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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 4 March 1896

OUR SPECIALTY! rfi 10 t TIl- art our -preiultv Si ued I ..-t.1 :" I'..ml. --iinde n tin- latent vi'. last-.. 1 1 e pal tin!ar feature m ur Im -s is tin l'a-t thai im latii--i-t (. in-i t :il ( 1 1 r i i 1 1 llu i" ,ii our K'mkIn- mail- Irt'iu itiiuine sli So'f .e:itli-r iiothiiii: 1m. our iiNMe:ir I .im fan not le leat. I'rtt . Si livJi. Swpert i'itlir :tnl Wen.i. Uc-Iil ny ! .lati on Men's l-'tne sliox our'- U tin Iii i .Moon. St. -re ..I I J - it . There's Always Room at theTop because "Few" Get There, a fact we never lose sight of It keeps spurring us en to reach the highest point of perfection m our line of I IA'1'S. They are made of the lines! I'urs, Hands, Htndiiigs and Leathers; are of exceptional hii;h grade and seeond to iuhic. SOHUY SPRIM SUITS arriving ami see us. Hespert fully, Ryan I'mpru'tor- of Tin Model, I (Il?c3nbcpcnbcnt Vi:inki.yy, Maimmi 4. IW. SiTRANGKRH NOW. 1 . ' I . 'It- Cell To-day is in birthday. I've spen but IS winters. Nell You ought to consult tin tvuli...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 4 March 1896

J. WHEN THE COWS COME HOME. .Th. l'ghl tie mountain falls aslant; , The birds in the bush arc still; 1'' cricket chirp in the pasture plan: Vlirii tin- rows wiui'invr the hill. .Th- swallow circle a'iv. the eave; ; ! strip mounts tie sky; .The .-'j ui fir! t rtw'c the g illen s'i.Mve I '.ViH'ii tin- i'H are i'.istiu' 'y. I --' ;.:T Ihr ai'ey the shadow ' eivop, j 'nk'uir.s: the pree:i of tic i;:c: I' i.v i in the garden the lcao-vVes !'"', Using t'c breath of Iii Iii t ."' tinkle ' hells in -.wo.-i to 'ny ear. J Hid swcrb-r the Words of a S':ii .1 J. -if the siü :er i s low lv bringing near j As !hr fi'.l-.i"s the niivs a!i:i4- f-'v sings of .1 " Ter whose faith is fnt Wlcic. ir hi- footsteps maui; ?Am I her ( Ic-k grows rod wai meet at 1 A- the i ! - ;re tearing Ii viü ' Ne.v i..ii n:ii:i. I'AU'ilAIKN'S START. I Fab -bairn's a successful man es l:ecr1ly since his wife's money has eu iM.nI liim to write at leisure ami he's I . ei . ! ; I do think he I n ks resouree. S..' here, tliis...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 4 March 1896

r.iEn grope A TTOMAN SEES THE LIGHT. Che Best Understands a Woman's Ills. trZCIAL TO OLK Li CT BIUDZR. Howgladly would men fly to womans Aid, did they but understand a woman's leellng, trial?, sensibili ties, and peculiar organic disturbances! TücMe things are known only to women, and tho ai'l a man voiiM give is not at hin command. This is why so many, women euf for. Twenty rears ago Lydia E. Pinkham gave to the womCn of the world the result of her years of study in the form of her Vegetable Compound, a univer sal remedy for all fe male complaints. .She vreTl deserves the t ".Saviour of her Sex." Mie saw the light of reason, and gave it toher suffering sisters. All female diseases put forth their $ynip- I -A nes?, las?itude, palc ? ""v n?3 dizzines, lalntncss, leueor- rhnra, faltering step?, sleeplessness, bearing-down pains, baekarhe, and conse quent melancholy and the blues. Lydia K. rink ham' 3 Vegetable Com pound lias tor twenty years saved women from all this. Hear this woman ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 4 March 1896

The New YVotii:ii. V. lK.M M"l I.INN . We're oin' to liae a new woman An" faith, she i here wid ikii. she g.in" to vote an' hoiilil offne Am" l'uk for tier rights in h row. She's wearin' MUt'or pants thev cHllMoomer. VM jacket tit on the same plan. id -laves Mi; enough for a mail sack. An" riJ-'s ii a hike like a man. lif' suliil n base bail an tinnis. An" kii'H k; the bjes out In the rinif. she bangs the jiiano like blaes. au play on the banjo an sing. Mi.- runs a machine to write letters An' k:ij'-s up a clatter allday. An' Saturday nolglit. will a lluiish. she puts in her ioi ket the pay. she swims loike a duck in t lie water An" skates w hin the w eather i cold. An' shouts at" a nn like a sogier, An", heilad. she n:er get auM. she's aller the lawyers an" iloetrs. An' wan :v these days purty quick she'll rack ui a tin sthory bulldin' A hod full av morter an' brick. she'll run all the min out av business. An thin phwat will happen. I fear she'll join all the cranks in the country ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 7 March 1896

-W tad eeRiiy eon ii Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 18 No. 34. lent. MOIMTAItY KKCOKI. THE INEVITABLE HOUH COMES TO MANY. .luliu l. I!us"" --" llir llotiif of Mi Mother alter a IV Month lliie. Obituary ol" 1 1 . Aut-Iiue Maley Other Death 'There is a reaper and his name is Death." lie beckons and his will is supreme. The young, the old. and the middle-aged alike answer his dreaded summons. This is truly exemplified m the death of John M. Huge. We stand in the pieseiiceof this great mystery and wonder what it all means. Its only hciore death An. I not in death Thai death is death. This we all know, that in the great economy of the Creator there is no waste. We look into nature and there we see an infinite world throbbing with life. A meteor flashes across the sky and men tremble. On and on it whirls through space, accumulating power and form as it Hies, until at last another world is traveling with the speed of lightning. And then the Almighty breathe...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 7 March 1896

THE INDEPENDENT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. YEAR'S NATAL XOTES. THE GREAT PROGRESS MADE IN EQUIPPING WARSHIPS. Only a Limited Number of a Very Im portant Volume Printed by the Cot eminent Holme' Sentence of Death Sustained. Digest of the Volume. Tho Navy Department has issued its annual volume of note? on the year's na val progress. Owing to one of the restric tion imposed by the last printing act, it lias not been possible to print more than J .t M m i copies of this valuable work, not withsta ruling the fa ft that this number is less than the number of naval otlicers on the active lists, who are supposed to be Mipplie.l with the work in furtherance of their technical education. So the depart ment has been obliged to cut off not only the press and foreign legations, heretofore Mipp'ied as a oiirtesy. but also all of the junior otlicer of the service, the very per suiis who .vuiiM most benefit by the study o-f the volume. The leading feature of ihis number is a set of preliminary notes on t...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 7 March 1896

TUE CRISIS IX ITALY. EXPEDITION AGAINST MENELIK ALMOST ANNIHILATED. l:ir cT;ii:ini(l Soldiers Said to Have I'.ilkn I'esentmcnt Against the ((vi-r:iiiu'iit Material Intercut Which This Country llus in Cuba- liontcd in A !.vsiifiia 1 :..! N'itai::"i :t daggering h'ow in ! i- perari..ns Abyssinia, t Mie re !.. ii!- I7 that (" lite Italian sI- üiT- wiv killed, ami t ;i a t among them w Gens. Alhes ri. and Dnrbarnii- i i. u !m commanded t v.. i!ie thrt' M coi- t :n!i. Another ru ay that Gen. 1 ir.i : ieri. when he !i..t;iiii- aware of the f :'.! extent of tho !:s a wrote a letter r. !i". n ii c cess or. Cit. PaidUsera. and !' :i .iiunit ted sui . "! Iy shoo; i:ig him- 'liroii-'i f!n- h ::rr v : : I a ivvnlvrr. I"- .1 !-rai! of t't- 'i:t 1 1 .-1 1 it t been , . . t . . . . .1. : . ".' - vi 't ;ii Koim- a t u ir.vr uu is i'.'t it appears t'aat t h defeat of ! it:. hat: v.as .-. :n;.;. The Italian f:i.v va divided t'ln-e -Iniiiti- un- it . . ..: i: .... it... ! 1 l h . ' '.i 1 o .'!. . 1 "T...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 7 March 1896

(CI?c3nbepcnbent ZMMÜRMA.S Jt SMITH, fropr's. A. D. .SMITH. General Manager. Office, Corner (iarro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. MT.-riill'TION I'I'ICK. One Ye;ir. Si Month. One War. ali. Si Months, ra-h. 1 lim' .Months. a-li. IVriony, $l.r. .75 l.liO ,M . X .() tntfietl at the pot oltl.-e at 1'1 mouth, lmliaiKi. as matter of the m-oihI rlas. ,mvki:vi:u. M A KCl I 4. In IT'.M Vermont was admitted as a tute. .John Adams was inaugerated as pre sident of the dated States in IT'.M. Tue eruption of Mt. Ktnu occurred in iv;. (i rover Cleveland was inaugurated as Piesident of the diited states for his second term. On March Ith 1 SUÖ the insurgents at Jagney Orand, Cuba, surrounded. mm:c:ii .". The death of Pope Clement VIII oc cured in 1MÖ, In 17) an act was passed repealing all duties except on tea. William II. Seward, of .New York, was appointed secretary of tate in lSt'.I. In lsi'2 on the above date General lleauregard took command of the army of Mississippi. Jeneral William Sher...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 7 March 1896

Im (D?c3nbcpcnbent .Tri:i.Y, Maim ii 7, ls'J5. CNCLE EUKN M OKA LIZ KS. It's suffei in' makes de usefulness, Whiehebber way you look; De lUhixi' worm's no good ontel lie's sirugglln' on Ue hook. Washington Star. LOCAL RKEVITIES. From Wednesday's Daily. Dr. lieu, of Culver City, is in the city today. Mrs. Corey North is having a seige of lag! ip, e. Kd Weaver, of South P.end, was in our city today. Dr. Smith and Win. Pomeroy Sr., are in South Hend today on business. i )hi fr-w wel s at I armland are once t . a- - more becoming active in that locality. Mrs. Sue Kott, of Hourbon, visited with her ill sister. Mrs. M. A.Miller. Tuesday. Try the celebrated Perkin's Home made wet mince meat. Kuhn's market sole agent. Miss Jennie Drago, of Valparaiso, is visiting Mrs. W. V. Young of 7i7 Vest J arro street. We inadvertently said yesterday that Judge liurson was from Warsaw. His home is Knox. At Terre Haute, yesterday, Samuel Uigney, a wealthy citizen died from the effect of hiccoughs. Mrs. F...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 7 March 1896

J .DON'T 'tAN OUT OF PLUMB. Did v.-.: rvrr observe i:i your rambles Tie pei.;ieal scenes of the day How ' i. ivforee-r-. eisender a doubt Hy .: t-rj j i T! -t v.'. i;s way V Q"'he r . i i.s lsbip ;iys remi.ils nii of Who t ; '-.i h my ;: .n have come. 'At'it'i ' ?.- ' strit.ea magnilii eat pose, IIn' . . .-ac it l ieaa out of plumb. fPhey losr. too far ba k an 1. in f -t, be- c::-,f bent. Mos ;.. ( ';si til" post U Pi they take 'Aii'i .. .;. of expressing 'l"';i' i1!"''1' ';.!'! t 'I ii. y . r on to fear they may break. They v. ,i: vol) to feel that iliey'ie hoUot :. : ii u ise And i. :.t all crooked or dumb. Ye: i'..-r :'!.i',v will s!:i:i 1 wit!i their eyes : "i fdvtos And ... , i,-rion-Iy lean out of dumb. In MM' : '-r religio:?. i:i politics, too. II o ; vtitude we would i: i l-'. Bland :i tly fort! o the popular view A in: . '. try t strut r to pose. I',r . ! '.:.! our ea gerue.s.s may In too At . : has ha pp-Mied to A:ii i- : .V-'its to tower in matters of I-.y;--.' ;.') chanc...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 7 March 1896

1 I- Ohl Xti.y of Katinff Mustard. Mustard used to bo oaten whole ami dry instead of in a paste made from mustard Hour. There are many more shining quali ties in the mind f man, but there are none so useful as discretion. MEN GROPE. A TFOMAX SKES THE LKJIIT. She Best Understands a Woman's Ills. 8TTCIAL TO OLE LAUT IfADTIÜ Hott gladly would men fly to woman's aid, did they but understand a woman's feelings, trials, sensibili ties, and peculiar organic disturbances! Those things are known only to women, and the aid a man would give is not at his command. This i3 why o many women suf fCT. Tx.vnty yrars ago Lydia K. Pinkham jrave to the women of t he world the result of her f J years of s-tudy in the t frni of her Vegetable ompounil, :t univer sal remedy for all fe male complaints. She well i!f serves the title, "Saviour of her sx." he saw the light of rton. and pave it to-her suffering sisters. All female diseases 1 loin's, rn. n t' nvi uu5 nr l:i sil Ililc Jirilc- ne.se, duzmes, faint...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 7 March 1896

I VN KU. March W.m;. William Wallace's baby, about live months "Id, is quite sick with lung lever. Miss Dora llennett returned last Sat urday evening from a prolongued visit with relatives in Wayne county. Barrett Jarrell, of Marion, has been in Ulis place tor a lew days shaking bands with his friends. Henry Haag spent Saturday and Minday with his family in this place, j Henry is at Valparaiso attending col lege. Mrs. Myers was called to Lal'az last Sunday to see her son, Fred Myers, who was quite sick. Jacob l'ryer ami family, of Monterey, visited with his father a few days this week. In ne year from the time they or ganized, the 1'. 15. sewing society sewed ö:S pounds of carpet rasjs, 1 1J garments, quilts, ' comforts, and pieced '.7 quilt blocks. They have succeeded in raising s7o for the benefit of the new church. Henry Jarrell entertained a large number of relatives and friends at his home on last Friday in honor of the eighty-second birthday anniversary of his mother, known as...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 11 March 1896

- L Mdepeed PIjYMorTII, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, WKDNKSDAY, MARCH 11, ISM Vol. II. Xo. .'J Saum Weekly iäO A SriMJEX DEATH. L'HAHLKS K. HANLLY HEART UISKASK. DIKS Ol' Canif lion l.nf-ll Tli in the Et .1. 15. Howell Ci x k .lukf Ullin I i Iftlil t-:-ul Charles 1 Ilatdey, of Lafayette, who came to this city some, time ago to take lieatment at the liorton sanitarium for the morphine habit, has. with the ex ception of a few days, been under the doctor's care up to the time of his death which occurred Friday of heart fail ure. To set aright a false rumor that has been circulated on the streets tins morning, we. give the exact tacts in the matter. Ilatdey was sent here by relatives and commenced taking the treatment for the morphine habit on Jan. lt'.th, being discharged on Feb.üth. It seems that llanley desired to die and, on two occasions previous to Iiis coming to Plymouth, had attempted to end his life by shooting himself. He repeat edly told the doctor that he was wast ing his time ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 11 March 1896

J b 'J m (Ef?e3nbcpeubcnt Publisher and Prop -iVors PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. A SACKED SENSATION. ST. LOUIS DIVINE MIMICS SAL VATION ARMY. Älcnibers of His Fwcll Church Don't Like It-Dramatic World Mourns Jas. H. McVitkcr-Iieci.less Profli gacy of a Prosperous Alaskan Miner Shocks Fpiscopalians. Canon C. M. Davis. .f Christ Church Cathedral, St. Iyouis, Mo., with two as sistant clergynn-n and ten members of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew, recently ap pearel on Twelfth slnt-t, surplicel and cassocked. Forming a hollow spiare. with the Canon in the -ent'r. holding Uft a pron ss'oiial rss. they held a brief Mr r vice, pa turned after that of the Sal vation anny. Canon Davis ami the ten brthers of St. Andrew lifted their vices in song. The crowd was then invited to follow to the chapel, and with th young and hamlsome Canon in the lead a pro cession was formed that marched to the cathedral. About twenty-live sinners, steeped in all degrees of sin. brought tip the rear. Canon Davis explained that...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 11 March 1896

THE FARM AND HOME. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO FARM ER AND HOUSEWIFE. Views of One Farmer on Form Wages Unless Animals Are Sheltered Good Feeding Does Not Avail Water for Cows Variety with Mtisilaiee. Manure from Clover Hoy. A Italtimore County farmer writes to Hoods Dairyman the following in structive and interesting article on Farm Labor. He says: "My father once told me that about twenty years ago. as he was on the first of the year taking stock, so to speak, of the year's work he put as the lowest calculation, the price for hay at S'JO a ton. wheat at SI a bushel, and other products in proportion. To-day I pay the same wages that he did, when U is reckoned in money, but when it is reckoned in grain and hay. it takes two bushels now where it then took but one, and in this year of a short hay crop it takes nearly two hundred pounds to pay for a day's labor, where it used to take but one. -Now, in the fate of this, ain I go ing to employ nil the labor I can. and create a still further d...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 11 March 1896

Cf?e'3nbepenbent ZIMMERMAS & SMITH. Propr'B. A.D. 5MITH. Oenerat Manager. Office, Corner Garro and Michigan Street: Telephone, 84. SI'HSCIMPTION rilICK Oue War, Sl MuUtlK. One Year. cash. Six Mouths, cash. Three Months, rash. Per Copy. - $1.00 .75 i . .03 Kutered at the po.t oMce at Plymouth. luitiAhu. a matter of the second i-lav. A.NMV KICSA It V. MA HC I! 1. This day marks the death of Amerigo Vespucci, in 1451. Today occurred the death of Kmperor William I, of (Jerrnany, in 1SSS. Milliard Fillmoredied in 1571. The historical writer, Win. (Juthrie. died in 1771. It marks t.'-j event, in 18U2, of the light between the Merrimac and Mon itor. ma nci I 10. On this day, 1S2, occurred the death of .lohn VI, King of Portugal. Prince of Wales' marriage took place in 18 2. (irant obtained the appointment of Oeneral-in-Chief of armies of the Tni ted States. In 1SU3 lire destroyed SI,:(JO,Oi0 worth of property in Boston. A year ago the Chinese asked Japan for peace. In 1S70 the first wo...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 11 March 1896

There Will Be a Special Sate of Men's and Hoys' Suits at MODEL, commencing Friday morning, March 13, lsW.at . o'clock u in., and continuing until Saturday evening, March II, IS'."'., at 10 'dock T. in. tilir PRICKS Dl'RIMi THIS tiKKVT SU.ri. 'J 4 Morllnnir -ol.l .tri'l!v for m-Ii. a d. int ( vsuul yon tu )u tilt Ihn.? itsluiiietl ly (Iiom w h ! u Tilit iiiiiM'. Wlifii uu traile wiih ns ou nvoiu in ifturu ; ?X iilmrulreil rnts for t verv rilhr tiotlmiin tlillN. KfjfPtliill. RYAN & JOSEPH, Proprietor ( 'lit Model. Pl month. Inl. (LI?c3nbepcn6ent Veim:siay, Mai:c.-ii 11, 18'JI. SL'CH FAME. Ethrl (aged six, as the Princeton football team comes on the field) Mercy, mamma! 1 should fink rose ladies would be erfecly 'shamed to come -out viv their hair all dowu u dirty bloomers on. Judge. LOCAL 1JUEVIT1KS. From Saturday's Dally. Marion (Juyer is in Lapa today. Wiii (Jualls went to Argos today. Prank lioggs, of Argos, is in town to day. (ieo. Klingerman was a South I lend visitor today. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 11 March 1896

9W THE SONG OF THE SEASONS. "Are you going so soon?" i , Said the bee to the rose. '" "Must you follow Queen Jun , , To the land no one knows? The sun is still shining, ; 1 The breeze whispers stay; l -The birds in the prove thero !j Still warble of love there, i" Whither away?" I follow my June," 1 j Said the rose t the bee. . ' "I earth such a boon. Such a gladness to me? The clouds lower dreary. The rain sweeps the dell, , The wind waxes chilly, , The evenings grow stilly. IiiJ me farewell." The roe dropped her leaves. The bee Hew to his hive; Said August, "Who grieves? I am here and alive; I am touching to glory The woods and the leas; With harvesters singing. World weal tli I am bringing. , Sorrow who pleases!" Winter smiled grimly, The murmurs to hear: ; Hour fr st brooding limly Where slept the new year; lie sail!. "lice ami blossom, Anl nut 1111111! rich reigu Kaeh has its own hour Of beauty and power. Itut I come again!" Household Wortls. MIjY'S two tyrants Miss Iely was do...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 11 March 1896

J 4 AN INYITATIOX. It Glre U rieasuro to Tiibllsh the fol lowing Announcement. All women suffering from any form of illness peculiar to their sex are re quested to communicate promptly with Urs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. All letters are ro eeived, opened, read cud an fzf?7 swered by women only. A t A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman ; thus lias been estab lished the eternal confi dence be tween Mrs. l'inkham and the women of America. This con fidence has in duced more than 100,000 women to write Mrs. Pinkham for advice during1 the last few months. Think what a volume of experience ehe has to dra- from! Xo physician living ever treated so many cases of female ills, and from this vast experi ence surely it is more than possible the lias pained the very knowledge that will help your ease. She is glad to have you write cr call upon her. You will lind her a woman full of sj-inpathy, with a great desire to assist those who are sick. I f her medi cine is not what you n...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 11 March 1896

HK PROT EST KD TOO MTCII. Ccorge Wushingtou Jones (aged five, Mamma, I tink oroebody's been ftt ze jam, but it wasn't nie. I have no idea who it was, but it wasn't me. 1 link it may have been ze vat, but it wasn't me. His Mother Good gracious, child! t'.ou't sav anv more. You ni'&'ht to have Weu born a woman. Jrlde. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Dally. Luther t.'ressner is in Argos today on business. Mrs. J. Trowbridge is reported on the sick list. Mrs. Sarah Chaplin is very sick of lung trouble. Mrs. Frank 1). II onsen left for Chit a go last evening. Frank Foot, of Rochester, was in our city last night. .1. 11. Dietrich, of Bremen, is in Fly mouth today. M. Nnlta the cigar-maker went to (jrovertown today. Miss Jlradley, of Culver City, was a FIvmouth visitor today. Miss May Tribby left for Fitger aid, (la., this morning. Manrice (Ireuschinski, of the bicycle works, is on the sick list. Henry Stein went to the city of Argos today on business. K. Sprangle was transacting busin...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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