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PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1894.
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AND THIS IS OUR
WE INTEND TO MAKE ALL OF OUR
BY MAKING SPECIAL
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2 Cases .Host Standard Dark Dress Prints, ;lc per yard,
Best double fold Scotch Ginghams at Ge per yard,
About KXX) yards of 1 yard wide Henriettas and Fancy
Wool Dress Goods at 15c per yard.
A lot of double width 54 inch Dress Flannel at 42c pr. yd.
All Wool Ked Blankets at 81.98.
Children's Fleeced Hose, black, at 10c per pair.
The balance of our All Wool 40 inch Skirts for 09c each.
All Wool Shirting Flannels at 20c.
2 bales of L. L. iluslin at 4c.
Henderson A Muslin at 5c, worth Tc per yard.
Canton Flannels at 5, 7 and 8c pr. yd., worth much more.
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nderwear will be Sold Regardless of Cost
! Our best 50c and GOV All Wool Henriettas and Serges at
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Our very best silk finish German Henriettas, G5c pr. yd.
All our Silks and Velvets at cost.
The balance of our Cloaks at Manufacturers' Prices.
All our Shawls at less than cost.
Best all wool Carpets at only 48c per yard.
Extra C. C. Carpet at 39c.
Our 40c Carpet at 30c.
Our 30c Carpet at 25c.
Portiers and Window Shades at greatly reduced prices.
ON SALE IN OUR I jätest and cheapest lot of Dolls, you ever saw.
I The largest line of Picture Hooks you ever dreamed of.
5 antl 10 Ceilt ,SÜS """J f5owls-:tl'-' at very low. prices.
8 loys and Ciames or every description at lower prices
than you ever heard of.
We intend to do all these things and lots more during the Red Letter Month
Closing Out Sales, Bankrupt Sales and the like will all be
by this sale of all the new and salable merchandise we possess and as usual we will
make this the Banner Month of the Year, as far as sales are concerned.
Profits divided amongst those who attend this gigantic sale. We do not
intend to make a nickel for ourselves. Our aim is to be Popular Among Our
Patrons and unload our enormous stock this month, so we can get money to buy
our next year's goods for Cash.
During this sale we will of course do a Strictly Cash BUSINESS. You can
readily see that selling goods at these prices Must Necessarily Bring- Cash.
Come along, bring your friends and get the benefit of
UNHEARD OF BARGAINS.
There will be a Christmas entertain
ment at Maxinkuckee church Christmas
evening. All cordially invited.
13rnie Meade has the brain fever.
Professor Cravins, of Military college,
died Dec. 4. The remains were taken
to Indianapolis tor interment.
There is a bis revival meeting at Mt.
Hope church, Protestant Methodist.
A. X. Pogardus is building a cottage
on the east side of the lake.
Services at Maxinkuckee church Sun
day morning and evening.
The young people gave Chas. Cline a
surprise at his home. Everyone enjoyed
The majority of the farmers are
through husking corn.
Adam Denisnore has moved on his
father's farm. 'Stüh.'
Farmers are filling their cribs with
The work of dredging the Yellow
river is progressing rapidly. They are
now near the Shafer bridge.
Miss Susie Kaufman, of Plymouth,
visited friends and relatives at this
place last week.
Porn to Henry Potset and wife, Mon
day, Dec. 3rd, a son.
Preparations are being made to have
Christmas exercises at the Mt. Olive
A few young people met at Andrew
Snider's last Saturday night, and spent
a pleasant evening. An oyster supper
was served about 10 o'clock.
Last Sunday while playing with other
boys, Fred Zimmerman, a nine-year-old
son of Frederick Zimmerman, fell on
his arm and dislocated Iiis elbow joint.
Dr. Jackson, of Plymouth, adjusted the
(ieorge Fletcher returned from White
Pigeon, Mich., Wednesday.
Hornix was over at Thomburg's sale
Mr. Frank Srnythe went to Chicago,
A large number of ducks on Maxen
kuckee lake now.
There will be a big trap shooting
tournament at Marmont, in the near
Nathaniel (landy the elHcient mar
shal has been working on the roads this
week. They need it bad enough too.
II. II. Culver and wife arrived at their
cottage, from St. Louis, Monday.
M. K. (Jam returned from Missouri
Steve Chadwick is better and able to
be out again.
Jim Miller, of Plymouth, went
through Marmont Tuesday, on his way
to Delong on business.
They say that O. P. Porter knows a
decoy from a live duck now,
Dr. Phelps, of Ft. Wayne, is in Argos
for a few days only.
( abbert & Son are preparing for a
line display Christmas.
Miss Metta Peed, of Tiosa, is visiting
friends here for a few days.
Walter Chapman is working for C. Z.
Powe, the "Argos Jeweler."
The day dawned Wednesday, with
the first snow for over a month.
There was a dance given Thursday
night, for the benefit of the poor.
Mr. Frank Pearson, of Indianapolis,
Sundayed in Argos, with friends.
Mrs. Paxter, of Pochester, called on
friends here for a few hours Monday.
The business men are contemplating
building a new hotel in the near
Misses Liza Pichards, Sally Prazel
ton and Lyda (lorden were in Plymouth
Mr. P. Vangilder was down Monday
and Tuesday, looking up the interest of
Miss Fay Peeber returned home
Monday from a two week's visit with
friends in Fulton county.
The Argos social club held their card
party with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Alleman,
last Thursday evening.
The peoples' party are preparing to
organize a club to-night, in Jacob
Deveny hall of this place, all are invited
Miss Tim Dunham, of Plymouth,
who has been employed by Miss Clara
Allen, for the past three months, return
ed home yesterday.
The Knights of Maccabees are gain
ing strength every week. When organ
ized they numbered twenty and now
they number between 23 and 30. For a
beneficial order we think there is none
Miss Mary Alice, sister of Thomas
Taber, died at Plymouth, Friday, Dec.
7, and was buried Sunday at 2:30, at the
Oak Hill cemetery at Plymouth.
Mr. Pert Hisey, leaves for the south
to-day, with a partner, both of whom
will supply the country abroad with
sign writing and etc. We wish them
Several of our neighbors have traded
for farms in "Wisconsin near, Parrien.
Farmers are about through corn
husking, hog killing takes the lead at
Our enterprising elevator men have
purchased a large steam corn sheller.
They know the wants of the people.
Our debating and literary society of
No. (J, which meets Thursday evening
each week, is a great success, and is
meeting with favor by those who at
tend. Our esteemed friend and neighbor
Jerome Thompson, still remains with
us, but we understand that he is desir
ous of leaving this earth and earthly
things, as there is no hopes of his recov
ery. The great fox hunt which was billed
so extensively by the Plack and Tan
sporting club, drew a large crowd of
men, most of them going away badly
disapointed. The club purchased a pet
fox for the chase, he was taken to the
east end of the village and turned loose.
He being a pet did not care to run, so
they took the most popular dog, placed
upon his face a base ball masque, or
muzzle, started him after the fox. At
first the fox refused to run, finally he
started for the road, followed it for a
quarter of a mile, then took to the
woods, which was the last glimps of
Mr. fox the sports were favored with.
Amos Friend visited his daughter,
Mrs. Aley' of Knox, Sunday.
Miss Ella Parr of Argos, visited her
sister Mrs. G. A. Maxey, of this city.
Dr. F. II. Snyder gave a bountiful
Thanksgiving dinner to a few of his
friends. They had a musical, and gen
eral good time.
(Jus Shierman, traveling salesman
for A. C. Trentman, of Ft. Wayne, Vis
ite our merchants Thursday.
Pev. Ilardsock of near Hamlet,
preached a rousing sermon to the citi
zens of Purr Oak and vicinity last Sun
day. William Aley, our correspondent at
Stony Island, visited with his parents
Ida Perry after an extended visist
with her sister returned to her home in
Marion F. Triplet is the father of a
bouncing baby boy.
Pitt a Thornburg resigned her position
as house maid at gran pa Carvers last
Miss Mat Mowery is visiting with
her friend O. P. Miller.
The Evangelical church was sold to
the Wesleyan Methodists, on Thursday
Nettie Thompson, formerly '-(Jarver,"
of Bremen, visited with her grand par
ents one day last week.
The box social at the school house
last PYiday nihgt was quite a success.
Emanuel Burns is repairing his dwell
ing on Union street.
Burr Oak is about to get a saw mill.
Joseph Hahn went to Knox Saturday
John P'riend returned from Mendota,
III. lie says that walking tickets are
not all taken up yet.
Perry (J lger returned to Iiis home in
Yt. Wayne Tuesday.
Jacob Burns visited Plymouth on
One hundred bushels of apples, will
pay market price. Northern Spies pre
f ered. 1 J ex x ktt & J A co x.
If you need a sign painted in any
style, from the smallest show card to the
finest gold sign or the largest banner
Call on J. B. Astley at the Independent
I have in my possession one robe, one
duster, two table spreads and one half
dozen napkins. Supposed to have been
stolen. Any person owning same and
proving property will please call and
pay expenses and get them.