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Cdltor anil Proprietor.
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made quite a record as a cowbov . from those daily observed in ordinary makes it comparable with tliat or .mc
Having erown strong he returned to criminal trials. All this took place
o-pnATOi ntspmh v whpn nniff vnuncr
All this took place Kinley. AVliere does JuetsKer get ins
He was elected to the in spite of the fact tnat tne enure mspirauwi lursutu uu luwutvua
n-tn n?ta rnnnrr Mlintrr lm hPPn nnfl IS VPT, ftrOtlSeCl UOn irerUUUS 11U1U OVUlucuoi
nnrl rlUtir :nikhpri himself hv takincr to the TUlleSt extent DV tne aespicaoie UUiSMJurian, a uumMttuv
Entered at the Plymouth. Indiana, Post Office as an active part in imrxrtant legislative act of ?. man who hates and defies all lished at New Madrid, Missouri,
Second-ciass Matter. work tq recognition of his legislative law.. Seldom in all the world has which, after McKinley was shot,
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Plymouth Ind.. October 3, 1901.
activity and usefulness he was summary vengenance oeen so jusun
nominatedfor mayor of New York able as now;, never anywhere has a
and defeated by one of the best men court conformed more closely to the
in America, Abram S. Hewitt. Soon requirements of law.
after he was appointed police com- In the meanwhile, the government
Goebel, the martyred governor of
Kentucky, was a greater man in every
sense than McKinlev. McKinley is
weak and vacillating" easily persuad
ed, allow; himself to be used as a tool
A questionable story comes "down missioner, in which position he dis- continues without shock or interrup- or the moneyed powers, me tonspira-
o ntV. tl.o Cll K. ic I -l j 1 V, 5 Uaii In inodotwrtTTiont nntuM t Vict a nrl- tOTS. tile trUSlS. -iIHl W 11 Llil? SILMt
ruv.x wai cuuicj iiamwcia 1 at- pia eu mai kcu auin tjr aim iciicöLimt; " "j vFxvv.-v, Ummnt nf midhinff OVPT him as beitf"
tempting to set oil a Fairbanks boom courage. The next position to which ing the snocK and gnei suuerea Dy . CTeat(t man in tne nation, a
in mat section. 11 liooseveit is not he was assigned was that 01 united every inuiviuuiu citizen, aim mere statesman of ability, and such rot?
nominated for the presidency by ac- States civil service commissioner, no talk or hint of constitutional weak- rj; of talk is familiar to
clamation in the next republican na- Under McKinlev's first administration ness or insumciencj. Ihe American rpnrinrc of the Metsker sheet, and be-
tional convention he will be succeed- he served as assistant secretary of the form of public administration has sue- cause of the merited condemnation
ed by a democrat. In other words, if navy until the .breaking out of the cessfully withstood a supreme test and that up0n it for its filthy
Roosevelt makes a successful president Spanish war, when he resigned and its perfect stability has amazed the ana indecent treatment of a President
he will have no opposition and if he organized his famous Rough Rider most accomplished statesmen or .bur- now admits was great and good it
fails his party will have no chance. regiment, with Col. Wood as its com- ope. The mob rules and lynch law for snence upon the subject and
mander. In 1900 he was nominated prevails occasionally at times of in- wnines that rebuke should cease and
The yellow newspapers are coming for vice president against his will and tense local excitement, even in this hte political infamy should be forgot-
in for a lrrge share of abuse just now elected. He has led what he calls a enlightened country, out the czoigosz ten If it wished that politics
and the v 'deserve much of it. but. susr- "strenuous life," by which is meant trial has demonstrated the safety and should be forsrotten at this time of
gests the democratic Michigan City that he believes in hard work and lots permanency ana dignity or our in- grief an(j mourning why did it repeat
Dispatch, the yellow newspapers do
not exist where there are not plenty
of readers with yellow streaks run
ning thro.igh them in all directions.
When the yellow gets out of the
readers the yellow journals will change
of it. South Bend Times.
Three weeks have passed since
President McKinley was shot down
and three issues of the Plymouth
Democrat have appeared in that time.
INot one word commendatory of his of
ficial or private character or achieve
ments has been uttered by that paper,
except that "personally Mr. McKinley
is the most amiable of men," and not
one expression of sorrow has it put
THE REMEDY IN THE HANDS OF
It is especially gratifying to notice
the change in public sentiment con
cerning yellow journalism and radical
political utterances. The tragedy of
stitutions and vindicated the majesty the degrading comparison of McKinlev
of our laws. I with nhHo
A MISAPPREHENSION CORRECTED. GOODNESS AN ELE-
Misled by the statement of a gen
tlemen whose information we suppos
ed to be correct but who was himself
misinformed we said the other day
that the Pennsylvania railway isoc-
MENT OF GREATNESS
(Chicago Evening News)
In his discourse at the memorial
services in Washington last weeklMsh-
I Trnc J rl n f AfTJInlAtr'c lAfitli line nrvn-
ed the eyes of many to the truth of cupjmgcuj treeui at eiai "" " f
.. 1 I mir Wlllllllll, IlWIll. illlU WIWII.LIHY I Ul I ICaiUtlll A'H,1IUIV1 u
the effect or partisan viimcation and o- - -
ninct 1 he w.tnfnr through the negligence of early town which it would oe well for all to re
. . ,. - officials, from which, if true, it would member. Speakinsr of that element
been resorted to by tne extremists oi ; '
both parties, especially the partisan
press, bucn puoiications ana utter
ances serve to inflame the ignorant
and to incite violence where no good
result can be obtained. Political rev
olutions and reforms can best be made
through the Influence of reason and
conversatism. Extreme and radical
In thi last issue of The Commoner,
"VYm. J. Bryan makes an estimate of
President Roosevelt and speaks in changes are never healthful because
flattering terms of his record as a civic tneY must necessarily destroy existing
reformer. Mr. Bryan says: "Theo- conditions, and in the havoc these rad
leal changes make there will be more
the pesidency under conditions cal
culated to call out the best that is in
him conditions which will made
more ardent his natural desire to ful
fill the expectations of his country
men. He enters office more free from
political obligations than he could
have done had he received a party
nomination after a long contest. Mr.
or less suffering created by the hin
drance to business and the overturn-
of financial and commercial inter
The brazen utterances of partisan
chiefs and the shameful publications
of yellow journals may not have in
cited the dastardly deed of Czolgosli,
but they inflamed the ignorant re-
Roosevelt has a high conception of ceptive public mind and created a con
civic virtue, and his opponents will d!tion of discontent which could not
v.: otherwise have prevailed. The best
pjuutiuij xiiivi uiuit n; vmitiic in 11131
remedy for this unhappy state of af-
vi kj. 11 i 1 1 Luuii jii mo m.ii:ruo. xiicic
will be no disposition to preiudjre fairs is t0 discontinue such detrimen
him, but an earnest wish that the tal influences by ceasing to follow bla
governmental nolicies for which he tant leaders and to stoP readin' 3el
and his party stand may
upon their merits."
The death of Amasa Johnson re
moves from Plymouth and Marshall
county a ' nxm of strong character
whose influence for good has been felt
for more than a third of a century.
low journals. If these
caused the death of our president the
public has been to blame for their ex
istence. Elkhart Truth.
follow that the city could open such of goodness which marked the late
crossings at any time. That state- president in all Irs personal as well as
ment being questioned we find the his public undertakings, the speaker
fact to be that at the time the right said:
of way was acquired and the railway "To whatever we may attribute all
constructed the property through the illustriousness of this man, all the
which it passes had not been platted, greatness of his achievements what-
The road was opened in 1856 and the ever of that we may attribute to his
additions adjoining it in this were not intellectual character and quality,
laid out until in 1863 and 1864. whatever of it we may attribute to
While this is true the right of the the patient and thorough study which
people to have all reasonable and nec- he gave to the various questions thrust
alontr thp linft of the unon him for attention, for all his
j -" e - o i i
road remains unaltered and the power successes as a politician, as a states
of the city to open such crossings is man, as a man of this great country-
ample anb complete. The difference those successes were largely due to
lies in the method of procedure alone, themoral qualities of which I have
If the people deem it necessary, as it spoken. They drew to him the hearts
undoubtedly is, to open Miner and of men everywhere, and particularly
Third streets across the railroad there of those who best knew him."
is a way provided by law for the ac- In a true republic it is the homely
complishment of the purpose and that virtues which endure. Brilliant in
law does not make the company su- tellectual qualities, shrewd judg
perior to the city so as, to require ment, personal force, the imagination
the citv to treat and negotiate with it which conceives and the ability which
excutes great projects all these are
helpful in guiding a man to high sue-
cesses, yut unless tney are iounaea
upon uprightness and integrity no
solid achievement is possible. Sooner
or later every man must be tried by
some test which can be met only by
character. If he does not have as his
A Case of Feeding.
A Porter county farmer bought 16
head of cattle the first of May, weigh-
insr 17.632 pounds. In 148 davs he
ed them 960 bushels of corn, two tons
of timothy and clover hav and 200
pounds of Acme food. They then
weighed 24,064 pounds, a gain of 6,434
pounds, and he sold them at $6 per
hundred. "What he paid for the cat
tle is not stated, but it is evident that
the gain in weight alone hardly paid
for the corn. The 960 bushels of corn
at 40 cents would be $384, and the
6,432 pounds gained amounted to $386
at $6 per hundred. It is probable
that the net profit on the deal was be
tween $250 and $300.
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Doctors and Midwives Recommend
because it it used externally la cases of the delicate
situation of expectant mothers, it is a constant re
lief, robbing childbirth of its terrors. Internal reme
dies are dangerous. "Mother's Friend" ts a blessing
In a bottle. There is nothing like it.
" "Pis mother of three cM'dren, who suffered rre?ly U the birth of
each, el.-Mtitt'l a l-:le - 'M iUier f t-neoa- t mjr oru wore immc
All Eotaers woo nave usca u agr'-e mnr im-i
JOHN C. Iul-HILL, Mum, C.
BooV. " Motherhood," mailed free to UJics.
-fi'o, Fv9 nopain.
her fourth confinement, and was relieved quickly.
and lea painful.
containing sen&iUi auvicc uu iriuui.i.
Sold by all Druggists. , TlIC BHADFIELD ULULUVTUii to.. Auani.
A Chance For Life.
A CRY OF WARNING AND
Death of Hiram Mickey.
The death of Hiram Mickey occur
red at his farm home close to Ilion in
Tippecanoe townshipFriday night Mr. Htstorv reoeats itself.
Mickey was about -78 vears of age and When the first dam burst or reservoir
1 wall gave way and the man on horseback
has lived in this county many years. -Tdowr, vanev w;th the alarm, he
His death was not unexpected, as he was doing exactly what would be done
has hepn in verv noor health for some ünder the same circumstances genera-
nas oeen in very poor neaiui ior some üon after generation He was giving
time. Prosper A. Mickey and Mrs. the people in the line of the flood a
S.ilpm Unssert. both of this citv. are chance for lite.
children of the deceased. The fu
neral was held Saturday.
Shunk on Trial.
Mayor Jones is occupied today hear
ing the case of the Modern Samari
tans vs J. A. Shunk. C. L. Tibbetts
and C. P. Drummond appear for the
plaintiff and Frank Boss and L. M.
Lauer for the defendant.
The man or woman who in some sud
den peril has been plunged in the en
gulfing wave, or caught in an upper
chamber of a burning house; these know
how all of present and future can be
An Ungracious Hobo.
An ungrateful tramp printer en
joyed the hospitality and charity of
this office Wednesday and sneaked out
with some small portables belonging
to the shop and a watch owned by one
of the lady compositors in our employ
We will pay a reward for his return
to us dead or alive.
Red Ribbon Race Meet
For races scheduled at Ft. Wayne Ot
8th to 11th. the Nickel Plate Road will
sell round trip tickets on those days at
reduced fare. Return limit Oct. 12th.
Inquire of nearest agent of the Nickel
Plate Road or; C A. Aeterlin, T. P. A.,
Ft. Wayne. Ind.. or, K. J. Hamilton, gathered into that brief sentence, "A
Agent, Fort Wayne, Ind. 175H0 46tl chance ior me."
in danger from disease, who understand
how much lies in those few words.
There are men and women living to-day
in healthy, active enjoyment of life who
The ea'e of special fare colonists tick
ets to California, and settlers tickets to
the Northwest, West, South and South- cjq look back to the time when they
as though a favor were being
and not a right demanded.
The railroad company is for such
influences PurPose merely a citizen of Plymouth,
no greater and no less, and its right-of-way
is no better or more sacred
than any citizen's lot. There is no
good reason for the council to put
A POPULAR UPRISING.
The house committee of the New
York Athletic club, anon-political or
By his strict integrity and his steady ganization and the leaning social club
application to business be long ago of the city, has by a unanimous vote
won and has always held the confid- barred Hearst's New York Journal
ence of the people to a marked deerree. from the files of the club. The rea
itself in the attitude of an humble guiding principle the Simple purpose
and obsequions suppliant, nor is there to do right he will fail to meet it.
any reason why the people should be That brilliant men are suffering moral
afraid to demand any crossing they and financial shipwreck continually is
may need. well known.. Highly endowed though
The company's representative has they may be, they are unable to win
m lightly blown aside the Miner street support because they are unaoie to
crossing: and has beneficently con- hold conridence; tney cannot inspire
iv. ,V v a nlnftK.ouow, Wo sented to permit one to be put in at trust because the qualities which trust
trolled the interests of his clients and utterances of the paper and its insults , , 4J . . ,nnt.
v a u i a 4. . . , tn ,MMaBf ,.(7, r Third street, provided the city will rests upon are wanting,
directed the affairs of estates in his to President McKinley. The order A Avnunm MinW crrnat nmliti
. ... , ,. - mofthf,,!! nnJl.T,MKni u pay one-third the cost of that and one Ywiiiam McKinley s greai quanues
charge with never a suspicion of dis- met with the full approval of the club r J uv,
honor upon him and as he grew old in members.
the community in which he establish- At Mattewan, Fishkill Landing
ed himself in his early manhood, so and other Hudson river points dealers
did respect for him increase, handling nearst's New York Journal
His influence was felt in the church have been influenced by public opinion,
and in his political party no less than regardless of politics, to exclude that
in business circles arid it was never paper from their stores and have
said of him that he misused or abused posted notices and published cards to
the confidence raposed in him by his that effect.
fellows. He led a moral and upright Upon being asked by Hearst's New
life, his habits were notably regular lork Journal for an expression upon
and industry, thrift and economy were President McKinley, James IX, Day,
among his virtuous traits. Amasa chancellor of Syracuse university, sent
Johnson will be missed but he has the following note to that paper:
other and will close -Fifth street.
What will the council do?
left behind him a good name forever.
Samuel nicks, General Manager,
New York Journal Dear Sir: Will
A DESPICABLE COMPARISON.
No surprise should be felt that a
paper edited by a man with a legisla
tive record such as Daniel ' McDonald
saysIetsker's is should set up the in
decent claim that McKinley and Goe
bel are twin martyrs.
Goebel drew and secured the passage
of a partisan election law which, to
use the words of one of his followers,
"left nothing to chance" and which
the state orjran of Kentucky demo
cracy deplored with all the invective
would have been unavailing, so far as
winning high honor is concerned,
without his qualities of goodness.
His life holds out a lesson which the
youth of this nation would do well to
Court House Items.
Court convenes Oct. 14. The clerk
is wTitins: up the bench docket and
a printed docket will be issued
for the convenience of the law
yers. Since the adjournment in June
only 31 civil cases have been com
menced, twelve of which are for di
vorce. There are three criminal ca-
east has been resumed via Pennsylvania
Hoes. Particular information about
fares, through time and other details
will be furnished upon application to
passenger and ticket agents of the
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It Opens and Cleanses
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til the blood trickled over their lips, see
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But a chance for life came to them
and they took it.
I feel verv grateful for the home-
treatment given me by; the World's Dis-
?en&iry Medical Association," writes Mr.
J. F. Brown, cf Sands, Watauga Co.,
N. C w I had catarrh for several years,
then took grip, also bad hemorrhage
from the lungs. I had the best medical
attention, but only to bring partial re
lief. I got up for a few months, but had
more hemorrhages. I took Dr. K. s
Discovery (twenty-five or thirty bottles),
but in a few months I had more spells of
bleeding. I wrote to Dr. Pierce and re
ceived directions what kind of medicine
to use; I commenced taking his Golden
Medical Discovery ' and Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy. I had only taken one
vmi irfian T (mild km I was imorovinc?.
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tons who hare used Golden Medical
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tion and great weakness. The doctor in
many cases had gone his way saying
There's nothing more to be done."
Then Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery was used and the cure began.
The cough disappeared. The hemor
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the once hopeless sufferer was at length
restored to the activities of labor and
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ness to these facts and these witnesses
know whereof they speak because they
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- "My husband had been
coughing for years and
people frankly told me
that he would go into
consumption," writes Mrs.
John Shireman, of No. 265
25th Place, Chicago, Ills.
Had such terrible cough
ing spells, we not only
grew much alarmed, but
looked for the bursting cf
a blood-vessel or hemor
rhage at almost any time.
After three days' coughing
he was too weak to cross
the room. The doctor did
him no good. I stated
the case to a druggist, who
handed me a bottle of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. My husband's
recovery was remarkable.
In three days after he
began using Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery
he was up and around and
in two more days he went
to work. Two bottlea
WHAT WOULD IT COST
to consult the ordinary
specialist In disease? More in most cases
than the average person lias to spend in
fees. . Yet persons suffering from chronic
diseases are invited to consult an extra'
ordinary Specialist by letter, free.
Dr. Pierce, chief consulting physician
to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In
stitute, Buffalo, N. Y., is an extraordin
ary specialist. He is extraordinary in an
unb.-oken experience in the treatment
and cure of disease which extends over
thirty years. He is extraordinary in hi
success; 98 per cent, of those he has
treated being absolutely and entirely
cured. He is extraordinary in that he
puts at the disposal of correspondents
rot only his own services but the ser
vices of his medical staff numbering
nearlya score of qualified physicians.
There is no other offer of free medical
advice which has behind it so renowned
an Institution as the Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Institute, or such a successful
specialist as Dr. Pierce. Write in confi
dence to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Do not accept any substitute for " Gold-.
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that dealers sometimes offer as"ju;t as
good" as Dr. Pierce's is not the medi
cine which has cured the thousands who
testify that when all other medicines
failed "Golden Medical Discovery" re-
three bottles of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Rem
edy. I have been able to do any kind
of labor tor more man iweive momus.
Well, I just simply owe my life to the
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Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser contains over a thousand large
pages, and it has required this large
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Is Interested and should know.
a do at me wooaena
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tise of Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Dis- . It treats of life in its many phases ana c
covery, there's a good chanc of rec - disease in its many forms, fron the vier
erv for every one who suifers with weak point of common sense and in piau
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HARMFUL YELLOW JOURNALS.
A careful inspection of the situation 2ew
seems to reveal the fact that so-called
lork Journal? I loath the
New York Journal as I do the ' un-
ill 1 - T . - . 2 ir. H
you please never send to this office any its ., brilliant editor could command- bCS or " 111 uc "ueu JUJ"S -UUiLC1
m.ltter honrino- thft imnrint. nf thf I rru cerilüCS llie uranwil CUMi up. All
wv fyw w. .wi I Iii, i -rfL t rz ii iviiii in tv vi. ii ill ri i
to the point of revolution with the
indignation of free citizens robbed of
holievf! vnnr mnpr mnro the ballot. An assassin, never vet
ponion of the blame for the death of than an v otner a?ent in this nxrntTY. identified, slaw Goo.hol.
Tr, is no nnllintinn nf thf rlntrrllv
encouraged such assassination. To I , ,
have oui institutions commended by "ime mat oeoei was an enemy 01
such a paper would be a burning dis- Iree institutions ana an honest vote
Jam ks It. Day. and was so declared by a possible
These are items from one day's . majority of his own party in the sta&.
news only and they show strongly the
our president. Anarchy is nota native helped to make the conditions which
growth of a government so free and
liberal as ours. Its hideous principles
have been imported from the slums of
Europe," and it finds poor soil for its
growth and encouragement in this
country. Nevertheless, the dangerous
doctrine-hangs with rare tenacity and
persistency and defies all attempts to
effectively suppress it. And no other
reason seems so apparent for this
annoying and alarming condition of
affairs as the natural effect of extreme
yellow Journalism, which fosters dis
cord and discontent by its vicious and
uncalleri for attacks upon the rich and
constant endeavors to engender and
increase the discontentment of the
common people. This and the suggest
iveness of hideous and exaggerated
cartoons which portray political lead
ers as abnormal monsters give to
anarchy the encouragement which
keeps the spirit of resentment alive,
with the result of just such affairs as
the one which now so deeply troubles
this nation. Michigan City News.
A STRENUOUS LIFE
Theodore Roosevelt is only 43 years
of age. He has advanced at a rapid
rate. TVhen a boy he was quite frail.
In order to build himself op physically
of them are for assaults. Eleven new
estates are recorded.
Mollie M. Totter, of Walnut town
ship, sues for a divorce from her hus
band. John S. Potter, who is in the
trend of public sentiment. It is not
in any sense a political matter but a
matter of public safety and common
decency, and the people of all sections
and in both parties are aroused against
yellow journalism because of -the
treasonable fruit it bears.
THE MAJESTY OF THE LAW.
The quiet and orderly trial of the
assassin Czolgosz in the same month
his, atrocious crime was committed
and in the city where .it occurred is
one of the most impressive events in
history. An avowed anarchist, loath
ed and despised by. all good people,
he shot down the President of the
United States in a manner almost in
conceivably heinous and without the
shadow of excuse, without one single
mitigating circumstance. And yet
he was arrested, indicted and tried,
every regular form of law was observed,
every opportunity . tor defense was
given, the trial court was a regularly
constituted court of the state and the
regular servants of the law officiated,
F. E. Lambert Again Honored.
Hon. F. E. Lambert has been honor-
neither could the deed be justified by ed wiUl reappointments to the office
personal enmitv coming down through rcieree oankrupicy ior
Goebel 's stormy career in which he
himself had committed manslaughter."
No man had more or bitterer enemies
The criminal should have been
found and hanged but the democrats,
aided and abetted by the dead man's
own brother.' used the traced v to
smirch republican officials and bolster
up a visibly waning cause; they were
far more eager to hound Governor
Taylor than to run down the' real cul
prit, for that event would have spoil
ed their political game. There was
no such thing as a fair trial possible
for the accused republicans and a
democratic judge said so. from the
bench. The assassin-x may never be
known but it is. well to remember that
no attempt was , ever made to fasten
guilt upon any one of a hundred bit
ter personal enemies of Goebel in his
own town, several of whom had open
ly threatened his life. He knew his
danger and was never unarmed.
The murder of Goebel can be at-
district. The appointment has just
been made by Judge John II. Baker,
of the federal court at Indianapolis.
The fact that Judge Baker has again
honored Mr. Lambert is regarded as a
suitable recognition of service, well
Big Offer For Bremen's We!!.
Dudley M. Shively and Dr. O. G.
Conklen, two capitalists of South
Bend, were in Bremen "Wednesday to
inspect the experimental oil well.
After looking around, the gentlem
made the officers of the company
proposition to purchase the machinery
and leases. We are informed that
the gentlemen have offered $40,000
for the machinery, present well and
leases on land The drill was down
525 feet Tliursday night. Bremen
License to Wed.
Marriasre licenses were issued to
Edwin J. Bradly and Lulu M. Baker
John A. Martin and Cordelia Colvin.
ik rr drugfWt for U.
If ta cannot supply the
m III KI.. Accent no
other, bat seed st&mn for Il
lustrated book ai. It gives
fall nrtimlAra and directions ln-
ralaable to ladies. MARVKI.fO.,
Hoom Tlmea Udg-.,.ei York.
NEW DISCOVERY. NEVER FAILS.
A uew. reliable and saffl relief fa
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f ul menotrnstioa. Sow uwd by over,!
SO, WO Ladies. Invigorat tnene
organ. Bfwake or dangebotts im
itations. 2 per box, small box L
Prepaid in clain wraPr. cln
MEUlCALi ASSN. Chicago. IU.
Sale by L. TANNER
Ort'! Only tieul.
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lot eil Irinas lJvifc r..iijiiiu
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We are trying hard to make this the
beet restaurant in the city. We make
it a epecialty to suit our patronr. We
are prepared to furnish you with
in can or bull:. Yours to please
PK ONE 114. 0TT0 ALBERT.
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G. K.' LEONARD,
Furniture and UndertaKint
Largest Stock Lowest Prices.
, Store removed to new quarters in Wheeler. Bloc;
corner Michigan and Laporte Streets. Thanking the peop
for past favors we invite you to come in and see our ne
store. :- :- -:- -: : .
Tiphon.:j9no.l8, Residence 7tlnut b, 7ashingloa