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1 e crrcatcst This year we will combine our RED LETTER SALE with our 25th ANNIVERSARY SALE, making the two combined th sale e?er held in Plymouth. It will pay people for miles around to attend this greatest of all sales. We expect to clean up everything in our mammoth stock at prices heretofore not heard ot. We never again will be able to give the people of Marshall County a Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Sale, and therefore want this one to be befitting the occasion, and will spare noeffort to sell goods at prices that will fill our store with bargain seeking people for the rest of the year. All prices made before will he kept up, and many new and attractive ones added for this RED LETTER-25th ANNIVERSARY SALE. Shopping Made Easy WITH OUR STOCK TO SCLECT FROM A Special Rug Offering Witten Velvet Hugs, full mtst with fringe on ends, VDrih anywhere 2.00, each 51.49 Scarfing Reduced Fincy Dresserand Sideboard Scarfing, formerly 25c per yard, reduced to . 5G Remnants Ritnnants of all kinds at onc-hajf their value. It will pay you to look at all the poods in the store is everything is ve;y low during this sale. Corsets Worcester $1.00 Corsets -. 79c Lot of 50c Corsets at . . . 39 The Greatest Bargains EVER OFFERED IN THE COUNTY Dress Goods Diiparant In this department we have gathered together all such goods as trc want to dispose of, in lots, all at one price. For instance, a lot of Double-fold plain and fancy weaves of Dress Goods that formerly sold at from 1 5c to 20c per yard, we will sell at llc per yard. Another lot ot all wool Dress Goods that sold up to 50c per yard, now only 19c for choice. A lot of all-wool Series and Henriettas that were 60c to 75c per y rd, now included in this sale at 50c Big lot of 7c dark Outings at 5c. All our !0c and 2z dark and light Outings, now 8c. Balance of Flannel ettes that sold up to 18c, now 10c per yard. Fine Wait ings at 19c. Double fold dark Percales, worth 7c, now 5c. Oil Red Calicoes, z yard. All other Calicos, 5c per yd. Extra good yard-wide Muslin at 51 and 5c per yard. Cotton and Wool BlaiM Bargains 10-4 Cotton Blankets at 39c and 50c. 11-4 Cotton Blankets at S9c. Extra value all-wool grey and red and plaid Blankets, $4.00 value, at 52.89. " CARPET REMNANTS, worth up to 65c per yd. at 49: to dose. Many otheis still cheaper. santii Glans Headquarters S.mta Claus has made his headquarters again in our basement, which is full of all kinds öf popular priced Toys, Dolls, Picture Books, Mechanical Toys, Drums, Go-Carts, Doil Cabs, Wagons, Horns, Harmonicas, Games, eta, and many one cent toys. By far this, department is the best of its kind in the city nothing but bargains. We also carry a complete line of China Dishes, Cups and Saucers, and all kinds of popular priced fancy Chinawart. As usual, we suggest early selection for the reason that you get by com ing early a full selection and avoid the great holiday rush the fast few days before Christmas. Many of the best bar gains may be gone if you wait until the last day or two. In Qor Cloak and Suit Department In this department evervthing has been marked down to cost and less. Children's light weight Jackets, 44c, 64c and 94c. Ladies' Coats, 190t styles, a lot to be closed out at $1.00' each; luve been up to $10.00 before. 30-in. Plush Capes, $2.93. All other Capes at reduced prices. Ladies' Dressing Sacques at le&; than cost. Children's Eiderdown Coats, 4Sc. Rainy Day Skirts, the 5 kind, at $3.93, and many other good bargains in this line. Our Big Holiday Line ARE COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL S Underwear Bargain In our Underwear Stockte will cioie out a lot of 39c Underwear, best value on' earth, at 25& A Hosiery Special Good Fleece-lined Hosiery, per pair QG Many other bargains in Hosiery. Table Damask Turkey Red Table Linen, worth 19: in the other stores, here,' per yard 3.3 Elegant Picture Frames Rfty Picture Frames, all kindi of them, for pictures 1x22 inches, an elegant value it jl greit bargain to clo?e, each ßr Make Early Selections WHILE STOCKS ARE COMPLETE Do Your Holiday Trading Here It will certainly be to your interest to do your Holi day trading with us, as you will be best served at our store and your money will go the farthtst, besides you trc sure of getting reliable goods V, -il " f - -S : -mm W Wejgjjl beClosed AH Day X mas Please remember this so you will not be disappointed should you come to the city on that day. It his always been, our custom to close on this holiday and ve iutend doing so as long as we remain in business. 3b 2 t CS'' NO FIGHT Baker's Nomination to Be Con firmed Without Opposition. TolrLxinlis Hus Mo GrourKl for Open Hostility in the Senate Though . Beveridge Has Won a Great Victory cer-Him-Cffecf of Appointment on Indiana RollHcs- Washington, J). C, Dec. 12 The Indiana republican repre sentatives are much disturbed over the appointment of Judge Francis E. Baker of that state as United States circuit court judgo of the seventh judicial district, which includes the states of Indi and, Illinois, and Wisconsin. This appointment stands as a complete 1 victory for Senator Beveridge, and the friends of Senator Fairbanks fear that it means that Beveridge is to hold the same close and confidential relations to President' Roosevelt that Fairbanlfs held to President McKinley. Beveridge bears his honors modestly and does not say that the appointment of Baker ' was due to his (Bever idge's) influence at the white house. Senator 5everidge indorsed Baker soon after the death of Judge Woods and he stood by him. Senator Fairbanks indors ed no one, but would not agree to Baker's appointment. He en couraged the republican repre sentatives to propose candidates, any one of whom he said would be satisfactory to him. This plan of proposing half a dozen candidates to defeat one did not appeal to the president. He had Attorney General Knorc examine the papers and the records of the candidates, and that official reported in fayor of Judge Baker. The situation was peculiar. One senator in- dorccd Judge Baker, the other presented no candidate, but cch of tho republican rcpro ccntctivca had a candidate. VTho opposition could cot get toother c.d Ju-3 Er.T-:cr had tho strong est indorsement. He was there fore appointed. The Indiana men want Senator Fairbanks to object to the con firmation, and last night he talk ed to several senators to learn what help he could) obtain. To day there is little indication of delay in confirmation. Senator Fairbanks realizes that he has no good cause for opposing Jthe confirmation of Baker because he refused to present a candidate of his own. The political effect in Indiana is feared by the senior senator. It will place Beveridge in front as the most influential Indiana man at the white house, though the president had no intention of of creating such an impression. Some of Fairbanks' friends think that he should make . a tight against confirmation to restore his prestige as the Indiana lead er in Washington, arid show that he still has great influence in the senator. The older reuublican senators have advised against this plan, as it would be simply another mistake. The senate cannot afford to encourage dog-in-the-manger tactics. If Fairbanks had pro posed a candidate and been ignor ed, he would have grounds for complaint. But as the situation stands republican senators can see no cause for taking offense, whatever humiliation the victory of Beveridge may be to him. niGHT UP TO DATE. (Essica's Flaslsr Is Pala's Easter). These are days of records and of the beat, bg of records. Benson's Porous Plaster, for quickness of action and thoroughness of core, has no records to beat except its own. Benson's Plaster, always the best, always the leader, to-day better than ever.. It sticks to the skin bat never sticks in its tracks. It marches on.- . The people not only want to be cored but cured quickly and Benson's Plaster does it. Coughs, colds, lumbago, asthma, bronchitis, liver and kidney complaints, and other ills approachable by an external remedy, yield to Benson's äs ice does to heat. Neither Belladonna, Strengthening or Capricorn plasters are to be compared with Benson's. People who have once tested the taerits of Benson's Plaster have no cs for any ether external remedy. Hore than 5,000 physicians and dmj gists (and a thousand times as many non rrcf cccionsl person) have called Ecnccn'i Flasters one of the few (I) horns remedies tL&t can be trusted. XiTirTa tijh::i tnrds hiva been mZi to it ta competition with the beet known plasters cf Europe and America. Better rrcc! cf iti ncrlb b hoczcdTiUs. j rers to r- 3 rr"3 Fcr t JLs by ill drr'j, ex ttsttZI pr. py ca tzj ordered La tl3 Uzited Clzics, en : receipt of 5c each. BAKER'S SEAT Governor's Office Besieged by Appli cants for Judicial Appointment and Their Friends. Indianapolis, Dec. 12 -A delegation of Hammond, Crown Point and Valparaiso citizens, supporting the candidacy of Judge Gillett, of Hammond, for the place on the Indiana suprerne bench to be vacated by Judge Erancis Baker when he takes his new oific as United States circuit judge, were received by Govern or Durbin yesterday afternoon. The governor heard the members of the delegation for nearly an hour, but refused to commit him self or to indicate in any way who will be Judge Baker's suc cessor. The names of Hiram S. Biggs, of Warsaw, circuit court judget and John W. Van Fleet, of Elk hart, ex-circuit judge, were pre sented to the governor yester dsy by telegram ' for Judge Baker's place on the supreme bench. W. Dv Frazer, of War saw, National' bank examiner, was here last evening, probably in the interest of Judge Biggs". In support of the candidacy of Judge Shively, of Wabash, a number of citizens from that place and adjoining counties called on the governor yester- aay. N Lieutenant-Governor Gilbert, of Angola, who was at the state house yesterday, stated that the Twelfth district favors the ap pointment of Judge Roby of the appellata bench to succeed Judge Baker. Several ofher candidates are being more or less gently men tioned and it is expected that nearly every republican lawyer of any prominence in northern Indiana will be at least suggest ed. Governor Durbin will se lect a good republican lawyer of experience on the bench liv ing in the northern judicial dis trict, or if ho promotes a judge from the appellate court the re sulting vcccncy will be filled from tho clc.23 dcccriccd. Vandalia Time Table. Is Effect June 2; 1900. Trains leave Plymouth. Ind.. as follows: NORTH BOUND. No 10. ex Sun.. No 14, " . No 8, " ... . 8:25 am, for South Bend .12;01 pm, " .10:08 pm, 44 ' SOUTH BOUND. No2J, ex Sun No 3,- - . No 9, . 5:45 am. for-Terre Haute .12:34 pm, . ?;) pm, for Logansport. Fur complete time card, giving all tralnä and stations, and for full Information as to rates, tbrounh cars, etc . address C Hartman Agent. Plymouth. Ind.. or E.A.Ford, General Passenger Apent. St. Louis, Mn. T. Rheumatic Beln Successfully tried by thousands of Rheu matic sufferer.who will lestlfy to the merits of this Great Remedy. Now Is the time to takelt. Regulate the bowels, gives a good appetite. A 5 week's treatment $1.00. Sold by J. V. Hes. your druggist. Sell, Rent, Repair AT) and Exchange We sell Tabulating Attachments. We sell Typewriter Supplies. We sell Typewriter Furniture. We furnish Stenographers and Operators Can We Ser-Ve oxt ? mmm.mtmkmtmkm Vyckoff. Seamans & Benedict 327 Drocvdwtvy. New York INDIANAPOLIS HOUSE 12 E Market Street. ;ont.Be Fooledi Take the genuine, original POCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison Medi cine Co., Madison, Wis. It keeps you well. Our trade mark cut on each package. Price, 35 cents. Never sold in bulk. Accept no ubstl -o--.T(Dfa tttfe. Ak jour druggist. Star Restaurant FOR YOUR Your Holiday Goods. Oranges. Bananas, Grapes, ftp Dies, Nuts, Gt Jidles the Finest Line In the Cltu. Oysters ta balk and cans, rancg Cakes. LeavC orders Tor Ice Cream tor Christmas on the Sat nrdag beTori that dag. Get gour Ghrlstma Dinner at ALBERT'S RESTAURANT. i OTTO ALBERT CHICHrSTfert'S CT! Our , in KEO and 6ld mctmllle boxe. mM Uh ttum ritx- Take mo other. BcfttM I DoaceroM dabtltatioaa mmA Imita tion. Buj of yoar Oraggiit, or wad 4. ia tamp tor lartiealara, Teatlavanlal and "Reiter for Lad !," Utur, by ra ton Mali. 1 6.0(M TxsUaxmüü. fl-MM all Druuiau. Chlefc rtav L'knMt fl(4iotUUBaer. Wftdiaoa laxa.lUii. VA, is; p Uk yaar iracttet for u. If h cannct supply the MARVKI.. accept DC 5tber, but netxl stamp for fl liistraieii book wald.n fixen fall particulars and liitNaion lo- reluable to ;alie MARVKI, rO. JMri Tf nttn IrT..-' York. Euory IVoman ll interested ana snoaia Enow abuat the wonderful MARVEL Whirling Spray Tbe new fatal SjrHag. Jnjec tum ana auction, liest Bat It UttaM IuUatlj PHONE 1 38.00 ono of tho duvg hnat made Lb. Platform Scalts ever Seid. Well mads. tVIU. LAST A UFC TIME. FULL eize Platform. Catalogue free. JONXS (HS PATS TIIÄ FREIGHT). CATARRH f M COLDIIEAÜ THE AND IIHAXINO CUKE FOR" GATM1H Ely's Grczn D:b Eaar and pleasant to nsa. Contains no in Jurions drue. It Is qi lckly absorbed. Gives Belief at once. It Opens and Cleanses ZZ V. K'.a.l i.... sr lue uku oo?aca. A 11 TU Inftammation. Heals and Protects the Membrane. Restore the Senses of Taste and 8melL Large Siw, 60 centa at Drnreists or by mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. ELY BROTHSK3 6S Warren Street. New York. Kt'.lizj Exccrtlan Uttel via Vanilla Llri. - For the above occasion tbe Vandalia line will eel I excursion tickets at one and ons-third fsrs fcr the round trip. Ticksts ood coirj Dee 242531 and Jan 1st 1C02, arjd pood returnic to and including Jm 2nd, Dl Through tic'-cts trill C3 eold over connecting lines at came tzclj. C. Uactiait, An-2t. Applicatlon For License. To the voters and citizens of Center townshlD, Marshall county, and State of Indiana. and of the Second Ward in the City of Plymouth. In said township: Tbe undersigned hereby gives notice that he will apply to the board of commissioner of Marshall county. State of Indiana, at the next regular session thereof, beginning on Monday, January 6, 1902, for license to sell plritous, vinous and malt liquors, in less quantities than a quart at a time, with the orlYllejre of allowing tbe said liquors to be ilrs.nk.oo the premises where sola, and with ri vilene of selling soft drlnksJuncb, tobacco md cinars. In connection with said liquors, in the room on the ground floor of the two torybrlclc building owned by him, situate j on the north eighteen and one-half (18) eet of the south fifty-ÖTe and one-half (55) feet of lot number forty-two (42) In the irlginal plat of the town (now city) of Plym outh, Marshall county. Indiana. Said room fronts to th east on Michigan street, and la 61 feet long by 17 S feet wide, and lsl2M feet from floor to ceiling. JOHN O. KUHN. Application For License. To the citizens and voters ofNorth township i Marshall county and State of Indiana: ' The undersigned hereby gives notice that he will apply to the Board of County Commissioners of said county, at their next regular term, to be held at the court house. In the city of Plvmouth, In said county, com menotng on tbe first Monday at January A. I). 1902, for a license to sell spiritous, vinous j snd malt liquors, In a less quantity than a ?uart at a time, with the privilege of allow Dg said liouors to be dranlc on the premises where sola, for one year, and also to sell soft drinks, lunch and cigars in the room where said liquors are to be sold and drank, said f i remise and room Dein described as f'il ows, to wit: In the room on the ground floor of the frame building fronting on the public highway or street runalug norsh and sooth on tbe west side of lot six (0) of East Lanax la said Marshall county, Indlaaa. as laid out and platted; said buildia? being situated on the west twenty-aevea UT) feet ot said lot six (S) and aald room being seven fsst erst fren ts wert line cf Sali lot and thirty-four fat f tora the souOi line tkertjf and being thirty-five feet iostv by Biaeteea and one-tixth f;?t wide, by tin fen klja, exr?t a rocn la tie nottirtit eorrtj tltra of It cy T feet. The door of said room ctas to tie west on sali h'-hwy. i t ' r vi Rules the whole realu of Sound THE litt MERTIEI. AHofd3 endless amusement and delighV If you have one la your home you can entertain, your family and friends with the Yery 'latest popular. orj?:c songs, r,una:ES, rurjw stores, THE GRAPHÖPHONE HEFEATS T1ID.I ALL Its repertciro b without C;L ALL PRICES FROM $5 TO 150 Write for Special C&telogua No 35 COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO. 88 Webcsh Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL. jTanjvruiJTrvnjirvnr i tnruxariJxriJTJiJxrinjx C. R. LEONARD, furniture ana MrMiing Largest Stock-Lowest Prices. Store removed to new quarters in "Wheeler Block, comer Michigan and Laporte Streets. Thanking the people S for past favors we invite you to come in and see our new store. -:- :- -:- :- : : , jorriaeso mru xrLf -jwrirLn 1 uirurrLrmrLrurr: i rLruxruajxrvruxruimrLniJ flvWvV)vWVvWvvVWM WE ! LÖ UR $1.75 Pay Ccsh for Grain Cell Flour ot OL 7C per hundred Mafco all Ulnia of Chcp Feed Crush Corn and Grind Feed ct Ce per bu. Mako Cuclnvhcct Flcur Do Q General Milllna Gusrantro Car Ccc-3 cr.d VJcrlt. Tiin PüV;:oüTn nmiiino co. L.