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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 13 October 1899

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT, a W. METSKEK, i'ub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. Ill Ml ÖF II WEEK Items cf General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Ilerort of llappenliis; f 3I.ich or Little Importance fruit -Ml 1 urt of tUe tlvilizvU World l'rut of turui l'rodu( lu Western 3I.rLe!. Montreal, Que J. L Smith of this city shut his wife, mortally Wounding Hit, and then pu'ting the revolver to his bead killed bintsMf. New York Charles Heinz. IS years old, stabbed and fatally wounded Thomas Kin.-clla. 17 years olJ, in a jita.ii cl over a young we. man. Marysville, Ky. Khaard Coleman, a negro, v.ho cumss-:d tli.it he killed j Mrs. Tames La hi rook, was held without hail Lr murder and has Lca taken to Covirgtcn. Austin, Texas The Investigation recently begun i rals ill-? fact that not less than acres of state land are tuna; unlaw; ally occupied by stockmen in we st Texas. Nashville, Tean.--Mis. John riser was found en ti e floor of k?r bedroom at her home in Kol.-.rissa eau...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 13 October 1899

TALMA HE'S SERMON. DEWEY THE SUBJECT FOR LAST SUNDAY. I rmn T-t, .t.sro-. Cliaprrr 3, Wr 4, "'Uhi: "llthohl AN the S:il;is" A I:rti-w f Our '.iml llT-i auri M of Oll.fr N.li.. i. II this exclamation was appropriate about e-ighte.n l.uad:ed and seventyt.vo yo.i!.i ago. v.i.en it .vas written o:ccrnir.g the crude fishing smacks irl sailed Lake Galilee, how nuu-h more appn pr iiiie in an ate which has :.'iur.cli fiom the diy docks for purposes of peace tlie Oceanic of the White Srsr line, the Lucania of the Canard lint. th- Kaiser Wilhelm der Presse of lire North Herman Lloyd line, the Ai;gt:.iia Vktoiia of the Harn-burg-Anieriran line; anil in an age which for parp.se.s of war has launched the crf".-3lci;:p like the Idaho, the Shenandoah, the Otsipoe. end our ironclads like the Karamazoo, the Roanoke and the Luudcrbtig. nod tho.-e which havf already keen buried in the deep, like the Monitor, the Ho;uatonic i nd the Vtd:awken. the tc-m pests ever ince sounding a volley over tneir water...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 13 October 1899

(0?e3n&epenbent CLAY W.METSKEK. EDITOU AND lKOIlIKTOR. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. On Year. $l0 Six Months. - - .75 Three Months, cub, .50 Per Copy. 03 Entered at the post office at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, October 13, 1899. Miss Gould might turn over some of those many offers "I marriage to her less fortunate sifters. Gov. C. S. Thomas, of Colorado, believes that woman's sufferage has been a good thing for his state. It has been in operation now for five years and the governor says ii has been productive of great good. Bryan was on the speaker's stand at Canton, Illinois, and heard President McKinley 's short address. The silver champion frequently applauded the president's remarks. Bryan himself was billed for a speech there that day. It is claimed that Col. W.T. Durbin, of Anderson, is leaving no stone unturned to find influential men that can nominate him for governor, next fall. He has not declared his candidacy to the newspapers but has disc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 13 October 1899

Cjlfllll HinTWFID NEVER BEFORE IN mm were we better prepared th m we an at tili moment to furnish ur patrons with FIRST CLASS FOOTWEAR. We "Have built up a splendid shoe trade by selling Best Grade of Shoes and not asking Fancy Prices. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR BEST RUBBERS. YOURS TO im Cf?e3nbepenbent Friday, Octobki: 13, lsw. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Pi1daF Dallv. The Plymouth bind lurnished music at liourbon ytsterday. S;i,l5b78 was paid out of the county fund during the mon h of September. Fifty-four new cases have been entered upon the docket for the ensuing term of court. J . C. Uupe, of Argos, passed t hrough here today on his way to Kansas City with Mrs. S. C. McMullan, of that place. A. I). Wilson, of New Carlisle, left today for his home after watching a few days at the bedside of his brother, Dr. J. II. Wil-on. IJernice Hess, the j-months-old daughter of Trustee Ross, of Folk township, died yesterday. It died of heart disease within an hour. Mrs. Weightmau.of Chicago, stopped ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 13 October 1899

CHAPTER XVI.-(Continued.) "Jlarsuprite, my darlinz. my sair.t eay you forsive ne! Think what I feel this numeric. We are parting you and I. And that aieans death! Won't you forgive me?" "Yes, I will! I forgive you." she returned tremblingly. "Heaven forbid I d:ould be hard-hearted to you. indeedindeed I forgive." "Then." he said, "give me your hand." She gave it and he pressed It to his Hps. "Good-by. beloved." he said. touching it wi:h as tender a reverence S3 If it had Leen the hand of the dead. Hut he lingered to ask her the question " are yen goin? hack to I.Dndon?" "Yes." "You have hired a fly to take you to the Ftaticn?" No." ' You can never walk It." I must try." lie went dose to her. Ycu must let me help you " "Sol Oh. no!" "Then I sha'i not believe that I am forgiven. Let rc take jcu to the vilüse. I know where to set a fly there, and I will scs you safe into tne train. Vcu cannot deny me that; you will not j te unforgiving? I ewrar I will not FI?rak a word to vox jcti; bat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 13 October 1899

CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FREE. f tlte Grandest Offen Krer Mad. The lirst five persons procuring the Endless Chain Starch Uook truax their grocer in each obtain one large lue , package of "Red Cross" starch, one large lüc package of 'Hublnser'a Desi" Rtarch. two Shakespeare pictures printed it, twelve beautiful colors, as nalural us life, or one Twentieth Century j (Jirl calendar, the tin est of Its kind 1 a I I i ..... t . All ever pruuta. uu aysuiuir.) 1. " , - . iL.. U. i ethers procurinsj the LnJless naiu Starch LJouk will obtain from their grocer two iarse H;o packas of starci Ctc.-o" la-ir.ciy t.t.tn h toiaethins entirely new. and is wif!.';-.:t doubt the greatest ir.ver.tbm tf the twentieth . century, i: has r.u e tal. and surpasses ! and corn. a"d is clumieally prepared " Mi ; r reon scuralüc in tr-ipKi by Mi. J. C. Uubir.gcr. ,n . ,:t in the batindry , profession, v. ho La. . ,d ent.v-tive jears practical experience in iiMtwikriiut 'mi who tno t.rst SUL- '".' , , ,.ct - f 11 fin i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 13 October 1899

(Cf?e3nbepenbent FltlDAY, OcTOHKIt 13, mvj. MARKET REPORT. Butter I5c Eggs lSc Chickens, young and old 7c Lard CUc Potators 35c Flour per cwt 2.20 Old Koosters 3!.ic Corn meal 1.Ö0 Jlogs per hd 1.30 Cattle 1.00 to 5.00 Ducks . c Wheat GO Rye 40 Corn 23 Oats 17 Clover seed 3.00t o 3.25 Timothy seed 2.00 Milhtseed 1.00 Timothy hay per ton 7.00 to 8.00 Clover hay per ton 00 to t.00 Marsh hay per ton 3.00 Straw per load 2 00 Old Turkeys and 8c Furnished bv Ed. S. Ilojrarth & Co. LOCAL .BREVITIES. FYom Tueflday'fl Daily. Mr. and Mre. 1. C. Cole drove over lo North Liberty yeeterday. Mrs. i . Turner, of Argos, is visitincr with J. E. Turner and family. Mrs. Wra. Farren is very hick, there being no hopes of her re.w.vry. Father Lemper leP Hammond to attend tomorrow. Mr. Hiram Wallace, Ohio, is visiting with morning for ..ence there of Alliance. . T. Wallace west of town. Andy Howell has purchased the (iem cigar store and i fixing it up more convenient and attractive. Marriage l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 27 October 1899

Mars nail Coinety edepeedeet County librae Vol. 5. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1899. No. 46. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. C. HOliTZENDORFF. C. F. HGLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Torn r Mi-l'.i::au :tn Jefferson streets. Night r.ilN answered. R. B. OGLESBEE, AUorney-al-Law, PLYMOUTH, IND. Kuhn Building. I hone 14G. TESTED FREE. H. G. PATTON, Opt. G., First liM.r South of IWoflice. K'on 4. Olliee oeu every alliTuiKin except .Moinlnj . MONEY AT SIX! 6 TODAY 6 IT COSTS VOW NOTHING O to CALL on WRITE JOHN C. CAPROfi, Packard Blk. ATTENTION, FARMERS! You who have been i;tlnir 7 aril 8 percent, ou mortgage loans are respectfully solicited tu call ami see nn. I have a limitti! amount of money that I will loan at 5 r.'i aul ii pe- cent , which rates I am sure annot he surpassed In the county. No delay money ready a soon as abstract is approved. Ollice over Hall it Co., Plymouth, lnd WILLIAM EVERLY. SHOEMAKER'S RESTAURANT can always supply you with Fresh Bread, Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 27 October 1899

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C W. 1TETSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA, TOPICS OF THE WEEK I TT T T TTT TTTT TT-TTT T TTTTTTT TTTT T TTTTTW YEARLY RETORTS COMING. Tho national commissioner of inVernal revenue is preparing estimates of the receipts of his bureau for the next fiscal year. The custom experts of tho treasury department are doing the same thing in that branch of the service. These estimates when competed will be submitted to the secretary of the treasury for his information and guidance in making up his report and h3 estimates. He need not he governed by the figures thus submitted kut they usually have weight in shaping the secretary's conclusions. Still, ha can do as he pleases with them, and miny a time the head of the department turns them down and gets up Ktatiitics of his own differing radically from these of his chiefs and trained rpecialists. Internal receipts during the first three and two-thirds months f the current fiscal year have been Tanning at the rate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 27 October 1899

TALMAGE'S SERMON. THE DEER HUNT LAST SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. From the Ulble Text: Palm, Chapter xllL, Verse 1, Follow: "As the Hart I'auteth After the Water IJ rooks. (Copyright by Louis Klopsch.) David, who must some time hav; seen a deer nun;, points uö nere to a nuniea river of God whicn is fun Gf water." stag making for the water. Th. fas- ßut many of you have turned your cinating animal, called in my text the back upoa that suppiy, and confront hart, is the same animal that in sacred your troublet and you are SOUred with and profane literature is called the your circumstances, and you are fightstag, the roebuck, the hind, the gazelle, ing societyt an(j you are fighting a purthe reindeer. In central Syria, in Bible sujng WOrld; and troubles. Instead of times, there were whole pasture fields drying you into the cool lake of heavof them, as Solomon suggests when he eny COmfort. have made you stop and says: "I charge you by the hinds of turn round an(j lower your head, and the field." Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 27 October 1899

i i CI?c3nbcpenbcnt CLAY W. METSKER, EDITOR AND PKCPIUETOIt. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One Year. $1-50 dlx Months, - .75 Three Months, cash, .60 Per Copy, .03 Entered at the post office at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday', October 27, 1899. Twenty thousand claims growing out of the Spanish war have been presented to the pension bureau and about 500 have been granted. The price of meats has fallen at Chicago during the past few days 25 cents per hundred. This is so slight a decline that the consumers will not be affected. The dealers will absorb the extra profits and say nothing about it to their customers. Jones is out in support of Xash. Jones is not going to Ohio. Jones says he has the old parties on the run. Will some one please sort, docket and label the Joneses. With Sam, Bud and the senator each rep resenting a different political tan gent, it's hard for the headline read er to keep them separated. The supreme court of Illinois has reached the conclusion that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 27 October 1899

KZ) )W Read This Puzzle! GO AT ONCE TO zu mm Store and see if the truth has been told. Have You Ever Traded With Us? Try Us This Fall. Vc havi- a lare, well-assorted stock of Shoes for Men, Women and Children ;tt the most reasonable prices (quality considered). A shoe is dear at any price. We will not handle them. Uur aim is mhx!, reliable footwear, something you can iepemi poor to ijive our patron on. Try us on SCHOOL SHOES. Ve carry a complete line 'f Furnishing Goods, Hats, C:ips, Etc. We carry only RELIABLE GOODS in the Rubber Line. YOURS TO PLEASE, M R YA1M Cf?e3nbepenbent Friday, October 27, 18W. LOCAL BREVITIESFrom Friday's Dallv. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph MohD, of South Bend, is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Kloepfer. Mrs. J. T. How came down from Bremen today to visit with her parents and friends. J no. Carbiener, Eli Milter and Jno. R. Dietrich, of Bremen, were in town today on business. J. II. Swain, of Emporium, i'a., visited a a "ort time with hi3 sister, Mrs. McDaniel and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 27 October 1899

-- 0 KITTY'S 5 v ) By Author of CHAPTER I. Five- o'clock on a July afternoon an afternoon hot everywhere, hottest O? all here in London; a dreary, shad Ik-s hous? in a diniy square; a small upstairs room half schoo'rooni. half j sitting-room; an open window, at which much dust, much sunshine and little air came in; and near the window, sitting rigidly upright in a low hrir meant for lounging my Aunt Jane, talking reasonably, mapping out mu future life for me tranquilly, but with decision. I sat and listened in silence; Ale" Ifr.nin. back against the cushions of the sha'ohy little ofa. put down her v.. vi to fi-wing in listen, too. Dora. wi:h her ' her h:!.s !s. bei-jme s.iddenly j ii!(!ont. Aunt Jar.e t::Iked i:e ir.terrupted. nd no 1 laiuv I hear her .-ti.1 her calm ;i. iinem;)! unempnat;.' tones, tn.it expresses Mia) rational sentiments man tic. exrellcnt common such unroense. When I shut my eyes tbe whole scene conies Lack to me. I am seventeen a sain, a schoolgirl stiii. ;i a li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 27 October 1899

Inorclate Affinst Texa Fever. Tlie Missouri State Agricultural station at Columbia has recently perfected a process of inoculation against tbe dreaded Texas fever which it is Volleyed will open a large and profitable market to the stockmen of Missouri and other northern states. Hitherto 0 to SO per cent of all northern attle sent to the Texas fever districts f the south have almost immediately succumbed to the dreaded disease. Out of con than 400 native cattle which har been shipped from the experimental station kss than S per cent kaT3 been lost from any cause. The taltld to be treated are inoculated with blood from r.n animal which has bettooo immune to the fever. For this purpose steers from Texas are employed. During tne coming Vinter it is expected that more than 1,000 head will be treated at this station and skipped to large Texas ranches. A REMARKABLE SUCCESS. That Dr. Franklin Miles is one of fiko -world's mosd MKH.vs.sful physicians is proven ly :t thousand testimonials fro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 27 October 1899

J f?e3nbepenbent Friday, Octobsk '27, MAIIKET ItEl'OJtT. Butter Eggs I'tC Chickens, joung and old. . . Lard.... ... . C to 6r.,c Potatoes , Flour percwt Old Roosters Corn meal , Hogs per hd Cattle 30 to &c 2.00 to 2.1'0 tic 1.00 , 3.75 3.00 to 5.00 5 , 05 to 07 Ducks Wheat Uye Corn Oats Clover seed Timothy seed Millit seed Timothy hay per ton . . Clover hay per ton Marsh hay per ton t raw Der load 45 23 17 3.2Sto3 75 2.00 1.00 ....7.00 to 8.00 500 to 0.00 3.50 to 5X0 1.50 to 2 00 Old Turkeys and 8c Young Turkey? 8e Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday' Daily. Mr. Flarity and family have returned from a trip in the west. John Foley has gone ti Streator, 111., where he will remain this winter. Editor Escott.of the Bourbon Mirror, was in Plymouth this morning on business. Re?. Frank Traley, the minister at Culver, was here today transacting t usinesp. Mrs. Tank, of Walkerton. arrived this morning to visit h-r sister, Mrs. A. C. North. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 3 November 1899

t arsit Oonnty Librsij Jtnlm PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1899. No. 47. Ar r OL. O. lay PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. C. HOLTZENDOKFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Corn r Michigan an .Jefferson streets. Night calN answered. R. B. OGLESBEE. Attorney-at-Lavv, PLYMOUTH, IND. Kuhn Building, 'hone 146. TESTED FREE. H. G. PATTON, Opt. G., First Door South of l'ostoflice, Kooni 4. Oßice upen every afternoon except Monday. MONEY AT SIX! TODAY "NO o 6 IT COSTS TOU NOTHING to CALL on WRITE JOHN C. CAPROtl, Packard Bik. ATTENTION, FARMERS! You who have been paying 7 and s per cent, on mortcane loans are resuectf ully solicited to call and see m. I liave a limited amount of money that I will loan at 5 r'. ami 6 per ,-ent . which rates I am sure cannot he surpassed in the county. No delay money ready a simjii as abstract is approved. Ofliee over I'.all & Co., Plymouth, lud WILLIAM EVERLY. SHOEMAKER'S RESTAURANT can always supply you with Fresh Brea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 3 November 1899

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C. W. METSKER, Pub. and Trop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. MONAGHAN ON THE CANAL. United States Consul James C. Monaghan, whose reports from Chemnitz, Germany, have won for him a reputation throughout the industrial world, expressed to the International Commercial congress in Philadelphia recently his astonishment that the United States had not built the Nicaragua canal fifty years ago. Even if the canal were to cost $2,000,000,000, he said, it ought to be built. As a matter cf fact, the Nicaragua canal would cost barely one-twentieth of 52,000,000,000, and it was estimated that it would save the commercial world $4,000,000,000 a year. The only reason that the canal has not been built is that England has a standing threat to make trouble if we do. Such a canal would mean the end of English domination of the seas. The Pacific railroads also oppose the canal. On this great problem much will undoubtedly be said in the political platforms of next year. A BEGGARLY $1,50...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 3 November 1899

T A T Ar A PT?VJ VJVTMlfYNT THE STRONG SWIMMER LAST SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. From Isi., 25:11, as Follows: "lie Shall Spread Forth Ills Hands In the Mldtt of Tbera, as He That Nwlmmcth Spreadeth Forth Ills Hand." (Copyright 1S39 by Louis Klopsch.) In the summer season, multitudes of people wade into ponds and lake3 and rivers and seas, to dive or float or swim. In a world the most of which is water, all men and women should learn to swim. Some of you have learned the side stroke, introduced byGeorge Pewters in 1S50, each stroke of tuai kind carrying the swimmer a distance of six feet, and some of you may use the overhand stroke, invented by Gardener, the expert, who by it won the 000-yard ehampionrhip in Manches ter in 1S62, the swimmer by that stroke carrying his arm in the air f r a more lengthened stroke, and some of you may tread the water as though you had been born to walk the sea; but most usually take what is called the breast stroke, placing the hands with the backs upward, about ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 3 November 1899

Cl?cI3nöcpenbent CLAY W. METS K EIS. KUITOIl AXD l'Itül'KIKTOK. SUBSCRIPTION l'KICE. Due Year. Six Months. Three Mouths, cash, Per Copy. S1.M .75 .50 .03 Katered at the post office at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, November 3. 1SW. The president's thanksgiving proclamation this year reads like a stump speech. Through a proclamation by President McKinley, Thanksgiving Day has been se for Thursday, Nov. 30. Most any of us would have been satisfied with the allowance of Cornelius VanJerbil, the disinherited son. It said that Indiana wastes 90,000 each time she holds an election by the overpayment of election officers. The matter is emphasized just now by the fact that all the officers except inspectors, in the recent election, get two days pay. The inspectors get three. The Carter case does not seem to be entirely ended yet. Carter has appealed to the United States circuit court, and is using every effort' to secure a reversal of the decision of the state cour...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 3 November 1899

Read This Puzzle! fiil-Kf-m&m m vm acnr o'vv vvy and see if the truth has been told. Have You Ever Traded With Us? Try Us This Fall. i large, well-assorted stock of Shoes for Men, Women i he most reasonahle prices (quality considered). A price. We will not handle them. Uur aim is t Mvr our patron mk rename looiwear, mcumiuii uu uuiu on. l rv us on v,nuuii uiwuo. U'c r:irrv a complete line We haw at d Children at poor shoe is dear at anv Aar.'ii (rreenawalt and wife returned frt'm Pittsburgh this morning. Mrs. C. (J liollman returned Saturday from a visit to liucyrus, Ohi. Frank Walters and Rebecca Marker were Saturday given license t marry. Mrs. G. Si'haal returned from a visit with brothers and sifters in Crawfurdto'.vn. A. W. JoneB and Mrs. C. M. Craig have returned from a visit with A. Hoppe and family in Clay county. Misses Daity and Leilo Traul, of Dayton, Ohio, and Mrs. R. Metzger, of (ialien, passed through here today on their way to Donaldson where they ex pect t...

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