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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 August 1901

Thousands Ilare 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 settling indicates an v 1'nhcal'h'; rr.n.-ii-t'Sf tion cf the kid neys; if u stains your Lnen it is evidence of kidney trouble; too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back 13 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 parsing it. or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being vompelled to go often during the day, and tc get up many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the high...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 August 1901

1 t The Hödel Next Door to Postoffice. It will be Money in Your Purse to Read This Price List. (iood Work Shirts for Men 25c Socks oc Suspenders 10c Pretty Hats for Men r()c Handkerchiefs 5c liest ( veralls 25c Suits for Men $W Ladies' I lose 5c Children's 1 lose 5c (Iood Pant for Men 50c Dress Shirts, nobby 50c Men's Shoes, S5e, $1.20 SI, 15 and $2.00 For Thirty Days WE II A VI-: SPECIAL LOW PU1CES o ALL FOOTWI-AK M. RYAN. (El?c3nbcpcnbent FUIHAY, A l.'ST 2, UH)1. LOCAL liRKVITIKS. From FYiaar'n Daily. County Auditor Miller spent the day in firemen. Fertilizer for wheat. See Forbes' seed store. 2tw Mre. I'.. I. Dietrich and children, of Bremen, visited relatives in this city today. K. l'inkua and family, who have been visiting A. Becker, returned to Chicago today. F. M. BUsingham and son, of Importe, is visiting Miles l'omeroy and family. Bertha (ilass, daughter of John Class, is reported dangerously ill with malarial fever. For the land's sake. Use grain grower fertilizer. Forbes ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 August 1901

( A 4 ihe World Veteran Consul's 'Record. Horatio J. Fprgue, United States ftQQSul at Gibraltar, died recently t that place, aged 77. lie was tiie eldest of the American representatives abroad and had been consul at Gibraltar for fifty-thre years. He was very popular among the residents. Mr. Sprague was the dean of the ixierJcan consular service and his record at Gibraltar was altogether unique Jl HORATIO J. S PR AGUE. zsii most eminently gratifying to the department ar. Washington. The aged rcr.su! was hern at Gibraltar, Aug. 12 11Z2. Ills father was a Eostonlan, T7ho srttird in the groat fortress town &cer. a: tor the war i;? 1S12 and became t j.ermauc-nt resident, in IS IS young prag::e was made consul and reKalned in that ofice for fifty-three cvr. lie served under fourteen presents ami personally entertained tirec of thorn v.-ho visited Gibraltar tr leaving the White House. These war? Fillmore, l'irtrce and erant. The ct.rul was u wenn friend of Admiral Dwey and wh-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 August 1901

7T 5? UJH ö I ö By Philip Vrrlll Nif hls iZSaQ LATA ryJUMmW JIM Heinum CHAPTER I (Continued.) Along the path at noon came a tunted man, a barrel-shaped miner, wrho "blazed" his track with a cut-off hovel used as a cane. "Paper for Henley," he puflngly rBirked as he opened tlio door or the hed above the shaft "Paper 'dressed to 'Franklin Henley, " and tossing It In by the side of the nan who was eattas his lunch on a box, he plodded Ahead to return to the trail. "Thaak vom, Billy," called the other; "much obliged." He finished a bone, gave hi3 finders ft. wipe on the ragged trousers and slii Off the wrapper of the "down-east" paper. Sitting la the uoor, he read the news Of the far-awüy home eagerly absorbing ever j' line. Of a tuddon he paused; ft gleam cf something wild came Hashing in his eyes and the muscles of his Lands and arms abruptly stiffened. "Married, by the Ite. Uichard Watson, I'eb. 20. Miss Asnob Col3 to Frederick Law," was all that he read. The type swung u dizzy waltz...

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

d I,. t" new Hot does not make our Meats less palatable, because our big ice box has been calculated to meet all hot weather ditliculties, Nice, juicy and tender Steaks are at the disposal of the public at all times. Nothing better for your dinner meal than one of our Choice Veal Stews. Everything that is handled by a first-class meat market. J. E. TURNER'S POPULAR MEAT MARKET. (EI?e3nbcpenbent Friday, August 2, l'JOl. Negroes are being brought from Alabama to take the place of the striking steel workers in Chicago. The negroes bring their wives and the indications are they come to stay. This is likely to lead to more serious labor trouble. John Johnson, who wrecktd the Logansport State National bank about the years ago, has been pardoned by President McKinley. He has been in the penitentiary at Columbus, O. All of which goes to show what can be done bv a man "with a pull." Kel rotate- Triiter. Louis Kern and wife, warranty deed to Uertba Peterson, the b w of n e 1 1 of iec'.,tp31, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 20 September 1901

Coue cm VOL. i. JttU PLYMOUTH, MAKSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1901. No. 41 Count Mars ty cm AUCTIONEER 1 'UM 1 urn at th erift of the .utll.' ami arrangements for s.iles can le itiale l calling at m oüice witli hftcliain t Wilson I'lVliiitiitli. Iml. l or tlit season 1 will :tiu-tuiier sales at Iii following prices: All Sales of $l.(m r over i percent. AH Sules irihler l .(MK ami er $ on, 1-4 per crnt. All Sales ol $ riiir umlcr, 5 no. AH sales of fcio"!, f 5.00. MONROE STEINER, AUCTIONEER, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Inquire at Ketcliain & Wilson's for date. We handle and it is the very best on the market. Try it. And don't fail to take home a nice, juicy steak, a roast or a veal stew. Nothing Better for Your Dinner Meal. J. E. TURNER'S POPULAR MEAT MARKET. FOR SAUK. t 1 25 Boars and 25 Sows. All hogs eligible to record and pedigree furnished with each sale. Inspection invited and correspondence solicited. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. J.V. LAWR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 20 September 1901

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. a W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - INDIANA. Items of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Record of Happening of Mach or LHtl Importance from All l'art of th Clrlllzeil World IucMtat. Enterprises, AceiUant. Verdict. Crime ad Wars Dr. McBurney Inclines to the belief that President McKinley was shot with poisoned bullets, as the action of the wounds was most suspicious, strongly supporting this theory. buel workers at Pittsburg in confusion us tu oiilcr to return to work. Ena Her uisappeais, leaving them in uncertainly. A It-w will continue the strike. Wall street looks for no serious reluitü ficni th(i death of the President. Czar mi J KuUcr ccmr-.v honors ou cHicei's in each ov er's suites. Mgr. Joseph A. Sltpheit, director of Catholic Indian mission bureau, dies at Washington. President TeUon of the Chicago & Alton said his road had not absorbed the CIi;e:-r'o, Jo;iu & Si. Louis. John Cuur.hy secures renew...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 20 September 1901

0 L. mm Hte -Record From Farm to the White House. HOW A COUNTRY BOY ROSE. Student, Soldier, Lawyer, Congressman, Governor und Finally Nation's Chief Executive The Road that U Free to All American Hoys. Here is the chronological story of the life of William McKinley, twentyfifth president of the United States: 1843. Jan. 29. William McKinley, on of William and Nancy (Allison) McKinley, is born at Niles, Trumbull county, Ohio, bein the seventh of a family of nine children. 1S52. The McKinley family removes to Poland, Mahoning county, O.. where "William studies at the Union seminary until he is 17. 1859. Becomes a member of the Methodist Episcopal chuich in Poland. mm $m I -Litt r-ii ?i; I Jf2 A FAVORITE PICTURE OF M 'KIN LEY. lSüü. Enters the junior class in Allegheny college, Meadville, Pa., but poor health prevents the completion of the course. Sub-equently teaches In a public school near Poland and later becomes a clerk in the Poland postofilce. Enlists As a Private. 1SC1. June 11....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 20 September 1901

y I.. The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist. The Discoverer of Swamp-Root at Work Is 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 are 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 cf the blood the albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's Disease, the worst f orm 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 of 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 took telling about SwampRoot and its wonderful cures. Address Dr. Kilmer c Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and mention ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 20 September 1901

The Best Place on Earth to trade is at the P vlfP J uUlu 0 J Li Next Door to Postoffice. RI2A1) OUU IMtlCIC LIST: Men s (lood Work Shoos at S.V Children's Shoes, 40, f()c 1 Miild reii's Moccasins. . . .5c Men's Coin Toe Shoes at sre to S 1 .45 Men's Walkeasy Shoes at N.V to SI. 4.") Men's Fine Ihess Shoes at S1.!M See nr Ladies Shoos at Si.tr) Fine Silk-Trimmed Ladies' Shoes $2.H) Men's Sooks le (iood Work Shirts 2)c Host Overalls for Men.. 2.V (iient I:irr:iin in every department during Septem! er. Call. You will he treated well M. RYAN. Cf?c3nbepenbcnt FlilDAY, SKl'TKMr.llK "JO, 1 10 1 . LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday' Daily. Trustee Monroe was in the city today. KIson Appleman is reported very eick. Mrs. KIein?cttmi(it is reported on the BtCk list. Mrs. Adleman is visiting friends fit South Uead. Miss INrth I'.trtlett, is the guest of friends at Lakeville. The Hremen ball team has won is ames acd lost VI games. Lou Salt, of Laporte, contemplates moving back to Plymouth. .1. F. Ilar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 20 September 1901

e Scoir i Copyrighted 1991 by chapt::: vi. It was nesr mon. and th kins of Damascus was in his chamber with boul Casscm. They were talking -bout the approaching marriage. "In three days m :re." said Horam. '1 shall elMm her for my bride." "In tn:th. sire, it is as you have laid," rTlird the minister. lie sr.oke ot with the enthusiasm of apnreciaoa, but as one who v.-euld not dispute his king. "I trust, sire, your hop?s may find their fruition. I P'-ay that Ulin mav boar to thro a son. and thus make bright and proraiing the eventog of your life." "Goüi A beul. I trust in thy words. Ha! what now? Whom have we here?" "Sire, "spoke a page, "the Israelite, Judah is without, and would speak with thee." "How!" cried the king. "Is It the Judah whom I sent from the Valley of Lycanius?" "The same, sire." "Then send him to me at once. By aiy life. Abou he cannot have accomplished his mission so soon. I dare not hope so." "Let us hope fcr the bst," suggested the minister; and before further rem...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 20 September 1901

A GLOWING REPORT. AN INDIANA MAN COMPARES WESTERN CANADA WITH THE UNITED STATES. What Mr. Frank Fisher, a Prominent Dunkard, Has to Say After a Trip Through Canada. The Department of the Interior at Ottawa ha3 just received from Mr. K. T. Holints, the agent ot the government stationed at Indianapolis, Ind., the following letter, which requires no comment. It is only necessary to state that Mr. F. Fisher, the writer of the letter is one of the most prominent of the Dunkards and a man upon whose word the utmost reliance can be placed. His home is at Mexico, Ind.. and he will be pleased to substantiate verbally or in any other way all that he says in his letter. Anyone desiring information apply to nearest Canadian agent, whose addresses are here given: M. V. Melnne. 2 Avenue Theater block, Detroit, .Michan. Jami's driev , t-uult Ste. Marie, Michigan. J. S. Crawford. 21i V. Ninth street, Kansas lity. Mj. Benjamin Levies. 154 Vi East Third street, s't. i'aul. Minn. T. O. Currie. Itoom 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 20 September 1901

5lliiin A good look In fTr-A I , i worit klud or m cai- ' iI ' g u . II ni ii.- - binatlon. Eureka Harness Oilii no only inak--thlia. ne-w nl the I horw Vtk better. Mit niali-t tti 1 leather soft ml pllahle, ruts it in runditionto litHt twkv m long as it or.linarily vouM. , , SiiM Terrh?re iu cu 11 to Ml !. IUI hr H STANDARD OIL CO. i Give Your iS'llli WW Horse a Chance I 0?c3nbepmbent Fuiday, 6kiti:mi!i:i: -0, l'JOl. Democrats and populists met in separate conventions in Lincoln, Neb., Tuesday, and nominated the same men for state olllcers. Hryan was present at the democratic convention and delivered a speech. The Indianapolis News complains because there is no interest taken in the city campaign. This is strong evidence that the people are pretty well satisfied with the present administration under the regime of Mayor Taggart. Nearly all anarchists have at some time in their life been socialists, and the dissatisfaction taught by socialism naturally leads to anarchy. It seems to b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 October 1901

J Come Yol. 7. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1901. No. 44. Connty Library Jull 01 ty edepeedeets FOR SAUK. roam 25 Boars and 25 Sows. All hogs eligible to record. Pedigree furnished with each sale. Inspection invited. Correspondence solicited. Prices reasonable. Satisfaction guaranteed. J. V. LAWRENCE, RUTLAND, IND. BARGAINS IN Real Estate! 1st acre farm near Plymouth; good house and barn ..",( X) 1 40 acres near Lake of Woods. . .1 5U) 3 irood, well-improved no -acre farms $3,000 3 good lo'e SIkw to Sl,3t'0 27 acres; house and nam, near riy mouth 81,200 Good house and lot on Walnut street S3.5U) Many other Birgaine, and all kinds ot property to trade. GEO. PAUL. We handle and it is tlie very best on the market. Try it. And don't fail to take home a nice, juicy steak, a roast or a veal stew. Nothing Better for Your Dinner Mea!. J. E. TURNER'S POPULAR MEAT MARKET. Paul's Reste i rant BILL OF TAKE. Regular Meals 25e Oyster Stew 15c Warm Lunch lf)c I lam and K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 October 1901

THE WEEKLY IHMERT. C. W. METSKGi:, Tub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. FrH OCTOBER qqt. um ! m on j tyi I wmu t hw j rwt j a t . 2. 2 3 4 S B V 8 9 lO 11 12 13 14 IG IG 17 lO IS 20 21 22 23 24f 23 28 27 23 29 SO 31 f 15 EVEHTS Of If WEEK Items of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Recor! of nspponlnj of Maeh or LlttlImportance from All Tart of the Clrllized World Inciient. KntcrprMe. Accidents. Verdict. Crime ml War Robert E. Burke, oil inspector a: C'hicag has b 'tn indicted by the g:a:.d j.:iy of Cok county. 111. The total t-h rt ige in ii s depa.tinent, as iadLat d by ie.-tinu.ay before th. grand ju.y, i $4:1.000. Spectacular lire at the foot of Michigan street, Chic g.j, ut.racted a greal crowd. Tramps b'aninl for the destruction of property worth $30,000. General Ci.aff-e and supreme court of Manila dahed over their respective powers. Trouble caused by deportation of a mi it.ry messenger why diso'.; veil ord i of the c )muiand.n.4 general. Win zu lan ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 October 1901

TALMAGE'S SERMON. THE CHARM OF EXALTED RELIGION THE SUBJECT. From Job XXVIII "The Crjstal Cannot Equal It" Preparation for Eternal Treasures Should Itogiu Early In the Material World Open the Door to ClirUt. Copyright, 1901, by Loul3 Klopscb, N. Y. Washington, Uct. C.Tiie charm of an exa.ted religion is by Dr. Talmage in this discourse illustrated and cjjimended; text, J b xxviii, 17, "The crytal cannot equal it." Many of th- pi ecu us srones of the Bible have c-me to prompt recognitlon. Hut for the p.e-ent I take up the less valuable crystal. Job, in my text, compares savirg wi.-djm with a specimen of topaz. An infidel chemist or mineralog.st would pronounce the latter worth more than the former, but Job makes an intelligent comparison, looks at religion and then lookat the crystal and pronounces the former as of far superior value to the latter, exclaiming, in the words of my text, "The crystal cmnot equal it." Now, it is not a part of my sermonic design to depreciate the crystal,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 October 1901

Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble and Don't Know it. Bow To Find Out. Fill a battle or common glass with your water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a sediment or settling indicates an nnhalrhv rnnHi. S3 ' f tion of the kid neys; if it stains your linen it is evidence of kidney trouble ; too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad; der 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 scaiding pain in passing It, or bad effects fallowing use of liquor, 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 mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 October 1901

An Essay on Music and Alilk. Read It. A clever iolini:t can imitate the sad mooing of a cow. You would almost swear it was a cow if you closed your eyes. It would be easy to keep you deceived if you would only keep your eyes shut tight and not ask for MILK. Hut when you ask for milk even for just one drop of it you don t get it. He can't draw you even an imitation of milk. hen it comes to asking for any factor of service or value, you see the way you have been humbugged. Now it is just the same way in the SHOE BUSINESS. There ire SHOE STOKES in this cit- of Plymouth where you can find a CLEVER IMITATION of a good shoe. If you will keep your eyes shut and not ask for COMFORT or SERVICE you will never be the wiser. There nre schemes of all kinds to draw you to their places of business. Some have Corn Exhibitions. Others have Squash Exhibitions. Others give you Trading Stamps and MAKE YOU I' AY for them. In other words vou find the "Moo" and t hut's all. The Milk is not there. BRIX( YO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 October 1901

J "JmEiS THEODORE 'S'TT te KyvvjiV' LIFE - 'j . . J C , MssSsK&vMX A mm I Ma k iff ft txÄpA tl . : hm wiM ; rc RcoseJ clt's Father, -"vsnore Roosevelt is the youngest American citizen v.-ho has ever been call;-' to the head of our nation. lie was ; rn in Xcw York City, October J 27, 15S, hi father, after whom he was j n.irae-i. beini- a prominent merchant, j n patriot, a i hiluuthropUt, and a mov- ! in- sMirit in the Civil War. The elder Tre;o.: :e Roosevelt went to Washing- I t.m nf.'or tin.- firt IIa. t lo of Uull Run, and . ::-iv? Pre.-ident Lincoln that he sruut. 4 t ri;! of Simon Ca ri-ion as Seo- r"tri - ol" War. wifh the result that j Mr. niton, tlw 'oiyanior of vie- tory," took h was Roo? (i:St.:: tie.st..;. sa' Tlir r.un'.Ü1- ' ' tit. ,T Thvr ir'., it; i .f i li'.P phtCr i.iii'iy render v.w. When the war it was Theodore who organized the allotment s;i v. d i i. more ?h" families of .- i -;!!: :v of New York tii.ni live :.:ilIio:; dollars of ti.d .. h-Mi tip war ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 October 1901

75he Sccrurge Copyrighted 1831 by CilAPTElt XI. Iloram is Caged. Carefully the three men emerged from the dungeon; and when Osmir had closed and bolted the door behind them, Selim went oa ahead with the lantern. They were armed with good tout swords, and the blacks wore daggers in their sashes. "In what direction must we pass out?" asked Julian, as they came to the end of the first valuted passage. "We must pass up where a guard Is always kept," answered Osmlr; "a.id our only hope Is that we may be able to fall upon the sentinels, and overcome them, without creating disturbance enough for a general alarm." "Whatever can be accomplished by atrength of arm, we will accomplish," said the robber: "and I think we can be shrewd enough not to strike until we see that the blow shall fall surely." "You can depend upon us,' added Osmir, stopping while Selim opened a door. "We have already placed our lives In jeopardy, and only a successful exit from the palace can now save us. But, as I told ...

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