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LOCAL TIME TABLES.
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Daily xceit Sumlav.
1i:.C, a. in
:4 i. in. Daiiy exeeiit Siunlay.
7:ij a. in. Local freij-nt, daily except Sunday.
WKST I-.ol ND THAI NS.
.":12 a. in. Daily.
(:."wa. in. Daily except Sunday.
1 :iVp. in. 1 aiiy exctit Sunday.
0:u". in. Daily.
7:1.1 i. in. Daily.
1 I. in. lK-al freight, daily except Sunday.
J. E. HAS KS. A -rent.
VAN 1 A I.I A LINK.
SOUTH ÜOLM TKAINS.
No. "1 G:) a. m
,M lO:(K a. III.
" M l'2:"t a. in.
" CI 5:U) a. in.
'OH.TII HOOD TRAINS.
"0. 5212:20 p. ni.
rt 11 ;10 p. in. Local freight.
" M 10:03 1. ill.
F. K. HALE. Asent.
LAKE EIJIE AM) AVESTEHN.
NOKTH HOUND TRAINS.
12:fi3 p. m. Daily except Sunday.
C:27 p. in.
SOUTH HOUND TRAINS.
9:4 a. in. Daily except Sunday.
12:tt p. in. Local, daily except Sunday.
5:40 p. in. Daily except Sunday.
C. 11. HUGHES. Ajrent.
ST. MICHAEL S CATHOLIC CIIUKCH. ,
Ufa. L. A. Moknch. Pastor. Early Mass.
7:30 a. in ; Hiuh Mass, lo a. in.; Catechecal In
struction. 2:"$ p. in.; Vesjers. 3 p. in. Mass.
every morning. 7:4.". C 11. L. iuHts lirt and
third Thursday of every month. St. Ikmiface
Society, first Monday of e ?ry month.
ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CIIUKCH.
IJev. AV. AV. Raymond, Rector. Regular
Sunday iiiorninn service, lo:30 a. in. Kerular
Sunday even in service. 7 :W. Kcular AVednes
day evening service, 7:). Sunday school after
morning" service, at noon. Indies' Parish Guild
meets every Thursday afternoon. Altar Cuild
meets every Monday 'eveninj-. Voting Church
men's Guild meets every Sunday evening.
M. K. CIIUKCH.
Rkv. L. S. Smith, Pastor. Class meeting.
0::K a. m. Kejrnlar Sunday inornintr service. 1::
a. in. Kf-rular Sunday vveiiinj; service. 7;1." p.m.
Sunday school, I2:m m. Epwortli League prayer
rmectiiu. Sunday, C:M p. in. Prayer ineeti'ni:.
Thursilay evening at 7::. Teachers nteetiiiir.
Thurxlav evening at Cot taue prayer meet-
inr. Friday evening at 7:;. Meeting f the
ollicial hoard, lirt Monday evening of each
month. .1. YV. Wilttnmr Siierintciideiit tf Sun
daschool; Melvin A. Chae. President Epwortli
League; Mrs. Prof. 1 D. Kedd, Organist.
1TKST I'K ES11 YTE K I A X CIIUKCH.
YY. o. Lattimork. Pastor. Regular Sunday
murniuu service, lo::. Keuu!ar Sunday eveii
in' service. 7:. Sahhath scliiml. l':oo. Junior
Endeavor Society, r:f p. in. Senior Endeavor
Society. i".:no p. in. Prayer meeting every Thurs
day evcn'mir at 7:."?. Yoimu Ladies' Auxiliary
So iety, Monday evening. Ladies' Society, every
Friday afternoon. Ladies' Missionary Society,
lirt Wednesday in each month. Choir meeting,
Saturday eveiiiux. .lohn NY. Parks, S'.iperin
tendent'ot" Sunday school; Mrs. W. P. Outcalt,
Kkv. .1. Kotiiknhkrcf.r. Pa-tir. Keuu!ar
Sunday morning service. H:i Keuular Sunday
evening services, 7:m. Prayer meeting and
Teachers' meeting every Wednesday evening.
;tt7:'W. Sunday si hool at ü:: a. in. Christian
Kndeaver prayer meeting. Sunday at '.:1" p. in.
H.H. I il'hie, 'Superintendent of Sunday school;
YV. S. Seider. Aistant Suieriiiteiiient of Si;n
day school; Ali.-s Edith I!mii r and Mrs. Dihhle,
U. II. CIIUKCH.
Kkv. . l Lamms, Pastor Class meetlii;
every Sumlav at '.:; a. m. Preaching every
Sunday at lo :": a. in. Sal-hath school at l':oo m".
Y. 1'. C. U. every Sunday :tt i;: p.m. Urea h
ing. Sunday at 7:" p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs
lay at 7:nn p. m. Teachers' meeting Saturday at
7:i . l.i- 1 Jit lies' Aid Stwiety meets every Wed
nesday at 2:i p in.
Hansen's music house.
Finest Early June Feas at II. & II.
Christmas goods at Tanner's.
Hoosier Foet 81 at Tanner's.
C. Firestone for blankets and robes.
Visiting cards printed at this ollicc.
Snyder's catsup cheap, at the AVhen.
Miss Carrie Pfender is slightly better.
II. Vangilder was in Argosthis -week.
Portfolio of the World's Photograph.
The choicest of all bread at Hill's Uak
Frank Nicols returned home on Fri
day. Go to Peter Stegman for boots and
Ilmze Dill pickles, for sale at the
Quinn's Cough Syrup free at G. IJlain
Call and see C. Firestone's line of
Durkey's salid dressing cheap at the
Mince meat 5 cents per box at the
Get the best Young Hyson Tea of
At the When, smoking tobacco 20 est
Canned corn 61 per dozen, at W. E
Twenty pound bulk starch for $ltat
the AVhen. -
Twenty pounds of oysters for 81 at
Chase & Sanborn coffees and teas, at
All kinds of harness repairing at C.
Contentment may mean happiness
but we notice that the happiest kind of
contented folks are always those who
have plenty of good things to be con
Get your sheet music at Hansen's
First grade leaf lard, at F. II. Kuhn
Save money by dealing Yvith J. A'.
Ast ley & Son.
John A'. Ast ley is remodeling part of
This paper from now until Jan. 1st
1SW, for j? 1.50.
Don't forget our Orange Pekoe Mix
ed tea. 11. & II.
Harness of all kinds at the right price
at C. Firestone's.
Twenty pounds butter crackers for
81, at the AVhen.
5c for popular sheet music, at Han
sen's music house.
G. G. Love is repainting Peter Steg
mann's shoe store.
Four pounds of light or dark fine cut
at the AVhen for 81.
The Professor cigar is a good smoke.
Found at the AVhen.
C. AV. Fenny has the finest photograph
gallery in the county.
Say, we have fancy cups and saucers
cheap, at the AVhen.
The finest Dilliard parlors in the city
at 103, Mich, street.
See those celluloid and plush goods at
Tanner's drug store
The editor took in Twin Lakes and
vicinity Tuesday last.
Leave orders with Fred. II. Kuhn for
leal lard for family use.
X. A. Stevens went to Chicago on a
business trip Tuesday.
AVe print everything from a visiting
card to a full sheet poster.
Look through our columns before you
buy your holiday goods.
Mr. Strosnyder, of llion, did business
in Plymouth, AVednesday.
Prepared French mustard 10 cts per
pint, at AV. E. Leonard's. '
(J. (J. Love is smiling: Cause a new
girl baby early this week.
AVhitlock for cistern pumps and the
magic washing machine.
Choice cigars and the finest brands of
tobacco at 103 Mich., street
State Seal cigar and Fve Republics
are sellers, at the When.
The Hoard of commissioners adjourn
ed AVednesday evening.
Place your order for line leaf lard at
once with Fred. II. Kuhn.
8 loaves of the choicest bread at AV.
AV. Hill,s bakery for 25 cents.
If you wish to pass a pleasant hour
drop in at 103 Mich street.
Hargains in music and musical instru
ment, at Hansen's music house.
P. M. Xogle, of ttourbon, did business
in Plymouth Saturday.
J. F. Trobridge celebrated his sixty
second birthday on Monday last.
Mrs. AV. Miller of Chicago is, visiting
Mrs, Ida DeLoney in this city.
Hanson, the music dealer will move
into other quarters January first.
Fred Kuhn has another pet in the
form of a" boil on Ids forehead.
Quinn's Cough Syrup is what you
need. It's free at G. IMain S: Co.
AV. C. Gordon, trustee of AValnut
township, was in the city Monday.
Hansen's orchestra gives a grand con
cert and ball at Uremen tonight.
The Plymouth AVagon factory com
menced work Monday morning.
Try Quinn's Cough Syrup for colds
and coughs. Free, at G. IJlain & Co.
John Miller, of Hourbon, spent Sun
day in Plymouth with his best friend.
AVe will send the Iniiti:nii:nt from
this date, until Jan 1st 181HJ for 81.50.
Th Model presents new ideas to the
Ixii:ri:xDi'NT readers this week.
GotoAV. AV. Hill's bakery for bulk
vsters. 30 cents a quart, solid meats.
A little bit out of the way but it will
pay you to call on J. A Astley & Son.
Allman, the hustling clothier has an
eye to business. Head his ad carefully.
(Jet a chain and lock for your bicycle
at J. A Astley & Son's, LaPorte Street.
Fred AVentsel and Armo Cleveland
are clerking at the Peoples drug store.
Hanson's orchestra furnished music
lor "The liurglar" last Saturday night.
Prompt service, good quality of meats
and quick delivery, is Kershaw's motto.
Louie Gabbart and wife, of Argos,
spent Sunday in Plymouth with friends.
For lire, cyclone, gasoline and wind
storm insurance call on Moltcr's agency.
AVe will not be undersold on anything
in the grocery line. Ed. S. Hogarth &
Attention is called this week to the
advertisement of (Jus AVolf, the cloth
ier. Mr. Julius Krimmel, of Ft. AVayne,
Ind.. was a caller at this office AVednes
day. 8 full weight loaves of finest bread
for 25 cents is AV. AV. Hill's standard of.
Dr. Aplcox, of Chicago, speaks to
you through the Inijepedent this
Jack Foley was arrested on a warrant
sworn out by his wife Lena, charged
with stealing forty dollars. Justice
Iteeve bound him over to the next
term of court, and in default of 82(H)
bonds he was taken to jail Saturday
For the finest class of meats at the
right prices, go to Kershaw's meat mar
ket. Mr. Simons sr., of Simons & Sons,
Argos, did business in Plymouth Mon
day. Joe Eich, the plummer. did a job of
tin work for ex sheriff .Terrell last
A remedy for all coughs and colds, at
Plain's drug store Quinn's Cough
Popular music for Christmas presents
at wholesale prices at Hansen's music
Keep you eye on Tanner's drug store.
His Christmas goods are beginning to
You want Christmas presents for
your children, go to Hansen's music
Get a cake of the Lamb's wool toilet
soap for live cents at Shadle & Pey
nolds'. C. AV. Kibler, of Xew AVashington,
Ohio, was in town on a business trip
The Independent will be sent post
paid to any roint in the United States
Mrs. P. A'anDien and son, of Poches
ter, are visiting with Mrs. F. M. Orr in
Jaby portraits are a specialty with C.
AV. Penny. Corner Michigan and Gar
Dr. Fred Purkett of AVarsaw, is assis
ing Dr. F. M. liurkett the dentist, for a
See the Milford suction sweeper at II.
. AVhitlock's, it beats the world for
James Fribly, of Pourbon. was in
Plymouth a short time between trains,
The latest faces of scrip at this ollice.
Just the thing for visiting cards and
Mrs. T. A. Horton is still very sick
and very little hopes is entertained of
No. 35 cigars has been sold ten years
at the AVhen Grocery, and they are the
No. 3'.2 cigar is a union and a good
smoker. A home made cigar and sold
at the AVhen.
A number of our young people at
tended the dance given at Uremen last
Orders taken now for line choice leaf
lard for family use, at Fred II. Kuhn's
Dry Vi inch wood delivered 82,50 per
double cord or 8l,'0 on the ground. See
Chas. E. Croup.
llev. Grob, of Uourbon township, oc
cupied the pulpit at the Lutheran
Chase & Sanborn nioca and java cof
fee is a good clear drink. Nothing bet
ter, at the AVhen.
AVill be able to take a few more pu
pils in music after Christmas. Hansen
the music dealer.
For Singer sewing machines on easv
terms or for cash, go to 1. Quinlan,
agent, PI mouth.
The A'andaha rail road is making
some badly needed side walk repairs on
its depot grounds.
(Jet the AVheeler and AVilson, best
sewing machine in the world, at Han
sen's music house.
Hansen's orchestra can be engaged
for all occasions. Leave orders at Han
sen's music house.
AVatch for the announcement next
week for the greatest offer ever made
by a weekly paper.
Instantaneous photos taken by C. AV.
Penny. Insure successful results with
Felt boots and winter foot wear for
every one cheap for cash, at the Cash
Uoot and Shoe Store.
J. AV. lies:-, the druggist speaks to
you through the coulmns of the Inde
pendent this week.
Amos Friend, of Purr Oak, went to
Mishawauka to settle the affairs of his
late son Lewis's estate.
L. A. Kloepfer wishes to announce to
his many customers, that his store will
be closed Christmas day.
The best and most serviceable sewing
machine, is the Singer. Call on P. Quin
lan for prices and terms.
A. U. AVickizer, the furniture dealer
and undertaker, of Argos, was in the
city Monday on business.
A'iolins, Guitars, Mandolins, harps
and all musical instrument at cost price
at Hansen's music house.
The celebrated Everett piano and the
Estey organ for cash or easy payments
at Hansen's music house.
The people's party will form a club at
Argos this evening, several people from
Plymouth in attendance.
Give us your subscription. AVe give
reduced rates for any journal or maga
zine of note in the world.
If Plymouth don't enjoy a boom in
the building of residences next spring
we greatly miss our guess.
Dr. Jackson made a business trip to
Michigan last week and has formed a
partnership for the purpose of supply
ing physicians with an apron of his in
vention. F. E. McXary V, Co.. is the
name of the firm. Part of the business
will be transacted here.
M. AVilson, of the firm of AVilson,
Humphries V. Co.,Ttf Logansport was in
the city Friday on business.
For fine tone, good action and dura
bility a Star piano is the best. AV. D.
Lillybridge handles the ''Star."
John Fogle and wife attended the
dance at Uremen, given by Hanson's
orchestra last Friday evening.
Take advantage of the offer given for
the Independent. Thirteen months
of a good local paper for 81.50.
If you want to get a good organ, call
and see the AVestern Cottage Organ at
P. Quinlan's agency, Plymouth.-
Mr. Pobert Unger of Chicago has
been the guest of the Independent of
fice several days the past week.
This is to remind you that the "Star"
pianos is the best value ever offered in a
piano sold by AV. 1). Lillybridge.
Forty bars soap for 81, thirty bars 75
cents, twenty bars 50 cents, ten bars for
25 cents. For sale at the AVhen.
The Altar Guild of the St. Thomas
church meets at Mrs. Laura Capron
next Monday evening at 7 o'clock.
For anything in white granite dish
ware, go to AV. E. Leonard's. Prices
lower than any one else in town.
See 1 Jerry & Son's 'arge stock of the lat
est material for fall and winter suits
and overcoats at the right prices.
Everything in the music line has got
to be sold before January 1st regardless
of price at Hansen's music house.
The Cash Uoot and Shoe Store on
Michigan street, carries at all times a
full line of foot wear of all kinds.
For first-class boot and shoe repairing
at moderate prices, go to the Cash Hoot
and Shoe Store on Michigan street.
Miss Anna Shoemaker went to Mon
teroy, Indiana, Thursday, to visit a
day or two with relatives and friends.
Mrs. John Späth, of Valparaiso, is
visiting her son-in law, (leorge If. Kruy-
er in this city with a view of locating
C. L.. Morris will soon put a new boil
er into his saw mill and has built sever
al large additions to the property this
The young people of the U. U. church
held a social at the residence of Mr.
Henry Aukerman Friday night of last
Get one of the Gregory patent stove
pipe holding collar and keep your stove
pipe in place. Go to AVhitlock's and
Latest style, perfect lit, fine work
menship, at prices to suit the times.
Uerry A: Son, merchant tailors, La Porte
Frank AVagoner of Kewaunee, was a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Anderstin, on
Tuesday and returned home Thursday
Mrs. A. L. Thompson is about to erect
a comfortable residence property on the
lot adjoining her home near the A'an-
Go to J. V. Astley S: Son's for hard
ware, tools, implements, paints, oils,
stoves and tinware at prices to match
the hard times.
AVe can secure any magazine or pa
per published ill the I inted states for
you cheaper than you can secure it
from the publisher.
Dr. AVilcox of the Chicago eye Insti
tute has references from the best .peo
ple of A'alparaiso. See them in the next
issue, also time of visit.
Considerable talk of a holiday mas
qurade ball is being indulged in by our
terpsicorean friends. Masked balls are
always enjoyable events.
D. A.Snyder was in AVinnimac last
week where he, together with a Mr.
Uallman of Knox, contemplates going
into the lumber business.
Uall & Carabin knowing the feasibili
ty of printers' ink, place before you
some choice bargains that you should
not fail to take advantage of.
The nine year old son of Mr. Fred
Zimmerman, who lives six miles north
east of Plymouth had the misfortune to
dislocate Iiis left elbow Tuesday.
Mrs. Katie Harzoz, of Mishawauka,
arrived in Plymouth AVednesday, and
will spend several days visiting with
her brother Joseph Eich and family.
New Home sewing machines always
on hand. The best machine on the mar
ket. Gives the least trouble. A'e sell
them from 820 up, at A. AV. Lillybridge.
The Ladies of the Lutheran church
gathered in numbers at the residence
of John Hoham, Tuesday evening, in
honor of Mrs. Hoham's 48th birth day
If "common sense is the gift of heav
en'' as the proverb goes, there are some
men we know of, who had no occasion
to be thankful to heaven for favors this
last legal holiday.
Shadel & Peynolds are selling Gra
ham's Lamb's wool toilet soap for live
cents a cake. This is undoubtedly the
finest toilet soap on the market and is
the cheapest ever known.
For several days the past week the
Independent oljce has been in a state
of chaos, and demoralization. The
reason of this condition has been the
placing in position a new engine. The
work has been accomplished, and now
wo are prepared to do all kinds of work
as cheap as the cheapest. Are extend a
cordial invitation to all t call at our of
fice and see how we are arranged to
The A'andalia people have put large
lamps on each end of their depot. It
was high time this was done for they
were sadly needed. It is too bad that
they are not electric lights.
In attracting the attention of the
reading public, a merchant always tells
what he will do and receives the bene
fit. It is thus with Lauer A; Son. Head
their advertisement and then act.
The following marriage licenses were
issued this week. AVilliam Davis, Mary
Hash; Calvin E. Travis. A'innie A'iola
Myers; Peter F. AValsh, Mollie Holling
er; Pichard Chart, Cora O. Deagle.
Dr. AVilcox, of Chicago, an eye special
ist will soon visit Plymouth. As an
eye doctor his reputation is beyond re
fute. Those who are troubled with any
disease of the eye will do well to call on
A special invitation is extended to
teachers, Sunday school superintend
ents and families to call and examine my
large stock of fancy candies, fruits and
nuts now on exhibition at the fruit
Lillybridge handles the Far
rand & A'orty, and II. Lahn organs,
New Home sewing machine, and the
Starr piano, all new, no second hand
goods, all at astonishing low prices.
Give him a call.
A. A. IJabcock sold his livery and feed
barn business to Milton Gulling, who
took possession on Monday. Mr. Gull
ing is well known in this county, is an
experienced horseman, and deserves
success in his new venture.
New books for young and old. Chil.
drens books, toy books. The standard
authors of the day. TJooks for the li
brary of the rich and the homes of the
poor. Poems and modern literature, to
suital 1 at the Peoples drug store.
Anybody that makes up their mind
to buy the Starr piano, one of the best
in the world, is almost sure to get the
&'jÖ sewing machine. There a bar
gain awaiting some thoughtful money
saving man. Lillybridge handles the
An exchange observes, "that widows
are always favorites with men." There
are some big chunks of truth in this A
man may abuse his wife every day of
her life, but as soon as she becomes a
widow he never looks cross at her
The Grand Jury will meet here on
AVednesday, Dec. l'.Uh.. It is composed
of the following gentlemen. George
Seymour, David M. Klinger, and AVm.
McKinney, of Uourbon, J. A. Cum
mins, of Center, A. D. Schräm and J.
Devine of Folk.
All parties interested in the building
of the Fnited Urethern church of this
city, are requested to be present at the
morning service next Sunday, as the
Kev. O. F. Landis will make a state
ment of the financial condition of the
There are plenty of men to be found
now a days who think themselves great
and talented and influential. It is a
pity that all these qualities of mind ami
morals are actually without foundation
other than the opinion of the per
Geo. H. Kruyer and wife vert called
"o A'alparaiso by the death of Mrs.
Kruyer's brother. The deceased Louis
Späth, was 21 years of age, and had
been suffering from consumption. The
funeral was held from the Menites
church, on Tuesday.
As we go to press, we learn of the
death of Jerome U. Thompson, which
occurred yesterday afternoon. The
funeral services will be held from the
Methodist church, this city, Sunday at
12:30. Extended notice of his death
will appear next week.
Elsie Thoniburg held an auction sale
on his farm on Tuesday. A large num
ber of agricultural implements and
many head of fine stock were sold, the
prices were only moderate. A great
many farmers attended the sale but the
bidding was not very brisk.
AVith the addition of the three I rail
road, South Uend undoubtedly posses
ses the best rail road facilities of any
city in the state outside of Indianapolis.
That city, also, lias bright prospects for
another rail road from the north, a pub
lic park and a public library.
The window decorations seen in
Plymouth, the artistic work of J. 1J.
Astley, of the Independent office, are
attracting a great deal of attention and
words of admiration. Mr. Astley is a
natural artist, and his ability is becom
ing well known in this vicinity.
The ladies of the United Urethren
church will give a ten cent supper at
the residence of Mrs. Galloway, Friday
night of this week. A good time is ex
pected and everybody invited to attend
The money raised will go toward paying
off the indebtedness of the church.
A newspaper man is in some instan
ces like other people. He respects his
friends, appreciates a kindness and is
always willing to return a favor. In
another respect he resembles his fellow
men. He will not continue to pat a
man on the back, tell what a good man
he is and how much good he has done
for the people and give him a free puff
every day, when the man will not
through prejudice or otherwise, recipro
cate in a business way. In other words,
lu stands by the man that stands by
him. That is about the way of the
world, and newspaper men can't be ex
peeled to do so much different from
Ilornicks and George Gerard while
hunting at Maxenkuckee last week,
killed several ducks of a specie never
seen in this neighborhood before. Judg
ing from their heavy and peculiar col
ored plumage it is probable they are
part of some Hock from Canada or the
The three 1 railroad is now construct
ed into South Uend. Plymouth might
have had it by a donation, which would
soon have been paid back in taxes, but
she failed to take the proper view of the
situation. South Uend will get consid
erable trade which otherwise would have
come to Plymouth.
A certain demure little miss, who
stands high in Sunday school, and is
well posted in biblical knowledge, when
asked by a representative of the Hu
mane society why it was wrong to trim
a dog's eats and "thick" a horses' tail
replied," what God has joined together
let no man put asunder."
AV. J. Penner of Argos, was in the
city a few hours AVednesday, on his way
to Uremen, where he, together with the
viewers from Kosciusko and St. Joseph
counties, and Messrs. North and .Weis
ert, of this county, begin the view of
another twenty mile ditch affecting
lands in the counties mentioned.
Postmaster J. C. Jilson has issued a
notice as follows: On and after the
17th, the hours of opening and closing
the general delivery will be from Nov.
1st to Aprillst open from 8 a, m. until
7:30 p. m., April 1st. to Nov 1st. open
from 7,30 a. m. to 7:30 p. in. Sundays
open from to 10 a. m., Sundays mail
will be made up at 5 p. m.
The latest songs:
"Linger Longer Looosie,"
"The Sweetest Story Ever Told."
"1 Don't AVant to Play in Your Yard.'
"In the Twilight."
If you don't want to be behind the
times get those songs. You can get
them at half the regular price at Han
sen's Music Store.
AVilliam. Southerly plead guilty on
AVedesday before justice Peeve to the
charge of assault and battery and was
fined one dollar and cost, 8'.',55 in all.
Nelson Lowery plead not guilty to a
similar charge and was acquitted. The
trouble grew out of a light between the
two men, which took place on LaPorte
street on Sunday between 12 and 1 a. m.
J. AV. S. Clark, who clerks at Hess'
drug store, has been unfortunate enough
to have hail his dog either stolen or it
i has st raved awav. lie is verv desirous
to have it returned, and if any one see
ing this local will read his reward an
nouncement in another column, they
may be able to give Mr. Clark some in
formation. A'alparaiso Morning Mar Dec. 11th.
Dr. Wilcox of the Chicago eye Insti
tute has the best wishes of hundreds of
A'alparaiso's bst citizens who have call
ed on him during his visit here. His
treatment for the relief of the eyes and
his phenominal system of combination
glasses an marvelous and will be wel-
comed whenever he returns to the city.
Get a new sewing machine. It makes
a handsome holiday present. Get them
as early as possible as the New Home
company is very slow filling orders
owing to the great demand for the ma
chine at this season of the year. They
J are being sold cheaper now on account
ol the amount going out. lhmk of it,
only 820 for a machine, warranted live
vears. Go to Lillvbridge.
As the Holiday approaches, a great
many people desires to subscribe for
AVe are prepared to give special rates
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