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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 22 June 1905

BUCK Always Leads Call and See Mc Before You Buy. Have the Best Goods and Prices uck's Cash Leader in Plymouth, Indiana, June 22,-1905. I LOCAL NEVS&l The Samuclsh Road case was b fore the court Thursday. Miss Estella Compton returned to her home at South Bend. Alemeda, Cal., is trying the exper iment of oiling its principal streets. Dr. and Mrs. Kaszer returned Wed nesday evening from their trip in the east. Mrs. Isaac Anderson went to Bour bon to visit her sister, Mrs. Elmer Wilt. Mosher Butler went to Hibbard, where he will viiit relatives for sev eral days. w .Mrs. John Langfelt and children are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. Mortimore of Bourbon. According to the interstate com merce commission, 1,220 railroads have 327,851 stockholders. Mrs. S. A. Pratt went to Etna Green Thursday to see -her broth er, A. D. Johnson, who is sick. The Bremen base ball team defeat ed the Bourbon team yesterday at Bourbon by a score of 7 to 0. The fast train was three minutes ahead of t...

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. — 22 June 1905

, Dealing with Borei. Xn emuslns incident is related of the efforts of certain devotees of bridge at a club in New York to rid tnem elres of unwelcome suggestions as to their style of play vouchsafed by bores who persisted la standing about and looking over the heads of the play er. One evening one of the players, per haps the most skillful of any of the members of the club, could endure the nuisance no longer. Itfslng, he po litely tsked one of the bores to play the hand for him until his return. The bore took the cards, and the player left the room. Soon afterward the second player followed the example of the first The two substitutes played for awhile without observing the lapse of time. Finally one of them called an Attendant and asked: "Where are the gentlemen who were playing here awhPe ago?" The attendant Tlnned. "They're In the next room, sir, playing cards.' SAVED CHILD'S LIFE. Xtemarkabl Cure of Dropsy by DoUd's Kidnej Pills. Sedgwick, Ark., June 19. -The case of W. S. Tay...

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. — 22 June 1905

's-;. It U fine and teilt suit you. Try It. SADIE ROBINSON, Pretty Girl Suffered From Nervousness and Pelvic Catarrh Found Quick Belief in a Few Days. . t'-.-V. V.V-.V , y. fv.- V ,V.V ,V -SV ; .v.v . v.. 'V'v . . ,'.v.v v.-.Hv.. ' s v.Av-i. v.-.v.. ,' V.V..1 NERVOUSNESS AND WEAKNESS CURED BY PE-RU-NA. Miss Sadie Robinson, 4 Rand street, Mal.lea, Mass., writes: "Peruna was- recommended to me about a year aso as an excellent remedy for the troubles peculiar to our sex, and as I found that all that wis said of this medicine was true, I am pleased to en dorse it. 7 bez&n to use It about seven months ago tor weakness and nervousness, caused from overwork and sleepless' ness, and found that in a tew days I began to grow strong, my appetite in -creased and I began to steep better, consequently my nervousness passed sway and the weakness in the pelvic organs soon disappeared and I have been well and strong ever since." Address Dr. S. B. Ilartman, President of the Hartman Sanitarium, Co...

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. — 22 June 1905

I REAL ESTATE IMS i rCTVNISHED BT GRESSNZR & COMPANY . Owners of the only Abstract Books tn the county. Abstract of title to all lands In Marshall county compiled promptly and accurately- Mary E. Barkman and hus wd to Elizabeth Black e hf of lot 8 in Heim's add Bremen; $230. Michael Kelley and wife wd to Cornelius J. Heminger, etal, 3 acres in se cor of w hf of nw q of sec 13 tp 32 r 1; $1. Daniel Speicher and wiGfe wd to A. B. Wickizer etal part of lot 30 orig Plymouth; $1000. Peter J. Fink and wife wd to Vic tor Meyr ne q of neq of sec 31 tp 33 r 1; $2000. Christian Manual and wife wd to Blanche Anderson lots 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 23, 26, 27, 23, 29 Corbin's sub div to Plymouth; $350. James H. Matchett and wife wd to Matt J. Swoverland and wife, lot 5 Linns add-Bourbon; $700. Viola Warner etal wd to Ella Chap ers und q of lot 20 I owry's con add Argos; $200 Mary Kraus dec'd by heirs wd to Ella Chapin, und 3-4 of lot 20 Lowrys con add Argos; $450. Robert P. Do...

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. — 29 June 1905

iriurrc 11 11 I VOLUME IV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1905. NO. :- I :i u if ft) r; iff la I PAVEMUNT CONTRACT LET. W. W. Hatch & Sons Successful Bidders. The common council met in regu lar session Monday evening, June 26, all members being present. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and approved. A petition of J. D. Williams, etal for a sewer on east Sophia street was read and referred to the committee on sewers and rains. A petition of C. J. Eich to tap south Michigan street sewer was granted upon payment of price of tap. He was also granted permission to deposit building material upon the street. A petition of Julius Kietzman to tap Harrison street sewer was grant ed. A petition of Moses Morris etal, for removal of obstructions in cer tain streets in Van Pelts and Corbin's continuation of Cougles addition was read and referred to street and alley committee. Ä petition of J. Swindell and Ere. to construct a manhole on Walnut street read and referred to c...

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. — 29 June 1905

THE PLYMJlinRIBUNR PLYMOUTHflND. Ii END RICK: cTcOlT Publi.lerfc 1905 JULY. 1905 Mo Tu j We Th I?r Sa Q Q I 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 25 26 27 28 29 3 10 17 24 31 Vt 24th. 2nl ) 9th. Cgjicth. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ADOUT THAT WHICH HAS DEEN "AND IS TO BE. All 81dea and Conditions of Thin re Shown. Nothing Overlooked to make it Complete. Many Slain in Riots at Lodz. St. Petersburp: special: The picture of Lodz s "Black Friday fully as appalling as bt. A etersburg's eventful January Sun day, is painted in the reports which are filtering into St. Petersburg with painful slowness. The number of dead and jounued is unknown and the estimates differ very widely." An account taken to Warsaw by courier gives "several hand red working people and sixty soldiers as the number killed Friday, while a dis patch direct from Lodz savs that twenty persons were killed outright, forty died from their wounds, and 1G5 wounded ar sons were taken to hospitals. The dis patch admits that there w...

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. — 29 June 1905

G CHAPTER X.-ContInued. She could not believe it This inau' who hud stood Sunday after Sunday In the little white church, and had talked bo earnestly of the after life In relation to the Infinitely smaller questions of this life! this man "who had first given her so lofty a perception of the character and person of his principal, by revealing a surprising breadth and depth in himself! It could not be that he could slink away from all of them for the base pur pose of Derfectin a villainous scheme to rob the people among whom he had lired continuously for nearly half a year; and whose kindly acts of confident, trustful hospitality had fallen about him like the dews, of heaven, as he had said. It had been said that she had become his only defender. But she could do no less than believe that the assistant and confidante of Prof. Huntley could be nothing less than a sincere and honorable man in all his dealings. Bat why! why! could he not come to her and tell her all? He had shown, and h...

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. — 29 June 1905

LAUER Übe XEtibune. Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & G1LLESR1E, yrr-n'.TgTrr-BR OFrlCE Bisseil Building, Corner LaPort and Center Street. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indi ana, mm aeoond-class mall matter. Plymouth, Indiana, June 9, .1905. There seems to be a general im pression that the man in Chicago who was a capable judge lias proved to be a very incapable mayor. There are a good many phases of the reas ons given for this, but the principal one seems to be that he imagined a number of big things as easy to do as th;nkin' about it. In other words he has been dreaming wrben be thought he was thinking. i$t ijt The Elkhart Review very pertinent ly asks: What has become of the savant who was using so much news paper space and doing so much talk ing a few years ago explaining that the cutting down of forests and drain ing of the lowlands was responsible for the protracted drouths we then were having. The...

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. — 29 June 1905

o) n im (p BUCK Always Leads Call and Sec Mo Before You Buy. Have the Best Goods and Prices uck s Cash Leader in 3C Plymouth, Indiana, Jene 2a, 1905. I LOCAL NEWS & A. N. Cleveland went to Cleveland, Ohio on business. W. F. Raymond znC -.nie have gone to Angola for a week'-s visit. Mrs. L. Greenawalt has returned from a visit at Hanna, M iss Etta Dreibdbis is visiting at the home of W. R. Harris. W. E. Leonard went to Wanatah on business. New potatoes are selling in Indian apolis as low as 50c a büsheL "Miss Ginevra Elliott spent the af ternoon at South Bend Thursday. Archie Wilcox of Chicago is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilcox. Nappanee, it is said, has more ex pensive automobiles than any city of its size in Indiana. Carl Kloepfer has accepted apposi tion as instructor in German, in the public schools of Leavenworth, Kan sas. He has been teaching at Spring field, Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Humphreys of Belle fontaine. Ohio, and Mrs. Bussing ot Warsaw are here...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 29 June 1905

SEVENTY-SIX. S71at heroes from the woodland sprung. When through the fresl: awakened land The thrilling cry of freedom rung. And to the work of warfare strung The yeoman's iron hand! mils flung the cry to hills around. And ocean-mart replied to mart. And streams, wnos springs wer yet un found. Pealed far away the startling sound Into the forest's heart. rhen marched the braTe from rocky steep, From mountain river swift and cold; To borders of the stormy deep. The rales where gathered waters sleep, Sent up the strong and bold, As If the vry earth again Grew quick with God's creating breath, And from the sods of grove and glen, Kose ranks of lion-hearted men To battle to the death. The wife, whose babe first smiled that day, The fair-fond bride of ytster eve, The aged sire and matron gray, Saw the loved warriors baste away, And deemed it sin to grieve. Already had the strife begun; Already blood on Concord's plain Along the springing1 grass had run. And blood had Sowed et Lexington, L...

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. — 29 June 1905

1. -..TZ " Ainn n nnp V I it in TorPrescrYing,PnrifyiDg and Beautifying the Skin, Scalp, Hair, and Hands. Caiirora Soap combine delk-il iodrnl and emoU M propeniea derived from Cuticura, the real Skia Cur, villi tha pureat of cleaniiii, IrwedWut mi th moat refrethtag of üow odor. TroSotpiiigMi'iM jric UM.T. a Medicinal and Toilet Soap to; 26o Potter Dru Cfcetn. Corp., So! Prop, Bo'toa. W AaEed Ire, M AU About Ute fckin. Scalp, and Hair." EUROPE re Kou Going to Europe? Consult R. G. Thompson, Pass, fend Ticket A (cent, Wabash R. IL, Ft. Wayne, lad. Low est current rates quoted, all classes, single and return tickets. Revised sailing lists fur nished on application. Prepaid orders lsswed. Following Atlantic lines represented, rix: crlh Cinria LteytJ Canari1 Lint AaiiriciB Lina iambarx-Amtrtiat French Lin Aostra-Amtricana hit Star Im Aachor Lim loltand tmric Attaetic Traaaaorl f abra lm lid Star Lint Conialoa and C. P. I. Lint Tfcci. Cock 4 Sob, World Tours 6 Daily Trains to Netp York....

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 29 June 1905

Rollo Oglesbee of Laporte, was in Plymouth Wednesday. Captain Morris of Culver, was in Plymouth Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Drummond is here from South Bend on a visit with rel atives. - Chas. Ginty of Ft. Wayne,, spent yesterday and today in this city with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hdlsman of Col umbia City returned to their home Tuesday evening. H enry Aukerman went to South Bend where he will visit relatives un til after the Fourth. Miss Ruth Logan went to South Bend for a visit of several dayj. with Hortense Drummond. The Bremen base ball team was defeated Sunday by the Mishawaka team by the score of 3 to 1. M iss Meta Kuhn returned Tuesday evening from an extended visit with her brother, John, of Oklahoma City. Seventy-six tickets were sold to South Bend Wednesday on account of the Masonic corner-stone laying. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Bryan went to Mishawaka to attend the wedding of his brother, Herbert, which takes place there today. Mrs. Edwin Snyder returned to her home at Bremen We...

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. — 6 July 1905

?" -TMlMj, .5 -det' VOLUME IV. PLYMOUTH , INDIANA, THURSDAY: i rvcw - . -aiS-Är 1 905. NO. 39 it. -'Ii .:) .'WS . '1 K What Happens in Chicago. . A death every 15 minutes. A birth every eight minutes and 27 seconds. -; j A murder every 70 horrsJ A serious accident necessitating nurse's or physician's care, every four minutes. A fatal accident every five hours. A disturbance of the peace to at tract attention every six seconds. A case of assault and battery every 26 minutes. A burglary every six hours. A larcency every 20 minutes. An arrest every seven minutes and A fire every hour. An arrest for drunkenness every 15 -minutes. A marriage every 20 minutes. A case for the coroner every three hours. A new building completed every one hour and 15 minutes. A railroad passenger train arrives every 56 seconds. Sixty passengers, suburban and through, every second at railroad stations. Seventeen thousand gallons of wat er a minute pass through the 1,900 miles of city water mains. One thousand...

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. — 6 July 1905

1 -ft TUE PLYJOÜIÜTRIBp PLYMOUTH, IND. BENDRICKS Q C0.7 Pb!ishers. 1905 JULY, 1905 J5u Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa o o o o o o 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 31 o o o o o VJ 24th. KJ 2nd. S) 9th. Cgyieth, FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD. Courts and Crimes Accidents and Fires, Labor and Capital Qrain Stock and Money Markets. Fighting: Fire at Notre Dame. Ilercxilean fire fighting on the part of priests, brothers, and students at Notre Dame University, South Bend, Ind., un doubtedly prevented a disastrous fire, sev eral being overcome by the strenuous work until the fire department arrived. The fire started in the top fl .- of Seminary hall and was kept from spreading by the slate Mansard roof. Frank Raff, who discovered the blaze, was considerably burned, bruised and cut. Escaping ga3 probably caused the fire. The dame is about $1,000. Shot His Father's Head Off. Edgar Uhl, a well-known saloonkeeper of .Ma...

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. — 6 July 1905

By H. W. TAYLOR CHAPTER XII. (Continued.) The wind increasing almost momenta rily, seemed to be blowing the rain away, for it was not now descending in the white strips and ribbons of water that had swept the woods clean all day. Still there were intervals in which little spurts of rain dashed in their faces, now com ing with the harder wind from the cool northwest. The level meadow that lay between the Redden residence and the edge of the Tillage looked white and liquid as if It were a little lake, or an arm of back water from the Wabash. Across it, and far down into Its seem ing depths glimmered the bright yellow reflections of a few steady lights blazing out of open doors a ad uncurtained win dows, and showfng where other watchers held lonely and anxious vigils on account of those dear to them, and who were In pain and peril. Following as well as she could In the exact steps of her guide, Lizzy managed to keep out of the deeper water and mud, and skirting the grassy side of the l...

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. — 6 July 1905

LAUER & Zbc Uttbime. EatabUahed October 10. 1D01. Only Beputllcan Newtpaper In the Couaty. HENDRICKS & G!LLESPIE PVE1.IS1IERS. OMCE-Blssell Bulldinp, Corner LaPort and Center Street. Telephone No. 27. Cctered at tee postoffice at Plymouth, Indl n. aa econd-cIgg xuall matter. Plymouth, Indiana, July 5, 1905. As a result of the fourth of July celebration in the various cities in the United States there were 3G deaths and 1,677 people injured. v w v John Hay -was the third Sec retary of State who died in office. The others being Abil P. Up sher, of Virginia and Walter Q. Gresham, of Indiana. v v Following the "coreless" apple comes the "vineless, topless, eye less potato, the former from Col orado, and the latter from Mon tana. V. H. Darst, of Great Falls, is the man who puts forth the extraordinary claim of being able to produce potatoes as smooth as apples, without tops or vines. v J Governor Hanly is determined to stop gambling and selling of liquor at the race track in Indi...

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. — 6 July 1905

DC Boots!? TWO im BUCK . Always Leads Call and Sec Mc Before You Buy. Have the Best Goods and Prices lick's Cash hardware Leader in Low Prices. DE ZU Plymouth, Indiana, July 6, 1905. LOCAL NEWS & I Howard Maxwell has returned to his home at Culver. Miss Grace Walters of South Bend is visiting friends here. N. V. Hoover has gone to Racine, Wisconsin, on a business trip. Mrs. Andrew Nif on g went to Mish awaka to visit her son. Miss Mary Baker went to Argos to visit her mother, Mrs. Lavina Bik r. Mrs. Ben Linkenhelt went to Bu chanan Thursday for a week's visif. with friends. Mrs. T. A. Smailes of Et:ia Green visited at he home of her sister, Mrs. Owen Disher Thursday. The voters of Syracuse have turned down a proposition to build a $12,000 school house. Mrs. Dora Miller left Thursday for Decatur, where she will visit her sister for several weeks. Miss Francis Thayer went to Col umbia City for a visit of several weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Wunder lich. Mrs. George Robinson and Mrs. ...

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. — 6 July 1905

Those reports of a proposed rerolt la the Russian army In Manehoorla," cadd the Colonel, "made a good many ld soldiers smile. The idea of any part of an army 5,000 miles from home cutting itself loose from the govern- nent that held transj ortation lines and supplies cs -well as authority, was absurd, br.t tne report was circulated all the same. As a matter of fact It Is not possible for any army organ lied on the modern plan to revolt, but in every war there 13 talk about ar- laica throwing down their arms or re fusing to fight or declining to do this or that, "More such talk was Indulged In concerning the volunteer army of the ... . . ... cmi war than or any other army tnat Tr did any real fighting. The talk I befran la the armv. where It ixassed for mere bluster and extended to the 1 politicians and the people at borne, to J :whom it seemed very menacing Indeed. In the earlier years of the war I was to the engineer corps and wag pretty dose to headquarters.' After Antietam I was ...

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. — 6 July 1905

Ill Complete Externa and Internal Treatment mw mm n n üJiiuib lyiiyiiLiiiaini 0 Consisting of warm baths with to cleanse the skin of crusts and scales, and soften the thickened cuti cle; CUTICURA Oint ment to instantly allay itching, irritation, and inflammation and soothe and heal; and CUTI CURA Pills to cool and cleanse the blood. A Single Set, costing but One DoHif is cfUn sufficient to cure the most tortur ing, disfiguring skin, scalp, and blood humors, eczemas, rashes, itchings, and irritations, with loss of hair, from Infancy to age, when all else fails. 8ol4 thrjrashoiit tha world. Cutletrrs Soap, 25c. Oint foant, 50c, Eeaelrent, 50c ( ia form of Chocolate Coarei pl-a, ifc Pr vial of 60). JJrpclii London, 27 Chart Sooaa 8q. 1 Paria, S Rov da la Pa!z j Boon, 137 Colombo. .t. Potter Dnf A Chrm. Corp., 80! Prop. mr tor ''Uow 10 Cur Xonulug, Dlraria Hamen from latency to Aga." HOT WEATHER COMFORT A FREE BOTTLE OF MULL'S QrapeTonic TO ALL WHO WHITE FOR IT ROW SU'JMER DOWEL TROUBLE...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 6 July 1905

THE WURTH IN PLYMOUTH. Quiet Almon Ai Sunday, But i Fine Program at M. E. Uurch in the Evening. Never in the history of Ply mouth was there so quiet an Independence day as Tuesday. All business houses were closed, half the population was out of town and the small boys left at home seemed to have no fire crackers or other noisy explo sives. There were no ba1 1 games and country people came to town but few flags were displayed and during the day the cessation of business was the only indication of a national holiday. But the patriotic services at the M. E. church in the evening were fitting and appropriate, were en joyed by all who were there and will linger long in the memories of those present as a real Fourth T 1 1 ' A.! oi juiy ceieorauuu. The addresses by Judge Hess and Mr. George H.Thayer came fully up to the expectations, and all who heard them felt that while monuments to the heroes of our glory crowned battlefields are all right, the monument which will withstand the ravages ...

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