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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 March 1898

o unity Vol. 4 PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA. FRIDAY MARCH 18 1898. No. 14 c epeecteeto fl 018 KIT DAMAGE. A TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE IN THAYER AND LAUER BUILDINGS. 5hambai.Kh. Lauer, kleinschmidt. Losey. Yost Tha.ver anJ the OdJ Irllows ill sustain Consrderabl.' loss. Insurance w ill probably cuter tbe Damage toLtch-TUin Damage Caused by Water. The old t ell in the city hall sounded cletr and distinct last night at 1 o.clock notifying the people that a tire wag racing on Michigan street. The big whistle at the pumping station respon did promptly and soon the entire population of Plymouth were on th rua to Michigan street. The tire was located in the tailor shop of (Jeorge Kleinschmidt in the rear of the ollice of II. (J. Thayer on Mich, street. The lire companies were prompt to respond and under the direction of Chief Kuhn were soon at work. The volume of smoke was tremendous and owing to the lire be ing located in a back roam it was dif ficult to master it at once, lint th...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 March 1898

Y. MASONIC. PLYMOUTH KIL WINING LODGE, No, 149, F. and A.M.; meets first and third Friday eve nings of each month. Daniel McDonaldjW.M. Tohn Corberly Sec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No 49, R. A. M.; meets second Fri day evening of each month. L. Southworth H. P. J. C. Jilson, Sec. PLYMOUTH COMMAND'RY, No 26 K. T.; meets second and fourth Thursday of each month D McDonald E. C; L.TannerRec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No 26, O. E. S.; meets first and third Tuesdays of each month. Mrs. Mary L. Thayer W. M.Mrs. G. Aspinall. Sec ODD FELLOWS. AMERICUS LODGE, No. 91; meets every Thursday evening: at their lodge rooms on Michigan st. Ed Campbell N. G. Chas. Shearer Sec KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. HYPERION LODGE, No. 117 meets every Monday night in Castle Hall. Lou Allman C. C. Chas, S, Price K. of R. and fi. FORESTERS. PLYMOUTH COURT, No. 499; meets the second and fourth 1' ri d'iy evenings of each month, in K. of P. hall. Elmer Werntz C. R. Daniel Cramer Sec. HYPERION TEMPLE RATH BONE SISTERS, meets first and third...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 March 1898

'i I, : - ' THE NAVY Ships, Men and Money Uncle Sam's Strength. Congress Authorizes Vast Ad ditions for New Battleships The Maine to Be Re placedMarines Also Being Inlisted Under Special Or dersState of War Exists All Along Our South At lantic Coast Movements Of Our Warships. The navy department has now reason to believe that it has secured the two war chips. Amazonas and her sister ship, now building in England for IJrazil. It x as stated at the cabinet meeting by Secre tary Long that the naval attache at Lon don, Lieutenant Colwell, had almost com pleted the negotiations for the purchase. So far. however, the final notification from him that his offer has been accepted has not yet reached the navy department. Authorize Three New Ship. Three new battleships of the stauchest type afloat were authorized by the house committee on r.aval affairs Saturday, Mid a provision for their construction was in serted in the naval appropriation bill. At the same tim. the committee agreed on a max...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 March 1898

fyeI3nbepenfc)cnt CLAY W. METSKER. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One Tear, Sli Months, Three Months, cash, Ter Copy, $1.50 .75 .50 .03 ntered at the post office at Plymouth, Indiana as natter of the second class. Friday March 18 IMS. Announcements. CITY OFFICES. TOR MARSHAL. Please announce my name as a can did ate for city Marshall of Plymouth subject to the dici9ion of the Democrat ic DomiaatiDg convention. UODFKKY SUEAUER, Pleas anaounce rny name as a can didate fcr city Marshall of Plymouth subject to the dicision of the Demo cratic nominating convention. Thomas Chanlt. COUNTY OFFICES. FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. Edwin II. Coubin will be a candi date for the nomination of Clerk of the Marshall County Circuit Court, sub ject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention, May 2Sih. LAW CONSTITUTIONAL. The supreme court Tuesday hand ed down a decision upholding the constitutionality of the indeterminate acntence law, by a bare majority. This law was passed by the...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 March 1898

TO BE GIVEN AWAY, A Two-seated Canopy top Surrey at uck's Gash DECEMBER Tickets with each 25 V xi A smo:)!li trnrer arrivni in L; VHCOl IvCpClTUt 111 ;p.ri.' fhe:tliei si-iy ar.il niduod evt Fjudat Makcii IS M)S. 31 A I MC ET RKl'OllT. Jiutter Kgi?s Chickens Lard Potatoes Flour per cv.t Com meal Hogs per hd Tattle Wheat llye Corn Odts Clover seed Timothy seed Millit seed Timothy hay per ton. i-V 'A; i'c IV c .1MU to 2.S0 1.1) IV loo ... ".) to 7.00 Clover hay per ton. Marsh hay per ton I.OUtOii.ou Straw per load 2 0C Furnished by Hd. 6. Hogarth & Co. Herbert Kellison is visiting his lather Chas. Kellison of this city. liisnsp White, of Indianapolis, was the guest of lie?. Raymond over Sunday. Frank McKinney returned to Four b m last night. Examinations come thick and fast in the Flymouth schools. Mrs. James Brink is visiting friends in Rochester. Geo, Goble of Teru i3 Tisiting friends in Flymouth. Kmil Stanford of Legonier was in the city today on business. Mrs. L. A.Kleopfer is...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 March 1898

t INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER XIX. (Continued.) "H'm!" remarked Barbara, with an other sniff, "perhaps not. But for all that. Miss Dorothy Ma'am, I should say David Stevenson was a mean boy, and I never could abide meanness in man, woman nor child." "He was most generous to mc," caid Dorothy, with a sigh. "Yes, to serve his own ends," said Barbara sharply. "You may take such generosity as that for me. Not that I "was speaking of that ma'am, for I -asnt. but of the time when David Tvas a boy a horrid boy, who thought nothing of stealing the best appies and letting another take the blame of it." "Oh, Barbara! Barbara!" cried Do rothy, "you've got hold of a wrong ctory. "Why, I know that once when David stole some of auntie's apples, and young Tom Merriman got the "fclame, David tame and told auntie limself." "Yes; and for why?" demanded Bar bara, with uncompromising sternness. "Because I happened to have caught the young limb at it and collared him ffcefore he could get a...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 March 1898

.r,,-v? : "v" Condensed Report of the Doings in Senate and House. INDIAN BILL IN CONFERENCE.' House Rejects Senate Amendments (Juration of T:tylng the Uowman Claims Distuned Senate and House Adjourn Over Saturday. Wednesday, March 9. In the house the legislative, execu tive and judicial appropriation bill went through its last stages in the adoption of the financial conference report. The remainder of the day was consumed in consideration of the sen ate amendments to the Indian appro priation bill. The $50,000,000 defense bill was passed in the senate by a unanimous vote. Hawaiian annexation was con sidered in executive session. Thursday, March 10. In the house the day was spent cn the Indian appropriation bill. The senate amendments were non-concurred in and the bill sent to confer ence. No business of real importance was transacted in open session of the sen ate. A few bills of minor importance were passed. Friday, March 11. In the house the bill to pay the Bow man act claims, agg...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 March 1898

LOCAL BREVITIES From Tuesday's Dally. There will be a special meeting of the relief corps to night. Joe Ueunetr, is spending the week with bis eon Rolla, at Columbia City. Hon. Charles Hernly, of New Castle, chairman of the Republican State com mittee, was in the city over night. Mrs. Lillybridge of Monterey, is vis iting her son, who resides on Kast La porte street. Harry Davis, of the South liend Tribune, is m the city today visiting his parents. Fred Shearer is building an addition to the residence of James Logan near Dixon lake. Insurance adjusters are in the city today adjusting the losses caused by the fire Sunday night. Mr. Ely Paul, of Michigan City, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Craig, and other friends in the city this week. Uurglars were prying around the residence of J. W. Smith, but were scared away by Mr. Smith. David Uedding, is feeling some better, and tha many friends of this old vbterau hope that he will yet win the battle. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Walley, of South Uend ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 March 1898

Coumi! J Vol. 4 PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA. FRIDAY MARCH : 1898. No. 1 M 1 ri JlcflLJl u rj ju s höh n -u.jj.jj. saw. 3s ü ü jx jj 18 El R. M. CAR Y FALLS INTO THE HANDS OF THE LAW- The Ian W'.io Ha Been Foiling the Names of M. II. Huck und ü. U. Soice Now in Limbo t Kkhnvind.Y 'Marshall Meyer Notifi ed This Morning. Caught at last! A forger comes to giief. lie ilorishes for a season but finally strikes the wrong man ami id turned over to the police. I. N. Cary, the tnan wLo has been systematically using the names of H. E. Buck and O. G. Soice with thefraudulent purpose of securing money has been arrested at 1'ichmond, Virginia. Marshal Myers received a telegram this morning to this effect and immediately notified Mr. Buck and Mr. Soice who at once answered the dis patch verifying the facts as have been heretofore published. It is generally believed that R. X Cary is an assumed name. The people interested in Plymouth have their sus picions as to the true identity of the forg...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 March 1898

LI I MASONIC. PLYMOUTH K I L W IKING LODGE, Xo. 149, F. and A.M.; meets first and third Friday eve nings of each month. Daniel McDonald, W. M. Tohn Corberly See. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No 49, R. A. M.; meets second Fri day evening of each month. L. Southworth H. P. J. C. Jilson, Sec. PLYMOUTH COMMAND'RY, N026K. T.; meets secondhand fourth Thursday of each month D McDonald E. C; L.TannerRec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No 26, O. E. S.; meets first and third Tuesdays of each month. Mrs Mary L. Thayer W. M.Mrs. G. Aspinall. Sec ODD FELLOWS. AMERICUS LODGE, No. 9r; meets every Thursday evening: at their lodge rooms on Michigan st. Ed Campbell N. G. Chas. Shearer Sec KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. HYPERION LODGE, No. 117 meets every Monday night in Castle Hall. Lou Allman C. C. Chas. S, Price K. of R. and S. FORESTERS. PLYMOUTH COURT, No. 499; meets the second and fourth Fri-d-iy evenings of each month, in K. of P. hall. Elmer Werntz C. R. Daniel Cramer bee. HYPERION TEMPLE RATH- BONE SISTERS, meets first and thi...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 March 1898

urn --g-... E FI M H Six Persons Known to Be Dead and Seventeen Missina:. THIRTY-FOUR BADLY INJURED. DLtze . urteil in .sen-iory Mrm-lure When lour 2lnii!r-ii Men ami Women Were I uiil- Ii-- rriijHTiv Atiiotiut to SSS'.OO'.) I.M of Killeil anil Injured. Frantic with the terror of imminent death :ne:i and women Huns them selves from tlie heights of four and five-.story windows at -l and 221 Wabash avenue, Chicago, at 11 o'clock Wednesday morning to rseape the flames that rased behind them. All other avenr.es were barred. They leaped and were p'eked up from the etones below, maimed, mangled, or dead. A few niiHJtts before h tire w:is first seen .-ome photographic chemicals exploded in a room in the premises oc cupied by Sweet. Wallach & Co. Al most immediately Uames broke out that 1CATE CARNEY, HEROINE OF THE HORROR, before they were quenched reduced the building to a mere mass of charred tim bers and twisted iron columns, and oc casioned a loss of life that will take more than on...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 March 1898

Cf?e3nbepenbcnt CLAY W. METSKER. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One Year, - S1X0 Six Months, Thrae Months, casb. . . .00 Par Copy, .0 ntered at the pot office at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the eood class. Frida t March 25 18U3. Announcements. CITY OFFICES. I UK MAK1IAL. Please announce ay name as a can didate tor city Marshall of Plymouth subject to the dicision of the Democrat ic nominating convention. ÜODFKEY SlIEAKEK, Please aniounco ray name as a can didate for city Marshall of 1'lymoutu subject to tne dicisioa or tn uemo cratic nominatinjj convention. TttUMAH CUA.NKT. FOlt CITY CLERK. Please announce my name as a can didate for City Clerk of Plymouth sub ject to the decision of the Democratic primary. Alkx C. Thompson. Please announce my same as a can- didate for city clerk, of Plymouth, sub ject to the decision of the Democratic nominating convention. Prosper A. Ball. Please announce my name as a candi date for city clerk of Plymouth subject to the decision ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 March 1898

WHO IS QUEEN OF ENGLAND? TChol Ina of Charles I Not Yt Ex hausted. In France and in Spain the legitimist is taken seriously. In England, ac cording to the man in the street, and according to others In other places, the legitimist is 6linply an Idiot who is not worth further consideration, says the Nineteenth Century. Yet among Eng lish legitimists are many men of whose sanity there can be no question, whose integrity Is beyond dispute and whose loyalty to Queen Victoria ia un impeachable. What they are doing in this galley It is the object of this short article to show. In the fljept place, perhaps. It may be suggestecftnftt the use of the word "Ja cobite" in connection with legitimism In this country is not very happy. It Is employed because of the historical associations which appeal so strongly to the English as a nation. But it doe3 not necessarily imply, as is too com monly supposed, that the legitimists In this country aim solely at the res toration of ttoe house of Stuart. Bu...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 March 1898

M. Lauer and Son and Shambaugh ound your religon in your trink!" LOOVL BREVITIES The candidates arestill hus'ling. M . Lauer V: Son will open their store tomorrow. Jr Arlington of Walkerton wa? in thecitv li'iJay on business. Attorney I lave? of liremen was in the city Indav i n legal business. IL N. Tvreil of Hourbon was in the city yesterday on business. Frank Miller of Laporte was in the city tiiayon bmines. IUiy your hardware; of liuck and get. th ket9on the two seated surrt-y. ArnerkMis lodge I.O.O.F. held an in teresting lodge, session last night. There are still a few grien ties worn today in PI) month. Anew U. S. mail box has bfren placed in the Hops house which is open ed before every mail. The Z. F. S. met with Miss IJIanch Wolf l-st evenin?, and were very plt-asdiMly entr(:inei. Harry Davis has returned to South Uend alter several da) r visit with his parents. It was reported ti the t-treets that Charlie Shade! would be a candidate for city Marshall. K. E. Millesar.d M. S...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 March 1898

TO BE GIVEN AWAY, A Two-seated Canopy top Surrey at Buck's Gash DECEMBER 31 1898. Tickets with each 25 cent purchase. I?e3nbepenbent Friday March 20 MAHKET KEPOKT. Eutter KSK Chickens Lard Potatoes Flour percwt... Cerii meal 12c Je öc Cc f.uC ...2.40 t 2.S0 1.00 4.00 Hogs per hd. Cattle 4;ru Wheat Eye Corn Oats Clover seed Timothy seed Millit seed Timothy hay per ton.. 85c 3 Sc 25c ISc 3.G0 3.00 1.00 .5.00 to 7.00 6.00 Clover hay per ton March h?v Ilfr ton 4. 00 to 5.00 Straw per load - w Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. From Monday." Dally. The streets are geeting to be passible. The thirteen club Biet in the office of Sam Parker Saturday night. Thomas Raison of Valparaiso was in the city today on business. The churches in Plymouth were well attended yesterday. Spring work has commenced in ear nest with the farmers. The small boys are laying in a sup ply of eggs for Easter. M. M. Harding of Ft. Wayne was in the city today on business. J.U. Heinigerreturnedtohis home in Lima, O...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 March 1898

3 in - tt -r - f"--"' INTERNATIONAL PRZSS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER X X (Continued.) "Oh, -weeding and toddling about picking up stones and and doing odd jobs generally," answered David, who "was beginning to get rather uncom fortable under the fire of her truthful eyes and the terrible directness of her questions. "In fact, you have made Isaac under ling, laborer, slavey to your grand uev,- gardener, is that it?" she cried. '"Oh. come now," he began, but Dor i)thy stood still in the road and con sented him angrily. "lr it so or not?" she asked. "Well, pome-thing like that," he ad mitted, unwillingly. "Is it absolutely so or not?" Dorothy asked again. "Well, I'm afraid it is," said David, with a great air of making a clean breast of the whole matter. "You see, JXrotuy, the old fellow never was much of a hand at gardening " "He was good enough for us," sighed Dorothy, in heart broken voice. "Yes; but indeed he really was past lis work, or I should never have thought of displacing him. And...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 March 1898

1 4 I) S400 FOR NEW NAMES! The Salzer Seed Co. want suitable names for their 17-inch long corn and White Oat prodigy. You can win this $400 easily. Catalogue tells all about it. Seed potatoes only $1.50 a barrel. Send This Notice and lO Cta. in Stamps to John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse. Wis., and get free their great seed cat alogue and 11 new farm seed samples. Including above corn and oats, posi tively worth $10, to get a start, w.n.a. Itoth rieased. Browne Allow me to have the pleasure or returning that $5 that I borrowed the other day. Smythe Thanks; the pleasure is mine. SEATTTjE, unquestionably best and cheapest starting point and outtitting sta tion for Alaska and Klondike, does not ask or advise you to go, but you will find Seattle's facilities, stocks and experience unsurpassed and prices the very lowest. Washington state has Klondikes ol its own. Seattle is the chief city. Strangers ar9 protected by Public Comfort Bureau. Ad dress Chamber of Comruerce.Seattle, Wash. A P...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 March 1898

LOCAX BREVITIES, From Wednesday's Daily. Yellow river is falling rapidly. Virgil Oandy ia still a very sick man. Two days more will settle the preli minary contest. Considerable wheat is now coming in to the market. It will soon be time for the big 6tories to circulate. M. F. Little, of Marion was in the city today on business. Indiana can produce all kinds of weather during the month of March. How do you stend on the question of paring the streets. Weather: Rain or snow and colder in southern portion this afternoon and to night. Thursday fair and warmer. Ask Joe Arney what he deems the beat remedy for a cold during the month of March. Mrs. L. A. Kloepfer, who is now in Chicago taking treatment is reported as showing signs of improvement. It will require a week of solid sun shine to dgr up the mud and make the roads passable again. Wabash has a lady Truant orticer, and she goos after the violaters at a 2:40 gait. Geo. Baylor ia quite sick at his home on East Garro street. He has bee...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 April 1898

II LEITER f I Co Vol. 4 PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA. FRIDAY APRIL 1 1898. No. 1G Marshall ity edepeedeet I ran FRANK THOMAS WRITES AN j INTERESTING LETTER FROM SKAGU AY On His Wm to the k onJike Tells of His Plan anJ of the lncotirugim; o-niJnins This Srrint"Man Ho iaz TuuarJ Daw son. Skm;i ay Alaska Mai:. l'i'trs Dear Parents: 1 just received three; letters from you dated Feb. 20. 2'5 and ! 27. I received t'em a!l in one mail the same day. They came on ijueen V i Seattle. Well 1 wrote you sum tune j ago just before I went over to L ike j Hennett. 1 went ov-r on the White j Pass trail aud come out over the Dyea j trail across the . famous Chilcoot Pass j and sheep camp. I got back to Uvea j in just three days troni the time 1 )elt Skaguay. It was v ry stormy over there hut not cold. The thermometer stood just "iO above zero when I was at liennett. Well 1 found my goo-is all right over at camp. My partneis had moved on to Hennett and left my goods in the cabin where we had sto...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 April 1898

iSli 1 lTOI 1J ilfJi r Lt-7 ' Iii m iwTl r iiiTTi INTERNATIONAL PHISS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER XXII. N IT hp was rrreatlv tickled by Charles remarks, and more than once on the way home repeated to himself with a chuckle, "Book of Middles x! I must encourage Charles a little. Ton my soul, uncommonly , c' neat Dook of Mid dlesex!" Meantime I must confess that Dor othy had gene home in what Barbara was accustomed to call "'a boiling pas sion." Barbara happened to be com-inj,- across the little hall when she let herself in at the front door. "Miss Dor othy my dear, what is it?" the old servant cried, her heart jumping fairly Into her rnouth as a dreadful iden Hashed into her mjnd that the young xuistress hour had come. "Barbara.' said Dorothy, in a voice itakicg with passion. "I take back everything: that I have ever said In defense of David Stevenson every -vord." "What! have you seen him?" cried Barbara. "I used to feel." Dorothy went on. in the same trembling tones, and without taking th...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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