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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 April 1905

Makes New Furniture Out of Old Anyone Can Put It O it. CALL OR And Get Prompt Delivery LOGflL AND PERSONAL 1 Mrs. M. S. Abbot is visiting her sister at Knox. C. F. Pontious of South Bend, was in the city Monday. Mrs. Whitlock and son Maurice are here from Ligonier. , Mrs. C. Haberkorn is here from Chicago visiting at the Hoham home. Miss Bright Camp has returned to Delphi -where she is teaching school. Judge Bernetha will spend Sunday at his home in Rochester. Mrs.. Mary E. Harris went to Kokomo on a visit. Miss Agnes Jones went to Argos on a vis if. Mrs. G. A. Kleinsmith went to Logansport on business. Mrs. Ella Demons and Mrs. Alva Smith are visiting at Logansport. Chas. Miller of Bremen, is here working in the treasurer's office. Vera Humrichouser has returned from South Bend. Dr. C. F. Holtzendorff made a professional visit to Harris Station. Mrs. C. W- Metsker has gone to Camden to visit for a few days. Mrs. C S. Cleveland has gone on a visit to Mishawaka. Mrs. M. F. Helmuth wh...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 April 1905

THE FIELD OF BATTLE INCIDENTS AND ANECDOTES OF THE WAR. The Veteran of the Rebellion Tell of Wfeiatllas Bullet, Bright BayoMt Buretins Contbe, . Bloody Zettle Cun rir. FMtlT Bnn, Ktc Et "Speaking of panics," said üie Mafor, 'that one In Mukden was not rery Different from some we had In our own army In the Civil War. Given exhausted and excited men, and a crisis In the rear of an army, and there is bound to be a great scare, Involving men and horns and mules. I don't suppose either the Russians or the Japanese run heavily to mules, but in a panic I fancy a thousand or two Chinese coolies would be as unmanageable as that many mnles under similar circumstances. Therefore I conclude the panic in Mukden was not any the better for the absence of mules. "In western Virginia I saw a company that had fought for hours against a regiments of rebs wilt when one of our own regiments dashed up and peppered the boys in the backs. This was tjpnuch, and for the first time that d3f the men on the fir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 April 1905

PE-RU-MA MEASURES UP TO UNCLE SAM "A High Standard is Required of .Any Catarrh Remedy That Has Been Endorsed by .so Many Trustworthy and Prominent People. " f JpIL CDEGINNING SMarch tst and continuing on sale daily until ZMay t5th the WABASH R. R. wtZ sell single trip tickets at Greuth Reduced Kates to points in cAnzonx, Scvxda, California., Oregon, Montana, Utah, Washington and British Columbia, ::: Write nearest Wabash clgent or address C. X CRJINEf General Passenger J gent, St. Louis, Mo. Mes More Mills : .7.00' Iks", '' CAR80KY0C CI f lit Wf Ai Makes More Fat .EKGURSfOHg TO THE FREE GRAUT LAUDS Of VJestemi Canada During the month of March and April, there will be Bxcaralons oa th various. line of railway to the Canadian Waat. Handrads of tboniands of tha bast Wheat and Q razing lands on tha Continent frea to tha settler. Adjoining lands may ba purchased from railway and laa4 companies at reasonable r-ricea. aato ronte.eto, App'7 for Information, to SarerlatMidf-nt of Im mi irr, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 April 1905

0'VVVVVW,VVV'WV'VVVV'V l Hill FCRHIBHID BT GRESSNER & COMPANY Owner of th only Abstract Book In the county. Abstrmc of title to all lands In M&rtball oounlj compiled promptly and accurately. . David E. Snyder and wife to Cornelloas Puntloui aDd wife lot 18 Brouhlees ads to Plymouth 9750. Frederick: Monro and ;wlfe to Louisa Snyder part of e 1-2 sw q sec 9 tp 34 r 1 $100. Rena O. Armstrong etal to Alexander T. Wallace lot 18 In east Plymouth 1,000. Hannah Langenbaugh and busband to Sarah A. ßeam s 1-2 of lot 237 in Polk and Serlngs add to Plymouth 400. Wm. P. Holland and wife to Mary A. Caley lots 7 and 8 works snb div to Plymouth 11,000. Wm. H. English and wife to Lucius A. Larkin 7.23 acres ins nwJlO m r h also 37 a in sec 20 tp 24 r 2 $2,00. Jacob Freed to Susanna Freed s w x 1-4 n w 1-4 sec 27 tp 35 r 1 $1,500. Mary L. Wood and husband to Finley S- Morical s 20 a of e 12 a e 1-4 sec 2 tp 32 r 3 $1,000. Oliver G. Bauer and wife to Franr Kirsch lot 31 oilman...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 April 1905

' J - i PLYMOUTH f t vecordcr's O'filcc ' tebo.l" VOLUME IY PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 20 1905. NO. 29 BLOW K)R QUICK DIVORCE MfrDICAL CONVOCATION MEETING. SURVEYORS ARE WHOLE TttlNG. TOMATO PACK TO BE LIGHT YOUTH INSANE AT WANATAH. TO DIG PANAMA CANAL WITH LABOR ARE YOU GOING TO MARRY? Commission Will First Employ 4.000 as an ExperimentShortts Decided on to Head Panama Railroad. Illinois House Piss tt B 11 to Delay the Next Marriages. Annual Meeting of the Thirteenth I isnet Medical Society. Are Supreme in the Matter of Caring for Ditches Under New Law. Indiana Unncrs Will Not Put Out Large Average. Boy ol Fifteen Imagines Wis Father has Kingly Power. Radical Changes in the Mtthcd ot Prce-dure. i 1 ' i t i 1 4 4 V Springeield, III., April 12. By passing the divorce bill yesterday tbe Illinois bouse did its share in making it more difficult to get out of old matrimonlal bonds aod into new ones. If tbe seuate does as much, it will take u year io all cases and in some cases two...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 April 1905

TaUr are millions of "acres" of arid Xiad upon the globe, much of it, even Trtth the most persistent irrigation, yielding but scantily, and enormous reaches of it devoid of all growth but the cactus, a foe to man and beast; but Mr. Burbank resolved that he would reclaim it, not by Irrigation, though welcoming its aid, but by means of the desert itself the desert and its cactus, Its heat and Its sun. So for a period of over ten years he has worked "With the utmost persistence and skill until at last he has developed a cactus plant which -will convert the desert into a garden. He has made the cactus thornless, taking from Its leaves the hard, woody substance, the spicules, so dangerous to animal life. Hore than this, he has made it adaptable to any climate. It will thrive on the hot desert, but it will grow with marvelous fecundity when irrigated or "when planted in a richer soil. But this is not all of the marvel. He has bred this dreaded scourge of the desert, this pariah among plan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 April 1905

QUEERI OF ACTCESSES PRAISES PE-RU-IM. 444"i44-fr ,y ,t, ,t, MISS JULIA TT J.7.. 4 T I N a recent letter to The Perunf. Medicine Co.. Miss Julia Marlowe, of New York City, writes the following: " am glad to writ a my endorse meat of the great remedy, Peruna, ms a nerve tonic I do SO most heartily." "Julia Atarowe. Nervousnesj is very common among women. This condition is due to Anemic nerre centers. The nerve enters are the reserToirs of nervous Yitalitr. These centers become bloodles for want of proper nutrition. This i3 especially true in the spring season. Every epring a host of invalid! are produced as the direot result of weak nerves. WJiM? 5 :v17 V."-' ' :::;:;'-:::::: , . :? i i : ":.-.vvv.f :s;.; j;-v;-,-t s;-- -Hv:iv(; ,.:.:: :: -.v :.:: . Am mmfffl$$w& : :.'. t : . ? :::?: -t t vw:-. -:-s-:-:-:-:-:':-:-?:-:-:-:5:- . x i?; ' S '" ' :7 :::.V - :: : : x : x-.:-: x,. :-: x-x?--.fti.- W A.Vv"0 k Say Plainly to Your fencer That you want LION COFFEE always, and he, bei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 April 1905

Zbc TLcibune. Established October 10. 1901. O ay Republican Newspaper In h County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFsICE Bissel! Building, Corner LiPorte 1 md Center S'rt et?. Telephone No. 27. . j Äntered at the postoffice at Plymouth, Indl- j n &, aa second-class mall matter. j Plymouth, Ind.. April 20, 1905. In the death of Hon. H. G. j Thayer Plymouth, and northern Indiana loses one of her distinguished citizens. He came to this county in 1S49 and from that! time until sickness' confined him ! to his home and took him away j from the active walks of life, he; was identified with the growth and progress of Plymouth and Marshall county. Politically, socially and commercially Mr. Thayer was a man whose influence went beyond the narrow confines of the locality honored by his life work, and his death is keenly felt by people in all walks of life who knew him and by knowing him had learned to honor and love him. A jjiers Impure blood always shows cnmfTvfirp TP th clrin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 April 1905

' - 'I Makes New Out of Old Anyone Can Put It On CALL OR TELEPHONE BÖGK'S And Get Prompt Delivery : s LOCAL NEWS & i iitiiiftiin .n ' " l nn,niOMUiuuii!.Fcuu.ul t. c day at Walnut. BORN To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel j Ch1nccor crirl ! UWU1VCWV1 Miss Dollie Moore spant last evening at Soutb Uend. Mrs. Fannie Ruth, t as returned to ber borne la Chicago. Dr. John Linqulst of Lincoln Illinois, io here on a visit. G. W. Salsbury has gone to South Bend to visit his daughtarr Laura b'chendel, of Chicago, is here on account of the deatb of her father. Mr. and Mrs. Thistle have returned to their home at Fort Wayne. Mrs. Jan E. Kerr of South Bend visited bereenroute to South Bend. Harry Marvin went to Indianapolis where he will remain fur several day. Mrs. L. Green went to Soutb Bend where she will vit her sn John B. Gr en. Mis.H lda Firestone, of Bjuröm, w is Um &rikst f Mrs. Os.ar baker Tb irs lay altern nm. Mrs Phil Weerimin, of Farm r Citv. Ill , is u;re viiinir ner bruth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 April 1905

THE PLYMniTTRIBUNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q. CO.. - . Pvblishcra. 1905 APRIL. 1905 Su o 2 9 16 23 30 Mo Tu Wei Til o 6 13 20 27 o 7 14 21 28 1 8 15 22 29 3 10 17 24 4 11 18 25 5 12 19 26 ft M- TS R Q.p. m M 4tlL V 121 2th. v y 19th. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO OE. All Bides and Conditions of Thins re Shown. Nothing Overlooked to make it Coziplete, Old Jewelry Robbery Solved. Workmen engaged in cleaning the electric wires in the basement of the Hotel Lahr at Lafayette, Ind., found a box of gold w atches and chains in the cellar. One year ago an express package disappeared mysteriously from the hotel office. It was consigned to a salesman representing a Clevelaad jewelry firm and an attempt was made io recover from the hotel for the loss of the watches. Brigands Kill Soldiers. A dispatch from Körne says: A number of carbineers tried to surround a notorious baud of brigands near Catania, Sicily, and as a result one of the soldiers was killed and two othe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 April 1905

SILVER CHAPTER : V. I lookd up. Below r steeper ridge of the tor a patch of .... had been clearM for tillage; and Lre a yoke of oxen was moving leisure'.y before a plough, while behind followed the wildest shape a woman. She was not calling to me, but to her team; and as 1 put Molly at. the slope, l er chant rose and fell in the mournfullest singsong. So-hoa! Oop Comely Yeat;! oop, then K-oopr I rose in my stirrups and shouted. At this and the sound of hoofs, she stay'd the plough and, hand on hip, looked down the slope. The oxen, softly rattling the chains on their yoke, turn'd their necks and gazed. With sunk head Molly heaved herself up the last few yards and came to a halt with a stagger. I slipp'd out of the saddle and stood, with a hand on it. swaying. "What's thy need, young man that comes t down to Temple wi sworxl adanglin'?" The girl was half dress'd in coarse Backing. She appeared no whit abash'd, but lean'd on the plougr-tail ind regarded me, easy and frank, as a man wou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 April 1905

THE ATTRACTIVE GIRL Much has been written about "the American girl" and her reasons for being pre- eminently tne most attractive girl in the world. In brinirinz no eirls VV motliers can't be to. careful to let ( ineir aaugmers de velop all their natural charms to the utmost The crucial epoch ' y J of a woman's life jjL Ä is the change from t w-i maidenhood to 3- V i -J .womanhood. It Wwtäcr$ involves the whole y"'NVil and manifests ,l. ---4VU itself in the nervous disposition at this time. Nervous or sick women are afforded the opportunity of a lifetime, for the makers of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now offer $500 reward for women who cannot be cured. Backed up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures, a record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to women ever attained, the proprietors of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering to pay $500 in legal money of the United States for any case of Leuco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 April 1905

m-ji Recorder 5 O. v "n PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 27 1905. VOLUME IV NO. 30 MEMORIAL DAY. AN IMPORTANT SESSION. SUNDAY SLHOOL WORKERS. INDIANA CAN SPARE HIM. CIGARETTES IN A DISGUiSE. REBEKAH LODGE REPORT READY. HAS FAITH IN OLD BIBLE. RIBUNE 11 IC - 1 ) . i "V V i k 1 1 ) The Day Sacred to the Memory ot America's Deceased Defenders. Five weeks from this time, Thursday, May 30th. the surviving veterans of the war of. the rebelion will again call the roll of tbeir comraJes who have passed the last muster and gone to that bourne from which no traveler ever returns; and, assisted by the true and loyal people of this country, old and young, male and female, they will decorate with flowers the graves of their fellow comrades, and with appropriate services will recall to mind the sacrifices they made that a union of states might be maintained and liberty, with law and order, might march hand in hand, an object lesson and inspiration to the entire world. . This day should be one of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 April 1905

TUE PLTOUTIITRIBÜNE PLYMOUTH, INE. UENDRICKS a CO.. . . Publiker. 1905 . MAY. 1905 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr 3 o T2 345 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 ooo OQOO CI Q. T N. M. TV F. Q.F. M 25th. z J 4th. y 12th. , gy ISth, PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Bides and Condition of Thing are Shown. Nothing Overlooked to nake it Complete. Female Bandit Forfeits Life. Washington special: Apolona Caetra, a notorious female bandit of Batangas province, in the Philippines, has been killed by the constabulary, according to information received here. She held the rank of lieutenant under Lucio De Vega, the outlaw chief, and led his companies with the skill of a veteran. When a detachment of constabulary scouts, under Lieutenants Vealsquezand Estrella, surprised her in the mountains she refused to surrender, and by the example of her reckless courage, caused her men to stand by her in a fight to the death. IShe dres ed as a man a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 April 1905

CITAPTER XVII. I rang again, and a third time; and now at last came the sound of footsteps shuffling across the court within. The shutter of the grating was slipp'd back and a voice, crack'd as the bell, asked my business. "To see Master Hanibal Tingcomb," answered I. "Thy name?" "He shall hear it in time. Say that I come on business concerning the estate. The voice mutter'd something, and the footsteps went back. I had been kicking my heels there for twenty minutes or more when they returned, and the voice repeated the question ".Thy name?" Being by this time angered, I did a foolish thing; which was to clap the muzzle of my pistol again the grating, close to the fellow's nos Singular to ay, the trick serv'd me. A bolt was slipp'd hastily back and the wicket door opened stealthily. "I want," said I, "room for my horse to pass." Thereupon more grumbling follow'd, and a prodigious creaking of bolts and chains; after which the big gate swung stiffly back. "Sure, you must be worth a de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 April 1905

TEbe tribune. Established October 13. 101. Oalj Republican Newspaper In tne Covt.j HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, 'OFrlCE Btssell Building Comer LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephon 'o. 27. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth,. Ind.. Aprri 27. 1905. The graat wheat corner on May wheat has come to an end with defeat to the bulls, Gates and followers, Armour lead the bear forces. Dowie baring closed a deal for two million acres of land In Mexico, brisk local showers of money are predicted for that district as a convenient way of floating off the mortgage. If you are Inclined to criticise the weather hereabout, Just stop to reflect on the President tramping around in the deep snow of Colorado without a word of complaint. In a contest, Governor Mickey built more feoje than the best workman employed on his farm out in Nebraska. Ambitious politicians would do well to keep a very wideawake eye on Mickey. New Mexico prefers to be a terri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 April 1905

FILE 101 Now is the time to fix your old floors. Here is what you can get at BUCK'S to do it with. Crack or Crevice Filler Floor Paints. Johnson's or Butcher's Wax Jap-a-Lac. L AQUERETTE Varnish and Paint Remover No. 61. Floor Varnish. "Weighted Waxing Brushes. You can make your floors look like new. Call or telephone 82 and get prompt delivery. Buck s Cas Leader in I LOGAL AND PERSONAL George Risb was granted a divorce from Mary E. Risb. Mrs. John Chandler and children went to Warssw to visit her mother. J. F. Girnes returned to his home at Burr Oak. Prof. Hahn made & professional trip to Bourbon. Miss Ivy Hall of Claypoolis visiting friends In this city. ßonald Thompson has returnei from St Louis. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lem Petsel a girl. Mrs. John Mathews Is visiting at Culver. Mrs. W. M. Truax Is visiting at Culver. Mrs. C. C. Durr has returned from a visit at Michigan City. There is ore horse for every three persons in the United States. South Bend public schools emp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 April 1905

CIMPLE WALL DECOR ATIONO, IUw Material and New Ideas for the Xtecoration of Home. . The ityles of home decorations hare omplttely changed in the last few years, ad it is pleasant to say that they hays changed for the better. Time was when ws hung monstrous patterns printed on taper against our walls, and considered them more or less pleasantly. Ii would hardly be fair to say that ws considered them beautiful or artistic. Bat they were the rogue and were put on. The time has come when, with our better methods for interior decoration, better effects can be secured. In wall coverings, whether they be of paint or of kalsomine, , or of Alabastine whatever the material used to coyer the wall the thing desired is that which has the greatest covering power, as well as permanency and beauty of color. Alabastine, a wall covering ground from Alabaster rock which means a hard white rock is the ideal covering for a wall The most beautiful wall decorations in the world , are those which are laid ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 April 1905

CUiM! MiÜSfER Recommends Pe-ru-na Senor Quesada, Cuban Minister to the United States. Senor Quesada. Cuban Minister to the United States, is an orator born. In an article in The Outlook for July, 1S99, by George Kennan, who heard Quesada ipeak at the Esteban Theater, Matanzas, Cuba, he said: "I have seen many audiences under the spell of eloquent speech and in the grip of strong emotional excitement; but I have rarely witnessed such a scene as at the close of Quesada's eulogy upon the dead patriot, Marti." In a letter to The Peruna Medicine Company, written from Washington, D. C, Senor Quesada says: " Peruna I can recommend as a very good medicine. It is an excellent strengthening tonic, and it is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh. "Gonzalo De Quesada. Congressman J. H. Bankhead, of Alabama, one of the most influential members of the House of Representatives, in a letter written from Washington, D. C, gives his endorsement to the great catarrh re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 27 April 1905

r ( V r PERIL IN THE HAND-SHAKE. Not Ion? ago Dr. T. N. Hirsch, of Chicago, said: "The most delicate perfume upon the hands is not a sijrn of freedom from germs, and the most refined are not free from disease of lunjjs or throat, and the grerms are rapidly spread by touching the hand that has handled the handkerchief of one afflicted with a cold, catarrh or consumption. The breath one inhales from the lungs of another may contain germs of disease." You will not only be able to resist the germs of consumption, but many thousands of cases have been known where persons who were suffering from incipient phthisis, or the early stages of consumption were absolutely cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It maintains a person's nutrition by enabling him to eat, retain, digest and assimilate food. overcomes the gastric irritability and symptoms of indigestion, and thus the person is saved from those symptoms of fever, night-sweats, headache, etc., which are so common. An alterative...

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