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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 February 1901

THE WEEKLY IliDEPEIIDEIIT. 0. W. 2f ETSKKB, Pub, sad Prop. PliTgOTTTH, - - nrPIAITA. Ii EVENTS Of II IEK items of Genera! Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY 1 'M of Happeolnfs Mack r Little In lortam-e from All Part of the Civilized World locldeat. Enterprises, Acrldeats, Verdicts. Crime aad War. Lritish correspondents in. south Africa, say De Wet is in a bad predicament, and that news of highest importance may be expected at any moment, i American concessionnalres said to have received $35,000,000 for rights in Hankow-Cauton railroad. Condition of all tirades in Germany serious. Thousands of idle workmen in Berlin. Chicago Federation of Labor sent letter of defiance to Samuel Gompers. Purcha&e of State Island land said to be for great ship yard. Quacks at Hot Springs, Ark., thrive by fleecing visitors to health resort. E. R. Lyons, former Chicago lawyer, reported murdered in Philippines. Fire in building at 173 and 174 Monroe street, Chicago, caused loes...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 February 1901

The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist. The Discoverer of Swamp-Root at Work la His Laboratory. There is a disease pr?vai!ir; in this country most dang-rous because so deceptive. Many sudden deaths are caused by it heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure or apoplexy ate often the result of kidney disease. If kidney trouble is allorvsd to advance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away ce!l by cell. Then the richness cfihe blood the albumen leaks out and the sufferer his Bright's Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery 13 the true specific for kidney, bladder and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cares, after all other efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free by mail, alio a book telling about SwampRoot and its wonderful cures. Address Dr. Kilmer ic Co.. Binghamton. N. Y. and mention this p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 February 1901

TALMAGE'S SEKMON. TELLS MOW TO GROW YOUNG IN SPIRIT. I.nw!sc Touth Like th Esle Tha Tfmy to Conquer the Effect of AdTncin Years Simple llabita Load to Longevity. (Copyright, 1501. by Louis Klopsch.) Washington. Feb. 17. In this discourse Dr. Talmage shows how anyone can conquer the effect of years and Crow younger in spirit; text, Psalms dil. 6, "So that thy youth is renewed like the eagle's." There fiies out from my text th most majestic of all the feathered creation an eagle. Other birds have more beauty of plume and more sweetness of voice, but none of them has such power of beak, such clutch of claw, uch expansion of wing, such height cf soaring, such wideness of dominion. Its appetite rejects the carrion that invites the vulture and in most cases its food is fresh and clean. Leveling its neck for flight, in spiral curve it wings itself toward the noonday sun. It has been known to live 100 years. "What concentration of all that is sublim in the golden eagle, the crested agle. th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 February 1901

MODEL CASH SHOE STORE Next Door to Postoffice. j A -X THE EXPLANATION of our success in ehoe selling: lies in the tact that we please our patrons. Our Men's bhoes are made of the beet grades of leather, thoroughly tar.ned ad seasoned. The soles are so touph that They will outwear two ordinary pairs. The uppers, while soft and pliable, wiH last as lernt? a9 the soles. We have a special bargain in a Ladies' Fine hoe, very pretty, at l 15. We buy our shoes from the men who make them. We fell cheap because we do a strictly CJSH business. Try us. You will be pleased. M. R VAN, THE CASH SMC) E MAN. (Lf?c3nbepenbcnt Friday, Fki;i:iuy 22, W. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday's Dally. J. C. Cochran, of Chicago, transacted legal busiDees here today. C. W. McComb, of Laporte, was in this city today on legal business. Fred Zimmerman nas returned from his visit to Grand Hapids, Mich Mrs. Elmer Johnson and children of Ilobart, Ind., were in the city today. Miss Nora Kodgers went to Culver this noon to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 February 1901

V V - ? ßt x Jo -k COMTAJVIOJV Hy Louise Hedjord. V ?C?JC7JCC'tK 51 CHAPTER II. (Continued.) "I'm sure I don't know how I shall tret on there tonight. I don't know where this frolicsome engine has choaen to deposit us, but we must be at least 10 miles awjy from Northcliff." Janetta gave an involuntary start; the man's destination was the same as her own. "You can tak my dogcart, if you like. It's at a house hard by. I've a caso there that will detain me for the night." rejoined th doctor curtly. 4"Thank3, ever so muoh. I believe I'll be off then. Your patient is opening her eyes; the rest of the passengers seem forting themselves. Let me see. there's a. t-hild th.it belongs to this "vromau somewhere And. glancing round, hu faw Janetta. faithful to her trust, seated on the bank with the child he sought in her arms. He smiled and lifted his hat. "Let mo relieve you of your burden," he said, a certain teudjni'?ss in his voice as he looked at th- little child. "There, don't ry" to the l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 February 1901

J CHASE FOR A DEBT. To Collect Bill a Woman Follows a Ma a 10,000 Mile. All the Tvay from Honolulu to Cleveland, more than 10,000 miles, Mrs. SybH Cooper followed the man who owed hftr a larse sum of money, and then, when she found him here, discovered she had left in Honolulu the documentary evidence of the debt, says a recent dispatch from Cleveland, Ohio. "While waiting for the papers to arrive the man left for New York, but Mrs. Cooper is still after him. In New York ate hopes to overhaul him and get the case started in the courts. Mrs. Cooper once lived in New York, but years ago went to Honolulu with her husband, and both are now wealthy. In making Investments Mrs. Cooper loaned a large sum of money to a Cleveland man, who forgot to pay her when he left the Island. She decided to follow him. From Honolulu she went to San Francisco, then to Salt Late City, to Denver, to Kansas City, St. Loui3 and Cincinnati. With her brother, from New York, Mrs. Cooper located the nan in an apa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 February 1901

2 s . VI We sew all the shoes that we sell and clinch them when they come loose from the sole Free of Charge and keep them in such repair until they are entirely worn out. We also do half-soling and repairing of all kinds. Prices Reasonable. Bring in your work. We are the only store in Marshall county having a repair shop in connection. It will pay you to trade with us. I J. F. HARM'S (II)e3nbcpenbcnt FitiDAY, Fkuhuauy 22, 1101. It is very evident that orders have come from Senator Fairhank to the effect that all the bigr appropriation bills shall be killed. They are afraid that the lavish expenditure of money for state institutions will lose the state for the republicans at the next election. The bill for the sale of state lands, the removal of the institution for the blind to the suburbs, and the construction of a "governor's man sion" in St. Clair park, might be ! made to read, "An act entitled an ! Lessons neglected now will probably act for the election of a democratic j nwr le...

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

J r-l 1 (Sil Vol. 7. .1 PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUKTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1901. No. 12. Mars indepeedlraitj KII.I.KI Willi. K FKI.I.IN; TlMliKl:. Levi Ki-.li.-r lee Willi :i TerriMe Aif fill. Levi Fisher, whose home ia near Nappanee, Ind., and who has been residing with his daughter, Mr?. Charles Kebert, six miles west of this city, was killed Wednesday while felline timber, la running the wrong way while the tree was falling he was 6truck, beir;g paraljzed, and lived only two hours alter the accident. Levi Fisher was born in Clkhart county, Feb. 27, 1SU, having resided near Nappanee nearly all hi? life, until this winter when he and his wife came to this county to live witn their daughter, Mrs. Charles Keben, who has been in very poor health. lie leaves a wile, one ddiijhfer arid a brother besides a K ist ct friends to mouru hi- death. Th remains were taken to Nappanee this morning where the funeral will occur at 2 o'clock with interment at the Nappanee cemetery. Legislative olf...

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

THE WEEKLY IliDEPEIIDEIIT. ! a W. METSKEÄ, PuV. &d Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - IUDIAIA. 1 IHM Ii I'll Items of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY Record of Happening of Mach mr Little Importance from All Parts of the Civilized World Incident', Enterprises, Accidents, Verdict, Crimes and War. Pastor of Congregational Church, at Stillman Vallej', 111., resigned because members objected to his bowling. -Men operating In South Carolina under convict lease system turned loose twenty-one negroes. New star in constellation of Perseus almost faded from view. Cubans celebrated anniversary of beginning of revolution in. 1S33 and brought out animosity of leaders against United States. None favored constitutional gareement with American government. At rout of De Wet's forces on south bank of Orange river President Steyn told the fleeing Boers to scatter, and each man to look out for himself. Gen. French active in eastern section. Demands of powers as to punishment of...

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

TALMAGES SERMON. MARKS OF THE LORD JESUS CHRIST. On Chrlatlaa Fleroisin The Great II ward That Comes to the Faithful pniUier of the Cross Heroes and MarWf of Everyday Life. Copyright. 1001, by Louis Klopsch.) Washington, Feb. 24 In this discourse Dr. Talmage praises Christian heroism and tells of great rewards. The i text is Galatians vi., 17, "I bear in my body the marks of the Lord Jesus." We hear much about crowns.thrones, rlctories, but I now tell the more quiet story of scars, honorable and dishonorable. There are in all parts of the world people bearing dishonorable scars. They went into the battle of sin and were worsted and to their dying day they will have a saerification of body or mind or soul. It cannot be hidden. There are tens of thousands of men and women now consecrated to God and living holy lives who were once corrupt; but they have been regenerated, and they are no more what they once were than rubeseence is emaciation, than balm is vitrol. than noonday is midnigh...

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

-i DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK ? Kidney TrouMc Makes You Miserable. Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Pr. If M-r'i fvjL-amn-P.i. . i! uVaSZ'J I and bladder remea;. . : It is thff great mediS. ca! triumph of the ninete?nrh cer.turv; d:sI covered after years of (CS-S Dr. Kilmer, the err.ineni Kianey ana ciaa- : cer specialist, and is wonderfully sucresrfu: in prorr.ptiy curing lame cdt, MuiiTv , i . ..ii- -ii .iwubtes and Bright's Disease, which is the wcrst fcrm cf kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot is not rec ommended for everything but if you have kidney, liver or bladd-r trouble it will be found : just the remedy you need. It has been tested j in so many ways it, i hoital wk pnvate , practice, among the heipless too poor to pur- j chase relief and has pi oved so successful in j every case that a special arrangement hss been made by which all readers of this parer j who have not already tried it. may have a j sample bo...

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

MODEL CASH SHOE STORE Ntxt Door to Postoffice. ft'' THE I : X P LA N A T I O N of our success in shoe selling lies in the tact that we pleas our patrons. Our Men's Shoes are made of the beet grades of leather, thoroughly tinned ft"d seasoned. The soles are so tough that they will outwear two ordinary pairs. The uppers, while oft and pliable, will lat as lone as the soles. We have a special bargain in a Ladies' Fine Shoe, very pretty, at -SI 1". We buy our shoes from the men who make them. We sell cheap because we do a strictly CAH business. Try us. You will be pleased. IS, I. RYAN, THE CASH SHOß MAN. XI?e3nbcpenbent FitiiJAY, March 1, Wl. LOCAL HRKVITIES. Fiom ?H1ay' Eallv. Mrs. Wffley Thomas is reported on the kick list today. Ir Dunfee, of Teegardfn, wag in this city on business trday. Wm. Mueller ra returned from a two weeks' visit Dear Win-imac. Mrs. Joseph Lynch, of Valparaiso, is vitiMng friends and relatives in this ci'y. The Mrdern Smaritans mt in reeular er-ssioo and electe...

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

vV V " rr At t A TUET TV jo Jo -k Jo COMTAßflOJV Hy Louise .. H V x' ' '' . . . 't. . CHAPTER IV. Janetta onlj stayed long enough to listen to a few polite inquir i as to whether she had suffered any inconvenience from the accident, then rose anil asked leave to retire for the night. "You can go if you wish," said Clarice; "but please don't imagine that Harry and I always need to be left together. I ara generally down in the drawing room in the evening. Tonight was an exception, Good-night. Tell me if you are not com Portable." Captain Merivale rose and opened tte door. Then Janetta bethought herself that it would only be courteous to return down-stairs and wish Mrs. Mortimer good-night. She found her seated before the fire, reading a novel. "The interview was a long one, and therefore I conclude successful," she fiaiJ. laying down the volume. "Miss Seymour is quite delightful, and kinder than words can say," answered Janetta eagerly. "And ou feel the world beneath your feet? So it ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 March 1901

fi UNITED STATES SENATOR SAYS THAT PE-RU-HA, THE CATARRH CURE, GIVES STRENGTH AND APPETITE. mit mm mmm MS HVi IHM (Uii.'ffjfmn Hon. W. N. Roach, United States - ,, tr -ri i 1 1 if Jtrfr t T Hon. W. N. Roach, United States Senator from North Dakota, personally endorses Peruna. the great catarrh cure and tonic. In a recent letter to The Peruna Medicine Company, at Columbus, Ohio, written from Washington, D. C, Senator Roach says: "Persuaded by a friend I have used Peruna as a tonic, and J am glad to testify that it has greatly helped me in strength, vigor and appetite. I have been advised by friends that it is remarkably efficatious as a cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh." XX'. A". Roach, Lar.more, Sörth Dakota. So other remedy can take the place of Peruna. Mr. Ed J. Makinson. contractor and builder, 610 Grand Block, Wabash street, St. Taul, Minn., says: "Many doctor bills can be saved by the use of Peruna. I have all my friends takin? Peruna, and 1 have heard nothing...

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

Puter footwear! Buy Your Children a pair of warm Overshoes. It is cheaper to invest at these prices than pay a doctor bill. Lot Ladies' narrow-toed Areties, first quality, worth $1, go at b7c Best quality Misses' Arctics, worth 75c (Joe Best quality Children's Arctics, worth 0c. . .50c Best quality Misses' Alaskas, worth 75c G5c Best quality Children's Alaskas, worth b'Oc. .50c .Misses neece-uueu ihiuul-i? iui ä; Children's tieece-lined Rubbers for.. 45c m 'e have anything vou want in the Rubber Footwear line. i Our prices are always the lowest, quality considered. cJJ We are yours for business. i5 i r iinnTi no cash shoe store EJ.r. nttluLLO iftiimiBiillslllIlllIJIlfllllfillllSlllIXJUP (EI?c3nbcpcnbcnt Fhiday, M.utni 1, 1101. Ex county treasurers in this state j will be called upon by the attorney-! nrnl to return to their respective J ,l county treasuries all the money drawn by them as interest on alleged advances made when the gen- j eral fund was overdrawn. It will j bother some...

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

Marshal Coinety od. epeeo PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1901. Ol., i. No. 13. THAIHXC-STAMP KILL DEFEATED BY NA Ft ROW MARGIN IN SENATE. Vitrii Hork in the l.ohhy l!oth for :inl t;'t tlie leuntf- Another i t in 1 or of the- Trnt. The only lively event of the senate was started over the attempt of Senator .To??, supported by other senators, to kill MVf&ker'ö anti-trading stamp bill. The bill provides for the abolishment of the tradintr-stamp system, it lias been opposed by Senator Joss all along. He declares that the bill will prove unconstitutional if enacted. Senator Jons' motion to postpone the bill indefinitely gave rise to a short but warm argument over its provisions. The vote, before all the absentees were sent for, stood 23 to 23. The result hunir in doubt for several minutes, in which time Bevera! attempt? were made to adjourn. enator Rrook was in the chair and ran things good naturedly. Ue caused amusement by always recognizing the eena'or...

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

THE WEEKLY CL W. METSKEE, Pub. and Prop. TT.Y2I0UTH, - - INDIANA, , 3unllvion TueWjdThu Fri Sat II 1 2 AiAllll 10 11 1 12 13 14- IS 16 17 1ÖII9 20 21 22 25 24 25 26 27 26 29 30 ail I I 1 rr f Items of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. ltecortl of Happenings of Much or Little Imrt:tiire from All I'arU of the CUilized Worltl Incident. Kntf rprU-s, Arcidtnts, Verdicts. Critues aud War. South Carolina convict complained to governor that he was held in bondage after his term expired. Dr. M. W. Davison, Chicago, died of blood poisoning at residence of his mother in Kenosha, Wis. Archbishop Chapelle has plans for establishing church ia Philippines on American system. Action on Chinese indemnity blocked by greed or French, Spanish, and Italians. Senor Villaverde will undertake to form a Spanish ministry. Foreign troops preparing to leave China. King Edward arrived in Ixmdon. John It. eBecroft, hymn writer, is dead, at New York. G. F. Gilman. New York tea merchant, ...

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

TALMAÜFS SE11J10N. SUEJECT - THE GOSPEL. AND THE NEWSPAPERS. from the T-it: "The C hll.lreu of Thii World Ar. In Th-lr ;-ura t Iod. WUer Tlian the Children f Light" I.uk AVI, Verf S The Church and Press. Copyright, l'-l. by Louis Klopsch.) Washington. March 3. In tins discourse Dr. Talmage calls for a warm friendship between those who preach the gospel and those who make newspapers, the- spoken word and the printed word to go side by side; text. Luke xvi.. S. "The children of this world are in tluir generation wiser than the hildren of light." Sacred stupidity and solemn incompetency and sanctified laziness are here rebuked by Christ. He says worldlings are wider awake for opportunities than are Christians. Men of the world grab occasions, while Christian people let the most valuable occasions drift by unimproved. That is the meaning of our Lord when he says. "The children of this world are in their generation wiser than the children of liht.' Tin I'laln Truth. A marked illustration...

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

Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages and lessens ambition: beauty, vigor aru cheerfulness soon disappear hen the kidneys are out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has TML.I f'A'SkrT become 50 prevalent V, that it is not uncomm m urine scalds the flesh or if. when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it. the c.iuse of the difficulty i.s kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the trettnert of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is che to a diseased condition cf thkidneys and bladder and not to a habit a. most people cippaj-. Women aj well as men are made miserable with kidney ar.d bladder troubi". and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate eftect of Swamp-Root is soon real.. -ed. It is seid bv drue?ists, in fifty cent and one dollar gR---?s$l?.Zi'l es. Ycu may have a Q&ÄS...

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

NU SIE SALE' Di For Twenty Days! Do you need SHOES for yourself or your family? If you do, now is your chance. PROFITS thrown to the winds. PRICES cut and slashed so deeply that you will be surprised. Remember, this sale lasts only TWENTY DAYS! Men's Working Shots oc Men's Dress Shoe", worth 82 $1 i Men's Warranted Shots, worth S3, Ladies' (iood Serviceable 1X0 Shot ,,c Ladies' Fine Shoe, worth 62 81 4" Ladies' Fine JJref s Shoe, woi th 53, s?l.V5 Ladies' Finest Shoe, worth 3 25... $2.15 Working Cants for Men r(c Overalls -oC Shirts !pc Socks 3c MODEL CASH SHOE STORE Next Door to Postofflce. M. RYAN, THE CASH SIIOK MAN. I?e3nbepenbent Fkiday, Makcii S, lüul. LOCAL BREVITIES. From FVMar'i Dallv. Mrs. S. C. Chaplin is reported sjme better today. It. A. Chase- went to South Uend today to visit the schools. Wiiey Kinsey, of Warsaw, was the gueet of Konald Thomson last night. John W. ling, of Flora, lnd , was in this city on business last evening and was the guest of James Schultheis. Mr...

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