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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 January 1905

A' i 1 i 1 j, r . 110,000 ROD JUST RECEIVED OF- WOVEN WIRE FENCING! Kokomo Diamond Mesh Kokomo Square Mesh. j The two best fences made. All line wires are high carbon coiled ' spring. The fence that stays stretched summer and winter. The fence that has stood the test. The fence that will last a life time. My Prices Are Right i Call and see me now and save money. .IB UCK.. 4The Cash Hardware Man." Leader in Low Prices. - . r I ä LOCAL NEWS Miss Victoria Cleveland, is spend lag a few days with Chicago friends. Rev. Adomeit went to Peru this morning where he will bold services Sunday. Andy Morshes will occupy the new Speishoffer building as soon as com pleted. Mrs. J. J. Vinall and daughter Vera are the guests of friends and relatives at Sounh Bend. Fran Wheeler has returned to South Bend after spending several dayi in this city. The promoters of the Ship Subsidy bill declare that the enemy is quietlv laying mines for it. Joseph and Peter Kleinnentz have left for Convoy Ohio, where the...

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. — 19 January 1905

ÄEnDETT OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS What Japan Is Teaching. II T HETHEIt the war In the East ends eventually 111 a triumpl1 or Russia or Japan, it already has W W taught the world an Important lesson. That II lesson ia that the capacity for civilization is not confi'-ied to the Euicpean, nor even to the Caucasian, races. It sounds barbarous to speak of success in war as a proof f 'civilization. A noted Japaneso recently said that when his country contained the only great artists In the world it was classed among the barbarians, but now that it has shown Its ability to fight it Is recognized as civilized. .That is fine sarcasm, yet it is an indisputable fact that a nation's civilization is proved, to a considerable extent, by its Bilitary power The reason is that there are tf higher tests of mental capacity than the ability to organize, to finance and to command successfully a great modern ärmy. lleie physical courage is a quality in which the barbarian usually sur...

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. — 19 January 1905

FROM OTEID) A PLAIN TALK On a Plain Subject in Plain Language. The coming winter will canse at least one-half of the women to haTe catarrh, colds, coughs, pneumonia or consump tion. Thousands of women will lose their l?Tpt nnd tens of thousands will acquire some chronic ail ment from which they will never recover. Unless you take the nec essary precautions, the chances are that you (who KEEP PERUNA l!M THE MOUSE read this) Date ones. will be one of the nnfortu- Little or no risk need be run if Peruna is kept in the house and at the first appearance of any symptom of catarrh taken as directed on the bottle. Peruna is a safeguard, a preventative, m. specific, a cure for all cases of catarrh, acute end chronic, coughs, colds, con sumption, etc. For free medical advice, . address Dr. S. B. Hartman, Tresident of The Hart man Sanitarium. Columbus. Ohio. Chauncey Depew Setback. Even inthv days when he was a struggling young lawyer, Chauncey Depew was gifted with a considerable deal of the ...

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. — 19 January 1905

com 110 rd 13 ft w 31 It n of ae cor ne. tb e 16 rds 9 ft, n 159 H ft, wl6 rd! 9jft stöbe Acker, Wm J Stronp, Kachel J and Noland, Harne O and AUA Ei.... . . . . .... ..a. same same Maat's add Bauf r's add, a hf of 50 ft iying-s of and adj Maat's sdd. DELINQUENT TAX LIST J5 YOUNG PEOPLE'S SESSION Of Marshall County, Indiana, for the Year J 903 and Previous Years, Together with the Taxes for the Year 1904. A list of Lands, CAy and Town Lots retimed delinquent for the nou-pa -xnent of taxes for tlie year 1903 and previous years, together with the taxes for 1904, in Marshall County, Iudiana. EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS. In the following list n is used for north; 8 for south; for east; w for west; ne for northeast, nw for northwest; ee for southeast; sw for outhwest; emr for east Michigan road; wmr for west Michigan road; mrl for Michigan road la d; wrl for west reserve line; erl for east reserve line; nrr for north of railroad; srr for south of railroad; err for east of railroad; wrr ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 January 1905

Zhe ZEttbune. Established October 10. 1801. OaIj Republican Newspaper In the Coaaty. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, PT7BIIS3ES3. OFD'ICE Blssell Building, Corner LaPorte ad Center Streets. Telephone Nc. 27. Entered at the po9tofflce at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., January 19. 1905. TWO DEAD IN BARBER'S CHAIRS . Embezzling Secretary Kills Investigator and Ends His Own Lite. Yeedersburg, Ind., Jan. 15. Fac ing each otner from two barber chairs each with a bullet in his brain, John Brant of the Veedersbug News and Charles Eckburg, financial secretary of the Odd Fellows Lodge, were found tonight when the door of the barber shop waj burst open by citizens. Brant vas chairman of the lodge committee appointed to lnvest'.ate Eckburg 's books. It was thought the two men .had quarreled, but a letter from Eck- burg was found in which he admitted that be was short in bis .accounts with the lodge, and said he contemplated suicide and bad determined to "take Brant ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 January 1905

3TaS HOPE FOR A SICK. MRS. HfUDtFTTil MARSH. JS A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE. Mrs. Henrietta A- S. Marsh, 700 W. lfith St., Los Angeles, CiL, President Woman's Benevolent Ass'n, writes: "I suffered with la grippe for 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 right medicine and I kept steadily improving. Within three weeks I was fully restore-!, and I am glad that I gare that truly great remedy a triaL I will never be without it again." In a letter dated August 31, 1004, Mrs. Marsh says: "I have never yet henrd the edciency of Peruna questioned. We still use it. 1 traveled through Ken tucky and Tennessee three years ago. where I found Peruna doing its good work. Much of it is being used here also." Henrietta A. S. Marsh. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. Ask your druggist for a free Peruna Almanac for 1003. CHICAGO, FT. WAYNE, FOS TORI A, FINDLAY. CLEVELAND. BUFFALO, NEW ...

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. — 26 January 1905

'TrTUT TP TD) ONE I I Recorder's Office ieuu-j j 11 r hil VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, JAUNARY 26 1905. NO. 17 PLYMOU PLYMOUTH BAND. A Lradlug Musical Organization o Nor thern Indiana. The Pljmoath band was organized October the 8th. 1902, with twelve members and since that time it has been rapidly progressing until it has now membership of twenty-five. Uot oqIj has it progressed in the way of membership, bat it has also devel oped itseli la the way of musical abil ity so that It is perfectly aole of ren dering some of the most difficult com position written. This organization lias since its origin been under the di rection and leadership of Ben Sey- told.wbo his labored unceasingly to bring it to a high stanaard of excellen cy which it has maintained. Mr. Sey- Txld is not an amateur musician him self as he has , had oyer twenty-fire jears experiencs as a cornetist, and Is abovelthe ordinary bandmaster. This band has gained for itself a reputation they will feel proud of, f...

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. — 26 January 1905

THE PLYMOUiHJRIEUNE PLYMOUTH, IND. fc DENDRICKS Ql CO., - - Publisher 1905 JANUARY. 1905 Mo Tu I We Tit Fr 3i TTTTTT 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 .21 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 o o o o o o o o o o $ 27th. r 5th. V 13th. J 21st. PAST AND PEESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THC EARTH. Telegraphic Information Oathered by the Few for the Enlightenment of the Many. Criminal's Blander Lands Him in Jail. ThiouglTa blunder in opening an ac count with the Monroe Bank in New York City, under two names, Henry Amsel has fallen into the hands of the police on Charges that he is one of the cleverest formers and letter box riflers in the country. He is now held in default of $5,000 bonds. Amsel is alleged to have operated in the east for three years, but constant search was fruitless until he was identified by an employe of the Monroe Bank on the east tide where he had opened an account in the nameof a business man. He deposited, ft Is alleged, several checks of the man's firm and later ...

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. — 26 January 1905

f Ii Wornm The Vaystery tt By HENRY ClIAPTEIt XIII. The two men walked on in silence, and It proved a long journey, all through the western suburbs of Richmond into the town itself, through the town and along Main street, out t the Itocketts. There the pickets on duty challenged them, but Walter, being a field officer, had both the password and the counter sign, and they were immediately allowed to proceed without question. Denon had not spoken a word on the way. Walter turned down the Williams burg stage road and passed camp after camp among the pines,- being only allow ed to proceed after satisfying the senti nels at each place. "May I ask," said Denon, on a sud den, "what you propose to do with me?" "You shall be dealt by ?iirly," replied Walter, sternly, but without emotion. "You shall be shown al! the leniency you can expect, and a groat deal more than you have the right to expect." Denon saw that it would be useless to continue the conversation, and strode along without anothe...

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. — 26 January 1905

. LAUER & SOW. Übe tribune. Established Octooer 10, 1901. Oulv tepublican Newspaper in the Coaaty. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE,"" O - ICE Bissau Buildtnp, Corner LaPorte - vQter Streets. Teltphune No. 27. Ei .-ivd :t the potnffic at Pljinuti, Indl . .9 second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., January 26. 1905, There Is being erected under the auspices of the Methodist Episcopal church lo Indianapolis, a large hospi tal with all modern appliances. Its field Is the whole state of Indiana. The uimi of the organization is The Indiana State Methodist Hospital and Deaconess Home. Representative Kees of Vigo county Is advocating a measure to elect the (xunty superintendents by popular ote. The Tribune is of the opinion tbisli a move that would prove high ly satisfactory. This office is already in politics and it had just as well be changed so the people can give a di rect expression in the matter The'future of tüe democratic party Is a matter for the prophets, but the prophet who has mo...

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. — 26 January 1905

ff 1 o 00 RODS JUST RECEIVED OF- WOVEN WIRE FENCING Kokomo Diamond Mesh Kokomo Square Mesh. The two best fences made. All line wires are high carbon coiled spring. The fence that stays stretched summer and winter. The fence that has stood the test. The fence that will last a life time. ... My Prices Are Right Call and see me now and save money. .BUCK.. "The Cash Hardware Man." " i Leader In Low Prices, 4 I & LOCAL NEWS & l Mrs. Oscar Baker attended the De-vinney-Ludwig wedding at Bourbon Mrs. Walter Shafer, of Bourbon is the guest of friends and relatives in this city. Mrs. L. C. Morlan, of Bourbon is the guest of friends and relatives m this city. Mrs. Isaac Thomas of Ft. Wayne Is spending a few days with f rleds and relatives In this city. Miss Lue Stevens has returned from & few days visit with the family of Mrs. C. H. Dietrich at Bremen. Mrs. S. Mitchell . has returned to her home at Argos after spending a few days with friends and relatives in this city. Mrs. Leila ...

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. — 26 January 1905

f (Mir Opinions of The Dawdler Is Dound to AWDLING la one of the ID women that fall. There are only twenty-four boors In the day, and It Is possible to dawdle iway Are or six of them while hardly no ticing It The dawdler commences In the morning be fore he gets up. His alarm clock rings at 6 o'clock, and that is the hour at which he ought to rise. But he lies abed, stealing catnaps, for a Quarter of an hour, and then Jumps out In a hurry and proceeds to dress. It was Just as hard to leave the bed at a quarter past tlx as It would have been at six, and the result of the loitering has been the loss of fifteen minutes out of the day. Remembering that he Is late, the dawdler pulls on his first garments in a great hurry, but his pace soon slack ens, lie yawns and stretches himself and spends half or three-quarters of an hour In his ablutions, 6havlng and attiring. At breakfast he reads the paper leisurely, and Che meal takes up another half hour. Then he leaves the house to go to his off...

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. — 26 January 1905

CAUGHT BY "OHE 6MP-- REIEASES BY PE-RIMA. ; "7ze U'ortf ) Ä55 ' ;1 ; of Medicine , . as Epidemic fe'fc-äi-W f s- ', La Grippe Is Epidemic Catarrh. IT spares no class or nationality. The cultured and the ignorant, the aristo crat and the pauper, the masses and the classes are alike subject to la grippe. Kone are exempt all are liable. Grip is well named. The original French terra, la grippe, has been short ened by the busy American to read . "crip." Without intending to do so, a new word has been coined that exactly -describes the case. As if some hideous riant with awful grip had clutched us in its fatal clasp. Men. women, children, whole towns and cities are caught in the baneful grip -of a terrible monster. Have you the grip? Or, rather, has the grip got you? If so, read the follow In? letters. - These testimonials speak for them selves as to the efficacy of rerun?, in -cases of la grippe or its after-effects: A Southern Judge Cured. Judge Iloratio J. Goss, JIartwell, Ga., Writes:...

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. — 26 January 1905

s DELINQUENT TAX LIST Of Marshall County, Indiana, for the Year 1903 and Previous Years, Together with the Taxes for the Year 1904. A list of Land, City and Tcwn Lota returned delinquent for the non-payment of taxes for thi year 1903 and previous years, together with the taxes for 1904, in Marshall Ocunty, Indiana. EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS. In the following list n is used for north; s for south; for east; w for west; Be for northeast, nw for northwest; se for southeast; sw for Kouth west; em r for east Michigan road; wmr for west Michigan road; mrl for Michigan road land; wrl for west reserve line; erl for east reserve line; nrr for north of railroad; arr for south of railroad; err for east of railroad; wrr for west of railroad; rd for rod; rds for rods; ft for feet or foot; "same' for the same as the next immediately above it; No. for number; add for addition; cor for corner; frn or frl for fraction or fractional; ex for except; und for undivided; pt for part or point; bf for h...

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. — 2 February 1905

fflE - j I I KedorderX Office feb03 ! VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2 1905. NO. 18 r.f :' ; -T i If' 1 i i w t it . - 1 1 1 - i .Tl : it ' - i i A National Disgrace. Greed never sleeps," says Collier's tor January 21. "Those powers which are supposed to guard the pub lio interests are net so wakeful, es pecially where the more ideal and permanent interests are concerned. A bill for the grabbing of more Niag ara prifeleges for nothing, which was -defeated at the last session, is to be introduced in the New Yoik legislat. tire again. Meantime those compaaies which bate privelegesare using them with more efficiency. The news des patches announce with awe and ad miration that the largest working turbines and dynamos in the world hate been installed on the Canadian filde, with great success, which has been celebrated with speeches by dis tinguished guests. We should have liked to hear those speeches. No doubt the fact that each of a total of eljvea units is of ten thousa...

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. — 2 February 1905

HILT' I L. 1 .Uli U 11 IUlIUIiL7 PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q CO.. - - Publishers. 1005 FEBRUARY. 1P05 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Si 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 o o o o o (TU Ql N. M. T F. Q.F. M 2Gth. x,? 4th. 1 12ti.19th. PAST AND PRESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information Gathered by the Few for the Enlightenment of the Many. Baldwin's Air-Ship ia Successful. Los Angeles (Cal.) special: Describing circles and intricate figures above the heads of the crowds, Roy Knabenshue cruised for more than forty-five minutes in Captain Baldwin's airship, "The California Ar row." When he descended within forty yards of where he arose, he was cheered. The craft was equipped with a more pow erful motor than has been used hitherto In Its trials. The machine gave great impetus to the propeller and the ship responded readilv to its rudder. At all times the ship was under complete control. At no time did it rise to a height of...

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. — 2 February 1905

c! til c.r r::;I ty O C:'l; cl : Womraaiiii Tine IVBysttcry By HENRY T T T w T CHAPTER XV. Mr. Bernard Quayle, nlias John Rob erts, had srtrreadered the Hotel de Paris la New Orleans for the more lucrative post of first sutler In the Confederate irmy, and then as a spy for both sides, equally indifferent which he served so long as ho was well paid by both. In this double capacity he sw ITelene in Richmond, knew of CoL Adams' t-hootiag by Ileuri Sainton and observed Capt. Denon's escape. He also found his way Into the field hospital where both Denon und Walter Glaydes were lying wound ed. ' As his main purpose in life was to se cure possession of Helene la order tc put her out of the way, he conceived tli plan cf getting a letter from Deno:i which would induce Helene to trust her self to him. As a Federal spy he had no difficulty in securing an interview with the wounded officer, and by first telling him that Helene bad sent him and artfully playing on his longings to see tho woman h...

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. — 2 February 1905

JLbc tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Oalv Republican Newopaper in ih Couaty. " HENDR1CK5 & GILLESPIE, OF ICE Bissel! Building, Corner LaPorte &iJ Center Strtet. Tel phone No. 27. 4 Eti.fred at the po-t ffiee at Fl muutb, Indi an 4, as second-class mall mattet. Plymouth, Ind., February, 2 1905. A report of tbe recent attack on the life of tbe Czar fetales that it was merely the gunner's oversight. lie did aim about two feet too high. A western postmaster has been 'honored' with 37 indictments-a few more and be will be aformsdable can didate for the ü. S. Doubtless Pennsylvania enjoys read ing about tbe coal strike in Germany these cold days more than she did her own. iL ESTATE III W rCKMISHKD BT GRESSNER GOMPftNY Owners of the only Abstract Books In the county. Atibtract of title to all lands In Marshall county compiled promptly and accurately Col. "Watterson ought at least ccme home aud politely bow to the Ifew York Smart set which he has roasted bo many times; a male...

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. — 2 February 1905

1O,000 ROD JUST RECEIVED OF WOVEN WIRE FENCING Kokomo Diamond Mesh Kokomo Square Mesh. , The two best fences made. All line wires are high carbon coiled spring. The fence that stays stretched summer and winter. The fence that has stood the test. The fence that will last a life time. . . My Prices Are Right Call and see me now and save monej. .buck:.. The Cash Hardware Man." Vi:: I LOCAL NEWS I Fred Corse SDent the afternoon at South Bend. Miss Reer Cartwright is the guest of friends at Culver. Mrs. Mollie Abner is the guest of friends at Hamlet. Mrs. Amanda Cripe Is quite serious IT ill. Mrs. Geo. Ray is the guest of friends and relatives at Walkerton. Mrs. A. Price Is seriously HI witb influenza at her home in t-ils city. Miss Ethel Hall is the guest of her sister Mrs. Emma Boose at Hamlet. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Garn are con fined to their home with lagrippe. Mrs..H. A Brenner is spending a few days with friends and relatives at Culver. George Lemler has bought a thor oughbred male c...

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. — 2 February 1905

t . 1 ""--Z- k. . "SWT Ee Friendly on the Way. I have journeyed ou life's highway till the dial points to noon, And I've learned some useful lessons on the way; I have proved them o'er and o'er, and I prize them more d more, And I think you can depend on what I say. Xou may hold yourself aloor, and may think it is a proof That you're made of -some superior sort of clay; But you'll always find it payr, in many different ways To be friendly to the people on the way. If the day is dark and dreary, and the way is rough and steep, .nd some weary sister falters on the road. You will never feel the weight, be the - burden small or great, If you turn about and ease her of her load. And you'll often see the time when a sovereign's merry chime Will be a friendly offering most meet When to give a little sum, some mishap to overcome, Will keep some needy sister on her feet. '- I have learned that shabby garments often clothe a noble soul. And misfortune lies in wait for great and small; Better ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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