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LOCAL TIME TABLES. PENNSYLVANIA CO. FAST i:OlM TKAINS. 2ü$ a. in. Daily. 5:12 a.m. Daily. 6;(V p. m. Daily. 10-.3T a. in. I aily eept Sunday. :4o p. in. Dail; eeeit Sunday. 7:35 a. in. Local fright, daily except Sunday. WEST l;of M TKAINS. 5:12 a. m. Daily. 9:5." a. in. Daily except Sunday. 1 :r5 p. m. I )aily except Sunday. 6:05i. m. Daily. 7:1." p. m. Daily. 1:25 p. m. Local freight, dailv except Sunday. J. E. DANES. Agent. l'lyniouth, lud. VANDALIA LINE. SOUTH HOUND TRAIN'S. No. 51 G:00 a. m. Iii 10: a. m. Local freight. " 53 12:50 p. in. CI 5:00 a. in. Through freight. NORTH HOUND TRAINS. N'O. 5212:2'. p. m. " co ll;lo p. in. Local freight. ' 5410:08 p. 111. F. IS. II ALK, Agent. l'lyniouth. Ind. LAKE EHIE AND AVESTEliX. NORTH HOUND TRAINS. 12:03 p. m. Daily except Sunday. 6:27 p. in. SOUTH HOUND TRAINS. 9:43 a. m. Daily except Sunday. 12:03 p. in. Iocal. daily except Sunday. 5:40 p. in. Daily except Sundav. C. K. HIOHES. Agent. l'lymouth, lud. CHURCHES. ST. MICHAEL S CATHOLIC CHURCH. Kev. L. A. Mof.xch, Pastor Early Mass, 7:30 a. m.; High Mass, 10 a. in.; Catechecal In struction. 2:30 1. in.; Vesjersf 3 p. m. Mass. every morning. 7:45. C. lt. L. meets first and third Thursday of every mouth. St. .Boniface Society, first Monday of every month. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CIIUKCII. Eev. V. W. Raymond, Hector. Regular Sunday morning service, io:30 a. m. Regular Sunday evening service. 7:00. Regular "Wednes day evening service, 7:oo. Sunday school after morning service, at noon. Ladies' l'arish (iuild meets every Thursday afternoon. Altar Cuild meets every Monday evening. Young Church men's Guild, meets every Sunday evening. M. E. CIIUKCII. IJf.v. L. S. Smith, Tastor. Class meeting. 0:30 a. m. Kegular Sunday morning service. W:3o a. m. Kegular Sunday evening service. 7;1.1 p.m. Sunday school. I2:0o m. Epworth League prayer meeting. Sunday, D:15 p. m. l'rayer meeting, Thursday evening at 7::. Teachers' meeting, Thursday evening at S:30. Cottage prayer meet ing. Friday evening at 7:ao. Meeting of the official board, first Monday evening of each month. .1. V. Wiltfong Superintendent of Sun da school; Melvin A. Chase. President Kpworth League; Mrs. Prof. t D, Kedd, Organist. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. W.O. Lattimork. Tastor. Kegular Sunday morning service, 10:30. Regular Sunday even ing service. 7 :00. Sabbath school. 12:U. Junior Endeavor Society, 5:00 p. in. Senior Endeavor Society, 6:00 p. in. Prayer meeting every Thurs day evening at 7:30. Young lilies' Auxiliary Society, Monday evening. Ladies' Society, every Friday afternoon. Ladies' Missionary Society, first Wednesday in each month. Choir meeting, Saturday evening. John W. Tarks. Superin tendent of Sunday school; Mrs. W. B. Outcalt, Organist. REFORMED CHURCH. Rev. J. Rothenberger, Tastor. Regular Sunday morning service, 10:30 Regular Sunday evening services, 7:00. Prayer meeting and Teachers' meeting every Wednesday evening, at 7:30. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeaver prayer meeting. Sunday at 6:15 p. m. W. H. Seluer. Superintendent of Sunday school; J. C. Howe, Assistant Superintendent of Sun day school; Miss Edith Hoover and Mrs. Dibble, Organists. U. B. CHURCH. Rev. O. F. Laxdis. Tastor. Class meeting every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Treachlng every Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Sabbath school at 12:00 m. Y. P. C. U-. every Sunday at 6:00 p. m. Preach ing. Sunday at 7:0On. m. Prayer meeting Thurs day at 7:00 p. m. Teachers' meeting Saturday at 7:00 p. m. Ladies' Aid Society meets every Wed nesday at 2:00 p. m. LOCAL EVENTS. Miles Nervine free at Blain's. Frog in your throat at Blain's. ' See change in M. Allman's ad. 30 lbs. sugar for SI at the "When. Get the Grandee at 103 cigar store. French peas for sale at the When. Dr. King's cough cure free at BlahVs. 12 cans good corn for 81 at the When. 20 lbs. butter crackers for 81 at the When. Smoking tobacco 19 cents, at 103 cigar ßtore. Knox buckwheat flour for sale at the When. A full ounce of good Ferf umery at Blain's for 25 cts. Miss Abdon went to Lafayette this week to visit friends. Orr's No. 4 condition powder, the or iginal formula, at Blain's. Mr. Chas. Walker, of I lion did busi ness in our city Monday. Fresh crackers every ten days at the LaPorte street bakery. Get a sample bottle of Iloslicke Malted Milk at Blain's, free. The quality of our bread is A 1. LaPorte street bakery. Blain have the original formula for all of Dr. Orr's Prescriptions. Canned corn IK) cents per dozen cans at the LaPorte street bakery. For sale or trade a sixty acre farm. Enquire at Model grocery store. Bissells Exchange changes their ad for your inspection this week. The Grandee is the only 5 ct. Clear Havana cigar on the market. Mr. Jesse Taylor, of Tippecanoe town ship, called at this oflice Monday. More Grandee's sold at J03 cigar store than all other brands combined. - Mr. Chas. Goetz, of South Bend, spent Tuesday in l'lymouth with friends. Others ask 40 cts. for fine cut you can get it for 20 cents at 103 cigar store. Damp salt well mixed into the hair at night and left until morning and then combed out will remove dandruff, and if repeated once or twice a month will keep the scalp in good condition. The finest line of canned goods of all kinds at the LaPorte street bakery. L. A. Kloepfer has a new line of bar gains for his customers. See his add. A fine line of dried fruit just re ceived at the LaPorte street bakery. lleserved seats at the 103 cigar store for the great billiard match Feb. 13. A little bit out of the way but it will pay you to call on J. V. Astley & Son. Wooden bowls, washboards, wash sticks, wooden pails for sale at the When. Mr. V. P. Kirk has opened up a law oflice in the basement of the Sear build ing. John Baugher, of Tyner City, showed his smiling face on our streets Wednes day. Bepresentative M. W. Simons and wife returned to Indianapolis Wednes day. W. D. Lillybridge visited Monterey, Tuesday, in the interest of his organ trade. A second hand sewing machine for sale cheap at Blain's, in good running order. Hansen's orchestra playedforthe en tertainment at the Opera House, Wed nesday night. The Independent oflice has kept the wheels of industry revolving on job work the past week. Wm. Taylor, trustee elect, of Tippeca noe township, transacted business in Plymouth Monday. W. II. Albert, of the Model, presents a few facts to the readers of the Inde pendent this week. See advertisement of C. Davis, who is proprietor of meat market under M. A. Miller's restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Shively, of South Bend, visited a few hours with friends in Plymouth Tuesday. Mr. Hostetler, of Bremen, the teacher ofthe school at that place, made a visit to Plymouth Saturday. Attention is called to the advertise ment of M. A. Miller, which makes its appearance in this issue. Ask Shadel & Reynolds for the "Im perial Sweeper." It is the finest five cent cigar on the market.- "Imperial Sweeper" is the latest and finest five cent cigar on the market. Try one at Shadel & Reynolds. Jas. Beeves who has been sick several days, is once more attending to his du ties at the Vandalia depot. Some people want but little here be low, whire others want the earth, and are mad if they don't get it. Quite a beautiful effect was caused by two pronounced "sun dogs" in the east ern horizen Tuesday morning. For fine tone, good action and dura bility a Star piano is the best. W. D. Lillybridge handles the "Star." A good stove is a necessity. Astley & Son handle the Banner coal oil stove, which are the best on the market. The ambitious merchant who uses printers' ink for his ammunition, never fails to hit the bulls-eye of business. A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Zehner, died last Sunday after a short illness. The funeral was held Tuesday. County Superintendent Fish, who for several days had been indisposed, is once more able to attend to his duties. You will find upon investigation that Shadel & Reynolds prides themselves upon their large line of ladies' pocket books. Mr. W. M. Moore and wife, of Ash land, Ohio, has been visiting several days with their uncle Henry Humric houser. The line of perfumeries handled by Shadel & Reynolds, have no superiors. Their stock is large and of every known variety. Charles Allman, who is in the employ of the Standard Oil Co., at Mankato, Minn., is visiting with his parents in this city. At the opera house Feb. 13th, the bil liard match between Shaffer and Ives. Reserved seat tickets on sale at 103 cigar store. Chas. Shirk, who has been convicted of arson in the circuit court at Warsaw, was sentenced to the penitentiary for seven years. M. P. Deniston, tiain dispatcher of the Lake Erie railroad, attended to du ties pertaining to his oflice in Plymouth Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hoff returned Fri-! day evening from LaPorte, Ind., where they went to attend the funeral of Mr. HofTs mother. Go to J. V. Astley & Son's for hard ware, tools, implements, paints, oiis, stoves and tinware at prices to match the hard times. All those interested in a fine billiard match, should not fail to see the cham pions Shaffer and Ives, at the opera house Feb. 13th. I can sell a few loads of the finest Timothy hay at 810, and clover hay for 88 per ton. C. F. Shadle. Peoples drug store, Plymouth. Yesterday afternoon the sounding of the fire alarm brought out the people in droves. Owing to the misunderstand ing created by the wrong ward being called, the department was somewhat delayed in arriving at the fire. The fire was at the residence of John Fogle, jr., originating from a defective Hue, and was extinguished before the depart ment arrived. The Valpo Star says, "The Cork Man." gave an entertainment in that city Tuesday night and was the best ever seen in that city. . Ceo. Thayer Jr. was confined to the house several days by sickness. He has been able to be out and attend to busi ness since Tuesday. Fred Rock, of Argos, attended to the duties of Agent Hughes, Wednesday, while he attended the funeral of Sena tor Thayer, at Warsaw. Frank Hale, the genial agent of the Vandalia railroad, visited over Sunday with relatives and friends at his old home in Benton Harber. Do not carry your money around loosely in in your pocket, but go to the People's drug store and get a pocket book. All the way from ten cents up. Grandma Klinger has been very ill for several weeks past, and at one time was considered in a precarious condition. She is much improved at laWst reports Mr. W. Tuttle, the photographer has purchased tv 3 stock of goods formerly owned by j. W. Penny, and is now lo cated in the Packards block over First National bank. It is stated that if kerosene is applied to frozen fingers, ears, etc., they will be restored to their natural state, and no after soreness or swelling follow the se vere freezing. Mr. Ed. Kleinschmidt, of Logan, O., has been a visitor with his brother, Geo. Kleinschmidt, of this city. Mr. Klein schmidt intends to make Marion, O., his future home. II. G. Thayer and wife, their daughter Miss Angie, G. II. Thayer, Jr. and Jas W.Thayer, attended the funeral of their deceased relative, J. D. Thayer, at War saw Wednesday. The Stormy Point Glee Club will be on hand to entertain the people with their excellent music at the Farmers' Institute, on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 4th and 5th. Here is a good recipe for the house wife. If your knives are rusty, to re move it, cover the blade with sweet oil for a day or two, and then rub with a lump of fresh lime. There are few things more tantalizing to a man, than to go home with some thing on his mind to scold about, and find company there to whom he is com pelled to be agreeable. At the People's drug store, you can find in the line of brushes, anything from a tooth brush to the finest hair brush. These are essential articles in a well regulated household. Mr. Geo. A. Kleinschmidt, in company with his brother Ed., went to Chicago this week to purchase goods for the spring trade. Mr. Kleinschmidt is pre paring for an early trade. Mr. C. Moore and wife, of Kansas City, who have been visiting relatives and friends in Plymouth some time, returned to their home via the Vandalia line Saturday of last week. Mr. Yarian, of Locke township, while cutting wood last Monday, was struck on the head by a falling tree and in stantly killed. Mr. Yarian was an old soldier and past 54 years of age. Itev Brookes, of Rochester, has been assisting Rev. Smith, of the M. E. church this week in the revival services. The interest has been very pronounced and marked with a number of converts. It would not be a bad policy for our marshal to take charge of some of the horses left tied on our street at a late hour, without a blanket. It might be a good lesson to some thoughtless owner. Frank Biddle, a brakeman in the em ploy of the Vandalia railroad, while switching in the yard here one day this week, had the misfortune of severely spraining his ankle. He will be laid up for sometime. Bowell & Lamson, proprietors of the Ross House, are runing that establish ment along metropolitan lines. They are fixing up their toilet rooms, placing bath tubs on each floor, and otherwise beautifying the premises. T. J. Legg, of Logansport, was in our town from Thursday to Friday of last week. He is high chief ranger, of the Indiana state court, of Foresters, and as such met with the Plymouth court in the evening of the 24th inst. "Cleanliness is next to goodliness," we are told, and when we desire to fol low out this idea, we must determine what to use to give the desired effect. Lamb's Wool Oil Soap is the peer, and is sold by Shadel & Reynolds. We have been favored with a great number of pleasant and friendly calls this week. The Independent still finds scores of admirers who show their appreciation by tending us their sub scriptions. Still there is room. Mrs. F. W. Sievers, sister of Mrs. W. F. Young, returned from Chicago Sat urday. She has been in the city some time receiving instructions in the Mc Donnell garment cutting school, from which establishment she graduated last week. A bill will be introduced into the leg islature, for the incorporation of a side rank in connection with the Knights of Pythias, to be known as the "Order of the Kabba." This is to take the place of the side order known as the "Ori ental There is no doubt that this new ; addition will be accepted readily by a great many knights. IJut a great many K. of Vs. do not believe in this side rank, owing to the fact that there is no higher rank in Pythianism, than that of a knight. Married At the pleasant home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Miller, of Beinen, Ind.. on .Ian. 30, Miss Sadie their youngest daughter, to a Mr. Willam Engels. The wedclincr was a very pleasant affair. The young couple have the best wishes of many friends. Train No. 22, of the Lake Erie, which is due here at 5:27 p. in., became snow bound between LaPorte and Michigan City Saturday night last. After con siderable work the train was released, arriving in Michigan City late Sunday morning. Messrs. O. F. Ketcham, J. C. Jilson, Theodore Cressner, B. C. South worth, C. R. Hughes and J. X. Wilson, mem bers of the Plymouth Commander- of Knights Templars here, went to War saw, Wednesday to attend the funeral of Hon. J. 1). Thayer. The new firm of Walls Sc Underwood, are prepairing to do a large business in the byciclelme. They have commenced the erection of an addition to the build ing already occupied by them on Center street, and soon will be in position to push their work rapidly. John W. Norton, manager of the St. Louis Grand Opera house, who was killed in the wreck on the Vandalia line at Coatesville, this state, was the man who took great interest in Mary Anderson, and brought her into such prominence in the theatrical world. Rev. Henry Gardner, of Kokomo, Ind., will hold service at the Presbyterian church, of Plymouth, Sunday morning and evening at the usual hours. Mr. Gardner comes recomended by a former Plymothite, and we believe those who attend the service will be well enter tained. Dills are out announcing the ten round glove contest between Chas.Weit sel, of grovertown, and Fred (ireenburg, of Peru. This match will be held at the opera house, on the evening of Feb ruary 12. The admission will be 81.00 reserved seats 81.50. Tickets on sale at the 103 cigar store. T- B. Terry, of Hudson, Ohio, who will address the farmers of Marshall county on the 4th and 5th of February, has no superior as an interesting talker on farm matters, be sure to hear him. The same may be said of Cal Hussel man, of Auburn, Ind. Don't be late or you may miss a good thing. New Home sewing machines always on hand. The best machine on the mar ket-. Gives the least trouble. We sell them from 820 up, atW. D. Lillybridge sided and being closely connected with the City's interests for over twenty years. The business houses of that place were closed during the funeral services. Mr. John Hansen, our popular music dealer, has at last secured rooms for his music house in the rear of Blain & Co's. drug store. It will be but a short time until Mr. Hansen will once more have a large stock of musical instruments on hand to show his numerous customers. Although Mr. Hansen has no permanent office at present, he still continues to do business, as previous to the fire. The decree announced by the Pope through Bishop Saloli regarding the fane put upon secret societies in this country, is creating quite a stir. In Valpo last Sunday it was read at the St. Paul church, and as a large number of that congregation belong to secret societies the outcome is looked forward to with interest. It is said the members of the K. of Ps. in that city will not obey the decree. Through the efforts of Mr. Louis Mc Donald, of the Democrat, and others, the Andrews Opera Co., will be at the Opera House to-morrow (Saturday) night. It is not necessary to mention the merits of this company to those who have had the pleasure of attending one of their popular entertainments. But to those who have never heard them, we would say: It is one of the best opera companies on the road to-day, and to miss this opportunity, would be to miss a rare treat. The billiard match to be given in the Opera House Feb. 13th, between Shafer and Ives is about conceded to be a fact. It was thought at first that there would not bo a sullicient number interested in this popular game to raise a sullicient amount to guaranteo their appearance here. But at the present time the pros pects are very favorable. To witness a game of billiards of five hundred points by these two gentlemen, is an oppor tunity very rare, and should be taken advantage of. The board of directors of the business men's association met Tuesday evening last at the oflice of Mr. Theodore Cress ner, for the purpose of electing officers to fill the various positions for the en suing year. There were eleven out of fifteen of the board present, and after being called to order proceeded to elect officers. The following are the officers elected: C. T. Mattingly, president; Jo seph Swindell, 1st vice-president; O. G. Soice, 2nd vice-president; L. Tanner, treasurer; O. F. Ketcham, secretery ; Jas. Brink, lt. B. Oglesbee and Joseph Swin dell, corresponding secretaries. After the election of officers, as voiced by the sentiment of the association, a commit tee was appointed to inquire into, and recommend the feasibility of transfer- ingthe businessmen's association into a commercial club. This committee, as soon as possible will report to the asso ciation the decision arrived at. While the board of directors of our association are all good capable men. and aie all willing to work in the harness wherever necessary, it is no doubt a palpable fact that we have an excellent corps of oili cers. We predict for our city a goudlv ! years' work under the leadership of such competent business men. The legitimate schemes that are used to increase the circulation of publica tions, are numerous ami every newspa- per man will accept every possible plan that will, in his estimation, bring forth good results. But we will give the croino to our predecessor at Lemont, 111. He is now offering a box of pills to each new, or paid up subscription, as an in ducement. There is no doubt in the world that he realizes they are in dire need in this community. They need something in that town to cause them to get a move on themselves. Galesburg Mail: Said a well-known farmer: "I never lose any hogs by cholera Some years ago my neighbors hogs were dying all around me, and some of them died at my gate, but not one of mine ever had the disease. The cause of my hogs' exemption from the terrible dis ease was that I mixed soda with their feed two or three times a week. Some times I gave them soda m slops and at other times I wet the corn and rolled it in soda for feeding. This is a sure pre ventative and will keep the hogs in a healthy condition, and I do not fear hog cholera."' 'The Cork Man,' made his appearance at the Opera House Wednesday night, and was greeted with a full house. To attempt to portray the magic effects of Herbert Cawthorn to those who were present would only prove a dismal fail ure. The entire company were excep tionally fine in all characters taken, and the entire evening was tilled with side splitting and ludicrous predicaments. The incidentals were all good, itemizing of which would take to much space. But Cawthorn won the hearts of his audience, and will always secure a hearty reception in Plymouth. With the loss ofthe Chicora still fresh in the minds of the people, comes the report of the loss of the Elbe, a North German Lloyd steamer in the North sea due toacolision by the Steamer Crathie. The report which at present is meager but authentic, gives the loss of life at over three hundred. Twenty minutes after being struck the steamer went to the bottom. After striking the Elbe, the Crathie, according to reports, backed out of her position and proceeded on her way, not even trying to ascertain the amount of damaga done. Such neglect and inhuman actions should be dealt with to the fullest extent of the law. Constable Miles in attempting to make an arrest yesterday forenoon was forced into a foot race. Seeing that the prisoner was gaining on him, he looked up the street for assistance in making the capture. Seeing Dr. Kaszer near by, he called upon him for aid. The doctor was too fleet on foot for the vic tim, having made a successful race last fall for coroner, and after running about two blocks, caught and held him until Constable Miles came up and took him in charge. There is some talk of the Dr. challenging George Grant to a five mile foot race for the championship of Indiana, after making such a record as he did yesterday. In cases of fire it would be advisable to locate the ward in such a manner that the location of the conflagationcan be understood by the department and is one of the important necessities for prompt action. When a fire is discov ered, whether the alarm is given by the whistle or bell, the short, quick, signal should be given to notify the depart ment of their need. A sufliciont time should elapse between the alarm and the point of the fire. When the ward is given, short whistles with a pause, so as to count the number. It is readily understood that in case of a fire prompt action is necessary, but coolness and a proper signal is what wins. There is too much faith put in that injunction of Solomon's so often re peated: "Train up a child in the way it should go." The fact is, too many peo ple are inclined to train in the way the child should not go. Children hae rights the same as men and women; they are entitled to a degree of liberty, enough anyway to give full scope to their individuality, instead of subduing and crushing it into the pre conceived and iron-bound notions of their parents and guardians. There is too much training children down instead of up. It is better to encourage and Ktimulate in the direction which nature and disposi tion shows children to be inclined, rather than to force and cramp entirely according to the will and notion of oth ers. It was rumored this week that while our sheriff was attending to some of his numerous duties, that some unknown person furnished the inmates of the jail with a copious portion of "spirits fru menti." The effect of this article. gave scope to legal lore, and the prison ers decided to form a court and hear the evidence in the case against Rams- bottom, incacerated for rape. After ap pointing the judge and attorneys for the defence and prosecution they proceeded to hear the case. The judge after due deliberation on the evidence taken in, I decided that the i ris-i.er at the bar was ; guilty as charged and sentenced him to ! the penitentiary for twenty-one years. : The prisoner, not as in majority of cases, ; instead of asking for a new trial through i Iiis attorney, j-ulled oil' his coat, and was in the act of clearing out the court, j when Micriff Smith, made his appear- ance and stopped the row. . The new lirm of 1 )!.. ney A: I'ire I stone, have entered into the man- ufaciuring industry, and although m its infancy, will surely make rapid strides toward a large and success ful business. The feature of this manu facture is the making of the Cyclone j Horse Blanket Fastner, the product of the brains of Mr. Deloney. It is the neatest and most sensible piece of work we have ever seen. To realize its benefits is only to be seen by inspection. This firm has purchased necessary ma chinery to push this work and are lo cated in the old pop factory building south of the river. They will employ six or eight hands immediately, mostly girls. We congratulate this young and enterprising firm, and bespeak a success ful future for them. A great many compliments, have been entered against the congregating of boys at the postoffice between twelve and one o'clock. It is not because they assemble there so much, as it is the manner in which they conduct themselves while there. At the time they appear there, the greater number of our business men are getting their mid-day mail. Wednes day last, while the oflice was crowded, and one of the boys present, threw a hand full of pepper upon the red hot stove, causing not only an inconvenience, but suffering to those who had business there. Postmaster Jilson cannot be blamed for being indignant at such be havior, and it is the duty of the proper authorities to see that those annoyances cease at once. This is no place for the boys to stay. But if they do, they should so conduct themselves as not to be des ignated as a nuisance. In what respect is the condition of the average married woman in these days better than a slave? She works year after year, and has a roof over her head, and she is provided with food. So is the slave. She must beg her "master" for a pittance with which to buy cloth ing for herselfand children. The slave's master looks after such wants of his chatties without their asking. She has not freedom or independence. She dare not buy a single article at the store un til she gets the consent of the tyrant whom the civil and sacred law has made her husband. She can in a great many instances, have no will about even her household affairs that her husband might take a notion to object to. She is a slave both in mind and body during his life, and at his death, if she survives him, she cannot, under the unjust laws of nearly every state in this country, dispose of, or sell at her own inclination, the property she has helped to accumu late, nor control her own without em ploying a lawyer and getting a special permit from the court. No wonder the women are striving to promote an inter est in the woman's suffrage movement. The following is the program of the Farmer's Institute for Feb. 4th and 5th: MONDAY. FEBRUARY 4. Morning Session, 10:00 a. in. Music. Prayer Kev. J. I). Allerton, Argof Address of Welcome Mayor Joe Swindell, Plymouth, Kesponse Frank Baker. Bourbon. Shall We Couttnue to Raise Wheat.".... T. B. Terry, Hudson, O. "Wastes on the Farm ".Robert Erwin. Bourbon Afternoon Session, 1 :30 p. ru. Music. The Big 4 Combination on the Farm..... Cat. Husselruan, Auburn, Ind. "Tile and Drainage.". . . Charles Frlbley, Bourbon. Ind. "Clover vs Stable Manure and Treatment of. Clover," T. B. Terry. Hudson, O. Evening Session, 7:30 p. m Music Chll Iren and the Farm." Mrs.H. E. Yorels, Argos Recitation Miss Mertle l'k-kerl. Argos. "The Wife's Share.".. ..T. B. Terr). Hudson, O. Recitation... Master Elmer S.Strang. Walkeiton. Music TUESDAY, FEBRUARY .Y Morning Session, 9: a. m. Music. The Best Acre, Carden and Small Fruits." Cal. llusselman. Auburn. Ind. What Improvements Can 1k Made In Our Com mon School System." C. F. Cooier, Bourlon. "One Way in W hich Many Injure Their Crops." T. B.Terry, Hudson. O. Afternoon Session, 1:30 p. m. Music. "Reports of Committees on Resolutions, Election of officers for the Ensuing Year, and Miscel laneous Riislitss." "How to Breed and Feed for Trout," Cal. llusselman. Auburn, Ind. Recitation Miss Blanch Kline, Maxenkuckee. "Boring With a Big Auger.".... T. B. Terry. Hudson. O. For Sale. One three-year-old mare, weighing about 1,400; one seven-year-old gelding, weight about 1,000, and one yearling colt. Enquire at Fred II. Kuhn's meat market. READ OUR CLUB LIST ON OUR EIGHT PAGE.