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

FREE! 30 PRESENTS 3 -Climax Steel Ranges 3 o o J2 a o 5 o c OS - The Range that has won 1 Columbia Cylinder Graphophonc. 2 Single Barrel Shot Guns. 12 Family Food Choppers. 12 Family Scales. 1 Ticket With Each 25c Purchase. To be Given Away Dec 30, '05 - Buy Your Hardware, Paints, Fencing, Etc., at Buck's Cash Hardware Leader in Low Prices. I 1 M I i -I I LOGflL AND PERSONAL Talk for greater Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ringgenberg are the guests of friends at South Bcr d. Rev. Crowder is at Rensselaer this week, assisting in a revival meeting. Miss Goldie Smith is the guest of friends andrelatives at Argos for a few days. Mrs. B. C. Styles and M:ss Nora MeDroom have gone to Indianapolis on business. Auditor Singrey has purchased the Allman residence property on Jefferson street. Airs. Louis Galloway is spending a few days with her husband- and other relatives at South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. William Srunk have gone to Chicago, where they will spend several days with friends and relative...

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

"TU volunteers, said the Captain, Vent Into the army In 1S61 t a raeer notions of military service . a the first year of the war I fcford m.r well informed on general subjects contend that a commanding officer could not compel his men to march In the rain or to fight on Sunday or to make a campaign In winter. All these things they declared were in the army regulations, and If any General dared to disrgard them there would be trouble. "Before our company had been six months in the service it had made several forced marches In the rain, bad waded rivers on three different occasions, had fougbt Its bloodiest enCagemtnt on Sunday, and the boys had revised their army regulations to read, 'An officer may do with his men what he pleases, providing always that he licks the enemy.' "At Stone River a captain of the best disciplined company in the regiment ordered his men, retreating Jn line, to stop and pull out a gun ca rlage jammed in between two tree. The captain and two men stepped out en...

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

a A C2EAL7UVOLD AGE OFTEN TUE PEST PART OF LIFE Help for Women Passing Through Clx&nsre of Life Providence has allotted us each at least seventy years In which to fulfill our mission in life, and it is generali j cur own i amt u we die prematurely. Nervous exhaustion invites disease. This statement is the positive truth. When everything becomes a burden and you cannot walk a few blocks wi tiout excessive fatigme, and you break out into Perspiration easily, and your xace nushes, ana you grow excited and shaky at the least provocation, and you cannot bear to be crossed in anything, you are in danger ; your nerves have given out ; you need building up at once ! To build up woman's nervous system and during the period of change of life we know of no better medicine than Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Ilere is an illustration. Mrs. Mary L. Koehce, 3f 1 Garfield Avenue, Chicago, 111., writes: 44 1 have used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for years in my family a...

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

j5- 3 Cells. Tlislr Proper Treatment aal Cure. Commonly, the first symptom of a "cold Is a chilly feeling, accompanied by sneezing, or a tickling in the throat. The most frequent of external causes are draughts, wet or cold feet, or going from hot rooms suddenly into cold ones. More frequently there is an inner cause namely the stagnation of the blood caused by constipation or biliousness. Almost the first symptom is the feeling of cold in the feet and increased discharge from the nose. No one ever takes cold unless constipated, or exhausted, and having what we call mal-nutrition, which is attended with impoverished blood and exhaustion of nerve force. Tonics consisting of large portions of alcohol, iron or cod liver oil do not bring the desired changes in the blood, because they do not enter the system and are not absorbed into the blood, with the exception of the alcohol, which shrivels up the red blood corpuscles when it does come in contact with them.- We recommend the botanical...

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

LYMOUT Recorder's Office VOLUME IY PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 16 1905. NO. 24, TUE RIBUNE OYAMA A VICTOR -Kuropatkin Is Defeated, But Tries to Save His Army. Tokio, March 9, 8 a. m. It is offi ciality announced that the Russians began retreating yesterday morning. The Japanese armies are pursuing them. Tokio, March 8. Advices received liiere indicate that General Kuropat kin is badly beaten in the bloodiest battle of the present war. His forces have been driven into Mookden from the south and west and a big Japanese army on the north bars his retreat to "Tie pass. London, March 9. The Times' St. Petersburg correspondent says that General Kuropatkin received considerable enforcements a few days ago and that it is hoped these fresh troops -Avill stave off a crushing defeat and en able his retreating army to remove stores and guns. St. Petersburg. March 9,3 a. m. The battle of Mookden has resulted in a Russian defeat. Field Marshal Oyama has once more proven himself one of the g...

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

PLYMOUTH, IND. -V. UEKDRICKS a CO.. . . Publishers. 1905 MARCH. 1905 Qu Mo Tu We Th Pr Sa O o O TTTT 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 O O O O O O I 9 V$ 27th. J 6th. I? 14th. C) 2 : M PAST AND PfiESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information Gathered by th Few for the Enlightenment of the Mbot, Med man Mounts and Drives Loco motive. Climbing stealthily aboard a switch eneie on the Illinois Central railroad near Ninety-first street, Chicago, an insane man opened the throttle and ran the machine at fuil speed to Farkside, several miles away. Reversing the lever, he leaped from the locomotive, which fl?w back over the route which had just been traversed and crashed Into another switch engine near the starting point. Both engines were thrown from the track and badly damaged. The enginemen of the second locomotive, having warning of the approach of the runaway, leaped in time and escaied. Awful Tragedy at Denve...

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

LVER 11 CnAITER IV. So puffed was I by the condescension of the two princes arid my head so busy with big thoughts that not till I was rer the bridge and climbing the high ground beyond South Hincksey, with a hrewd northeast wind at my back, could I spare time for a second backward look. I pulled out the letter that Anthony had given me. In the moonlight the brown am ear of his blood was plain to see running across the superscription: To oct trusty and well-beloved Sir Ralph Hopton at our Army in Cornwall these." 'Twas no more than I looked for. w the sight of it and the King's red wal Quickened my step as I set oil again. And I cared not a straw for Dr. Kettle's wrath on the morrow. Having no desire to fall In with any of the royal outposts that lay around Abingdon, I fetched well away to the west, meaning to shape my course for Faringdon, and : into the great Bath road. .Tis not my purpose to describe at any length my itinerary, but rather to reserve my pen for those more moving r...

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

Zhc Ttdbune. EatablUhed October 10, 1901. OrnJj Republican Newspaper In the Coaatj. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFFICE-Blssell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the postoffice at Plymouth, tndl- ana, aa lecond-class mail matter. It is said that the great money lenders of the world have notified Russia and Japan that there has been enough of fighting and the purse strings will now be tightened. If this is true we may expect peace soon. -I Plymouth. InU March 16. 1905. New Political Epoch. A retrospective view reveals to a causual observer that a great change has come about in the political arena. Only a few years ago for a man to accomplish anything in a political way it was necessary, real or imaginary, to get down and grovel in the filth and mire and cater to th'j dictate of the saloon, gambling room managers, and other elements that tended to demoralize our body, politic Fcr a man that expected to be elected to office to oppose this e...

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

FREE! 30 PRESENTS 3- -Climax Steel Ranges -3 -a o o c ' s J2 o 5 to c I I' The Range that has won the confidence of the people 1 Columbia Cylinder Graphophone, 2 Single Barrel Shot Guns. 12 Family Food Choppers. 12 Family Scales. 1 Ticket With Each 25c Purchase. To be Given Avay Dec 30, '05 Buy Your Hardware, Paints, Fencing, Etc., at BugIc's Cash Hardware Leader in Low Prices. LOCAL flHD PERSOflflL Talk for greater Plymouth. J. D. McLaren is seriously ill with pneumonia. Mrs. J. F. Langenbaugh is reported critically ilL Mrs. W. A. Strunk is the guest of friends and relatives at Inwood. Mrs. E. Price is the guest of relatives at South Bend for a few days. Ray Anderson of Plymouth was in Valparaiso today. Valparaiso Messenger. "William Sanner has returned from a few weeks' visit with his parents and other relatives at South Bend. There is very little change in the condition of Otis Patterson today, but he seems to be resting easeir. Mrs. H. L. Singrey has gone to Argos where she will...

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

if i . II V. r i Ü 4 f i it i ! SI i -t I i i 6 ill .'I Hi i An Ostrich ivace. , la selecting ostriches for menageries or zoological gardens, the swiftest tre chosen; not because it will be necessary for them to run in their new quarters, but because swiftness is a rood indication of health and robustness. One of these agents visited a pen of ostriches in Africa. At his call, two beautifr.1 birds came up to him. Being desirous of testing their speed, he arranged with the keeper that they ahould run a race; so he caressed the birds, and showed them a handful of figs, of which they are Tery fond. The ostriches were !eld while the Tisitor walked to a certain distance. At a signal they were set free, and began to run for the figs. They came bounding alcg at a terrific rate, taking twelre or fourteen feet at a strike. They ran neck and neck for more than half the distance, their wings working like arms and making a great ound. Presently one drew ahead, and, looking behind, as a boy in a ...

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

r-'""i ' "V-" 1 - M MISS FLOREiVCE KENAN Miss Florence E. Kenah, 434 Maria "A few months ago I caught a severs tnalned there so persistently that I became alarmed. I took medicine without benefit, until my digestive organs became to ache severely aud frequently. l was advised to try Peruna, and although I bad little faith I felt so sick that I was ready to try anything. It brought me blessed relief at once, and I felt that 1 bad the tight medicine at last. Within three weeks I was completely restored and have enjoyed perfect health since. lnow have the greatest faith in Peruna. " Florence E. Kenah. WOMEN SHOULD BEWARE OF CONTRACTUS CATARRH The cold wind and rain, slash and mud of -winter are esöeciallv conducive to catarrhal derangements. .Few women escape. Upon the first symptom of catching cold Pernna should be taken. It fortifies the sjstem against colds and catarrh. Pe-ru-na for Colds and Catarrh. The following interesting letter givs one young woman's experience with Peruna : M...

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

A Dim Wol'eh Due Teecseltes. "Good actions sprat loader tlian words," SO too, does the testimony of many thou sands oi women aunnjj a third of a century speak louder than mere claims not backed by a guarantee of some kind. That is tue reason why the proprietors of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription are willing to offer $500 reward for women who canI not be cured. Such la remarkable offer is founded on the I lonsr record of mt-m of the diseases and j weaknesses peculiar to women. If thffk fa an trttraMA woman, suffering from female weakness, prolapsus, or falling of womb, or from leu. corrhea who has used Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription without complete success, the proprietors of that medicine would like to hear from such person and it will b- to her advantage to write them as they offer, In perfect good faith, a reward of $500 for any case of the above maladies which they cannot cure. No other medicine for woman's ills is possessed of the unparalleled curative properties that wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 23 March 1905

I TT TT Tv TT Recorder s Ofhce fe! A VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 23 1905. NO. 25 fflK PLYMOUTH RI A i i 1 i -j! 3 I I . i 1 f j :: u i 0 7 ED OTT HEARD FROM. He Says Whiskey Caused Him a Term in Prison. Mrs. Mary E. Hume, of this city, has received a letter from Ed Ott, who is now in the state's prison at Anamosa, Iowa. The letter bears the imprint of the prison and gives the convict's name as Ed O'Brien, but the letter reveals the fact that O'Brien is an assumed name and that the convict is Edward Ott, who was born in Plymouth and grew to manhood here. Ed writes to Mrs. Hume that he saw his name in a Plymouth paper, which chanced to come to the prison and he asked her to inform him about his sisters, Fannie and Millie. The Ott family was in some respects a remarkable one. The father left Mrs. Ott when Ed was a child and left her in poverty to care for a family of two little girls and two smaller boys. Mrs. Ott bravely took up the task and succeeded, being known as o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 23 March 1905

rm jr--.-Tr x t w u m A very practical old lady fron tht country was visiting he? daughter in the city not Ions ago, says Lippincott's, and her young granddaughter was taking her through one of the big department stores on a little shopping tour. "Now," said the old lady to the talesman, "show me some dishes; I want to buy a set." Up In the china department thi clerks had shown a number of dainty, pretty designs, which the old lady had admired, but still seemed to be looking for something else. "This pale green and gold tinted one U pretty, grandma," suggested the yonng girl, "why not get IVT "Well, you see," answered the practical grandmother, "your Aunt Jinnie is a-goin to be married in the fall and I thought I would get her a good serviceable present while I was up here. A black and white flowered set of china is what I want if I could find it Black and white is such servlceable colors, you know, dear, it don't show dirt." An Ex-Sheriff Talks. Scott City, Kan., March 20th. (Speci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 23 March 1905

ALL S!CttVOtM SHOULD READ URS. FOX'S LETTER Ja An Part of the United States Lydia 73. Pinkham Vegetable Compound Haa Effected Similar Cures. ll&ny wonderful cures of f enaale Ills are continually coining to light which glare been brought about by Lydia . Tlnk.ham'8 Yegetabl Compound, and through the advice of Mrs. Plnkham, of Lynn, Mass., which is given to sick women absolutely free of charge. Mrs. Pinlcham has for many years made a study of the ills of her sex; she has consulted with, and advised thousands of suffering women, who to-day oyif not only their health but tren life to her helpf al advice . Mrs. Fannie D. Fox, of 7 Chestnut Street, Bradford, Pa., write : Dear Mrs. Pinkham : l suffered for a long time with womb trouble, and finally was toid by my physician that I had a tumor on the wcmb. I did not want to submit to an operation, so wrote you for ad rice. I received your letter and did as you told me, and to-day I am "mpletely cured. My doctor says the tunnr na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 23 March 1905

XEbe tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HEN DRI CKS & QILLESPIE, OFrlCE Blssell Build In, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth. Ind.. March 16. 1905, With both array and fleet in the east destroyed, Russia may well begin to believe that peace has practically dropped in upon it unannounced. Congress failed to raise the salary of the president and vice-president but they have not shown any signs of striking yet. Ex-governor Durbin denies that he is going to leave Indiana and reside in New Orleans. He says he was born in Indiana and expects to die here. Historians have now proven that Saint Patrick was an editor. We always supposed that there was some unknown reason for the wonderful popularity of the Irish saint. The secret is now out. Russia had agreed to evacuate Manchuria, October 8, 1903. The failure to do this caused the wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 23 March 1905

Experienced Man Take Your For repairs by an experienced Bicycle builder, Xlie best in tlie City, Work fully guaranteed. : : : Headquarters For Tires, Inner Tubes, Cement, Carbide, Etc., In fact a complete line of Sundries. Bring Your Wheel Before the Rush. Buck s Casli X L06AL AND PERSONAL X Talk for greater Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. Holdred are visiting in South Bend. Hon. Henry G. Thayer is again quite sick at his home in this city. Mrs. Ed Young and daughter are visiting at Fort Wayne. Mrs. Bert Bushman has gone to Hammond for a visit of a week. Th Eagle broom factory in this city is turning out as good brooms as are made anywhere. Mrs. Nancy Tigue, of Lafayette, was given a party this week in honor of her 106th birthday. B. R. Johnson, of Crawfordsville, spent Wednesday afternoon and even ing in Plymouth in the interest of Wabash college. Mrs. Lou Suit and two sons have returned to their home at Wanatah, after a visit of almost a week with relatives here. John C Butler has gone to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 23 March 1905

TUE PLY.uOUM TRIBUNE PLYMOUTH, IND ULKOKICKS O CO.. - - PvMishcr. 1905 MARCH. 1905 ßu Ho Tu We Th Fr Si o 1 2 3T" 5 6 7 ö 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 o o o o o EASTERN. Edrd Leonard and James Craig, two employes of the Farbrikord Company of Newburg, N. Y., were killed by an explosion of soluble cotton. The collapse of five buildings under construction in New York is charged to faulty construction and the sudden change from cold to warm weather. i Negotiations are on, it is reported, for the purchase by an eastern syndicate of the Monongahela Hun Consolidated Coal and Ooke Company from the Pittsburg Coal Company. The executive council of the American Federation of Labor, in session at Wash- mgt . adopted a resolution favoring is- suin a charter to the Internationa! Association of Longshoremen. Mary Deluka, a 4-year-old Italian girl, MM M - J 27th. 6th. rJ PAST AND PEESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. ieiejjraphlc Information...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 23 March 1905

i .1 - 1 i CHAPTER TL Let me try to describe that on which my eyes rested as I pushed the door wide. Twas a long room, wainscoted half up the wall in some dark wood, and fax daytime lit by one window only, which now wa hung with red curtains. By the fireplace, where a brisk wood fire pas crackling leaned a young gentlewoman who, as she now turned her eyes upon me. ceased fingering the guitar or mandolin that she held against her waist, and raised her pretty head not without curiosity. Bat 'twas on the table in the center of the chamber that my gaze settled, and on pro men beside it, of whom I must speak more particularly. The elder, who sat in a high-backed chair, was a little, frail, deformed gentleman of about fifty, dressed very richly in dark velvet and furs, and wore on his head a velvet skullcap, around which his white hair stuck up like a ferret's. But the oddest thing about him was a complexion that any maid of sixteen would give her ears for of a pink and prhite so transpar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 23 March 1905

n nn Ann (U OJ Ln n u LH i J .i J 1 Your Attention! Every factory anil mill in the manufacture of its products accumulates MILL ENDS or Loom Ends as they are commonly called. They are short lengths from the looms, generally to 10 yard in length. These short ends are laid aside untill the end of the weaving season; then they are tied up in great bundles and disposed of by weight, so much for a hundred pounds, instead of so much a yard, the price always being less than the actual cost of the raw material they are made from. Loom Ends accumulate in all mills, therefore careful buyers by a persistent system of buying can secure I. jra Ends of every onceivable kind of piece goods that i made. mf&mMw Mil If , loom ENDssjMM mmßmSR Nothing equals it for bargaings A Bargain that will be long remembered Save money by attending our Great Loom End Sale Loom Ends full of worth at economical prices Making prices things move at bargain Quality and Values you'll appreciate at little pri...

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