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

Woman's Life Saved. A rather curious case came to our attention of a woman in Detroit whose life was saved "several times," so she says, by Ath-lo-pho-ros. Once is a good record, but "several times" makes her a warm advocate of Ath-lo-pho-ros w henever rheumatism is mentioned you can writeto her if you want Kate Nauman, b'J) 12th St., Detroit, Mich. She says Ath-lo-pho-ros is the best and only medicine that will cure rheumatism, "lecause it has cured me," and she fays "the swelling and intense pain ceased w ithin live minutes after the first dose." She further says, "the disease has no more dread for me as long as Ath-lo-pho-ros can he obtained." What it has done for herit will do fr anyone. Xl 11 1 I 11 Quickly Relieves RHEUMATISM Sold by Druggists. Booklet Sent Free. TUK ATII LOPH OHOM CO.. Saw Haven. Conn. (EfyeI3nbepen&ent CLAY W. METSKEK, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One Year, fl.!5ft Six Months, .75 Three Monthi, cash, - . .so Per Copy, .03 Entered at...

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

Her Heart is in a Pretty Shoe .V'- V- . -ji : "' Nv4 j Co to, r , -o. 00 AT ONCE TO THE Ü J J Next Door to Potoliice, and see a beautiful "ev line of the latest stvles in FOOTWEAR at the mo-it reasonanle prices. Ladies' Fine Flexible Com Toe. . .81.2" Ladies' Fin Viei Patent Tip SI 4T Ladies' Fine 15ox Caif Coin Toe.. SI 7,s Children's Shpes. . . .20, 37, 4". M, 7-. We Mieses Shoes at KS, bö, '.'", SI, 1.20 We are headquarters for everything in men's wear. M. RYAN. l?e3nbcpenbent Fuiday, Novkmukii 21, luoi. LOCAL IiUEVITIKS. From i'laar Ea!W. Mrp. St .IT rd went to Pierreion this morning where she will vssit relive. Te docrcru won the Imwljne contest lastevernug. Inking two gamed ou (f tt ree. N. Smith, wh.is horn- is ou Sophia ptre', Jett thi- inorning for tbesldier'f home a? Lafayette. M;s. (V)it e Kiker, of llourhon, is the guest of her daughter, Mre. N. II. Caoady a Rochester. Mrs W'rk has purchased Habcock tire extinsui-hrs for each of her building at Jlnantsute Mr. Mnntztr lef...

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

15 he Sccmrge Copjrlfbted 1W1 by UHAPlEll XIX. iCoiitinucd.j He had taken her hand and was raising it to his lips; but she suddenly drew it from him. "No! no! no!' she murmured. "Pardon, lady. I meant no offense." The tone was one of grief. "Oh Julian! Julian! Leave me not jet!" She lasted hr freed hand upon his arm and gazed up into his face. Her eyes were streaming with tears and her bosom heaved convulsively. "Lady ülin!" "Julian! O. in this hour of helplessness and need 1 turn to thee with all my trust and faith. If the love of this poor heart is worth the cherishing, take it, and keep it always. I have no power I have no choice. The light of thy face, beaming in love upon me. reveals to me that I am bound to thee by chains which I cannot break." She rested her head upon his bosom; and he. winding his stout arms about her, pressed her to his heart as a treasure the most precious that earth could bestow. The sun sank to its evening rest, and the shades of twilight deepened over t...

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

X Current News and Views RENEWAL OF CHINESE EXCLUSION. Next May the Chinese exclusion acts will expire by limitation, and the forehanded people of California are already engaged in a vigorous agitation for their extension. Probably this movement will be successful, but its chances seem to be somewhat jeopardized by the Intolerant attitude of some of Its supporters. In places where people turn upon the streets to stare after a quiet Chinese laundryman the source of the intense feeling against his race Is not understood, and the whole opposition to Chinese immigration is set down to unfounded prejudice. The supporters of the present movement would, therefore, do well to abate the violence of their language, and argue their case on its merits. That there are good reasons for renewing the present laws becomes evident on slight reflection. The objection to unrestricted Chinese immigration rests upon the assumption that a large number of Chinamen would come into the country if they could ...

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

FREEN At Chas. Shadel's Drug Store, SATURDAYS, NOV. 23 AND 30, there will be a display of OSMICURA, the Great Blood and Skin Remedy, and to each adult applicant there will be given a 50c Bottle FREE. GUARANTEED TO CURE. COSTS NOTHING. Clje3nuepenbent Friday, November 22, 11)01. A DISREPUTABLE ATTACK. The adverse impression created by the general suspicion of such tnings is inimueiy imcnsincu tome member of the legislature returns to his constituents and pro ceeds to erect buildings that he could not have dreamed of owning prior to his sixty-one days t the capital at $6 per day and pay his own board. Plymouth Tribune. The Independent does not choose to waste time or space in replying to the "disreputable cur" that dares to impeach the honesty and integ rity of the publisher of this paper by innuendo. If he wasn't the un principled sneak that he is, he would make his charge and state the name of the man he assails in connection therewith. The publisher of this paper would in that case...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1901

Cometv c Plymouth; Marshall county, Indiana, fbiday, November 29, 1901. OL. i. No. 51. edepeedeeto PROFESSIONAL CARDS, DR. R. 0. STEPHENS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office ami Residence: Ji.nvi s 3.4 and ". Mml l Block. Entrance, first stairway south of I. O. Night c.V.ls at olüce answered Telephone 125. T. A. Horton. M. I. N. U AjTINAI.I, M I Drs. Borton & Aspinall, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Night ('alls promptly responded t. Telephone N ,2. North riichigan St., PLYHOUTH.IND. DR. A. C. HOLTZENDORFF ....AND... DR. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF, PHYSICIANS &. SURGEONS. Corner of Michigan, and Jefferson Sts. Nl.rht Calls answered. Telephone 118. L. D. E LEY. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office: Room 1, Corbin Block. Kesldence 'I'lione -55. Oftic Hours: 8 to a m ; 1 to 3 and 7aml$p in. Calls answered promptly day or niht DR. H. P. PRESTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OßVe and Uesiden-e: That occupied hy the late Dr. Viets Telephone ioj. I have leased the vacant store room in the Kendall b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1901

I THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. a W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Sensation is caused In Johannesburg by the discovery of another conspiracy, and twenty arrests are made. Count von Hatzfeldt, veteran Ger man diplomat, who recently resigned as ambassador to Great Britain, died in London of congestion of the lungs. St. James Gazette repeats charge that English actors are coarsened in America because of the difference between audiences. In the Donine trial the defense established the fact that there had been a struggle with Ayres. Government drops a witness who gives testimony favorable to the prisoner. President Castro orders arrest cf the Venezuelan minister of war and many of his paitisans on the charge of conspiracy. City official of Pittsburg. Pa., appointed by Recorder A. M. Brown, resigned rather than serve under the new recorder appointed by Governor Stone after the removal of Brown. Quay planning to make J. D. Cameron governor. Howard Egleston, an agent of the Illinois...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1901

T5he S ofD Copyrighted 1W1 bj GOBBEI CHAPTER XXII. The Executioners. At an early hour the following morning he sent for Omar, who soon answered tie call. "I hare one word to say one veQuest to make," said Horam, after the morning's greetings had passed. "I urish you once more to tell me the story of Helena's Innocence, and thenceforth to remain silent upon the aubject. I may have dreamed some Of the things that now startle my thoughts; for I am not clear at what point you left me last night." Thus called upon, the king of Aleppo related all that he had told on the previous evening, and then made some further explanation of incidents which he had not before revealed. It was a plain, simple statement, bearing the tamp of truth upon every word. "O!" groaned Horam, clasping his thin hands together, "what would I five to call Helena back to life! But it cannot be. She is gone and she was Innocent!" He started up from his seat, and walked several times across the floor; and when he next a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1901

I I I I II. II .1 II . I .1 , l . , ... I. ..... , ... I II II The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist. Tfca DlicoTerer of Swtmp-Root at Work la Hit 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 of the blood the albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's Disease, the worst form 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 book telling about SwampRoot and its wonderful cures....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1901

1 Ii 1 Her Heart is in a Pretty Shoe H i!1 00 AT ONCE TO THE D Next Door to 1'ostotHce, and see a beautiful rew line of th latest styles in FOOTWEAR at the most reasonable prices Ladies' Fine Flexible Coin Toe. . .81.-" Ladies' Fme Vici Patent Tip 14.") Lanier' Fine Box Calf Coin Toe. .81 3 Children' Shoes. . . .'25,37, r,0, To, '.Klo Misses' Shoes at hö, ..", 31, 81.20 We are headquarters for everything in men's wear. M. RYAN. Xbe3n&cpenbent Fkiday, Xovemisei: 2i, 11H31. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Fvlaay' IaIIy. Mre. William Craig is reported quite sick at her home in West Plymouth. Mrs. Alice Hartley, of Chicago, is yisiting Mr. and Mr?. K. Hotzienfora couple weeks. George Coinpton and family changed cars here today from Uourboo to their home in Rochester. The plaintiff finished their Bide in the Lapoite road cases today and court adjourned until next week. Misses Mary and Dora Lawrence arrived toaay from Piercelon to attend the dance ar the opera house this eve nicg. Mies ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1901

TALMAHE'S SERMON. THANKSGiVING" THE SUBJECT ON LAST SUNDAY. Tba Vlctorlf of Vfiev Gold Not the Kent Product Helicon the Tree of Life Growth of National Indmlry Advance iu Literature. (Copyright, 1901, b Louis Klopsch. N. T.) Washington, Nov. 24. This discourse of Dr. Talmage is a national congratulation over the achievements of brain and hand during the past twelve months. The texts are: I Corinthians ix, 10, "He that ploweth should plow in hope;" Isaiah xii. 7, "He that Fmootheth with the hammer;" Judges v. 1. "They that handle the pen of the writer." There is a table being spread across the top of the two great ranges of mountains which ridge this continent, a table which reaches from the Atlantic to the Pacific sea. It i3 the Thanksgiving table of the nation. They will come from the east and the west and the north and the south and sit at it. On It are smoking the products of all lands, birds of every aviary, cattle from every pasture, fish from every lake, feathered spoils from ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1901

f aw. 601 Si REPORT Nicaragua Route Is the Best and Cheapest. COST ABOUT $189,864,062. PT h Panama Kottte tho Coat If Ftluiateel at "$233,374,S.'i8, nnd In Addition the Can tl Conrriiin AVouIel Cost the tnited States 81 DO. 1 1 1,000. The Interoceanic Canal Commission's report is in favor of the Nicaragua route and it will be submitted to Congress before the holiddays. Here Is the report in full: The Investigations of this commission have shown that the selection of "the most feasible and practicable route" for an isthmian canal must be made between the Nicaragua and Panama locations. Furthermore, the complete problem involves both the sea level plan of canal and that with locks. The Panama route alone Is feasible for a sea level canal, although both are entirely practicable and feasible for a canal with locks. The time required to complete a sea level canal on the Panama route, probably more than twice that needed to build a canal w'th locks, excludes it from favorable consideratio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1901

Coughs "j "My wife had a deep-seated cough for three years. I purchased two bottles of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, large size, and it cured her completely' J. H. Bürge, Macon, Col. Probably you know of cough medicines that relieve little coughs, all coughs, except deep ones! The medicine that has been curing the worst of deep coughs for sixty years is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Tint sixes : 25c, Sic.. St. All tfraftfsU. ' Conialt your doctor. If he says take it, then de a be aayt. If he tell you not to take It. then don't take it. lie knows. Leare It wttk him. ff at willing. J. C. AY ER CO., Lowell. Mass. C!?e3nbepcnbent Friday. November 20, 1901. Carrie Nation appeared recently as the star attraction of a public entertainment at Marietta, O., under the auspices of a saloonkeeper and a pugilist. Carrie is a fraud. The Truth, of Elkhart, is using its editorial columns freely in efforts to rid that city of gambling joints. Who would have thought that there was any gambling in Elkhart? Congre...

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

; - - ' emits OL. (. County Library JuUOl PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DKCKMHKR 1901. No. 52. CoMety edepeed. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. K.Ü. STKLMIKXS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offire an.! Kesl.leuee: Khih s 3. 4 am! 5. Mnlel Kxtok. Kntrauce. first stairway south f I. . Night calls at office at.swered. Telephone 125. T. A. Kokton. M. I. N. Asiixalu M. I Drs. Borton & Aspinall, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Niht Tails promptly rej.pon.led to. Telephoue Mo. 2. North Hichigan St.. PLYHOUTH, IND. OR. A. C. HOLTZEHDORFF AND--DR. C. F. HOLTZEHDORFF, PHYSICIANS Sl SURGEONS. Corner of Michigan and Jefferson Sts. Merit falls answered. Telephone 118. L. 13. ELEY. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office: Room 1, Corbin Block. Kesldenee Thoiie Otliee Hours; H to a in; l to 3 and Tind.sj m, alls ai.swelcd pron ptly day or ni'ht DR. H. P. PRESTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ni; e and Kesidence: rtiat occupied by tlie l ite Dr. Viets Telephone 10a. I have leased the vacant store room in the Ke...

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

t THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. CL W. XETSKER, Tub. and Trop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. Joseph Flory lulls his "wife and himself at St. Louis, making orphans of threo small children. Thomas W. Lawson lost $12,000,000 by tho drop in copper. Ho will hold to his steel:, however, at all costs. Religious services held Sunday at the Charleston exposition preliminary to tho formal opening Monday afternoon. Syndicate of Chicago men bought six gold mines at Idaho Springs, Coio., for $203,000. Company in-orpcrated at Baltimore to make whisky out of watermelons. The whisky will be. made from the ripe fruit in tho summer and in the winter from the seeds. The water used will be furnished from the fruit itself. Fifty-seventh congress convened at noon Monday. Fleet of twenty-seven steamships ownsd by Samuel & Co. cf England reported sold to American interests for $40,000,000. Eastern oil properties included in the deal. Tall in price of silver sent gold to a premium at Manila. Speculators impor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 December 1901

t)he Scoirae of D snr-as Copyrighted VJil bj CHATTER NXII-- Continued). .. . . ... 1 ,...,.'- In inn itiifti I'iCi on:4 ilifuuvu. i He raid Iiis manacled hands to his j brow, and tried to realize the force of the wonderful thins he had hoard. j Horam start od t; his foi t. and then j eank hack, and buried hi face in his j Lands. His thoughts had sini.Ienb liown from the t-iory of the present j hoar to that other sl-ry which he hat had luard on the uight 'iore; r.n.I ' the crash almost took away his senses. Omar, when he saw how matteis Stood, filt tailed upon to speak; for he believed that ho had discovered two things: First, that his old fiiend and brother was struggling to open his breast to Iiis child; and. second, that Julian might he brought to forgiveness when he know the whole truth. "My frk-nds." he said, rising t: his feet as he spoke, "the story is not yet complete. It remains for me to finish it." lien Hadad and Isabel gazHi eag-! o d Julian leaned 1 tip into Iiis face; a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 December 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 mads by Dr. i Kilmer's Swamp-Root, Ä El i-v-f I Lk and bladder remedy. ll'fRT I I. : .L- . J: II 15 IUC ICdl II1CU1cal triumDh of the nineTil teenth centurv: disi till covered after years of juI scientific research by V3!! Dr. Kilmer, the emi1 f til neni Ktaney ana ciaader 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 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 December 1901

The Best Place un Earth to trade is at the 1 t If o Xt?xt Door to Iotollice. Special Prices for December. Children's Hose, pair. $.05 Fleece-lined Hose, ladies 15 Wool Socks 10 Cotton Socks 05 Shoestrings 01 Good Wool Drawers.. .25 Wool Socks, ext heavy. .20 Wool Overshirts 50 Men's ( J loves or Mittens .05 Men's Wool Mittens... .10 Heavy Work Mittens or Cloves 25 Nice Winter Caps 25 A good shoe for men, li.?. Our modtl line of shoes, Sl.-o Our Defender line, SI.Ö0. A tine dress shoe, $2. Men's Hoots, SIM. All grain shoes, 8"r. We are agents for the Celeb'ated Douglass Shoe, the best in the world. In Kubbfr Honte, Arctics, Alaska?, Etc., we sell only the Mishawaka war ranted Krad. Felt Hoots and Overt complete, SI .":. 81.73 and 82. We carry large stock, do a cash business "Quick Sales and Small Profits" being our motto. M. RYAN. Cl?e3nbepenbent Fhiday, Dkcembei: ', 11)01. LOOAL BREVITIES. From Friday Dally. V. E. Bailey spent the afternoon at New Carlisle. Miss Maude Fetters wa in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 December 1901

i i ci Governmental Problems Dwelt On at Length in the Document. URGES Ei'SlLS OF TrIE f.SiRCi:i3TS Czc'sc-cz and His ilk Enemies of tiie Hur.'an Race. THE MERITS OF RECIPROCITY. President Dt-fi n,U the YVrkiiiri of tho lrot-f i o Tariff--Construction of the Nicar.ii;i, in Canal I'rs f, una the LayI o of a ( aliic to Hawaii anil the Pliilito-iiicH Ii tni-s in tlie Irc'nt 31iliti:i I.av - K oniiiioniieJ The Navy. A oo'-rn Koos viU'j 1 -a : "no;- p Cva;-r. of frck' given nt t ::i'o u.:! -v of K nrosoiif at i v s: us t;::.'.i!i,:ty. : '- ::;i. . I: r:. . . nit - i' i! fn . "i" r.i y i a r Oi. ii, ".V "A;:i t!i an l . u ii i r sixtii s. -!ioi .1 :n t:i-- .- of : l-v ., J til. ti, I -I ) i.-j : 1 . t , : t tu - t I;.--!. t .-i t" .:: I.-;., i Fi r--a v V. .... il: ;:t "our; i 1. i I- 4 - . . .. ' : !.!: ' t.-ilTS. ho 1 ami ' V 1 . I h t nt to Aoi r' 1 -i-an a v, 1 .V..re I i.f ;i, 'I , r I ! i 'an f'l-.e--nfi.-.ini .-. -h V. !.: - I:-. (y, s Ulli' - .i'..-. i r -s n : i : ri i h- J :: -o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 December 1901

I KOTES ON SCIENCE. CURRENT NOTES OF DISCOVERY AND INVENTION. Some Vulu.iMe Information si to tlie Value of Antiseptics An Intention for Inking anl t'leuuiii;; Kulbe.' l'rintin;; Maiii;M N'ole.t of In v.-i t iou. .nTisrrric One aim of the surioii of modern times is to eliminate from wounds all traivs of dirt and of serins. The growth of gorms products "tint" of the most harmful nature, since the ahrorrthm of the materials thrown off i:i the -o.:t.-e of their growth occasions syn;;io::;s resrnildins acute poisonin?. The words antiseptic and antisepsis are almost synonymous with words of oI(!-ti;.:e virtue namely, clean and cle:.n!i!H'?. A perfectly clean wound l.eals rapidly and without the discharge of fluids. la order to fctcure this most desirable result the surgeon r-nes to extreme lengths to secure ali-ol ite cl:-an-line.-s. Tiie site r.f the wound. tho turpeon's hands and nails, the instruments e:::;:oyed mi:.st each Le icnde.ed al.si)lwrIy tree from the kast trace of germ life...

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