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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 December 1904

THE OLD FOLKS AT HOLTE Aro Never Without Pe-ru-na in the Homo for Catarrhal Diseases. if ? I WMf m f Crtrrm msmmmi IRand MB! Ih depend ej5ce, TIPRemarkable Cures Effected By, Pe-ru-na Under date of January' 10, 1807, Dr. Hartman received the following letter: "My wift"ha beena sufferer from a complication of diseases for the past twenty-Sve years. Her case has baffled the skill of some of the most noted physicians. One of her worst troubles was chronic constipation of several years' standing. She was also passing throuph that most critical period in the life of a woman change of life. ln June' 1895. I wrote to you about her case. You advised a course of Peruna ' and Manalin, which we at once com-, menced. and hare to say it completely cured her. "About the same time I wrote you about my own case of catarrh, which had been of twenty-fiTe years' standing. At times I was almost past going. . f commenced to use Peruna according to your instructions and continued its use tor about a year...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 December 1904

i rnn .ni ft r i U 11 f. a i v iii . i5 & iü ü ti ii ! xii ü Üi ü iü iü .iü iü h öl fifi In ÜD i ! liursday, Dec 15 a si d 2 Saturday Dec.. 24 i ; j i i I X ' ' ) n 0 KU 1 U UU I I Liu L Besmiuns i F I :1 ;l ) I 11 ft '4 i i i u . r .'J I i . 4 i i i i it " WH A Dollar Does Its Duty. The Big Store is full and overflowing with useful presents for all. Plymouth's Foremost Clothing, Shoe and Dry Goods Store invites you to call early and often during these Great Nine Days of Aerchandise Selling, the last and grandest occasion of the year to reap from this harvest of bargains. Our New Holiday Goods are priced on the same small margin of profit as prevails on staple lines and makes positive that our prices are always the lowest Come early and as often as possible during these Great Nine Days. A few of the prices that will make this Our Greatest Holiday Sale: :. V 2 Handkerchiefs for Boy a or Girls iü lc O Boys' or Girls' all-wool Knitted Stocking Qr tÜ Cps at iü iü iü $1.23 Um...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 December 1904

A av m I it ( . LENTY of bright ne w goods -have arrived just in time for Christmas shoppers. - Our efforts surpass any previous record in the jp selection of Novelties and Staple Goods for this notable yearly occasion. Very special offerings and suggestions will be found in every department of this store during the Holiday Shopping Days, which will greatly enable you to quickly solve the perplex- an m M M M M M ÄH A a a a a a a a ? a w zw m m n a m m a a ä m m m m m m m m m m n nh n Rmm.m mr. ifinn pior Q V t 1 J i - ; ' 'i 1 i i - 7 ing problem "what to get." We feel perfectly confident we can interest you. Make people nappy by buying tliem useiui, practical ana Dene- ficial Christmas Presents. Do your shopping in good time when you can take your leisure and time, and not wait until the last hours when all is rush, panic and excitement. HANDKERCHIEF DEPT. This, as usual, will be as fascinating as ever. The line is surprisingly replete with fine embroidered, hemstitched and lace ed...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 December 1904

ll locts a Copy, px.oo A Year . RE9 Is the cbanest, neatfit general magazine for the family.it is , without qution "THE BEST AT ANY PRICE Great features are promised for next ydar,' six or more short stories in every tumbor, beautijul pictures in colors, articles by famous writers and get it all by taking advantage of this SPECIAL OFFER gend $1, now and get 14 numbers 12 for 1905 and Nov. and Dec. numbers for this year. You will get -a heap o satisfaction out of your writing machine if you buy your supplies of us. We can furnish you ribbons, carbons, papers everything that pertains to good work on a writing machine. The Plymouth Tribune Ij. E. and Y. and Var.üalJa lines havB placed a oint croisin watchman at Garro street. People having children attending school snould instruct them to go across R. R. crossings at this street on account of being protected by watchman. C. Morcxxmbe. I ll I One Night Only, Saturday, Dec. I7tli. WILLIAM BONELLI Presents Ills Great Romantic Drama in 4 Ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 December 1904

l!,W,!)i ä AH Recorder's C! !c3 fetC31 VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1 904. NO. 12 IHl R TTYiTT WTWRrry THHTLJ prra imp 1 ; t ; 4 HORRIBLE DEATH OF JESSE flcdüentiü Killed By his own Gun, Willi; Hunting Rabbits 1Mb Frank walker Jesse Schoner, aged IS, born Sept 26, 1SS6, son of Peter and Frederekt Schoner came to his death Sunday, December IS, 1904, about 11 a. m. at the Matting! farm. Jesse in company with Frank AValker and Jacob Foltz were hunting rabbits. Jesse suggested to Walker that he would climb a tree, which was .about three rods from where the two boys stood. Schoner at once climbed the fence, and went to climb the tree while Walker remained where Schoner left him. Walker saw Schoner reach the tree and start toc!.mb it. Then Walker turned his head and almost immediately heard the report of the gun. He turned and looked in the direction of the tree; he saw his friend strike the ground. Walker called and asked Schoner if he was hurt, rceiving no response...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 December 1904

THE PLY.HOUiH TRIBUNE, PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS O CO.. - - Pvblishers. 1904 DECEMBER. 1904 bu Mo Tu We Til Fr Si 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 9 I O O I O O O Z'L. Q. O N. M. "T F. Q.P. M yr 2Uh. --s.; 6th. j 14th. . asylnd. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD. Co arts and Crimes, Accident and Fires, Labor and Capital Grain Stock and Money Market.. $100,000 Fire in Chicago. The sash and door factory of Philip Rinn A Co., located at Crosby and llalstead Streets, Chicago, w as destroy J by a fire that for a time threatened to spread to the large supply tanks of the People's Light and Coke Company. Both of the tanks were full of illuminating gas, and it was only by the hardest kind of work that the firemen kept the flames from overheating the gas tanks and causing an explosion that would have brought death to hundreds of persons and destroyed every building in the vicinity. During the excitement a wall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 December 1904

hi goüßd by a Spell CHAPTER XXX. (Continued.) A few doors farther down the corridor, in a chamber more somber and gloomy than any we hava visited, was Judith. She is lying back listlessly, in an easy chair, with her red rair loosely falling around her pallid, worn face. The tears roll down her cheeks, at intervals, in larce, heavy drops. She is weeping OTer the ashes of lore, over wrecked hopes, and a lost life. Heavily over her broods .the spirit of the night, boding of death. As the night advances, the clouds have it all their own way, veiling the sky with profound darkness; and the winds wax fiercer. The air is filled with the alternate shrieks, and sobs of terrified nature. There is heavy rain, with which the monster sports, dashing it, and whirling it, and scattering it in gusts, and eddies, and masses. Heavy footsteps upon the carriage drive; but the tempest absorbs every sound into itself. Over the gravel, which stands out lightly from the blacknew that encompasses it, moves ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 December 1904

i i I 1 f - - 1 TCbe tribune. Established October 10, 19C1. OaIj Republic- Newspaper in the Couaty. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFi lCE Blssell Balidins, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the po?to9ice at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth. Ind.. Ur.un&:r 22, 1904. It is not climcult to understand Mr Chadwick's desire to get back to Ohio. She has a warm spot in her heart for those Ohio banker?. For the necessary improvement of present state institutions appropriations amounting to neirly or quite 51,500,000 will be asked of the legislature this winter. The Comptroller of the currency says there is a great demand for .5 notes. es, we- can use lew, though we much prefer the twenties. President Roosevelt ha- vi.'n th; "The man who is always giving pointers on how to manage a wife can usually be found in the woodshed after supper smoking his evening cigar. j The drug stores have been kept busy answering calls for cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 December 1904

44 11 days 44 Before the Spring Wagon, Steel Range, 3 Heating Stoves and 25 other article are to' be given away FREE! FREE! FREE! 4 Buy your Christmas Presents at BUCK'S tnd et Tickets They Cost You Nothing U ful Chris' Pocket Knives, Shears and Scissors, Razors, Strops, Carving Sets, Shot Guns and Ammunition, Ran fje and Washing Machines, Skates and Nickle Plated Ware. CALL AND SEE, Buck's Cash Hardware I T Leader In Low Prices. . "K i i v r 'i' n HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, AdrertisemcDts to appear in TBE TKIR U?IK mujt te Ji oerore luesaay noon winure tneir appearance in the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., December 22, 1904. o CCK NFWC ö iO LVVHL ill-II .J O AAAA AAAA AAAA AAAA Miss Goldie Whitesell of Donehon is in the city. Samuel Schlosser made a business ; trip to South Bend. Miss E. Schroeder, of Tyner spent the day in the city. Mrs. John Gast went to Culver where she will visit for a few days. Miss Beatrice Welch has resumed her duties at Kloepfer's N. Y. store. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 December 1904

TPIXIED Pile on the logs and knotted pine, Let's have a roaring fire today; Its cheerful light shall put to flight The worries which beset our way. Pilo on the logs and see them gleam. And gather 'rcund the Christmas blaze, And drown in songs old feuds and wrongs, Shake hands again around its rays. Noel Clayton was tall and gaunt, with clear, candid, blue eyes, and his white hands, small and nervous looking, were as well kept as those of a woman. - He was thirty, and a splash of gray on either temple, a strand or two of white In his moustache, made him look older. He was broad-chested and muscular1 by all rules he should, have been a soldier he looked an "open air" man, but for five years he had been writing short stories, novelettes and serials for the weekly press. It was good, nervous work. His name was becoming known, for he had tha happy -knack of blending pathos with humor. He had traveled widely, and an Aur Han bush idyl at the beginning of t .a week would be followed by a Lo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 December 1904

HOPE FOR THE SICK. M, MRS. MtNRIETfA MARSH. A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE. Mrs. Henrietta A. S. Marsh, 7C9 W. lth St., Los Angeles. CaL, President Woman's Benerolent Ass'n, writes: suffered with to grippe tor seven weeks, and nothing I could do or take helped me until I tried Peruna. "I felt at once that I had at last secured the ripht medicine and I kept teadily improving. Within three weeks I was fully restored, and I am glad that I gave that truly great remedy a trial. I will never be without it again." In a letter dated August 31, 1904, Mrs. Marsh says: "I hare never yet heard the efficiency of Peruna questioned. We till use it. 1 traveled through Kentucky and Tennessee three years ago. where I found Peruna doing its good work. Much of it is being used here also" TIenriettn A. S. Marsh. Address Dr. Hartman. President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus. Ohio. Ask your druggist for a free Peruna Almanac for 1905. CniCAGO, FT. WAYNE, FOSTORIA, Fl'NDLAY, CLEVELAND. BUFFALO, NEW YORK, BOSTO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 December 1904

T 1 n I f PROFESSIONAL CARDS G F. HITCHCOCK, DENTIST. Rem 1 Corbin Block. PLYMOUTH. IND. Eues Examined free! WbM ru are at South Bead consult us about year eyes. Qlaseee Fitted Properly for )t.OO a pair, attsfaction Guaranteed. Drs. Burke & Lemontree, 223. S. 3lci. St S.C.LOR1NG.M.D. QSct ovtr Bpsvortfc A Sfcimbtugh'i In iU Band Block. Phon 705. All nails promptly answered. Office hours. 2 to 4 and ft to 8 p. m. Phone 204. Residence, 314 Center st. PLYMOUTH, - INDIANA JOHN W. PARKS LAWYER YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. TELEPHONE 237 MONEY TO LOAN AT SIX PER CENT. (No Commission) . J- A. 9IOLTER, Plymouth A. C. HOLTZEN DORFF C. F. HOLTZEN DORFF Physicians and Surgeons, Oorner Michigan and Jefferson Stret-t Night calls answered. JDr. F. M: BURKET, DENTIST Plymouth, Indlaoa LiQilt! Good LlQlU! The Cheapest Light is Gas Light! Churches and homes in the country as well as in town can now enjoy the luxury of the best and cheapest light known in the world. It excells'electric lights,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 December 1904

I 1 1 VOLUME 1Y PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29 1 904. NO. 3 PLYMO U7 BUNEo t 1 i 5 - ,4 - :a "A n i i . 3 ? if rl i 5' Mi Vii J; I: H" : ! ' 1' ! 4 4 I!. MARRIED HALF CENTURY Mr. and Mrs. John J. Wrloto Gelßb Their Golden Weddlno. . .. ' r 1'" " ! 5. v f To very few people is given the -privilege' of celebrating their fiftieth -wedding, anniversary, or "golden -wedding," but Mr. and Mrs. John J. "Wright enjoyed this un -sual experience yesterday, and during the atfernoon and evening, hundreds of their friends called to congratulate the worthy couple. The hanc'sonie home -was tastefully decorated with ropes -of golden braid and flowers; holly leaves and berries helpti to give a hDliday erTct. Mr. and Mrs. Wright Teceived their guests m the front parlor, assisted by Mrs. W. D. "Wright and Miss "Julia Wright. Dainty refreshment ' were served in the dining room, the tables being pre-, sided over by Misses Zeta Hayes, Franc Mensel, Ethel Garver, Dora Sauter and Alice Huff. Mr. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 December 1904

THE PLY.UOUIH TRIBUNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q CO.. . . PvMishers. 1905 JANUARY. 1905 Su Mo Tu I We Th Fr JSa TT 3 TT1 T 8 9 .10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 9 o o 0 0,000 X L Q. N. M. TV F. Q.F. M Q 27th. 5th. ) 13th. vJ 21st PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides and Condition! of Thing are 8hown. Nothing Overlooked to make it Complete. Chicago is experiencing a deluge of grain and grain dealers are anxiously urging the railroads to come to their relief. Between 5,000,000 and 6,000,000 bushels of grain from the vest is awaiting transportation to points east of Chicago. The railroads are doing all in their power, but were compelled to refuse 5,000 cars of grain that was offered for transportation. The inability of the roads to handle the stuff is laid to the lack of equipment. Tonne Man Canght in a Line Shaft. Harry Miller, a 16-year-old boy of North Manchester, Ind., was caught iD a rapidly revolving line shaft a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 December 1904

'S 3 J. i I :4 . r 1 i ft i I i i By irfer off tltoe Czsr ' A Story of Russian Power By 4 MARCUS E A S TLA KB CHAPTER II. (Continued.) I pass Dr. Scbleeman's g:.tes and along the Nevski, shrinking under the occasional glare of a street lamp, and gasping with relief each time I leave one behind me, and can proceed for a space under cover of the darkness. Meanwhile the black, rolling clouds discharge themelves-, whilst the thunder growls and matters after the flickering flash. Long may the storm last, for if it should clear before I have reached my place of refuge, faint Indeed will be my chance. If the moon should shine out and illumine my still wandering feet I em lost. Soaked through, with my shirt clinging to my body Coat I have none the water running In rivulets from my hair, staggering from side to 6ide, almost blind and with a sickening dread of falling in a fainting fit, I at length reach the narrow doorway which leads by a flight f stairs to Maruscha's lodging. Luckily the na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 December 1904

;i i ,1 . i A i i j . i ; I 'A t i 5 '51 3 & 4 .1 t M 'I . j. Zbe Utitmne. Established October 10. 1901. Oilj Republican Newspaper in the Cooaty. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE OFFlUfe Hlsswil Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. Bntered att the potofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, aa second-class mail matter. Plymouth, Ind., December 29. 1904 . Dr. J. II. Hall, of Franklin has been elected state chairman of the Prohlbl tion party. Thitry-seven banks fail in Iowa in two years, and ten persons connected with the banks of the state commit suicide. Bankers' association over the country hate passed resolutions favoring inoculation against the spread of Cbadwiclrism. "Uncle Joe" Cannon gives a recipie for Christmas cheer, which includes one drink ,one dinner, one cigar and then restful peace. Poor old banker Beck with mournfully announces that Mrs. Chadwick broke bis bean. That would have been a small matter if she bad only stopped at that and left bis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 December 1904

3 DAY Before the Spring Wagon, Steel Range, 3 Heating Stoves and 25 other articles are to be given away FREE! FREE! FREE! Buy your Christmas Presents jV I hey cost ? . ; V Use ful Chrlsi Pocket Knives, Shears and Scissors, Razors, Strops, Carving Sets, Shot duns and Ammunition, Ranges and Washing Machines, Skates and Nickle Plated Ware. CALL AND SEE, Buck's Cash Hardware I I 1 .. i mm I lCuiicr in TEbe TTttbune. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, AdTertlsements to appear In THE TKIB DNE mcit be lo before Tuesday noon to in ure tnelr appearance In the Issue of that Plymouth, Ind., December 29. 1904. r 1 HP AI WFWQ ö .' Mrs. L. E. "Harris is visiting friends at Inwood. Wm. Everly transacted bulnessat Argos today. Frank Leonard is visiting friends at South Bend. . Miss Minnie Swindell is visiting friends at South Bend. Mrs. Alma Poor is at South Bend for a few cays visit. Mrs. Ralston and daughter of Culver are visiting in this city. Misses Fay and Eva Wickizer are spending a few days ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 December 1904

mMW m) Opinions of A War of Giants. THE deepest of the many Impressions made on our minds by the nine days' battle on the Sha-bo is the immensity of the strength the combatants have displayed. As we are Europeans, take the Russian example first In this eountry we are accustomed to think of Russia as a great power honey-combed with weaknesses, and all the defects inherent In autocratic rule; but what a mighty machine It is! At a distance of six thousand miles from its enemy, who is only accessible by land, the Government of St. Petersburg hurls upon him a quarter of a million soldiers as effective as any to be found on earth. It is impeded at every turn by corruption; but Its commissariat on the spot is sufficient to keep that vast crowd in kcaith; there has been no lack of munitions, though from the character of the war they have to be wasted as they have never been wasted yet; and, horrible as the slaughter t sufficient reinforcements always arrive to keep up the army in equal stre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 December 1904

Blczinjc a TralL The ignorance of many people abont the habits and capacities of the blind Is Illustrated by a question which a man once . asked Helen Keller. Although he was a scholai and man of letters, he wanted to know if she enJoyed painting! A bright boy, who was a pupil in one of the earliest institutions for the blind, says Fanny Crosby in her "Life Story," was vastly bored by the foolish questions asked by visitors whom he had to escort about the school. The climax was reached when ne took them to the dining hall. 'Tear me!" exclaimed a wondering dame. "IIow do you blind folks ever manage to set the way to your mouths ? "Well, ma'am," replied the boy, solemnly, "each of us hitches one end of a string to his tongue and the other to the leg of his chair. By following that he manages to prevent the victuals losing their way." tStrnck Through. Herr Argelander was one of Gernany's most distinguished astronomers. He was greatly loved and ad mired by the younger generation of stud...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 December 1904

PROFESSIONAL. CARDS g r niTcncocK, Room 1 Orbin Block. PLYMOUTH. IND. Eues Examined Free! When you are at South Bend consult us about your eyes. Ci. es Fitted froperly for fl.OOa pair. atUfav'.ion Guaranteed. Drs. Burke & Lemontree. 221 S. XCic2a.- St S.C.LORING.M.D. 0Oc ovtr Bosworth fcamhaugh't In fate Bank Bloc. F-hona 205. All nails promptly answered. Office hours, 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 i. m. Phone 304. Residence, 314 Center st. F L Y MOUTH, - INDIANA JOHN W. PARKS ' LAWYER YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. TELEPHONE 237 I TO LOAN AT SIX PER CENT. (Na Commission) J. A. 510ITEIX, Plymouth A. C. HOLTZEN DORFF C. F. HOLTZEN DORFF, Physicians and Surgccns, Oornor Michigan aad Jefferson Street "Night calls answered. I Dr. F. IL BTJRKET, DBNTIST Plymouth, Indiana. LiQUU G00Ö LiQltt! The Cheapest Light is Gas Light! Churches and homes in the country as well as in town can now enjoy the luxury of the best and cheapest light known in the. world. It excefi? electric lights, both in volume ...

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