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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 June 1905

hp -5 --JO .IK- Recorder's Office febOl VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1905. NO. 36 'At , s 1l 1 i . i ; i t j 5 i ? THE GOVERNOR Views on tils .lemorlal Day Address On of tht Most Able Addresses Given to tht Citizens of the State of Indiana Nothing is harder than to make the ordinary citizen fully realize the weight of the obligation that rests on him as a citizen of the United States. He is proud of his country, believes in its institutions, cherishes its his tory, but he does not always see that all this binds him to serve it by liv ing his own life on the highest pos sible plane. This is the idea that Gov ernor Hanly sought to enforce in his Memorial 'lay address. He spoke of what this country stands for, of what it means to the world, of how much it has cost in suffering and sacrifice, and then he asked whether we pro posed to dishonor our heritage. The juestion is pertinent. We are bound in honor to be true to the American ideals, and to transmit them undim med ...

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. — 8 June 1905

THE PLYJllOÜTTBIBÜNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS a CO.. - . Publishers. 1905 JUNE. 1905 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Si o 0 g 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 9 (TU Q.N. M.-JN F. Q.F. M Ij 24th. vry Sri V 10th. 17th, PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides and Conditions of Thing are Shown. Nothing Overlooked to make it Complete. An Earthquake Kills Many. Scutari (Albania) special: Reports re ceived in regard to an earthquake which occurred in Montr njrero say that a great deal of damage was done. Over 5'.X) houses were destroyed and in the neighliorhood of 200 persons were killed or injured. Tliero were two distinct shocks and they were felt all over Montengero. This town was almost w iped out of existent by the earth quake. Hundreds of houses were wreck ed and a panic prevails anions the people. Hundreds of people slept outside the town in the open air, many of them having lost their homes, while others were afraid ...

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. — 8 June 1905

ALI The worst feature of the business situation is entirely due to further Chicaaa spreading of labor troubles. With the struggle now carried into productive branches and enforced idleness proba ble among large bodies of workmen, obstruction becomes intensified and re quires prompt relief. Except for the local disturbance trade generally ex hibits strong tone throughout the Chi cago district, and the indications are good for continued industrial prosperi ty with the present difficulty removed. In actual results the week's prog ress affirms the inherent strength of commerce. Money remained in fair demand and bank exchanges made the largest gains during this month, as compared with a year ago. Finan cial conditions here made a healthy showing, investment in improvements gained, and the security market almost trebled in dealings, without any dis quieting change in values. Crop reports played a strong part in the markets for the two leading cere als, and these being mainly unfavor able ...

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. — 8 June 1905

ftbe tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Oülj Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFrlCE Bisell Buildlne. Corner LFort and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the postoffice at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Indiana, June 8, 1905. Machen, "Prince of Grafters," has pleaded guilty. His long bluff thus ends in ignominous failure. It is reported that Tofco sent out a lot of tramp boats to draw the fire of Rojestvensky. Togo probably re members the demoralizing effect of those Doger Bank fishing smacks. President Roosevlt, although dis couraged by Russia's attitude, con tinues his efforts to bring peace in the far East, and is aided by Ger many, Austria and Italy. Bishop Potter is now permitting himself to be named as one of the backers of a New York beer garden. Evidently the good bishop feels pret ty sure of his rlock. After the orncials of the Goldneld (Nevada) bank left for parts un known it was found that they had le...

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. — 8 June 1905

Bind BUCK Always Leads Call and See Me Before You Buy. I Have the Best Goods and Prices. lick s Cash Leader in Plymouth, Indiana, June 8, 1905. i LOCAL NEWS $ Commissioners Court convenes next Monday. Harry Armstrong went to Bour bon on business. Ford Reynolds spent Friday with friends at Bremen. H. B. Whitlock returned to his work at Ligonier. The bo?rd of review will be in ses sion next Monday. Miss Lettie Easterday went to Bourbon where she will visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Windbigler . went to Warsaw to attend the Mas sena funeral. C. L. Switzer and Benjamin Swit zer went to Warsaw Friday to attend the Massena funera. Rev. X. H. Sheppard preached in the Assembly Auditorium at Culver, Sunday, June 4, at 2:30 p. m. There were only eleven marriage licenses issued by County Clerk Jones during the month of May. But watch out for the month of June! James Thayer and wife and son, Walter, W. H. Young and wife and Arthur Leng of Gray's Lake, Illinois, spent Friday at Lake Maxinkuckee...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 June 1905

THE BATTLE-FIELDS. OLD SOLDIERS TALK OVER ARMY EXPERIENCES. The Bine and the Gray Seview lad dent of the I, ate War, and In a t Graphic and Interesting Manner . Tell of Camp, Maren arid Battle "I saw Abraham Lincoln for the first time," said the Captain, "at D. It. Moody's Bible class or Sunday school In the old North Market Hall, '"which stood where the county Jail is now located. This was before the war, iwhen Moody's school of more than a thousand was well organized, and When boys and girls and young men and women from all parts of the city were regular attendants. Moody made it a point to capture distinguished strangers who came to the city and have them visit his classes. "I remember what a contrast there was between the tall Mr. Lincoln In 1SG0 and the short stocky Mr. Moody. I never quite understood how Moody managed his big classes, but I know that all the youngsters hung on his swords wherever they happened to be In the hall, and that they were very demonstrative In their d...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 June 1905

MISS MARIA DUCHARMK. Every Woman in America is Interested in This Young GirVs Experiena. im v-?--Ü: S&V S??5:II 4 f - äl 1 PELVIC CATARRH WAS DESTROYING HER LIFE. PE-RU-NA SAVED HER. Miss Maria Dncharme, 1S2 St. Eliza beth street, Montreal. Can., rrites: "I am satisfied that thousands of women suffer because they do not realize how bad they really need treat ment and feel a natural delicacy in con sulting a physician. "I felt badly for years, had terrible pains, and at times was unable to attend to my daily duties. I tried to cure my self, but finally my attention was called to an advertisement of Peruna in a sirülar case to mine, and I decided to give it a trial. My improvement began as soon as I started to use Peruna and soon I was a. well woman. 1 feel that I owe my life and my health to your wonderful medicine and gratefully acknowledge this fact.1 "Maria Ducharme. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Cclumbu3, Ohio, for free medical advice. All correspo...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 8 June 1905

i REAL ESTRTE TRANSFERS I rCRMSHk? BT GRESSNER & COMPANY Owners of the only Abstract Book in thtf oouuiy. Abstract of title to all lauds In Aiarabali couulj compiled promptly and accurately. Benjamin Easterday an 1 wife wd to Susan Postlethwait, lot no 3 and part of lot 2 sec 21 tp 32 r 1; $3000. Charles A. Reeve wd to Mary F. Reeve, lot 6 and part of lot 5 Bowell and Lampson's plat Pretty Lake;$l. Christian Kastner etal q c d to Catherine Keil, part of n hf of blk 3 Ringle's 2nd add Bremen; $1000. Catherine Keil, etal q c d to Chris tian Kastner e hf of nw q of sec 25 tp 35 r 3; $1000. Isaac S. Witmer wd to I. V. Shene field, ne q of sv q also e hf of nw q of sec 16 tp 34 r 3; $6200. Oliver J. Warner and wife etal wd to Richard Curtis, lot 22 Wickizer's add Argos; $63. Joseph H. Fields wd to Ida May Gibbens, part of lot 2 Burton's add to Bourbon; $160. Geo. W. Carpenter and wife wd to Luella Kebert, part of sw q also part .of nw q of sec 36 tp 34 r 1; $9350. Frank J. Kline wd t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 June 1905

7- TT TT TT T r7 fV TT Vv Tvl TT T7 In a a k m mm w m m ' a bar 1 mm LYMÖU i ld VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 15 1905. NO. 37 J T i !1 . - i THIRTIETH COMMENCEMENT. Dr. J. M. Driver Delivers Powerful Address Clara A. Crater Wins First Honors. The Thirtieth Annual Commence ment exercises of the Plymouth High school occurred Wednesday evening June 7, at the Washington Auditori um. The graduating class of '0312 in number and enrobed in the scho lastic cap and gown preceded by the faculty, speaker of the evening, Rev. Crowder and the school board, en tered the beautifully decorated audi torium to the strains of Reeve's or chestra of Souh Bend. The stage was artistically decorated with the class colors and class llower. The school motto hung over the front part of the stage near the ceiling and the class penant just beneath. Also the many mottoes of the different classes that had previously graduated were decor ated in their respective colors. The large auditorium was crowde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 June 1905

THE PLYMOUTH TRIBÜNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS acaTT Publishers. 1905 JUNE. 1905 Six Mol Tu We Th Fr S o o w o 1 23 4 5 6 7 8 9 10. 11 12 13 14 15 18 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 o o O Q Q o o Vg 24th. Q 3rd. D 10th. i) 17th. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides nd Conditions of Thins are Shown. Nothing Overlooked to make it Complete. $130,000 Fire at Kokomo. One life believed to Lave been lost, $150,000 damage and 225 men bereft of em ployment is the result of a fire of unknown origin, which destroyed the local plant of the National Flint Cass Company known as the Jenkins factory, with $25,000 worth of stock in the extreme south portion of Kokomo, Ind. The loss is covered by in surance. Two firemen were injure? by falling walls. A search of the ruins will be made for the body of Roy JIarbert, who is unaccounted for. Telephones of the fac tory being out of order, the alarm was spread by a man on horseback. The fire department being enga...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 June 1905

By H. VV. CHAPTER VL (Continned.) So far then from an ocular inspection being an essential in a love affair, the tery opposite is probably true. Along rith the full confession of this fact to herself, came something like a feeling of resentment at the -whole conduct of this man Mason. .. That he had foolishly permitted him self to fall in lore with her was so Tery plain a case that everybody had sean it long ago! It was certainly not her fault! No, indeed, nobody could say that of her! Not even the long-tongued gossips of Sand town! True, too, that he had displayed some magnificent qualities of strong, calm manhood in the face of that awful peril of the storm. She could not deny that She had no desire to subtract from his real deserts in the leart. But then, was not this, like his new and wide philoso phy of humanity, a reflection from his superior officer? lie had told her that his strange new rhilosophy was also entertained by Prof. Huntley. And this had contributed much to give i...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 June 1905

TEbe tribune. Ettabllabed October 10, 1901. Oalr Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, gVSZJCSTTTItS. OrrlCK-Blsoell Building, Corner LuPort and Center Streets. Telephon No. 27. Catered at the postoQce at Plymouth, Indi ana, aa aeoond-clasa mall matter. Plymouth, Indiana, June 15, 1905. The most successful men are those who have profited by their mistakes. S A girl likes a promising young man, but others prefer one wlio pays cash. v v vS The absent are like children help less to defend themselves. Charles Reade. v v - New York expects to have a 15 story $15,000,000 hotel with 1,000 rooms. That's at the rate of $1,000 000 per story. v v The man who takes life easy is apt to fall into the habit of taking everything else the same way. S J The Lake Shore railroad company is now talking of putting on a 16 hour train between New York and Chicago if it becomes necessary. w J Jt Secretary of Agriculture Wilson seems to think the cotton growers don't know as much abo...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 June 1905

1 fo) Is) Son dl IP TwSim 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. 3 LOCAL NEWS & t8tq I Mrs. E. A. Ross is visiting friends Mrs. Laura Warnacut returned to her home at Inwood. Mrs. Floyd Bunnell went to Bour bon to visit her mother, Mrs. Meyers. Mrs. Milo Hale of Lafayette, is visiting relatives here. Mrs. Mollie Souder went to Lar well to visit. Oda Bidwell went to Warsaw on a visit. Mrs. Arthur Metzler of Rochester is here visiting frends and relatives. Mr. Jacob Martin of Argos, atten ded the commencement here Wed nesday evening. About 75 Valparaiso Normal Stu dents changed cars here Friday on their way home. Dr. and Mrs. Tabler Howe of Lake ville attended the Alumni reunion last Thursday. John G. Grimm and wife of South Bend attended the Commencement and Alumni Reunion here. Miss Ida Haines left 'today for Brookfield, Mich., where she will re main for two weeks. Ralph R. Jacoby is home from...

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. — 15 June 1905

Hunt In? xbr a Remedy. Hore than one woman, in these ad vanced days, believes she has solved 2ie servant-girl question; but ocea ionally a servant is found who still remains something of a problem. The Kew York Times tells cf one. A woman who had brought a young Colored girl from Virginia went to the Idtchea to give her orders for dinner one day recently, and was amazed to ee.the negress sitting on the floor, "with her hair, or "wool," standing out round her head in a black and shiny nimbus. Not hearing the approach of the mis tress, the servant went on with her occupation, which was pulling one cur Jy lock and then another in a way that suggested that she had either lost a fortune or gone insane. The woman tared a moment, and then exclaimed: "For goodness sakes, Betty, what are you doing?" The maid hastily scrambled to her eet. and answered: "Oh, nothing, ma'am. Only Ts got a sore throat, and was Just tryln to find the lock what would pull man palate up and cure the tickle." It Pay...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 15 June 1905

Signatur of ills Health Was Wrecked, Peruna Cave New Life. . HON. JOHN T1CHC Assemblyman Tlghe's letter should be read by every brain worker leading a strenuous life. Hon. John Tihe, No. OS Hemsen St., Cohoe. N. Y.. Member ' of Assembly from the Fourth, district, Albany county, N. Y., writes as follows: "Perana has my hearty indorsement as a restorative tonic of superior merit. At times when I hare been completely broken down from excess of work, so that my faculties seemed actually at a standstill, Peruna has acted as a healing restorer, starting the machinery of mind and body afresh with new. life and jneTgj. 4I recommend it to a man tired in mind and body as a tonic superior to anything I know of and well worthy serious consideration." J. Tishe. Excess of work so common in out country causes impaired nerves, leading to catarrh and catarrhal nervousness a disease that is responsible for half of all nervous troubles. Peruna cores this trouble because it cures catarrh whereTer locat...

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. — 15 June 1905

fill ESTATE HIM i FURNISHED BT CRESSNER & COMPANY Owr.ers of the oaly Abstract Books tn the oouaty. Abstract of title u all Unda in Marshall oouuty compiled promptly od accurately. William H. Clark etal to Mary J. Hawkins, lot 23 and 129 Elizabeth Duddleson's ad: Culver also part of sec 21 tp 32 r 1; $333. Anna M. Hoham to Caroline A Hartman, s 33 ft of lot 176 orig Ply mouth; $120. Richard M. Currens q c d to Geo Morlock, trustee, 1 hf acre in n hf of s hf of sec 28 tp 33 r 1: $1: Elam Comer etal to Samuel A March w hf of nw h of sec 2S tp 32 r 2; J2000. Sarah Appleton etal by Com com d to Daniel C. Martin, w hf of ne q of sec 11 tp 32 r 3: $1. Leslie Hill and wife to John Far- rel, pare nw q of s .w q of sec 7 tp 34 r 1; $125. Tom M. Neal wd to Cyrus C. Bar ret, w hf ci ne q alsose q of ne q of sec 29 tp 33 r 1; $1200. Consider Cushman and wife wd to Mary E. Davenport, e 1 ft of ne q of se q of sec 33 tp 35 r 2; $23. - Blanche Anderson wd to Christian Manual, ne q of nw q of s...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 June 1905

BW Ii M "n' i - rrn Recorder's Office febOS II MC, VOLUME IV PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY. JUNE 22 1 905. NO. 38. t "'.! lim LYMOUTH RIBUNE 3 J v- 3 5 .-1 .'j J v i if c t Bell Company Wants South Bend' Monopoly. A rumor was current Monday that the Bell Telephone Co., had designs on the independent company of South Bend and was about to buy the inde pendent people out. Just what the rumor amounts to has not yet devel oped. The Bell Co., has 900 'phones in St. Joseph county while the inde pendent company has 3,6C0 and the Bell people want a monopoly of the business there. Sues for $5,000 Damages. Laporte, June 14. In the circuit court this afternoon, Eva Harness, of Rolling Prairie, filed a. suit against the Lake Shore for $3,000 damages. The plaintiff alleges that on May 6 a team she was driving was fright ened by escaping steam from a lo comotive and that the team ran away and injured her. Lots of Blackberries. From present indications all over the county everybody will have plen ty ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 June 1905

THE PLYMOUlIHRIBUl. PLYMOUTH, IND. DCNDRICES Q. CoT T PwMUher. 1905 JUNE. 1905 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr S o o o o 1 23 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 Q Q O (TU (1 Tv N. M. "T P. Q.F. M V2 24th. KhJ 3rd. i) 10th. 17th, PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All SIdre and Conditions of TMns are Shown. Nothing Ore r looked to snake it Complete. Eighteen Killed in Wreck. At least eighteen persons are believed to have been killed and a sore or more in jured in a wreck on the Western Maryland railroad at Patapsco, Md., a small station between Westminster and Finksburg. The fatalities and injuries were to the crews of the engines and to the workmen employed by the railroad. Passenger train No. 5, west bound, was running at a high rate of speed when at the point named it crashed into a double header freight running east. All three of the engines were reduced to scrap iron, the express and baggage. cars and passenger cars were...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 June 1905

WICECSLVS WMB By H. W. O CIIA?TER VIII. (Continued.) Hilly Bller looked very much relieved at something. Probably at the prospect of trouble. Or perhaps that there was no public charge that any of Squire Wlckly's money had gone into his pocket. AJ lh. same moment Lizzy Wickly was aying: " ul don't mind It, father. And you mustn't. We can't make It any better by worrying so over it. And so far ar. the land is concerned" but sh couji hot go oa without a sorl of IpTLsTII or the throat that strangled her for ten sec onds "why, it isn't such a beautiful tract as ajl that. Next time I'll buy a tiarter section in the second bottom prairie. That will be a sensible pur chase, won't It?" Mr. Wickly looked at her with his brews knitted into the sort of lowering frown that had until to-day been un known upon his kindly face. "You don't seem to understand," he raid, harshly and slowly, and with that strange flushing of the whole face that tad made Dr. May shake his head, when be had been called ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 June 1905

1 BL LAUER & Übe tribune Etbllibed October 10, 1901. Oalj Republican Newepaper in the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, . OrriCE-BUsell BuildlE. Corner LaPort and Center Streeta. Telephone Ho. 27. JCatered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indl- ana, u second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Indiana, June 22, 1905. The latest London quotation of ra dium was $S90,000 an ounce. J Every million dollars spent in irri gating the arid lands of the west, preparing them for fruitful fields and countless homes, is better than six millions spent in a battleship. v & It is a pleasure to read that the number of fraudulent firms doing business has been greatly reduced by the vigilance of the postal depart xnent. The work against lotteries has been especially effective. & The vicar of Aberystwith, Wales, addressing his congregaation recent ly, said it was beyond his compre hension how people could offer the Lord a six-cent piece with a hand clothed in a glove that cost one dol lar, which is...

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