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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 May 1905

u Recorder's Office lebos ; I VOLUME IT PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 4 1905. NO. 31 CORNER STONE LAYING. . TELEPHONE LOCK-OUT. EASTERN STAR ORDER. OLD CLOCK IS SOUND. CHURCH SPLIT ON LANGUAGE. GETS FORTUNE FROM GUESS. WALNUT COMMENCEMENT. -An Important Event in the History of Plymouth. Peru Man Thinks He has Solved Par ty Line Difficulty. Proceedings of Grand Chapter Meet ing at Indianapolis. Timepiece 115 Years Old is In Kosci- t usko County Home. French Members of Catholic Congre gation Withdraw. Was Estimate on St. Louis Exposit ion Attendance. The Annual Event Held at Argos Friday Night VIA I ITn TT TTVi TT YTC TTT"S The laying of the corner stone of the new St. Thomas Episcopal church which occurred Sunday, April 30, was a very impressive ceremony and an ventful and momentous occasion in the church history of Plymouth. A large multitude of people of all de nominations witnessed the laying of the corner stone which was done ac cording to the beautiful " and impres sive form p...

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. — 4 May 1905

TUE PLYMOÜTHJRIBUNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS & CO.. - - Publishers. 1905 MAY. 1905 Su Mo Tu Wo Th Fr S i "öT i 3"TTT 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 9 9 & 9 9 9 (TU Q. N. M. "X P. Q.P. M 25th. 3 4th. S) 12th. x ?s 18th. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE.' All Sides and Conditions of Thing are Shown. Nothing Orerlooked to lake it Complete. Vanderbilt Boy Indiana Coal Mines. John S. Bays, acting for a Xew York syndicate, has purchased seven of the best mines in Sullivan county. The considera tion is in the neighborhood of $2,5X,000. The syndicate will take over the property June 1. The mines purchased are: Hymera, North Jackson Hill. Sullivan County Coal Company, Union Coal Com pany and Keller coal mines, owned by j Harder & Hafer, of Chicago, and th'eGlen- dora mine, owned by the W. S. Bogle Coal Company of Chicago. The deal Includes 10,000 acres of Sullivan county coal land. The names of the men interes...

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. — 4 May 1905

CHAPTER XIX- Night came, and found us but midway between Temple and Launceston; for, tho my comrade stepp'd briskly beside me, 'twas useless to put Molly beyond a walk; and, besides, the mare was new from her day's journey. Billy engaged that by sunrise we should be in sight of the King's troops. By daybreak we stood on a ridge aboTe a hollow vale into which the sun did not yet pierce, but passing over to a high conical hill beyond, smote level on line after line of white tents the prettiest sight! 'Twas the enemy there encamp ed on t! top and some way down the sides, the smoke of their trampled watch fires still curling among the gorse bushes. Looking down into valley at our feet, at first I saw t ign of our own troops only the root ! a little town. But here I heard the cl .rch bells clash ing and a drain beating, and presently spied a gleam of arms down among the trees, and then a regiment of foot moving westward along the base tf the hilL It was evident the battle was at hand and...

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. — 4 May 1905

fl GOOD PLAGE Zhc XCribune. Established October 10. li01. Orvly Republican Newspaper in tha Comity. 1 HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFMCE Resell Ruildinz. Primer LnPorte and Center Streets. TeUphx'ie No. 27. Entered at the potnffl?e Plymouth, Indl na, a second-eUs mat) matter. FI) mouth. Ird.. May 4, 1905. Colorado has appropriated $15,000 for a state display at the Lewis and Clark Exposition. The mining inter ests of the state will be largely rep resented. A gift of $10,000,000 "by Andrew Carnegie, to provide annuties for col lege professors, who from old age or other physical disability are no longer able to continue in active ser vice was announced. There is a ginseng farm in Whit ley county, near Shriner lake where 20OC0 plants are growing. It is said that $50.000 are sometimes realized from one acre of ginseng. However, this latter statement looks pretty strong. A traveling man, ignorant of the cigaret law, literally blew smoke in the face of Gov. Hanly in a Logans port hotel, Thu...

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. — 4 May 1905

Cut Your Grass When you can buy A 16-in. Cut Guaranteed Lawn Mower for $2.25 'At BUCK'S A complete line of all kinds. Hall-bearing Mowers, Grass Shears, Lawn Rakes, etc. Cash ! L06AL AND PERSONAL Mrs. Peter Rivers 1 visiting at Lo gansport. Bex Soice is here vlsitiDg relatives and friends. J. Neuter, of Fort Wayne, was here on business. Miss Grace Durr retorjea to Fort "Wane. Miss Irene Ca ratio went to South Bend to visit. Miss Lizzie Cole, of Walnut is vis iting friends In rhis city. Mr. aqd Mrs. C. Barker, 'of TTort Wajne, are visiting friends here. Sasan Howin, of Monterey, is here Yislticg her sister, Marj Widman. Miss EdiUb Housei went to South Bend, where she will visit for a week. James Trowbridge, of Inwood, was in town on dusIdcsh. Miss Letta Listtnfelt, of Inwood. went to South Bend. Frank Soulhworth spent Swday with friends at South Bend. Mrs. Arthur Underwood returned to bet home at South Bend. Mrs.S. A. Brewer went to Chicago to visit friends for several days. Mrs. Mar...

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. — 4 May 1905

WHAT I CAN Twas a lonely little homestead, the home of pioneers. On the wide open prairie, where passed my early years; Sometimes on the threshold harvests with plenty filled the bin, And sometimes on the threshold Hard Times stood peering in Then serious discussions of ways and means occurred, To be finally concluded by my father's cheery word, Whatever we may do without, whatever we may get. There's one thing that is certain, we can do without a deM." Twas a bit of homely wisdom, with a touch of honest pride, Through good or evil fortune it was never set aside; Many summers, many winters, with their shadows and their'sun. With their happy days and sad days, have vanished one by one; Time and Change, the unrelenting, swept the little home away, The open, lonesome prairie is a fruitful field to-day, But the voices of the homestead, I can hear their echoes yet. And what may come or not come, I can do without a debt. Woman's Home Companion. m "TIMES" id iAiuuuia rm ran r.-vt rn rert r...

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. — 4 May 1905

Dyspepsiaof Woman ABSOLUTELY JiEEDLESS AGONY Caosed by Uterlns Disorders and Cured by Lydia E. Piakkam'sYeetabls Compound A great many women suffer with a form of indigestion or dyspepsia which does not seem to yield to ordinary treat ment. While the symptoms seem to be similar to those of ordinary indiges tion, yet the medicines universally pre- scribed do not seem to restore the pa tient's normal condition. Airs. M.Wright Mrs. Pinkham claims that there is a kind of dyspepsia that is caused by a derangement of the female organism, and which, while it causes a disturb ance similar to ordinary indigestion, cannot be relieved without a medicine which not only acts as a stomach tonic, but has peculiar uterine-tonic effects also. As proof of this theory we call at tention to the case of Mrs. Maggie "Wright, Brooklyn, N. Y., who was completely cured by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound after every thing' else had failed. She writes : For two years I suffered with dyspepsia which so ...

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. — 4 May 1905

NEW THOUGHTS. Are Yon GroTrior More Attrictlre cj Yoo Advance ia Life? BY VAIÄNTIKK. P the mind keeps itself occupied wua ngnr, winning it u impos sible to be plain, ugly or un interesting in late life, Mrs Ella Wheeler Wilcox, in "New Thoughts Magazine." "The withered and drawn faces of many indicate with ered emotions and drawn and perverted ambitions. The dried and sallow face tells the story of dried up sympathies and hopes. The furrevred face tells of acid cares eating into the heart,'' "He who understands his own divine nature will grow more beautiful with the pas sing of time. Are you growing more attractive as you advance in life ? Study yourself and answer these questions to your own sorl, for in the answer de- pexds the decision whether yon will really love and trust. Given a healthy body," sa ys Dr. R. V. Pierce, the specialist in woman's dis eases, of Buffalo, N. Y., "and a healthy -mind, and every one can cultivate and enjoy happiness. Riches do not make happiness, nor ...

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. — 11 May 1905

Recorder's Office febO - S V VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 1 1 1905. NO. 32 IMPORTANT COUNCIL MEET ING. PLANTING CORN IS SLOW. RURAL ROUTE DEFICIT. NO SLOT MACHINES THERE. TOWNSHIP COMMENCEMENT. ROAD SUPERVISOR'S LAW. AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT. Paving Ordinance, Telephone Ordi- nance, Snoeberger Proposition. Winter Wheat Most Promising Overstreet Says Service Should be Whole County That Boasts of a Corn- North Township and Lapaz Schools Hold Commencement. Duties of Road Supervisors During the Next Two Years. Muck Lands and How to Make Them Pay. Spring Retarded Maintained Even at a Loss. plete Cleaning up of Them. He 'I V The City Council met in regular session Monday evening May 8, all members being present. The minutes for April 24 were read and approved. A petition of Oliver Rosenberrry to tap Bissel sewer was granted. A petition of Jennie B. Williamson to tap Burkett sewer was read and referred to committee on sewers and drains with power to act. The matter of purchasin...

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. — 11 May 1905

teste THE PLYMOUTIITRIBÜNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q CO.. . . rMi,h. 1905 Th Fr Sa TTT 11 12 13 18 19 20 25 26 27 o o o o o o P. Q.ÄP. M Ho Tu TT 8 9 15 16 22 23 29 30 o o o 7 14 21 28 O 3 10 17 24 31 O PAST AND PEESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information Gathered by the Few for the Enlightenment of the Many. Preacher Charged with Marder. The Rev. U. S. Sutherlin, formerly pastor of the Park Christian Church at New Al bany, Ind., was arrested at Silver Grove, Ind., on a warrant charging him with the murder of his wife. Last October the body of Mrs. Sutherlin was found hanging from a transom in her home and it was supposed to be a case of suicide. Mrs. Sutherlin's father, however, made information before a grand jury recently, charging Kev. Mr. Sutherlin with her murder, and the arrest followed. Mr. and Mrs. Sutherlin had not lived together for some time prior to the time her body was found. Wrecked a Circus Train. A heavy pole, suspended beneath...

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. — 11 May 1905

CHAPTER XXI. I think that till this moment the bully v no ea ni3 assaila31t3 were more than a chance couple of Cornish troop ers. But now seeing the glow of the .burning charcoal on mj face, he fell to peaking calmly. "Good sirs, the game is yours, with care. S'lid! but you hold a pretty hand if only you know how to play it." "Where is she?'1 I again asked. For answer, he looked seaward, where the sloop's lantern lay like a floating tar on the black waters. "What!" cried I. "Mistress Delia in that sloop! And who is with her. pray?' "Why, Elick Dick, to begin With and Reuben Gedses and Jeremy Tjy." "All the knaves left In the pack heaven help her!" I muttered, as I looked toward the light, and my heart beat heav Uy. "Heaven help her!" I said again, and, turning, spied a grin on the cap tain's face. "Under Providence, answered he. your unworthy servant may suffice. But what is my reward to be?" "Your neck." said I, "if I can save It when you are led before the Cornish cap tains." "Tha...

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. — 11 May 1905

Mo LAUER & 'SON Übe tribune. ' Established October li, Ml. Oilr Tlpub!1cJin Newtipayer In the Countj. HENDRICKS & QTLLESP1 e7 OFrlCK-Blsaell Building, Corner LnPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. Catered at the potofflce at Plymouth, ndi- econd-olaa mall matter. Plymouth. Ind.. May II. 1905. Judge Schwaninger of Evansville, in a decision finding James Gales guilty of violating the cigarette law by having cigarettes in his possession declares that the first clause of the law applies to dealers and the second clause applies to those who have cig arettes for private use, because it specifically enumerates all who own or keep cigarettes. Those farmers who have in the past been swindeled by fruit agents will be pleased with a law enacted by the last general assembly, which provides a heavy fine for its violation. Any person selling a fruit tree which af terwards proves to be a different vari ety from that represented shall be, deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon convi...

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. — 11 May 1905

iiMiWiymuii'W ... ..I .i,..,,,,,,,,,....,.,...,. New Screen Doors Screen Wire Screen Windows Price Right. N Look 'em Over Leader in 3C ! LOCAL AND PERSONAL J Mrs. M. Moore went to South Bend to visit. Jula Berger and Emma Nichols re turned to their home at Lapaz. Washington Kelley returned to his home near Ober. Miss Bertha Walders and Cora Kepler are visiting at South Bend Mrs. C. Firestone and Mrs. John Welch went to Valparaiso to visit. Miss Ethel Snowberger of Delphi is the guest of C. W. Metsker and family. The city is extending its water mains on South Street in sothwest Plymouth. Charles Lish returned to his home at Grovertown after a visit with his uncle, H. B. Allen, of this city. Churubusco's municipally -owned water and light plant, that cost $23, 000, was sold this week for $4,800. Alta Sidell returned to her home at Stillwell after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Ida Day west of Plymouth. Mrs. W. H. Lawrence, went to Bourbon where she will visit for sev eral days. Mrs. E....

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. — 11 May 1905

BOLDIERS AT HOME, TH2Y TELL SOME INTERESTING ANECDOTES OF THE WAR. Dow the Boy of Both Armies Whlled Away Life in Camp Foraging Ex periencee, Tiresome Marches Thril- . lias ßcenes 6 the Battlefield. Two or three years ago," said the Boctor, "I wts living in New York, and was engaged In a profitable busi ness. One evening I was seated at a table la a restaurant when a well clressed, elderly man came In from the street walked straight toward me, and said in a low voice: l am in great dis tress. I am at the end of my string. I hare no money, no place to sleep, and I am hungry. What would you advise xae to do? "Of course, I was annoyed, and I showed my annoyance. There was no reason why the man should have sin gled me out "lot such a speech, except, possibly, that I wore the Grand Army button. However, that did not occur to me at the time, and I said jocularly, 1 know what I would do under like circumstances. I would go outside, look for a good sized stone, dutch It firmly In my right h...

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. — 11 May 1905

' . .....-..AJv v j l J " " 4 MRS. MI.V... MCALLISTER. Mrs. Carrie Kins, Darlington, Mo., writes: I hare suffered for years with biliousness, and kidney and liver trouble. "If I caught a littl? cold, the pains were increased and backache and headache were offreqjent occurrence. "However, Peruna cured me twelve bottles made me a healthy woman W. X DOUGLAS MAXI 1 AKD BILLS MOES $3.80 SHOE! THAN AST OTHER MANUTACTTOXa XX THS W0XXO. SIO.OOO REWARD X any miti can disprove tills eteias'.sat. TV. I Donsrla 83.50 iihoes are the crentrt et-llern in the world fe- fne of their excellent atyle, nr fit ting and superior wearing nualltiea. They am just as good as those that root from S5.00 to 87.00. The only dif ference is the price. TV. I Uotiala R3.- A hoes rot more to make, hold their shape better, wear longer, and re of greater value ttan any other f!3J0 shoe on the market to-day. V. L. loualaii jrnarantees their value by stamping: hi name and price on thn bottom o reach shoe. Look for It. Ta...

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. — 11 May 1905

The Mammoth and the Mosquito MORE TROLLEY TALK. Survey of Line From Maxinkuckee to Winona Ordered. What has come to pass in thousand of years seems hardly credible. Primitive man, a weakling in comparison to modern man, was able tfl conquer the huge mon sters of thousands of years ajo, such as the Mammoth, and to-day they are dead forever: yet the mosquito and fly have never been conquered. It is now time for the scientist to devise, methods for killing- the mosquito and flr, so tbt they will fro to join the mammoth and the monster lizards. The mosquitoes and flies are dan gerous enemies df man because they spread contagion. The mosquito often carries tho grerra of malaria with his bite. The house fly spreads germs of disease over our food. These bacterial irerms, ever hunting1 for the weak spot, find a place in our blood, and then we suffer from grip, catarrh, con sumption, or malaria. Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physi cian to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at B...

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. — 18 May 1905

'V o&cCJ de IP TUT HiC VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 18 1905. NO. 83 LYMOU TRIBUNE v. 4 f, i HONOR THEIR CHIEF. Wide Awaka Hose Co. Present Med al to Fred H. Kuhn, .Chisf of Fire Department. Last evening at the City Hall, the members of the Wide Awake Hose Co. worked a complete surprise on Fred II. Kuhn, chief of the Fire De partment of Plymouth and member of the Wide Awnke Hose Co. Last Saturday was tue 21st anniversary of Mr. Kuhn's election as fire trhief and his comrades wishing to show their respect for his ability as a tire fighter and believing that he is the right man in the right place, did so by present ing him with a medal. The medal Is vi. .is of solid gold weighing 22 penny weight . Upon the face is inscribed, 'Chief of Fire Department, Ply mouth, Ind." . On the reverse side "Presented to Fred H. Kuhn by Wide Awake Hose Co., 1003." It is need less to say that Mr. Kuhn is very proud of the medal. He was com pletly taken by surprise and in a few words expr...

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. — 18 May 1905

THE PLYMOUTH TRIBUNE PLYMOUTH, IND. ÜENnnirir a -r ...... - - . rvDiisnera. 1905 MAY. 1905 Su Mo T" 7 8 14 15 21 22 28 29 o o TujWe Th Fr 3a 2 34 5 6" 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 25 26 27 30 31 o o o o o M 18th, PAST AND PEESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information Gathered by the Few for the Enlightenment of the Many. Bloody Fighting: in Philippines. Manila special: Fierce fighting in the past two weeks on the island of Jolo be tween troops under the personal command of Gen. Leonara Wood and an outlaw chief named Kala with 600 followers has resulted in the killing of 300 Moros and loss of seven killed and sixteen w ounded of General Wood's force. Kala and his re maining followers are surrounded in .-. swamp. General Wood, with a detach ment from the Fourteenth cavalry and Sev enteenth, Twenty-second, Twenty-third Infantry and constabulary scouts has driven Kala and his followers into a swamp which has been surrounded. Kala w as a noted war...

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. — 18 May 1905

DIVER CHAPTER XXII (Continued.) We had gone about two hundred yards only when I heard a shout, and glancing over my right shoulder, saw a green ban ner waving on the crest of the road, and gatherd about it the vanguard of the troop some score of dragoons; and these, having caught sight of us, were pausing a moment to watch. The shout presently was follow'd by another; to which I made no answer, but held on my way, with the nose of Delia's horse now level with my stirrup; for I tfuess'd that my dress had already be trayed us. And this was the case; for t the next glance I saw five or six dra goons detach themselves from the main body, and gallop in a direction at an acute angle to ours. On they came, yell ing to us to halt, and scattering over the moor to intercept us. Not choosing, however, to be driven eastward, I kept a straight course and trusted to our horses fleetness to carry us by them, out of reach of their shot. In the pause of their first surprise we had stolen two hundred...

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. — 18 May 1905

ML LAUER & SON I Established October 10. mi. Ouly Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPI E r?siisnss5. ' OFrlCTE Bisscll Bulldinsr, Corner LnPorte and Center Streets. Telt phone No. 27. finterc.il at the postofflce at Pljrcouth, Indi ana, 3 secona-cUss mail matter, Plymouth, Ind., May 18, 1905, if v. J. Bryan is half right in half his theories" why' shouldn't the state or national government take the Commoner and run it? Pope Pius X., in his latest ency clical letter, warns the rich of the world of evils which are becoming prevalent under modern business methods. The preaching of topical sermons is denounced. How in the mischief does Mayor Dunne hope to run the street rail ways in the interest of the public when he can't even now assure the public the use of the streets them selves? An eight hour race of seven big American battleships oft the Atlantic coast was won by the Missouri, t'.ie flagship Alabama finishing so far in the rear that she has gone to Nev...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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