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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 July 1905

hhtut VOLUME IV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY. JULY 13, 1905. NO. 40 BUNE r I? Commissioners' Proceedings. The Board of County Commismissioners met in regular session July 5th, 1905, all members being present. County Surveyor Vanvactor presented the report of the ditch petition of Mr. Listenberger in Union township. The Vandalia railroad company, hy their attorney, Samuel Parker, filed a motion to quash the notices of said ditch for the reason that the notices were insufficient. The motion was sustained and it was ordered that new notice be given. County Surveyor Vanvactor filed and presented his report of the William Lawrence ditch in Center township. This ditch being A public benefit and utility, and there being no remonstrance, it was ordered that the ditch be established. The viewers of the Christian Kreiger ditch in Walnut township presented their report. James Thomas, et al remonstrated on the ground that no notice was served on those assessed as provided under the present drai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 July 1905

THE PLYMWnRIBÜNE, PLYMOUTH, 1ND. HENDRICKS Q. CO., . - Publishers. 1905 JULY. 1905 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa" O Q Q O O Q 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 STL. Q. N. M. "T F. Q.F. S 24th. 2ai f) 9thT(V)l6 M 16th. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE. PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD.. J Courts and Crimes Accidents and Fires, Labor and Capital Grain, Stock and Sloney Markets. Eight Men Blown to Pieces. üanisburg (Pa.) special: Eight men were blown to pieces and two others were injured by the premature explosion of a ti blast of rock powder on the Pennsylvania railroad improvements near New Cumberland. The accident occurred directly across the Susquehanna river from the scene of the Pennsylvania railroad wreck on May 11, in which twenty-three persons were killed and many others injured. The bodies of the men were terribly mangled and particles of flesh and bone were scattered for a distance of 200 yards from the scene of the explosion....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 July 1905

By H. V. CHAPTER XIV. (Continued ) Unfolding her enveloping shawl far enough to free her right ann, Lizzy slipped her right hand with a rapid movement and a certain sense of exhilaration that must hare communicated itself to the arm -which it gently clasped. "How very ngreeahle to hare your hand upon iny arm," he said, turning hi3 animated face toward her so that she had a last opportunity to see it clearly in the cone of light thai: had turned with them as far as it could; It turned and now vanished, leaving the darkness doubly intensified. II had made a short pause, in which her answer ought to have been made; but in which she was looking at his face and studying it so intently as not to be able to withdraw her attention sufficiently from the man himself to catch at once the full import of the words. If they were more than a mere empty compliment! That could have been determined by his manner, if she had Btudied the words and the manner together. But he seemed to feel that he had ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 July 1905

i f 4 r Zbc tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFFICE Blssell Bulldlnp, Corner LaPort and Center Streets. Telephone Xo. 27. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. PlymöüthT Indian July 13, 1905. When the railway rate question comes up in congress it is expected that Mr. LaFollette will feel obliged to break tfce iule that a new senator shall remiin quiet for a year or two. Some wise railway men say that waterways help their business, and what is to hinder government regulation of maximum freight) rates from working favorably to all concerned? Mr. Blame's estimate of the value of each immigrant to the United States was 1500. The coming of 12,000 between daylight and dark makes, at that rate, an addition of $18,000,000 for the day's work. The coal mined in the United States since 1814 would make 2433 piles the size of the pyramid of Cheops. Those ancients were spectacu...

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

1-3 REGULAR PRICE SALE German Cooking Vessels' In order to rmre thoroughly introduce the favorite Cooking Ware, The Pottery Company has made an exceptionally low price on one lot of vessels. This enables us to give you Cooking Vessels at One-Third price whi j ey last. Absolutely Fire Proof. Kettles, Coffee Pots, Bakinn Pans, Bean Pots, Self-Basting Roasters, Pie Pans, Gem Pans, Etc. Ladies that take pride in their kitchen should not allow this opportunity to pass. Call and see. luck's Sash Hardware. Leader in Low Prices. Plymouth, Indiana, July 13, 1905. l ä LOCAL NEWS ä k . . L. R. Curtis is home for a few davs with his familv. Mrs. Floyd Bunnell went to to her home at Bourbon Friday Missie Cannon, of Argos is visiting Miss Fav Hess of this city. J. A. Runner has returned to Ft. Wayne. Mrs. Mary Burgener is visiting Aaron Koch, west of the city. Miss Caroline A. Baker is visiting at Orleans, Mich. Frank Ernst has returned from, a week's visit at Lafayette. Miss Mollie McXeff went t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 July 1905

Et Ansel In Booth's Home. In the old-fashioned red painted nouse la the Tillage of Chappaqua liTes EyangeHne Booth, the new commander f the Sal ration army, says the KanBas City Journal. She has leised the 2touse for a year and a half and there, with her secretary, her dogs and her adopted children, she lives a quiet rural life. - Possibly the most Interesting members of the family are the children, three la number, -who are being brought up by the Sanation army leader. One of them lost his mother la the railroad wreck that killed the wife of Commander Booth-Tucker. A second was picked up in New York And the third 13 a waif whose home was in Chappaqua. Eighteen dogs form another lively factor In the Booth menage. Irish terriers, St Bernards and English bulla are among the numbev. Miss Booth drives a good deal and seTeral of the dogs generally form an escort on thesj occasions. Miss Booth maintains the strictest seclusion when in her country home. In fact, there is a rule that no one...

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

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

Endorse Governor Hanly. Last Sunday morning the congregation of the M. E. church unanimously adopted a resolution endorsing Governor Hanly's course in enforcing the laws of of the State of Indiana. The governor was notified of the action of the congregation and courteously acknowledged receipt of the letter as follows: Executive Dept. State of Indiana My Dear Doctor: Permit me to acknowledge the receipt of your very kind letter of the 10th inst. conveying to me the action of your congregation, and to assure you of my greatful appreciation. It is indeed pleasing to know that the policy of the administration has the approval of the thoughtful, considerate citizenship of the state. Please express something to the members of your congregation for their gracious remembrance. Sincerely yours, J. Fran!: Hanly. Rev. John S. Crowder, Plymouth, Indiana. Floods Predicted. "I expect a flood in the states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri and Kansas about July 17," said Weather Prophet Devoe,...

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

i i i i i. t i -Mat. f PTT BUN Recorder's Office feb03 VOLUME IV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1905. NO. A .RI. 1 v MAXINKUCKEE CHAUTAUQUA. Will Open July 20 at Culver Will Close August 10. A very strong program of lectures, singers, musicians, scientists and orchestras, with two programs, have been provided for each day. Th söuvenir is filled with attractive pictures of scenes in and around the grounds, the various lectures, musical .aggregations and incidents in connection with the military academy. Among the lecturers who will be present during the assembly are Dr. D. R. Lucas, Hon. Frank Regan, E. J. Sias, W. G. Smith, Rev. Perry J. Rice, Prof. S. I. Conner, Reno B. AVelbourn, L. H. Stine, Rev. H. h. Herod, Hon. James E. Watson, Rev. Austin Hunter and others. The musical features will be concerts by the Indianapolis Lyric Orchestra, the Barnard family, the Harrington Instrumental quartet, the Gibson-Trotter-Wagner trio, and the Winchell Jubilee Singers. Added to these a...

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

THE PLYjHÄ TRIBUNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q, CO., . . PuhlisLeri. 1805 JULY. 1905 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Q O 9 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 e Ith. 2ni V 9th. Cg16th. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD, j Conrt and Crimes Accidents and Fires, Labor and Capital, Graln( Stock and Money Markets. Indiana Man Drowned While Selnajr. Isaac Morgan, an expert tin plate w orker, was drowned in Big Walnut creek, a mile west of Greencastle, Ind., while scinins? for bass with a part of friends. According to the story told to Coronei Kins, Morgan was helping to drag the seine wh in his foot became entangled in the meshes of the seine and he was pulled beneath the surface of the water, which was about seven feet deep. When the seine was dragged to the bank of the creek Morgan's lifeless body was (angling from the lead line. Dogfish Swallowed Boy. A story which equals the usual warm weather tale3 of ...

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

s L r By H. W. CHAPTER XVI. Continued.) Imaginative boys of fifteen Lave repeatedly precipitated a panic by dathing dwn the Overcoat road with certain news of the rapid approach of the enemy, now that everybody knows that Sandtown is In the lawful and peaceful possession of the Sandtown Circuit Court Judge Jim Skillet upon the bench for the purpose of hearing motions in injunction proceedings, in a vast number of cases of sales to take place on the morrow, unless enjoined. Squads of riflemen marching in no particular order so far as the keeping of step and alignments are concerned but hot a whit the less formidable, be it understood marched or straggled out along the Overcoat road past the fields of halfgrown corn on the one side and the hazelfringed edge of "Wickly's Woods," as the timbered hills upon the left had been christened a year ago. Away to the east along this Junction of bottom prairie and wooded hills there were unwonted movements of men across little patches of corn, or...

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

Established October iu, 19ui. Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFrlCE Bissen Buiid np, Corter LnVort od Center streets. Tt-ltpboce No. 27. Catered at the postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana, as seconc-class tuall c:attr. Plymouth, Indiana, July 20, 1905. The appointment .of Hlihu Root to the first place in the cabinet seems to have put a quietus on the presidential aspirations of some of the lesser lights in the republican party. v S Having been made a "Doctor'' fourteen times, by as many colleges, it is not surprising ihat the President should have .confidence in his ability to . anything that needs curing. Jt Secretary Wilson of the Department of Agriculture, stung by statements of President Hubbard of the New York Cotton Exchange, gives spur to the prosecution of those who make commerce of government secrets. 5 Judge Peter S. Grosscup of Chicago, in an address before the Ohio State Bar Association at Put-in-Bay, yesterday, expressed the beli...

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

HEADQUARTERS FOR Tin ana Glass Fruit Gans, PARAFFINS, SEALING WAX, CAN RUBBER 8 gash Hardware. Bucks Leader in Low Prices. Plymouth, Indiana, July 20, 1905. & LOCAL NEWS & Knox is agitating the maintenance of a band. Mr. and 'Sirs. Clizbe went to Chicago Thursday on business. Miss Shaw of Argos is visiting Miss Pearl Deemer. Miss Alta Garver of Argos, is visiting friends in this city. Trustee Charles Romig of Green township transacted business in this city Thursday. Sheriff Steiner went to South Bend Saturday morning on business Mr arl Shalley of Berne, Ind., is visiting J. F. Hartle and wife for a few days. Samuel Gretzinger left Saturday morning for a visit with relatives at Perrysburg, Ohio. Jacob Carbiener and John R. Dietrich of Bremen, were Plymouth visitors Thursday. Luther Helpman of Warsaw, transacted business in this city Thursday. John Hubbard, who was formerly proprietor of the Argos hotel, was in Plymouth Thursday. Mrs. S. C. Bender has returned ...

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

Four Facts For Sick Women To Considez Lydia E. Pinlham's Vegetable Compoanf Has an Unequalled Recotd of Cures Mrs. 'Pinkhiam's Advice Is Confidential, Free, and ahxtys Helpful First. That almost every operation In our hospitals performed upon women becomes necessary through neglect of pnch symptoms as backache, irregular fend painful menstruation, leucorJhcea, displacements of the uterus, pain in .the side, burning sensation In the stomach, bearing-down pains, nervousness, dizziness and sleeplessness. ' Secoxd. The medicine that holds the record for the largest number of absolute cures of female ills is Lydia E. Pinkham a Vegetable Compound. It regulates, strengthens and cures diseases of the female organism as nothing else can. i For thirty years it has been helping tt omen to be strong, curing backache, inervousness, kidney troubles, alluterto( and ovarian inflammation, weakness and . displacements, regulating 'menstruation perfectly and overcoming its pains. It has also proved it...

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

MAY rfk r BE h USED FROM iY1 THE f yShfc OF yklly BIRTH Physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and chemists throughout the world endorse Cuticura Soap because of its delicate, medicinal, emollient, sanative, and antiseptic properties derived from Cuticura, the great Skin Cure, united with the purest cf cleansing ingredients and most refreshing of tlower odors. For preserving, purifying, and beautifying the skin, as well as for all the purposes of the toilet and bath, Cuticura Soap, assisted by Cuticura Ointment, the great Skin Cure, is priceless. Guaranteed absolutely pure, and may je mM from the hour of birth. Two Hotm !a on ar on price r.sraeTy, a d Toilet Soap for Sic. tot:rr Lfraf Ch Fropa., Borfoa. jraT.ad i im. "liow to Chem. Corp., So bj's Skin, Scaip, and iUir.' lax tu 22 Cream Separator top r- elki 5 SEP PO $25.00 w a aft tha DEC CREAM A RAT OK. rapacity. ZOO Dounda ear boar: SM poundi ca pacity par boar for 329.00: loo poanJs capacity rr hour or J 34. 00. Qvr?.4 to ouf f'?irs Ul...

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

Reform. One of the encouraging signs of the times is the celerity with which certain classes of people respond to the admonitio ns of law officers. Whe:i a' governor or a sheriff or a mayor or a prosecuting attorney shows that he is in earnest there is no more talk of "putting up a fight." The realization that the people are on the side of reform has reached the quasi-criminais of the under world a"nd no men are quicker to accept the inevitable. Chicago Chronicle. Figure it out on a rose leaf and write it with the brew of a lily that nowhere under the great blue dome is there a creature half so pretty as a Kenticky woman, declares the gallant scribe of the Sprirg.'ield (Ky.) Sun. Sne's prettier than an evening star in the shadow of a summer sunset, more inspiring than a thousand songs and as bewitching as a fawn tangled in the vines of a wilderness of ro?e.- She's our hope, our romance, our vine and fig tree the light which enables us to see a million miles beyond the north star. Fo...

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

Recorder's Office feW IT TFT) TT TD) IT TRTTC A IQ) vJ 1 N JLSo 11 11 'VOLUME IV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1905. NO 45. 1ROYAL ARCANUM PROTEST. Meeting of Indiana Councils Unanimously Opposes New Rates. At the meeting of the Ind.'ana councils of the Royal Arcanum Saturday afternoon :n Indianapolis, resolutions were unanimously adopted .against the proposed increase in insurance rates. The resolutions set forth that the Indiana councils request the Supreme tcuncil to withhold the enforcement of the proposed increase in rates until after the meeting of the Supreme council in May, in the meantime giving subordinate councils time to consider the proposition and instruct their representatives to the Supreme council as to the wishes of the subordinate councils. Men of Many Trades Wanted on Isthmus. The United States Cril Service Commission will old examinations in Indianapolis for the Panama service in the near future. For the examinations announced yesterday no educational t...

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

TUE PLYMÜIDTRIBÜNE PLYMOUTH, IND. ,DENDRICKS O CO.. - Pvhlishera. 1905 JULY. 1905 Su 1 Mo Tu We Th Fr t S o o o o o o 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1.6 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 o e o o ß l QlN. M.-T P. Q.F. VJ 24th. z) 2ni i) 9trTC)l6 M 16th. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD, j Coarta and Crimes Accidents and Fires Labor and Capital Grain Stock and Money Markets. Frightful Automobile Accident. The burned body of 14-year-old Olive Johnson of Lima, Ohio, and five other persons, suffering from burns and bruises, were dragged from beneath a burning automobile which plunged into a ditch on the river road about a half-mile east of Broad Ripple, seven miles northeast of Indianapolis, Ind., exploding the gasoline storage tank. C. O. Dale of Indianapolis, who was driving the machine. Is seriouslyburned. The others who sustained severe barns and bruises were Clara Brennan of Muneie, Ind., Inez Brennan and Hazel Orr of Indianapoli...

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

Dy H. W. o CHAPTER XVIIL Continued.) So the forenoon of the second day of the "Railroad War," as it was afterward jestingly denominated by the numerous Iloosiers, wore away. The militia had been out all night, and two half day. And the Overcoat road had beeu ,"kept warm" by the friction of the big bare hoofs of courier horses galloping back and forth. The population of Sandtown, and, in fact, of all the dependent 'districts of the Wabash country, momentarily in expectation of tome startling event, are at length gratified by the appearance of an unusually largo squad of the volunteer couriers. And at once the word goes round, from mouth to mouth, that Coonrod Redden is only a little way back escorting the representative of the Sandtown and Southwestern Railroad the opposing organization to the Sandtown and Northwestern to the court house square, where the sales would proceed at once. Lizzy WIckly and ner mother having gone back to their own little home, so near the very end of the Ov...

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

Established vctober lü, lvnil. Oalj Republican Newspaper iu th County. HENDRICK5& GILLESPIE," FICE Bissel! Bulldir.s;, Corner LaPort and Center ötrvtts. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the potofiice at PI mouth, Indiana, as second-class mU matter. Plymouth, Indiana, July 27, 1805. Tom Lawson wants to put Mr. Rockefeller in the hands of a receiver. From all we ha heard of Mr. Rockefeller, it probably would go pretty hard with the receiver. i& It ir estimated that the forest fire fiend wipes out of existence $23,000000 in property in this country every year. Germany and France guard against forest fires by a system of strict police vigilance. & & The man who tri-jd to a-ssassinate the king of Spain in Paris Is no doubt a hater of monarchy and has the courage of his convictions. But jf given a chance to abolish kings by means of the ballot it would probably require a yoke of oxen to drag the fellow to the polls. jl The decision which places ...

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