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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 November 1904

I göütid by a Spell jjj o CHAPTER XXII. Continued.) He left me, Several minutes elapsed, Wd he did not return. I was becoming pneasy at my absence from my compan ions. Then I heard the curtain fall. I was just going to leave, when Mr. Montgomery came up to me again, dress id for the street. "I can't find it now, Silas; I will bring It home with me and you can do it to morrow." Vexed and annoyed at this trifling, I ran round to the front of the house. But to re-enter the pit was impossible. The people were crowding out in one iense stream; so I was obliged to stand iside until my companions- should ap pear, or until the passage was suffl tlently cleared for me to go back to leek them. I had not stood there many seconds before I saw Mrs. Wilson forcing her ilf through the crowd, and looking wild ly aboiTt her. She caught sight of me in in instant. "Where is Clara?" she cried, gasping tot fcreath. "I hare lost .her in the trowd. Some men pushed between us, and separated her from me; an...

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. — 17 November 1904

uiDiAim. eilte piscä-sd nuinaet rsoc I. -J Qbe tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Oaly Republican Newspaper in the Couaty. HENDRICK5 & GILLESPIE, OFFICE Bisseil Building, Corner LuForte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mail matter. Plymouth, Ind., November 17, 1904 Notice. With this issue the Dally and "Weekly Tribune pass to the man. agementof Hendricks and Gillespie, with F. L. Gillespie managing editor. The policy of the paper will continue as herttofore, ever advocating repub lican principles, and will stand for all that is good po'itlcally and socially. Farther than this we make no prom ises as to the future but will strive to give. the people of .Plymouth and Mar shall county a paper worthy their sup port and patronage. Yours Raspectfully, Hendricks & Gillesfie. BepuMican landslide proves that President Roosevelt was himself the sole issue of the campaign. Roosevelt has 343 electoral votes. Parke...

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. — 17 November 1904

s J 1 1 -FOfr t Lard Presses, Lard Meat Saws, Butcher GO Buck's Cash t J The Best Line of Up-to-Date Stoves can be seen at f IT 15 O U IUI hiKliTirvrA 5 4 Leader In XEbe Tribune, HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, Advertisements to appear in THE TK1B UKE mcit be in beforeTuesday noon to in ure tnelr appearance in the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., November 17. 1904. LOCAL NEWS & I Charles Fogel left for liradord. Pennsylvania Thursday to remain fecmanently. Dry goods,' shoes, boots and rubbers 10 per cent off at George Eckerts, Linkville. Ind. 6t3 S. B. Yoder of Bourbon township, is one of the happy republicans who visited Plymouth Thursday. Plymouth and Center township, and democrats say tfcey are glad of it. Mrs. John.W. Thomas and f her niece Miss Sadie Thomas, have gone to Warsaw for a visit of a week with Mrs. Brewer. ' Polk seems to be the banner town ship cf the county; in addition to el ecting J. M. Schroeöer trustee by 107 majority it gave Roosevelt a majority or eo, a rep...

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. — 17 November 1904

UNCLE JAKE'S THANKSGIVING There's a lot folks they say th. V s a-hold-In op to-day Sereral mercies that they onlj Jnst hay found ; There' a river fall o tbanfcs that's a-bust-In' of is banks. And a-Inu-datia all de country round. Dar'a a lot o' folks I fear that's attracted by de cheer, An' is thankln' llie dey never thanked before; An there's lots o fervent pra'rs like de tickets fn de cars Good fur dls yer one day only an no more. Ixn a-froln to make dls day ort of up an ci'r de way Fur a reg-lar thari-processlon thro' de veah; So Til ort o' et me 2own 'fore de odder folks la roan, An'll undertake to viw my mercies clean. Here's dls rheumatls'; I s'pose It's a bless in In repose. Fur I'm happy when It Isn't to be foun'j Hcst've ketched it from de moon In de sea eon of de coon; An I s'pose o' co'se de Lawd was watch in roun. Here's dls bullet in my knee; 'twan't by no request o me, But It cured from de nights I used to roam: An I thiak In that affair, dat de Lawd was surely there; ...

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. — 17 November 1904

1 s F THE PILLS THAT, CURE RHEUMATISM Mrs. Henry Story, of No. 532 Muskingdum Avc Zanes villc, Ohio, says: "My husband suffered from rheumatism so that he could hardly stand. His back hurt and he had such pain in his left arm that he could not rest night or day. The doctor did him no good and it was not until he tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills that he was helped. Six boxes cured him completely and he has not had an ache or a pain since. We think the pills are the best medicine in the world." Dr.Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People cure rheumatism because they make new blood. It would be folly not to try a remedy with such a convincing record of cures. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. SGL? t It Ccret Cold, Coashg, Sore Throat, Croup, Infla I uz. Whooping Cough, Bronchitis and Arthma. A certain cure ror consumption m nrsi iuji, nd a iure relief in adranced tage. Cse at one. You mil see the excelled effect after taxing t&t first dose. Sold by det er everywhere Large beule S5 cents and 60 ceat...

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. — 17 November 1904

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Col. O. n. P. BaiJey, now residing m Lathrop Califoruia, sent his old friend, C. IT. Wilcox, several Califor nia papers this week that contain fine pictures of prominent men, factors in local and national politics. II. L. King, or Smithfield township, DaKalb county, will probably always remember Tuesday, soremberS, 1904. It was the twenty-first anniversary of his birth; he cast his first vote and was united in marriage to Mhs Mary Hess on that day. prowl "When the butter won't come put a penny in the churn," is an old time dairy proverb. It often seems to work though no one, has ever told why. When mothers are worried because the children do net gain strength and flesh we say give them Scott's Emul sion. It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it. Scott's Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachs. Children take to it naturally because ...

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. — 24 November 1904

feb03 ID LYMOUTH VOLUME 1Y PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1904. NO. 8 HEW MEMBER OF LEAGUE LEGISLATORS FOR LANDIS SURVEYORS MILLER JUST WAITING AT WORK Recorded Office TRIBUNE IHK PlyiiiiMD Admitted To Municipal League. Plymouth is now a member of the state Municipal League of the state of Indiana. This action was taken Thursday at the an nual session of the League now being held at South Bend. The object of the League is for city officers and representative citi zens to meet annually and dis cuss plans and laws that will aid in advancing the interests of the various cities that are members of the League. Plymouth was represented by City attorney Lauer, councilmer Cole, Locher and Hahn, Suipt. Eich of the water works and Engineer But ler. Representatives from many Indiana cities were present and the exchange of views and ideas proved very interesting and prof itable. The discussion of the paving law applying to cities of 10,000 and less required consid erable attention and ...

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. — 24 November 1904

THE ' PLYWIH.TRISÜNE PLYMOUTH, IND. DENDRICXS d CO.. . - Pvblishcrs. 1804 NOVEMBER, 1904 Su Mo TulWe Th Fr S 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 4 O O O O S 30th. 7th. V 14th. 22nd. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All SIdee and Conditions of Thlng-a are Shown. Nothing Overlooked to make it Complete. Unwortliy Men are Dismissed. Henry Bloecker, local inspector of steam ressela at Grand Haven, Mich., and James W. Nicholson, local inspector of steam boilers at Norfolk, Va., were dismissed from the service by the secretary of com merce and labor. The charge against Bloecker waa that he inspected a small steam yacht, the Julia, at Spring Lake, Mich., although she was aground, partly filled with water, and in no sense a proper object of Inspection. In connection with this case, the department calls attention to the report of the Slocum con .mission which denounces as vicious the present salary system, which ...

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. — 24 November 1904

f oüßd fay a Spell I - : i I J 1 I ! --V CH AFTER XXIV.- Continued.) He turned aside, and reaalned silent for some seconds. When m xt he spoke It was in altered tones. "Ti ll me what you want? I it money?" "Money!" she cried. "Money from you! Look here," and 6he tore open a lady's reticule that lay upon the table; "there are the two hundred dollars you sent me enclosed in your farewell letter; look what I do with them!" And she tore them icto shreds. "Here are the presents you gave me; see what I do with them!" And she took out some trinkets, and crushed them beneath her feet "Now will you ask me if it is money I want of you?" Her face was something awful to look upon in its deathly pallor, and convuj sive quivering, and those glaring eyes. That man, with aJl his Iron will, quailed before her. "What do you want, then? " "Respect, and I will hav tt Let me refresh your memory. You jound me in a traveling show. I vas a mere child then, possessed ot a ttange power over certain minds a p...

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. — 24 November 1904

tEbe tribune. Established October iO. 1901. Oalj Republican News-paper In the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OfrlCB Bisaell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mall ma.ter. Plymouth, Ind., November 24 1904 There-election of Bevendge, though a matter of course, will be hailed with immense satisfaction in Icdiana and all over the union May the leg islature be equally fortunate in find ins another senator. LsGrange Standard. Senator Parks majority in the dis trict composed of Marshall and Kos cluske counties was 1,300 a most flat tering complimentary to a worthy re presentative. Indianapolis lndepen dent. Appearances indicate that the Pres ident iotends to have a cabinet of com paratively young men. The rumor that Senator Spooner would be made Attorney General may be disposed of by the fact that that position has been offered to Ex-Governor Black of New York. But as his law practice is worth...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 November 1904

Ä. FOR A , Lard Presses, Lard Cans, Aeat Cutters, 4. Meat Saws, Butcher Knives, Butcher Steels f, co to a. I Buck's Cash Hardware. : The Best Line of Up-to-Date Stoves can be seen at t Buck's Cash Hardware Leader In be TObune, . HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, T drenlaementB to appear In TBE TKIB UJiE mcjt be lo before Tuesday noon to In ure tnetr appearance In the issue of that week. ' Plymouth, Ind., November 24 1904. I & LOCAL NEWSÄ-f And still they are explaining bow it happened. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Carljle have ; moved to Culver. ' Mrs. Mary Swihart of Teegarden, went to Frankfort to visit relatives. The total paid admissions to the World's Fair to date is about 18,000, 000. A marriage license was . issued Thursday to Laertes C. Murphy and Myrtle A. White. Daniel McDonald will be the only democratic official at Indianapolis from the 13th district. G rover Cleyland's unKind referen ces to the restless rieb indicate thatj be is too fat to dodge automobiles. All of tbe newly elected ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 24 November 1904

SOLDIERS AT HOME. THEY TELL SOME INTERESTING ANECDOTES OF THE WAR. How the Boy of Both Armies Whlled Away Life in Camp Foraginc Ex periencee, Tlreon.i Marches Thr 11 Uns Scenes en the Battlefield. "The Russians and the Japs on the Shakhe," said the doctor, "seemed for a few days to be getting quite socia ble. At least, they were close enough to each other to be sociable if such fellows ever are sociable. Close as they were, however, they couldn't have the fun we had in the old time, because they don't speak the same language or read the same papers. And then it is a mistake to say that no two great armies ever remained in such proximity before for so many days without fighting. The Army of the Cumberland and Bragg's Limy re mained, after the battle of Chlcka xnauga, in easy speaking distance for several weeks. "After the heavy fighting at Chick amauga Rosecrans army, as every body knows, withdrew to Chattanoo ga, while the Confederate army closed up around it on three sides. But onl...

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. — 24 November 1904

GOV UsesPe-ru-na For Colds and r i - -. ,Vf mT3EPI y L n W TPS ( - b-v i?' -Wim i:t The Magnificent State Capitol Building at Salem, Oregon. PRAISE FROM THE EX-QOVERNOR OF OREGON. PERUNA is known from the Atlantic to the Pacific Letters of congratu lation and commendation testifying to the merits of Peruna as a catarrh remedy are pouring in from every State of the Union. Dr Hartmm Is recemng hundreds of rach letters .daily. All classes write the, letters, from the highest to the lowest. The outdoor laborer, the indoor arti san, the clerk, the editor, the statesman, the preacher all agree that Peruna is the catarrh remedy of the age. The stage and rostrum, recognizing catarrh as their greatest enemy are es pecially enthusiastic in their praise and testimony. Any man who wishes perfect health must be entirely free from catarrh. Ca tarrh is well-nigh universal; almost omnipresent. Peruna is the only absolute safeguard known. A cold is the beginning of ca tarrh. To prevent colds, to cur...

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. — 24 November 1904

The Secret of Long Life und How to Overcome Waste, To nKnow thyself,9 is to take advantage of life's secrets and equip one's self with an tnnor which will successfully resist the attack of disease in the battle of life. The old idea of fate or kismet," and that a person al ways dk-s when his time comes, is now exploded. Every mechanism, wheth er made by God or man, has a definite amount of wear and its life can be lengthened or shortened accord ing: to the care that is given it. If ac cident or careless ness destroys the works of the watch or the human mechanism an end comes to its usefulness, but it has not actually mwom out." Man's system at times gets rusty like the wheels of the watch and only needs a little cleaning and oiling to put it in shape for life's battles. An imitation of nature's method of re storing waste of tissue and impoverish ment of the blood and nervous force is used when you take an alterative extract of herbs and roots, without the use of alco hol, like Dr. P...

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. — 1 December 1904

s .rgyi'ytr,-,- v4;-,.-i PLYMOUTH BUNE TH Recorder's Office feb03 -i i PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1; 1904. NO. 9 VOLUME IV ,3 f 1 , i , i v : r.'i - ... - i s i ! 1 W 1: i i i' If 4 if 4 ' I J . i - i DROUTH KILLING WHEAT Farmers Fear the Bad Effects of the Present Pleasant Weather. The prevailing drouth in this section is becoming a source of great worry to hundreds of farm ers, "who fear the effects will be disastrous on the wheat yield of 1905 and produce another total failure, such as was experienced last summer. There has been no rain of consequence for over six weeks and the situatior is becoming alarming. The earth has be come so dry that late wheat is exposed to the ravages of the raw winds, in some instances the roots being laid bare. Not in manv. many years has there been such a dry fall. No hope is held out for immediate relief. Farmers have been anx iously awaiting rain for several weeks and now they begin to ful- ly realize the gravity of the situ- ation. Shou...

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. — 1 December 1904

THE PLYMJlinRIßUNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS QL CO.. Publishers. 1904 DECEMBER. 1904 Su Mo Tu We Tlx Fr Si 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 3C-1 31 o o o o o o o TL. Q.C. M.-JV F. Q.F. M $ 29th. 6th. jy 14th. g 22nd. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD. , Conrta and Crimes Accident and Fires Labor and Capital Grain Stock and Money Markets. Train Rolled Down an Embankment. Thirty-five persons were injured by the derailment of passenger train No. 4 on the Mobile & Ohio Railway, one mile east of Columbus, Miss. The injuries of none, it Is thought, will prove fatal. The place where the wreck occurred is on a perfectly straight track, on an embankment twenty feet high on both sides. No definite ex planation has j et been given as to the cause of the accident. The combined bag gage and express car rolled down the em bankment and the other two coaches, both passengers, were torn loose rnd fell down to th...

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. — 1 December 1904

goüfid by CHAPTER XXV. (Continued.) "One day he asked permisriou to take me with him to see the horticultural show, at Bury. I did not wish to go. I always had a strange feeling, almost amounting to a dread, of being left alone with him; but I would not haTe men tioned it for the world. Grandfather, however, thinking that it would please me, gave a ready assent. 'In the exhibition we met a very dis agreeable looking old lady, who was in troduced to me as Mrs. Humphries, and who invited us home to dine with her. She was accompanied by a young lady, with remarkably red hiir, and strange looking eyes, whom she called Judith. "We went. Cousin John and I, home with them to a large brick house in a retired part of the town. After dinner Cousin John and ihn young lady, whom he called Miss Forter, began to talk about mesmerism. I had never heard of It before did not know the meaning of the word. Suddenly she turned to me, and asked me how I should like to be mesmerized. I answered that 1 di...

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. — 1 December 1904

LAUER & Zbc tribune.' EaUbllshed October It). 1901. Oalj Republican Newspaper In th Coaaty. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFrlCE Blssell Building, Corner LftPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indi- ana, as seoond-olass mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., December 1, 19C4. RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR. Imoerial headquarters In Tok'o an nounces that the Japauese have cap tured the crests, glaces and counter Sharps of th3 foris on Sungshu and neighboring heights at Port Arthur, but that time for the final charge has not come. Reports reach St. Petersburg that the Japanese force south of Mukden is inrerior to the Russian army, and an advance by Kouropatkin is expected. What lias become of Tom Taggart? The annual Chicago live stock show opened vsith 6,000 fine horses, cattle, sheep and swine. A Chicago murderer was caught while rleeine by reason of the red necKtie which he wore. If he cheets the eallows. he will know better than to wear red neckties next t...

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. — 1 December 1904

FOR : 5 Lard Presses, Lard Cans, Meat Gutters, j i Meat Saws, Butcher KnivesV Butcher Steels 4 4 -CO TO- I Buck's Cash Hardware. f t2. The Best Line of Up-to-Date Stoves can be seen at Buck's Cash Hardware Leader In Low Prices. 4 4 be Uribune, HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, AdTertisetuents to appealn TUE TKIB Uftfi mcit be in before Tuesuy noon to ln vre tbetr appeamDct: In the Issue oftbat week. Plymouth, Ind., December 1, 1904 I LOCAL NEWS & f A revival meeting will commence at the Methodist" church January 1st. Mrs. Seymo're Hodges went to La paz today to visit for several days. m Xrs. K Myers of Kokomo, who has been visiting here returned home Sat urday. V r- ' Miss Stella Windblgler went to Bourbon where she will visit fur sev eral days. Miss Pearl Winings has returned to Marion after visiting her parents in this clzy. Chester Rech I el of Culver has re turned home after visiting in this city a tew days. Mr. and Mrs. Cnarles H. Wallace returned Friday from a few davs' visit at ...

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. — 1 December 1904

c u h 51 urn n t V V V V V V V Qoinions of r IMJti Cheap Preachers Make Cheap Churches. ÖT a recent church conference, held in one of the Westen States, it developed that several ot the ministers received less than $300 a year each. A few were paid $150, while one was struggling to save on a salary of $120 a year. In the light of these dis closures the frequently deplored scarcity of ministers is ftot so much of a mystery as some have considered it i.dded to the terrors of the donation party, such niggardly talaries are enough to deter the bravest man from entering the ministry. Men capable of being preachers cau earn more in almost any other vocation, and no man who is not capable is fit p preach the gospel. - It is possible, of course, that some of these poorly paid clergymen receive all their services are torth. In such cases the church and the community would i better off if they were to put their talents to some other Bsa. The church cannot thrive upon cheap preaching, any pore...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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