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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 December 1897

t LOC VL BREVITIES From Monday's Dally Kverh ,n,H IWl went to Indianapolis t day on husifiefl. . tj. j. t Ii - kin ts, ana cnnni en arei 1 a ft . K - I ! . .. I k 'r. - k . j spenumg im tii'itdays at ou'h 15-nd. Mrs. Ol a . Quod) and little eon Baasell went to South Bend Christmas tor a weeks risit. Harry Q nvy, of Fort Wayne spe Christum m Plymouth wnh friend-, returned home last night. The express agents in this city will not have s n h a had to carry this week. The rush is over. The Ladies' ol Um M. E. Church will meet Tuesday afternoon with Mr.-. MfMaster S0..H1 Michigan htivet. Soloman Wa ;rs, of Bocheeter, spent Christma ; u Uh his brother Willi an, of South Plymouth. wc.j .,,, cm.,,, ,,en., in- the Independent otlice today, and reauaaipeutChriaimai with hü parent Located that we publish the law hem111 this city. 1 Iff (I(J lJie sll.,jVott uut M eyefj school Mrs. Soneboin and dauuh er, -d La- J hoy is familiar with I ne law, it is not porte spen ChfUtcnas with W, II. Lofe Qeee...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 December 1897

LOCAL BREVITIES. From Saturday's Dally. Great sleighing for the holidays. Just received a fresh ease of velvet at the Phoenix. Fifty extra copies of the Independent were sold last night. Dr. Ricney of Donaldson was in the city today. Ü. H. Thayer will return from Chicago this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Marhle are in Chi cago spending the holidays with relatives. Clothing dealers report business as being extra good iu Hj mouth at this time. Charlie Soice is home from Logan sport, where he has oeen going to school. Mips Anna Hourhton is home from Huntington t 1 1 hfcw4F. U. V. Aftly & 5vn art mv doing their stock of good- today. Miss Dora tfiuman will pp-nd her Chris mas with her brother II Peru. Harry Mead and wife are now in Michigan enjoying their honneymo. n Ron Thompson, who is attending col ege at Bloomington, is home for the holidays. The Cycle factory closed down at noon today until Monday, when operations will be resumed. Jim Marks arrived from Chicago last night ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 31 December 1897

Marshall ndent Vol. 4 PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA. FRIDAY DECEMBER 31 1897. No. 3 jJf fjjf LOCAL BREVITIES. From Wednesday's Daily. The police whistle was heard night at 10 o'clock. Ice is dow coming to town an J ing stored away for next summer. This week has not been as lively last week was still business is fair. a, The bet between Clint Jiondurant and Or. Kly has been declared off by mutual consent. Mrs. O. F. Townsand, of Walkerton, is the guest of Mi. and Mrs. W. K. reterson. of this city, this week. The lndependent tQuav i9 cnnck fu Some of the horses of Plymouth ! f DeW8 ,ocal ari(J othenvise. Ve local snoula be taken to a blacksmiih shop j i8 running the paper this week during and get -roughed." tne absence of Mr. Meteker, the editor (.rant lieltx and wife are home 'again and publisher, and it has been up hill from liourbou. Orant was sick several ; work, but we hope that the readers of days while id that iittle village. j the Independent will bear with us. We Jonn (i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 31 December 1897

Oil 1 . MASONIC. PLYMOUTH KIL WINING LODGE, No, 149, F. and A.M.; meets first and third Friday evenings of each month. Daniel McDonald, K. M.JTohnson Brownlee, Sec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No. 49, R. A. M.; meets second Friday evening of each month. L. McDonald, H. P. J. C. Jilson, Sec. PLYMOUTH COMMAND'RY, N026K. T.; meets second and fourth Thursday of each month. Ed Corbin E. C; L. Tanner Ree. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No. 26, O. E. S.; meets first and third Tuesdays of each month. Mrs. Sallie Parks, W. M. Mrs. W. TRankin, Sec. ODD FELLOWS. AMERICUS LODGE, No. 91; meets every Thursday evening at their lodge rooms on Michigan st. F. II. Alberts, N. G. Jesse Hoham, Sec. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. HYPER ' LODGE, No. 117; meets every Monday night in Castle Hall. John Linquist, C. C. Calvin Switzer, K. of R. and S. FORLiTERS. PLYMOUTH cOURT, No. 499; meets the second and fourth Friday evenings of each month, in K. of P. hall. Chas. S. Price, C. R. C. M. Slater, bee. K. O T. M. PLYMOUTH TENT, No. 27; meets ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 31 December 1897

Ündera - IT; adow I srm-- tt , HE people of St. Luis park that New Year's eve looking to the east raw under the tow- . en nil wnue rresis of the Sierra Bianca a high smoke pillar rising with the sky. and it brought joy to their hearts, for it assured them now, as it Jil 1 A. after every great s.orm. mat Sim Beiden was still alive, sti'.l able to grub under the foot of the everthreatening avalanches for the fortune he had left the world to win. Sim Beiden was a tall, handsome giant of 30. who had come from no one know where. The few who l:ncv him thought he was unsocial, and thoe wi h whom he traded at Garland believed that he had hit upon a rich find under the snow line, and that he would make it hot for the man who tried to be his neighbor. Sim Beiden had been mining alone in the Sierra Bianca, but during the past twelve months he had a companion, a young Ute lad named Pedro, whom he had found dying and abandoned over on the headwaters of the Del Norte. When Sim Beiden, without any...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 31 December 1897

Cfyel5nbepcnfcent CLAY W. METSKER. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One 1 ear. - turn Si "Mouths, - . .75 hree Month, casta. .60 r Copy, .03 atered at the post office at Plymouth. Indiana, as matter of the second class. Friday December 31, 1897. Iin.jci at l, Convention 13th, District. The Democracy of the 13th, Congressional District of Indiana, frill meet in delegate convention, on Tuesday, January 11, 1898, at the opera house, in Plymouth, Marshall county, Indiana, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of select lng a member of the Democratic State Central Committee for the ensuing two years, who shall also be ex-ofticio chairman of the 13th District Democratic Committee, and for the transaction of any other business that may come regularly before the meeting. According to an order of the Democratic State Committee each county in the district is entitled to the following representation : COUNTIES. DELEGATES Elkhart 45 Fulton 23 Kosciusko 30 Marshall 32 Pulaski 14 Stark...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 31 December 1897

If?e3noepenbent FRIDAY DECEMBER 3! iH'Jl. MARKET REPORT. Mutter. l,c FgK ir,c Chickens or Lard Potatoes 50c Flour percwt i.40 to &0O i.oru meal nxj ilogs per hd 4.00 Cattle 25 W heat 85c Kye 40c Corn 25c Oats 15c Clover seed 3j0O Timothy seed 3j00 Millit seed 100 Timothy hay per ton 4.00 to 5.00 Clover hay per ton 6.00 Marsh hay per ton 4.00 to 5.00 Straw per load "J 1 1 from Tuesday's Dally. Bert Marble and wife are visiting in Chicago. The basket factory will resume operations next Monday. Head the new Phoenix ad in tomorrows Independent. Americus lodge No. 91 l.O.O.F. will elect otficers Thursday night. We dont hear of any more cases of scarlet lever in Plymouth. Now how about that new leaf which you are thinking of turniDg over ? Miss Huth English, of Wabash, is visiting her mauv frieLds in Plymouth. The guild met at the residence of Mrs. liirt Keeve last night on South Michigan street. Couuty Supt. Marks went to Indianapolis this morning to meet with the county supe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 31 December 1897

INTERNATIONAL PRZSS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER IV (Continued.) "Oh, poor thing! Joe cam" homo drunk and knocked her about, and one of the neighbors, who couldn't bear it any longer, went and fetched a policeman, and Joe was marched off. to poor Jf.net' unutterable dismay," MISS Inmsdak- replied. , "Poor Janet!'' murmured Dorothy, softly. "By the by, Joe Benham work for you, David, does he not?" Miss Dimsdale asked. "Yes, he does." "I wonder could you do something? Poor Tanet is in the most dreadful trouble about him." "Well, I'll go round and see if you like." David answered; "but Benham'.s an awful brute, and will drink all die can get hold of to the end of the chapter. I don't know whether you hav ever noticed it. Miss Dimsdale, but somehow it seems to me that almost invariably the women prefer to marry the wrong men. and vice versa. Look at my own mother, for instance: a sweeter creature did not live, but she was never the right wife for my father, and nobody knew it better than himsel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 31 December 1897

Stanley' Cat. As the bonds of friendship are strengthened by a heavy affliction so does a prolonged sojourn in foreign places, amid strange scenes, turn the most common of every-day sights at home into luxuries. A magazine tells a story of Henry ML Stanley, who, after his return from Africa, was busily engaged in writing his story of the "Dark Continent." He used to spread his reference maps upon the floor of hLi room, and on this particular day after searching in his near neighborhood for a chart which he much needed, he spoke to his assistant, who presently descried it, near the fireside, with Stanley's favorite cat upon it asleep. He started to turn the intruder off, when the great man interrupted him, saying: "Never mind don't disturb the cat. Fl! get along without the chart until the cat wakes up. If you only knew how good the sight of that domestic cat, curled up in front of that bright English fire is to me you would never chase her away." The cat slumbered on, and not until ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 31 December 1897

LOCAL BREVITIES From Thursday s Daily. Thai I )Hii Fallows will hn!d an hh-r i ,n of officers in their lodjj r ) ;n t The skating has about played out no the river. Lee M Kendall will leave tomorn n for Chicago. rhillip Sebel! is now clerking at Kendall's grocery store. Trustee MeCrory and son return-d borne from Indianapolis la-t fening. liert Harris aceompanied his friend Frank Parcels to the litten home In Mod leeiin yesterday. Miss Baby Neville is viit ins; Mr and Mrs. C, A. Brown, oi 3 mhia street, h -week. County Treasurer. V. J. Rankin, transacted business at Indianapolis yes te'day. Joe Wolf is now in Chicago, bot will leave there Friday tor a trip through the east. The ice is now about seven Inches thick aud wrk 00 the laKe-. in Mai shall county is moving. Lost A tin bucket containing one paper and one caisamioe brush. Fin der return lo Kendall's store. Argos is all aglow with enthusiasm Last uinhi the electric lights were turned on for the first time. Circuit court will co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 January 1898

Ootmty Inbtery Independent Vol. 4 PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA. FRIDAY JANUARY 7 1898. No. 4 ClI 1 a nun FRANK THOMAS WRITES FROM SKAGUAY Im fra(ftil "P"1 for Thai Kw t'lty-H Mau 1 1 L r i Alu-hl Ih.n Will W:iil I ill 1 -; I il i i':ii-i- BwH. I 'rancii Bote, one of Ibc best knowa eitismts in Plymouth died ar the home of his oldest daughter, .Mrs. Kate rtxMBSM, in South I 'ly mouth, at s.30 iast night Mr. Francis Hose was born in s.-hive-t?z;ngen I laden. Germany Feb. 2nd. 1811, an! died Januar) I 1888. II was married to Ilena Rankert in Sehi'etirjen Kaden, Mirth 18th 1810, v-ven lldren were horn to them all of whom, with the exeepnon of one tor-1 vas to he realized DEDICATION. IN SOCIAL CIRCLES. OF THE WEESTER SCHOOL BUILDING LAST NIGHT One (' flip 1 m.-'.i inl t Arranged "school Ititi !l u,:; in I tul i - Itlg Crowd Pwiurt : 1 1 : . l the Rx reiften High I y I ti t -, I litg. THE NEW YEAR WAS APPROPRIATELY USHERED IN. The magnificent Ott iVebater Bchool building was en wded ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 January 1898

Watch This Column' FOR BARGAINS IN f FOR SALE OR TRADE. No 180 acree in Center township, 3 miles south of Plymouth. 70 acree improved, 5 room house, barn 2tx40, wagon 6hetl nnd corn crib.9, a jood orchard of all kinds of fruits; price 837.50. No 280 acres in West township, 6 miles west of Plymouth. 70 acres improved, balance in timber. House is uearly new, with 7 rooms, outside cellar, Fair barn, two good orchards, all kinds of fruit. Will trade for good residence property in Plymouth. No 3 02 acres in West township, miles from Plymouth. 52 acres in cultivation, balance in timber, a good house and barn, a fine orchard, black walnut and; price 92,600. No 4 120 aires 5 miles west of Argos acres improved, good house with 7 rooms, barn 22x50, other out building? and good orchard; will trsde for smaller farm and give long time on difference. No 5 110 acres '6 miles from Dona'üeon. 79 acres improved, balance in meadow and timber, fair houpo and a 2uod barn, with oher out buildings; will s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 January 1898

FOP WOMEN AND HOME ITEM 3 CF INTEREST FOR MAIDS AND MATRONS. Some C ;:rrMt KotM of the Modes KeMmM ;-iimpt'4 for Utility O wma CMtanm for Many Occ;titiis Three Differed! Shi ipm of shirts. To a Lady. yfj jm', ;i tarsal ror torn arrow s aim. 1- i k snow !- W ath the sunny heats. Like wax before Ike Slowing llame. Like cloud before the wind that lh ets. I am 'tis love that nde me so. And, !aiy. still thou sayst me no. The wound! Inflicted ly thine ryes. The mortai wound 10 kope an l me, Which naught, alas, can dent rise, KoT tirn--. nor etwencr. far from thee. Thon art the sun. the tire, the wind. That make m. .-such; ah, then he kinl! My thoughts are darts, my soul to smite Thy CttarnM the sun. to blind my sense. 3!y wiahea -ne'e did passion liht A l!;;mc morf pure or more intense. Luv.- sfl thest arms at once employs. .And wounds, and d:izzl .s, an i destroys. Tlie .Modern .r. mluoot her. Times havf changed since the days When the traditional grandmother at in the chimney corner kni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 January 1898

Tl?e3ribepenbeni CLAY W. METSKEH. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One ar. Six Months, Three Mouths, cash, Pot C'py, fi."'" St .50 .us. ntered at She post nw at PIjBMmth, Indiana' as matter it Un- neond dais. Fridat January 7, ltws. OeMiot " t ic ('(tiivcullou tStlt, District. The lieuaoeiary of the 1J h. c mgresioual District ot Indiana, m el In delegate convention, on Tneed iy, Jai U ary 11, 1888, at the opera house, id Plj mou.h, liaraball county, Indiana, a t o'clock p. ui., fur tu - purp 's' 1 1 seh big a saoieher nf ihn fT mm run S ate been recorded In lbs tTssstral Coasmilli e f r thj fwimlna two jt ha' of the flofd IVni crai ot Lata years, who shall also be ei ' tlici chair jette, Tbl school t Dec c us i msn of the 13 b IHatnei Uettocratic qojr strong in that cttj imt aa a i Committee, and foi the tranacu.i ol j l8ey are t. tmt9Ttm , v i u rd Unai ci Iany other busn.es that may come regu- . The CMl maoag , , . . , i:. . larly before the mee mg. . , ... ,k canpai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 January 1898

Xbc3nfccpenfccnt Friday Jam ai:v 7 lbY& MARKET REPORT. Hotter . . Egg.... Chickens. Lard Potato i. I6c bjc 5c 5c 60c Flour per curt 2 4U to &60 Corn meal 1.00 4 00 4 28 85c 40c 25c 15c 3.60 Sjoo 10U . . . .4.UO to 5.i X) 6.00 Hoys per hd tattle Wheat Kye Corn Oats Clover seed Timothy seed MiJlit seed Timothy hay per too. ( lover hay per ton 1 ireh v nur rttn 1 I u i t r i m I Straw per load.... .'.7..'.'....'. 30 Prom Friday' Iallv. Keeothes.de walks clean h.ie yon have a good chance. This is a reminder of the old time i Winters about thirty years back. The wind has been from the northeast all day which moans plenty of snow. Make new resolves and Jive up to them. This i3 the last eve of the great year of ls.tT Small expenses and a cash basis make low prices at the Economical. I lev. Spitler of Lapai was in t.ie city today. The ground was never in better condition for a nig snow. Cough and cold cures 10, 15 and 80 cents at. the Economical. There are live candi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 January 1898

is.:: k i -r t: 'agssr INTERNATIONAL PR?SS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER V. fJH 2i tempted to rush off h was strongly home and dress himself and go iff to the Hall after Dick, but he resis:- coiled up in a deep bed of hay. "Isn't cd the temptation j she lovely?" with a hope1 s j Dick Aylmer groaned Within himfeeling that he self; he had fallen from a paradise would gain nothing j of tenderness to the comparative perby it. that he would ! senality of a cat commonplace even only vex himself by the tight of the other fellow philandering after the girl he had loved all his life. "She'll find him out after a bit." Im said to himself, '"and then she'll know how to value a man WfiO moans ever? word ay. and more than every worn- that he says." In the meantime Dick Aylmer wen: on and turned in at the hospitably open gate of Graveleigh Hall, with the assured air of one who knows before - hand what his welcome would be. "Is Miss Dimsdale at home?" he asked of BwImh whn mr.-.o in 11m dnnr in answer to h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 January 1898

SKILL OF DOCTORS TESTED. Fifteen Years of Suffering. i thought I should surely die1 TThen the ftPTV.ai h begins to fr.il in Its duties other oiRans speedily become affected in sympathy, and life is simply a burden almost unbearable. Indigestion and dyspepsia are Ml common that only the sufferer from these diseases knovrs the possibilities of misery that inhere in them. A typical example of the sufferings of the victim of indigestion is furnished in the case of John C. Pritchard. He went on for fifteen years, from bad to worse. In spite of doctors he grew constantly weaker, and thought he would die. He got wi ll, however, and thus relates bis experience : " For fifteen years I was a great sufferer from indigestion in its worst forms. I tested the ski'.l of many doctors, but grew worse aud worse, until I became so weak X could not walk fifty yards without having to sit down and rest. My stomach, liver, and heart became affected, nnd 1 thought I would surelvdie. I tried Dr. T. C. Aver ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 7 January 1898

LOCAL BREVITIES From Wednesday's Daily. Miss Delia UglsebtS il home from visit to I adiaaapolia. The hook and ladder eompADJ had a busmesä meeting list niyht. The County Commissioners '.verein sessi' n today ai d they had a big audience. Lovely, tötend beautiful, great, are the expressions used now days when peop e allude, to he neater. Matters are sti.l mixed over in Ohio but Senator Hat na seem- to have gained a peg. Tbe Hathbooe sters will meet Friday efeniog at 7.:;:!. A full attendance is rt( nested. Mr. J. B. Uose, of Walkerton, is in Um ity today, on account of the death Of his father, which occurred last night. A farmer brought a load of wood to town early retterdaj morning but was unable to dispone of it until dark and the he sol 1 it for half pri CO. Salt is cheap and plenty and it itabout the only safe ingredient to keep the uncertain pedestrian on his feet. Miss liuth English returned to her home in Wabash yesterday atter s very pleasant visit with friends in this city. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 14 January 1898

g0ü Marsha! County Independent Vol. 4 PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA. FRIDAY JANUARY U 1898. No. The Democrats in coajotion Tuts day raited neir oM 'nie ent hu-iasm Immediately alter Mr. Kruyer was Verteil, able speeches were made by AUy Manindale. Judge I Iceman . ClMM Kellison, JntfgeCeprnfl and lion. I V. Sfnveiy. Th speeches were al! received with a Volume of applause Mr. Shivelvs discourse was that, of a I aiesman who lias made the theory of government a study. Fundamental prirv'iples d government as interpreted by the two parties were ahlt cm pared by this leader ol Indiana Democracy. Mr. Kellison held up the I wo plat tonus of trie partiei in the last eamaJgn, show in the inconsistencies of the Hann a party and wherein the Administration has violated what pledges it m ide to t he people Mr Mariindale warme! upon the silver iMie ami advocated the wiping out ol uaiioii il banks. judge Caprou told of I he history of tt.e IWM Id parties as be interplead by his eiperieiiC. All...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 14 January 1898

WW. I - ok. I iw INTERNATIONAL PRISS ASSOCIATION CHAPTER VI. (Continued. "The devil take those fellows." D ck was saying to himself at that moment, as he drove along. "They have either got a clue or they've turned suspicious. Snooks the other day and Laurence now. I shall have to make up my mind to screw things up to a climax." But he had not new much fear that the climax would be a disagreeable one for him: and he drove along over the muddy roads as gayly as ever he had done between the sweet September hedgerows. Yet when he drew up in front of the Hall it struck him that there was something stiange about the place. For one thing, the usual neat and well-kept gravel was cut up. and in one place the low box-hedge which skirted the now empty flower beds was cut and crushed as if a careless driver had drives over it. He was not long left in doubt. Old j Adam came to take his horse and led him off to the stable, shaking his head ' with ::r.inms sadness, anil muttering j something indis...

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