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Come Yol. 7. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1901. No. 44. Connty Library Jull 01 ty edepeedeets FOR SAUK. roam 25 Boars and 25 Sows. All hogs eligible to record. Pedigree furnished with each sale. Inspection in vited. Correspondence so licited. Prices reasonable. Satisfaction guaranteed. J. V. LAWRENCE, RUTLAND, IND. BARGAINS IN Real Estate! 1st acre farm near Plymouth; good house and barn ..",( X) 1 40 acres near Lake of Woods. . .1 5U) 3 irood, well-improved no -acre farms $3,000 3 good lo'e SIkw to Sl,3t'0 27 acres; house and nam, near riy mouth 81,200 Good house and lot on Walnut street S3.5U) Many other Birgaine, and all kinds ot property to trade. GEO. PAUL. We handle and it is tlie very best on the market. Try it. And don't fail to take home a nice, juicy steak, a roast or a veal stew. Nothing Better for Your Dinner Mea!. J. E. TURNER'S POPULAR MEAT MARKET. Paul's Reste i rant BILL OF TAKE. Regular Meals 25e Oyster Stew 15c Warm Lunch lf)c I lam and Kggs 2()c Small Steak 15c Porterhouse Steak ... .20c Veal or Pork ('hops. . . .15c Raked Reans 5c Tea, CofTee and Milk. . .15c Hread, Buttel ard Potatoes with all Meat Orders at above prices. Board by the week, $3.00. Give us a trial and you will be satisfied. One door north State Dank. Don't Be Fooled ZE-v Take the sremiine. original ft 4r ROCKY M'UMTAIN TL' Made only by Madison Med cine Co., Madison, Wis. I ji r.eep you wen. uur trac mack cut on each rxrkai r y?J-&J'S Price, is cent. Nvr i in bulk. Accept no übst. McoMOMtiotiii tute. Ask your druggist. ASK YOUR DRUGOIST i oil urn I cnr ri mm i UIF FLOUR... I BEST. 100 IDS . $1.?0: 50. 90C: 25. 45C 1 I ZEHNER MILL I rbotoffrapt4 tmm Life. REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY Made a Well Man of Me. (produces the above results In SO days. It sets powerfully and quickly. Cures when ill others tail. Young men will regain their lost manhood, and old men will recover their youthful vigor by using REVIVO. It quickly and surely restores Nenrous Bess, Loet Vitality, Impotency, Nightly Emissions, Lost Power, Filling Memory, Wasting Diseases, and sJl ejects of self-abuse or excels and indiscretion, whicti unfits cne for ntudy. business or marriage. It not outT cures by starting at th seat of disease, but Is a great nerve tonic and blood builder, bring In back the pink glow to pale cheeks and re storing the fire of youth. It wards off Insanity and Consumption. Insist on having KEVI VO, no ether. It can be carried In vest pocket. By mall j XjOO per pack?, or six for 5.00. with a post tlve -written (marantee to core or refund the money. ft and advise free. Address LOYAL MEDICINE CO.'ÄVi For Sale in Plymouth, Ind., by Peo ple's Drug Store. iutterme OILVLIA GBBAT WF .. Exclusive ASK FOfl THE SHOE FOR MEN 5 $350 Sold onlybv J. F. HURTLE'S Do You Feed Stock? Let Us Tell You About ACME FOOD. Improves the appetite, aids digestion, gives finish, cheaper to feed than oil meal. Sold under a positive guarantee. We also have Beef Meal and Oil Meal, Crushed Oyster Shell and other brands of Stock and Poultry Foods, Fertilizers, Etc. Forbes' Seed Store. Telephone 36. Plymouth, Ind. 4 The Children T ablet, Pencils, -m .. . mm ixuiers, iJictionaries, Etc. We have a full line of the articles. The Tablets are considerably better this year than last, but the prices are the Sjff same. If the children should make a mistake in a buying, ty they are free to bring the article back. IS ?! J. W. AT Allman;s Big Store PLYMOUTH, IND. I IJring in a few ears of your töre Uecember 1, r,K)l. TEN BIG PRIZES. We already have a grand display of Corn and $ we cordially invite everyone to visit The Big Store S during the exhibition. ' f THE BIG STORE CORN EXHIBITION Souvenir Coupon Remember Our Uig Fall and Winter Sale of Clothintr. l'i 1 11-... " onoes, lvry uoous, luaxs, rtc, Shoe Store .. When You Need Good Footwear visit the best place to buy in Marshall Co. We have as much Footwear in our store to select from as you will find in any two stores combined in the county. m We sell strictly for cash. You only pay for your own shoes when you trade with us. Call and see us. CASH SHOE STORE KENDALL BLOCK PLYMOUTH v 1 1 1 a x I n 1 XNJ XX M M IV VX s Will Need New Drawing Books, yj Erasures, .. HESS. Best Corn any time be To every lady clipping this Coupon and presenting X before Dec. 2, we will give w a souvenir of the Corn Ex- hibition. w is now on. J Death cf T. B. Itronlux. The remains of T. 13. iirosius were brought to this city last Tuesday from Logansport and taKen to the home of his parents near Etna Green for burial. Mr. Urosius was one of the four men that were killed in the wreck on the Panhandle railroad last Sunday. The following is taken from the Loganeport Journal: The body o lirosiua was cremated, it bring impos sible to get to him through the fire. He was buried in the wreckage of the caboose in which he was caught and directly under the wreck of a large re f rigerator car. After the Ore had been put out an effort was made to locate the body and lind such of it as re mained, but all that the searchers found wad the heart, some bits of tleeh and pieces of clothing. His watch and other trinkets that he had in his pockets were also recovered. Some of the burned and charred bones were also found, and the position in which these were found and the place where the other bits of the body were found indicated that the body was most horribly torn and mangled by the collision, death being instant, a merci ful thing in view of the fate that was in waiting. J!rosiu8 was 27 years old and leates a wife and two children. West Township Tenchers. The following is the list of Weet township teachers for this year and also their grade: No. 1 Clinton Grube, grade 1C. No. 2-Frank Wolf. No. 3 Joseph Whiteell, grade ?9. No. 1 Albert J. Frank, grade H". No. 5 Chas. N. Jordan, high Bchool teacher. No. 5 Ida Asp, grade 85. No. O-Nellie Cole, grade 85. No. 7 Chas. I'addock. No. 8 Claude Garrison, grade 8T. No. 'J Chas. N. Jiurt, grade IK). No. 10 A, Katurah Rhodes, grade 05 No. 10 H, Claudie Uicbey, grade KK No. 12 Mazzie Thompson, grade 85. The schools commenced last Monday and special attention is called to the high school, which also began last Mon day, with 27 pupils. Charles N.Jordan is the high school teacher. Payment 011 State Debt. The state expects to pay 8:KX),000 more on its debt the last of January. The exact amount of the payment will depend on the collection of tnxes, but Auditor Hart is confident that $300, OOO can be paid. This payment will leave the debt that may be paid 82,830, (XX), but $1,081,1X10 of it cannot be paid until 1115. The state finances are in good condition, the auditor says, and payments will be made regularly on that part of the debt, the payment of which is optional. The last payment on the debt was made last July, when $300,000 was sent to agents for Indiana in New York with which to take up a part of the state s indebtedness. Death of Mr. Joseph Kettling!. Mary, the wife of Joseph Keidinger, diedTueeday morning at 11:30 o'clock at her home on South street near the Thayer elevator. The deceased was passed 80 years of age, was born in Germany and came to this country in 1857. She was the mother of two children, John Suseland and Mrs. Peter Stegman, who, besides a husband, survive her. She was a member of the German Evangelical church and was a good christian woman. Social Gathering. The daughters of Mrs. S. Wickey, who lives in West Plymouth, gave a surprise on their mother Monday night. Their home wars filled with friends and neighbors who spent a most enjoyable time. Those present were: Mesdames Jacob Ness, Casimere Wickry, Wm. Ol well, Henjamin Fetters, Milton Hunt, Frank Sebel, Josephine Wickey, Mose Crawford, Grant Hanes, Charles Phil lips and Verka. Atttroloeer Warn President lCoottevelt. Gustavs Meyer, the young astrologer of Hoboken, N. JM who warned the late President McKinley last spring that an attempt would be made upon his life either in June or September, has sent a letter to President Roosevelt telling him to beware of illness or ac cident during the next six weeks. The astrologer added that though illness or accident was indicated about the presi dent, it may be avoided by proper care. Young-Man Fatally Injured. Ervin Kueller, 18 years old, fell Into the mouth of a threshing machine Sat urday, near Columbia City, and bis left arm was caught by the rapidly revolv ing cylinder and drawn through the spikes aud was mangled clear to the shoulder. His injuries will prove fatal. Kneller was standing on the feed table sweeping up the scattered grain when he slipped and fell into the mouth of the machine. Defaulting Oftlrer Kenln. The Allen county board of commis sioners on Friday received the resig nation of the defaulting county au ditor, William Mejer. The bondsmen of the retiring auditor were allowed to draw the amount of salary due Meyer for the last quarter, and paid over to the county the net amount of the shortage, $1,981.0 i. George Ortleib, who has been acting as chief deputy, was appointed county auditor and it is understood will draw but S1.800 a year, the balance of his salary going to re imburse the bondsmen, who will thus lose but ;?500. In addition to this shortage Meyer owes his deputies in salary due and borrowed money 3,000, which they cannot recover. HusineH Meu Attention. Advertisers who have felt that one daily paper is eufticient for Plymouth would do well at this time to refuse en courgement to a new daily paper. The Evening News has suspended. If you think one daily is sufiicient, do you know of a better time to assert your conviction on such a matter than at the time such a paper is starting? The Daily Independent covers the field completely and all advertising which is placed In a new daily paper, is money thrown away by the merchant. This is a matter which good business men will consider thoughtfully. It does not concern the Daily Inde pendent so much as it does the merchants who wish to reach the most people possible with tbeir adver tising for the least money. Keturn Home. Walter Williams arrived home Monday morning after being absent since Christmas in 1818. He is a member of the 11th U. S. regulars and has been in service in the Philippine islands and in China. His company is now stationed at Fort Niagara, N. Yn and he was granted a furlough of twenty days, which he will spend with his parents. Walter is in gocd health and he weighs forth pounds more than when he left home. Death of Mm. George F. Hutchison. Florence, the wife of George F. HutchiBon, died Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at her home on East Garro street. The deceased was 40 years old and has been in very poor health for a num ber of years. She leaves a husband, an adopted daughter and a number of friends to mourn her death. The funeral was held at the home yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Hurry After Dairymen. Dr. Hurty, the state health otlicer, has found that dairymen are putting a new kind of adulterant in their milk. It is called Tiscogen, containing glu cose, lime and cane eugar, which, when mixed with a liberal supply of water rand put in the milk, stretches consider ably without much chance of detection. Hurty intends to prosecute all dairy men who use it. Iiilpiileiit )ttte Movetl. The Marshall County Independent is moving into its new home on Michigan street, in the building which its pub lisher has erected between the Jacox and liurkett buildings. All subscribers and others who may have business with the Independent will find us at home in the above described building. Call. Pan-American Stamp-. The local poetollice has been directed to stop the sale of the Pan-American stamps after Oct. 31. On that date all stamps remaining unsold in the ofllce will be returned to Washington. Per sons who want to supply themselves with them as curiosities or keepsakes will have to do so before that date. Walmxh Kditor Aliioiiug. IJenjamin Kinert, for several yeare editor of the Wabash Daily and Weekly Times, is missing, and there are several gentlemen holding his note for various amounts bearing the forged signature of his relative. Marriage Licence. Oct. 9. Henry Zum, CO, and Victoria Reubel, 58. Oct. 10. Samuel Stuntz, 35, and Miss Rosa Ellen Price, 20. lturr Dak. The schools of Union township be gan Monday, Oct. 7. Mr. Morton has returned from his visit in Ohio where he has spent two or three weeks. Mr. Gross is rapidly erecting the store buiHing of J. J. Cromley. Rev. L. Ij. Austin will preach at Rurr Oak next Sunday, Oct. 13, at 3 o'clock p. m. It is the intentiou now to have preaching on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at the Church of God, before the dedication which will be on Oct. 20. Mrs. Myers will lead the prayer meeting on next Thursday night. Mis Clellh Smith who has been away for some time has returned to Rurr Onk to attend school. George Moore, Ed Roogh, Ira Mock and another family started for Indian Territory last week. They are all driv ing through. The furnace is now being placed in the Church of God. M. G. Ton intends moving back to Oakdale, 11L in the near future. With 15.000 worth of diamonds on his person, D. W. Dickie, a Chicago jeweler, suicided by shooting near the Grant monument in Lincoln Park, Chicago, Saturday night. Evening News and Republican Are Dead. The Plymouth Republican announced yesterday that the "Republican, with all its likes and dislikes, is dead." It has ceased to exist. An effort will be made to start a new weekly paper from the same office. The Evening News has also ceased to exist. An effort will also be made to start a new daily. Hen dricks and Oglesbee, who have been running the Republican and News are associated together in the new venture. The Independent has at various times sought to impress upon the merchants of Plymouth the fact that it covers the daily field and that its weekly edition leads the others in circulation. The suspension of the Evening News ought to be sufficient to convince everyone that the old established Daily Inde pendent meets the requirements of the public. It remains to be seen if the men, who in their farewell acknowledge that the Republican and Evening News have come into disrepute under their management, can give any better char acter to a new publication. It is very reliably stated that a law suit is to be sprung in the near future by creditors holding a mortgage on the good will of the old Republican, Hen dricks and Ogleebee to be defendants in such action. PriQii Sunday, The observation of Prison Sunday by the churches of our land is had with increasing interest each year. Indiana is sharing in this. Her work in prison reform and the steps she has taken for the prevention of pauperism and crime lead us to expect that. Last year hundreds of churches in this state observed the day that has been desig nated Prison Sunday, the last Sunday in October. On it consideration was given to those things which lead to crime as well as to the effects of crime; to criminals and their treatment; to efforts at reforming the offender and measures for the prevention of crime. In these and kindred topics our people are deeply interested. This year Prison Sunday is October 27. Several of the district and state meetings of different denominations have adopted resolutions requesting their ministers to observe the day. The result will be many other churches will take part in the observance. All those who con template doing so are requested to write the board of state charities, Indl anapolis. Conimix-iioiierr-.' Court. The county commissioners met in their regular October session last Mon day, transacting the following amount of business, and adjourned Tuesday afternoon: The poor reports of the various township trustees were heard and ap proved. A. N. Leland, school trustee of Ar gos, and Henry Zechiel, school truetee of Culver, tiled their reports before the county commissioners and after a care ful examination of all vouches and papers they were confirmed and ap proved. The Pennsylvania railroad presented a petition to lower the overhead bridge at the Donaldson bill, which was granted. C. M. Walker, presented a petition for a telephone franchise in Tippecanoe township, the route to be as in the peti tion in such a way as not to interfere with the public. The petition was granted. Frank Rrooke, the county clerk, filed a notice of the vacancy in the office of justice of the peace in Union township, caused by the resignation of John II. Rums, and Calvin Marsh was appointed to fill bis place. Jodie Kam, Wm. Stull and Jacob Klingerman were appointed viewers in the road petition of Mary S. Rankert et al, in North township, and they were ordered to meet with Fred W. Monroe, at Tyner, on Friday, Oct. 18, at S 6'ciock. Nathan E. Runcb, Frank L. Johnson and Chancy Wright were appointed viewers of the petition for drain of Alvin W. and 1 1 all ie Kline, in North township, and they were ordered to meet at the office of Fred Myers, notary public, on Monday, Oct. 21. The Haney bridge ia German town ship, Schrom bridge in Center town ship, Myers bridge in Green township, the abutments of the Sarber bridge- in Rourbon township, the abutments of the tannery and water tank bridges and the Whieler arch in German town ship, were all accepted. The Rrookville iron works was awarded the contract for the repair of the water tank bridge, for 6717, in Tip pecanoe township. Must 11 If you wish to walnuts, it is written permit land on which ave a Permit. gather hickory nuts or necessary to get a of the owner of the you wish to gather psssed by the last leg- them. The law islature regardin plies also to this has been so held g hunting permits ap matter, or at least it by several courts. ltaker Family Well Cared For. A Washington Dispatch says that one question that will be settled at the first of the next meeting of congress will be that Judge P. . Raker, of the Indiana supreme court, will succeed his father. Judge John II. Raker, as United States district judge for the dis trict of Indiana within a year. Judge John H. RaKer is ready to retire. He declined to accept the promotion to the United States circuit bench, which he undoubtedly could have had, because he did not desire that his retirement should be postponed for ten years. This arrangement would be agreeable to both senators. Elkhart Review. Tippecanoe Items. W. P. Biddle and wife are here visit ing her mother, Mrs. Bell, who is very sick. D. C. Mock and lady friends, of North Webster, visited relatives here last Fri day. R. F. Meredith and wife, visited the exposition at Buffalo last week. Uncle John Shatto is very sick and under the doctor's care at tte home of J.W.Cole. He will soon be 97 years old. Ephraim Messersmith and wife, of Winamac, visited relatives here last week and attended the Rourbon fair. David H. Stukey was at Plymouth last Wednesday, probating the will of the late Hiram Mickey. His wife was a daughter of Mr. Mickey. Percy King and Vida Jordan were united in marriage Saturday evening of last week bv Squire Vangundy. James Baxter and Mary E. Kay were united in marriage laet Saturday evening by Squire Vangundy. Mrs. Lydia Reil, who has been con fined to her room and bed for the past three weeks, is reported as getting a little better and the physician now has hopes of her recovery. The Tippecanoe teachers areas fol lows: Primary room, R. E. Barrett; intermediate, W. H. Towns; grammer, D. Harrington; principal, S. A. Laird. Charles M. Walker is thinking a little of moving to Plymouth. Charlie is a hustler and would have a larger field for his business, that of real estate. Lapaz item 4. Mrs. Alice Wagner will make her home with her parents near Lakeville. George Clabaugh and family, of South Rend, are visiting here. Miss Ella Rector will visit Teno., this fall after a pleasant visit with tbeir eon. Ephraim Fluke papered the school building, and the Advent church south of tbe village. The rooms present a pleasing appearance. Ephraim is con templating moving to Arkansas. Mrs. Eliza Halt will have a public sale Wednesday Oct. V',. Alexis Brown is an inmate at the soldiers' home, Marion. Rev. J. F. Pressnall is a resident of Plymouth. Rev. J. II. Schlosser will move to Wakaru8a. Rev. M. L. Peter is the only minister in the village. A minister of the U. B. church of the Radical wing, it is re ported, will soon move to Lapaz. Dr. Horner II. Tallman is tbe only doctor here since the death of Dr. Wagner. Mrs. Henry Fites and daughter are slowly recovering from a severe illness. Ephraim Fluke papered all the rooms in the school building. He is now working in the Advent church south of the village. Rev. Peter's parents returned home after a very pleasant visit. Ed Nye, of the U. S. N.t returned to Brooklyn after a brief furlough. Walter Cbabaugh entered the Vin cennes university this fall. Tbe Myers Bros, a.-e busy making cider. Frances Seltenright is buildidg quite a valuable addition to his residence. II. T. Shirk, Rudolph shirk, Reuben Carney and George Folk went to Ohio on the excursion. 11. V. Shirk and brother will visit Virginia. John Hale returned from North Dakota. George Shenemaa is in that state visiting his brother Charlie. Roland Logan is in Pittsburg in the employ of the Heinz Co. Dessie and John, children of John Myers, will enter the institution for the deaf and dumb next Tuesday. Mri. Alexis Brown is very sick. Cyrus Shafer and family have re turned. II. T. Shirk is selling sewing ma chines in his hardware store. Tice Leed Is now occupying his house on Randolph street. Local thieves are at work while good o.eople are lying in the arms of m Or pheus. I.OWKK FA it KS TO lU'FFALO. Special Pan-Amet lean Ks poult ton Kirar tion Via Pennsylvania I. inen. An opportunity to visit the Pan American exposition at unusual low fare is offered by the special coach ex cursions to Buffalo over the Pennsyl vania lines Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of each week during October. Tickets on sale those days are bated on a rate of one-half the regular one-way fare, the cheapest rate offered during the Fan-American exposition season. Particulars about fares and time of trains may be obtained by consulting passenger and ticket agents of the Pennsylvania lines, Plymouth, Ind. 10-2d J. E. Hanes.