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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 October 1901

' A vrwvl Irw-ttrfnir norland poor look tug LuriifMi irt the Hornt klud of com- J"; v. Eureka Harness Oil IWfc 111 - ' ' I bow t"k better, but mtk th 1 h ither soft an. I liail". p"H it m oni ditioiitu last tWH'H Ion us it or.lifiarily wouUl. f ill erThr iu rolri. Mal by STANDARD OIL CO. I Give Your I ' A , . Horse a Chance! ''. 7 ' v EI?e3nbcpenbcnt FuiDAY, Oi:toi:i-:u 11, UHJl. Gen. Alder's history ot the va? with Spain takes a fall out of Cien. Miles and also touches up Sampson rather sharply. Charles Bookwalter kept at it until he won. He was twice defeated for the nomination for mayor of Indianapolis, and when he received a nomination two years ago, was defeated by Mayor Taggart. This time he won out with a safe majority. Nothing like perseverance. Chicago is making an earnest effort to rid the city of grafters, and already several prominent men have been caught in the drag-net. Among the list is Robert E. Burke, city inspector of oils. He has long had the reputation of being t...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 November 1901

J , .y. m Vol. 7. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1901. No. 48. Comity Library Js udepeedeelo PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T A. BORTOX, M. I). N. U AüPINALI. M. I. Drs. Borton & Aspinall, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Night Calls promptly responded to. TVIephoue N , 2. North flichigan St.. PLYflOUTH, IND. DR. A. C. H01TZEIID0RFF -...AND-... DR. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF, PHYSICIANS &. SURGEONS. Cmer of Michigan ami Jefferson Sts. Xiht ( alls answered. Telephone 1 18. L. D. ELEY. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office: Room i, Corbln Block. Residence 'Phone 155 Office Hours: 8 to in a ni ; t to 3 and 7 ami tfp in, Calls answered promptly day or i)i?lit DR. H. P. PRESTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and lieideuce: Hi at occupied !' tli lata Dr. Viets. Telephone 102. OURTenderloin Steaks, Mutton Chops, Pork Chops, Cured Ham, IV einerwursts, Rib Roasts, Veal Stews, are delicious enough to make you want four meals a day. Specially prepared Pickled Pigs Feet, is an app...

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

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. NOVEMBER I90I UN UOX TUB WIS TBO mi . BAT O O o o o X. 2 3 4 S 8 7 O O IO IX 12 13 14 IS IB 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 2& 23 2G 27 28 29 3Q MliS MIS Of I U Items of Genera! Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Brccrd of TI ppral n of Moeh or Llttlf Importance from All Tart of the Civilized World Incident. Enterprise. Accident, Verdict. Crimea and War French minister of foreign affaiig instructed the lawyer of the French embassy at Constantinople to ascertain how Turkey proposes to pay the Lorando claim. French fleet arrives in Turkish waters. Fight in which Colonel Benson was killed turns out to have been a desperate battle. Percentage of loss on both sides exceedingly heavy. President of the United States of Colombia kidnaped by the orders of the political leaders of the country and carried into the mountains. Wife of Prince Albert of Belgium gave birth to a son. the heir presumptive to...

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

TALM AGE'S SEKMON. ! THE LAW OF COMPENSATION, SUN- ! DAY'S SUBJECT. Good or Evil Deedi Return to Bless or Blast Our Live Achievements of I'omologr "It Is He That Sittetb Upon the Circle of the Earth" I. 40: 22. Copyright. 1301, by Loui3 Klopsch. N. Y. Washington, Nov. 3. In this discourse Dr. Talmage shows that the good or evil we do returns to bless or c. r.,, vi o if t i He that sitteth upon the circle of the ! upon earth." While yet people thought that the world was flat and thousands of years before they found out that it was round Isaiah, in my text, intimated the shape Of it, God sitting upon the circle of the earth. The most beautiful figure in all geometry is the circle. God made the universe on the plan of a circle. There are in the natural world Itraight lines, angles, parallelograms, diagonals, quadrangles, but these evidently are not God's favorites. Almost everywhere where you find him geometrizing you find the circle dominant; 'and if not the circle then the curve, whi...

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

J 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 kidvTSt'5 neys are out of order v iji2"" or diseasedfl Vv.v Money trouDie nas . 2i-J : become so prevalent IN L 'or a child to be born T Ii mal 11 t uui uiiuiitiuvii V.liAf afflicted with weak kid-UfL-neys. If the child urinu,'- ates too often, if the 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 cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant .rouble 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 mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble. and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect cf ...

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

Her Heart is in a Pretty Shoe A ' ' Iii ! 00 AT ONCE TO THE 0 b Q Next Door to l'ostotllce, a ul sec a beautiful rew line of the latest tyles in FOOTWEAR at the most reasonable prices. Ladies' Fine F'exibl- Coin Toe.. .SI 25 Ladies' Fine Vici Patent Tip. 81 15 Ladies' Fine Kox Calf C-in T -e. .81 5 Childreu's Shoes. . . .25, 37, 45, l , To. lK)c Misses' Shoes at 85, irf gi, si. 20 We are he:i(liuuntis for eery thing in men's wear. M. RYAN. (EI?e3nbepcnbent Fkiday, Novkmiiki: b, IlKDl. LOCAL KKEVIT1ES. Fiom Friday' Dallv. Atty. C. H. Tibbetts spent the afternoon at Culver. J. M. Waldorf, of Indianapolis, is in town on business. K. C Klorpfer made a business trip to Chicago today. Mrs. Amasa Johnson returned this morning from Larwill L. T. Dierdorff, of Hourbon, was in town today on business. Miss Anna Dunn spent the afternoon in S"mth Hend on bu'inepe. 11. A. Shambaugh and wife went to Chicago today to see lien lhir played. MiseJJ-nha Walter-, of JJurktS U the guest of htr sister, Mr...

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

ITS e CS) Copyrighted 1991 by ID JO CHAPTER XVII. I Coin". ii a- u.j wound, ami expressed the hope that it And thus was the work accom- might not prove serious. When ho jdished; and with a result not to be , Lad gone, Albia remarked: wondered at. The Arabs had been -The mote I see of that man, the brave enough over their rich prizes, more do I love and honor him. Ho but they hajl lacked the sinew aud ; is no coiiimoa man, my lady." force of the attacking party, la fact, j i Sj:ajj always remember him With Upon foot, hand tO hand, and front tO ; gratitnr," ifHuned L'iin. gazing do.vn front, either Julian or his licut:u:i:it as she i) jke. might have been a match for half of j "And i,- :id'.od the bondsnaiden, them, earnestly, -should likr to remaiu with "Those two rascals are not worth Lira, and jjrve hi 111 always." pursuing." said our hero, as he noticed , "You Seiu-ro!i3. Albia." that Hobaddan wa looking after tue ' IJecau-e I am but a poor slave, and fiteing Arabs. "Let them go. ...

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

1 I J K , THE CORONATION CHAIR. fro tea t Against au Attempt to Mak It Look "imart-, The coronation chair is one of the most interesting pieces of historic furniture that exists; as a venerable witness in the long history of this country its value cannot be overestimated, knd not only so, but as a work of art, made by order of King Edward I to Inclose the stone from Scone, its importance is equally great. "What was the fate that befell this chair under the sympathetic charge of the officials? Mature reflection convinced these gentlemen that it did not look sufficiently "smart," and, no doubt, had it been placed, gray with age and history, on the "bath red" spotted carpet, surrounded as it was with the gimcrack brass railings from St. James' palace, It would have stood a silent and yet eloquent witness against modern official taste. The chair was placed in the hands of the upholsterers. It was smeared with biown stain and varnish, and otherwise tinkered by Messrs. Banting's man. Drag...

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

Rain and sweat have no effect on harness treated with Eureka Har ness Oil. It re sists the damp. seeps the leather oft and pliable. Stitches do not break. No rough sirface to chafe VIi and cut. The Yrv harness not only keeps locking lika new, but .A wears twice as long by the use of Eureka Harness Oil. Sold erywhere in caos all sizes. Made by Standard 0 Company Cf?e3nbepenbent Friday, November , 1101. The democrats gained a United States senator in Kentucky and one in Maryland. If anybody denies that Indianapolis is a moral city, cite him to the arrest, this week, of a man on the charge of associating with his own wife. Indianapolis JSun. The Columbia City Post very truthfully says: "When it comes to yellow journalism the papers endeavored to disgrace Admiral Schley and rob him of the laurels of a well-earned victory, are in a class by themselves. LESSON OF THE ELECTION. The results of the elections in the different states are by no means discouraging to the democracy. Kentucky and ...

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

ounty led -4 Vol. 7. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1901. County Library No. 40. c It 3Y 43 II PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. H. 0. STEPHENS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Orlk'e Mini Resilience: Koon s 3.4 und f. Model Il.ock. Entrance, fiist stairw ay soutii of I. o. Night fa N at of.W-e a swered Telephone 125. T A. PxKTtN M. I. NM AsriNAi.L. M.I Drs. Borton & Aspinall, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Mt,'lit Calls promptly responded t. Telephone N .'-. Nortli nichigan St., PLY HOLT H, INI). DR. A. C. HOLTZENDORFF DR. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. Corner of Miehltran ami .letfersnri Sts. Nlüht Calis auswtred. Telephone 11S. D. ELEY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office: Room Corbin Block. . Kesldenc Tliotie I.V.. Office Hours: S to o am; I to .i and 7 and .S p in, rails answeied prMnptly day or ui-lit DR. H. P. PRESTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. otiice and Hesidenee: Oiat occupied 1 the late lr. Viets. Telephone 102. i OUK. Tenderloin Stenks, Mutton...

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

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA II Items cf General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Record of Happening of Moh or Llttlo Importance from All Parts of the Civ lllzel World Inoident. Eaterprls. Accldtntt, Verdict. CrimM aid Wan Paul Revere, great-grandson of Colonel Paul Revere of revolutionary fame. Is dead at Morristown, N. J. Otto M. Ekberg, a non-union teamster, was murdered in Sau Francisco by an unknown man. , During the recent strike Ekberg and another nonunion teamster got into a fight with union men. It is thought this occurrence supplied the motive for the murder. French fleet ordered to leave MityIene and i roceed to island of Syra. Diplomatic relations between France and Turkey restored. Schooners Emily Taylor and George Irving v. recked on Lake Michigan and Saginaw Bay, but the crews rescued. Twenty-four students of St. Stanislaus' college, Day SL Louis, Miss., were expelled for going to a circus. Patients who...

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

i TALMAGE?S SERMON. BAN VERSUS EVIL THE SUBJECT LAST SUNDAY. Trmm FroTerbs XXI III 35, at Follows! "When Shall I Awake? I Will Seek It Yet Again The Return of the Prodigal Surmounting Obstacle. Copyright, 1301, by Louis Klopsen, N. Y. WasLlngton, Nov. 10. In this discourse Dr. Talmage depicts the struggle of a man who desires liberation from the enthrallment of evil and hows how he may be set free; text, Proverbs xxiii. 35: "When shall I iwake? I will seek it yet again." With an insight into human nature such as no other man ever had Solomon In these words Is sketching the mental processes of a man who has ftepped aside from the path of rectitude and would like to return. WishIns for something better he says: "When shall I awake? When shall I fet over this horrible nightmare of iniquity?" But seized upon by unradicated appetite and pushed down hill by his passions, he cries out: "I will seek it yet again. I will try It once to ore!" About a mile from Princeton, N. J., there is a ska...

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

Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Don't Know it. How 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 L . 1.1 - It CT73i unneauny conai'TWf Hon of the kidJ neys; if it stains your linen it is i evidence of kid ney trouble : too 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 So. 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 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 ...

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

J Her Heart is in a Pretty Shoe . 1 f r STf e-:. a mi 1! (iO AT ONCR TO THE Q J Next Door to I'ostoilice, anil see a beautiful ev line of the lates- styles in FOOTWEAR at the most reasonable prices. Ladies' Fine Ficxibl Coin T.e.. .81.2." Ladies' Fine Vici Patent Tip ??1 40 -I Laiies' Fine Box Calf C-in T .e..Sl ."is Children's Shoes. . . .25, 37, 45, ',J, 75. .H)c Misses' Shoes at f,S, s:, 1C, 81, 81.20 We are he:i!qu:irtei s for everything in men's wear. M. RYAN. (CI?e3nbcpenbcnt Fl&IDAY, NoVKMItEK 10, HOI. LOCAL BREVITIES. from Friday' Dally. SherilT Hmdurant is reported quite sic fe. Mrs. Ilaacr, ot Tyner, spent the forenoon in this city. M. Crews, of Inwood, was a I'lymoiith visitor today. C L. Morris went to South Uend on thi) morning tram. Win. York, of Uurr Oak, transacted business here today. Mrs. Tavers reiurntd today noon to her hom" a' Sutti Hnd. Harry Swindell returned this morning to his home ar. Kalamazoo, Mich. T. R. Marshall, of Columbia City, attended c...

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

(ohe S course Copyrighted INI toj CHAPTER XVII. (.Continued..) Ulin bowed her head upon her hands; and could the instinctive promptings of her heart at that moment have been read, they would have revealed a secret not much to be wondered at. "I think." said Ezabel. after a pause, "that you have had some opportunity to study Julian's character." "I have seen enough to assure me that he is a noble, generous man," returned Ulin, raising her head. "And," added Ezabel, "if you could know him better you would find your Impressions strengthened. But he will not be here long. As soon as he recovers from his wound he will leave US. "If I am not mistaken," ventured our heroine, "Julian is at home in this place." "Most certainly he Is. my daughter. From his earliest childhood he knew no other home but this." "And he was on his way hither when he overtook me in the hands of the Arabs " "Yes." "And will my presence cause him to leave you?" "I think not, lady. But you will five yourself no uneasi...

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

L J Delmonlco Wai a IVorker. Only the men who knew the late Charles C. Delmonico well ever appreciated the fact that for many years he worked much harder than any of hl3 employes. He gave his casual acquaintances the impression that his most serious duties in life were to be agreeable to every one and to smoke cigarettes. He was a confirmed night hawk and for years he never retired until long after midnight. Despite his late hours he was up many mornings early enough to be one of the first purchasers at the markets. New York Sun. Look at the Isabels! Every package of cocoa or chocolate put out by Walter Baker & Co., bears the well-known trade-mark of the chocolate girl, and the place of manufacture. "Dorchester, Mass." Housekeepers are advised to examine their purchases, and make sure that other goods have not been substituted. They received three gold medals from the Pan-American exposition. Mark Twain's Informal CalL When Mark Twain lived in Buffalo he made the acquain...

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

' - ' -1 "kern 0?e3nbeehbmi Friday, November 15, 1901. MINORITY DAD EXTER COUNSELORS. The editor of the Independent worked in harmony with the democrats in the recent legislature, and if the democratic minority did not do things as the editor of the Democrat would have done, it is possible that they considered the opinions of such democrats as John VV. Kern, Benjamin Shively and others of more consequence than they did the opinions of the men who have been damning the state central committee for the past two years. The editor of the Independent stands loyally on the democratic platform and will be just as loyal to the next platform and he will tender the editor of the Democrat the advice that he will find it more to his advantage, if he would bury his personal feelings when it comes to politics and not make such threats as "he will probably get all he wants of his insulting reference, etc." Mr. Democrat, you cannot acquire or hold political prestige by trying to kick faithful partyw...

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

otäety Vol. 7. Jun PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, XOVKMP.ER 22, 1901. No. 50. Ol Mai c mdepeodeetö PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. K. C. STHPIIKXS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office an.I KesUeuee: Koi! s 3.4 ami .1. Molel Block. Kntramv !irt .tairway soiitn of I. o. Night calls at otViee a swerei. Telephone 125. T. A. Boktox. M. 1. N. 15 A 11 x all M. I. Drs. Borton & Aspinall, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Night Calis promptly repoiiKl to. Telephone N ,'. North Hichigan St., PLYMOUTH, IND. DR. A. C. HOLTZENDORFF DR. C. F. "HOLTZENDORFF, PHYSICIANS Su SURGEONS. Corner of Michiau and Jefterson St. Ni-rlit Call anwerel. Telephone 118. L,. D. ELEY. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office: Room 1, Corbin Block. Bes.Iil.ence 'Phone 15.V Oflice Hours: 8 to 1 a. m ; lto3 ami 7 and S p.m. Calls answeied promptlj day or ni;;ht DR. H. P. PRESTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. office and Besidenoe: That occupied by the Ute Dr. Viets Telephone 102. I have leased the vacant store room in the Kendall hloc...

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

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C W. METSKEß, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. ti, IM I UK Items of General Interest Tcld In Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Record f TTappeniax of Math or Llttl Importance from All ParU of th Clrlllzed World Incident. Enterprises. JLccidant. Verdict. Crime od War London commented favorably on epeeches of Thomas B. Reed and Ambassador Choate at the Lotus club in New York. Russian company seeking to outbid American syndicate for construction of electrical lints in St. Petersburg. Member of Canadian ministry denounced Monroe doctrine as unjust to rest of the world. Dutch fishing fleet in North Sea attacked a British ship because of proBoer sympathies. Moslems and Christians reported to have clashed at Beyrout, Scutari, and Albania. Colombian troops preparing to attack rebels on the Isthmu3 of Panama. Presideute of Taytay, two police officials, and a native priest sentenced to death for killing seven of their countrymen in obedience to orders from insurg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 November 1901

J TALMAGE'S SEKMON. DESPONDENCY THE SUBJECT OF SU.nDAYS DISCOURSE. Xrom Hebrews, Chapter VI, Vere 19, as Follows: "Which Hope, We as an Anchor of the. Soul Iloth Sure auil Steadfast." Copyright, 1301, by Louis Klopsen, N. T.) j Washington, Nov. 17. In this discourse Dr. Talmage would lift people out of despondency and bring something of future joy into earthly depression. The text is Hebrews vi, 19, -Which hope." There is an Atlantic ocean of depth And fullness In the verse from which my text is taken, and I only wade into the wave at tha teach and take two words. We all have favorite words xpres.-üve of delight or abhorrence, "Words that easily find their way from brain to lip. words that have in them mornings and midnights, laughter and tears, thunderbolts and dewdrops. In all the lexicons and vocabularies there are few words that have for me the attractions of the last word of my text, "Which hope." Theie have in the course of our life been many angels of God that have looked ove...

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