23 N. Michigan St. Phone 65 C Plymouth, Ind.
What You Want
and you always want it right away. So
phone to SOUTHVVORTH'S GROCERY
Wheff you want it.
Send in your order today and we will
guarantee satisfaction onyour money back
L. J. Southworth J. G. Southworth
FARMERS OF FOUR COUNTIES
ARE EAGER FOR ESTABLISH
MENT OF PROPOSED
Herb Gibson made a trip to Lake-
. h. Leonard went to West ville LONG WORTH MEASURE, WHICH j
it ivcvw ljzs if I '."Cn w vcc w o ys.zsz-z iiiv-ovz Lccwsw l-'
Mrs. J. C. llihbard spent Thürs lay
icre on business.
Starke, Pulaski, Fulton and Marshall
Counties Will Border en High
way Extends Farthest Jnto
Josepb IJurnside 'of Tyner
iere on business this orning.
Miss Osie Moiiock is spending
few days with friends at Änros.
Miss Daisy Zehner went tö South
Bend to remain a week with friends.
Joseph Klinedinst returned to
11 or Thursday after a short stay in
I. W. Dawson and wife went to
Soutli Bend today to visit their
Mr. and Mrs. Frank TTajrer arc
spendin; a couple of days with
j friends at Argos.
Jnmoo P PooI rC C,,K T) T t.
" -1 . Ati.it ui .'UUIÜ JitMIU UllUl
PROVIDES FOR PERMANENT
BOARD MEETS WITH APPROVAL
Author. - Declares It Embodies
the Best Features of
Lenroot and Goode
GET THE HABIT
ft - 1
a renewed ana probably success
ful effort is heinjr made to Travel the
county line road between the coun
ties of Starke and Pulaski and the
and go to
We carry a complete
fresh bakery goods
Special attention to party and
Metsker Building Michigan Street
In Fight Against Lorimer
Senators Beveridge and Shively,
one Ilepnblican the other Democrat
are t m;ke a tight against ' the
"whitewashing" of the investigation
of Senator Lorimer's election.
Will Never Play Ball Again
William (Cuppy) Grocshow, form
er l.-ara ball player will never play
Vail again lie lost his right arm in
a I'iv.tc machine at Adrain Mich..
, Seriously Sick.
Mrs. David Menser is in a
critical condition with lung1
and her recovery is uncertain.
. The Mozart Club will meet at the
home of MrsA. R. Underwood this
oven ins instead at the Apollo Club
counties of Marshall and Fulton.
A petition with the requisite number
of names was presented to the Mar
shall county commissioners -two or
three nionihs ago, but it was defec
tive in form and the promoters arc
now at work with papers which
I most cordially indorse the bill
presented by Representative . Long-
worth, said Cobb after a conference
with Mr. Longworth and other rep
rescntatives at the Capitol. The
had been visiting relatives at Inwood ! Tf'68 he ,b.est
returned home today.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Miles went to
Delphi-Tnd., Thursday to visit with
relatives and friends for a week
Mis. A. Cann of Chicago who had
been the guest of Mrs. K. 11. Nelson
went to Donaldson today to visit
Mrs. Daniel Shoop of Bloomdale
Ohio who had spent two weeks with
her sister Mrs. Robert Liggett return
ed home Frida v
meet the requirements of the law and f
are meeting with fine success. The' rs "Emma Thompson of South
petition for the Starke-Pulaski end,1,endJ Av,! had been spending a few
is at the Marbaugh.storp in Monterey days with Mrs. Mary Holdridge, re
turned home today.
Miss Nora Comptoh returned to
her home in Argos this morning after
visiting with Her sister Mrs. Mack
Wilson for a few days.
Morris A. Andrews of Salt Lake
City "Utah , was in this city today
enroute to Culver where he is student
at the Military Academy.
Mrs. Mary Keller returned to her
and Geo. Busart. is circulating the
petition for the Marshall-Fulton end.
The portion to be improved is from
Lawson Allen 's at tha Tippecanoe
river east to the four county cor
ners, thence to the Yandalia railroad,
a distanc of 5 14 railes. A portion of
the road has been graveled but tho
greater part is deep sand a terror to
drivers of all classes. T( is proposed
to place an even dressing of gravel
Fred Yager and wife who had been
visiting the former's uncle, David
Yairer returned home to South Bend
liomr in Tnonnetmrt
10 inches deep and 8 feet wide over ' ,4i- Ä fn T i -i
., t 1 1 ,t, . . spending a lew. days with the family
the whole section. hen tins is M . t , , r
, ! , ii-i mi 1 4i of -ier rotlicr-m-Iaw Peter Richard,
done a hard smooth pike will be the , . .
J .lohn Aai-Te returned to his employ
ment at Rensselaer Ind., today after
'spending a eoupel of weeks with his
i rents, Mr. and Mrs. George Najle
n uns cirv.
Mastodom Skeleton Found
Guy Fisher, brother of John Fisher
sheriff-elect 'of Tippecanoe county,
has found a fine specimen 'of masto
don skeleton in the Tippecanoe river
lottoms near Battle Ground. The
sVeleton is lodgedin clay on over
Mowed ground, at a spot seldoai vis
ited. John Fewell a geologist, says
the ground in the vicinity of the.
place was deposited there during the
H AD EL9
NEW DRUG STOKE
tures of all the bills under discussion.
Rules Amendments Introduced
Two important amendments to the
rules of the House one intended to
ontflank the regulars in their fight
against the insurgent rule as to dis
charging committees from consider
ation of bills and the other to throw
committee meetings open to the pub
lic were introduced today by Repre
sentative Xorris of Nebraska who
led the insurgent Republicans in their 1 Mitch of the information which
srreat rules firht of last March. will prove most valuable to Congress
"Washington, Jan. 7. The Tariff is expected to be acquired through
Commission bill was introduced in confidential statements :to tue com
the House today. It was framed bv mission on the tmdertanding that the
Representative Longworth of Ohio, mimes of persons giving the informa
nt er conferences with President Taft t ion will not be made public. Ihe
and with insurgent Republicans. Tt bill provides for five commissioners
provides for a permanent tariff board at $7,500 each annually not more than
The public to .
Come in and J
inspect our line, of
Pjanos, a Ten Year
guearantee with ev
ery instrument. We
also carry the- larg-
est line of Post Cards, Stationery, Sheet Music and
Crepe Papers, this is headquarters for Sewing Aa-
chines, Oil, Parti and Needles for all makes, gg
T. E. HOUGHTON S
MUSIC DEALER. Sjjj
books and pajers from persons engag
ed in producing importing and dis
tributing articles under tariff investi
gation, but the power to punish any
person for failure to appear or to
produee evidence is reserved to Con
Names on Qufet List
and further powers to make it a
thoroughly eflieient body particular
ly as to facilities for investigations.
Longworth said he purposed t
press "his measure which embodies..
what he regards as the best features
)f the Lenroot, Goode and other liills
and hoped to obtain a favorably re
port from the Ways and Means, com
The Longworth bill confers, on the
Tariff Commission the-general power
to subpoena witnesses and call for
three of them of the same party, ap
pointive for different periods at first
but automatically the tenures arc
to become for six years. All, includ
ing the chairman are to be appointed
by the President and the commission
ers are to be confirmed 'by the Sen
ate. Practical indorsement of the Long
worth bill was made by John Chand
ler Cobb on behalf of the National
Tariff Association of which he is president.
Given a Suspended Sentence
Mrs?. Rose Reidel Tresselt in the
Allen Circuit court at Fort Wayno
on Tuesday of last week, entered a
plea of guilty to the charge of man
slaughter, was sentenced from two
to twentv-one vears in the penal de
partment of the Indiana prison for
women, her sentence suspended, and
agreed to pay John and Johanna Cox
$5.300. It will be remembered that
little Irene Cox of Fort Wayne wa
struck by an automobile driven by
Mrs Tresselt on Saturday eyenin,
Auust 20. Mrs. Tresselt is wealthy
but if she had been poor and stolen
a loaf of bread her punishment
would doubtless have been more
Auto Tires Are Cheaper.
One of the leading auto tire manu
facturers of Akron O., announces a
reduction of 10 per cent in price of
tubes, made possible by the decline in
cost of pure Para rubber gum anJ
unequaled manufacturing facilities.
The probabilities are that some of the
other makers in the same line will
follow the lead of this company in
the near future.
Connplete line off
and Druggist Sundries
Everything New .and Up To
Joseph Hnba returned today from
fi-'me City where he visited with hi
sifter Mrs. C. P. McITugTi who is
undergoing treatments! at the Sani-
.irs. eioMn 31iller residing three
miles south of town is cridically ill
Mie IS th? VOUlTJrest dnno-Tifnr- -P
Peter Richard and was for -several
years a, resident of Miner st. where
he was married seven vears ao.
P. W Ringenberg and William Per
son of At wood were: in the cjty on
business today. The latter is in
terested' in the Person .and Miller
Home-cured Meat Company.
Mr. and Mrsr-William Ilunt ot
Mishawaka came today to the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. George Carey.
Mr. and Mrs. Hunt are newly wedded
and here to spend 'a part of their
Mrs. Emma Olwell weW to South
P.end this morning to remain a short
time with Inends. Mrs. Olwell came
irom Artesian, s. Dak., some days
igo to stay a while with Mrs
Amanda ATiite, who is 87 yrars old
in. i is in poor Jiealtli.
The following Tyncrpeople were in
t :e ciiy today on business con
lfcted with the Sarber ditch: Ilarrj
.loimson. Levi Stoneburner, . Frank
Irnag, W. Burnsitle, ' Josepjf Kleind
inst, Ralph Johnson-Joseph Burn
side, and Harry Thompson
Willis Yazel and sister, Mrs. Lulu
.Moms. of. South Bendare here to
visit their mother, Mrs. Belle Yazel,
on west (jarro street.
Miss Minnie Hunsley, of South
Bejid, who had been visiting Sene
Primhv and family for several days,
returned home Thursday.
Mrs. William Hite who had been
visiting her mother, Mrs. Laura
Kyser for the past month returned
to her home in Hobart Friday
Ir. and Mrs. Herman Bowles of
South Bend who had been visiting
the 'family of David Bowles for the
past ten days returned home Friday.
Mrs. John S. Bender who was
critically ill with pneumonia for &e
veral dayss is so much improved as
to be out of danger. Mr. Bender is
R. H. Francis and wife of South
Bend who had been here since the
funeral of James Heminger visiting
relatives hereabout, returned to
v L. S. Hummell and wife of Colinga
Fresno county, California are here
far. a visit' with the batter's sister,
Mrs. Maud Gray, at Harris. Mrs.
Hummel also has relatives in Roches
ter, her former Home.
Mrs. Eunice Devinney returned to
her home in Bourbon Friday after a
short visit here with Mrs. George
Barnes. Mrs. Devinney has just re
turned from an extended visit with
relatives at Shell Rock Iowa. .
Lafe Smith who is vintirig ln3
brother John Smith on west Gam
street. Mr. Smith is here from Kan
sas and was a former residence of
this county having lived here' for
twenty-seven years, before moving
Dr. Q. A. Rea, who moved from
Culver to Rochester a few weeks ago
underwent a critical operation for
arrd;citis Wdnesday morning." The
attack was very severe but hwas
reported getting along nicely Thürs-
TTT VEN with all our experience in buying, we can't always
telK merely by looking at a piece of .furniture how
Well the lumber is seasoned, and how faithfully the work
has deen done. So we do not depend entirely upon our
knowledge and judgment. IVe buy only the goods made
by factories whose honesty ofworkmanship and good taste
have been proved. We refuse to take any chances with
your good will and our reputation.
Books exposed on open shelves are always sus
ceptible to dust.
Cleanliness may be insured if you take precau
tion to store your books in Globe-Werr.icke
Elastic Units that are provided with dust proof
And in addition your library equipped with
Globe-Wernlckc Elastic Units becomes so invit.v
ing and comfortable that you will prefer it to
any other place.
The ease and comfort of Karpen leather uphol- 4 'ViAW t$t$)$f J
ered furniture as notable as the materials. n'KAKrIvvifi-
The beautv of Karpen furniture is an increas
ing pleasure to everyone who associates with it.
So many people buy Carpen leather Chairs,
Davenports, Couches, Settees, Etc., that the
Karpen people don't try to . make much profit
on eaxh piece neither do we.
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The proof of the raittress is the sleeping on it
You can always tell a Stearns Foster mattress
by the delightful refreshing way in whbh it
moulds itself to the angles and curves of your
tired body. ,
There are very few things in the world that we
would. rather sell than Stearns-Foster mattreses
They renew your friendship for us, 365 times
in the year. . ' - -
Is your kitchen as you would like to have it?
300,000 women are taking things easier with
the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet.
Your work will be lessened very day with this
cabinet in your kitchen-the price is small.
There are a good many other articles here with
wihch you are as familiar as you are the articles
mentioned above. Bisseli's carpet sweepers, Kim
balls and Chappel beds, in fact, the newYst, best
and most conveient articles for every room in the
house, bought from famous factories at prices
you cannot afford to ignore. ,
J. e; BUNNEILIL ;8l SON
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