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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 29 January 1896

Wkdsksday, Jam'akv 21, IS'.. War Declared! THE UNITED STATES lut :maitit TUB MOD HL r -vr nf the Slim healer (I this rity. f.itikatiis. gentlemen, if you will: Hark !ui -nl bmz'. We are on earth to sell SHOES. Fnwii this late until the evening of .lan Ht. our siues will he marked in Plain Figures Ch r 'ent helow all mmpctition. ami in addi tion ill ltrmit you to figure off Ten TerCeut wit -vcry cah purchase Wlten you buy fnnn us u are not olliel t y f.y tlie looses sustained ly those w ho to a Credit Business. rroiu now on until the above date we will Ü (":'Miing tor .Men ami Py at ?o- on the r.o'Iat. 'All anl ee us during this Great Sale. Kespevtfully, RVAN & JOSEPH. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Saturday's Dally. J. A. Cummins was a LaPaz visitor tody. Mr6. Wtn. Kverly is visiting in War saw today. A republican club is being formed in Valparaiso. Dr. Viets made a professional call at Bourbon yesterday. Mrs. W. J. liankins visited today with friends in Argos. C. . Cleveland returned la...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 29 January 1896

THE MAN FOR SANDY. I wo'j'Jna gie a copper plack For oay man that turns his back On duty clear; I wouldna tak his word or note, 1 rrouldna trust him for a groat. Which ho might steer. fSVhen things are just as thins should be, An.i fortune gios a man the plea, Where'er he be It Isaa hard to understand How he may w alk through hous. and land iWl cheerful face and open hand Continually. But when, i" 5pite o' work and care, A miia must loss and failure bear, He merits praise: "Wha will not to misfortune bow. Who rocks his bonnet on his brow And Gents and tights. he kcnsna how. Through lang, hard days. I wouldna gie nn auld bawbee For ony man that I could see Wha didna hold The sweetness o his mither's nam", The kindness o' his brother's claim, The honor ' a woman's fame, I'nr mair than gold. Ts or U it hard for him to do. .Wha kens his friends are leal and true, Love sweet and strong. Whose hearth knows nt from year to year The shadow of a doubt or fear, Or feels the falling of a tear ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 29 January 1896

roffofla Manifests itself In many different ways, like goitre, swellings, running sores, boi!s, salt rheum and pimples and other eruptions. Scarcely a man is wholly free from It, in some form. It clings tenaciously until the last vestige of scrofu lous poison is eradicated from the blood !y Howl's Sarsaparille. Thousands of voluntary testimonials tell of suffering from scrofula, often Inherited and most tenacious, positively, per fectly and permanently cured by (LP n Sarsaparilla I"he One True. Blood Purifier. All druggl-1. $ 1 Trepared only by C. I. Uooi& ".. Lowell. Mass. Hnnrl'c PMIc :"'t harmoniously with nUUU 5 rlll Hood's Sarsaparilla. 2Go. rniquo cause fur thankfulness was afforded a San Franeisro man last Thanksgiving day. He found $ worth of pold dust in the crop of his Thanks Kivinj: turkey. Inquiry at the market where lie bought t lie bird showed that it eamo from Ilosebnr, Ore., but the in quiry has proceeded no farther as yet. To ensure the eradication of eruptive c...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 29 January 1896

The Day Of glittering gold in the mouths of the people is rapidly giving way to the more modern and certainly more harmonious &nd durable PocelQin Mn ü Bile Work I DR. DURR'S Newly patented System of applying this wrk is a revelation to all who de sire their teeth preserved and restored to their natural whiteness. Call at the Model Dental Parlors PLYMOUTH. Any kiiul and at the lowest prices ( quality con sidered ) possible. We have an elegant line of bulk. Try our Mocha and Java, Plantation Java, San tovar Capitania or Pea berry and be convinced that iflre are on the right road in the coffee trade. GEORGE VINALL, The Leading Grocer. TO THE FARMERS OF MARSHALL COUNTY AND ADJOINING :- Those having all kinds of fat cattle, fresh cows, veal calves; sheep and hogs, ready for sale, drop us a card or tele phone 99, and we will insure the highest mar ket prices. Tribbey & Hall, Fat Stock Dealers, Plymouth, - Indiana. HURRAH! FOR THE D Safest, cheapest, most durable; requires least c...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 February 1896

X ff PLYMOUTH, M AKSIIALL COUNTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 189. Voi,. II No. 24. Semä -Weekly 4- 11 Ii WJ K i-L 11 VU- U Ii I Pants! Pants! Pants! J IS ANS J CORDUKOY TO ORDER. A good pair of steel gray jcjins working pants made to order for Two grades eordnroy pants, pair to order,. $3-oo. Suits and Overcoats at prices. $4.00 living; KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR. 1UTIIKI IX ÜL00I) JOHN SWOVKHLAND OKATH. SHOT TO liii y Those Who Fail to Attend Our n UM I I I I I Li I III n on r U ml Will EVER HAVE CAUSE TO REGRET IT. We are positively making the greatest offers in Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing, Overcoats and Pants ever before known in Marshall County. We say the greatest and most truly genuine bar gains ever before offered, and why ? Because we give a elean, straight discount' of per cent. 1 IV ml of Tun Yeur Sl:mliiitr KiiiIh in : !it-li Ualtle. at I'mMiv sale Y?ter lu :tl lh farm of Mim. Kleeiiser, North ul lion i Ihii. hi lust evening's Inim.I'K.nim'.nt a special gave ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 February 1896

THE INDEPENDENT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. PENGUIN BABIES QUEER. They Cause Their Parents No laid of Trouble. You 'will notice that the penguin baby Is very fat and looks as if ho might b. extremely good for rating, but if you could see father and mother penguin just now you would liud them uncom monly thin. Tho care of the baby Las eo worn upon their minds, and tho trouble of finding enough fish for three to cat, that all .superfluous flesh, for the time has vanished. liaby penguin has a curious nest. The mother tucks tho eg; away softly nnd safely amou;' her warm feathers and even moves slowly and with great gravity over the cliffs, carrying the egg. while father penguin goes lis.hing.Moth cr penguin looks as fat during this timi tis the baby does now, but when the egg is hatched she goes fishing too, and soon grows as thin as father penguin himself. You notice the funny little wings, just beginning to start on baby's Shoulders. Well, mother and father penguin have longer ones, but they ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 February 1896

KOTES OX EDUCATION. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO PU PIL AND TEACHER. Many Disadvantages with Which the Toucher in the Country litis to Con tend -What to Do with the School Jlooks l'ducut ionul Noten. The Country Teacher. "What is being done for that teacher out in tho country V Not enough. Per haps by enumerating some of the dis ;id vantages with which she must con tend we can better surest somo plans whio, might make her lot more pleas unt and her work more efficient. The country teacher is obliged to scatter her forces. No specializing hero. She must needs understand the human nature of pupils from ö to -0 yarn of ago. tIio teaelics all the com mon branches and to all grades from the beginning, primary to the advanc ed grammar grade. The recitation lerioil must he short, that all classes may be heard. She is limited in time, so tint supervision of work at tho s-ats is practically impossible. And what an important part of one edu cation is the aid on.1 receives while pre paring a lesson!...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 February 1896

0?c3nbcpcnbcnt ZIMMERMAN & SMITH, Prop'r. A. D. SMITH. (io l Mgr. si iKi in ition' riMci:. Olio Year Si Mouths Kntered at the oostotllce at Ply mouth, Ind.. as matter of tin second class. Fi:an rs Willaril ami the W. C 'J'. l with the newspapers, preachers and people generally of Chicago ought to ho happy now since tlu 5 Hilbert contro versy has subsided into innocuous desuetude. It Yvetto 'Hilbert keeps her promise she will sail today for her erstwhile Parisian haunts. Then, with Die bone of contention gone, there can ho no further bickerings as to Juilbert's vocal ability, art, or Duilberl's decency. The preachers are wishing her Dod speed to Pans and hoping she will stay there. BURNED TO THE GROUND. Hit . rliii-f loit Hotel at Lake .M ; t h From Thursday's Daily. Speeial to the I mkI'KMk.nt i.an a. in. The Arlington Hotel at Long Point was discovered on tire a few moments ago, and will be entirely consumed. It is supposed to have been of incen diary origin as there is no one ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 February 1896

(TI?c3txbcpenbcnt Sat rii day, Fkhui aky 1, sW. War Declared! Hot :.g:iiiM THE UNITED STATES Uut :'j;iilit TM 1C iVlODKL t a IV ! Hit SIiim- I-:iITn iti tin fit). Hark at u. uentlfintMi.il oii will! Ii.uk loud Ion! We Ulf on :iilli to ni i-:s. I'loin tliis date until the ffiiiii!'. oi Jan uar) :iit. i hir siiofs w ill lf mal kel in Plain Figures -.'. -r fi-nt I-Ion all i-oniM't ilioii. aiiil in addi tion ill permit u t. limine oil Ten Ter Vnt willi eer ca-di'purcliase When oii Imiv Horn us ou art not nbliued t. ja the Io'sm's sustained by tliosf w lio ilo a Credit Business. Troin now on until the aboe date we will sf II riotliin tor Men and r.os at mi the dollar. 4 '.ill ami ee us during this ;reat Sale. Kfseetlull. RYAN & JOSEPH. LOCAL MiEVITlKS. From Wednesday's Daily. Mr. SweritigtMt.of Argos, was in town today. Theo. Cressner was a laportt visitor 1 oi lay. Frank Jlrooke was in Ariros today on business. Mrs. 4'tiancey Mead is reported as he ilig quite 111. Mr. F.rougli, of I...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 February 1896

THE ENGLISH VIFE. . (Max O'lI-MI says tha' the ünMi wife it M)-iitf her husband :it 1 1 1 fireside iu the ticiiing with her carl papers in her hair.) !ßhe w.-r a wreath of roses. 5 The night when first we met; TTrr hair, with careful oiling. ; looked shiny. Mark ami wet. IL-r f.tteps hail tin lightlies ' Of say a mastodon; fAnd oh! she looked eeediug smart, Though hi.il of hue -and 1 . ti. J saw lu-r hut a nioiiu'iit, j Yt rat-thinks I see her now .W'ith l!n- .dimness, style and lightness Of-. -ay a Low Dutch Yrow I A wreath of orange blossoms AY li n next v nat she wore Tlio .-pread of form and features Was nuieh greater than before. And standing by lier sitle was one Who strove. anl strove in vain. To make believe that stub a wife ' AYas a doim-Mie gain. I .saw her but a inoineiit. Yet nit-thinks 1 see her now. VVith her big front teeth projecting. . -V ipivr blend of hot- . ami iw. 'And on again I see that brow No bridal wreath is there-- A riug of curl-papers -oii eaI ; What's l...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 February 1896

fy ManilWs itself in in::ny lür v.t ways, liki? poitro. s Uini;s, rr.rimni: sir l.;:s. t;it rlu urn and j imni'-s an otlitT Tüj tioi:. cari"ly :i man is wholly fni fro:n it. in smite form. It clings tfii:H'iiily i::itil ;t Vfstl'f of mtoiu lons iiMn is cra-ii -;:t;'l from liic M.1 by Hood's S;irs;ipariil:!. i ho'ivm Is of voluntary t(iitniitihiN Ml of Mi:T-ri!i l"ro::i si-rnl'iila, niton inlwriU'd an I niot ti inn i his. j sitiwly, ior lirtly and iwn:i:u:iiit! curcl l.y SR Fl 9 Z fin 4 c5 ba rsapanüa Tlio On Tnu-!:!o mI Pnritirr. All I ruiruri -$1 I'rrpa'i'd only ly f. I. )!mi& t'n.. J.o-.viS!. Mav. Hnnrl'c Pil!- :i,t n.tnii'iii.ilv with IIOUU 1 lilf ),o;rS.tiu;-;thl!;i. y.V. Hundreds of ladles write us that thev " can't find food bindings in our town." It's easy c.ouh if you Insist on I The C.ift of a Good Stomach. I Is ono of tlx most lom fi"nt (or.atlnn vi!' ii;iff! to us ;y natr.ro. How nf;".i i is grossly al'i:si: Whot'ur tho st.ma;-h is naturally v-ak. ov lias lo n roi;ler...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 February 1896

STABLE MADE A PRISON. A QUEER PROPOSAL. Sent to North Carolin Attorney for a .Mal. From the Washington Star: "I was Imprisoned in a stable om-e." said a well-known attorney to a Star wriur. "I had been retained to recover a mule in a mountain county of North (riro lira. The mule had been taken from my client and I obtained a writ of re plevin, under which the sheriff turned the animal over to me. He was placed in a log stable until the case could be tried the next morning. Court con vened about sunrise, under a big oak tree, and the mule was sent tor, but the brute had escaped and could not be found. " 'Cou't will come to order," said the justice, 'an es the critter is gone, the red-headed lawyei'll take his place, beiri' as he was the las' one then hed 'im in charge.' "The trial progressed and judgment was rendered in favor of my client for the mule, but in the absence of the property the justice said .111 i It Cmnie Tar.lllv hut Ua a Mmlcl In lt Ilrevity. An aristocratic young lad...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 5 February 1896

Li SemiWeekf IMAMorril, MARSHALL COt'NTY, INDIANA, WKON KSDA Y, FLmM'ARY f, 18. Voi, II No. L:. Pants! Pants! Pants! J ' A.NU A rodil pair of steel gniy jeans workinir (t OO pants mmlc to order For Two grades corduroy pants, Suits and Overcoats at prices. KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR. Preparan Getting ready line of Xo parallel will le found in this city. It will le the BEST, BIGGEST, and HANDSOMEST line you ever saw. The over-increasing growth in this line has spurred us on to do that which we have done, and fur thermore, years of practical experience have taught us that to he successful in the carpet husiness you must handle it by the roll, and plenty of them. Well, we have got them, and you will not gainsay it when you once have seen the line. You will lind here the cheapest, the medium and the very best. In addition to this, will line of MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS, AND RUGS. Perhaps you will say, u I need a carpet." AVell and good. Come in and let us show you through, quote you prices. Let...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 5 February 1896

i v .IMMI-I!IA. .S. f- M I '11 I. Publishers ar.d Prop a ors fly::outh. - rrj'::i.. MEKCIIAYi'S TO MOVE. WOES OF THE DIG CHICAGO RETAILERS. Cicely Landlords Ir i ve Them Out of DiisIiies-Si!viT ISoiul Kill i'.ivorcd by the Sfii;itt- - liii: Philadelphia lilazc-uicido of a IJauk Cashier. Futtii ly Kent. Men-bants on Sijiu stred. t'liicago, say they have grown tired of giving their en tire profits ! their landlords, and a move ment is now ti t'iM.i for a general exodus froiu that throu'lifare. Wabash avenue will jiruli; most by tie move, if it should be made, :inl 1 -a rborn ami Clark streets, Michigan avenue, ami east and west stnt't!. will also ion.' in 1"t a share of the retail trade should it leave State street. M..re il-an 2ii feet of fn.ntace in State street which was occupied Friday by retail stores was vaeant Saturday. There are at least a do .en important re tail stores, the leases of which expire on May 1 or before, which may be moved from State .irn !. Then are some others ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 5 February 1896

'.vor; ein IiiV ;:). etc-tcgate for cati n-l--;ito in '.mre fr-'-n the see-i:il Territorie-s. a rel .-xl'lit ! ileio-g.itc-H fur the- scveml St.i'. s : :i I T-i Tit-r: s l-:isel UpM-i tlie siler stf.-l :til :is :i iT :i i li nt frotu tin A lin-r ii-.-ui l;i;ii-:iii!'i t'n:.:i. Tin llllIllL-el "f 4lee:t- ;i ' 1 i' 1 Ti eat-h State' and 'i' rriirv siiall l'- a I' il-ws: TO BUILD A NEW CITY. OLD WAR VETERANS GOING TO) THE SOUTH. j A Grand Army Colony in Georgia , Which Irotiiie to Rca Ilijs Success : Liuigrants FJockin In with a West- j trn Hush. The Firnt Tiiwn. A Fitzgerald. Ja.. corresponhnt. unt il. g of the now t'. A. K. ei!otiy being fe.undel there, says: The men who 1" IiuvkI Sherman to the sea are onee more "marching through (Icorgia." Hut t!ie people of tliis State lo not look upon the present invasion with such consternation nt they did on that of over thirty years npo. for this is one of peace the invader have coino to live with the invaded. The movement to colonize members ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 5 February 1896

CI?c3nbcpcnbcnt ZIMMERMAN & SMITH. Prop'rs. A. D. SMITH. Gen l Mgr. sl'I.M KIl'TION 11 K'K One Yar Si .Muiitlt KuttTOtl at the ivostortiee aC Plymouth. Ind., as matter of 1 1 1 second rlass. Tut: saving of destitute and homeless children is a noble work. We believe it is greater, and better than sending money to China or Zulu Land. It is succoring the innocent and extending the hand of charity to the helpless. It is strengthening the foundation of the superstructure which is to be the work of a new generation ami is showing better results proportionate to labor asd money extended than almost any uther line of charitable work. A PROGRESSIVE MOVE. tl. Spangle' New Ouarters Ave a Urvat Improvement Over the M! -Itetler Ar Hiitfeiiieiit And Display. People who were familiar with the store of I-. Spangle in the building re cently vacated by him, can hardly re cognize the same store in the new loca tion threedoors north. With more room, better display and more attractive ar rangement. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 5 February 1896

i ii.- are .iir v.,.,-uity .i.r. Si-wt-.i i.a.ti.'N-i:.mii in n). ..n tiie i :i t -t m i,- Tin" i l:oli-iil:ir ItMturc in Mir li -s i tin- l:.l tint n. ,;iiii.iu- .-.in ..mti ;n.- tiir.Mi-ii iht - ..! , ..or -.'.mIs nia.l." I mm g.-in.iiir S..U.I I.eatli-r iiotlim- .-Im. Mm l.;i.lnV ,-;,r Line in J OUR SPECIALTY! LO XH Hot l l.eat. Ilell) . i ll-li. n,l i I lll.-i aim iiiii n U tin Till .MolKI Store i tin i it. Theres Always Room at theTop a fact we never lse siijlit ot It keeps spurrm i us .n to reacli the highest point ; of perfection in ui line of MATS. They are made of the linest Tins, Hands, ; ',niinK's and Leathers; are .f exceptional hiUh -lade and secml to none. ! XOBHY SPKIXÜ SUITS arrivinir and see us. Hesjiect fully, Ryan & Joseph, Proprietors of The .Model, Plymouth, Indiana. (El?c3nbcpcnbcnt Wi:imiav, Fi:i;i:iaky ö, 1V.M. LOCAL PiRKYITIKS. lTom Saturday's Dally. A. L. Morris was in Marmonl today .1. K. Houghton was in Arg.s j yesterday. j inir lnit will be re-iufrce...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 5 February 1896

n MAKTIIA E. HOLDEN ( AMIiEH). ALIENS AS PATJPEBS. UNWORTHY IMMIGRANTS TO BE BARRED OUT. If We Are to Preserve Our Institu tions and Mai tain the American Standard of Wnces, This Muwt Itc Pone Foreigners nutl Crime. A Nation of Immigrant. Washington correspondence: III regulation of iinniicrutioii is a very jrrave matter that concerns the I'nited States and in Congress at the present time sever al I. ills are pending ;i m u the question f immigration. Perhaps one of the Jest posted men in YVashinpioii on the subject is Senator I.o.J ire, chairman of the immigra tion 'oinmittee. and he h;is intr dneed a hill in the Senate, the main if:i!i!Vi' ot in a is :in 'du at lonal test for immigrants. The (pieot joii of regulating and re tstricting immigration. sail Mr. Lodge in a reeent expression on the subjeet, is one of the gravest which now confront the country. We arc certainly in no present danger of lx-ing overcrowded by lesira ble immigrants, hut we are at thi mo ment overcrowded with ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 5 February 1896

BEST IN" THE WORLD. n w 2V i THH RISING SI N STOVE POLISH in ctIlCS (or jremral blac'-iaj of a stove. THH SUN PASTE POLISH fr a iuli after - diuner shine. a;jliel ati.l y i ,!ie-l with a clatli. A groat many men throughout the coun try, inclutliii plonty of really swell fel lows. Lave pot it into their heads, rightly or wrongly and we are by no means sure that it isn't rightly that there is no rea son why any man should pay more than $..00 to $.1.00 for a air of shoes, and. to say the least, the ilea has this foundation in reason, that excellent shoes are now made for $.'5. To pay $s to $1'J for a pair of shoes is simply throwing away money, and in many rases this is done to gratify a mistaken notion that none lut your fav orite shoemaker is worthy to adorn your feet. The reer.t improvements in shoe ma hi:iTy make it isilIe. as shown ly fA W tlie well-known W. L. Douglas $.' Shoe, More Bros., I'ruys., Canton, Muit.. U.S. . I to produee a shoe to-day that will om- I pare favorably in...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 5 February 1896

IS VOl'l! XAMK llKI'E? PORTRAIT WILL BK DELIVERED SATURDAY FEB. 8. Nearly FiTty rinislietl "Independent" flirt Portrait to lie Delivered sat unlay leb ru:iry S - If Your Name Aie;irs Ilm ( mif I'roniptlv and iet l'iain".. Nearly fifty l.in'i:Mi:T gift ror traits will le "ready for delivery at iiyan A: . Joseph's store in the Model building direct iy i er the lMi:ri:Mi:vi oiliit on Saturday Fei. Nth. Tin: Picti i:rs The I'ieturers will undouhtedly sur pass the most sanguine expectations of our subscribers. The work on them has been executed in a high degree of aitihtic ability, and small photos have been reproduced in crayon with the greatest f:dtiiy to features and out lines. A!! portraits are finished in the most excellent manner, and we do not believethat one of all those who have taken advantage of the Independents gift poi trait proposition will he in the least disappointed. () 1111:1: Oi:ir.i:s This is the first delivery and incluJes only the fust shipment of pictures to our po...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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