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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 May 1905

fO) S n p BUCK Always Leads Call and Sec Me Before You Buy. I Have the Best Goods and Prices. Buck's' Cash Hardware Leader in Low Prices. & LULAL NLWb & t . . t Alice Freeman went to South Bend. C. Colmey spent Sunday in Fort Wayne. Frank Burkett spent Sunday In Ft. Wayne. Mrs. Eli Miller went to Tyner on business. Charles Craig of Nappanee is here visiting relatives. Mrs. E. Kern of Peru is here vis iting Mrs. Samuel Burns. Dr. Ross Axe of Brooks, Ind., Is visiting friends in this city. Miss Edna Pray went to Indianap olis on a visit. Thomas Stack of Tollestone spent Sunday here. Miss Inez Pittman has returned to her home at Atwood. Willard Field spent Sunday with friends in South Bend. Manic Harris and family are mov ing to Anderson. Miss Priscilla Elick went to South Bend to visit. Ben Linkenhelt went to Chicago to see his little daughter Ruth. Mrs. Elizabeth Closson and daugh ter went to Lauton, Michigan. Mrs. Glen Cushman, of Kokomo, is here visiting relatives and frien...

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. — 18 May 1905

SOLDIERS' STORIES. ENTERTAINING REMINISCENCES OF THE WAR. Graphic Account of Stirrins Scenes . "Witnessed on the Battlefield and In Camp Veteran of the Rebellion Be dta Experiences of Thrilling Katar. "The stories of the wounded left on the battle-fields in Manchuria," said the Colonel, "touch us old fellows in a very tender spot The oase of the Japanese soldier who was shot and bayoneted and left on the field, receiv es no attention for several days, re minded me of the case of Charles Ll Clarke, who died here a few days ago. Clarke was as well known on the South Side probably as any veteran of the war, and his story is old- to those who knew him, but now that be is dead It is worth the telling in a way to go on record. "Clarke was a member of company B, Twenty-fourth New York Infantry. His regiment was hotly engaged early on the first day of the second battle of Bull Run, and was driven back. Clarke was wounded In the leg, but, nsing his musket as a crutch, he at tempted to get of...

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. — 18 May 1905

LIEUTENANT BOWMAN. I '.. 1 '.'.SSV '.w V." i- .:s---:-.-:-:-y-i'::-:-:-.:-:-:. Cold Affected Head and Throat Attack AVas Severe. Chas. W. Bowman, 1st Lieut, and Adjt 4th M. S. M. Ca v. Vols., writes from Lanham. Md., as follows: Though somewhat averse to patent medicines, and still more averse to be coming a professional aQdavit iaan, it 6eems only a plain duty in the present instance to add my experience to the columns already written concerning the curative powers of Teruna. "I have been particularly benefited by its use for colds in the bead and throat. 1 have been able to fully cure myself of a. most severe attack in forty-eight hours by its use according to directions. I use it as a preventive whenever threatened with an attack. "Members of my family also use it for like ailments. We are recommend ing it to our friends." C. W. Bowman. Pru-na Contains no Narcotics. One reason why Peruna has found per manent use in so many homes is that it contains no narcotic of any kind. It can...

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. — 18 May 1905

lilllli FURNISHED BT GRESSNER & COMPftHY Owners 6( the only .bract Books In the county. Abstract of title to all Unds In Llarshall county compiled promptly anil accurately. James A and Mary E. Madison vd to Hannah Vangundy, 2 acres in nv q of my q of sec 20 tp 22 r 4; $230. Samuel ai boi - -aw oisosu o o Daniel W. Albert and wife .vd to William and Ada M. Poor, part of lot 9 sec45 tp 33 r 2; 5f490. George V. and Emma E. Ganshorn wd to Simon J. Strauss, n hf of se q of sec 9 tp 33 r 4; $4100.. Angeline and John Ruffing wd to Alonza A. Schoonover, sw q of ne q of sec 1G tp 32 r 2; $10. Alonza A. Schoonover wd to John Ruffing, sw q of ve q of sec 10 tp 32 r 2; $10. ' v . . "Elmer C. Shaffer and wife wd to Charles V. Fribley, part of sw q of sec IS tp 33 r,4;$2)33.00 Fred V. Cook and wife q c d to Samuel E. Medbourn, lot 4G orig plat of Culver; $700. Ephraim F. Hoover and wife q c d to Samuel E. Medbourn, lot 40 in orig plat of Culver; $1.00. James H. Matchett and wife wd to Thayer'...

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. — 25 May 1905

V TT 'S LT?; TT - 7 K R Ps TT, Y I Recorder's Office. VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 25 1905. NO. U Y i "i 1 V Ii MEMORIAL DAY. The First Official Observance was Fron an Order by General John A. Logan May 5, 1868. The first official observance of May 30 as a day for the decoration of the graves of the Union dead followed a proclamation issued from the head quarters of the Grand Army of the Republic on May 5, 1S63, by General John A. Logan, commander in chief. This order read: "The 30th of May, 1863, is desig nated for the purpose of strewing with flowers or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in defense of their country during the late rebellion and whose bodies now lie in almost every city, village, ham let and churchyard in the land. In this observation no form of ceremony is prescribed, but posts and comrades will in their own way arrange such fitting servics and testimonials of res pect as circumstances may permit. "We are organized, comrades, as our ...

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. — 25 May 1905

THE PLYMOUTII TRIBUNE PLYMOUTH, 1ND. utKDRICKS a CO . - Publisher. " f 1905 MAY. 1905 Mo Tu We Th. Fr TTTTT 8 9 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 22 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 o o ooooo V$ 25th. W 4th. j) 12th. Cg 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. "Women Gamblers Raided. A gambling house for women has been raided in West Forty-third street, New York City, by city detectives. Gaming ta bles, roulette wheels, racinz charts and telephones were conficated and the onlv man found on the premises was arrested on the charge of conducting the place. A aozen or more handsomely garbed women c.uiuS eicueuiy over ine Dies wuen the ponce entered. ith screams of alarm mey ran to all parts of the house. Some escaped over the nof, but the others were round m c!o.-ets and in the coal cellar. They pleadetl hard for mercy, and after taking their addresses and reading them a severe lecture, the police al...

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. — 25 May 1905

By H. V. TAYLOR CHAPTER I. Coming back from the small dry goods store that served the government for a postolSce, John Wickly, as everybody familiarly called the head of the Wick ly family, was observed to be moving at a significantly rapid pace, and to have his head extraordinarily high in the air. Mrs. Wickly, at the kitchen table iron las very diligently, saw him through the open window, dumped the smoothing iron suddenly and heavily upon the scorched section of an old and worn blanket and ran through the sitting room and out to the front door. "Now what is it you've got this time. John? You needn't try to hide it. 1 know what it is, sir. I saw you start out of the postofflce on a trot .the minute you broke it open " "Broke oren the postofüce. ma? That's an indictable offense, punishable with fine and imprisonment," called out Miss Lizzie Wickly from her writing table in the sitting room. "Wait till I come and box your ears. Miss Prunes and Miss Prisms. I was talking about the le...

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. — 25 May 1905

1 1 S RS. LAUER & cbe tribune. Oaly Republican Newspaper In tu- County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFKICE Biwll Bullrt'np. Corner L Porte and Center Strt-et. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the potofflce at Plymouth. Indi ana, as second-class mail matter. Plymouth. Ind.. May 25. 1905. Chicago has. tired of government by injunction, and is now trying gov ernment bv "brickbats." Now that an American bank has been established in Panama, the next building in order will be an American penitentiary." A pure white bear has been found in Colorado. Probably one that saw the President, and thought his "time had come." $ Those beef trust employes who are hiding in Canada, may claim they were afraid they would get hurt by the mob if they remained in Chicago. If Mr. Rockefeller is bound to be philanthropic there is an easy way to put off his dilemna. No one could possibly object if he sought to re duce the price of kerosene. A '"dry, invisible, noiseless thunder storm" is reported to have swept...

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. — 25 May 1905

BöBTideip BUCK Always Leads Call and See Me Before You Buy. I Hav the Best Goods and Prices. uck's Cash Leader in LOCAL NEWS I J. V. Parks spent yesterday at Bourbon. - Rev. Cleaver went to Elkhart on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Young went to South Bend. C. C. Durr made a professional trip to Culver. L. G. Capron went to South Bend on business. Mri Frank Shafer of Arcros went to South Bend., Wheat has once, more reached the dollar mark.. in. Chicago. Preston Green of. Lapaz was a Ply mouth today on business. Mrs. Bertha Hoham has returned from a visit at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. C. Blakesley of Fort Wayne are here visiting friends. Albert Pence went to Culver where he will remain for a week. Ralph Whitlock went to Warsaw wh'.-re he will rema'in for some time. Airs. Fannie Freesce of Twin Lakes is here on a visit with her sister. Prof. Tebay of In wood was in Ply mouth Saturday. Mrs. Sarah Stafford went to In wood to visit relatives. James Matchett of Bourbon was in Plymouth on b...

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. — 25 May 1905

he Need of Commercial Schools. The most interesting educational de velopment In Germany to me is the de Telopment of higher commercial edu cation, writes Frank A. Vanderlip in Bcribner's. We recognize that an engi neer or a mechanic will profit by a technical education. There is no longer ft doubt that technical education will enable such a man to outstrip in the long run his fellows who hav; equal ability, but have learned only in the slower and less scientific school of ex perience.. There are as good reasons, I am convinced, for giving the banker or the merchant a technical commercial education. The schools do not turn out a practical engineer, nor will they turn out a practical banker or mer chant, but I believe that there is a great amount of Information needed by a man in commercial life which is ca pable of scientific classification, and can be taught with much greater ef ficiency, and with much less loss of time, in a properly organized school than It can be gathered in the ...

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. — 25 May 1905

- -vi 1 ef ' A Ml 7 ( MTTTYPm KELLER. RESTORED TO HEALTH. THANKS TO PE-RU-NA. Friends Were Alarmed Advised Change of Climate. Miss Mildred Keller, 718 13th street, rs. V., Washington, D. C, writes: "I can safely recommend Peruna for catarrh. I had it for years and it would respond to no kind of treatment, or if it did it was only temporary, and ca the slightest provocation the trouble would come back. ' was In such a state that my friends were alarmed about me, and I was advised to leave this climate. Then I tried Peruna, and to my great Joy found It helped me from the first dose I took, and a few bottles cured me. "It built up my constitution, I re gained my appetite, 'and I feel that I am perfectly well and strong." Mildred Keller. We. hare on file many thousand testi monials like the above. We can give our readers only a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsements Dr. Hartman is receiving. mit:- WHY use hijrh-priced feeds, held artificially high in price by combi...

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. — 25 May 1905

tVUa rn are ct C i to?-'s:i th zt f- r.!.- rj r J :J c - i REAL ESTATE THIIUSFERS I i rÜHNISHED BT in of tbtfocir XbtreV UxjrltsJtT Owner i nam in iitrniLti. m r ii)mniirn Charles R; Herbster and wife vd tö' William H? Herbster, und 1-5 ot lots 1 and 2 in sec bo t'p '33,lr 2; $500. Lewis C. Dillon and wife wd to Thonias Houghtotr, to- a in lot 5 in sec?l61p 32 r 1; Ü000 William B. Calvert and wife wd to Oflihdo F. 'Wafner, lot 18 Spencer's "adaLapazr$SÖÖ.,-": .järnes V. Vangilöer .:;d wife wd.to Bruce S. Artz; e.hf oi se q of sec 31 tp'SS r 2; $4000. . r "Alice W. Peirce wd ,tq .Madora M. Millikan, .part olnc q'of ne q of se 22 tp 32 r 1; $3100. ' . Jessie and Eva A. Keys er wd to Jerry. Keyser, und 1-6 of. sw q of se q of sec 20 tp 33 r 3 also ne q of ne q of sec 29 tp 35vr 3; $110 Jancy J. Higlishew and hus'wd to Jäjnes.H. Matchett, 29.45 a in ne q of sec 27 tp 34 r 3; $1030. Lewis O. Hurford and wife wd to James H. Matchett, w hf of w hf also 20 "a in w hf of sw q of sec 1 tp 33 ...

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. — 1 June 1905

PTT1 "Vkwuer Umce febO-l VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1905. NO. 35 , TM IP LYMOU U7 BUNE II I Up i a V i i) i V "i 1 1 I I V A CADETSHIP IS CAPTURED. A Cadetship is Captured By a New Carlisle Young Man. Yesterday Congressman Brick an nounced the result of the examination of seven young men last Friday for a United States naval cadetship at Annapolis. Creed H. Baucher, of New Carlisle, with the very high percentage of 96, was given the coveted honor. Charles C. Hand of Argos, Mar shall county, was named as first al ternate, with 94 per cent. Jay Calvert, of South Bend, is sec ond alterrate, and Russell Heim, of Plymouth, is named as third alternate. The latter has a brother already in the Annapolis Xaval Academy. The standing of all the candidates named was remarkably high and the material excellent in a physical way. County Treasurer Cannot Collect Money For City Tax Work. The Indiana supreme court yester day held that where a city delivers its tax duplicate to the ...

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. — 1 June 1905

THE PLWinTRIBÜNE PLYMOUTH, IND. Hendricks cl co - . publishers. 1905 JUNE. 1905 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Si o o o u 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 29 30 o o o o o a j 24th.W 3rd. S) lOthAgjnth. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides and Conditions of Thins Shown. Nothing Overlooked to make it Complete, Cincinnati Brokerage Firm Fails. Ilolzman & Co., bankers and brokers, in the Union Trust building, Cincinnati, Ohio, and members of the New York Stock Ex Change, assigned to Lipman & Levi. AF f red Uolzman, a member of the firm, says the assets and liabilities are about equal $100,000. He attributes the embarissment to rumors concerning tho loss of $55,000 from the reserve fund of the German Na tional bank, the recent ran on the Union Trust Company bank and the withdrawal of a former partner. Their main indebted ness is to Cincinnati banks and is amply secured- The causes above mentioned pro duced the withdr...

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. — 1 June 1905

WHO'S By It. VI. o CHAPTER III. "Would you mind taking a little walk with me, Miss Wickly? I want you to ee just what we are doing, and what we are going to do in the way of digging up your park, before we go too far with it. Prof. Huntley mentioned the matter twica last week. And after considering it, we concluded that you ought to see for yourself, and fully understand the situation. We have concluded that our researches must be much more extensive than we at first contemplated. And per haps Prof. nuntley thought that an addi tional compensation ought to be given you under the circumstances: and has made such a statement to the to the Board," said Mr. Mason, on a Saturday afternoon some two weeks after the oc currences detailed in the first chapter. "I wish you would take her away somewhere. Mason," exclaimed John Wickly in mock despair. "She's in one of her teasing moods, and . has been tor menting the life out of me for the last hour. Don't take her, though, unless you are fully...

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. — 1 June 1905

XCbe tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Oalj Republican Newspaper In th Couaty. ""HENDRTCKS & GILLESPIE, OFFICE Blssell Bulldln?, Corner LsPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the postofice at Plymouth, (ndl ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., June I, 1905, Wisconsin is only going to tax her bachelors $10 a year, just to show them how "cheap" they are. With both Grover Cleveland and President Roosevelt working on the job, American, "domestic life" ought to be sufficiently regulated ere long. Mr. Edward Atkinson will doubt less be disappointed, when he goes to church expecting a demonstration of his asseition that a woman can dress on $63 a year. There is a general impression that the beet trust made a "bull" by ad vancing the prices at a time when such action looks like a defiance of the government. The public buying butcher's meat mostly bones is trying to under stand Commissioner Garfield's prop osition that the Beef Trust makes on ly two pe...

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. — 1 June 1905

Ben M. Lauer and Mrs. J. Speyer; 3C 5 o IP T w5 mid BUCK Always Leads Call and See Me Before You Buy. I Have the Best Goods and Prices. uck's Cash Hardware Leader in Low Prices. I & LOCAL NEWS & Arthur O'Keefe went .to Chicago 0.1 business. Mrs. C. V. Riddick and litle daugh ter returned to their home at Wina mac. Mrs. Chas. E. Carter of Logansport is here visiting her father, J. B. Car ter. W. H. Alberts and grandson Ken neth Dibble went to Bourbon on business. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Young expect to sail for Europe in the early part of June. Rev. A. Zilmer will occupy the pul pit in the Church of "God this evening at S o'clock. James R. Bennett of Lavenworth, Kansas is here visiting his niece, Mrs. Jean Marshall. Mrs. Theodore McLaughlin is re ported as quite sick at her home in West Plymouth. Mrs. Dan McDonald has returned from Warsaw, where she was the guest of Mrs. L. C. Wann. Mrs. Richard Siddell returned to her home at Logansport after a visit in this city with her childre...

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. — 1 June 1905

THE FIELD OF BATTLE INCIDENTS AND ANECDOTES OF THE WAR. Tk Veteran of the Rebellion Tell of Whistling Bullr.ts, BrlKht Bayonets, Bantlag Bomb, Bloody Battle C&ctp Fire. FesÜT Bus Etc, Etc "I was surprised," said the Doctor, "that the newspapers didn't give more attention to Field Marshal Oyama's tharacterizatfon of the modern Jap anese army. After explaining that under the old rule military service was limited to the hereditary fighting r soldier class, the general pointed to the result of breaking away from the old rule and calling men of all classes Into the army. lie Insisted that m army Including all classes had a finer national spirit and fought better than the old army made up exclusive ly of professional fighters. 'This Interested me greatly, because It called to mind experiences in the Dnion army of the civil war which il lustrated the processes by which the average man of patriotic impulse was transformed Into a soldier. It is Im possible for the present generation to u...

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. — 1 June 1905

THINK OF IT! This Pretty Matron Had Headache and Backache, and Her Condition Was Serious. PE-RIMMA CURED. , y i V v. 1 MRS. M. BR1CKNER. 99 Eleventh Street, ) Milwaukee, Wis. S "A short time ago I found my con dition very serious. I had headaches, pains In the back, and frequent dizzy spells which grew worse every month. I tried two remedies before Peruna, and was discouraged when I took the first dose, but my courage soon re turned. In less than two months my health was restored. 'Mrs. M. Drlckner. Thp rensnri of go manj failures to FEMALE TROUBLE l0T RECOGNIZED AS CATARRH cure cases simi lar to the above is the fact that diseases peculiar to the female sex are not commonly recognized as beiDg cau?isl by catarrh. Catarrh of one organ is exactly the same as catarrh cf any other organ. What will cure catarrh of the head will nlso cure catarrh of the pelvic organs. I'eruaa cures these cases simply because it cures the catarrh. If you have cat.irrh write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving ...

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. — 1 June 1905

Heal estate tmiisfers I rCRMSHED BT GRESSNER & GOMPflHY Owners of the only Attract Books In the county. Abstract of title to all lands la Marsh tu I county complied promptly and accurately. Lovina T. Bryan, etal vd to Clin ton D. Whisman lot 12 Wickizer's add to Argos; $G93 2-3. Sarah A. Barr etal vd to Florence M. Dear, two lots in Argos in w hf of ne q of sec 20 M R L; $325.00 Rebecca A. Myers vd to Justin E. Myers, e hf of ne q of nv q of sec 35 tp 35 r 1; $1. Minnesota E. Tytus vd to Martha E. Weaver, lot 72 Ewing's add Ply mouth; $160. James H. Matchett and wife vd to John and Dora Krick, lot 13 Linn's add to Bourbon; $63. William T. Davenport and wife vd to Abner Q. Vinnedge, s of RR of se q of ne q of sec 2S tp 35 r 2; $20. Peter Uncapher and wife wd to An drew J. Larson, part of w hf of se q of sec 29 tp 34 r 1; $3550. Elizabeth Kershaw, et?.l q c d to Isaac Reed, lots 3 and 6 and part of lot 7 in block 8 Argos; $3. Thomas J. Walter and wife wd to Theresa Richardson, par...

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