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You Want Our Drugs and Service. The valuable element in drugs .and nrug store ser vice is reliability'. No one questions but that our customers get reliable service; few store3 have earned so widespread a reputation in this regard. You can't put a money value on such service, it is beyond price. And yel it costs you nothing extra. When you want drugs or have a prescription to be filled bear this in mind. You can trade hers with a feeling of absolute security and feel just as certain that the price will be right. People's Drug Store Chas. Reynolds, Prop. WANTED, FOR SALE, RENT, ETC. (Advertisements under this head inserted for 10 cents a line. Count about 6 words to the line. Th Chrosicli carries your ad all over Ma.-shall county and beyond ) Dr. Eikenberry's day is Friday of each wek. For Sale One Improved Victor, 240, to 270 egg incubator; heated with hot water. S. B. Fanning. dl8-25 wl9-26. , , : Fcr sale A few good milch cows, fresh soon. Seven brood sows, also farm for sale. Warren McFarlin. wl2-19-2u Lost Jan. 10, 1911, between Sem ler Lake Hill and Chas. E. Rains' residence, one 5 A yellow horse blanket with red striped border. Phone 8131. For Sale Farm of 120 Acres A good and well improved farm of 120 acres, four and a half miles from Plymouth mav be brought at a rea , son able price. There is a good house and barn, 20 acres of good voung timber (geeting so valuable these days), goxl water, windmill and sup ply tank, stock fences. For further particulars enquire at Chronicle of fice, dwtn. Plymouth Market Report. Prices on Jan. 18. These prices change nearly every Jay, and the figures quoted are good only foi the day named PRODUCE ..Corrected dilv "v George Vlnail. Eggs... 28c Butter 25c Lard llc Potato ;....30c to $ .35 Beans '...$2.25 to $2.75 GRAINS Corrected Daily by Plymouth Grain Co. Oats 30c Wheat $ .93 Rye 70c Ccm 57c per 100 lb. Clover Seed, per bn $8 00 HAY Corrected dailT bi U. S. Lemert. Old timothy per ton $10 00 Old clover $1100 Roosters 5c Old Bene -5...10j Duck? ; 10c Toikeyg .12 to 14" Geese 7c Spring chicken? 10c SCRAP IRON Corrected daily by M. Fiaiiklin Old Scrap Iron, per 100 lb 35c Tuesday Sylvester Logan went to Harris on business. Eye Glasses They are Eye-Help if Right; Eje- Hurters and Headache- Makers, if Wrong. We Fit 'em Right. DR. E. R. WOOD Resident Eyesight Specialist. Office orer Orermyer & Anderson's Shoe store Plymouth, Indiana. Phone 522. Mrs. F. D. Gray of South.. Bend who has been spending a few days with friends in this city, went to Argos today, for a further stay vith friends. Christian Becker and sister Mrs. C. Conrad returned to their homes in Dorristown O., this morning, after friemj and relatives in Plymouth, South Bend and other point3. son Wm. Harmon. Carl Ebert spent the day at Argos on business. Charles Powell went to South Benu for the dav. i L. S. VanGiUler transacted business at Argos Tuesday. John C. Zeehiel of Culver was here on business today. Mrs. M. W. Fishbum of Hibbard spent the morning here. William Kline of Culver, called on Plj-mouth friends today. Carl Strombeck made a business trip to Logansport today. Dr. Danforth spent the da' in South Bend on-business. O. A. Gibbons,") of Inwood was in town today on business. W. A. Beldon spent the day in South Bend on business. John Rinkenberg, of Bourbon was in town today on business. Mrs. J. D. Chaplin is shipping her hotr5diold goods to LaPorte. v. Messrs. Ed Gam and L. J. Hess spent the day at Chicago on business. Messrs W. H. Roberts and Beecher Stout spent the day at Macy on busi ness. Mesdames Floyd Bunnell and Har riet Everly spent the day in South Bend. Miss Ruth Chadwick, accompanied a child from Brithside to Ft. Wayne todav. Miss Mollie McPherson, of Warsaw is visiting her sister,. Mrs. Thomas Himes. John E. Ringenherger of Hibbard was a local visitor this morning on business. William Vanschoiack of Culver, was a visitor in this city today on business. Mesdames Frank Jacox and A. North were guests of friends in South Bend today. H. M. Warner, electrican went to Gary, where he will he engaged a month bv the citv. Mrs. John Bender has recovered from her recent serious illness and is able to be about. - V Samuel A. Kalev returned to his home in Culver, after a short stav in this citv on business. Mr and Mrs. Ira Hokehave return ed from spending a few days with frieds at South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Davton Harris went to Lapaz to remain a while with the family of W. P. Holland. Samuel Gretzinger left for Ken dallville this morning to spend a few days with his brother. Sr I. Minister -has returned, to his home in Leiters Ford, after spending a couple of days iiiPlymouth. J. I). Fields, watchman at the Van dalia crossing, is still on the sick list, liaving been eonfind to his bed for over a week. Mrs. Florence Uplinger of Bourbon went to Rochester today, being called there by the illness of her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Sweet. Miss Xejlie Seltenright spent the day at Harris. Ed Hunter made a business trip to South Bend today. O. C. Gibbons is spending a few days at South Bend on business. Dr. R. C. Stephens made a profes sional trip to South Bend today. Mrs. Hugh Logan returned to hei hone in Harris, after a brief stay in this city. ft.-rt Bottorff went to South Bend t6dy, where he will visit for a few d?.y with his cousin Ira Robinson. Subscribe for "The Republic n." Miss Edith Sellers aches the No. ly7 School this week owing to the ill ness of the regular teacher, Miss Maud Wood. Leonard Swoverland went to War saw Frida v where he received Jersev cows from the south. He expects to make a sale of these soon. Misses Minnie Waggoner, " Jennie Harmon, Florence Geiger and Messrs. Harry Sanner, John Hutchman were entertained by Miss Ethel Sanner Sunday evening.-- Mrs. Earl Sanner and children left for Hamlet Friday, where they ex pect to nake theirs home for awhile. Earl will go with the goods as 60on as the roads are fit. Wednesday Dr. Danforth, Dentist, phone 4935 Chrles Tancamp spent the day at Culver. B. W. Ervaugh went to Culver on business. Judge Hess was in Culver today oil business. - Mrs. H. M. Tebay spent the day at South Bend. Seymour Hodges went to Tyner to day on business. Floyd Jacoby went to South Bend today, on business. William VanGilder spent the day at Chicago on business. to Culver on IS TOTAL OF 99 HERS MR. A. R. UNDERWOOD GIVES SPLENDID REVIEW OF SHAIL ER MATTHEWS NOTED - WORK ON "THE SOCIAL " - GOSPEL". QUARTET AND YIOHN MUSIC Sociological Study Club Is Enter tained At the Home of Mr. and Mrs. Zach Tanner. W. J. Davis went business for the dav. Henry Fertig, of Lapaz is here for a few days on business. Mrs. Barbara Culver went to South Bend today; to visit friends. Meting of Royal Arch Masons to night. Installation of officers. Mrs. Stephen Edwards, of Culver spent the day here on business. Albert Keith has returned to Cul vr after a business. trip to this city. E. L. Lawrence has gone to South Bend to spend- a few days with friends. Mrs. Claud Ritter was called to Inwood today, by news of the illness of her mother. Mrs. J. W. Jones went to Harris, her home, after visiting Mrs. W. J. Harrison here. The Ladies Parish Guild will have an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. J. B. Bowell on Thursday. Messrs. Howard Staley and Harolo Stephenson went to Chicago this morning, where they will 'remain. Matthias Mangue who resides near Argos, called on friends here today. and left for Bremen, where he will spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Caslow, and Sherman Harris, and daughter Ada, the latter of Minister Ohio, spent the day with friends at Harris. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Steminger and daughter, returned to their home in Mart'p'iUis Mich., today, after visiting with the family of Bert Frank ar.d ether friends in tnis citv. George Hurst of Nappanee who has been visiting here for the past levt days with the family of Simon RufT, went to Läkeville this morning, be fore rturning to his home. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Flora, of Lccransport, who had -been visiting the former's brother aim" sister, Mrs. John Baugher and JelT Flora, went to LaPorte todav for a further stav. Mr and Mrs. Fred Corse return ed to South Bend today. Mr. Corse drove a span of horses down yester day which- he sold here. Mrs. Corse had been here two weeks, at the home of her ion Bernard. Mrs. G. W. Conite and daughter Ethel, returned to their Lome in Chi cago this morning, after visiting foi a few days with her mother Mrs. N. J. Davis. Mrs. Conite is adjutant in the American Salvation Army, at Chicago. ' FREE! A beautiful 42 piece dinner SPt to be given away, each Saturday forfome lirre (at 4:C0 f). m-,) to party present holding card fhowing highest caeh purchase for the week. Call at fcGowan'p Grocery for particular?. Dinner fet now on display at store. dlO-16 wl2, 19.26 DEALS IN REAL ESTATE MADE HERE . Through the agency of John B. Bowell, real estate dealer, two im portant deals were made in this city Monday. J. E. Bergman purchased the residence of Mrs. Edward Miller, known "as flie Kendall property, on north Michigan street, for the consid eration of $4000.' ' The L. Sumptera farm of 120 acres, northwest of tapa;. was sold to David P. Reed, considera tion $7500. The Civic Club was entertained Monday evening at the home of Mr. Mrs. Zach Tanner on north Michigan street, and the hos.; and lfostess were assisted by Mrs. Work and Miss Barr. A delightful and profitable evening was spent by the forty peo ple present in hearing a book review and its drscussion, review of maga zine articles, and in conversation and music. - Mr. and Mrs. John R; Jones, Mr. and Mrs. C. Z.-Rowe, Mrs. Lou Dial, Miss Nellie Seltenright, and MrJ1 W arren Mcr-flrlin were eleeted to membership. This makes a total of 99 members of this club which is devoted to the study of socjjdojerical conditions generally and as they ap ply to Plymouth in particular. The special feature of the evening was a review of Shailer Matthews' "The Social Gospel" 'by Mr. A. R. Underwood. Mr. Underwood had studied the book carefully and pre pared a thorough review of it, one of the best which has ever been pre Rented 'to the club. " Shailer Matthews ,is Dean of the Chicago University Divinity School and is associated with Ernest DeWitt Hurton and George Burman Foster in the editorial management of the "Biblical World" a publication is sued bv the University and which has come to be known as the exponent of what for a better term is called "Higher Criticism.,, Mr. Underwood said that he had no cordial' feelings whatever for the ag sregation of professors who talk the higher criticism, "because when it comes to choosinjr btween a man made and a revealed religionj be tween a religion eonjurecfupon' thu Chicago Midway and that of th Bible between Chicago University prcfessors. and Jesus of Xazareth-my choice is for God and his word, and the religion exemplified by the Lord Jesus durst." The purpose of "The Social Gos pel" is to "set forth the social teach w'r tit .Jesus ami his apostles as well as the social implications of the spiritual life." and it deals with the farnilv. the state, conomie life, and social regeneration. The gospel of Jsus demands that the disciples treat each other as brethern, and when we come to see that not wU&t a man haa but what he is, is the basis of value, Ave. have come near to the ideal in the gospel, of Christ. Miss Slough discussed the review and brought out some good points. Following this Mrs. Hitchocck told of the important articles which has ap peared the past month in such maga- zi nes as Hampton s. national ueo irraplna, Everybody's, the Delineato" Literarv Digest and the Saturday Evening Post, vThe music of the evening was a de light to all. Th? Ladies7 quartet composed of the Misses Boss, Miss Slough and Mrs Randall' sang Swanee River and Mr. Curtis gave violin solos accompanied by Miss Tanner. Refreshments of salad, fruit wafers, odTee, and lea were served. - s 1 .Tine treat Price 1 1 CUTTIKi SALE i Ü- At -The Old . WATCH! WAIT! 7 LAUER'S Annual . Public Benefit Sale opens Wednesday, Jammairv 25fiCi), FOR TEN DAYS. A Money-Saving Opportunity for you dor kH II Than'. Wild Beasts. The numberro people killed yearly by wild beasts don't ap proach thfva?t number kill?d by disease germs. No life i safe from their attacke.f They're in air, water, dust, even food. But grand pro tection ia afforrifd by Elecfric Bitters, which 'destroy and expel these deadly'difeaee Fgeims from the eystem. That's wby'ebills, fever and ague, all malarial1 and' many blood diseases yield promptly to this wonderful blood' purifier. Try them, and enjoy the glorious health and new strength they'll give you. Money' back, -if not satisfied. Only 50c at Fred YZenzler's. Do you know that fully nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are eimply rheuroa1im of-- the muscles due to cold or damp, nr chronic rheumatism, and reqube no intprnal treatment whatfv r?. Apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely and bpp, how quickly it v gives relief. For sale by All Dealers" Five Hundred Club Bang.net ' The male members of the Five Hundred Club enterained Monday evening at a banquet and dance which will be established as an annual af fair. Thirty-ciVht members and iruesfs were in attendance. The ban fniest was sened at theJJoss House hotil, and was a delicious four course spread. Afterward, the party adjourned to the Apollo clubrooms, where tho evening was spent in cards and-dancing. The ladies were un animous in ' voting the masculine members, ideal hosts. Election of Oficers. The Paw Paw Pleasure Club met Friday night at the home of Mr. and Wen tracery Staied 117 Laporte Street is In Full Operation, The people of Plymouth and yieinity have the opportunity of their life to buy a clean stock of Merchandise at M-O tents (or less) on tlh3 DollsLr. .:, The Stock consists of Dry Goods, Boots arid Shoes, Rubber Boots, Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Ladies' and Misses' Coats and Wraps, Motions, Etc. The. stock belonging to the Lewis Department Store of Men tone has been added to the De vine Stock, making' the most complete assortment of goods obtainable in the city. Hundreds of satisfied customers will testify ' to the great bargains offered. Allow us to say that an JO oer cent, cut has made on all Clothing, Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks, Etc. Men's Pants we will sell, from $1.00 to $1.50, ir- respective oi their cost.. All-Wool Sweater Jackets, worth up to $5 for 75c ' Men's Canvas Gloves, 4 pair for a" quarter. : Aen's Heavy Grey Work Socks, 4 pair for a quarter Any Winter Cap in the house, worth to $1, for 25c Men's Heavy Work Shoes, going at 90c per pair Women's Heavy Calf Shoes, button or lace, worth $3.00, going at 90 cents per pair. v ' 2 yards wide, heavy Linoleum, worth 75c square - yard, for 45 cents. Matting worth 30 cents a yd. going at per yd, l6c We Cordially invite one and. all to visit this . stock, and get our prices, as it is hard to believe that any firm would sacrifice their stock at the prices we are asking, but seeing is believing. ' - i DAN WILSON m COo 117 LaPorte St., Plymouth, Ind. - Open Evenings. All Welcome. extra been Mrs. Ilarley Bryant of South Tlum street. All - members of the club bcinjr -present except. Mr. and Mrs. Delwiler,- whose places was filled by Mr. and Mrs. Will Reed. Pedro was. played and the prizes, was won by Mrs. v Elmer Young, she being tie withers. J. M. Olds. The guest's prize was won by Mr'. Harold Steiner and the consolidation by Mrs. Ed. Meyers. A fine lunch was served by the host and hostess after which a busi ness Weting was held.x The club adopted by laws and elect ed officers for the coming year s foi lows: President Edmund Meyers. Vice President Harold Steiner. Secretary Mrs. Elmer Young. Treasurer Ilarley Bryant. The Club will hold their next meet ing Friday evening, Jan. 27, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boyer. The Club extended a vce of thanks to the out going officers, Mr. Otto JBreece, Presiden t,and Mr. Ed Boyer, Treas urer. " Mr. and Mr 3. Geo. Marks enter tained the sixteen ladies and gentle men of the Peerless Club . at their home in Friday-tvening. Mrs. Mar tmdale walked off with the,. honors in the shape of a fancy mkestand Mesdames Curtis, Gam and- Kruyer tied for second prize,a dish, which fell to the lot of Mrs. Kruyer. A fine luncheon was served. When given as goon as the croui y cough appears Chamberlain's Cough Remedwill ward off an at tack of croup -and prevent all dang er and cause of anxiety. Thousands of mothers uee it successfully. Sold by All Dealers. Marriage Licenss Walter S. Kline -Bremen 18, to Viola E. Shaffer Bremen 18.