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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 February 1905

MH.'HAJtp;llltWS CIYE3 HIS OPLTTIOX OF THE BEST TEEATMEKT TOE PA5ALYSIS. That Dr. Williams' Pink 1111 Restored the Use of lilt Limbs Whii All Other Remedies Failed. The premonitory Symptoms of paraly. sist&re: tremblmg of the hands; sudden loss of power iu arm3 or legs, frequently affecting one whole side of thebody; staggering; partial or entiro inability to use Die fingers distortion of the features, sometimes an uncontrollable quivering of the chin; severe pains; difficulty in speech. Frequently the first warning it a vague feeling of headache, vertigo and muscular weakness. Ia a recent interview Mr. W. J. L. Hayden said : I truly think that Dr. Williams Pink Pills are a great medicine for they cured me when physicians and other remedies had failed to give me the slightest relief. Too close attention to business brought on an attack of nervousness which finally developed into paralysis. There were times when it was impossible for me to move mj hands or to get up from ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 February 1905

CI "ft a C c k 1 E o Z m i Description of Lands and Lots and Kamee of Towns or City. NAMES OF OWNERS a NAMES OF OWNERS a Description of Lands and Lots. T3 s 0 o a I c 8 a u C be a cd o a a e e Icrnble Accident to Baby Girl Near Larwill. WiMly screaming and wiih its ; life going fast, Bessie, the 3 u O 9 a cd c : J C I Of Marshall County, Indiana, for the Year 1903 and Previous Years, Together with the Taxes for the Year 1904. A list of Lands, City and Towu Lots returned delinquent for the non-payment of taxes for the year 1903 and previous years, together with the taxes for 1904, in Marshall Couuty, Indiana. EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS. In the following list n is used for north; s for south; e fur east; w for west; ne for northeast, nw for northwest; se for southeast; sw for southwest; emrfor 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 ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 February 1905

'1 j- . s i !! M i r i i Gbe ZEdbune; . . Established October 10, 1901 . Oalj RepubUcan Newspaper in the Couity. HENDRICKS & QILLESPIET" -.tXSXCSXSO. Catered at the postoSce at Plymouth, Indi- , aa seoona-olass mau matter. flytnouth. Ind., February, 2 !905, Supplement. The Cuban senate nas appropriated $300,000 to clean up the Island. If they have as many grafters duwn there as we have, this little bit will not go far. Judgo Parker must b a iittle surprised at this "uneasiness" among the . trust and corporations, following so closely upon the neela of a republican victory. v. Judge Dodga of the Elkhart circuip court, has ruled that drunkeness is not a sufficient cause for a wife to secure a dlrorce, if sbe knev? that the man was a drunkard when "he married him. T?he farm products of North and Sooth Dakota for 1904 are said to exeed in value the manufactures of cocas tf the great eastern states. Look onl, or pretty soon Mr. Bryan be etflifif them "farm kings," , "The cash...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 February 1905

Delightfully Entertained., Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Neff, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lose and Mr, and Mrs, Fred Hill delightfully entertained .about three hundred of their friends in a most sumptuous mMner at Hill's cafe Thursday and Friday evenings. It was one of the most social and enjoy, able occasions giyen this season. A 0:30 o'clock luncheon in two courses was the feature of the occasion. The menu consisted of f rest boiled bam, escalloped oysters, cream potatoes, vegetable salad, french rolls, sweet pickles, olives, pineapple ice and coffee, brick nut ice cream, white cake and mint drops after w hi Jh cards and Tarlous'games were the amusements of the evening, Fred, Gussie and Irene Kuhn furnished some delightr ful music. Indiana Sent Two Men. Indiana Is the only state to send a messenger and an alternate messenger to Washington to deliver the electoral vote, says a Washington dispatch to the - Indianapolis News. This plan for an alternate messenger" created some am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 February 1905

L it TP TUT .., Mil i ! "Recorder's Office tcw VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1 1 905. NO. 1 9 "RIBUNEo 1 1 .1 , ! II f J V 41 1JLXJLJL1J w'tg ej I MARRIED I Mortimore-Starner, At the borne of. the bride's parents Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock occured the marriage of Miss Lisse Mortimore to Delbert R. Starner of of Bremen, Key. I. B. Kessioger officiating. They at once left for their home at Bremen, Mr. Starneris employed as a. moulder in the Radiator -works at that place. The best wishes "of the Advance goes with them.-Bour-boo Advance. Operator Will Be Married. Operator J. E. Angliu of the Pennsylvania dispatcher's office takes a leave of absence, beginning Saturday. He will De married Id a few days to Miss Stella Farnan, formerly the operator in charge of tne Pennsylvania central exchange. The wedding is heretofore something cf a family affair with the railroad peoplejand the prospective bride and groom will he showered with congratulations by their friends in a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 February 1905

Tiib'TCYiUwnriKißüNE: PLYMOUTH, IND. DENDRICKS O CO.. . . Publisher.. 1905 FEBRUARY. 1905 Su IIo Tu We Th Pr Sa o o o l 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 31 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 o o o o o o o o o o o CU Q. N. M. T P. Q.F. M 26th. W 4th. ) 12th. KJ 19th. PAST AND PEESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information Gathered by tha Few for the Enlightenment of the Many. Nltro-Glycerine Shakes Big Area. By the explosion of 2,250 quarts of nitroglycerine in one of the magazines of the American Glycerine Company, three miles north of Montpelier, Ind., two men were seriously injured and the concussion was felt for a distance of nearly fifty miles. A hole thirty feet deep was torn in the ground. Several farm houses within a radius of two miles were slightly damaged. Trees five hundred feet away were uprooted and stripped. The explosion was heard distinctly at Ohio City, fifty miles away. Several windows were broken at Geneva, twenty-two miles away...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 February 1905

Wcrnaum "Die Mystery By HENRY CHAPTER XVI. (Continued.) Irugged and rendered insensible, Helme would be ruthlessly shot through tha head, and left In the little hut, while he and Henri made their way to Gen. Me DleHan's headquarters either by surrendering to the Federal pickets or by evadbg them. There he would give information that a lady whom he had promised to bring through the lines to see Captain Denoa, t Captain Denea's request, had been killed during the night by a shot, from e. Southern patrol, and that her bdy was lying just outside the lines. Upon this ftatement he felt sure that Helene rorpse would be brought into the Northrn camp, where her identification by Denon, and afterward by Jack, would naturally complete his diabolical scheme. On the Tuesday morning Quayle wa making his preparations. lie h i provided Henri with a civilian's suit similar to his own, armed him with on of the two revolvers, and provided him with a tin ranteen of the type used by both armies for the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 February 1905

5be tribune. Established OctoKf r 10. ltOl. Oajy Republican Newspaper lu the County. H ENDRIC KS& Q I LLESPI ET" OFHCE Iilssell Bulldlnsr. Come Lal'orte anJ Center Mrteto. Telephone 27. Entered at the po-toce at Plymouth, tndlca, aa secona-olass mail iuaiter. Plymouth, Ir.d., February, 9 1905, Great Britain claims that she has been atTrunted by Russian cßicials in St. Petersburg aDd Warsaw. Let her avenge herself oy ordering the Poet Lauriate to write an ode on Russia. The e ectorial vcles from Kentucky Arkansas and Tennessee have not as yet, been forwarded to Washington. However, the President elect will probably be able to get along without thtm. The legislature in Mr. Rryan's state bas passed a law providing an eight hour day for organ grinders and monkeys.' This legislation is in the interest of our Simian ancestors and their suffering decendants. It s said mat more tbau one-third of the voters of Philadelphia did not go to the polls at the last election. Nevertheles...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 February 1905

I ELEPHONE your II m for Hardware, ' w Prompt Delivery. Prices The Lowest. ' Buek's Gash pardmafe, Leader in Low Prices. m m I LOCAL AND PERSONAL . Miss Anna Morrill is spending a few days with friends at fjouth. Bend. Ray Bunnell of Kalamazoo, Mich., is spending a few days in this city Mrs. W. R. Godfrey and Mrs. Laura B. Miller of Laporteare visiting with tno family of K. K. Brooke. Mis. Taylor Filson is spending a week with her mother Mrs. Cal well near In wood. Mrs. Bert Bushman has returned from a few days visit with her sister Mrs. Joseph Hanna at La Porte. Mr. and Mrs. FraokMcCann cf Chicago, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fertig in this city. Ilerman Iloppe who ha; been making his home In Monticello, is spending a few days in this city. Mrs. J. L. Boggs of Argos is spendInga few days in this city with her brother E. K. Barnhill. Mrs. Geo. Lemler, Is spending a few days with' friends and relatives at Bourbon. Mrs. Dr. Reece has returned to her home at North Liberty after spe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 February 1905

T"f Pairing in Parliament. The custom of pairing is quite unknown to the forms of parliament itself. Any mention of it within either chamber would be altogether out of order, but there is a pleasant fiction that it Is a purely private arrangement to be made at the discretion of those concerned. This is true enough to a limited extent and for a short time, but pairing ou any great party division cannot be lightly carried out, and a member who desires to pair at such a time will find that this can only be done safely through the whips and not at all unless some really good reason can be given for absence. London Times. Not Tested Yet. Cassidy "Tis a foine red flannel shirt ye hov on ye. Casey Ah! 'tis foine stuff and a great bargain. Cassidy It looks good, but does it shrink in the washin"? Casey I dunno. Shure, Oi've only had it a month. Philadelphia Tress. THERE IS JUST ONE SURE WAY. Dodd's Kidney Pills Build Up RanDown People They Blake Healthy Kidneys and that Means Healthy People...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 February 1905

Piles Cured at Home bj New Absorp- J tioo Method. If yon snSEer from bleeding, itching, blind or protruding piles, send me your address and I will tell you tow to cure yourself at home by the new absorption treatment: and will also send some of this home treatment free for. trial, with references frorv your , own locality if requested. ImjiJrdiate relief and permanent cure assured. Send no money, but tell others of this offer. Write to-day to Mrs. M. Summersf Box P, Notre Dame, Ind. y Money a Litttle Scarce. TInstler I want to advertise for capital; partner wanted, you know. Here it is. Get it in to-morrow. Advertising Clerk Yes, sir. Two dollars and a half, please. Hustler Oh, that's all right. Ill pay for the advertisement when I fit th capital. WOMEN'S NEGLECT SUFFERillGTHESUREPENALTY Heal tli Thus Lost Is Restored toy LydH E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. IIow many women do you know who are perfectly well and strong? We hear every day the same story over and over aain. 44 1 do n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 9 February 1905

itJlHB PC53BS) Our sole knowledge of the pea7 pie on other worlds and how far the people there differ from our inhabitants, can only be guessed by comparison with animal nature on this mall sphere of ours. More important to us is a knowledge of ourselves. "Know Thyself " was an old Greek thought. How to take care of one's own body is not so simple as some think; the human mechanism is a wocderful thing and requires watching. One man who has done more to teach the American people how to care for their bodies than almost any other, is Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., the Author of the Common Sense Medical Adviser." He says: It is not the quantity of the food aten which produces strength and health (for some people can keep strong on a very meagre diet), but it is how much food is absorbed and assimilated by the blood and carried to nourish every organ of the body. It is, therefore, vitally necessary for the body that the stomach be in a healthy ctate. If disease of the stomach, or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 February 1905

"3 TTr V UN. V recorder's Office. ! VOLUME IY PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY Jrt 1905. NO.tiO PLAYING CARDS FOR PRIZES LAST OF MIAMIS ON TRIAL. COUNTY .COMISSIONERS .ASK INCREASE IN PAY. DANGER OF PNEUMONIA. WRECK ON LAKE ERIE. NEGROES GO WILD OVER BILL DESIRES HEINZ PLANT. Chief Justice Ricks Holds it is Not An Offense. Case .of .John .Godfroy .Begun, at Fort Wayne. State Health Officer Predicts 1500 Indiana Deaths From Ravages Local Freight and Work Train in Author of Indiana Crematory MeasCitizens Name Committee to Secure It if Possible. Bill Introduced in House by Shively. Collision, Injuring 20 People. ure Fears for His Life. TT V T" Pi IT YPTTHT? T7 JiJU I N i i i I -i . i ( 8 y Paris, 111., Feb. 10. Chief Justice James B. Ricks, of Illinois, has won the hearts of the women of the state by expressing an opinion that playing card for prizes at private parties does not constitute gambling within the meaning of the law. State Attorney Neff, or Taylorsville, recently notifie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 February 1905

j iu-ft i u -OTT ir i ivibunu PLYMOUTH, IND. DENDRICKS Q, CO., . Publisher. 1905 FEBRUARY. 1905 Su Mo Tu 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 q o OOP o o o o VS 26th. 4r.li. J 12th. y j) 19th. PAST AND PfiESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information Gathered by the Few for the Enlightenment of the Many Had Strange Experience. The Pacific Mail steamer Ci-y of Panama, which sailed from ban Francisco, Cal., Jan. 21, for ports on the Central American coast, had a strange experience, news of which "was received by mail from Acapulco. Through miles of sea, covered thickly with masses of vegetation, tree trunks and the carcasses of dead animals, the steamer sailed, the debris at times being so thick that her progress was impeded. Some of the trees were five or six feet in diameter and the dead animals were of all descriptions. The debris was encountered on Jan. 28 in latitude 1G.58 north and longitude 100.29 w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 February 1905

1MIMMMMMMMMM a - - - -- -- - Wenrairo TBne Mystery j Ii By HENRY CHAPTER XVII. (Continued.) Quayle was lying prone and motionless on the ground, some five or six paces Crom her. Iiis hands were stretched out to their full length, and his face was buried in the grass. Henri had slid into ft crouching position agiinst the side of the hut. and he stared at her with glassy eyes. She whispered: "Are you hurt badly?" There was no reply, but the eyes seemed to glare at her reproachfully. She was about to rise, so as to be able to assure herself if help were possible for the wounded man, when another line of figures came toward her out of the haze, and before she was aware of so near a presence, a Federal ofilcer stood before her. "What's this?" exclaimed the officer. MA civilian wounded, and a woman just frightened to death!" Helene looked up and rose. She knew not what to say, nor vhat to do. The officer wr.d a tall man, with a joTial, square face, on every line of which creamed good humo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 February 1905

Tbe TEtibune. Established October 10. 1901 Only Republican Newspaper In h- Cooty. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, siisisssag. OFrlCE-EIäsell Baildlnz. Corner LaPort and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the pooffice t Plymouth, rndlsns, as seoond-olass mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., February, 16 1905, The school teachers of Columbus, Ofcio arc sustained by the law in their refusal to wash windows and scrub the floors. They probably knew that that was a higher paid branch of the service. J. Ogden Armour, of Chicago, it is said, will be the richest man in the world if the beef trust continues to grow as it has already grown, outdistancing even the Standard Oil company. . On the recommendation of Representative Crumpacker, of Indiana, ex Judge E. P. Hammond, of Lafayette, Ind., has been appointed a member of the board of governors of the National Soldiers' Home. He succeeds George W. Steele, who becomes governor of the Marion home. Life insurance at bargain count.er prices ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 February 1905

I To make room for Reduce Prices on all . HEATIM STOVES Now is your chance to buy at wholesale prices. Watch For My 30 Present Ad. Back's Gash Harduiare, Leader in Low Prices. ! LOCAL AND PERSONAL I Auditor Singrej' is visiting ard transacting business at points in Ohio Miss Susan Lolmaugh is spending a few days with friends at Argos. Mrs. Minerva Himes is the guest of friends and relatives at South Bend. An addition of 243 acres will be made to Lincoln park, Chicago, making it the largest park in that city. Mrs. Jacob Trowbridge is seriously ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. S. McGlothlin in this city. Mrs. F. W. Gee, of Terre Haute was called here by the death of her father, Jacob Trowbridge. Mrs. Charles Hoham, who has been dangerously ill for the last few days is slowly convalesing. Mrs. Mary Bishop has returned to her home at Bremen, after visiting friends and relatives in this city. Joseph Bergman, who is employed in Mishawaka spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. atnd Mrs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 February 1905

SOLDIERS AT HOME, THEY TELL SOME INTERESTING ANECDOTES OF THE WAR. How the B07 of Both Armiei Whiled Away Life in Camp-Foraging Experiences, Tiresome Marches Thriltins Scenes oa the Battlefield. "I can't see yet," said Dan It. Anderson, "where those Russians and Japs have any fun on picket Now, in the old days there was always something doing in the First Kentucky, and it was more exciting in the early days of the war to go on picket than to go scouting. On one occasion while we were in camp at Kanawha Falls, I was detailed for picket with Bob Murphy, Donald Brick, and John Banister, of my own company, and five or six men from other companies. We were sent down the river road and posted at the lower end of the narrows. There was only one post and the reserve held the road. "The picket post was a natural fort, formed by detached rocks that had broken loose from the mountain and fallen so as to make a rock inclosed bastion large enough to hold comfortable five or six men. On the side ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 February 1905

08& A tzUzzz Ccld Creeds CaicnlV Seren Weather, February is a month of severe storms ind intense cold. Even in the South, where the prevailing temperature is much above wintry latitudes, February brings sudden changes of temperature. Mercury sometimes drops 20 degrees In a single night. Therefore, the following health hints re applicable to the whole of North America: Ventilation. The sleeping rooms shou.d be well ventilated, but so as to avoid direct currents of air. Bathing. Those in vigorous health should take a cold water towel bath every morning before breakfast. Thor-e in feeble health should take a brisk dry-towl-rub every morning. Diet The diet should be a generous one. including meat, and occasionally . fresh vegetables. Sunshine, The nights being long and the days short, as much sunshine as possible should be let into the house' during the day. Clothinz. The head should be kept cool at all times. The feet should be kept warm and dry, day and night. Pt-ru-na. Wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 16 February 1905

JWlSSIONAL CARDS. JCHK V. FARRS - LAWYER YOUR BUSINESS SOLlCiTfcb. TELEPHONE 237 d F. I1IXCI1COCK, DENTIST. Mm 1 Coram Block. PLYMOUTH. IND. MONEY I TO LOAN AT SIX PER CENT. (No Commission) I J. A. BOLTER, Plymouth Eues Examined Free! WhM yu are at S.uth Bend consult us about your eres. Glasses Fitted Properly for $1.00 a pair. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Drs. Burk6 & L6montree, 221 3- 3Xlc2a-St S.C.LORING.M.D. OQce over Botworth k Shtmbtugh't In fite Bank Black. Phon 205. ... ,t. je Mfck tri v" .V Vyfi- "jR l ift . 'I Ait islla promptly answered. Offloe hours. to 4 and ItoSo. m. Phone 204. Residence. 314 Center at. , ' PLYMOUTH, - INDIANA A. C. HOLT2EN DORFF C. F. HOLTZEN DORFF, Phjsxians and Surgeons, Oorner M'eMgan ad J1Won Strt Might call answrd. WHAT OAr.7E OF A LETTER. My Dear Aunt Kate : I must tell you the food news. Iligbt after receiving your letter, the day bifore New Year's I started in with new resolutions on the first of the year. I wrcle to Dr. R. V. Pierce, ...

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