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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 February 1901

VIM Beloved Ru!er of British Empire Has Passed Away. 0NSC10US TO THE LAST. Th Hlttory of Her Iteltn Tribute to Her ; r. t Virtu Kilmer and Wwinin Longest Tmn in Kiiff.l-h Hlttory Nlorr of Her l ife. Queea Victoria, the beloved ruler of the British empire, whose sudden illness had attracted the sympathy of the civilized world, died at the palace in Cowos, Is'e of Wight, on TuesJay. She was surrounded by her immediate family and retained consciousness to the la-st. Tho lord chaiilerlain was the first ta officially announce the death, and Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, was the first to be officially informed. He was at the same time notified that he was the nfw ruler of the British empire, or, to be exact. "King of Great Iiritain and Ireland and Emperor of India." Messages a! regret and sympathy soon began to come from the sovereigns of Europe and the executives cf the world's republics. Thuü.iaüs came from private citizens cf English birth from many lands where fortune had led them. ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 February 1901

V 'x ' me 12 owier c SrLör By M. B. M ANW CLL v V - X .. . a. . CHAPTER IX. (Continued..) footstep come behind him. So light Looking on, thankful for his wife's ; was its patter that Paul did not Lear temporary brightness, was Gervis. too , it. much encumbered by his robes of icicles and snow to Join the dancers, anl holding his hand was little, misshapen Syb she, too, perforce, being a spectator and never an actor in th; merry games of life. "It's a pretty sieht, iu't it. little ßyb? heartily said Gervis. determined In hl3 honest, manly fashion to be proud of the wife he had won. Gladdy, light as a piite, was Parting up and down in the old-fashioned dance, and every eye was tixed upon her dainty figure, in its d;es of silTery brocade. She, too, had blood-red berries fastened in the folds of her wedding gown and a great bunch on her left shoulder. "If Leila had on a dress of silver brocu.de. and diamonds on her neck, she would look a thousand times prettier than that thin girl!" was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 February 1901

CÜ?e3nbcpen&cnt Friday, Fliwu aky 1, IImjI . Philip D. ArmouiV estate valued at $ i ,000,000, all but .$ 100,000 of which i tea'.ty. The principal legatees are the widow and on. The grandchildren will each receive $2 ,OO0,OOO. Neelv says: "Had I been deirous of stealing froru the government, why did I not steal when there was a chance for me to teal something worth while?" To a disinterested observer it appears that Neelv did make pretty good ue of his opportunities The inability of the opponents of the countv and township reform laws to rally their forces so as to endanger the continuance of these laws may be accepted as evidence that the people are pretty well satisfied with them and that there is no popular sentiment in favor of their repeal. With professional politicians these laws have never been popular. The Cuban question is becoming one of the most important ami troublesome for the immediate consideiation of congress and may necessitate an extra session of congre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 February 1901

oiralh tlL County Library Jull 00 f r OL. i. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1901. No. 9. K AT "fl T: tl Viar shall C epeedeeto DAVIS' RESOLUTION. THE DEMOCRATIC LEADER OF HOUSE INTIMATES SERIOUS CONDUCT. Uurilcn of the .1 eftr rnoii i il le lri-..n Will ll:teto F:u Many (har.; Whi Ii lit Will lir I imllr to Anttr .ilul. lorUv !! i urf to lit Outlet). Indianapolis, Feb. 5. Representative Cyrus F. lMvis, the leader of the minority in the house, wcke up the natives yesterday afternoon when he offered the following resolution: "Whereas, a joint committee of the Benatear.il house of representatives of the general assembly has been appointed to investigate the affairs of the Indiana reformatory, at .Jeflereonville, Ind.; and "Whereas, No definite and specific charges have been officially placed hefore eaid committee for investigation, and "Whereas, The indulgence of general and indefinite accusations is both unfair to the institution investigated and its officers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 February 1901

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C W. METSKE, Pub. and Prop. FIrYMOTJTH, - - INDIANA. H LINCOLN! Sm Mon Tue Weil Tim Tri &il T 3 4-5 6 7 A 9 io li 12 13 14 Mm 17 1fll9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26127 20 fm j i m itenr of Gcnpra! Interest Told in Paragraph: COMPLETE iEWS SUMMARY I.foonl of H pix n.tii of Mid-Ii or Little Iiiiport;tiM-n from .Mi Part of tli CTv-ili-l UiirM I im i'l-Qi, ltnterpri-i, .ct-Mut. r-1 i t .. rimes and War. Itik. l Voi k st.ii; sot iously but not d ing'Tuu.-dy ill. Jtuiiaa MViTüniiif n.iv of departure of anarch;-: from United Stafts b iH-.i s.-unat : King Victor. Combined in v--::i"-i:t. of Drang" Riwr command s t.,wani Cape Colony reported it Cape Tow. Havan.i iip.-t- .-ng:es's plan for esuhlishii:; relation.- l.;-.vet-n Unitd UJ te-. and Cuba. Mov m.nt l-gun in Philippines for Republican party or;- tu iation on a peace pkitfoi ra. Venezuelan gowrntU'nt; threatening: to oust AniPi it aus from Pitch Lake. Civil war and battle in which 7.000 "were kille 1 reported ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 February 1901

EXPOSITION FIGURES. SOME ASTONISHING FACTS ABOUT THE PAN-AMERICAN. Niagara Falls Will Sipply Power, and Over 300,000 Electric Lights Will Be Used in the Illumination of the Tower and Courts. Forty million people live within a night's ride of Buffalo. It is expected that a large proportion of these will rlsit the Pan-American Exposition at some time during its progress. Many will visit it five, ten, or twenty or more times. Niagara Falls will prove a treat magnet In drawing visitors to the Exposition. Altogether It is fair to expect that the attendance at this first Exposition of all the Americas will be the largest in the history of Expositions in either the New World or the Old. Ten million dollars represents approximately the coat of the Exposition, exclusive of exhibits. The authorized capital stock of the Exposition Is $2,500.000. The authorized bond issue Is $2,500,000. The government appropriation is $."00,000. The cost of the Midway Is $3,000,000. The New York state appropria...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 February 1901

Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble and Don't Know it. How To Find Oat. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twenty-four hours: a sediment or setf- - . thng indicates an J "WVi unhealthy condirsH'O ; tion cf ki,i1 y neys; if it stains ' vrmr rr. it i J WW. llllll Ik 1.1 evidence of kid ney trouble: too v frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order. What to Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's SwampRoot, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of iiqucr, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day. and to get up many times during the night. The miid and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 February 1901

J MODEL CASH SHOE STORE Next Door to Postoffice. a--.ws k v.Exclusive Shoe stores are compelled to make ALL their PROFITS on SHOES. The stortthat sells SHOES, CLOTH I G AND FrRMSHING GOODS makes a small prolit on all lines, hence SELLS SHOES MUCH CHEAPER than exclusive shoe stores. Doingr a strictly CASH BUSINESS and buying DIRECT from the MANUFACTURER enables us to undersell all competi tion. See our Shoes and price them. M. RYAN, TMR CASH SHOE MAX. (CI?e3nbepenfcent Friday, Ffukuaky 8, moi. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday' Dallv. Small pox is reported in liutler, Ind. C. A. Hite was called to Ft. Wavne on business today. Henry Markp, of Sooth Dfend, was a Plymouth visitor today. Ii. Y. Parke, of Bourbon, waa a Plymouth visitor today. V. T. Siple, of South beod, transacted business here today. O. I. Uair, of Indianapolis, was in this city today on business. W. F. Home, of south Hend, was in this city on business today. J.C. Bunnell is in Kalamazoo and Grand Kapids on business today. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 February 1901

V vV X. t ,t pk 's ts I Ifl the Fowler's By M. D. MANWELL V S V x V1 Ji ' a S S 'V S .'S S ' s "is V CHAPTER X. (Continued.) "Better send the young people to fced, it 13 now daylight almost," suggested the elders, and they carefully pvoided looking at each other. That some terrible calamity had happened even Lady Jane, -whose first fear had been that the bride had run away, was fully convinced. "But, Leila, you will stay by me?" jjuavered the mistress ot the house, puddenly transformed Into a brokenpäown old woman. "I will, dear aunty," gravely said keila. "I shall see little Syb safe in ted, then I shall return to you." Leila Desmond, slenderly graceful, ott and caressing, womanly to the finger-tips, was yet one of those loyal, strong natures we turn to lean upon In the "day of trouble." Gervis gave her one look of reverence, then he placed his arm round that mother for wuorn he and this "perfect woman, nobly planned" had sacrificed themselves so fatally. Every Lour was bringing ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 February 1901

CAUGHT BY GRIP B Released by Pe-ru-na Congressman Howard's Recovery Congressman Geo, H. White's Case II l -Jg. pSw II : w-RS? 1 8T7 fir II La Grippe is 'püleuiic catarrh. It pare:; no class or nationality. The cultured and the ignorant, the ari.st curat and the pauper. The masses and the clashes are alike subject to la grippe. None are exempt all are liable. Have you the grip? Or. rather, has the grip got you? drip i.s well named. The original French term, la grippe, .has been shortened by the busy American to read "grip." Without intending to do so a new word has been coined that exactly describes the ease. As if some hideous giant with awful Grip had clutched us in its fatal clasp. Men, women, children, whole towns and cities are caught in the baneful rip of a terrible monster. lt;-ru-iii For Jrlj. Mrs. Dr. C. D. Powell. President of Epworth League, also President of Loyal Temperance L?gion, writes from Chehalis, Wash.: "1 have ufd several remedies in oases (if severe colds and la...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 February 1901

gyinttr m$ & 5s Shoe Repairing quickly done by and neatly an experi enced shoemaker. Bring in Your Work. Best quality Felts and -Snag-Proof Overs with rolled edge, for $1.1)8 Best quality Snag-Proof Overs for $1.50 A good Felt for 50c Best grade Mishawaka Buhher Boots, only $2.f5 Best quality Men's Cloth Alaskas for $1.00 Men' Arctics, WomenV Arctics, Boys,' Arctics, Misses' Arctic, Children's Arctics ami, in fuct, anv and all kinds of Rubber Overshoes. IK ICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST. 3 I P HflRTI CASH SHOE STORE ja I. I LL 0 KENDALL BLOCK. (Cl?e3nbcpenbcnt Fhiday, Fkiskuauy , ! Victoria's funeral was about the merriest e ent thi old world ever saw. The committee on incuts should start a circus. ait sure-enough promoter. auapolis Sun. hullj The big snow torm that visited this city Sunday extended over the entire northwest and it was the heaviest and most extended fall of the beautiful that this region has experienced in many years. The predictions are for colder weather and a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 February 1901

Marshall County Independent) Library JullW County PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1901. Vol. No. 10. FARMERS' INSTITUTE ONE OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL SESSIONS EVER HELD. Hon. Alex. .lohn! nni Mr. Naomi DeYillis. of Ft. Wayne, Anions; the Lea.liiiK Speakers I-oui- Slmtford. of Spoke of the Sugar-Reet I ndiiftry A SiMTfusful Woman" Se--ion. The eleventh annual session of the Marehall County Farmers' institute was called to order at 10 a. m. Wednesday by its president, E M Freeze, of Wet-t township. A large attendance was at hand. C. T. Mattingly gave the address of welcome and was followed by an address on "The -'armer' Wife's (Jarden," given by the Hn. Alx Johnson, of Ft. Wajne. His address was full of wit and humor and was also full of in Btruciive ideas. It was appreciated ty all present. He was followed by a speech from J. A. McFarlin, of Twin Lakes, on 44 Fences on the Farm," which was very interesting. The session was theo adjourned till 1 o'clock. The Wedn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 February 1901

THE WEEKLY MDEPEÜDENT. a W. METSKEa, Pah. and Projx. yisY ÄOUTH, - INDIANA. Ü W1S0F IDE m Items of General Interest Told in Paragraphs COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY Record of Happenings of Mach or Llttl Importance from All rart of th C1tllizel tVorld Incident, Enterprises, Accidents, Verdict. Crimes and War. Chief Justice aicClellan, Alabama Supreme court, shot through shoulder by Jesse B. DeaJe or Phelan Dealer, Lis son, who were searching for a person who eloped with Miss Beale. Uerniudez Asphalt company said to be negotiating for vessels at Jacksonville, Fix, to land men and arms in Venezuela. Vice-President Paul Morton of tha Santa Fe, Iiis v.i-fe, and Miss IIo"vrard narrowly escaped drowning in California. Citizens of Alton, 111., startled by details of blackmailing plot. Wealthy relations refused to go 'bail for prisoners:. Three men arrested at Manilla, la., charged with stealing $40,000 from United States Express company's safe. Mass meeting at Topoka, Kzls., ordered saloons closed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 February 1901

I ELECTRIC WONDERS UnpoLi-oJleled Display Oct the Pen-Amorico.n Exposition. Progress in Electrical Science Will Bo Illustrated in Ol Most Comprehensive Motnner at the Great Show Next Summer. Ultvtiical illuminations and electrica! exhibits will form conspicuous features at the Pan-American exposition as Is eminently fitting in view of the marvelous progress made in electrical science during the past d-cade and In view of the proximity to the exposition grounds of the great plants at Niagara Fails from which the electric power is generated. The electrical Illuminations of the Position will be achieved in connection with the Electric Tower, the fountains and other hydraulic displays and in the outlining of the different buildings by rows of incandescent lamps. There will be combined water and electric effects and tho centrr.l figure of the whole setting will, of course, be the Electric Tower, with its most wonderful and beautiful electrical display. The Electricity Building ltelf has ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 February 1901

Over-Work weakens Your Kidneys. J Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. AH the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. -rL. - l j S3 AtK b,oocI Purifiers- thy fiIrtr?,Qr:;v 11 ter out the waste or impurities in the blood. If they are sick or cut r '7 WJJ3 t"ir work. A I Paini aihc: a rheu matism come from excess cf uric acid in the blood, due to neglected kidney trouble. Kidney trouble causes q'iick 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 consider j that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly a!! 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 sta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 February 1901

MODEL CASH SHOE STORE .Ntxt Door to Postofiice. Exclusive 5hoe Stores are compelled to make ALL tntir PROFITS on SHOES. The store that sells SHOES, CLOTHING AND FTRMSHING GOODS makes a small profit on all line, hence SELLS SHOES MUCH CHEAPER rhan exclusive shoe tore. Doing a strictly CASH BUSINESS and buying DIRECT from the MANUFACTURER enable us to undersell all competition. See our Shoes ami price them . M. RVAX, THE CASH SHOE MAX. 0?e3nbcpenbent Friday, Fehiu auy 15, vjoi. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Fvlday'f Dally. Harry lit-azeU, of Chicago, was in the city today on business. Andrew Kid?, of Fort Wayne, transacted business here tod3y. Mrs. C. L. Moore, of S uth Hend, is tbe gue9t of relatives in this city. Mrs. Samuel Fryman, of Smtta Bend, is the guest of relatives soutn of this city. Lee Kendall returned to Chicago today, alter a few days" visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Liggett returned to their home in Hradford, Ohio, today, after a two weeks' visit here. Mrs. (leorge ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 February 1901

V i- .,. ,,. A TKBTTy jfr COM TAßflO yV 3j' Louise Tied or d. . . . . .. ... . f v , . ,, ptK CHAPTER I. The cms was turned up to its fall ariqht aii'I ilared r.ui.sily .a tin; front parlor of a lodging hou.-e in the siib'irhs of London. Just u::(i"rntjath it, s.i thnt the bright light illiai.ined the varying shaIe of Ler auburn hair, sat n girl, with the advertise ment sheet t the Daily Mail lai-i upon the table :t'tvrf her. One linger passed rap-dly iown the columns. ' i wish I wciv a cook, .Wvilh Here hp rooks required of every siz and -h.ipe. no limit to either nsre or sex, -ipparenily. I cM'tM et a doz?n situations tomorrow if I could roast a jr.::i properly. n:i! I coaid tain a 1'or- : :r:o if I could do made dishes." The brother that Janetta Howard v '.lives.--a v.u.-, a ood-lookins Ia.1 i- o:t y.: :: old. with dark appea!eye.., and tlo-Lly-eroj.p :d curly riuir. Tli-.' t ie,' was spoiled by the purpojf I. s-. weak mouth and the chara terl-.s chin. H reclined in an easy :hair...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 February 1901

eoni SSM HOWARD Of National Reputation Are the Men Who Recommend Peruna to Fellow Sufferers A Remarkable Case Reported from the State of New York CONGRESSMAN HOWARD OF ALABAMA House of Representatives, Washington, Feb. 4, 1899. f The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio Gentlemen "1 have taken Peruna now for two weeks, and find I am very much relieved. I feel that my cure will be permanent. I have also taken it for la jjrippe, and I take pleasure in recommending: Peruna as an excellent remedy to all fellow suffer-crs."-M. W. Howard. Congressman Howard's home address is Fort Payne, Ala. Mooi" jx-oIe think thai catarrh is a disease confined to the head and nose. Nothing is farther from the truth. It may bo that the nose and throat is the oftcnet affected by catarrh, but if thi.- U so it is so oa'y because these parts are more exposed to the vicissitudes of the climate than the other parts of the body. Every oryan. every duU. every cavity cf the human body is liable to catarrh. A multit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 February 1901

I Keep Yoor Feet i Shoe Repairing. We do the very best work in Plymouth on short notice. Brinjj u your repairing. A Good Felt at 50c Women's warm lined Shoes, taV, $1.25, $1.;55, $1.50 In Rubbers of all kinds for men's, ladies', boys', misses' and children's wear, we have a complete line. All you have to lo is to call at our store, where you will always get the best at lowest prices. I j r UADTI C'Q CASH SHOE STORE J Ji Ii nHll I LL 0 KENDALL BLOCK - - PLYMOUTH g CI?c3nöepenbent Fkiday, Fkuküaüy lö, lnoi. With its uMial good judgment the Elkhart Keview says: The effort to legislate osteopathy out of the state is ignoble. If the theory has no value, it jeopardizes no one's health or welfare except the profit of physicians. It is not on a par with faith cures, etc., but a practical method of healing, as applied to many diseases at least. Logansport merchants are following Anderson in ridding themselves of trading stamps. They are right. They will save by such action thou sands of doll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 February 1901

: ety tadepe Comity Librir? JuUOO Vol. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1901, No. 11. Marshall Coo A 4. LONELY MAJORITY. REPORT HANDED IN ON TRADINGSTAMP BILL. Th AHfnil Minority lU'port for Hit- Hill Ailopirtl y tl- Sffl- -Paact- of ltUill Now l'rartn'itlly V""''. The Indianapolis News of Tuesday savs: "The senate, a short time before the noon fcJjonrnmenr, today, voted to accept a so called 'minority' report favoring the passage of Representative Metsker's anti-trading-stanip bill, which has caused much discussion among members of the legislature. Two reports were handed in from the committee on judiciary by Senator Jos, in the absence of Senator Brooke, chairman of the committee. When the reports were read it was announced that the maj rity favored the indefinite postponement ot the bill arid the minority report favored its passage. Seuator Lambert, a member of the committee, asked that the names eigned to the two reports be read, and it wa found that the ...

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