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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 January 1901

THE WEEKLY II1DEPEHDEIIT. C W. METrJKEB, Pmb. and Prop. rXY2I0UTH, . - HTDZA2TA. Hi Items of General Interest Told in Pararaphst COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY Record of H.ipM-nln of Much or Little Import nur frtm All Farts of the Civilized W,rld Price of Irui I'rudui'ti in Western Markets. General orders from Philippines doscribe (J;u;ri:a de Honor" band of natives organized for anamination. Pope approved Vatican budget for 10m 1 amounting to $l,7io,o: ). Contributions to t.v's pence $5,i oo.uoO. Total t o n t r : L a t '. i . ; ' . 0 . ' "j U ,0 c 0. Passeng r train on the Northern Pacific ..:::-.s through a culvert and coaches are totally wrecked. Judge iiichard Yates was inaugurated governor of Illinois at Springfield Monday. Highw a men at Chicago beat a bookmaker with revolvers and rob him of $300 in money and jewelry. Five ergons are killed and fcfty injured in a panic during a performance in We.st Twelfth street Turner hall, I Chicago. i Advices from Creat Britain are to j the effect...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 January 1901

TALMAGE'S SERMON. HEAVEN AWAITS TRUE DISCIPLES OF CHRIST. Telia What May Be Ei pre ted In tho N'rx World by Thoe Who Faithfully bene toi and Help Their i'ellow Mru Iteward of Self Sacrifice. (Copyright. 15C1. by Louis Klopsch. N. T.) Washington, Jan. 13. In a very novel way Dr. Talmage in this discourse describes what may be expected in the next world by those who here bend all their energies in the right direction; text, II. Peter i.. 11: "For so an entrance shall be ministered unto you abundantly." Different styles of welcome at the gate of heaven are here suggested. We all hope to enter that supernal capital through the grace that is ready to save even the chief of sinners. But not now. No man healthy of body and mind wants to go now. The man who hurls himself out of this life is either an agnostic or is demented or finds life insufferable and does not care where he lands. This is the best world we ever got into, and we want to stay here as long as God will let us stay. But when ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 January 1901

The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist. TUc Discoverer cf Swamp-Root it Werk 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 axe often 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 cf 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. Y. and men...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 January 1901

" " " Quality is Kept Up. We refuse all kinds of meat that is not first class. If you are equally as particular, we can count on you as a regular customer. Think of the quality first and the price afterwards. Judged that way, all our meats will he acknowledged as really the cheapest. J. E, TURNER'S POPULAR MEAT MARKET. I?e3nbepenbent Fiuday, Januaki' 18, UK)1. LOCAL BREVITIES. From FVldar .Dally. Dunn? the Ittst six months of l'.KX) there were t5S deaths from typhoid fever in Indiana. The members of the house and senate at the sf ate capital were sworn in about 1 1 o'clock Thursday. Mrs. K. C. Kloepfer went to Milwaukee, Wi., this noon to visit friends and relatives for a few weeks. John C. Howies returned to his hone in Chicago this noon after a few days' visit with relatives in Argos. Mr. and Mrs. Graham Kose, of HourDon township, celebrated their twenty-fifth marriage anniversary Sunday. Nearly all the trains on the Penney!vania line were late od account of the heavy enow both ea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 January 1901

Ma V V V v V . .,. . V ,,.. ,V Pi Ir tKe ITowie A. A. Vet By M. D. -t .. . . .. CHAPTER VI (Continued.) Diana, who feared him with an intensity that increased as time spt'd by, was left more and mo alone in tlin little set of rooms at -Montreal, until life became a dull and hopeless bur- den for her. There was no ray of in- Cervis' wife." terest in her heavy face tonight as she : Hravely the words came, but tliey asked for her husband's news, l'aul j wrung the heart of the gentle speaker. oa the other hand, was quivering with "And, Syb. ant you take it in. once unrepressed excitement. and for all. that we are not sent into "I have got a fortune in my fingers, j the world to snatch at as much hapDiana a fortune. I teli you!" he said j niness and self-pleasing as we can? In jubilantly, as he drew up his chair to j onj0P t0 copy our drar Ixml oven the littie round supper table, from j faintly, we must each fcive up'somewhich Diana had risen to greet him. ; thing, and go on giving up un...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 January 1901

PRESBYTERIAN PASTOR A .s;T-r- M I1..: M ,yjSjiy üj aä Mtr' -.-j-.,' 1 l1 ,..,v A11 I .iv.'A 3-" First Presbyterian Church of Greensboro, Ga., and Its Pastor and Elder. The day was when men of prominence hesitated to give their testimonials to proprietary medicines f jr publication. T.üs remains true today of most proprietary medicines. But Pevxinu has become so justly famous, its merits are known to so many people oü hi?Ii ami low stations, that no one hesitate.-; to m hi.s name in print recomiiH Uiiiii.i- 1'eruna. The highest men in our nation har? given iVmua a strong endorsement. Men representing nil classes and stations are equally represented. A iii,nit:d representative of the Presbyterian church in the person of Rev. . G. Smith does not nesitat1 to state publicly that he has used Peruna in his family and found it cured when other remedies failed. In thi3 statement the Rev. Smith Is supported by en elder in his church. Rf v. E. H. Smith, pastor of the Preshyterian church of Gre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 January 1901

2 SATURDAY, IIS id j OUR I Special Sale ! CLOSES. 1 si First quality Rubber Boots for men $2.65 Best grade Rubber Boots for Boys, sizes run from 1 to f, go at $2.25 Rest quality Ladies' Rubber Boots go at $i-75 Ladies' Storm Overs, best grade 50c You will find that a great many dealers will charge you the same price for second quality Rubbers that we charge you for first quality. Trade at a Cah Store and you will always buy goods right. Give us a call. I I r II A DTI C'Q GASH SHOE STORE - Ji Ii nHll I LL V KENDALL BLOCK - - PLYMOUTH ß (Ef?e3nbepenbcnt Friday, January 18, 1131. Thomas M. Patterson, editor and proprietor of the Mountain News, at Denver, Col., has been elected successor to United States Senator Wolcott. He is also a lawyer and formerly lived in Indiana. As a result of the Cudahy kidnapping, bills are being introduced into many state legislatures defining the offense and providing for the punishment of offenders. Asa rule the penalty proposed is pretty severe. Col. W.J,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 January 1901

TL 1 Co Edepeedeet Vol. 7. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, .JANUARY 25, 1901. Q30 No. T. Mars WAS TAKEN TO OHIO. MARVIN KUHNS DELIVERED OVER TO WARDEN OF OHIO PRISON. Like the Oriirer Dirt Not Their I'ol i I Think. tlte Potato i an't be Kenten - Wonltl Hr Killl - 'utr. i f He Httil Gotten the Irop on Them. The people of this city were startled .Ian. IT, when it was announced that the two prisoners brought to this city by Officers Cheney and Marshall were Marvin Kuhns and his brother. OrtictTs Cheney and Marshall went to Otterbein Thursday, Jan. 17, and paid the reward of 50 and tuck charge of the prisoners and the team and drove to Lafayette. There the team was given to Mr. Pomeroy and Edwin Hürden, who started home with it at once. The prisoners were then taken to Logansp -rt in order to make connections with the Yandalia train to bring them to this city. They were a once removed to the police station at Logannport wheie one of them waa identified by U. A. Summers, a ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 January 1901

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. CL W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. i tstiil! Of II ! !,;.,:.-. c: Oiwra1 Interest Told in Paragraphs. C:WPLETE NEWS SUMMARY ! i I.- i-rl of Il.topenlnirs of 31 noli or Little I I 'i-j-i-r mire Irom AT. 1'arU of the Civ- j in.-. I V. orl.l l'rice of Farm J'roduct in Woleru .Market. ' .'::. J.tuics Drumgoule climbed oyer v :;':;,v Lars in Union depot, St. Paul, : : . i i'. ii twenty-five feet, fracturing her i -iviii name of J. E. Scotford, i hi. .:... c iu:nlttcd suicide on a Grand r:i.:,Iv i near C;ssopolis, Mich. I-1. ii: i '; young women and twelve yoiii...: ..it .i t,i Messiah Episcopal t t h eaoir. New York, went on strike i; i uk minister accused tliem o: i-'. U ioiu r A. T. Coleman wrecked off Atlantic City. Crew rescued by life- . iv e.s. I'ive Chinese slaw girls sold at auct.o.i in San Francisco, bringing big Kmpioyes of i iv ü ice companies in Milwaukee fought Sunday on the river. Mrs. Nina Vail, wife of the lie v. Charles 11. Vail, who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 January 1901

TA L31 AGE'S SEltMON. THE DOOR OF CHRISTIAN RELIGION OPEN TO ALL. Timely DUcourse on the Ocornlon of the Twentieth Anniversary f the Uowfrj llsnioiis in New York City tCopvrisht. by I.oui-5 Kiopsch. N. Y.) New York, Jan. fJO. On the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the liowery minion Jan. 12. Dr. Tallage preached to a st audience at the New York Academy of Music. M nisters of all denominations were present. The text was. John x, 16, "Oaer ineep I have which are not of this fold." There is no monopoly in religion. The grace of (Jod is not a little property that we may fence on and have all to uii; selves. It is not a king's park, at which we look through a barred gateway, wishing that we might go in ami see the statuary and the deer and the royal conservatory. No; it is a Father's orchard, and everywhere there are bars that we may let down and gates that we may swing open. Well, my friends, there are Christian men who have the church under severe guard. There is fruit in this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 January 1901

DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK ? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everybody who reads the newspapers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr. !t Kilmer's Swamp-Roct, II the rreat kidnev. liver U iJSrtJ li and bladder remedy. Jt Vt EVCf f It is the rreat medirü cal triumph of the nine's . u r J: l covered aner years ot '!! sHenf if ir- r-ar.-h hv -5 Dr. Kilmer, the emi nent Kianey ana Diaader specialist, and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, kidney, biaddr. uric acid troubles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work, in private practice, among the helpless ioo poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not alread...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 January 1901

THE MODEL Cash Shoe Store Ntxt Door to Postoffice. i-n- . i! I'S v Üj CS- Ü Our January Shoe Sale is attracting a great number of careful buyers. It is juite clear th. t the goods we fell give satisfaction. Many people come hack to buy. None come back to complain. Dointr a STRICTLY CASH bus. iness for the last SIX YEARS and buvinjr direct from the manufacturer enables us to save you mo-iey. Trv us. You will be pleased. M. RYAN, THE CASH SHOE MAX. (El?e3nbepenbent Fill DAY, .1 ANUAltY 23, 1101. LOCAL BREY1TIKS. From Friday' Dallv. M. O. Murray, of Chicago, was in this city on business today. O. 1. !Jair, of Indianapolis, was in this city today on buFinees. A little boy is reported at the home of Harry Chester, of Elkhart. Mr. and Mrs. Corl, of Henton Harbor, are the guests of re atitea ia this city Mrs. I). E. Moore is visiting relatives and frlend9 in I'ierceton for a few days. Mre. H. H. Miller is in liremen at the bedside of her mother, who is very sick. Mrs. W. II. Albert went to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 January 1901

itcy.i tüti.y.t.itty'2'2'i' I lr the Fowler's ... rr . . . CS mre n s. By M.D.MANWELL ' ' "v 'V A CHAPTER VIII. A fzw hours later Temple-Dene was ablaza with lights that flashed down on a brilliant scene Dinner was just ovor, an.1 the gentlemen as well as the ladies hid deserted the dining room; for outside, under the solemn Christmas .stars, and drawn up in a semicircle on tho snow-covered terrace, were the mummers shouting in coarse arisen an old world catch: "God rest you. mercy gentlemen, IiCt nothing you dismay!" In the large hall, where the vivid tolly berrie. blazed red on the steel armor of the knightly figures, and in feblons on the tapestried v. alls, a good- iy company was asemi;ea tne house party of guests, with a background ot the domestic of the establishment. '"And this is England, and an English Christmas eve!" A pair of small, thin hands were childishly clapped. "Oh, 1 nover dreamed it would be so lovely, so delightful!" A bread siu.le went round, for the xoited spe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 January 1901

AN INNOVATION. The Louisville & Nashville It. R., together with its connecting lines, has inaugurated the Chicago & Florida Limited, which is a daily, solid train, wide vestibuled, steam heated, ga3 lighted, with dining car service for all meals en route from Chicago to Thomasvillr, Ga., Jacksonville and St. Augustine, Fla. The train leaves Chicago over the Chiraro & Eastern Illinois tracks at 11:00 a. m., running via Evansville, Nashville, Birmingham and Montgomery, Plant System to Jacksonville, and Florida East Coast to St Augustine, arriving at the latter city at 7:20 the next evening, making the fastest time ever made between these points. The train has annex slreper, leaving St. Louis at 2:13 p. m., which also runs through. Mr. C. L. Stone, General Fus.seiiscr Agent, Louisville & Nashville 11. II., Louisville. Ky., will answer all inquiries concerning this train and furnish printed matter concerning it. SHOO Howard, SIOO. The read...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 January 1901

Ef?e3nbcpenbent Friday, January 25, 1901. Hanna has not given up hopes of getting the ship subsidy bill through during the present session of congress, lie has evidently been getting some encouragement. The death of Queen Victoria Tuesday removed from the throne of England one of the greatest rulers known to history, after a reign of sixty-three years. Her son, the Prince of Wales, will ascend the throne and hereafter be known as K i n r Edward VII. Tuesday of last week Hon. Cha. II. Reeve, of Plymouth, celebrated his 79tn birthdny. Mr. Reeve is one of Marshall county's sterling citizens and besides having done much in the interest of his fellow citizens of that county, he has become widely known as one of Indiana's eminent writers and publicist!. His is an honored old age and all who know him will join the Times in the wish that his remaining years on earth may be years of tranquility and happiness, which he has richly earned. South Hend Times. Judge Baker, of the United States cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 February 1901

1 FSfifi y mniciiepee Count Iabrary Juii 00 01.. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY', INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1901. No. 8. 1" Connet demit IM LI, PASSKS HOrsK. THE HOUSE PASSES REPRESENTATIVE METSKER'S TRADING -stamp BILL. The Vole X.mmI t.H to IS in F:ivor of ItPa!;i;r It o üor totli Ail(rr l-U-r-l ly !:! lit at i kir i:-nie iiif Himi !- vt a- Taken. Indianapolis, .Ian. .'51. The hill to abolish the u?e of trading stamp3, in troduced in t tie house by Hepreeentalivtf Metsker was pat?ed by the house yesterday by a vote of 75 lor to IS ugaiust. The till now goes to (lie senate. It is thought that it i certain f pass in that body. Some cf the ablest at'ornevb in Indiana have eiven it. a their opinion that the bid, when it becomes a law, will be a constitutional bw. Mr. Metsker indiscussing the bill first explained the plan b which the trading stamps are used anil then spoke substantially a follows: "i believe that this bill should pass on the giound of public policy; on the ground that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 February 1901

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C W. METSKEÜ, Pub. and Prop. f PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. Ill IM II WEEK IteTS of Genera! Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY Krrorl of Happening of Marti or Little Importune from All Fart of tlie CItll.zed A orUl Incident. Ku terprlne. Accidents, Verdict. Crime and War. Party of scientists to visit Alaska r.ext summer to investigate mirage of ' The Silent City." Conditions in northwestern Luzon so peaceful that officers will aake thuir families there. King, parliament and public of Italyunited in tribute to the late composer Verdi. Senjr Varona says Cuba 13 not yet ripe Lr constitutional rule. Duke of Roxburgh may wed W. W. Rstor's daughter. Kengious orders in France defended by Pope Leo. Dr. M. Jt Rodermund, who exposed himself to smallpox at Applfcton, Wis., escaped from quarantine and is supposed to be in Chicago. Uuthbun, who assisted him, put in penthouse. Irs. Weiib and Stewart, who accompanied Theodore Roosevelt on his hunt in Colorado, say...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 February 1901

PSEME GREAT PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION An Enterprise of VaLst Proportions and UnpoLroJled Magnificence, Illustrating Progress in the Western Hemisphere During the Nineteenth Century. As a beautiful spectacle, tho PanAmerican Exposition will surpass any former enterprise of Its character. It will delight and satisfy the eye, and memory will Ions: retain the picture presented. The style of architecture Is a free treatment of the Spanish Renaissance, and the architects have made the most of the opportunity to enhance its picturesqueness. The buildings are covered with staff, which is molded into thousands of fanciful shapes, and color is used with such excellent effect as to evoke the name of "Rainbow City" for the ensemble of Exposition palaces. It Is the first attempt to produce a harmonious color tchem at an exposition, and Is a grand success. Sculpture adds greatly to the effect, m? jVstic statues and costly modeled gro::ps boir.g upon the buildings and bruises and in the courts. Ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 February 1901

111 . . -i Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidnev Trouble. Kidnty trouble preys upon the mind, discourages and lessens ambition: beauty, vigor ar.a .cneertiilnes.s roon disappear A.hen the kid ffi neys are out of order r or diseased. l'L t j . ii i . rsiuney irouo.e r.abecome so prevalent that it is not uncommon n; yWX A t for a chili to be Urn cted with weak kidIf the child urin- : too often, if th urine scalds the flesh or if. whn the child reaches an age when it ;hcuid be abie tc control the passage, it is yet afflic:cd with bed-wetting, dener.d upon it. the cause o; the difficulty iz kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpieasan: trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and net to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The nvld and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon reaitr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 February 1901

MODEL r i QU CHOF CTAHC Nt t Door to Postoffice. V; r 1 - i - E.xclusive 5hoe Stores are compt-ile! to make ALL their TROTHS on SHOES. Th- ..rv that ells SHOES, CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS makes a maU profit on .-til line-, hence SELLS SHOES MUCH CHEAPER than exclusive shoe store-. Doing a strict i CASH BUSINESS ami huvinir DIRECT from the MANUFACTURER enables us to undersell all competition. See our Shoes ans! price them. M. RYAN, THK CASH HOIC MAN. CI?c3nbcpcnbent FlUDAY, FiatUl'AlCY 1, ltl. LOCAL BREVITIES. From FVidar' railv. Fred Myers is reported quite sick to day. lr. C. A. HoHzendorti went to Lapaz on professional nusine? this noon. Mrs M. W. Simons is reported quite sijk today having a severe attack of lagrippe. Mis? Aldi Beil, of South liend, is the guest of relatives and friends in ibis city. Mr. and Mrs. (Jeo. Myers and children of Laporte, are the guests of relative west of this city. Mrs. John Shearer, after visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mike Fettere, returned to her h...

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