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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 23 March 1900

. 0 . . 0 . . 0f . 00 0m . 0 . 00 . &f . 00 . tf 0 . 00 00 ' f . f H5 FOi?D OF HONOR. A Talc of the Blue and the Gray. ffy yfj BYE WERNER, fj Copvr-jrM ?-i. hf lint .ort T'oDiier's Son h' --T, -T, -CS - Ji JT. '- -Ti '.S 2 CHAPTER X. (Coutiau-st.) "I hope, sir. that you .ire not venturing upon a j--t viirh :ne, the justice cf e i cihe! Dow does it happen that you have a-!;, birg to do with uch n: M!e-? 'A i and wLat d.;e.s ." the affiir?" "Nothing t:t r.!. motrcut lie is im i . is til. Ko'and. Prom the moment they discovered . r.u-rUon iay to j the identity of the two strangers all hostility was at an end. They beliTJV.r for the ; Ion red to the .ranks of the "liberai very ;;:uomforta- tors." Resides, they loved their young Me situation, v'.iich prevents cny pro- j mistress as inmli as they feared in tost. Rut. as to my authority, allow i Edward the stein master. The last me to show It to ym ." I few months, during which he had had The bane! ,f n rr voire r w.n sud- j th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 23 March 1900

MY BEAUTIFUL BABY BOY Wh Vmn M) H.pp.r y L.rfi I rinkliaiu' VeKetbl Cotunl -Wttrra from Tn Wlio Sw llavw 4' Iii Wi reu. "Pfau Mr... Pink f am '. It wns my rdect desir to har a child. I bad k'en married three rear and vas childle, so wrote to you to find out the reason. After following your kind ad- ' v e sind taking Lydia K. rinkhams VegeVv4$ table Compound. I beth mother of :w- l ...ilf.,! 1,-itif hom. He i.s a 2?r?"s7 Krt lull i...wj ... , thanks to our nidi-We."-y.'.. M..ND1 rsi.'. Kixki.I' lLoscoe. N. V. From flratcfixl Mrs. Lens "Dkvr Mr. I'lNKH.VM : I wnto Ju a let-tt-r touv; lime ago. stating my cas to you. I had pains thront? li ray bow Is, headache, and backacht, f It tirvd aud s-Wpy all the tiirio, v. ns tro'.lblid" with the whites. I f..?hv.-d yonr advk'e, took your Wetab.'. Cnnponnd, aud it did me lots of j.''Md. I now have a baby girl. I certainly belie re I would have miscarried h:id it not been for Lydia. E. Pin'Kh:ini' Wjetablc Compound. Iliad a wry easy time; was si...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 23 March 1900

L J 0?e3nbepenbent Fiuday, March 23, 1900. One of the oddities of the South African war thus far is that both sides have been ascribing their victories to Providence. Who's mistaken? The southwest portion of Plymouth has never had a representative in the common council,- Would it not be well for the Second ward democrats to look for a candidate located in that part of the city? The democrats should not lose sight of the fact that good and eiiicient men should be chosen for aldermen in the different wards. The municipal ticket should be made up of men who have the welfare of Plymouth at heart. The South Bend Tribune has discovered that all republicans who oppose the Porto Rican tariff bill are disappointed office seekers and sore heads. That is a remarkable revelation and its author is worthy a leather medal. Laporte Republican. It is evident that the dark days prophesied for the Standard Oil Co. by Uncle Russell Sage have missed the train. Anyway, the directors of the Standard have ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 23 March 1900

Marshall County Independent Vnr A PLYMOUTH, IND., FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900. No. ,,0 SUPPLEMENT. Political Announcement. t ; I CLAY W. MKTSKER will be a j I candidate for Representative of I I Marshall County, subject to the I democratic primaries, April 6, 19m. ;tt ... Points to Consider, Tlie Democratic candidates met Saturday and cast lots for their positions on the ticket. The office of Representative heads the ticket, and for !he instruction of my friends throughout the county, I will state that my name will he the second name on the ticket. I The only objection to my nomination j that has come to me is that I am not an i old resident of the count v. Ilowe'er ! this may be, I herewith inform the Democrats of Marshall county that I have bt-en a citizen of Marshall county nearly two years longer than my opponent. I think that the Representative should be chosen wholly upon his qualifications as to ability ami character. The office of Representative is not a court house office; it is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 30 March 1900

nail Con n rKi Co Yol. G. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1900. No. 1G. Mars! ty independent PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. C. HOLTZENDORFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Cornc r Mielntn and Jefferson streets. Night calls answered. MONEY AT SIX! 6 O TODAY IT COSTS VOU NOTHING O to CALL on WRITE 6 JOHN C. CAPRON, Packard Blk. Wait until you see my agent. He will show you something entirely new. The enlargements are simply beautiful . My Medallions are as fine as can he made. My Photos guaranteed to be the finest in Northern Indiana. I have with me one of the best artists from Chicago. Remember I give Trading Stamps. My offer to the public is one that everybody should take advantage of. It will be to your interest to wait for agent. He will see you. Rotzien's Gallery, Opposite M. E. Church, PLYMOUTH. INI) Best Quality of Meat How did you like that last roast you bought here? That's what will bring you back, ch? Well, you'll find the same quality the year r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 30 March 1900

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. a W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. CURRENT TOPICS i LOUD TOSTAL HILL di:feati-:i The house has again declared that it believes the passage of the Loud bill to amend the law regulating secondclasä mail matter will not result in. the saving of $20,000,000 and upward annually, or that the saving, if made, would be at the expense of the enlightenment and information of the people by means of the publications that now find admission to the mails at the rate f 1 cent a pound. The bill has three tines been before he house once, in the fifty-fourth congress, it was passed; in the flftycfth congress, and again last week, it was defeated. After adjournment, Mr. Loud, chairman of the committee on pestoffices and post roads, said it was three times and out as far as he is concerned. If it bo brought before the house again it must be by some one else. The house spent four hours In its consideration. Mr. Moon (dem., Tenn.) made the principal speech against...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 30 March 1900

".'5 TALMAUES SERMON. HOME LIFE THE SUBJECT LAST SUNDAY. The Dntle or Tarrnts to Ihclr Child ren A Wie Son Maketh m Glad Father; bat a FoolUh Kon I the Ils4viues4 of 11U Mother. Copyright. 1300, by Louis Klopach. In tais grapnie way Soiomon sets forth the idea that the good or evil behavior of children blesses or blights the parental heart. I know there are persons who seem to have no especial Interest ia the welfare of their children. The father says: "My boy must take the risks I took in life. If he turns out well, all right; if he turns out 111, he will have to bear the consequences, lie his the same chance that I baa. He must take care of himself." A shepherd might just u3 well thrust a lamb into a den of lions and say, "Little lamb, take care of yourself." Nearly all the brute creation are kind fnough to look after their young. I waa goin through the woods, and heard a shrill cry ia a nest. I climbed up to the bird's nest, and I found that the old bird had left the brood to sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 30 March 1900

Over-Work Weakens Your Kidneys. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. 1 ne Kidneys are your blood purifiers, they filter out the waste or impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fail to do their work. Pains, aches and rheumatism convj from excess of uric acid in the blood, due to neglected kidney trouble. Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats, and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble, because the heart is over-working in pumping thick, kidneypoisoned blood through veins and arteries. It ured to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their beginning in kidney trouble. If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 30 March 1900

J Spring Work upon the Farm will soon begin. Are you supplied with Plow Shoes? We have ; large line to select from, at the most reasonable prices. We will help you select a good pair -AT THE0 u NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE. M. RYAN, The Shoe Buyer's Friend. Headquarters for Best Rubbers. We ilo a Strictly Cash Business. (EI?e3nbepenbent Friday, March 30, 1900. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday's Ially. A boy baby has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Clough. South Bend is Buffering from petty thieves. Thought to be boys. Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan are the parents of a brand new boy baby. License to marry has been granted to Henry T. Shirk and Nellie Broadhurnt. Miss Jennie Lauer returned last evening from an extended visit in Chicago. J nst received at Dial's a tine line of ladies' and misses ready to wear street hats. dlwtf Miss Florence Good, of Ashland, O., is in this city as the guest of her sister, Miss Helen Good. Roy Ralston was taken this morning by Sheriff Marshall to the state ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 30 March 1900

H1S VORD OF HONOR g JjJ A Tale of the Blue end the Cray. Q yfi BYE VEKNER. f yf Coprlht. 1W4, by Robert nonnr Son. iy V . .....-.. . - 's r "TV-Si JT i'JU'i CHAPTER XI. (Continued.) Maxwell remained behind; as a physician he was too fumillar with death to be awed by that of a man who had been almost a strapper to him and had never possessed his sympathies. Scarcely had the immediate relatives left the room, when, to the magistrate's horror, he took a seat closa beside him. "Let me give you our warmest thanks." ho said, la the friendliest tone. "Now pray orIr the rest of the dinner to ba served. I'll call the waiter at onco." "No, tlank you." rep'iod the old Contlrman, uneasily. "I prefer to leave at once. Mr. Roland promised to let return to the city." "Yes, the carriage will be at your disposal in half an hour at latest. The young couple, to whom you will doubtless be ready to yio'.d precedence, fttart h:st; ?iul until then I shall have the honor of entertaining you." Mr. Thompson ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 30 March 1900

FüinVOJlENAXDIIOUE ITEMS OF INTEREST FOR MAIDS AND MATRONS. rpotftM with Wlii-t ami 1.ce Hona t;4vtn Hour tu Keep Young I'm Id. V JirU !i.gtllun4 to Ilrauttrjr the HoIkU. YYIien ln Old. (O'.d Favorite SrieO X wcul'l :ik of you. my darling. A j!jstion soft and lo'v, That gives me many a heartache. As the moments come anl tfo. Your love I know Is truthful, Uut the truest love grows co!d; It ir this that I would a?k you: Will ou love nie uen I'm oli? Down the stream of life together. We are sailing sMde by side. Hoping ;ome bright day ta anchor Safe b-yond the suipine tide. Te-day cur sky 1 cloudlt-s.s, lint the ni:ht may clouds unfold. And Its storms may gather round us; Will you love me when I'm old? AjiJ its storms piay gather round m; Will you love me when I m old? When my hair shall sham-: the snowdrift, Ar.d my eyes shall dimmer ?row, I would lein upon some loved ons In the valley as I go. X woul'l claim of you a promise. Worth to me n world of Eoli; It Is only thin, my darling. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 30 March 1900

0?e3nbepenbent Fki day, Makcii :), VJOO. The horrors of the coming national campaign will never he realized to their full extent until the publication of the campaign songs is well uiuler way. It will, no doubt, be a pleasant excursion for the 1,000 recruits who have just sailed for the Philippines to take part in the war that has been over these many months. It is the general opinion that democratic prospects have improved fully twenty-five percent since the besfinninjr of this year not only in this state but in the nation. Two long days have passed since Senator Hanna rose in the senate chamber to denounce certain newspaper statements as being deliberate, malicious lies. What's the matter? Is the republican national campaign on the wane? Such small fry as Henry Frick and Schwab, with only $16,000,000 and $18,000,000 invested in the new Carnegie concern, will scarcely be worth noting in the future, while a mere pauper millionaire will be passed by in utter contempt. Merely as a mat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 April 1900

I 11 Coiam OotuiW Yol. 6. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1900. No. 17. M ty a PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. C. HOLTZENDORFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Come r Michigan and Jefferson streets. Night calls answered. MONEY AX SIX! 60 TODAY fK IT COSTS TOO WOTMIHO LJ O to CALL or WRITE Va TODAY JOHN C. CAPROtl, Packard Blk. Wait .until you see my agent. He will show you something entirely new. The enlargements are simply beautiful. My Medallions are as line as can be made. My Photos guaranteed to be the finest in Northern Indiana. I have with me one of the best artists from Chicago. Remember I give Trading Stamps. My offer to the public is one that everybody should take advantage of. It will be to your interest to wait for agent. He will see you. RQtzien's Gallery, Opposite M. E. Church. PLYMOUTH, IND ajtftmmtfflHimmmmimtg I DHE B The Tailor 3 Ilavlnp greatly enlarged m stock this season. 1 invite everyone who wants a pood, stylish Spring Suit 3 to come a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 April 1900

L J THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. a W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. CURRENT TOPICS IKAMXIXG HALTRUIA. A medical journal calls attention to the general neglect of sanitary and l!f,i:iie methods in the management t.f sleeping-cars. There are stringent .vgulaticas about the transportation if dead bodies iri baggage-cars, but there is no adequate ami systematic provision for prtitect insj living travelers from expoaare to infection, alihouh many p.iengcrs muit leave uisr-as-nrodacing germs la the bedding cr upholstery. it is customary to cleanse the blankets and cushions of dry dust and cine'ers by subjecting thorn to powerful currents of air, driven by steam, but it is said that they are seldom so thoroughly treated as to remove the danger of infection. Unless railroad authorities take prompt measures, it seems to be the duty o state boards of health to interfere for the safety of the traveling public. This U only cne csso among many j In which "new occasions teach no a dut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 April 1900

TALMAG ivS SEEMON. HARMONY AND MELODY LAST SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. Htronff Influence la After Year of Iljino Heard ami Cnmmittrd to yiriunry la Karlj I.lfe rj- Ohl l-'a1-loned I'ulplt. ICcpyrlsJit. 1?'. by Leuls Kloprn. leru, ttaini exvm. n: "Yne Lend is my strength and scng." The mos,; fascinating theme for r. heart properly attujeed is the Saviour. There 13 something in the morning light to suggest Him and something ia the evening shadow 10 speak His i praise. Tho Ücwer breathes Him, the stars ehine on Him, the rasend?! proclaims Him, ail the voices of nature hast Him. Whatever s grand, bright and beautiful, if ycu only listen to it. vi II sprak His praise. So wJlon in the bummer time- I pltiek a flower I think cf Him who is "the Ruse of Sharon and the Lily of the Valley." When I in the fields a lamb, I say, "Beheld the Lamb of God that takcih av,-.y the Pin of the world." When in very hot weather I come under a projecting cliff, I say: Reck of ugs, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 April 1900

Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages and lessens ambition: beauty, vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid0 yfcffi neys are out ot order vf" or diseased. rwiuiicy iiuuuic iiiu hsrome so rrevalent that it is not uncommon Ä L for a chili to be born v "ViilKnl? afflicted with weak kidIll-' neys. If the child urinw5 ates too often, if the urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 April 1900

L J THE0 b is not a sensational store. No spasmodic bargains. No trading stamps. No Closing Out Sales or in plainer terms XO BAITS, BUT BEST VALUES each and every day. We like the trade of people who feel they have not a cent to xjiunder in the buying of SHOES. Our line of Spring Shoes for MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN is now ready for your inspection. Best Values. Lowest Prices. Strictly Cash. We are agents for Douglas Shoe. M. RYAN, The Shoe Buyer's Friend. (TI?e 3nbepenbent Friday, tkil 6, I'jOO. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Fridar Daily. Miss Carrie Bussert is on the sick list. Mrs. C. Uoham has gone to Fort Wayne to remain a few days. Noble McCrory went to Niles, Mich., to receive treatment for hia eyes. Thomas Lowney, who broke jail at Hammond, was recaptured in Chicago. Dr. Aspinall has been called to Argos to wait upon Dr. Oyler who is very sick. Just received at Dial's a floe line of ladies' and misses ready to wear street bats. dlwtf W.S. McGlothlin left this morning to accept bis new ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 April 1900

J TT HE THOUSAiND-DOLLAR BILL a y.isTi in or nv: lmted states trcasj::y a shout stout UV LEON .MO CCT'lAM CHAPTER I. ! words about it! That's what I would They wer. out on tl: verandah la ! do, mini that!" the cool cf U 3 evening, o:d Caleb Lor- "Wilton laughed lightly, ing. in a nuking chair, smoking nisi "The bundles of rubbish; nincty-nin? ro:n--ob pipe: Hertha, his daughter, ; cr a hundred bills; what would it matswirving iu a lew har.iciock. and her ; tcr to Uncle Sam? And 1 should sent husband. Edmund Hacket?, v. ho was ; (rch cf you ?-2.")C. Think it over, dad." l urched upon the v.m.v;-:i balustrade I "Think it over? I shall never forget Wi'.to:: Lorir.g v.:?.- the:-?, loo, lo iv.i::Z j this till: of yours. Wilton. A crime in a cruras ' huir and iraiakin a "i"c- , conceived is half c:;e;u:ted. Mas I j t: ci Th; cranrhin r:.n j never har more of this combination s ot - ! wl a modest frame with t!i? c::- ! t . - O allien cf irs 1 1 ...-.: '1 a.t'i w. bigut g: utters. !:.-?;; !...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 April 1900

V who havo been relieved ol painful menstruation by .,7 wr DZm1,U9. ifnnn- ! Lydia E. Pmhhnm's VcgctaJalo Compound, aro con stantly writing grateful letters to Mrs. PsrJdznm. i Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound j It ctVaVS cured thorn. rcliov Sieves nzinful periods ' , d no woman vjao suland fcrS S'lGitiU UQ W3ÜWUI . this IznowledgQ Nearly all iho His cf women result from some derangement of tha female organism. Kirs Pinkham's great medicine makes worn on healthy; cf this tfscro is overwhelming proof Don't experiment if you suffer get this medicine and get fllrs. Pinkham's free advice Her address is Lynn, Mass Kaay K n on z K. "Johnnie, how sould you divide thirteen apples among fourteen boys?" "Make 'em into apple sauce, sir!" Lnnf'ii ra roily Medlrln. Moves the bowels each day. I n order tobe healthy this is necessary. Acts gvntly on tlve liver and kidneys. Cures sick headache. Priee 25 and SOo. The earnlng3 of one German line between Hamburg and New York In 1899 exceeded the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 April 1900

EI?e 3nbepenbent Fhiday, 4 piiil ii, 1900. The result of the municipal elections in the state of Ohio is satisfactory to both parties. Party lines weie not tightly drawn, and the gains and looses were insignificant. Oom Paul seems to have a job lot of dukes and earls and things on his hands since the ambush at Bushman's Kop. If he were to offer them at auction in New York, he could get a big enough war fund to continue the fight for years. Indianapolis Press. The announcement of Dewey's candidacy for the presidency will prove a source of tribulation to a whole raft of political manipulators. It will operate as a direct cause for smashing a thousand and one carefull v arranged slates. Col. Breckinridge, after having served many years in congress, practiced law, and occupied the lecture field, is going to be an editor and the editor of a republican paper at that! Will wonders never cease! Is the colonel aching to measure swords with Henry Watterson? South Bend Times. Henry Waterson's ...

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