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Vol. 7. Jun PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, XOVKMP.ER 22, 1901. No. 50. Ol Mai c mdepeodeetö PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. K. C. STHPIIKXS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office an.I KesUeuee: Koi! s 3.4 ami .1. Molel Block. Kntramv !irt .tairway soiitn of I. o. Night calls at otViee a swerei. Telephone 125. T. A. Boktox. M. 1. N. 15 A 11 x all M. I. Drs. Borton & Aspinall, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Night Calis promptly repoiiKl to. Telephone N ,'. North Hichigan St., PLYMOUTH, IND. DR. A. C. HOLTZENDORFF DR. C. F. "HOLTZENDORFF, PHYSICIANS Su SURGEONS. Corner of Michiau and Jefterson St. Ni-rlit Call anwerel. Telephone 118. L,. D. ELEY. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office: Room 1, Corbin Block. Bes.Iil.ence 'Phone 15.V Oflice Hours: 8 to 1 a. m ; lto3 ami 7 and S p.m. Calls answeied promptlj day or ni;;ht DR. H. P. PRESTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. office and Besidenoe: That occupied by the Ute Dr. Viets Telephone 102. I have leased the va cant store room in the Kendall hlock, former ly occupied by Henry Schultheis, and have opened up a meat mar ket. I have the very best quality of all meats and will deliver all or ders promptly. 1 ask and will try to merit a fair share of patronage. Telephone No. 13. A. C. SNYDER. AUCTIONEER. I am at the service of the public anywhere in Marshall or adjoining counties at these prices: Sales un der $300, 4 ; sales of s oo and un- der SS 1 !i per cent; all ales over Soo, 1 per cent. For dates telephone me at Don aldson at my expense. Yours for business. Valentine Klory, Donuldsson, Ind. KOR SALE. 25 Boars and 25 Sows. All hogs eligible to record. Pedigree furnished with each sale. Inspection in vited. Correspondence so licited. Prices reasonable. Satisfaction guaranteed. J. V. LAWRENCE, RUTLAND, IND. Don't Be Fooled Ti!ve the genuine, origins. ROCKY M ,U:i i AIM T. jVaJe only by Madison Met ci. Co.. .Mac!; son. Wis. keif you wtll. Our tra mark cut n each packajr ITice, 35 cenfs. Never sc. in bu!k. Ac.ept no übst MtoMoMtiD.m tute- A-k your druggist. ask: your DHiincisT. SILVEiUEflF FLOUR... I BEST. 100 IÜUI.30; 50.90C: Z5.45C f () I ZEHNER MIJLL, I CHICHESTER'S inöllBH (pQJNYROYAL, PILLS J I ." "v Original and Only fteaaln. ULfiV"AFF. Alfrlimhl. .atle. lru1ft f'W ,I..V.' .1.. ...... . T la UFA ai (fold mvtmllin boiM. ml4 with blu. ribbon. Take other. Refuaa IUirrr.i HabatHatlaaa la.lt. Uaa. Boy of jour lrugiit. or arad 4a. ia twp for Partlralara. Teatlaaalal ad " Relief far Ladles, " Uir, by ra. tara Mall. 1 .WM Tsatimonial. 8td by ailTr(fiu. Calekaater aenleaJO aara rniiiin liliiiiL item A First SHOE Vi XHEN you want ' (groceries, go to a Grocery Store. When you want Dry Goods, go to a Dry ( loods Store. When you want Hard ware, go to a Hardware Store. When you want FOOTWEAR, go to an Ex clusive Shoe Store, by all means. You will al ways find the best foot wear at an exclusive shoe store. The best makes in any line of business will be found only at exclusive stores. Give Us a Call. ' i .k ..V; 1 1 ' J. F. HARTLE'S O Saved! 7 Seven Dollars and Fifty you on a Farm Wagon. Is A Farm Wagon for $52.50. Korbes' Seed Store. Telephone 36. Plymouth, Ind. I To You We Have Extended as (US ft An Invitation to come in and look books. If you do not feel competent to judge of the proper kind of books to place before your family, you are welcome to the benefit of our many years of successful book handling. Or, perhaps, there are no children and only a companion shares your home. Our stock of really good books is very complete comprising Iii! 1: something over two ' ' will be no trouble to of reading fictional, J. W. An pecial Offer FOR 20 DAYS. For the Next 20 Days I will make Cabinet Photos for $1.50 per dozen and give one button FUKE. Watch this paper for my Christmas offer. MRS. IDA M. SMITH, Photographer. Fall and Winter season is at hand and certainly you want a good, warm Suit or Overcoat to protect yourself against the cold and damp weather which is coming on now. I therefore invite you to come and see me and look over the newest lie of goods and samples ever shown in this city. Prices are such that you do not need to have a handful of money to get a regu lar tailor-made suit. I am ready to meet you half way. I am sure I can fit you. Try me once and be convinced. JOHN ED BERGMAN, Room 12, Corbin HIoclc. The Only Exclusive Tailor Shop in City. Class STORE. CASH SHOE STORE Kendall Block, Plymouth Cents is what we can save that worth while? over our choice assortment of VI thousand volumes and it a A a choose a series for anv kind f j educational, historical. w VI VI V If HESS. .50 1, VI POULTKY EXHIBIT. PLYMOUTH WILL HAVE A POUL TRY SHOW CHRISTMAS WEEK. MHrftlta.il County Poultry A s.ocint Ion Huve tlie Work Well l inier Way Kx lnblt Will (Kfiir From Ieeeiiiler 'it to And Ineliiriiut; Deeemlter iS-WIII HrinKMit'iyVMtor to Hie City. The Marshall County Poultry associ ation is arranging to cive a poultry show in Plymouth from December '24th to and including December 2bth. A premium list pamphlet is now bein? printed and copies will be eent to poul trymen in all parrs of the state, as well as to the farmers of Marshall county. Cash prizes will be offered in all classes of poultry and it is expected that there will be a larqe exhibit of fancy birds from aDroad. Poultry breeders of Whit ley and Koeciueko counties have al ready notiüed the association that they will be h-re to exhibit their best breeds in the poultry line. 1. A.. Stoner, of Rensselaer, a prominent poultry judgp, has beeu secured to pass judgment up on the birds that will be on exhibition at the Plymouth show. A room will be secured in the business portion of the city where the poultry can be properly shown. It is confidently expected that this poultry show will bring several thousands of farmers to the city during Christmas week, resulting in the arrow ing of a better grade of poultry gener ally in this locality. Death of Mrs. Margaret Speyer. Mrs Margaret Speyer, widow of Capt. Henry Speyer, died Tuesday afternoon, at the ae of 72 years at Culver, Ind. The remains were brought here Yedne6dav on the noon train and tie burial was at Oak Hill cemetery. The deceased had been a resident here for a number of years, prior to moving to Culver, where Capt. Speyer died about 13 years ago. Five children survive her Mrs. Merriam Korp, Cul ver; Mrs. Eva-Wm. Porter, Culver; Mr. Henry Speyer, Culvsr; Mrs. Sarah Henry Maxwell, Vonker, N. Y., and Mr. lacob Speyer, New York City. She was a member of the Episcopal church, llev. Tayüjf, of Culver, will otliciate. To He Incorporated. Hishop White has announced the resignation of Stuart MacKibben, of South Bend, as chancellor of the dio- cese and the appointment of the Hon. Jobannes Kopelke, of Lake county, to the position of legal adviser to the biehop. Uishop White reporte that Chancellor MacKibbeo, and himself had secured the passage? of an act per mitting the diocese to incorporate, and that the necessary papers will be pre pared and the incorporation perfected in the near future. Mtuüebaker'ft Firnt Automobile. A test was made in South JJend on Saturday of the first automobile made by the Studebaker Manufacturing com pany, and the result was satisfactory. The vehicle carries under th middle of the bed an electric storage battery snflicient for a 0 mile run on good roads, and is geared for an average speed of 11 miles an hour. About two and a half months were deroted to the construction of this vehicle. It will be sent to Chicago to be triedon tbe streets there. ltremeu'it New Mall Route. Bremen is shortly o have two new rural routes as the result of efforts put forth by Postmaster Uanstead. Houte No. 2, carried by Perry Young, will cover the country north from firemen through Wyatt to Woodland, thence west on the Turkey Creek road to Car son, thence southeast to Bremen. Route No. 3 lies south from Bremen through Riverside to the Kosciusko county line, thence back by way of Berlington. A Social liatlieriiig. Misses Jessie and Carrie Craig, t Pierceton, were the guests of honor at a party given by Miss Stella Rarnhill at her home on Alexander street laet Monday. The evening was very pleas antly spent in social games and some excellent music was rendered by Mr. and Mrs. George Marks and Mies Car rie Craig on the violin and organ. Hunter in Their ilory. Hunting of ducks is now at its best along the Kankakee river and marshes. Not only is duck bunting good, but many jacks have been killed the lat few days in the same regions. Most of the game bagged has been mallards, pinbeads and bine bills. Farmer's Son Convieted of Mayhem. Albert Berkey, a wealthy farmer's son, near Warsaw, has been convicted of mayhem and sentenced to twenty da s in jail. Brkey's offense con sisted in biting off the entire lower lip of Joseph Counts in a tight recently. Clem Studebaker Near Death. Clem Studebaker, manufacturer, philanthropist and public-spirited citi zen, is dying and n expected to pasa- within a few hours. He has been in poor health for some time, and last night was stricken with stomach trou ble and suffered a sinking spell. A temporary rallv was followed by an other sicking epell. Dr. C A. Daugherty and l)r C. C. Terry of Suth Bend, ard Dr. Quiik-, of Chicaeo, are at the bedside, but they have little hope that their patent will survive. Mr. Studebaker is 70 year old, and is the president of the Studebaker brothers' Manufacturing company, the most extentive vehicle making concern In the world. Beginning life as a poor boy, he worked his way from the black smith's force to be one of the best known men in the United State?. He was a personal friend of President Harrison and President McKinley. Mr. Studebaker spent a part of the present year in Europe in the hope of benefit to his health, and this was partly realized. He suffered a severe fall at the pier in New York juct after landing, however, and this gave him a severe setback. Reporte! Diphtheria. It is reported by Dr. Johnson that diphtheria nas developed in the home ot Charles nyder in the country several miles southeast of Bourbon, the peven-year old child being the victim Dr. Johnson promptly quarantined the case. P is thought that no one has been exposed to the dreadful disease and that no more cases will develop. Bourbon News-Mirror. Death of Benjamin F. Stephens. Benjamin F. Stephens, for 11 years a resident of Elkhart, and m all that time active in the affairs of Trinity M. E. church, died late Sunday night of heart trouble, aged 70 years. Ti p pecHiioe Iteui. Frank Ritter is visiting relatives at North Webster. Val. Hartman has moved to Tiptown. Henry Hareh has been working for his brother I?aac near Bourbon the past fortnight. The schools in this township will close next Wednesday eveniDganu not open again until the following- Monday. The object is to allow teachers to spend Thanksgiving at home and attend the Teacher's association. Ralph Barrett is at Indianapolis this week representing Iiion Lodge No. 71", I. Ü. O. F. at the Grand Lodge. Everett Fletcher died last Friday torning at the home of his stepfather, Levi Swinehart aged 22 yearp, 13 days, lie has been confined to his bed for the past few weeks with consumption. The funeral occured at the Dunkard church on Sunday, conducted by the pastor of the U. R. church of Bourbon, of which he was a member and inter ment at the Dunkard ceuietary west of town. Births since our last report, John Grace and wife, a daughter. George Marks and wife, a son. The pnpils of the high school debated on the following question last Friday afternoon, "Resolved that the sur roundings ha3 more to do with the for mation of character than heredity" The atlirmative won. V. P. Kirk was present and at the close of the debate made an excellent address, and we believe that if the judges had heard his speech before re porting that their decision would have been different. lturr Dak. The Church of (Jod Sunday-school was organized last Sunday with Samuel Osborn Supt. and Mrs. Wilhelm asst. supt Good attendance and splendid interest seemed to prevail. Prayer meeting Thursday evening led by Mrs. Miller. Everybody invited to attend the Sunday-school and prayer meeting. George Overmyer and wife, of Chi cago are visiting in Burr Oak. 1). E. Vanvactor will preach next Sunday at 10:30 a. m. also Sunday eve ning at 7 o'clock. Rev. Mattox preached last Sunday after Sunda) -school at the U. B. church. Christopher Harr and wife of Johns town, Pa., who have been visiting friends here for some time returned home Tuesday. Rev. Geo. W. Smith and wife re turned from Chicago where they have been to attend the marriage of their daughter, Lizzie. Miss Clella Smith was given a sur prise Monday evening by a large num ber of her school mates calling and spending the evening with her. Sup per was served and an enjoyable eve ning was spent by all present. In a gam at Marion Saturday the Huntington football team had four men laid up. One fellow had a broken arm, another a broken collar bone, an other an injury to his back and the fourth one got the wind bumped out of him. It is a great game. You C.et Your Money Hack. We, the undersigned urugpists here by agree to refund the money, if after using one box of Dr. Stone's New Dys pepsia Cure it has failed to give satis factory results. Cures Dyspepsia, In digestion, Sour Stomach, Heart Burn, and Loss of Appetite. Emanuel A. Fink, Jos, W. Hess, Miss Jennie Shadel. 4-3 HON US IS 1 A I SED. PIANO FACTORY WILL OCCUPY NOVELTY BUILDING. tiitarantees Soon to U;te a Hundred Men to Work Will Invest i.".Oon In Ma chinery at Dnee in No elt y ltu ild inj; riymoiith Has Pi o-perou Fut u re. The required amount of money has been subscribed to secure the piano factory and the concern at Chicago hap been notiiied to come on and cluee the deal. Only 1 were needed yesterday and there were promises sutlicieut for more than this amount. In conse quence the busmee6 men notified the piano concern thai all was well at this end of the line. If the city should not remit he taxes, it would yet be neces sary to secure about S2H0 more, but it is reasonably assured that the common council will remit them. This may be done legally, but there would be no ob jections even if not in strict conformity with the statutes. By remitting s-ji of taxes now and thereby getting a concern with an additional investment forthwith of $20,000, the taxes that would accrue to the city would be tar in excess of the small amount which the council would remit. There is evi dently no reason to believe that the council will do anything eloe but remit thf taxes. The c ncern which comes here is en gaged in the manufacture of pianos and is at present turning out a dozen high grade instruments each week. They expect to increase tneir output when they become established in the Novelty building. With the coming of thi factory eveiy vacant house will be filled within a tew months. It is not unlikelv that another concern will in the near future see tit to appropriate the old wagon works building and in that event there will be demand for many new hrmes. Next year promises better for Plymouth than has ever been her prospect in the past. C'otiii-il I ro eel i n ii. The common council met Wednes day evening, but transacted very little business. Atty. Locran appeared tor Arthur O'Keete to obtain permission of the council to plat the lot recently pur chased by him on th" corner ot Garro and Center streets. Hits permit trom the council was essential m order to conform witb the statutes. The coun cil granted the permission. The commissioners submitted their report on the North Michigan street pavement. It t.hows that all adjacent property owners have beeu benefited and none damaged. The commission ers have not yet made the assessments upon the different property owners. This is to be done at the next meeting. I). Frank Redd, secretary of the Bus iness Men's a-sociation, appeared and asked the council to remit the taxes against the old Novelty building which will be due the city next May. The matter was referred to th-e city attor ney, who will report on the legal phase of the matter at next meeting. Death of Mr. Itothia Camion. Mrs. Bothia Cannon died Wednesday evening at r:30 o'clock at her home in South Plymouth. She was nearly 50 years of age and has been suffering for several years with consumption, which caused her death, she leaves a hus band and four children three boys and a girl, to mourn her death The funeral will be held today afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home and the remains will be laid to rest in Nyhart cemetery, northeast of this city. LOCAL HKKVITIF.S. The remains of Mrs. Margaret Speyer were brought to this city on the noon train from Culver, and interment in Oak Hill cemetery. W. E Baily was in Bourbon today distributing 1102 calenders for the Union Central Life Insurance company of which he is agent. During the eleven weeks ''Ben-Hur" ran at the Illinois theatre in Chicago, eighty-nine performances were given. It is stated that 135000 people saw the play and the total receipts were 175,- 000. William Clifford, of Valparaiso, re turned today to his work with the con structive crew on the Pennsylvania line, afrer being absent several weeks on account of having his foot crushed. It the Plymouth Democrat did not get pay in advance for the advertise ment it is now running for the Interna tional AuthI Clinic, of Chicago, we sug gest that it do so without further delay. Mrs. H. A. Shambaugh was called to Wolf Lake by telephone yesterday afternoon announcing the death of her brother, Mr. Allen, at that place. Mr. Shambaugh left this morning to attend the funeral. Mrs. Milo Meredith, of Wabash, was present last night at the special meet ing of the Ladies of the Maccabees and conducted a school of instruction. A large class was initiated and a banquet, at wnich the men were also invited, was served. Judge Capron on the last day of the October term of court entered on rec ord the following rule of court relative to the trials of divorce cases in the fu ture: "After the first week of the court trials of divorce cases will be taken up only on Mondays." A freak chicken has been discovered at Marion. A Plymouth Rock, other wise perfectly formed, has a bead which resembles that of a rabbit. The following case was filed at the court house; Francis E. Mann and Mary A. Mann, husband and wife vs. David anVactor, John Hanney and John Glass to iiuet title and for damages. J. D. McLaren is the at torney for the plaintiff. When the fifty seventh congress meets next month it will contain no representatives of the Populist party, so tar as the senate is concerned. Neither will there be any free silver republicans, but the lines will be strictly drawn between the two parties, and each member of the upper house of congress will be classed either as a re publican or a democrat. There will be no third party represented in theeenate. Kej.1 Kxtate Traurem. Joseph Bright and wife warranty deed to James and Sophia Afee land ia sec 15, SM R sell s Miner and wife warranty deed to Bertha Carta lot in Plymouth., S17m. Maggie J. Way and husband war ranty deed to Willis V. Clifford lots; and 7 Linkville, $500. William J Acker and wife warranty deed to Jerome Stroup land in sec 22, SUlO. Elizabeth Monroe warranty deed to Noah Bickel land in sec 2. ."?0). Caroline Plummer and husband war ranty deed to Minerva Monroe land in sec 17, 3iX;0. James II Matchett and wife warran ty deed to Eber J Hurtord 7U a land in sec 17, S'2 ii). Samuel T Miller and wife warranty deed to John II Barden, land in sec 31, sir.o. Isaac J Knoblock and wifp warranty deed to Henry and Wm Scüloseer land in sec 3, :?i'.500. Geo W Voreis and wife warranty deed to Rachel Voreis all int in 137 Oi a in n '; of sec , tp32, r 1. John Klingerman and wife warranty deed to Geo W Beltz etal land in sec 20 consideration Love and Affection. Lewis C Neidlinger and wife war ranty deed to Elizabeth Dudd'eeon, lot in Culver sl.'o. Chae R McLaughlin and wife war ranty deed to Atice J Anderbuu, e of let 21'. PrJk and Strings add to Plym outh, 200 Ella Wolford and husband warranty deed to Hannah Ii Porter, land in sec 21.8500. James A. Forsythe and wife war ranty deed to Mary A Shauwecker, lot 5 orig Teetarden, ;?"."0. Poultry. Turkey time for Thanksgiving it over for us. We have had a big run. The'e will be a slack demand for a while and prices will ease off lc. About Dec-1, we w ill want them to commence coming again. Spring chickens are little low this week, there is a probability of the price doing better soon. We are hee all the time. We will go with the get.eral markets and always endeavor to pay full market value. It is to our own ir tt restt. thai we do this. Don't leed poultry the day you market it. Watch your local papers for a few weeks. Truly, 1 w J. Sv i hki.l A. Rno. Stock Sale. The undersigned will sell at public auction at his residence, six miles southwest and one and one-tourth miles south of the big Duukard church, near Slitfo, Wednesday, Nov. 27. 1101: Two brood mares, 3 colts, 1 wuk horse, milch cows, 3 Durham heifers, 5 two-year-old steers, 1 Durham bull, 12 brood sows, 2 Duroc Jersey boars and 30 head of sheep. 1 w s. C. Dill. Overv'ork Weakens Your Kidneys. Unhealthy KUncys Make Impure Blood. All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. T-t I i ne kidneys are your blood purifiers, they fil ter out the waste or impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out cf order, they fail to da their work. rrVVfri I Pains, achesandrheu- LU mattsm come from ex cess ot uric acid in the blood, due to nerlecte.i kidney trouble. Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats, and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble, because the heart is over-working in pumping thick, kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries. It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning in kidney trouble. If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary eflect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on its merits by all druggists in fifty- cent and one-dollar siz es. You may have a sampie Dome oy man nam or RwunpRoot free, also pamphlet telling you how to find! out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton, N. Y.