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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 September 1904

C( : ' liOLD ÄND X JR'I IE JL X Pioneer and BeVoe Mixed Paint AT BOTTOM PRICES! The two oldest paints ever sold in Marshall County. They are the best that can be made. Every gallon guaranteed. Buck's Cash Hardware LEADER IN LOW PRICES. . 3C TLbe ZEtibune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertlsements to appear In THE TKIB DJE mcjt be Id before Tuesday noon toln iure tnetr appearance In the issue of that week. Plymouth, IncU September 8,1904. : & LOCAL NEWS & f Mrs. Alma Sellers of Bremen, went to Donaldson to visit over Sunday. Mrs. Olive Purkey of Idaho, is vis iting relatives and. friends in this county. ' Ilarry Swindell came down from Kalamazoo, Friday for a visit of one day only. The schools of Center, German and Bierth townships open Monday, Sept ember IT. Miss Lottie Logan has returned to Lapaz after a visit with relatives and friends here. Oscar Cline of Bremen and Miss Pearl Eslinger were married Wednes day, August 31. Roscoe Daum, Ralph and Ilarry Sells have retu...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 September 1904

pll'4"l"M"t 1 'W-nTI!..t.4"t- t -! 4-t "t l t ! frril t-t-t t t t t t ! rn Hfl 1 t-4"t"H u ttfiitff&fl If S7Tit' . T" sf xftw OLiTICAL 4 OMMEA1T I - 4-4. H4"l-l"!"H44rra 4444444.4ri44.t..t..t. ...T...rn TT T T T'i' T V V VTl I I i t I 1 1H LÜI -H l-; ! .1. ! -iHHi ! ! ! ! ! ! ! lal $. Li .S.JL f1 TTw-i 1 w 1 I -r-- . Opinions of Better Stay at Home. ET the Panama idea out of your head. ii l If you have packed your trunk end thrown up your Job, unpack it and ask your former employer to take you back. There are a few thousands of young fellows in have an idea that in the construction of the great canal fat jobs will go begging, and that it will ba a fine thing to chuck up the $30 a month place on the farm and draw $200 every thirty days on the great ditch. Applications for places are reaching the Canal Com mission at the rate of 1,000 a day already, in the face of the fact that there are no 'places at the commission's dis posal. Some time there will be a lot of work, and undoubt e...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 September 1904

n V ) 3 'S ' I '--v - 1 1 II p 4 n l.y- i '. 4 -; r x V a 5 11 Vis. 4&S Miss Hapzood fells how shs escaped an awful operation by using Lydia E. Pmkham's Vege table Compound. ' "DbakMks. Pixkham : I suffered for foyr years with what the doctors called Salpingitis (inflammation of the fallopian tubes and ovaritis), which ia a most distressing1 and painful ailment, affectia? all the surrounding parts, trndenainincf the constitution, and sap ping the life forces. If you had seen me a 3 ear a pro, before I betrau takinjr lijdiä TL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and had noticed the unken eyes, sallow complexion, and gvaeral emaciated condition, and com pared that person with me as I am to day, robust, hearty and well, you would not wonder that I feel thankful to you and your wonderful medic: ue, which restored me to new life und health in five months, and saved me f rom an awful operation." Miss Irene IIapgood, 1022 Sandwich St. Windsor, OnL $5000 forfeit If orlgfncJ of above letter pr...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 September 1904

I Jor WHO CANNOT CURED. Backed up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cuses, a record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to women ever attained, the proprietors and makers of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering to pay $500 in legal money of the United States for any case of Leucorrhea, Female Weakness, Prolapsus, or Falling of Womb, which they cannot cure. All thev ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure. I was a great sufferer for six years and doc tored all the time with a number of physicians but did not receive any benefit," writes Mrs. George Sogden, of 41 Bonda Street, Saginaw (South), Michigan. I had given up all hope of ever getting: better. Thought I would write to you. When I received your letter telling me what to do I commenced to take your Favorite Prescription' and follow your advice. I have taken ten bottles in all, also five vials of the Pleasant Pellets.' Am now re...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 September 1904

1. fllecorder'a Office UNE s VOLUME ni PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15; 1904. NO. 50 SOWING GLEAN WHEAT A Lost Battle. GIVING UP THE FiGHT The Latest Lynching. WARNING TO BRYAN. DEATH OF A CENTENARIAN f eb03 1 ..... PLYMOM TTTTTTD) .f ft i 3 ,1 J I ( i i ! i . t f r'J 'J a I u t ? I' Some Good Advice that Farm ers Should Heed. The American Grange Bulle tin has the following on the im portance of sowing clean wheat? When our subscribers see the above heading they will at once know so well what we have in mind to write that it will be nec essarv to write only a very lit tle. - -: "Wheat does not turn to chess any more than dust turn3 to chinch bugs. But chess and rye are much hardier than wheat.- "Whileon the average wheat multiplies only twelvefold in our farming in this country, it is safe to say that chess sown with wheat multiplies at least forty fold. Some think, as a result of close observation and investiga tion, that it multiplies one hun dred fold. The man that sows ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 September 1904

THE PLYÄ0U1I1 TRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS CI CO.. - - Pvblishcrs. 1904 SEPTEMBER. 1904 Su Mo Tu Wo Th JTr sT o o o o 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 o o o o o o XL. Q. f? N. M. -Cv F. Q.F. M VS 4th.--smith. V 17th. V 25th. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All fide and Condition of Thine mrt Shown. Nothing Overlooked to wuka It Coapletc. a vase Flht In Stock Tarda. ' Savage attacks were made upon non union workers at the stock yard, Chica go, and in the fights that followed eight jersons were injured, four of them so se verely that it as necessary to take them to hospitals. At Haistead and Root Street., two young women Annie Cook and Maggie Jasper were dragged from a street car, pounded over the head and tadly beaten before the police arrived. One woman was hit in the mouth with a brick and all of her front teeth knocked out. Anton Ashutra. a drver for a brew ery, tried to drive through the crowd, and...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 September 1904

f godftd by a Spell I CII AFTER VI. Continued.) After I had sht thus meditating for nbcut ten minutes, I began my work. I "wrote very quickly, and in less than an hour I had finished my task. I opened rny Ioor and as quietly as I could, with out an appearance of stealth, descended the stairs, hoping to reach the kifel en unobserved. But my master was watch ing too vigilantly; he came out of the parlor as I reached the landing place. 'What do you want creeping about the house at this time of night?" he asked, sharply. "I was going down into the kitchen t. get a glass of water,' I answered. I have finished my work." "You can't go into the kitchen; Mar tha has gone to bed. You can go into my room and et water, and then go to bed." Without answering him, I remounted Jhe stairs and heard him following me. I went into his room and drank a glass of water, for I wa3 really parched with thirst. While I was there I heard him ascend the second flight of stairs and go into my room. As I reached...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 September 1904

Zbe tribune. ' KsUbllshedOctoterlO.lSCl. ' Only Republican Newspaper id th Coaaty. : HENDRICKS & CO., PuBiisnEi. OPrlCB-BIsseU Building, Comer LnPorte &od Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in ad vance, 11.50; Sli Months, 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cent. delivered atanypostomce ADVERTISING BATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the post'jfflce at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mail matter. - Plymouth. !nd. September 15. 1904. RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR. General Kouropatkin is preparing for a stubborn defense of Mukden This is stated ia official circles Id St. Petersburg. The strength of the Kassian army is reported to be7 200, 000 men, and of these 50,000 are to be left in Mukden to stop the Japanese advance, while the rest push on to lie Pass as fast as the rains and the mud permit. Since the battle - of Liao-Yang Kouro-patkin has been re enforce 1 by many men and guns. Meanwhile tbe Japanese are press ing their advance on Port Arthur, ' ty.rk...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 September 1904

a ;Jf P U; E IL a S ; . FörW'Wt ; m 4 You get tickets for They cost you nothing. Call and sec. . Bueic s casn naraware : ' - Leader In JLbc Zxibxxne. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertisements to appear In THE TK1B UNE mc4tbe in beforeTuesday noon toin tur tnetr appearance In the Issue oftbat ''week. ',- - Plymouth, lnL, September 15, 1904. I & LOCAL NEWS & Speaker Cannon at South Bend -Thursday njgbt. . . All the district schools in the county ' open rext Monday 1 A. L. Garl has moved from this city to a farm in German township. Mrs. F. M. Burkett is still seriously ill, but seems slightly improved. Miss Agnes Thomson attended the teachers' institute at Bourbon today. Mrs. 1j. xeeters, oi near juupaz, is -visiting relatives and friends at -Wabash. Six potatees dug from one hill at Brightside this week weighed 5 pounds. Otto Zarp left for Missouri Tuesday evening to assist his father in a flour ing mill. o Miss Mabel Reeve's condition is still PTiHral. thnnorh not anDar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 September 1904

PRESIDENTS LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE Comp ares Present Stabil ity with What Demo crats Offer. Explains Reasons for All that the Administration Has Undertaken. Republican Control Will Be Solely Devoted Toward Na tional Progress. "Choose between a party of action and a party of negation, a party of honor and a party of dishonor, a party of honesty and a party of Insincerity, a party of proved efficiency and a party of historic, inefficiency." Such is the message to the Ameri can voter sent broadcast throughout the land by President Roosevelt in hU letter accepting the unanimous nom ination to succeed himself accorded to him by the Republican National Con vention In Chicago last June. In hi3 letter President Roosevelt ar ralgns the Democratic party as a house divided against Itself, as an or ganization without fixed policies on any of the great issues to be ßettied at the polls next .November, as a po litical Artful Dodger, whose more than dubious past augurs ill for the future in the event...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 September 1904

33. BOO in Gold Cola IWill be paUl In prizes to those com ing nearestat estimating the paid at tendance Jht the SL Louis World's Fair. The abve amount is deposited with the Missfouri Trust Company, as per the official receipt of the treasurer of that financial institution and publish ed in the schedule of prizes anno meed elsewhere In this paper. The World's Fair Contest Company, Del mar and Adelaide avenue, SL Louis, Mo., are offering these prizes and there Ls no doubt of the cash belnjr in bank to pay the lucky winners. The contest closes October 15th. Mayor McClelltn assert that ht would preir to be Major of Greater New York thaa GoTernor of the Empire State. Greatest in the World. When you talk about being the world's leider in any one thing you hare tib lished a wonderful standard of comp: ri son. Nothing could be greater and in -this day of tremendous competition it means more than you can really grasp without study to say 4,the greatest in the world." Particularly is thin tru...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 September 1904

It is just a common cold. pople say, there's no danger in that. Admitting their statement, then there are uncommon colds, colds which are dangerous; for many a fatal sickness begins with a cold. If we could tell ths common cold from the un common we could feel quite safe. But we cant. The uncommon Tariety is rarely recognized until it hts fastened its hold on the lungs, and there are symptoms of con sumption. At the first symptoms the careful person will heed the warning by taking a mild laxative ; some vegetable pill that will not disturb the system or cause griping. About the best is "Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets." If the cold starts with a cough,- and it persists then some local treatment for this condition should be taken. A well known alterative extract, which has been highly recommended by thousands of users, is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. This tonic compound is composed of an extract of roots and herbs and has a sooth ing effect upon the mucous membrane t allays t...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 September 1904

x: 1 (Recbiffcrt Office VOLÜME in PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22; 1904. NO; 51 ' - "" ,. - ' "' : ..." ' . r " .'v ' - " '." ' '- ----- . - -J - n 1 i ; i i t V.. i ) V. , r U5i 4 f r , J : r THE U. B. CONFERENCE Its Session in Plymouth Was Among Best Ever Held The annual session of the St. Joseph Conference of the United Brethren Church closed Sunday evening. . ' , The session was one of the best ever held. Bishop Kephart was in excellent health and spir its, atxd the preachers seemed to catch inspiration from him so that business was dispatched rap idly and satisfactorily. . Prom the opening session Wed nesday morning until the clos ing Sunday evening there was always 'something doing that was interesting and profitable. A spirit of aggressiveness was apparent on every hand. Re ports showed excellent work for the past year and a determina tion to do good work the coming jear. Many new churches have been built, others are now in course of construction the membership of th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 September 1904

THE PLYM0U1H TRIBUNE PLYMOUTH, IND. EENDRICKS Ct CO.. . - - Publisher. . 1904 SEPTEMBER. 1904 Mo Tu We Th Fr S i O Q Ö o 1 2 3 .4 5 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 o o o e o (TU Q.fJvN.M.l F. Q.F. M 4th. 11th y 17th. rJ 23th. FEATURES OF INTEREST CCNOERNINO PEOPLE. PLACE 9 AND OOINGS OF THE WORLD. Court and Crimes, Aecideata an Fires. Labor aad Capital, drain. Stock and Money Market. Little Girl Slay Father aa lie Sleeps. The mystery surrouhdine the murder of C. S. Stewart, a farmer, living eight miles south of Marlin, Tex., was cleared by the confession of his two little daughters, aged 11 and 13 years, thatthey committed the crime. The body of Stewart was found lying on a cot on the porch of his residence. . The head had been severed from the body with a sharp ax. Accord ing to the story cf tbe little girls their father was about to remarry. Their mother Is dead. They objected to having a step-mdther in their home. -A letter came from the pro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 September 1904

goflftd by CHAPTER VIII. Jud!:h was quite right; although her words filled me with fear, they could not destroy, or even weaken, the fasci nation she exercised over me. Our mar riage day was fixed. How distinctly I remember every aspect and event of that day. The ceremony was, of course, to be celebrated at Little Bethlehem by the bride's father. All the principal members of the congregation were tn be of the party, and the Rev. Obadinh Por ter provided the entertainment with no nigsrardly hand. When I entered the parlor I found it full of people. Of these two solemn looking young men, whom I had often Been at chapel, represented the grooms men; and two remarkably sour-lookinf girls, daughters of Mrs. Ilimphries. the bridesmaids. Two or three dark-looking cabs were at the gate, and when all was ready w'e sallied forth. Martha was standing in ths hall, holding the house door in her hacd. I had never exchanged a word with her since that night when she way laid ns upon the landing; Ind...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 September 1904

Tbe tribune. EtblUheOctob10.lWl. - Oalj Bepuolicaft Newspaper In the Coumty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OmCE-Bissell Building, Corner LaPorte ana neater streets xeiepnone zio.zt. SüBSCItlPTION RATES One Year, in ance, I1J0; Six Months, 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cento, delirered at any poetofSce ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. Catered at the postofSce at Plymouth, Indi ana, as seoond-claas mail matter. Plymouth. Ind. September 22, 1904. The republicans present principles. The democrats offer personalities. Chairman Tagnart says democrats of Indiana are in a fighting mood. Taggart evidently has little faith in the hartnoflv statements. In his latest .speech, Judge Parker pants to Cleveland's administration zb an admirable model. How does that strike Marshall county demo crats? Judge Parker is perfectly safe 10 declaring for one term. Experience has taught the American people that one democratic administration is all they can ever afford. Thomas E. Watson, populist...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 September 1904

f E?jCJ; EIL,:.- 3 I För Cenuinfe Wilson Beaters I BUCK'S I t Beware of Imitations. 2 v ' ; Ä . You get tickets for They cost you nothing. Call and see. : 4 Ruck's (Rash Hardwarp Leader In Ube T&ribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertisements to appear In TBE TK1B UKS mcjt be in beforeTuesday noon toln urq tnelr appearance in. the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., September 22. 1904. LOCAL NEWS & xwt) Miss Tina Dunham has returned to Chicago, after a visit at her home in Plymouth. Mrs. Enoch Mow, of Rochester visited over Sunday with her sister, Mrs. W. H. Matthew. A horse from the country got scared at an automobile in KendallvilJe and dropped dead In the street. Mrs. Dr. How came down from Lakeville Saturday for a visit of a few days with relatives in this city. Dr. Liorin? was called to see a na- tient in Starke county, about eight miles west of Hibbard, Saturday. Jobn Freymao, of Hammond, visit ed in this city from Saturday until Saturday with her brother Henry...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 September 1904

c x c c t c u :c n ;j c : . fc Opinions of The Married and Si.igte. HE census reports note a considerable decrease, in thf TiTimhM rf Wrthsi nmnnc tVi niti-r rvrm- J I ulatlon of the United States. as formerly. Many who Slo J the event until youth has passed, and for this ana otner reasons tney rareiy nave large iami Xlea, euid very frequently no children at all. Whether this decrease in the number of fruitful mar riages among the American-born population is the fault of the men or the -women has not yet been determined, but very probably it is the fault of both if fault it be. The bachelor maid is becoming as prominent a feature in our social life as the bachelor man, and she has many apolo gists. But those arguments which are advanced in defense of her position are founded upon nothing noble. They are taken from an epicurean philosophy of pure selfishness, which, if widely adopted, would put en end to the nation. The condition, however, is not so bad yet as to cause alarm. There a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 September 1904

"Why Xed Rescued the Boy. That "vras a brave act!' ejaculated a Boston man, as he -stood on the wharf in a little southern town arc. saw an uld nero plunge unhesitating ly Into the deepest water to save a very small boy who had stumbled and fallen from some piling. "A brave act and he Is a hero, no matter how black the skin he wears!" The Bostonlan was foremost in the Croup that gathered about Uncle Ned ivhenhe climbed back on the deck with the rescued lad. ' , "Your son is it, old man?" he quer ied. "Or perhaps only your grand son?" There was very fervent admiration In the down easterns tones as he put the question. "Xo, suh; no, sun," gurgled Uncle Ned. "Dat li'l rascal ain't no kinnery er mine.". "Then it was all the braver," ex claimed the interrogator, positively baring his head out of respect for the old man's high-born courage. "Huh," sputtered the hero, "you sho' don't think I'se durn fool 'nough to let dat boy drown when he's got every speck er my fish ?ait in his pocket?" ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 September 1904

I enjoyed good health uutil about two year ago when I noticed ray back began to ache fre quently; it became sore and lame, and headache soon added to my misery: also found that my general health diminished. - X became thin ana weak and nervous, having sve pains at regu lar intervals," writes Mrs. Aigustus Emory, Treasurer New Century Club, 34 dean Street (Roxbary), Boston, Mass. She continues : " My work w aich before had seemed an easy task toon. seemed like a heavy burden. X decided to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, which several of my friends praised 0 highly. I felt relief within a week, my appetite came back, the pains gradually decreased and I enjoyed sound sleep. Within fourteen weeks I had completely recovered my health. X seemed built up anew, my pulse, which had been weak became nor mal, and new life animated my entire being. I gladly endorse your mediane." Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription restores weak and sick women to sound health, by curing the local woma...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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