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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
1 11 A 1 If LI. A. MILLER'S A TALE FOR THE WEEK ENDINQ FEB. 25, 185, TO March 2, 1S95. AS FURNISHED BY CRESSNER & COMPANY, ABSTRACTORS OF TITLES. Owners of the only Abstract liooks in the county. Abstracts of Titles to all prop erty in Marshall county compiled accurately and promptly. 13. & 0. & C. K. Ii. quit claim deed to Holland Kadiator Co., 2 acres German township, (part depot ground) Jan. 15 Henry StaulTer warranty deed to M. C. Holland, lots 11 and 12, Kx. north 70 feet Hull's add Bremen, Jan. 21, G50. Jacob Vollmer commissioner, com missioners deed to Mary M. Vollmer, lot lOFoltzs cor. add Bremen, Oct. 3, 'HI; 81.000. James M. Wiekizer warranty deed to Jacob and Mary Deaner, 80 acres Wal nut township, Feb. 20, UV, $ 1,500. J. C. Deaner and wife warranty deed to James M. Wiekizer, part lot 8 block 8 (Sidney) Argos, Feb. 20, 13; 2,500. Filetus Shaffer and wife warranty deed to JJenj. F. Taylor, lot in Argos part manufacturing company track, Jan. IT, 8225. Lydia A. Fullmer and husband war ranty deed to Kmanuel Uienz, 20 acres Center township, Feb. 2'., '.5; s725. Lydia A. Fullmer ami husband war ranty deed to Jacob S.Casper, 10 acres Center township, Feb 2., ?öir. John S. 1'latt deceased by seven of the heirs warranty deed to I'hilip Kuntz. undivided T;5 of 120 acres in West town ship, Feb. 2:?, ''.:; s2,7:H I'hilip Kuntz warranty deed to John M. (leib, undivided . of 10 acres West township, Feb. 27, Ifi; l.UK (Irant Stotts warranty deed to Abram Stotts, HUJ acres Union township, Feb. 21,y.j;$S,000. Daniel Snyder and wife warranty deed to Arthur Fare, 5 acres AVest township, Feb. 2S, v.3; 822). Toba 11. Norton and wife warranty deed to Delia A. Hatch, lot 22 Lowry's cor. add. Argos, Feb. 15, 13; 81101. Catheriue Fdwards tax deed to J. II. Cooley, south 33 feet of lot 1, block 8, Argos, (original) March 2, U5; .$'..73. James M. Wiekizer tax deed to J. II. Cooley, lot 13 Wickizer's add. Argos, March 2, 'Uö; 85J2. Ida M. Howell and husband warranty deed to Phoeba Pickens, lot in Argos, Jan. 15, VJ5; 81,000. Boarding by the Day or Week. Meals served at all hours, also warm and cold lunch. Lodging can be had on ap plication. A large line of Candies, Cigars and Tobacco con stantly on hand. GH AI CHY wants your ear just a minute on the Tobacco Question. Just arrived, a new sup nlv of .Briar Pipe, Coin- fort and the cheaper grades or smoking. Green Turtle Plug will be in this week, it is an elegant plug and with every ten tags you get a good Pipe Prcc. Sweet Cuba and Hia watha always on hand and when you see the 25 cent Fine Cut, you will smile. IF YOU WANT n 10 cent eiirar tor o cents, try the Cuban Peer, and if you want a good, cheap smoke, buy our 2 for 5 cents cigar and be happy. Yours to please, QEO. VINALL. f rW0 SO"- NATIONS. rim vJ;.7- i': V üirv.KT i- l : v t r Vf' - : 1 - --'-it I' iff In order to fully understand the situation, Read a i OUR OFFER. A Careful Perusal of Our Olfer Desired. THE SEQUAL IS X0W BEING ENACTED IN The National Capitol and Wall Street. is 'SEE V TALE OF TWO NATIONS, substantially bound, for 30 cents. Sent to any address, postage paid, on re- i O 411 1 1 a ceipt or price. Address rnis paper. u The lNDi:ri:M)i:NT has been located in Plymouth over four months, and it has recieved a great deal of encouragement. Our subscription list has had a steady and healthy growth, and the apprecia tion of the Independent has been shown on every hand. lut yet we are not satisfied, and propose to double our present list the coining month. We will make the following offer which will be closed on the 1st day of April 1805: The Marshall County Inde pendent will be sent to any address throughout the United States for 61. Or we will send prepaid tho Inde pendent one year and a copy of "Coin's Financial School" or a "Tale of Two Nations" for 61.15. Kemember this offer is only good up to April first, and the opportunity may never be given to you again. The Independent proposes to add new fea tures during the coming season which will more than pay its readers for the money invested. If you have seen copies of tho Inde pendent and are satisfied with its ef forts, give it your endorsement by send ing or bringing in youk subscription. If you have a friend who you desire to see a copy, send the address to this otlice and it will be promptly attended to. Solicitors Wanted. The Independent desires to secure hustling solicitors in every township of this county, and will pay a liberal com mission. This is an opportunity for young men who desires to take hold of something outside of the regular work of mercantile life. (Jive it a trial. Home Seekers' Excursions South and Southeast via Pennsylvania Lines Sneoial low rate excursion tickets with twenty day return limit will be sold Murrh 5th. Anril 2d and liUth. from ticket stations on the Pennsylvania Ijines to points in Aiauama, norma, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missis sippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Tor details, apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agent, or address P. Van Onsen, Chief Assistant General Passenger SAYS, Sell cheap and the peo ple will buy. Fine Syr up, 24 cents per gallon. Best Uneolored Japan Tea, 35 cents, and every thing you need at bot tom Free Trade Prices. AND, SAY, Don't fail to ask to see the Magical Lamp . Chimney, never smokes and saves oil and is fire proof. If you ever try one you will not take the old kind as a gift. Simple but AVonderful. riarshall County Independent. Read and Reflect. JOHN S. BENDER, Attorney at Law, PLYMOUTH, INO. OfHp nvpr SlKM'tnnkpr's llcsl Aiir.'llit. Will proniptly'attf'iKl to all business intrusted to him in lue huh of ins profession. SPECIAL OFFER THIS WEEK. WM. O'KEEFE, And not find sucli a stock of Fresh, Clean, New Spring Dress Goods as yon will find in our store this spring. YOU MAY TRAVEL THE TOWN OVER An 1 not find sucli low prices as we are prepared to name yon now. YOU MAY TRAVEL ALL AROUND And not find sucli an assortment of Ladies' Muslin Underwear as we can show you. This is the first time we have these goods in stock and prices are so very low that you can not afford to make them yourselves. We also have our New Carpets and Oil Cloths in, at the lowest prices you ever heard of. We also show a grea'c assortment of Ready Made Percale Wrappers, all sizes, at from 75c to $1.25 each. You can't afford to make them. You can save work by buying our Ready Made Sheets and Pillow Cases. In fact YOU CAN JOURNEY A LONG DISTANCE Before you find such a stock of Dry Goods at such low prices as you can find them by dropping in on us at any suitable time. THOSE HOLDING TICKETS FOR TABLES Promised in 1894, are informed that we have received a lot of them from the factory and are ready to distribute them now. Kl LUMBER Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Flooring, Patent Lath, Fence Posts and Fence Lath. i 0! i wm nies o am ecu The Day Of glittering gold in the mouths of the people is rapidly giving way to the more modern and certainly more harmonious arid durable When the World Wants isdom Genius generally provides a generous supply. The Failures of Financiers Have been due to the Practice of Pernicious Principles. Coin's Financial School lias had a most auspicious opening and is daily turning out thousands of Sensible and Satisfied Scholars. Are You In It? By all means take the course and be Converted to Common Sense. Model PLYMOUTH, IND. SPECIALS THIS WEEK AND NEXT IN THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT Cocoa Coffee 35c value, for 2 leper pound. 1 lb. basket Dried Imperial Tea and 6 lbs. G-raimlated Sugar for 50 cents, or 1 lb. same Tea and 1 lb. of our excellent Cocoa Coffee for 50 cents. Yours for Bargains in Everything, w. JUIUI Piei croii mm 132 vom DR. DURR'S The Bell is Hinging. Conic In and Study. The handsome f() cents edition is O offered to our friends and readers for Ov7 Cllto. HO eents to'anv address, or we will - , Newly patented System of applying give you the cheaper cover for 25 cents. Kemcinhcr, we this work is a revelation to all who de- will send this hook postpaid to any part of the United sirH their ttwth preserved and restored oj j... . The Independent, sire their teeth preserved and restored gf.g fr Oioip'riotiirnl ivhitmiPCQ Can at the Coin's Financial School or Model Dental Parlors, A Tail of Two Nations and PLYMOUTH. I ONE YEAR FOR $1.50. Eves are Windows of the Soul. Kemember they are priceless. Take care of them, s no one will take care of them for you. If you need Spectacles or Kye (i lasses, euiiMilt an Optician. We .uake no charge for examination of the eyes for defective vision. Our ability to safely and correctly adjust glas s is beyond question. We guarantee satisfaction and aiake all needed corrections and supply and exchange free for one year. MY LEADERS. Solid (iold Spectacles and Fine (Yvstal Lenses. SUM). (Sold Killed, $2.1 i). Fine Steel and Crystal Lenses in Composition Alluminum r rames, i..00; in Steel, from 50 cents to $2.50, according to lenses. SPANG1 r j Optician of 20 years experience. A complete line of Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry. Silverware and Optical (ioods. Orders taken for a large wholesale house for Solid (Sold Kings any design at jobber s rates, plain, set or diamond, or any goods in my line not in stock. Those at a distance can order glasses by mail. Write for instructions, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, 2 DOORS NORTH OF POSTOFFIGE.