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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 12 July 1901

D The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 250,000 Cured. nVECURESTRICTURE Thousand or jr-mnif and ini iJin a;,vn men a re trouble! with this di-e;- mai.y unconsciously. They may h:iea Mii.irting sensation, fsinnll. tvitinpst rerun, thirn cutting iiannat tiinr-J. .-lisiht disehurjre, linVnlty in timi"nrmir. weak k. organs eiui-"!-. the fj-initm' of nervou debility they h no M T. It'Tl'IlK. Don't let lotor experiment on w you. by cuttine. streteliine. "r nrii;jr ' you. ihi-wili ii"triirey..u.a.ir will rei torn nr M'AV M i:i Moll TUKATSMtN'T absorb- the stricture tissue: heneo removes! ho st riet arc ierm;iintly. 1 t-n npicr return. No pain, no iiff.-r-4 in, no detention from 1iimtios ly ir IM method- Tho.exualorr.nnsaretrensrth1 I ened. Tb nt'rv .no invigorate"!, sua I I thoblissof iiianhoo,! return. VECURE GLEET Thousands of younjf an ! niM lJe ased rar are havins; their s-sual vi'T and vitality continually .apped by thi diease. They are frenm-ntly nnein-i"'is of the cau...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 July 1901

Marshall Cohj nty tadependeirt VuL. PLYMOUTH, jNIARSIIALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 1!), 1901 No. 32. i ivmi) i im iii l rvn W. W. HATCH &. SONS AHE SUCCESSFUL LilDUERS. Cunt Ittel for South M i liiai ami I.auorte Mitftfls I I .ft No Kenioiiitraiie Anein forty tout Pairiurut uu l.auorle Street. The city council met in regular sestsiou Tuesday evening anil all membeia were present. The committee reported that they had carefully considered each bid and had uuatninoualy decided upon that of W. W. Hatch A Sons, of Goshen, and the contract for paving Laporte and South Michigan streets was awarded them by a full vrte of the council and it wa drawn and signed ednes day. The following were the prices for which the contract was let, the city having to make the selection of brick: On a gravel foundation, Posten block, $1.11 per square ard; Clinton block, SI. 40 per square yard; curbing, 221 cents per foot; cement tiller, M cents per square yard; sand tiller, 14 cent per square...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 July 1901

THE WEEKLY IliDEPEIIDE'lT. C W. MITTEILE!!, Pub. and Prop. 1 L V EU .ft iteivi'r cf Gcrinra! Interest To!d in -Paragraphs COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. : Tir I f II ,i iiinx of Mr.ch or Litt' I hip"rlin'e fri,u All I;rt of lh Cl-r- ! i ; ! Vto.-ld I n i lnt- LatererHos, j An. !!., Vrd:ct4. t'rlta arl TYr. V. V y ineyowshi. a widow at : Fouth Ci.iv.auo. III., tried to commit j titaci.-e h.-friti-.- v.earv of the burden I of ?'.i:i:(.rtint; f'.vcn childi'e Saved from dit m wliieh .she had thrown hers-df. j llpwurth leaie party of twenty on j way to -;n Fran iseo mbhl of niony and ta k-t at Ctdorado Sj-ring?. I'iai.k Mi C'roy of Hallstfad. Ta., declared In had di.-eov,.ed lost Egyptian art of hardening copper. C. D. Graham made his fifth trip thro-ijxh tlie Niagara rapids in a barrel Sunday. Strike of steel workers oidereJ by Amalgamated association will be male unifral. Thousands quit work Monday. Nonunion men in two plants joined strikers. Exeursin steamer Julia with several hundred passeng...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 July 1901

f TALMAGE'S SERMON. FINANCIAL PANICS THE SUBJECT LAST SUNDAY. Trom tb Reranteenth Chapter f mlb, Vn 11 The RiQatmiati of Llf od Unneceuarx Expenses of the Hem anil Family Lire Economically. Copyright. 1901, Louis Klopsch, N. Y. Washington, July 14. In this discourse Dr. Talma ge shows the causes f great financial disturbances which take place every few years and arraigns the people who live beyond their means; xt, Jeremiah xvii, 11, "As the patriae sitteth on egg.s and fcatcheth theni not, so he that getteth riches, and not by right, shall leave theia In the midst of hid days and at his end shall be a fool." Allusion is here made to a well known fact in natural history. If a patridse or a quail or a robin brood the eggs of another species, the young Will not stay with the one that happened to brood them, but at the first opportunity will assort with their own ipecles. These- of uswho have been brought up in the country have seen the dismay of the farmyard hen, having brco d aquatic ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 July 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 maae by vr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roct, the great kidney, Ii er and bladder remedy. It is the great medi ae cal triumph of the nineteenth century; disvw V- G.I t . J ' ' scientific research by 5 Dr. Kilmer, the err.i- " nent kidney and bladder specialist, and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, 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 too 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 already tried it, may have a samp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 July 1901

The Hödel Next Door to Postoffice. It will be Money in Your Purse to Read This Price List. Oood Work Shirts for Men 25c Socks T)c Suspenders 10c Pretty Hats for Men f0e Handkerchiefs 5c liest ( )ve rails 25c Suits for Men $W Ladies' I lose 5c Children's 1 lose 5c (iood Pant for Men.... 50c Dress Shirts, nohhy . . . .50c Men's Shoes, S5i $1.20 $1.45 and $2 00 For Thirty Days WE II WE SPECIAL LOW PR ICES on ALL FOOTWEAR M. RYAN. 0?e3nbcpenbent Fill Ü AY. Jl LV Ii, 1101. LOCAL BREVITIES. From FYldar'n Xally. Harry (Jeorge, of Michigan City, was a Plymouth visitor today. John Hay has bis gasoline launch running on Pretty lake now. Mrs. S. L. Keam, of Claypool, Ind., is the guest of relatives in this city. (Jus Mack and Charles Kust,ot South Ileud, transacted legal business here today. Mrs I). S. O'ISrien and daughter, of (Irovertown, were Plymouth visitors today. Charles McCrory, who was bitten by a snake Wednesday evening, is improving very nicely. Mrs. S. C. Vinnedge and daughter, of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 July 1901

L f it. i WOMAN rnrnmm HOME. Ulfe WT3 t -A. II OH ACCOUNTS. The question of cash or accounts is ce tLat is debatable in tho mind of the mcdern woman, particularly the city woman. Distances in a large city ore to inexcrablee that tho conveniences cr mail or telephone shopping is very temptir.?. It is possible nowadays, in deed, to take advantage of counter attractions at Ion bargain ' range. j Many wontni, knowing their shops ceil, will unhesitatingly telephone for 1 marked down article on opening the nornim-' paper to find it advertised, om? shoppers holding an account at different stores for no other purpose. 3om :i raes. indeed, these purchases can bo ?eat C. O. D., but often they lannct. In the matter of exchanges, too, the sharps customer has an advantage in th er-e ard celerity with which ?ha aan these transactions. A-ruir-f however. thi faviac; of lime md H.- r.-th and ri opportunity must io 1 th - oV-tinn. o'lvifins'y impor ter.:, o: a t-Tuptanor. p t:tvr.za nee, 1 iP.VS : S ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 July 1901

J v - ' v ' ,. v Motto ... IT T DY MARGARET BLOUNT. W v v' - '', - ',v CÜAPTJ:;: XVII l. a beau t i ?'il r..arr.:r.' aim if r . as if it he 1 hcen autumn, ra" t- ti.an a lv-.;-ml:er cay. The fuji i rt hi'rh er.oueh in ; l.?.iVCr.a to and tho d: the poM. :i Eden Adam'a ad: jr d::Y.-:i hi mil 1' .11 d 1 a:: th"! near vil v,orr bat Ii of o!J, Iho .uuty rnii d i:s It Thr careless Lcart could 1 drinh in it3 beauty in a thankful mool; the frdi, svreet ur hrouirht a color to til'-4 mo; t pallid cbeck. It was hard to looh out tuc-h" 1L ; I the glorious ?ceno and icauzo ; i i-nr!il po lovely and SO fall' upon that a -K-nrld po lovely and so Ehould be the home and h-.tmt of all , that was contemptible and base taat once befu ovo(lj aiul thou?h at fi..s, the serpent Slander and the gaunt her stcrn oIJ fathcr forbade all menCend Care, and the demon of Murder, j ticn of hcr name anrl tin.ttcned to with his red riht hand, could fling a disinherit hr at once, her memory, Ehadow ever all this beaut...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 July 1901

CI?e3nbepenbent Fkiday, July V. VJOl. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday' Daily. Mr. and Mr. John Dixon, of outh liend, are the guests of relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Kich went to Columbia City today to spend a few weeks with relatives. Misses Lula Helpman, Dollie Lonp and Ethel Yockey spent the afternoon at Lake Maxinkuckee. Presiding Elder Dale, of Elkhart, attended the quarterly conference held at the Methodist church last evening. The ladies of the M. E. church were entertained this afternoon by Mrs. J. A. Palmer, at her home on North Center street. Emory beider, of West township, has returned from his visit in Indian territory and says he is quite well pleased with the country. MUs Crace Hell, of South Ilend, was tbb guest of relatives in this city this noon on her way to Valparaiso via the Pennsylvania line. The Presbyterian picnic will be held at Winona lake on Thursday, August 22, giving the picnickers a chance to spend a day at the Winona assembly. ( S. Cleavland an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 July 1901

j sept; Cfonuty Library Jull 01 COMO Vol. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1901. No. 33. Marshal ty tadepeedeeih STOXK AND CK.MKXT. VERDICT OF TOWN FATHERS FOR FUTURK bIDEWALKS. i:.j.oi I-nl i! Luineer. Street t'nu in i-.-i.ii.T :ii1 Tifri-iinT .11 t nor of MoimI.o Ni''lil'" Mrelin;;. The action of transcending importance which the council took Monday WAj the parsing of a sidewalk ordinance, which, hs seen by toe con tents, goes in force imniHiMUly. Outside of the rairg issue this is the mot-t im p'irfnt executive business transacted inniili the city hall for a long time. The Ordm.ime in l ull. An ordinance providing what material nhal! he ued. 11 the construction of sub-walks in the City of Plymouth and re?nlaing the construct ion of sidewalk? in certain particulars re pt-aling and amending other ordiu nncs und declaring an emergency. Sei 1 1 ' I. He it ordained by the common council of the City of Plymouth that all sidewalks hereafter conf tructed in said city h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 July 1901

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. CL W. METSKEJL, Pub. sad Prop PZTSrOT7TIX, - - X2TDXA27A E! in Items of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Itecorj of Uappenin; of Jlneh or Little lmpnrtünr from All Part of ttxm Clri.ej AvorM iDvi.intt. Enterpru, Accident, Verdict. Crime aad War. First clash in the great conflict occurred at McKeesport, I'a., and was cau&ed by reported attempts of employers to import nonunion workers. Cardinal Martineiii, representing the pope, dedicated SL Jos p hat's Roman Catholic church in Milwaukt-3, the ceremonies being witnessed by 4,000 people. Closing meetings of the Epworrh League convention at San Francisco were attended with great enthusiasm. Many delegates started homeward. Heat Sunday reached 103 dtgrees at Chicago's Lthcial thermometer and 118 degrees on the street level, all former ( records being broken. Two deaths j and several prestations. Heat record j broken throughout the corn belt. i i Geiinan Exchange bank of Chilt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 July 1901

TALMAGE'S SEHMON. BRILLIANT FAULT3 LAST SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. Th Sanaa Hoar YTm th Thlag Fol flllad on Nebaehlnir and II W Drlirtn fron Maa ant Did Kat Cru Oxu" D-4H. IVi 33. ICopyrfjht. 1501. by Ixmla Klopach. N. T.) Washington, July 21 In this discourse Dr. Talmage shows that there U a tendency to excuse biiiiiunt faui.s because they are brilliant, when th-j lame law of right and wrong cuht to bo app led to high places and low; Uxt, Daniel Iv, 33, "The saui- hour was the thins fulfilled upon Nebuchadnezzar, and he was driven from rasa and did not eat gras3 as oxen." Here is the mightiest of the Babylonish kings. Look at Lira. Ho did Dure for the grandeur of the carnal than did all his predecessors or successors. Hanging gardtns, reservoirs, aqueduct, palace, all of hl3 own planning. The bricks that are brought up today from the ruins of Babylon have his name on them, "Nebuchadnezzar, ion of Nabopolassor, king o! Babylon." Ha was a great conqueror. He stretched forth hl3 spear toward a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 July 1901

1 I- Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages and lessens ambition: beauty, vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it z nnt itnrmmr.n ÜfS2? afflicted with weak kidUVt- ne's" H the chili unnate.s too often, if the urine scalds the flesh or if. when the chili reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be toward: the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not 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 mild and the immediate e'.fect of Swamp-Root is soon realised. It is sold by druggists, in fifty- jF c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 July 1901

1 The Hödel Next Door to Postoffice. It will be Money in Your Purse to Read This Price List. (!ood Work Shirts for Men 25c Socks 5c Suspenders 10c Pretty Hats for Men 50c Handkerchiefs 5c liest ( veral!s 25c Suits for Men $1.M Ladies' Hose 5c Children's I lose 5c Cood Pant for Men.... 50c Dress Shirts, nohhy . . . .50e Men's Shoes, 85c, 1.L'0 SI. 45 and $2W For Thirty Days WE HAVE SPECIAL LOW PRICES o ALL FOOTWEAR M. RYAN. 0?e3nöepenbent Fuiday, July Js 1101. JiOCAL BREVITIES. From Fi1dar" Dally. M. A. O. Packard made a business trip to Chicago today. W. S. Oecker, of Indianapolis, was a Plymouth vieitor today. Scheil Leland, of South Bend, was in this city on business today. Mrs. C. W. llardeety, of South Utnd, ts visiting relatives in this city today. O. P. Hair, of South li-nd, was a Plymouth visitor today on his way to Argoa. Mrs. II. A. Armstrong went to Kochester this morning to visit relatives for a few days. Mrs. Charles Miles, of South Ilend, is the guest of her parents, Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 July 1901

A HIS1 HO WT TJT A T V (T WTS 7T s the World People and f Events 'ReüolVes C7 Cf Uhe Oldest Graduate. Rev. Joseph Warren, the earliest Wring graduate of Harvard co'lege, kas JuM celebrated his ninety-fhird anniversary of his birth in hi. comfortable home ia Worcester, Mas3. Mr. Cross was graduated from Harvard with the class of 1SJS. He was born at Bridgewater. Ma??., In 1S03. and was prepared for college by Rev. Pitt Clark at Newton. Soon r.fter his graduation ha was married to his first wife, Mary J. Danforth. who died In 1SS0. At that time Mr. Cross was princ'pil of Chatham Academy. The your.? Harvard man studied for th ministry in the divinity school of his own university, and als: at the Aniorcr .ccml::;:ry. and was called to the jvst'.Ta.te of the First Congregational cl.vrch of West Boylston. Maes., ia I S 4 0 . Thereafter he lived for nearly fifty years in one house. He was a member of the state constitutional contention in 1ST3 and of the legislature In 1 572. Although appr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 July 1901

ii A Ä j1! j i !t V.? BY MARC AR IV v Tc c ;c n CHAPTER XX. The stranger ceased to epealt, and Mr. Cowley stared at him with much ttt-wilderment. "How did you know all this?" he asked at last. "Because I am Stanley Vernon, tho only brother of that unhappy man," h said, quietly. Rose uttered a little cry of astonishment. "Yes," he added, "this shameful family history made me almost loathe my name. I huve borne that of Vera for many years. Under that name I met and loved your daughter, sir under my own. I shall soon ask you for n er nnnd ! But for the present let it be my task to clear up this mystery. "I came home from Italy aa soon as I heard this hou was let. It wa3 a mistake upon the part of the accent; but I should bs the last on earth to regret it. But I must take precaution agaJnst a similar event. This Is no fli habitation for any one." "Then it ia really haunted?" asked Mr. Cowley. "I fear it is. Rose, will you go to your luother, and. gentlemen, will you follow me." They obe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 July 1901

0?e3nbcpcnbent Friday, July -jr., lwi. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday Daily. Ralph Wnitlock ia indisposed with catarrh in the band. C. S. Cleveland and wife are spending a few days at Lake Winona. Holler Kleckner, north of this city, has been quite ill for the past week. Mrs. Amanda Kinp, of Mississippi, is the guest of T. 15. Houghton anu wife, of this city. John Harris was temporarily over come by heat while working in his shop this morning. Robert Longh left for Wawasee last evening where he will take a few weeks outing. A substantial, modern farm house has jast been erected on the Vinuedge place near this city. Howard .Jackson has been called to Auburn to take charge of the telephone repair work in that city. Mrs. Kverett Field, of South l!end, and Mis9 Ocie Love, of Argos, are isiting Mrs. J. I). Field of this city. There will be no preaching services at the Poplar (Jrove M. K. church next Sunday. Forest C. Taylor, pastor. The Lake Krie road is making ar rangeraents with the cit...

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

m! Co Vol. 7. Comity Library. Jul! PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1901. 01 No. 34. Marsh nty A FARMERS INSTITUTE. THE DAIRY INSTITUTE PROCRAM GIVEN IN FULL. Meeting Open August 13 him! Continue Two Iay -Prominent Lecturer to 1 Prcneut - Railroad Have tiranted Half Rate for Iii Occaioii. The farmers' dairy institute will occur in mouth on Aug. i'-i and 14. An interesting program has been prepared aa follows: Tuesday, August 13-10a. m. OPtM.NH SES.MON. Music. Invocation Rev. W. McKenzie Music. A Word of Welcome. Mayor P. O.Jones Response ...W.C. I.atta, Supt. Farmers lnsts. "Dairying Promotive of Agricultural prosperity". ...H.H. Gurley, Dairy Farmer and Author of "Am Dairy ing," DeKalb. 111. Discussion. 4Tbe Place of the Dairy in Indiana Agriculture".... Prof. CS Plumb, Director Agricultural Experiment station. Discussion. Announcements. Tuesday A tternooii 1 :"0. DAIRY CATTLE. Music. "Selection of Dairy Stock'' ..Prof. C. D. Smith, Director Michigan Agricultur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 August 1901

TBE WEEKLY mOffBIOElT. i a TT. HEIZ m HfflBOF I WEEK Items of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Bemrd of upp-uir nt Much or L.itti i Importance fretu All Farti of the Civ- , J lei World Im iHt-nt. Enterprises. Archieut. Verdict. Crlmss au4 WarsChr. ich. cf the World organized by a Cincinnati lawyer. Allied villagers, which is a new r.arae f r the Boxer.-;, have arrasu force Hear Ad r.'.ral Irwin, retired, died af;er illness of several men ths. J. Fk-rpont Morgan probably ends tteei strike by arranging mutual concessions, which the Arial-ramated Association may raMfy. Result of giant struggle L ' tween capital and labor is regaid! r.o a draw. Drencvicg rains in five states of the great coin bolt break the drought and reviv of (JO the shriveled crops. Millions irs will bo saved to the farmers. Paron von Hoidarberg, who previous to Lis i. ith Sat ui day at Liadenbnrst, L. I., .::.'. '. -i an obseuro life, cane from a v.-;-! thy and aristocratic family in Germa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 August 1901

TALMAGE'S SEEMON. "DISCOVER NOT A SECRET TO ANOTHER." Ceplng One's Own Counsel People Should Leara to Say Xothlnc of Others That I 2fot of Good Import Fror erb XXVi 0. (Copyright, 1301. Louis Klopsch. N. T.) Washington, July 23. A practical Question which Is asked in most Louses, and for many years, is here asked by Dr. Talmage and answered; text. Proverbs xxv, 9, "Discover not a ecret to another." It appears that In Solomon's time, as In all subsequent periods of tha world, there were people too much disposed to tell all they knew. It was blab, LJab, blab; physicians revealing the case of their patients, lawyers exposing the private atfiirs of their clients, neighbors advertising the faults of the next door resident, pretended friends betraying confidences. One-half of the trouble of every Community corr.ps from tag fact that so many people have not the capacity to keep their mouths shut. When I hear sotaetbinr: disparaging of you, my first duty 13 r.ot to tell you, but if I tell y...

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