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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 1 December 1904

! m a ") 1 Couldn't See the Harm.1 The proprietor of a lunch cafe la Philadelpma waa greatly agitated the other day to discover a man at one of V the tables feeding a saucer of cream J to a cat. The restaurateur rushed over V and commanded the man with the cat to remove his pet from tfce place. "But 'J. raid for this cream," pussy's owner (protested. "Here's your money back. We can't hav cats eatins here," said the proprietor. The man with the cat couldn't see anything the matter with allowing pussy to feed in the restaurant and said so. "MatterP echoed the proprietor. "Why, man, people have to eat oat of those dishes. "Well, returned the patron In a-surprised tone, "don't you ever wash your dishes?" TEs Pills That Cure F Sick Nerves Mrs. Dora B. Frazier, No. 140 Althea St., Providence, R. I., has been cured of Nervous Prostration by the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills For Pale People. She says: "I suffered for three years and was several times at the point of death. My weight went ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 1 December 1904

u ONE OP DR. CUPID'S PRESCRIPTIOHS. That Love sometimes cote, disease is a fact that has recently been called to the attention of the public by a prominent physician and college professor. In some nervous diseases of women, such as hysteria,, this physician gives instances where women were put in a pleasant frame of mind, were made happy by falling in love, and in consequence were cured of their nervous troubles the weak nervous system toned and stimulated by little Dr. Cupid became strong and vigorous, almost without their knowledge. Many a woman is nervous and irritable, feels dragged down and worn out, for no reason that she can think of. She may be ever so much in love, but Dr. Cupid fails to cure her. In ninety -nine per ctnt. of these cases it is the womanly organism which requires attention; the weak back, dizzy spells and black circles about the eyes, are only symptoms. Go to the source of the trouble and correct the irregularities, the drains on the womanly system and the o...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 December 1904

,.J4 4 ... , ( . I rvv .3. ---X TIT7 VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1 904. vNO.10 :i'f ... o 2 2t 1 r a 1 IFUUYfiWOU 1111 ii iiii m iii ii i i 4 ; ' i i 3 i? 5 t 1) H u 'i i : i ' 1 Ii 'A :! VI u MEETING OF BUS NESS fit tue court House TUursflay Nlflht to ConsiQer new El66tri6 Road. At preTlucslr mnounced ia tht Tribune a meeting of business men and citizens was held in the court house Thursday night to discuss plans and hear propositions from the promoters of tbe Indianapolis, Logansport and South Bend Traction company. The meeting was largely attended and as it progressed a liberal degree of Interst was manifested. Dr. Knott . was called to the chair. S. S. Perly, of South Bend; H. J. Crismond, of Logansport, Judge Swlgartof Logantport and one or two other officers of the road, had come down from South liend on the evening train to be present. These gentlemen were called upon to make a statement of tbe plans and purposes of the company. Mr. Crismond said the his...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 December 1904

the dK t - - s HENDRICKS Q t,. 1904 DECE r r- VI I DENT TO CONG RE (OS V i904 Si THE PRES MESSAGE !- I'M 1 i ; t 3 4 I - 4 t . 3 Su Mo Tu We 0 9 4 5 6 7 11 12 13 14 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 28 O 9 1 2 8 9 15 16 22 23 29 30 G 9 3 10 17 24 31 (TU Q. N. M. "pv P. Q. P. M V; 29th. - -? 6t h. V 14th. -y 22nd. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD. Courts and Crime, Accidents and Fires, Labor and Capital, Orain, Stock and Money Market. A Night and Day Bank Organized in New York City. Impressed by the need for an institution where money may be obtained at any hour, prominent New York financiers and. commercial men have organized the First Niht and Day Hank an 1 afe Deposit Company. The names of men prominent in the business and social world appear in the organization committee and the capital stock of J 250,000 already has been subscribed. The concern also will have a working surplus of $230,000. The plight in which many travelers of wealth often find themselve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 December 1904

I godftd by a Spell 4 CHAPTER XXVII.-Cont nued.) She listened to him without moving a muscle uutil he had finished speaking; then she answered, "Poor, weak fool, I pity you! You may one day know that rengeance is held by a higher power than that of puny man." So solemnly did she speak the words, that for a moment she awed her opponent, and he moved aside without a word, to allow Tr to pass out of the room. "What occasion was there to tell that woman of my past life?" angrily denanded Judith, when Madame Berne had 2 iparted. ' I told her to suit my own purpose," he retorted, in the same tone. And what injury have I ever done to rou, Mr.. Montgomery," I asked, "that rou should seek to be revenged upon ner "You have done me no injury," he aid, averting Lis eyes; "but she hasT "Ih it just to punish me for the faults of others'" I asked. "Has that old tigress gone?" cried Mr. Porter, putting his head in at the door, and looking round. Ocularly satisfied of her disappearance, he bu&am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 December 1904

i f I i r t I i si j I J, It V -rr? .- OUR ÄNNUÄ n J JL re I L J . II I I roV'l r wi n 11. WILL COMMENCE i n I II IP 1 1 y s v fa hrW l IP Öüü t) übt D U ... : I And! Last For 13 Days, Ending Saturday, Dec 4th 0 aas E ARE a little late this year on account of our Loom End Sale just closed. Now this sale, while it is just as important, if not more so, is entirely different from the other. Here are no Loom Ends, no Remnants and nothing- in Short Lengths, but it is a sale to close out at; greatly reduced prices all of our Most Desirable Merchandise. We do this for several reasons. 1st, We always want December to be the banner month of the year in regard to the volume of business. 2nd, We want to help the public to make their dollars go as far as possible so they can make their holiday purchases for as little money as possible. 3d, We want to unload winter goods of all kinds and convert them into ready cash. Now in order to accomplish this end we must make prices as seductive as possibl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 December 1904

i mmi - r i .1 4 p. '. 4 4 ft - i I. ; i j I S"-t f i 3be tribune. K j ;ftn'Uihi October 10, 1901. Cal? 2Uputllo& Newspaper in th. Coumty. M HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, C77ICS BlMell Building, Corner LaPorte l uont.r BUeeu. xeiepnone 110.11. Ensred at the postoflco at Plymouth, Indlua, aa aeeond-clus mall matter. 0 MiPIy:r.tX Ind.r December 8, 1904 uv7 o:hj p,P:Hr e lie in x. . j j ) iTom Witson Is going to start a pa- - psti -He baa contracted the Bryan t Tajgwt precedent. Tbe armera throughout the country ire bird pressed to live up to the -predictions of the crop-forecaster. lit. Rooseielt simply couldn't keep tray from St. Louis after what happened to Missouri on November 8tb, Helen Moore, an actress, followed a can across the continent and induced him to Barry her. She got hers, and he got Hel-en Moore. Geo. KuropatKln now rides In an tatoaobllc. He has concluded to kill the Japs without waisting any . con ammunition. . , k President Baer, of the coal-trust, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 December 1904

tn?noiD Gnrino. Ti toicroscop hows that In the blood of every perooa soCcnnr from typhoid the littl gems cut be found m ahown above. Ty are appoaed to ret into the water or milk we dnak. The ftrms raultiply so that ou rem is capable of producing about oae kuadred trillion germs in twenty-four hours. That is why if they ever f et into the water supply of a town they multiply so fast that nearly everybody driahiax the water comes down with the disease. There are exceptions, however, and they are the persons whose health is perfect, whose blood is pure, and liver active. When the terms ret into a healthy edy they are thrown off with the other poisons. Recent Chicago statistics show that ose-eirhth of all the deaths in the ut two years in that city have resulted eta pneumonia. The best advice we can rive is to put the body into a perfectly sound, healthy Cognition. -Be assured that you have rich, red blood and an active liver. Uany years ago Dr. R. V. Pierce, who is consultimr surgeon t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 December 1904

o Fon O ! ura ftess, Lard Cans, Abet Cutters, ,5 X r.cct Saws, Butcher Knives, Butcher Steck , CO TO k BucCi'g Cacti Hqkwqpg. The ßest line of Up V . be seen at : Leader In ILOT. NEWS 5 T7m. Shear, spent the Saturday -at South (Bend. jlor Fairbanks visited at Argot ßaturday. Law were made for the other fel3ot to oby. Un. 'Grant iH.lne Is. visiting at Bourbon Saturday.'. .; Miss IIa zel Anderson was vialtinf :&t rJoarbon-itarxU7. FOR-SAIE A new" Oliver typewntercill at Tribune office. If U Is -Grace Royce, went t Inwood Ciürtdi? 'trb? re ':'sh,";iHL Tiilt for wrewddays. Mmkp. K. Gayman, wtnttoGrotertown where she wiflVernafri todefl rally. . k ;DutlflIftiKXikf at the people's Drag storibei for Ch'rlstra'ai pre. ents. lv ' 35$7 Connty Glerfc: Jones left 'Iff JTtp 'fcnii'morhiag" where hewiU remain :teveia,5teki. J. Rv Wlnnedge has ioW- bit stbre at Rutland and will more to the Bel)on property About a mile west of this city. : ' ' ' V ; &!rs.'lT4n. Gut went to L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 December 1904

- " 31 MS II REMARKABLE TEST 'APPLIED BY A TEACHES H A LEADING UNTYEESITT. nrarawfn1 TTnna1rMnlnfr. ; I When a child of twelve years I visited. at the house of a lady who prided herself upon her housekeeping, and Vhose neighbors Justly gave her credit . for. a great degree of proficiency in "that department of life, says a writer . In the Housewife. My remembrance e mai visu always Dnngs a tuui, a-u I turn my thonghts as quickly as possible into Knottier channel, even - though I am now middle-aged. ; If aNhiair In any room was left awry It was immediately set straight; If a window shade-was raised od löv$red above or below the regulation line, It was at once put in place. "If by any carelessnesr dirt or litter, however small in quantity,, or harmless. In lis : nature, was to be seen anvWhefe withC tut the limits of that household the lnlr n-t fr th shomo nf the individual "-guilty of such carelessness. .v - jThe husband "was, unfortunately," not in sympathy with the strict' regime I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 December 1904

SM I i s 1 ft I 3 1 i 'A ? 4 it Tai of a CannlbaL " pheasant, after belnjr. killed, taould be kept for at least three weekJ before it la cooked, n said a noted French epicure recently, and then finding that some of his companions were not disposed to agree "vrlth him, he told the following curious rtory: ) Ml was hunting one time in the United States of America, and the nly person with me was a nejrro, who carried my ammunltloL. At first I had good luck, but then game becane scarce, and, as we were a Ions distance from any farm or village, I began to fear tbt we would die ot iunger. Indeed, ve were almost famished when one morning a large bird rose in front of us. Weak as I was I don't know how I managed to shoot him, but I did, and when I took him p I found to my surprise and sorrow that he was a pheasant. Sorry indeed I was, for I had never eaten a pheasant that had not been hanging for at least three weeks, and in spite of my hunger I was not going to begin then.' "But how did yo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 8 December 1904

z v 8 TN. f VIM r.5 1 I ((D) 0 SB! 2$ SK m m 5 1 5i rod 1 (oft VJ f in H I (()) M 5?' ZW SP PI h 1 OA OFF R TUDTY O F 9 i inn I IUI II II 7 R u III 1 It LLx i f i LJ A Wo to B . n or 0 D 0 D D Q 1! GUI A Great Deal in Men's Fine Suits, S 'S O 1 ö i XI CO 3 Mto O 10 w J s Wop. f 'j it ( 6 in; ' I : I. ., 'mm 71:.r !i A IL1K.'IIIU3( k C3. n O o 3 C tl CT) r s C5 Owing to the clearing up at 50c on the dollar of the actual cost to make of the entire balance of Fall and Winter Suits of A. B. Kirschbaum & Co., fine tailors, of Philadelphia, we are offering the Greatest Suit Values ever shown in Plymouth. THE GREATEST MONEY SAVING CHANCE of the Season. These suits comprise Men's Strictly All-Wool Worsteds, Cassimeres, Cheviots and Tweeds, all hand made throughout, broad shoulders, cut in latest style, made to ell at $15.00, $18.00, $2o.oo and $22 oo, in this Great Sale. .$10.00 $12.00, $14.00. One lot of Fancy Cassimere Suits, factory price to make 7.5o, Sale Price $5.00 One lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 December 1904

....... A -nm Turin? PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1904. NO. 11 VOLUME IV .f? HORSE VS AUTOMOBILE CASE OF SKIN GRAFTING ANOTHER CITY COUNCIL MEETING BRIULIANT BOY SHOOTS SWEETHEAR Hflppy YoungMen of Garrett Contribute toRe store an Injured Friend. APPEAL t Railway Watchman Ordinance Amended Requiring Two Watchmen. SUCCESS HOOLIGAN Tragedy Occures at North Manchester Tuasday Night Girl Will Hoover, PLYMOU TUT THyn TT TTT TT YT YTT 11 11 I 1U f aliMiil and Always in Repair- The fact that the horses of Indiana exceed la value the state J worth of all )ther animals combined gives thejie w that the march of the moter car into the public heart has not been so swift as may be generali y considered. In the first place the auto enthusiast is hardly the man to patiently and consistently care for a horse and form that attachment for the steed that is essential to the 'true horseman. While the autoist has gone tooting down the road the horseman has lored his steed just a little bette...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 December 1904

HENDRiCKS & GILLESPIE, Adrertlgtmeots to iper in THE TKIB UNF mct be lo beforeTtiCsday noon to Innre tüeir apptaraDcf in tLt Uue ol tbut eck. Plymouth, Ind., December 15, 1904 . The Russian battleship Paltava has agala been sunk by the Japs guns on 203-Meere Hill. Democrats have been tugging at th President's message for over . week but hate been unable to p'ck . single flaw Id that statesmen-like document. nave you noticed the Incrcsirg attendance at Sundav School as Christmas approaches. t Judje Parker's political career was very breezy but short. It went up like a sky rocket and came dowD like a flying machine. t The country will see an exciting race this winter between congress and the war. Its hard to tell which will be t e more strenuous. . John D. Rockafeller told bis bible class last Sunday that we are all si--uers. Yes, with oil increasing, we sometimes get very, very bad. Tom Watson seems to think it easier and cheaper to construct a new party than it is to mak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 December 1904

TU INI BT Y H TH O) A II EMI r m s Kd w 511 5 s FPOR IQ) v.. IS2 fei i 8R (lift UK toft aft I in ((D) m gl .1 3 11 71 w I SI in m 1 TS. I ! i i i i 7m m 1 w3 25 I (1 I I IvJlii II 1 I n A i nJ S 1 A r S A IS r I nnSrnS IN r i i if wt y rSllrSr rSrS rSrSrS rS ÜuUUUUU u u u ill öfflS fi Woiderhl M (Siiliii lir Lin if Fin liliij Goods ii lir . . d . . Boplor ßtarii Silo of HI il Winter Glotkioi..... A Great Deal in Men's Fine Suits, C cö it: Ö IS O 5 5 in o E o H 4) e a; .' : ',V. " 'v' " V, ' r ' i ' ; ' ' - ' - -----Vi-' - - . - - ---, -x - I ; v. r-- 1 N., 7 tcy:cHT. im. A HKSCHiAl, t CO, Gomprisino all the Latest Novelties Suitable lor Holiday Presents lor Men and Boos. Owing to the clearing up at 50c on the dollar of the actual cost to make of the entire balance of Fall and Winter Suits of A. B. Kirschbaum & Co., fine tailors, of Philadelphia, we are offering the Greatest Suit Values ever shown in Plymouth. THE GREATEST MONEY SAVING CHANCE of the Season. These suits co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 December 1904

TUE PLYPÜ1ÜJRIBUNE PLYMOUTH, IND. CEKDIvICKS O CO.. - - Publishers. 1904 DECEMBER. 1904 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa - I rw - 0 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 31 o 00 o 000 CI Q. (TS N. M. HJ P. Q.sP. M 29th: 6th. jj 14th, v 22nd. FEATURES OF INTE11EST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD, Conrta and Crimes, Accident and Fires Labor and Capital, Grain. Stock and Money Market. A-trfnl Tragedy on Ohio River. Ashland (Ky.) special : Three skiff loads ef nitroglycerine, enroute from near Sistersville to Maysville, Ky., exploded at Cliff Side Park. There were two men in each skiff and but very little is left to tell the tale. Some pieces of flesh and bone were picked up by some boys on the bank, but there Is absolutely nothing to be seen, where the skiffs were but the murky Ohio. Great damage was done to property in Ashland, Catletsburg and Huntington, some buildings having every widow broken. In Ashland several chimneys were ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 December 1904

odmiby a Spell j CHAPTER XXIX. Montgomery was alone. He tried to think oat bis situation; he found it a dlficult task. lie was utterly in Indwell's power. Or.ce in the hands of the police, what would the story he could tell avail against the word of a gentleman? While thus revolving in his rnird his perilous position, he took out hs pipe. Searching in his waistcoat pock' for a match, he felt Rome smooth, hxd substance. It was the locket that Mr. Porter had handed him. and which he had entirely forgotten. His thoughts were too gr?"--ly engaged to give any heed to it -But in taking it out of his pocket, better to catch hold of s match H.a.. eluded his fingers, his gaze fell upon the back, upon which w: engraved the Initials F. B. and E. M.. joined together by a true lovers' knot A cry of astonishment burst from his lips; he took It to the window, minutely examined it, passed h"s hand across his eyes, as though dunbting their evidence. Then, with trembling fingers, h,e tried for the sp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 December 1904

" i " ' i 4 OUR ANNUAL: r 1 J WILL COMMENCE Atumjjat ES' Siffig i ' ! i rm"Vi i j V f i if i r v tsffi&aftf E&C& CI j ÜÖ And Last For 13 Days, Ending Saturday, Dec. 24th. www w E ARE a little late this year on account of our Loom End Sale just closed. Now this sale, while it is just as important, if not more so, is entirely different from the other. Here are no Loom Ends, no Remnants and nothing in Short Lengths, but it is a sale to close out at greatly reduced prices all of our Most Desirable Merchandise We do this for several reasons. 1st, We always want December to be the banner month of the year in regard to the volume of business. 2nd. We want to help the public to make their dollars go as far as possible so they can make their holiday purchases for as little money as possible. 3d, We want to unload winter goods of all kinds and convert them into ready cash. Now in order to accomplish this end we must make prices as seductive as possible in o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 December 1904

1 16 BJkY Before the Spring Wajon, Steel Range, 3 Heating Stoves and 25 other articles are to be given away FREE! FREE! FREE! -5 Buy your Christma Presents i 1 hey Cost ful Ghrls'mas Presents Pocket Knives, Shears and Scissors, Razor, Strops, Carving Sets, Shot Guns and Ammu. nition, Ranges and Washing Machines, Skates and Nickle Plated Ware. CALL AND SEE, r4 Buck's Gash Hardware f Leader In übe TTribune. Established October 10. 191)1. Oul Republican Newspaper In th Cooaty. HENDRICKS & QILLESPIE, OFrlLE Bisseil Buildtnfr, Corner La Porte and Center streets. Telephone No. 2". Entered at the po-tofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind.. December 15, 1904, & LOCAL NEWS : Mrs. Henry Cripeis on the sick .ist. Rev. Y. S. Howard' has returned from Elkbart: Prof. Frank of So:ub Bend transacted business in this city Tuesday. Miss Rose Tasche r has returned from a few days visit at Misbawaka. Watch for it, wait for it, our big premium of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 December 1904

c Of"sssrwrf"-- c 4k fr .r r ; Opinions of Fewer Men Teachers. A TTENTION has been called to the port of the United States Commissioner of Educa tion regarding common schools shows that there has been a marked diminution in the teachers in thoe institutions. It is asserted that while the masculkie instructors formed more than forty-two per cent of the whole Ja 1SS0, they now number only about tuenty-six per cent, lioughly speaking, there are three female teachers for every male teacher in the common schools throughout the country. 1 It is not especially difficult to understand the probable causes for this change. One of them is undoubtedly the rapid industrial growth of the nation making it far more profitable for young men of Intelligence and ambition to seek fields of employment in which compensation was not nly greater, but where there was a prospect that it would Increase as the worker proved his worth and acquired more skill. A question less easily answered is whether it is bet...

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