and return, $14.35 Duluth, Superior and return, 823,00 Uo't Springs, ?. D., ana return, $10.00 Utah and return from Chicago, August 1-10, 850.00 Cnicago to San Francisco, Loa Angeles and return, September 19- 27. Quickest time. Service unequalled. Apply to your nearest ticket agent for ticketa and full information or address A. Ii. Waggoner, 22 Fifth avenue, Chicago, 111, TheHNorth Coaat Limited." Train of the Northern Pacific which created each a furor during its first sea son, in 1900, ia again ehooting back and forth across the continent in all the glory of its forms days. This Crack Train of the Northwest, almost entirely new for 1901, is the epitome of modern passenger train construction. The Dining car with its a la carte breakfast and lunch, and table d'hote dinner for $l..00; tbe unequaled Tourist Sleeping car of 16 sections, roomy lavatories and electric lights, the flr.-t class Drawing Room Pullman with two electric Hghts4n eich qoction, r.r.d the palatial Obaervation car ith two smoking rooms, buffet, barber shop, bath, library or 140 volumes, cur rent magazines ladies parlor, and ob servation platform, all together form a train of unusual comfort, excellence, and even luxuriousness even in this day of luxuries. Of course.broad vestibules, steam heat and steel platforms are there, and there are nearly 300 electric lights on the tram the baggage car and day coaches being tbus'lighted also. The train runs from St. Paul to Port land, Oregon, passing through Minneap olis, Fargo. Bozeman, Butte, Mneoula, SpokaneSeattle and Tacoma. Connections from Duluth and Super ior and for Helena are made en route. Send to Chas. S. Fee, General Paa senger Agent. St. -Paul, six cents for Wonderland 1901. a royal book having a chapter on this royal train. , Studaut ThaakfflNing Vacation. Special tickets will be sold via the Nicl",l Plate Road to students of col leges, seminaries and universaties. For specific information apply at any ticket office of the Nickel Plate Road, or C. A. Asterlin, T. P. A., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 29t5 6t2 Vandalia Time Table. In ErrECT Jcxe 2, 1900. Trains leave Plymouth. lad., as follows: NORTH BOCXD. No 10, ex Sun 8:25 am, for South Bend No 14, " 12;01 pm, No 8, " 10:08 pm, " SOUTH BOCNI. No 21. ex Sun No 3, " No 9, " . 5:43 am. for Terre Haute .VI:?. pm. . 7;.')0 pui, for Logausport. For complete time card, jriving all trains and stations, and for f uii information us to rates, throuzh cars, etc . addre-s O. Hartman Agent. Plym-aith. Ind.. or E.A.Ford, General Passenger Anent. St.. Louis. M. Lak Erl A Western K. It. In Ef est oq ana after Saaiy, March 3. t&Cl Trains wlllleave Plymouth as follows: NORTH BOUND. No. 20. Toledo. Chicago & Michigan Express. Ex. Sunday 12:03 pm No. Ü. Toledo. Detroit & Chicago Limited, Daily 5:15 pm No. 24. Muncie. Lafayette & Michi gan City Special. Ex. Sunday 11:59 pa 60ÜTH BOUND. No. 21. Detroit, Indianapolis & Cin- elnnatt Expres. Dally 5:50 am No. 23. Chlcagro, Detroit, Toiedo & Indianapolis Fast Line Ex. Sun day ................... ......... 10:28 am No. 25. Chicago, Toledo & India napolis Special. Ex. Sunday 5:15 pm ELEGANT SEW SERViCE AND EQUIPMENT. Trains Nos. 20. 22 and 24 make direct con nection for Toledo, Detroit, Chicago and all points East. North and Northwest. Trains 21 and 23 niaVe immediate connec tion at Indianapolis Union Station for Cin cinnati, Louisville and all points in the Southeast, Sonth and Southwest. Tra.n 25 connects at Indlanauolis withfast trains for St. Louis and Southwest. For further information call at L. K. &W. ticket iflice J. M. DACBENSPECK. Agent Lake Erle& West K. K. P.O. Dalv Wcneral Paflsenscr AteDi. J- I, I f T- " 1 jljonnsylvani3LinBB. Scheiüla cf fassender Trains-Central Time. V Going South? If o, j'ou secure many advantages ty n" Inj via Gnc'nnatl, the Queen & Crescent r ; Route and Southern Ry. Its fast trains pen- tf ctraia every part of he Central South. C4 : h jur sehe Jule Ondnnatl to Jacksonville ail ' I- xv Orleans, o nours to .nauanoofra. t i-1 ' r.-j;.:?ie...-.r. G 3' 12 3"5ll 54 17 0$ '! yi-i-s .v. 7 1 CO 12 2 J 7 2 :r-..i ..... .... j 8 3 J 2 2i 1 5i 9 401 ! :U Ä5 7 41! '11 c: 3 r' 1 C5 8 19 rs to Shreveport. 36 hours it Port Tcnp x Observation, parlor an4 cafe cars freo re- $ : c'ininz chairs Throuch Pullsians to all ! j- f I p rrLn; Sou'Jiern cities. 1 Oct booklet t-n yon the adrmntam T of r r ' c. '"r rcuti'S, na ro eci lor u aiuiii. t W. C. RINttniON, O. P. A.. CIHCl'WW ... . vT 1 13-8 30-1301 All trains arrive at and depart from Van Boxen Street Union Passenger Station, Chicago. Uniformed Colored Porters attend passengen boldin? first or second class tickets in day coaches on thru trains, insuring scrupulously clean cars enroute. East: read down. Ü1I I ' I t t J5 10 25 4 Wk'4A C I 4i W IV 13 11 M 102 6 30 11 04 13 55 o 11 Jin 17; 8 35 It U; 6o;ii 69 b U 19 JS 12 39 S 55 1 25 7 27 1 05 6 60 10 05 2 28 9 10 55 V C5I 3 35 I la All Nickel Plata PMseng 'r Trans Uailr 2 JO ... Cbicmo... 4 It Valparaiso 4 27,. 60. Wanatah 6C2 6 27 43 I 11 I 53 fi 59 ISO 1 66 7 35 7 95 Kaox ....Bibbard ... Argot .... ... MantoB ... ... CI ar pool. .. ..So. M hiUey . ..Ft. Wayne.. ...Cleveland .. .... Buffalo.... ..New York.. ....Boston .... West: read vp. 9 15 148 ft 27! 435 7 40 S 62 - f5 35 6C3 4 42 4 30 , 4 03 3 601 3 21 a so 1 11 26 10 10! 2 00 CO 17 24 7E0 1J60 (25 3 40 Is4 250 9 9 2 15 1 S3 12 01 11 21 9 31 7 04 t 9 31 8 34 ? 1 2 05 28 12 59 12 10 8 25 1 C"'... 1 00... 1 ML. J Local freight, eastbouna between Stony Island and Knox, Smlr on Monday. W ednesdar and Friday ; wostbonnd only on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Llrht tyre A. X Dark typt P. W. Daily except Sunday. . f. Stop on signaL Drawing' Room Sleeping Cars on Nos. 2, 4 and 6 thru to Cleveland, Erie, Buffalo, New York en J Boston ; on Nos. 5, 3 and 1 to Chicago. Meals are served at ''up-to-date" Dining Stations and in Nickel Plate Dining Cars at opportune meal hours Baggage checked to destination. On inquiry you will find our rates are always lower than via other lines, service considered. For rates and detailed information, address B. F. Homer, General Passenger Apent, Cleveland, O., C. A. Asterlin, T. P. A.. Ft. Wayne, Ind.. 0 Vocal Ticket Apentv :yne- , :t-U '.or.; ;i (it.. " i:viii. I... " erect u... " rctü LI ... " ":i :;?. w 44 .:a ti; ..'ii )ui bcn... " iwixd " 'ymc-uiii . " p ?rtc v a ... " ia::itt " 'avis " ianna.... a;n.t-h. " :i'i--araiso Iti-ai t 44 ivoriool. 44 J.iike 44 Vb t.nj 'hlta'"j ...nr. Iitw-ri Ch:cap.:....l-. Vii 1: g ii J ...... 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R Fl g step to Uk oa pisscren fcr Fort Vjb or rob'i t3-t t:r.tL a r itop to Utof paswnren from Tort iTno or poi-ts tst ti?rof. 1 S'xp oa tipaxl to wo-itt er dishaVt tauten to or from Fort "Wara.or poiit oast hereof aadtocr Lern llynrutk or poicti Teit tLersot K ITS Train No. 24 Aas so connection oast of Pittsbnrrk timers ückets to eisura pointa mil tot bo koaored ca Li true. C. L. PECK, E. A. FORD, rni r.. aer?' Xf'. GonerU Hmatv Irani, I-or time cards, rates of fare, through tickets, bagir-istd checks and further inlormation re gtidin the running of trains, apDly to any Agent of the Pennsylvania Lines.