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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 December 1900

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C W. MET8KEB, Pub. and Prop. - IUDIANA. III IfllSf IDE 111 Items of General Interest Told in ParaeraphSi COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY I? fror; I of H.ippenlnss of Mach or Little Importance from All Parts of the Civ Worla I'rices of Farm Producta In Western Market. The Woman's Christian Temperance union annual convention met at Washington, D. C, Monday. Miss Ciara Barton says no authorization is necessary for the twentieth century watch meetings being organized under her guidance. Fast mail on Illinois Central saved from being wrecked at Kankakee by leing late. Freight train derailed by half turned switch. Archbishop Martinelli, apostolic delegate, will participate in watch night services in St. Patrick's church, Washingioa. Professor Arctowski, antarctic explorer, wedded to Miss Caroline Addy, whose picture he fell in love with while in frozen south. Duke of Manchester did a cake walk, at an entertainment of the Strollers at the Waldorf-Astoria, New York. New army b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 December 1900

TALMAGE'S SERMON. SPEAKS ON ONE OF THE CHIEF CHRISTIAN VIRTUES. The 1 of (irare In the Affairs otiil Life Turns DUcord Into Ilarf bioiij Final Keward of I'aticnc Cautet of l'estimitiu. (Copyright. lrxiO, Louis Klopsch. N. Y.) Wasuiugton, Dec. 2. Tins discourse of Dr. 'lalniage is a full length portrait of a virtue which all admire, and the lessons taught are very helpful; text, Hebrews x, 3C, "Ye have need of patience." Yes, we are in awful need of it. Some of us have a little of it, and some of us have none at all. There is less of this grace in the world than of almost any other. Faith, hope and charity are all abloom in hundreds of souls "where you find one specimen of patience. Paul, the author of the text, on a conspicuous occasion lost his patience with a co-worker, and from the way he urges this virtue upon the Hebrews, upon the Corinthians, upon the Thessalonians, upon the Romans, upon the Colosians, upon the young theological student Timothy, I conclude he was speaking out ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 December 1900

Over-Work Vv'eakens Your Kidneys. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. The kidneys are your blood purifiers, they filter out the waste or impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fail to do their work. Pains, aches and rheumatism come from excess of uric acid in the blood, due to neglected 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, kidneypoisoned 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 beginning in kidney trouble. If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect cf Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 December 1900

(EI?e3nbcpenbent Ficiday, Dkcembkk 7, 11O0. LOCAL HREV1T1ES. Krorn r'naay'i JDallv. V. H. IJollruan returned to Knox today. Mr. W. L. Tyrrell, of liourb t, wa a Tisitor here testercU. W. C. Brii?ge, of Chicir, wa? in this city on business today. E. C. Willian returned from a wtek's business trip in ST. Louis. Frank Goodwin, of Argos, was a Plymouth visitor yesterday. James Uanes 6pent yesterday in Chicago, the guest of Hen Nerrell. J. O. Howe, of Wyland, Ind., spent Thanksgiving with Otto Albert. Carl Reynolds, of Chicago, epent Thanksgiving with his parents here. Honor Tarks spent Thanksgiving in Lozaneport with relatives and friends. Marguerite Hume, of Syracuse. Ind , was home to eat turkey with her folks. Clarence and Noyes Tyrrell, of Hourbon, attended the dance here last evening. Cha8. S. Clark, of Chicago, is the guest of Frank Carey, of this city today. J. 11. Lydick, of South Hend, was the guest yesterday of K A. Fink, the druggist. Albert Tarka returned to Mishawaka this n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 December 1900

i MY HAW SISTER TCriTi By ELTON CHAPTER VIII. (Continued.) ; "Look hero. Mollie, will you won't . you? I love you awfully. I have just ; run over on the chance of seeing you. j because I could not stay away any I longer. An! I hate to think of you here with thse people. Won't you look at me? Do!" A most persuasive voice was Reggie's; hut Mollie's eyes were fixed on the point of her shoe, and she put her hands behind her when he attempted to take them. ' (Jive me time to think." she whispered in a subdued tone. "I can hardly believe that you are here. How did you find me?" j "Saw the Dubois ir. town, but they ' did not see me. Rode straight on and j met the little kiddie, who brought me here. Told her that I wanted to speak to you very particularly alone; and she j flew off and promised to keep watch l. ...... f . 1 " :.! T-, I icri iue it'Luin ui lilt- iifiii, ivcqie briefly. "Dear little Kittie!" "Won't you say. 'Dear Reggie," too, Mollie?" he suggested, eyeing her wistfully. "I ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 December 1900

THE OPEN-TOP The very newest thing In railway car architecture is a passenger car for it earn roads, built very much on the lines of the summer trolley car, except that this car can open up the top as veil as the sides. The car was built by the Pullman Company for the American Tourist Association, of Chicago, and was Intended as an observation car In the great canons of mountainous Mexico. Thg cur was invented by Reau Campbell, the Mexican traveler, and came about as follows: Some years ago when Mr. Campbell was traveling through the great Tamosopo Canon, he had a seat on the side of the car next to the mountain, the rocks of the cliff were? within two feet of the window, and of course he could get not even a glimpse of the canon. a.s all the windows on the other side of the car were taken up by the occupants of the adjoining seats. Determined to view the magnificence of the canon. Mr. Campbell returned to Las Canoas. and through the courtesy of railway officials made the worldfamou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 December 1900

0?e3nbcpenbent Friday, Ukcembek 7, 1100. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Daily. James Hahn, of Chicago, transacted business here today. See the nobby winter hats at the Center street millinery. ldlw Mrs. Daisy Schilt and daughter, Helen, are Ti3iting in Argos. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shilt, of Logansport. are visiting relatives here. Warren McFarlin went to Chicigo today to attend the great life stock show. Mrs. C. W. Hartman and children, of Wabaäh, are visiting relatives in this city. Otto Albert was taken through the second degree of the l'ythian lodge last night. For stylish winter millinery see the splendid line at the Center street millinery, ldlw Mi68 Claire Iloyse, of Ft. Wayne, and little siater, (Irace,are the guests of friends in this city. Harry Haag returned to the Bourbon college this morning after a few days Tisit with his parents. Mrs. C. W. Holcolm and children, of Massillon, O., are visiting Mrs. Holcolm'a folks near this city. Miss Emma Fleming, of South Bend, came do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 14 December 1900

n I Ma Comiety edepeede rsra. Jin Ö Vol. 7. PLYMOUTH, MAKSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1900. No. 1. Stock Feeder0raention! We are authorized to sell Aeme Stock Food strictly on its merits and under a positive guarantee. It is a substitute for oil meal, giving better results, cheaper to feed. See U This Week for Particulars. We continue to handle a full line of Stock Foods, Oyster Shell, Beef Meal and Poultry Supplies, Steel Stock Tanks, Kte. AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES. FORBES' SEED STORE. Telephone No. 36 Buy a Seller. Sell a Winner. Win a Buyer. Such as Mango Pickles, Sweet Pickles, Sour Pickles, Olives, Catsup, Table Sauce, Fancy Table Teaches, Cherries, Plums, Fancy Canned Corn such as Club House, Sutar Loaf, Canned Peas, Uananas, Apples, Oranges, Cranberries, Sweet Potatoes, Iluobard Squash, Mince Meat, Fresh Candies of all kinds, Nuts of all kinds, Dishes of all kinds to be sold cheap. Come and see us. We pay the highest prices for all Produce. Ed. S. Hogarth &amp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 14 December 1900

...... .... 'L I THE WEEKLY IIIDEPEtiDEIlT. O W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PXTHOUTH, - INDIANA 6m Mon Tue Wed T7i Fri 5afl 1 lliiiiA 9 10 11 12 T3 14 1 15 6 J7 Jö J9 20 21122 23 24 25 26 27 20 29 30 1 31 B EVENTS (IF lit WEEK II Items of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY KMord of Happening of Mucli or Littlo Importance from All Parts of the Civ ilized World Price of Farm Products in Western Market. Michael F. Lawlor, one of the Mollie Maguire leaders, died at Philadelphia. Rabbi Harrison of St. Louis declined tall to Temple Emanu-El, New York. Dr. Pentecost in New York denounced the anti-vice crusaders as humbugs. Mrs. Mary L. McLean, mother of .Mrs. Dewey, died in Washington. The Rev. Bradden Hamilton, NewYork, has written an article denouncing decollete gowns. American advance in Philippines being rapidly made, with but little actual fighting. Minister Yu, in lecture on Confucius, says Christian dogma und practica are different matters. The Rev. William E. J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 14 December 1900

MESSAGE Annual Address to the National Congress. Considerable Portion of the Document Is Devoted to Chinese Affairs. ALSO DISCUSSES Congress Is Urged ts Pass the Ship Subsidy Measure and the Army Bill and Attention Is Called to the Necessity of a Cable to Hawaii Reduction of Revenue Asked. The president's annual message to congress is in part as follows: To the Senate and House of Representatives: At the outgoing' of the old and tke incoming: of the new century you begin the last session of the fifty-sixth conreas with evidences on every hand of individual and national prosperity and with proof of the crowing strength and Increasing power for pood of republican Institutions. Your countrymen will Join with you in felicitation that American liberty is more firmly established than -ver before, and that !ove for it and the determination to preserve it are more universal than ut any former perkxl of ur history. The republic was never so strong:, because never so stmngly intrenched in the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 14 December 1900

The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist. T&e Discoverer of Swamp-Root at Work In Els Laboratory. There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so deceptive. Many sudden deaths are caused by it heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure or apoplexy are cften the result of kidney disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to advance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Then the richness of the blood the albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery is the true specific for kidney, bladder and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases, after all other efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book telling about SwampRoot and its wonderful cures. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 14 December 1900

J y CI?c3nbepenbcnt Friday. Dkckmbfi: 15, 1U0U. LOCAL BREVITIES. From FVidar' Dailv. Miss Carrie Mann, of Valparaiso, i the guest of friends in this city. Mrs. Jamee Curtis and son went to South Bnd this noon to visit a few days. Eugene F. Db9, social democratic candidate for president, received about 100,000 votes Mr. and Mrs. Je Warner went to nHinr.ir.nID Ihia nAiin tf mflkf th.lt place their bunie. Miss Elliot returned to her home in Elgin, Hi., today after a pleasant visit with Miss Hat'ie Morris. fp itenrv Mnriran and children, ot ... w M .ctQ f hr Jl. jur, .! 11,11., QIC uir (uisio v j brother south of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hogen, of Char lotte, Mich , are the guepts ot Mr. and Mrs. Hogen, west of this city. Mrs. John Zarp and children have returned from a two month's visit in Washington, Fa., and Newark, O. Mrs. A. R. Moore and children returned to their home in Fort Wayne today after i week's visit in this city. Mrs. Flant.of Bourbon, was the guest vesterdav of Mrs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 14 December 1900

il TALMAGE'S SERMON. TELLS OF OVER DAVID'S PASSAGE THE JORDON. mm A lot Unnoticed Ineldeat of OkSo Time Are Draws Lesnons of Oafort mad Hopef ulaea to Ail God's Cbtltftrea. (Copyrfrlit. 13W, Lauls Klopsch, N. T.) Washington. Dec. J. From an unnoticed Incident of olden time Dr. Talnaagc In this discourse draws soma comfortable and rapturous lessons. The text is II. Samuel xix., 18, "And there wcat over a ferryboat to carry oyer the king's household." Whica of the crowd is the kins? That short man, sunburnt and in fatigue dress. It is David, the exiled king. He has defeated his enemies and is now going home to resume his palace Good! I always like to ses David come out ahead. But between him and his home there is the celebrated river Jordan which has to be passed. The king is accompanied to the bonk of the river by an aristocratic old gentleman of SO years, Barzillai by name, who owned a fine country eat at Rogelim. Besides that. David has his family with him. But how shall they set a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 14 December 1900

D a 0 o Tied Up "Whem the muscles feel drawn ami tied up and the flesh tender, that tension is Soreness and Stiffoess from cold or over exercise. It lasts but a short time after a 0 a 0 0 I St Infnrrc o is applied. The cure is prompt and sure. 0 0eO00000O0000O LOSS OF MEMORY Is ften derived from an unlooked for coerce the Kidneys. Odorous urine r that which scalds or stains i3 an inCalliblc proof that you are progressing towards Bright's Disease or one of tho other forms of Kidney Trouble all of Vilich are fatal if permitted to grow "worse. rrwar'l will lo raM fr a case f liarkarU'. luTvomness, shn'p-li-ssnrs. .v:i kiw, los f vitality. tuciint kilney. MhiIiIt urinary li.sorti'T. that caaLot U; cured by MOKKOW'S the grreat M-i.-nt ii4- lisvry fr shattered cd thin iiiior-riühd MoimI. OHIO. INDIANA. ILLINOIS AND WISCONSIN people cnrel by Kol-ne-oil. In writing (beul ple. urlos Stamped udtlrrsHtU envelope. Mr. ü R Erm m. Sit Hroa.lwsr. Iraln, O. Mij. K. K K!r. 'STt Hank St., IraiD. O. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 14 December 1900

(CI?e3nbepenbent Fi'.iday, Dkckmhei: 11, 190U. LOCAL BREVITIES. Firom Tueeday'a Dailj. Mrs. K.. H. DuDhara is reported much better tiK'iay. Ira Kyeer, of Argos, transacted business bire today. Watson, of Bourbon, is vieitin hi ,on-in law, Solomon Stockman. drs. James Holland returned to Klk n rt thia noon after a visit in this city. Mrs. Clara Hyer, of Elgin, III., is the I guest of friends and relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. John V. Hendee, of South Bend, are the guests of relatives in this city. The Misses Alma and Laura Myers, of South Bend, are the guests of friends in this city. Mrs. George Mayhew, of Niles, Mich., came this noon to visit relatives south of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Ü. K. Totter, of St. Joe, are the guests of friends and relatives in this city. Stephen Staley went to LaFountaine, Ind., this morning to visit his daughter, Mrs. 15. W. Carey. Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Cole and son, Hoy, of Columbus, O., are visiting relatives in the country. Mrs. F. A. Cobaugh retur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1900

T Erstell Coy ledepei PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1900. Vol. 7. No. 3. . - M nty A. C. HOLTZENDORFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Cormr Mtehi-an an.l Jefferson streets. Night alls arswr1. I n TAn n U U 0 VI V VM JU I have move! my gallery into m old stand South of Hichigan-st. Bridge. I have fitted u the place si I c n make Pictures as hue as the finest. 1 w ill h all in my jower tu please anyone who ma want anything In my ilnn. MY MOTTO IS: My iutluraer must be pleased before leaving my studio." It will be to your interest to se iiih. ROTZIEN Money to Loan! I cam lan you money at 5 per cent, iu sums ot 1,im and upwards, on t;ood farm security. I also have several ;:(od lanns tor v.lr. P. O.JONES, PLYMOUTH. INI). Silver Leaf Flour BEST--S2.00 per 1 00 lb. AT ZEHNERS MILL. Don't Be Fooled Take the genuine, original ROCKY MCUNiAIN TE MaJe only by .Madison Med' cine Co.. Madison. Wis. I keep you well. Our trad mark cut on each package Price....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1900

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C 7. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. gLTgQUTH, - CTDIANA MINI EVEHT8 OF THE KB Items of Genera! Interest Told in Paragraphs COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY Itecord or Happening! of Much or Little Importance from All Farts of the Civilized World Triers of Farm Producta io Weataru .Market. Several vessels wrecked and three sailors lost in gale on Atlantic coast. Undermined section of Pittston, Pa., sank, causing great damage. Four of the justices of the United States supreme court are reported In favor of the contention that the constitution follows the flag and four against, with Fuller the deciding factor. United States troops have traversed 2ll the trails in many Northern Luzon provinces, driving out the insurgents. The Boer invaders in the north cf Cape Colony arc reported to have occupied Colesberg. The suit of Charles 'Wertheimer against Count and Countess de Castellane for payment for bric-a-brac was 11 card in Paris- and continued. I3ody of Thomas Edmunson. farmer, found...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1900

... Well. well, so this is New Year s 3ay," said Mr. Sooner. "Do you rerernber how we quarreled this day on year ago?'' "Remember! I think I do!" cried Iiis wife. "Why. the cards were ordered when it happened, and I didn't know whether I could have your name taken out and Dick's inserted, in case I changed my mind." '"In case I changed my min. you mean. dear. Strange that I never suspected how much poor Dora cared for nie until that day." "I'm sure she had concealed it very well the way she ran after Dick, as If he ever had eyes for anybody but me! He never told his love, but a woman's intuition was" "A synonym of vanity, dear. Of course, I couldn't help knowing that she cared for me when I met her in the boarding house parlor, with her eyes full of tears, on the very morning after you had told Marie, her dearest friend, that we were to be n.r.rried in a month." "Humph, that girl would cry about muything; I've known her to cry when the villain in the play was killed as if a villain ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1900

Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of ord-.r or diseased. Kidney trouble h:i? become so prevalent that it is not uncommon for a chili to be born me 'M:Tr-- amiciea wun wean kiu- i.;. ii wie umru umiares too often, if the urine scalds the flesh or if, when the chili rer.ches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with beci-wetting. depend upon it. the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the trea'ment of there important organs. This unpleasant rouble is de to a d. sealed condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miserable with kiir.ey ar.d bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized. It is sold by druggis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1900

"Silver Plate that Wears.'' The trale mark 1847 on Spoons, Forks, etc., i- a piiarantec of quality the world over. The prefix 1847 insures the genuine Rogers quality. For sale ly leailin lealers everywhere. Semi for catalogue No. 25S, to International Silver Co. Meriden. Conn. (LI?e3nbepcnbent Fuiday, Dkckmuei: 1100. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday' Eallv. Will Kllis, of South Hend, is a Plymouth visitor today. Charles TibbetB went to South Hend od business this noon. U. M. Sehold went to Chicago on business this morning. George Thalman, of Columbia City, transacted business here today. Miss Clara Thompson, of Anderson, is the guest of friends in this city. U. K. Donaldeon, of Chicago, was in this city on business last evening. Messrs. Öteiobach and Kuhn spent last evening with friends in liourbon. Mr. and Mrs. George Haxter, of Ft. Wayne, are the guests of relatives in this city. Mrs. Clara Garnes, of Oakdale, 111., is the gueet of relatives and friends near liourbon. Charles Hastings...

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