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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 27 October 1904

1 WWC-g'-V. ,i--.--vf- f .J Vi J "I ,!). 1 A i : i ) I 3 j -4 i Detter Than Cpantlc-. Epanklnc does not cor children f nrme dificoIÜeT. If it did tfcere would be few children that would do it. There is-a constitutional cause for tXI. Mr. M. Sammers. Box 420, Notre Dome. Ind.. mil send her homo treatment to anj toother. Sbe asks no money. Write her to-day if ycur chiKlren trouble you in this way. Don't blame the child. The chance are it caa't hel it The Girth or Man increasing. An excellent illustration of the ?aln of records has been afforded lately re garding the question of physical degen eracy. A firm In the north of England has compared the measurements for clothing made two generations ago with those of to-day, the results going to show that chest and hip measure ments are now three inches on the av erage more than they were sixty years go. The same conclusion is reached by the experience of the ready-made clothiers. These facts, whatever may be their generality, do not quite d...

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. — 27 October 1904

Courage is a matter of the Blood. 5 V -vv...?Tl ADDITIONAL LOCAL thin It is and and all Without grood red blood a zaan has a weak heart and poor nerves. Anemia means ness of blood. common in'men younsr women those who work indoors. who do not g-et enough outdoor air and gpod oxygen in their lung's. There are too many white blood corpuscles in such cases, and there is often a peculiar sound in the heart, called a murmur, in cases of anemia. This heart murmur is caused by thfnness of the blood passing: through the heart. The murmur of anemia disappears when the blood regains its natural consistency and richness. It is not heart disease. Sometimes people suffer intense pain over the heart, which is not heart disea, but caused by the stomach. It is the occasion of much anxiety, alarm and suffering-, for which its victim is dep indent upon reflex disturbances from the stomach caused by indigestion. In the samr. way many bad coughs are dependent upcn these reflex disturbances of what is c...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 November 1904

RIBUN I) '( i VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1904. NO-5 LYMOUTM 4 t it ;"1 H s 1 j r 4 't v i : 4 I .1 I 1 l ONCE' AGAIN Why Peterson Gannot Vote For Parker and Davis. Ft. Wayne Ind. Oct. 22. Editor Tribune:- Kot believing that I was "fully" answered in the Independent of Oct. 14, by quoting from Mr. Bryan's Indianapolis speech (the same being used here at Princess Kink and which I had the pleas ure of listening to) I will again state why. Mr. Metsker says; "The truth is that Parker was nominated by more than two thirds of the dele gates of the loyal democracy." In reply 1 will say that it is not necessary to go outside the loth district to prove that gag and gavel rule was the two-thirds Joyal democracy that nominated Parker at the St. Louis; conven tion the same tactics used in other districts and states to ac complish the desired end. That these are facts cannot be success fully denied even for the sake of party, and while no man can respect and think more of M...

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. — 3 November 1904

THE PLYinR!&UNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q. CO.. - - Pvblishers. 1904 NOVEMBER. 1904 - ßu Mo Tu We Th Fr 3i o 1 2 3 45 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 o o $ 30th. 7th. S) th. 22nd. PANOR .MA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides and Conditions of Things re Shown. Nothing- Overlooked to make it Complete.. Bis Building Collapsed. With a terrific crash the building occu pied by the Continental Saving bank, at No. 19 Madison street, Memphis, Tenn., coil apsed, burying a number of persona in the wreckage. So far as known only one person, a negro saloon porter, remains un der the debris. The other rictims were quickly rescued by the fire and police de partments. Joseph Fischer, a tailor, who had a shop in the building, is the only per son known to have received serious injuries. He was badly mashed about the body, but will recover. That many people were not killed is almost miraculous. The building, which was ...

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

oüßd by a Spell XJ- . CHAPTER XVIII. Continued.) While he "spoke, be waa writing on a slip of paper, which he folded and hand ed to the visitor. ,' .', e "Shall I not require the document I fare you .as. an introduction to the par ty?" insinuated the gentleman. ... ."Not. at all. The paper you haveln your hand will be sufficient introduction. Good morning!" , In another miaute Mr. Montgomery was descending the dingy staircase. "Just the same as of old," he muttered; ha.rd as nails not to be moved. Awk ward their sticking to that bit of ppper not that it is ever likely to be found out. They did not half believe iri it. But, cunning as . they are, they ar done they did not suspect me. How famil iar this old ramshackle place looks to me, although 'tis many a year since I saw It last. Its mouldy vails suggest no very agreeable retrospect." ' While he was thus muttering his thoughts, he left the building and passed out of the court Into the open thorough fare. Then ht opened the paper th...

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. — 3 November 1904

I LL. a;v -Art l.Jfco.4 1 1 i 4 J t -.1 i . i f 1 tlbe Gdburie. - BattUUbeä October 10, 1S91. Oitlj Republican Newspaper larh. Comty. HENDRICKS & CO., PublisÄkes. OFFICE BlMell Building, Corner LaPorte . ad Center ötrtet. Telephone No. 27. ' - Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indi ana, aa eoond-jJ 8 mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., November 3, 1904. Cornty Ticket. For OoutntP, 13th District, ABRAHAM L. BRICK. Fur State Senator, JOHN V. PARKS. For Pro-ecotlng Attorney, fcAMUL J. IlAYEä. For Representative, DR.E. E. PARKER. For Treasurer, JONES GRANT. For Sheriff, MONROE STEINER. For Recorder. ALVA L PORTER. - For Surveyor, JDAVID E. VANVAOTOR. For Coroner, PR. R. C. STKPUEN?. For Commissioner 2nd JMstrlct, WILLIAM BE ATT V. Fo Commissioner 3d District, WILLIAM L. YANTISS. Township TrcXetj. CENTER For Trustee FRED CORsE. For Assessor El.l HHFHEB. Tuesday, November 8tn, be at the polls early; see tbat your neighbor is there likewise, and Tote for Roosevelt and Fairbanks. The voic...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 November 1904

Gall and See. Buck's Cash Hardware Leader In Low Prices. ll See Special Bargain XLbe ZEribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisement tu appear In TUE TKIB CM2 mcjt be In before Tuesday noon to In ure ttxelr appearance In the Issue' of that week. Plymouth, Ind., November 3, 1904. LOCAL NEWS & t Congressman Urick will speak at Waikertcn Thursday evenln g. A. B. Perkins, of Bourbon, is spend ing a lew weeks In this city with his son, Frank. Mrs. Henry J. Mitchell of Elkhart, has been visiting relatlves-and friends in Plymouth for a few days. K. E. Cox and wife of Bourbon, re turned Friday from a visit of five days at the St, Louis exposition. Samuel Med bourn has erected a nice residence at Culver which will be ready for occupancy in a few weeks. Chester Hall of Tippecanoe town ship, one of our best and most reliable subscribers was a Plymouth visit or Saturday. Mis. Samuel A. Garn and little son of West township, have returned from a visit of two weeks with relatives at S...

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. — 3 November 1904

millions to one. C J., In National Tri buna. Ll..LLj.J..f..li..l My regiment brought up In front of Petersburg Juno 16, 18S4. The next day we charged the rebel lines and carried a strong line of earthworks; but, from lack of ammunition we were compelled to abandon the works, and fall bacfc. Undoubtedly we would have held the works . had not our captain Jumped upon the works and yell We are out of ammunition." 1 rebels heard this and charged us from the works; and, had not a supply of ammunition arrived Just as It did, we wxmld hare suffered a great defeat. June IS and 19 were spent In picketing the field. June 20, with a good supply of ammunition, we again advanced our lines, and not enly took possession of their works, but advanced through the outer edge at a strip of woods, where we built a strong line of earthworks. The major part of our regiment oc cupied these works while the remain der advanced and established our pick et line along the railroad. Our pits were made in the emba...

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. — 3 November 1904

New TraJo Serric, Chloaaro to St. Loa is. The Chicago & Easttrn Illinois Rail road now runs night and day trains to the Exposition City, which represent the highest type of railroad construc tion. When yon go to the World's Fair, be sure your ticket is made good oyer this line, and you will enjoy every mile of the sh rt trip. Your local lcket agent will gladly make your tlcl.et good thla way If you request it. A Touching AppeaL "Madam, said the tramp as he held out his hat to a lady who passed, "please help a poor man to get a bite to ea." 'Not me," replied the lady, as she "sized him up: "you have been drinking. True, lady," answered the hobo, "but I'ra sot to aat occasionally, just the same." He Obeyed Order. "What's ttii creditors of the police!" exclaimed the editor as he glanced at the copy. "Who told you to write them up?" "Ton did, sir, replied the new re porter. "Iont you remember telling me to find out all I could about the copper trustr Airs. Fairbanks It: 3 howne glee...

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. — 3 November 1904

A nOTHER'S LOVE. A mother's love is so divine that the roughest man can- not help but appre- ciaic it as me crown of womanhood. However, Mother- hood is looked for ward to with feelings of great dread by al most all women. At sucn times a worn- J peptic, irritable. VSyJC0 J and she is in need (rCr VyVl of a uterine tonic and nervine, a strength btilder to fit her for the ordeal. No matter how healthy or strong' a woman may be she cannot help but be benefited by taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription 10 prepare tor tne event. This is what one mother says: ' "With a heart overflowing with gratitude I will endeaTor to write you. It is nearly two years ago tince I first wrote to yon for advice regarding my health which was then very bad," writes Mrs. L. Poore. of Hinesdale. Kv.. to Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting surgeon of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y. "I have described my sufferings in other a A t a letters 10 you. Alter receiving your aavice ana t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 November 1904

PLYMOU TT a Office feba. VOLUME IY PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1904. NO.O HP- JUL JX ?ecoder'i ü In . t ii 5 V i - - i i vi II President Theodore Roosevelt. Is a republican; he inherited the traditions of an established family in New York; acquired an academic training at Harvard in Mpssachusetts; gained health, courage, and a knowledge of the elemental forces in men on a frontier ranch in the west; learn ed politics in the New York state legislature; learned administra tion as police commissioner in New York City; got an acquaint ance with the federal govern ment as civil service commis sioner in Washington; helped to prepare the country for the war with Spain as assistant secre tary of the navy; went to Cuba during the Spanish war as a cavalry officer; enlarged his po litical experience by becoming governor of New York; was shuffled into the vice presidenoy by politicans who felt that he was not safe; has written many books, including the standard work on the "Winning ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 November 1904

THE PlYAIOÜTOÜNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HEKDRICKS CO.rTT Publishers. 1904 NOVEMBER. 1904 Su Mo TujWe Th Fr S 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 00 0000 (TU Q. TN N. M. 7 F M M 30-h- 7th. y 14th. s.22nd. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides and Condition of Thing are Shown. Nothing Overlooked to make it Complete. Wikl Scene in French Chamber of Deputies. . A dispatch from Paris, France, says: The chamber of deputies held a tumultuous session over renewed interpellations on the subject of the policy of War Minister Andre, alleging that he was personally cognizant of the system of spying upon officials. During the time when the minis ter was making his reply there was a scene of intense confusion. lie said that during the Dreyfus alTair some officers participated la manifestations against President Loubet and he cited other instances showing intol erance and lack of discipline among officers. The minister further de...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 November 1904

i ,1.1 .1.1 1 goiind CHAPTER XX Continued.) Montgomery did take some dinner, keepiDi cp a running fire of sarcasm all 'the time, which greatly disconcerted his tost, but affected Judith not at all; for ehe felt convinced that he had some sub ject of mutual interest in view, or he would Lot be there. "Now," said Montgomery, after he had pot himself into a more genial mood, "suppose we proceed to business; for I trues that you begin to thiuk I am not here altogether for' pleasure, much as I love jou. Hut, ah! I forgot; you are too pious to transact business on a Sun day!" "There are exceptions to all rules, you know," grinned his host. "That is to say, you don't object to business when anything's to be got by It m any day. This is your adver- tlseient. isn't it?" he went on. with a saddm change of tone, and producing a newHflapci from his pocket. A look of eager interest came into Judith's face, and her father began to brighten tp as he answered, "Yes." "Very well, then; I know where ...

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. — 10 November 1904

TLbe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. -O ily Eeyubllcan Newspaper In th County. fT FN'DRICKS & CO., PUBL1SWU3. Ulf ICE Bissel! Hullltnjr, Comer LnVortt a od Centtir Streets. Telephone No. 27. Es-tered tt the poto3ce at riymout'ü, tndl 8.U4, &-i second-class mall matter. Plyrr.cu.h. Ind.. Noverrtcr 10. 1904. BUSINESS CHANGE With ru-xt week's isue of the Ply mouth Tribune a change in the man agement will take place. T.iC paper vrill be publisi ei in the future uuder the firm Dame uf Hendricks & Gil XEsriE. Mr. (jrlüfspie formerly df Case ', 111. having purchased a half interest and will assume entire charge of the editorial and business manage ment uf the Plymouth Trihuue. Mr. Hendricks who was formerly connec ted with the Plvmauth Tribune as sumes charge of thi mechanical de partment. A number of improve ments will be made In tiid near fu ture which will make the Tribune the Jbest equipped plant in northern Indi ana, and the editorial management , will not be excell...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 November 1904

AL JLm m.Lm f.a mJLm mJLm m.-. mM t -L. ..L. OFFICIAL FREE! FREE! This Week Only 56 piece imported China Tea Set will be given away with each Steel or Mal leable Rane sold this week. A large line of all kinds of Steel and AValleable iron Ranges. Only $29.95 for a six hole Aalleab!e Iron Range with high closet and 15 gallon copper reservoir. Every range guaranteed range will do. Call and look Buek?s Cash Hardware 4 Leader In TLhc tribune Hendricks & co Publishers. Adrertisements to appear In THE TKIIi UNE meat be I beforeTuesday noon toln liie tbetr aypearapie In the Issue ofthat week. Plymouth', Ind, November 10. 1904. LOCAL NEWS $ Ik Dry goot's, shoes, boots and rubbers 10 per cent off at George Eckerts, Linkville.Ind. 13 Miss Lizzie Holloway of Wabash, Is visiting her sister. Miss Emma Hoi loway at Bnghtsfde. Most of the boys who work la out side cities and reside here came home to vote, and some voted who do cot reside here. Albertus Simons is here from Boul- der, Col, fur a ...

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. — 10 November 1904

Two Missouri Towns. "When the presidential struggle be tween Clay and Jackson was at 1U height it is related that a band of emi grants from Kentucky and the then other Western States commenced to settle on the north side of the Missouri River and called their county Clay and the county sest Liberty. At the same time another lot of emi grants from Virginia and ether South ern States pitched their tents on the south side of the Big Muddy and called their county Jackson fend the capital Independence. And so it re mains to this day. Clay stood for lib erty and Jackson for independence. Oak Grove (Mo.) Panner. . Those Newipaper Hints. Foreman We need a few line to block out a column. Rural Editor (wearily) Well. aj King Ed war J has begun wearing old clothes, beoanse they are more comfort able. Perhaps it will start a fashion that you and I caa follow. Bi'st in tne World. v Cream, Ark., Nov. 7. (Special.) Af ter eighteen months' suffering from Epilepsy, Backache and Kidney Com plaint, Mr...

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. — 10 November 1904

I i t V UNCLE SAM "A Rzmsdy That Mas p2 ' Such Endcrsemtits Should (pf!P I FTfNTT) Be In Every Home. UMSßiM Election Returns That Chilian Miners iowerfal. Perhaps the greatest weighl? borne tor any distance on men's backs are the loads of ore brought up from the mines of the Andes by the miner of Chill. Darwin visited a copper mine in a ravine leading from the main range of the Cordilleras, where the work was carried on by such primitive means that, though the mines had been worked In the mountains for at least two centuries, the water was re moved in some by carrying it up snaf is la leather bags on men's backs, j Sir Francis Ilead, when visiting a ; similar mine, found that all the ore was carried up to the surface, a ver- teal climb of 4Ü0 feet, by the miners, tnd that the average weight carried was 230 pounds. This load was not earned up a winding stair, but up . notched trunks of trees, let almost up Ariirht. one touching another. The food of the Chilian miner, ac- cording to D...

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. — 10 November 1904

i . rr- i 1 uotanlcal Plants Soli tin Seent of Lift and DnÜL Recent exoeriments conducted tw most; eminent scientists, prove that light is a great remedial agent; it is essentially Nature's agent. It may be either sun light or electric light, but it has a de cided effect in helping nature to banish disease and restore health. Other scien tific men have proved that oxygen elec trifies the heart and can prolong life. The people on thi3 earth are susceptible to some laws which govern plant life. A plant cannot be successfully gTown in the dark. A man is seldom healthy and strong who lives in the dark or in sunless rooms. After all, Nature's ways are found lo be the best. Nature's remedies are always best for eradicating: disease, and by this we mean a medicine made of roots and herbs. They are assimilated in the stomach and taken up by the blood and are, therefore, the most potent means which can be em ployed for the regaining: of lost health. Dr. R. V. Pierce, consulting; physician to...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 November 1904

7?v -r j- 4 I TTTUT i f t i 1 f recorder's Office feb03 " T VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1904. NO. 7 Mexico Orphans' Home. Good Advice . A New Party. ROOSEVELT AHEAD 92,871 Worst Beaten Nominee. The Socialist Vote. La Follette And The Railroad. TRIBUNE PLYMOU i f ! t4 I ri 5 J I- A letter f rom John F. Apple man, superintendent of the home says: they are all well, the diph theria epidemic having been en tirely stamped out, and children are all in school in the new building and are taught by Miss Elma Ziegler of West township. A clipping from the Peru Re publican signed bv Dr. J. M. Moore sr,ys that on the evening of October 14th a little boy in the home who had been appar ently suffering from a mild case of tonsilitis was found to have diphtheria in a virulent form. Antitoxin was administered to the child at ones, 3,000 units, but it was too late. The child died at 5 o'clock the next morn ing. From this on until the dis ease was known to be under con trol, Drs....

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. — 17 November 1904

' m..M"H. I i 11 HM1HH rill1 ri-1lMtiliM4..;...iMi..i,., 'n!..!.....!..! WfDf TUE PLYjlOülTItlBUNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q CO.. . Publishers. 1904 NOVEMBER. 1904 Su Mo TulWe Th Fr 3i o öl 2 3 4T 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 O 9 - VS 30th. -SV 7th. S) Hth. 22nd. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides and Conditions of Things are Shown. Nothing Overlooked to make it Complete Yonnsr Weber Held for Murder. Adolph Weber of Auburn, Cal., has been placed under arrest, charged with the mur der of his parents, sister and young brother and with having set the family residence on fire afterward to conceal the crime. Weber took his arrest coolly. The arrest took place Immediately after he left the witness stand and after he had reluctantly answered the questions propounded to him by Coroner Shepard, the district attorney and several of the jurymen. The latest theory in the Weber murder case is that the mur...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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