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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 August 1905

"Yes" Cliurclies School Houses and Homes CUzH to be decorated and made beautiful and heal thi ol by using A Iloch Cement SKPS4S not rub or scale. L'eatroys disease germs and vermla. No washing cr walls after once apl plied. Any one caa brush it on mix with old water. Plain tinting and whitening:, and -the most elaborate relief, stencil work and frescoing may be done with it. Other finishes bearine fanciful names and mixed with bot water) do not hare the cementing property of Aiabastlne. They are stuck on with f ine or other animal matter, which rota, Oeding disease perms, rubbing, scaling nd spoiling -walls, clothings etc. Such finishes must be washed off evvy year cost ly. tJthy work. Bay Aiabastlne only in n re-pound pcks. properly labeled. Tint card, pretty wall and ceiling design, Hints on Decorating, and our artists' ser Ticea La mating color plana, free. ALABASTTNE COMPANY, Urtzi Rapids, Mich., or IC3 Water St, N. Y. stt An You Thin Pale, weak and nervous psople need a tonic t...

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. — 10 August 1905

l - 1 . - 3 Store .1.4 UR FIRST WEEK of tremendous selling will, from all present indications, be followed by still greater sales. Thousands of people who have already attend ed THIS GIGANTIC SALE of KLOEPFER'S high-grade stock of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Cloaks, Jackets, Ladies' Tailor-made Suits, Skirts, Furnishing Goods, Carpets, Curtains, Queensware, Tinware and Granite-ware, etc., etc., cannot refrain from telling everybody they come in contact with of the truly remarkable bargains they secured. Not days or months, but years will elapse before the people will forget the wonderful values they got at this store. Y the JST'Remember, only three days more Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 10th, ilth and 12th, will this Big Sale last. A marvelous event of Never Duplicated Bargains is to prevail on our entire stock during last three davs. This sale will positively end Saturday, August 12th. The Most Wonderful Bargain-giving Event this county has ever known ! A sale that will prove ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 August 1905

It A )'.N. (y UZ? HEADQUARTERS FOR Tin and Glass frii 6is, PARAFFIHE, ' - S EALING- W AIL, OAH RUBBER ücIc's lash Leader in SUPPLEMENT TO THE PLYMOUTH TRIBUNE. Plymouth, Indiana, August 10, 105. I LOCAL AND PERSONAL I Miss Bessie Smith went to Bour bon yseterday. mts. ii wie riosmer, ot I'lymoutn. : is the guset of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rouch. Rochester Republican. Miss Rose Wentzler went to South Bend yesterday to visit friends for several weeks. Miss Erma Cummins went to War saw yesterday to visit her grand mother, Mrs. M. C. Harter. The South Bend Machine Manu facturing company has been incor porated and will build automobiles. The Eleventh Indiana Battery met in reunion at Robinson Park, in Fort .Wayne, yesterday. The gambling casinos at French Lick and West Baden have been closed and will not be reopened dur ing the Hanly administration. The Bell people are making'a des perate effort to rehabilitate their sub scription list at Mishawaka and are offering provisional free phones. Th...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 August 1905

I L. Q Ebe tribune Established Octoter 10, 1901. RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR. Russian and Japanese peace par ties are received by American offic ials with simple and picturesque cer emonies at Portsmouth, N. II., a quaint New England City which hereafter will be a historic place, and prepare for the great struggle to be gin Wednesday. Project for a representative nation al assembly of Russians, to be elect ed by the people and to have large powers, is approved formally by Em peror Nicholas, and a manifesto pro claiming the decision will be issued Saturday. r HENDRICKS Ä GltLESPIE PÜBU8HER8 Teiepnoue No. 27. GAUM ONE-TURD OF TBI TOTAL DEATHS. Only Republican Newspaper in the Coun t y . OFFICE Bissell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Tele phone 27. When the Kidneys fail to perform their functions properly by not straining out the poison ous waste matter from the blood as it passes through them, the poisons are carried by the circulation to every part of the body, deranging the diff...

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. — 17 August 1905

UTH TRIBUNE HP J L Recorder's Ofnce feboi VOLUME IV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1905. NO 4:0. BRICK AT WINONA. SUED FOR LIBEL. FRENCH LICK CASINO. CONCIL PROCEEDINGS. Indiana Congressman Addresses a Large Audience. A. L. Brick, congressman from this district, was introduced at Winona, by Judge Royse of Warsaw, who made a witty informal speech. Mr. Brick spoke of the national pride of our nation. He described the city of Washington in detail, pay ing tribute to the worth and purity of America's women, particularly thd mother and wife of Washington. He reviewed the history of the United States from the time of the Declar ation of Independence to the present day. The government at Washington, the speaker declared, is just what the American people make it. Wealth he considered not a menace but a benefit to our country where every plow boy has a chance equal to the son of wealth. He urged that tl e memories of the founders of our gov ernment be kept green. The con dition of ...

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. — 17 August 1905

"Mr ike hyaiuum luiutuav V PLYMOUTH, IND. W -W X'N-' w'y- IIEWDIIICKS Cl CO.. Publishers. 1905 AUGUST. 1905 ßu XIo Tu We Tli Fr Sa O Ö1 2"TTT 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 I ) M 2oa ry3Ctb. j 7th. Vyi4th. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD. Confts and Crime Accident nnd Fires, Labor and Capital. Grain, Stock and Money Market. .Leprosy Cure Discovered. American surgeons connected with the board of health of Manila declare that they have discovered a positive cure for leprosy. Of twenty-five cases treated all have im proved, six leases being absolutely cured. Several patients, portions of whose bodies were prone, have recovered. All t the cases bave been under observation for at least six months and it is absolutely im possible to discover a trace of the germs of the disease in the blood of the patients. The method used is a system of X-ray. The surgeons do not desire their names to be mentioned at...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 August 1905

r BY DAVID CHAPTER I. He was waiting to meet his sweet-, heart, and the place appointed for their tryst was the red-painted letter box at the edge of the common. The time of the year was early October It was 9 'clock In the evening. A thick curtain of mist lay on the common, and a full moon was lifting, very large and red, oxer the edge of the distant trees. Ev erything was so quiet just there that the clatter of a suburban car two hun dred yards away wa3 clearly audible. If yon looked to the south you might fancy yourself right in the heart of the country. If you looked north, you saw a long, respectable suburban street, in habited by fcouseholders, but just then as, quiet as the grave, except for the strumming of a solitary piano. East and west the prospect, so far as it could be discerned through the evening darkness and mist, was a jumble of finished and unfinished buildings. In some the house hold lights burned comfortably, and oth ers were as yet unroofed and unglazed, and ope...

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. — 17 August 1905

i XEbe tribune. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, OFFICE Bissell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Tele phone 27. Entered at the Postoffice at Plym outh, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Indiana, August 17, 1905. The more a man knows the less he believes. The older he gets the more he finds he does not know. With age comes experience, with experience comes a consciousness of his ignor ance and weakness. At ten a boy Is willing to learn. At twenty he begins to feel his importance. At twenty five he knows it all and at thirty he is ready to teach the world and run the universe. At forty his experience takes a little conceit out of him. At fifty he will listen to advice, but will still do pretty much his own way. At sixty he finds he is not the powerful man he thought he was. At seventy he concludes that his ignorance over whelms him, and he knows absolutely nothing, and it has taken him a whole life-time to find it out. v ! The man...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 August 1905

Is It Your Own Hair? Do you pin yourlrat to your own hair? Gaa't do it? Haven't enough 3iair? It must be you do not know Aycrs Hair Vigor I Here's an intro duction! May the acquaint ance result in -a heavy growth of richjthick.glossyhair! And we know you'll never be gray. T lvV iVal i .-a.'. fTolv XTiirn fa ti Trtn.t wonderful h.-wrerower th-t wa erer rod. I l hare n-i it for tv tiia iid I ran trotr JuJ'jr i that I am trrt-PXr vi" with it. I ctrf0?T er-"'' ru t n nrepa ratiou." Hs? V. Hr.'K K. W.-Um4, M'ch. A- MA A.o Li.u:uictur?r& or 7 SAK3APARILLA. crosta. Entered at the Postoffice at Plym outh. Indiana as -second-class matter. & LOCAL NEWS ä I Mrs. C. P. Drummond of South Bend is visiting relatives in this chy. Joseph Sapp and family have mov ed back to Pl3'mouth from Hanna. Mrs. H. H. Bonbam Is visiting rel ativs at -Avaiii, Ind. J. C. Bunnell has purchased & new up-to-date' hearse. The Reformed Sunday School pic niced at Pretty lake Thursday. Mrs. Albertus Coffee of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 August 1905

1 For six months after the fa'l of VIcksburg and Port Hudson, Missis sippi swarmed with Confederates. They still had possession of the great railroads that crossed each other at Meridian. To destroy these railroads &n expe dition was sent, in command of Gen. Bherman, Feb. 3, 18G4. It set out from Tlcksburg In light marching order. The soldiers who contributed the force of nearly 23,000 men were from Mc pherson's and Hurlburt's corps. Both these commanders accompanied the ex pedition. The cavalry was chiefly composed of the united commands of General W. Sooy Smith and General "Ben" Grier son in all 7,000 men. The cavalry started from Memphis, and were un der strict orders to join Sherman at Meridian not later than Feb. 10. They were to march to the south through Tontotoc, Okolona and Columbus. In December, 1SC3, Bishop Tolk had been put- in command of the Confed erate department of the Southwest He had in his department nearly 13, 000 men. Nine thousand were infantry under . Gene...

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. — 17 August 1905

Lowesi Excursion Rates cf the Ssason to iagaraFalIs,N.Y, ALEXANDRIA BAY, N. Y. TORONTO, ONT., and MONTREAL,. QUE.'. THURSDAY, AUGUST. 17, '.05 Extremeljr low rates for side trips from Niagara Falls Stop over at Detroit given on return trip Tickets eood going only on special trains of above date, and good returning until August 20th; but may be extended to return as late as August 23th by deposit of ticket with Joint Agent at Niagara Falls and payment of 25 cents extension fee. Ask "Wabash Ticket Agents for Booklet giving full particulars Haftet' CHICAGO, FT. WAYNE, rOS TOR1A, F1NDLAY, CLEVELAND, BUFFALO, NL:W YORK, BOSTON l AND ALL POINTS EAST and WEST Reached Most Quickly and Comfortably via the Plickel Plate Road. Three Expres9 Trains every day in the year. Thru Pullman Sleeping Cars to Chicago, New York and Boston. Comfortable high back seal c0e.ch.e3 and modem Dining Cars serving mealj on Individual Club Plan ranjjlnjr in prices Iro.n 35c to $1.00. Also a la Carte service. Color...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 August 1905

MARRIED. Smith Feller. The marriage of Miss Bessie Smith, daughter of D. C. Smith of this city, and Thomas Feller, of Fort Wayne, took place Monday evening at 6 o' clock, on the veranda of the toride's home in southwest Plymouth, Rev. Geo. A. Pflug officiating. The veranda was nicely decorated with ferns and waterlillies. The bride's sister Miss Eya Smith, and Miss Lottie Suseland acted as brides maids and Mr. Fred Cohin of Fort Wayne as best man. About thirty relatives and friends were present. After the marriage an elaborate luncheon xvs serrert The bride's boquet was caught by Miss Lura Wilson. The bride being trre first of the young ladies of the O. N. T. club to be married, the members of that club together with their gen tleman friends had planned a good time. The young ladies succeeded in getting the bride in a cab ana drove to Albert's Hall. The yonng men hand cuffed Mr. Feller and after some forcible resistance also succeeded in reachnig the same destination where a dance w...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 August 1905

HEADQUARTERS FOR ISrfs :fes5i Leader In .Low Prices. Plymouth, Indiana, .August .17, IS05. SUPPLEMENT TO THE PLYMOUTH TRIBUNE. L06AL -AND -f HlS0NflL Charles Fissel of Fort Wayne, vis ited friends here Tuesday. A. T. Slayter of Argos, transacted business here Wednesday. The Marshall Circuit Court will convene September 18. Gene Spangler of Indianapolis, was in Plymouth Wednesday. The Spitler and Myers families are planning a family reunion. at Twin Lakes to be held in the .near future. Mr. Harshberger, watchman at the Liberty street railroad crossing, is off duty on acount of sickness. Mrs. Isaac Wireman of Hibbard, is here visiting her son. Sheriff Stein er. Rev. S. McNeeley of Tiosa, is vis iting his son, Jesse McNeeley and family, of this city. Prof. Martin Anstead who has been visiting N. B. Aspinall for the past several days, returned 'o his home. at Asthabula.Obio. The Valparaiso Vi Jette wants its city officers to serve without salary until the municipality can free itself fr...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 August 1905

- ; r n Gbe tribune. HENDRICKS ß G1XI,ESPIE PÜBLISHEK8 Tclepnone Ho. 27. SUBSCRIPTION: Per wek. lOo, delivered b j carrier. Single copies. 2o. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. OFFICE Bissell Building. Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Tele phone 27. Entered at the Postoffice at Plyra outh, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Indiana, August 17, 1905. RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR. PEACE HOPES FAINT. Failure May Come in Forty-Eight Hours. A special to the Chicago Record, dated August 15. says "The critical moment is near at hand. Within for ty-eight hours we should know whether the outcome is to be success or failure, peace or war. All indica tions art that it is to be the latter, but hope is not yet lost. How much money Russia is to pay Japan and in what form is the over shadowing problem. Qusetions of secondary importance are disposed of or laid aside in framing the basis of negotiation, while waiting the cru cial test over the question of ques tions, the indemnity. In preparat...

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. — 24 August 1905

1 - j.-j- mr- i ifce.ws9ie HI P. .K. Recorder's Utnce ieuu 1 XV PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1905. NO 46. VOLUME IV. LYMOUTMl TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. .A Large Attendance at Opening Ses sion. The Thirty-third annual Marshall County Teachers' Institute began its -opening session promptly at 9:30 o'clock Monday morning with a large attendance, 176 teachers from the dif ferent townships of the county reg istering with the secretary. Count; Superintendent Marks is chairman of the Institute and Miss Maude Mon roe secretary. The Invocation was given by Rev. N. S. Sheppard of the :Christiian church. Mayor H. A. Lo gan in a five minutes address heartily welcomed the teachers to Plymouth, giving them for the week, the use and freedom of the city. The response to the address of welcome, on the part of Charles W. Heim, was a prophecy that the teachers would do as the Mayor directed and an ex pression of their thanks for the courtesy shown them by the city of Plymouth. Miss Ida M. Haines...

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. — 24 August 1905

yrK J- JOT Irr-, . 1 THE PL Y AIOUTDtlUBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q. CO.. - - Publishers. 1905 AUGUST. 1905 Sa 5 12 19 26 o o 23d W3Cth j) 7th. Cg?14tb, FEATURES 0: INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE. PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD., f Court and Crime. Accidents and Fires, Labor and Capital. Grain Stock and Money Market. Venezuela to Fight the Yankees. It has been reported that Venezuela has placed orders in Europe for two torpedo boats, with guns and ammunition at the cost of $2,500,000, a larger amount than that little South American republic has ever expended at one time for war materials. An American, who has just returned from Venezuela, is authority for the statement that President Castro recently declared that he was going uto fight the Yankees," which explains the unusual order for ships, arms and ammunition. It is reported that when the Venezuelan chief executive heard of the appointment recently of Judge Calhoun as special commissioner to investigate af fairs at Caracas his an...

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. — 24 August 1905

The BiAMQNitt Hsvek BY DAVID CHAPTER III. (Continued.) "May I ask what was your father's fine of life?" asked George Johns, hold Ins out a hand to the inspector, as if to isk him not to interfere. "He was a physician." "Oh!" said GtKrge Johns, "this un lucky gentleman was not a physician. By his own showing, until he made his pile. he had as tough a time of it as any man I ever heard of. Carried his life in his hands for years. I know what that mef.ns as well as most men. You've got to allow for changes." "That may be so," said Jethroe; "I ran't dispute facts. Since you arrived io recently, there must be other people In the city who can identify him." "Everybody aboard will remember him. He was pretty lively from time to time. Then, his size made him notice able, too. You'll have no . difficulty in lettling as to who he is." "Well, gentlemen," said the inspector, "there's Dothing more to be done at pres rat. You'll let me know where I can find you. Mr. Johns, Northern Hotel? Thank y...

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. — 24 August 1905

SOLD HESS GRUBE TEbe Tribüne. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE, ?7szxcixrzic. OFFICE Bissell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Tele phone 27. Entered at the Postoffie at Plym outh, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Indiana, August 24, 1905. C. R. Dodge of Cass county, Mich., has just realized 41 pounds of oil per acre from his cut of 3 acres of pep permint. The oiil is now worth $2.60 per pound or $3,189. The state board of health is get ting after the spitters. It says in a card to be distributed on cars: "Spit ting on the floor is forbidden. It is a filthy nuisance and is contrary to law. Over 12,000 people die every year in Indiana from spit diseases, caught from spitters like yourself. Spitting must stop. Ladies do not spit; gentleman will not. For second offense you will be arrested Only 'our other states in the Union have railroad property of greater commercial value than the railroad property in Indiana: The commercial valu...

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. — 24 August 1905

it "win pay you to iraae wun R LAUER & SON HEADQUARTERS FOR no m Gass EALMG WAX, CAM BUBBEEB luck's Sash Leader in Entered at the Tostoffice-at Plyrc- outh. Tndiana .as scccnd-class matter. .Plymouth, Indiana, . 'August 24, 1905. & LOCAL NEWS & .The .annual Gibson rStaley reunion vas held Thursday. Earl Twoomey of Bourbon, spent Wednesday evening in Plymouth. .Jack Sitldell -went tto Logansport 'Thursday. C. T. Allen went to Culver .last Thursday. Washington Kelley returned: to -his home at Ober Thursday. South Bend has a grandmother who is less than 34 years old. Lewis Wade went to Niles, Michi gan, where he will.be employed in a printing shop. Mrs. X. B Aspinall and Mrs. Oscar Tribbey spent the afternoon at Lake Maxinkuckee Thursday. Mrs. Mueller went to Elkhart last Thursday for a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Julia Sayre. Miles Price went to South Bend wh?re he will visit relatives for sever .al cays. Miss Veroka Shaw returned from 'Culver last Thursday where ...

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. — 24 August 1905

-j'-'sfU;-, Ohio orchard men say the grass mulch method is all right on hilly lands. The farmer boy who Is ashamed of his profession has had bad training by a poor farmer of a father. Breeding swine should have a range sufficient not only for exercise, but to tempt them to rigorous exercise. Rhode Island grass lands produce a net profit of from $5 to $10 per acre without taking into account the pas turage. See how much honey you can get, rather than how fast you can in crease, being satisfied with an increase of 50 or at the most 100 per cent an nually. The coop should be closed tight to keep out rats or weasels. If these an imals exist in the neighborhood the chickens must be protected, but not by closing them in air tight. The ginseng fakirs, after a bad sea ion caused by a frigid blist from the agricultural department, are beginning to look up again and their advertise ments of seed and roots are cropping out in the farm papers. Ginseng is a food thing to let alone. Undcrdraining...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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